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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Enfield Grammar School

    [ 3966 - XI ] H.C., pp. 23-26 ( 1867- 8 ), xxviii (10); Marshall , Enfield G.S . 30, 34-35. Ford and Hodson , Hist. Enfield , 325; Marshall Enfield G.S . 36. Marshall , Enfield G.S . 37-49.

    Steyning Charities for the poor

    cost of collection was c . £1. 53 The income was still apparently being received in 1730 . 54 Charles Marshall by will proved 1845 left £200 stock in trust, the income to be used for distributing bread to the

    Teversham Economic history

    . Marshall , Marshall Story , 147-50, 156, 160-1; cf. below, churc h. See plate 60. Marshall , Marshall Story , 149 sqq., 170 sqq., 199-204, 234; M.J.F. Bowyer , Military Airfields of Cambs . ( 1987 ), 36-58. Marshall

    Blenheim The King's houses

    ibid. 73, Exeter , p. 203. Marshall , Woodstock Manor , 195; above, Woodstock , Intro. Marshall , Woodstock Manor , 228, 244; Hist. MSS. Com. 5, 6th Rep. Graham , p. 336. Marshall , Woodstock Manor , 446. e.g.

    Parishes Westcott Barton

    G. Marshall (d. 1908), to J. G. Marshall's son J. S. C. Marshall (d. 1916) and daughter Elizabeth Eleanor de Peyster Marshall who sold it in 1925 to Jenner Marshall's younger son, F. E. Marshall . F. E. Marshall died

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    I doe not deny, but there hathe bene some earneste reasoninge amongeste vs, but not a greate while. for maister Marshall hath shut vs a sonder for the same, as much as he can, so that we can neither come

    Book 2, page 114 (1583)

    after the Marshall had shewed the Emperours Edict, and required of all men the obedience of the same, freely & boldly of their owne accord confessed themselues to be Christians & declared to him their names. The Marshall somewhat amased

    Queene Mary. A treatise of M. Nich. Ridley agaynst worshipping of Images.

    the 9. chapiter, wrote out of the Emperours bookes, these wordes. Valens and Theodosius the Emperours, wrote to the high Marshall or Lieuetanant, in this sort. Where as wee are very carefull that the religion of almighty God should bein

    Book 6, page 1668 (1563)

    Mountagues house, beside S. Marie Oueries in Southwarke, the 12. day of May, An. 1557.THe xii. day of May, the Marshall came to the Marshalsee, and sent for me to speake with him. when I came before him, & had

    Actes of Monumentes of the churche

    thought verely to come no more to them. For I supposed I should haue gone before the counsell, because the Marshall saide he would tary for me him selfe: and especially because he sayd it was reported that I had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilenwyd am dani erioed wedi eiichyflawni yn agos i'r lle uched oddeutu y -Sabbath diweddaf. Yr oedd teulu o'r enw Marshall, cynwysedig a sgith o bersonau yn byw mewn pentref 'r enw Denharm, ac yn adnabyddus i'w holl gymydogion fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NODIADAU GAN DIOGENES. hF RH1I XXIV. Yn Nhb yr Arglwyddi ddydd Llun, Gorph. 25ain, wedi peth holi ac ateb ar bwnc y dydd, sef y rhAl ar y cyfandir, cynygiodd Iarll de Grey a .t lRipon, ail ddarlleniad y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fESTABLISHED E&LV. ET~ G E N U' I -j EBON. MN R PATENT iBLbOOD MANURES. GPhI0: S, . !ORRXS>,- t: 1FI~Z X "MyMaNgolds grown with the Blood Manure, ,w~rethe best &a heviest Ifhave ever grown, and almost the heaviest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyn hyny gan' Mr. HOyLa, awdwr y Ilytftenwog " OurIVational - Re~source~s, 'aid howv they aie wvasted," [Lan- doan': Si'pkin, Marshall &.Co.,] llyfr a ddylai t faodyn filaw pob dirwestwr, a'r hwn yn awrellir I gael yn gyfl~w, axp swlt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .bed ye sicr-] - ban tangnefedd, trefn, ae ufudd-dod yn Ilawer minwy nag unrhyw ffurf aril olywodraeth. 4 Gwnaeth y Marshall a'i Lywodraeth yn derfysg- wyr, os nad yn fradwyr i'w gwlad, ac ymdrechai .' ddangos mai cymedroldeb ydoedd cymeriad Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1688, 6 March 1689

