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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index

    Hanborough, Marmion : Avice de, m. John de Grey, Ld. Grey, Millicent, w. of Rob., m. Ric. de Camville, Rob., Marnock , Rob., Marsh : Ric., Rob., Marshall : Nic., Rob., Thos., rector of Bladon , Wm. the, fam., Martin

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    ; Hildersham ; Ickleton ; Linton ; Whittlesford Markham : Sir Griffin , 39 Thos., 39 Markyate (Beds.), priory, 138 Marnock , G., 107 Mars : John, 8 Marg., m. Nic. Smith, 8 Wm., 8 Marsh : Edw., 106 Grace,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    by, 104, 491. Popish religion , in Ireland, 166,308, 380, 404. Pork , pickled, price of, in Ireland, 165. Port Marnock , village of, sometime in the possession of Jaques Wingfield, 35. , , tithes of, 35. Portneard , co. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    Anthony, commission to Thomas, of Ollerton, Nottinghamshire, and Anne, his wife, pass for Marlborough , note of letter sent to Marnock , kirk of, in the diocese of Moray, warrant for presentation to Mariot (Marriot), Mr., complained against, by the Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 202 Part 1, January 1598, 01 January 1598-31 January 1598

    174 pecks of the several grains. There is also to be deducted, for the tithes of the village of Port Marnock, sometime in the posse ssion of Jaques Wingfield, certain pecks, the number of which they know not at present. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    audience more particularly by the dry, stolidl hulmoer and wvonderful volubility of his utterance ire the famous patter song Iirr. Marnock is melo-drarmatically picturesque as tes Pirate King. Mi. Coventry's agreeable tenor voice finds excellent scope in the muic of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    91b, Bruckshaw 1 Mr. Gladstone's Miss Tennyson, 8st 9Sb...J. Osborne 2 Miss Randolph (R.. Perceval), La Tribune (G. Johnson), St. 'Marnock (Weldon), Saxicola (F. Black), and Naphtha (Pagan) also ran. - Betting: 6 to agst Syra, 2 to ast La Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end geldiegs, Set Sib; winners extra; St maideons allowed lit. Five furleiigs. li- Quarts - . . 8 12 St. Marnock . : S sil Catharine - . .B 12 Queen Gienceos. 11 Delvin.. SF by Forager -Miss Mah Shicar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    second and third. Miss Mlabel lilly (placed fourth by the judge) was only beaten by a head, Then came St. Marnock fifth, Staines sixth, Aloglensneat, and Sword Sling, beaten off, tast. The PoNsersnAcr HarensoAp of S soya each, with 150 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Drumlina Rosebloom Trio (31b ex) Patch Harbour Light Riola The Heir (31b ex) Glen Sterling The Pyx Queen Glencoe St. Marnock .aromets 230.-The Error I-rnnriXE'Z Snranre Hnsncsr PmLATE of 103 sovs; Winners extra. One mile. agestilb *age st lb Bonle Subscribers-only content

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