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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, December 1603, 16-31, 16 December 1603-31 December 1603

    had not above seven days wherein we could work. I therefore entreated Mr. Bulmer in presence of the lord of Markeston the 3 of December either to continue alone at Leadhill house or to accompany me to mine own house

    Cecil Papers, December 1603, 1-15, 02 December 1603-12 December 1603

    repaired two places where he formerly got gold by washing, in both which places Sir Alexander Neper, l[aird ] of Markeston, and myself have seen about twenty trays washed, in one only whereof there was no gold, the rest containing

    Index, M

    173. Catholics landing at, 105, 107. Mariforth [? Yorks ] , 381. Marino , Augustino, 79. Mario , Monsieur, 125. Markeston , laird of, see Neper. Markham (Markhame, Marcham), Sir Griffin, 98, 130, 272. -, letters from, 205, 311, 312,

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    261. Neath , river, see Nith. Neile , Richard, D.D., 224. -, letter from, 199. Neper , Alexander, laird of Markeston, prospecting for gold, 317, 318, 332 335, 338. -, letter from, 340. Netherlands see Low Countries. Neufvile , ,

    Border Papers volume 1, August 1593, 01 August 1593-31 August 1593

    of Cawdwell, the Larde Blowhen, the Larde of Roslen, the Larde Combulton, the Larde Hermaston, the Larde Colston, the Larde Markeston and the Laird Readhaule." They found the Earl not guilty of the charges, and M r deputy justice Hart Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the best being "H ioler R.I."," the property or Mr. W. Jackson (Knottinglay), and this brown daugd ter of "' Markeston Royal 'Harold" is closely followed by " fLily o the Valley," exhibited by Mr. R. A. Yerbargbt M. (Blackburn). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the female line from the noble House of Shrewsbury, married Miss Constance Mendy, a daugtlier of Mr. Mundy, of Markeston, by whom he has left a son and also- three daughters.-Post. PORTRtsr PArITINo JSuDER DiFxICULTIES.-I am told that Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Snints' Church, e Derbv, by the Rev. E. H. Garrard, B.A., Win. Pearson, of Wirksworth, to Miss Betsy Roome, of Markeston. Derby. WAKEBPILD-RooMI-At the same time end place, by the - Rev. E. H. Garrard, Alfred Wakefield, to Miss Harriett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Frith. 6CA.LET FEVM AT MAURRsATox.-Mr. Allen, the Medical Officer of Health, in his report, stated that he had visited Markeston for the purpose of investigating an outbreak of scarlet fever there. He found that three cases had occurred in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Litchurch - - - - -14,000 Little Cheater - - - - 600 New Normanton - - - - 2,150 Markeston (exclusive of the Workhouse) - 25 Total - - 70.675 Males. Females. Total. BIRTHS - * - - at Subscribers-only content

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