    Life. " Delawarr. " Delamer. " Winchester. North & Grey. " LiNDSEY, Great Chamberlain. " Stamford. Bedford. " NoRFOLKE & Marshall. " Lucas. Craven. " Kingston. If. London. "Pembroke. Berkeley, S. " Manchester. Northampton. " morley & mounteagle." " 5 Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1691, 16 January 1692

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1691. Meflage from H. C. with a Bill. D. of Nor- A Meflage Was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Sir John Darrell and others: Who brought up a Bill, intituled, Subscribers-only content

    19 January 1691, 19 January 1692

    ^ Will. & Mar. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Mutiny Bill. Hodie ia vice leEia efl Bitta, intituled, " An Aft for Upon reading the Dutchefs of Narfclke's " Punifhment of Mutineers and Deferters, preventing delivered this Day Subscribers-only content

    23 November 1693, 23 November 1693

    " Edw.Wigorn. " S?. Eliens, * ¦ * * * * ***** •Ut rfc >vi >4i "^S* " Norfolke & Marshall. 1 Newport. Jo. Oxon. " J. Norwich. " Tho. Lincoln." * Expunged by Vote the 30th of November. Then Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1693, 23 January 1694

    David's. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Worcefler. Epus. Ely. Epus. Hereford. Epus. Norwich. Epus. Peterburgh. Epus. Gloucefler. Epus. Lincolne, Sii-R.Dutton in Ejior. Marshall verfus Paxton, «u Error. % Bill. Whereas To-morrow is appointed for hearing the Errors argued, upon the Writ of Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARSHALL, John I, of Cambridge.

    MARSHALL, John I, of Cambridge. Constituency Dates Cambridge Apr. 1384 Cambridge Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Mayor, Cambridge Sept. 1391-2. Ofifces Held J.p. Cambridge 24 May-c. Sept. 1392. Biography Described as ‘of Cambridge’ in 1369, Marshall was then pardoned his outlawry

    MARSHALL, John (1765-1845), of Headingley House, nr. Leeds, Yorks.; Hallsteads, Westmld. and 4 Grosvenor Square, Mdx.

    died in December 1787, he left the 22-year-old Marshall an estate worth �9,000, including �7,500 invested in the business, which produced an annual profit of �500. In the first week of 1788 Marshall visited Darlington where his attention was "accidentally

    MARSHALL, John (by 1515-54 or later), of Carlton, Notts. and Lambeth, Surr.

    MARSHALL, John (by 1515-54 or later), of Carlton, Notts. and Lambeth, Surr. Constituency Dates New Romney 1529 New Romney 1536 Ofifces Held Escheator, Notts. and Derbys. 1543-Jan. 1545, 1551-1. Biography The name Marshall, common enough at the time, was borne

    MARSHALL, Thomas, of Kingston-upon-Hull Yorks.

    MARSHALL, Thomas, of Kingston-upon-Hull Yorks. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Kingston-upon-Hull Mich. 1415-16; mayor 1420-1, 1423-4, 1429-30, 1432-3. Ofifces Held Collector of customs, Kingston-upon-Hull 12 Mar. 1422-8 Feb. 1423, 22 Nov. 1424-17 Oct. 1426, 24 Mar.

    MARSHALL, Henry (1688-1754), of St. Mary at Hill, London and Theddlethorpe, Lincs.

    MARSHALL, Henry (1688-1754), of St. Mary at Hill, London and Theddlethorpe, Lincs. Constituency Dates Amersham 1734 2 Feb 1754 Ofifces Held Master, Drapers’ Co. 1738-9; alderman, London 1737-d., sheriff 1740-1, ld. mayor 1744-5; pres. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital 1745-d. Biography


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