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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 2 November 1652, 02 November 1652-02 November 1652

    Smyth , of Egton , be inserted into this Bill. Resolved , That the Name of James Singleton , of Marrington , Gentleman, deceased, be inserted into this Bill. Resolved , That the Name of Wm. Stevenson , of Thornton

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    Marlborough , poor in Marque and reprisal , letters of goods taken by, sub-eommissioners for, certificate by Marrest , adjutant-general Marrington , co. Salop Marryott , Capt. Thos. letters of warrant to Marseilles ships to or from Marsh , Jno. Subscribers-only content

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    Denbighshire, and Dulasau, Carnarvonshire, was an eminent Royalist. Born in 1602 or 1609, the eldest son of Primus Lloyd of Marrington, Salop, he matriculated from Exeter College, Oxford, 13 December 1622, aged 20, and became B.A. 31 January 1626, and

    Volume 66, February 1654, 01 February 1654-28 February 1654

    counties, and to execute all powers given the Commissioners in the Act for Assessment; viz., Co. Salop. Ed. Owen, of Marrington, John Williams, of Winnington, Mr. Brame, of Whixall, Mr. Adams, of Broseley, Samuel Moore, Roger Rowley. Co. Middlesex. Justinian Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LLOYD, Richard (by 1531-70), of Marrington, Salop.

    (by 1531-70), of Marrington, Salop. Constituency Dates Montgomery Boroughs Apr. 1554 Montgomery Boroughs Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Mont. 1558/59-d.; commr. subsidy 1559. Biography Richard Lloyd was a great-nephew of Humphrey Lloyd. Little has come to light about him save

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of theta. After Air. AIrson had deponed to the same facts WIich a'ppeared at the hearing of the ctse against Marrington and after tire identity of the stolen property had been established' Mir. Robertj-iughas, gun-maker, Moland Street, was examined and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birciser Common. The NOR=~e Suscopriaema Hoores (Ron. Rt. C. Hill's), at a quarvter to Eleven- This day, March 81, at Marrington. Green. The UNITED (SALoP) PkAc, aet Tens.-This day, March 31, at Blakerldge ; Saturday, April 2, at Horderley Gate. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birkenlicad, Liverpool, BIhyl, Llandudno, 1 Woelshpool, Bliinsterlcy, Reading, Portsmouth, Southainp- ,d ton, Hereford, Leominster, Ludlow, Market Drayton, Z Nautwiich, Crewc, Marrington, Stockport, and Manches- r ter. Day trips will be run to most of these places on Monday-at a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the interest of the Anti - Parnellites imme- diately after Mr. Parnell took un possession of United Irdu 7s. Mr. Marrington complains of two articles which appeared in the Itss pprcssile in January last, in which he alleges that he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    March 29, Manstey o Toll Bar. 8 UNTErsD (at 11). - This day, March 27, Borderly Gate; 7 Saturday, 30, Marrington Eall. 7 V.iV.h3, CeCaoesrsa (at 14-21riday, March 29, Crud. wvell. WIAnrwcrssvinz (at 11.45).-Thursday, March 28, Binton S- Bridges; Friday. Subscribers-only content

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