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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churches and religious bodies Medieval parish churches

    a year. 429 Although in the late Middle Ages incumbents included two who were wealthy and apparently resident, Jordan of Marthall ( 1320 - c . 1346) and Robert of Bredon ( 1350-77 ), St. Peter's seems generally to have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hodgsoi\i;Birmingham, merchant, from May 25 toJune II. 'NW1 3ABNKiRUPTS. J. Preston, Barton-uplsn H-uomber, brick-maker. [Hicks, Gray's inn square. R. Young, Marthall st. Goldei'sq. tailor. [Tianer, New Basinghall st. P. T. T. Stiubihorton, Winchester, builder. [Bicknell, Lincoln's inn. B. Taylor, Honley, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    copinhs A spendices, Cclronolvgical. Geographirol, Seirurihic, dand Xitpmctogieal. 324 pp. l2mo. booed, 3e 6d. Hamilton and Cs., and Simphin and Marthall.' I NEW ZEALAND AND THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. Poop. Svo. wvith a Mop, ke. Os. clata, DOLYNESIA ; or. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By WILLIAM SWvEFTSTER, M.. late Professor of the Theory and Practice of Physic, Neiwork.d Maclaclsan, Stewart, and Co. Edinburgh; Simphin, Marthall, and Co. London. WTALKS ABOUT the CITY and ENVIRONS VW of JERUSALEM. By W. H. BARTLETT. Illustratedby Nl"i Engravings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William P. Nimmo and Co. Nineteen Handbooks. Baazair Office. }70, Strand. Oliver and Boyd's Pronouncing Gazetteer of the World. Simpkin, Marthall, ad CO. Oxley, T. Louis.-Miecislas, from the Original. Kerby and Endean. Pitt Press Series. Agesilans of Xenophon.-Edited by H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonel Grautfor whom he'hadoffird'aire'd ffaooer' of the rank of colonel, of whom he had-several as prisoner.- In lia reply' thle Marthall' premised it should'hbb done, and, xpatiated on thc pleasure it 'would' give him to ,have an. *pporeunsoy oticoing anything Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    , Chelsham, John, 20; a . 21 Cheshire , xv; see also Belgrave; Bostock; Burton; Caldecott; Chester; Frodsham; Gorstella; Knutsford; Marthall; Shocklach Chest for Company's treasure , etc., 96; see also Treasure Chester , co. Ches., 41 Chester: John, 59;

    The Common Paper, Subscriptions to the oath, 1417-1613

    Yorks., yeoman, app. to William Broke [ 1569 ] , 11 Apr. 1595 Thomas Langworth, s. of William Langworth of Marthall, co. Ches., yeoman, app. to Hugh Base [ 1583 ] , 11 Apr. 1595 George Hill, s. of William

    Henry VIII, December 1546, 26-31, 01 December 1546-31 December 1546

    Gosnarth, Rotherston, Tatton, Harstall, Wosterne, Meire, Millyngton, Acton, Bollyngton, Northshawe, Moss ez, Busshes, Mosse Houses, Northwood, Swynyshed, Norbury, Bothes, Knottisford. Marthall, Ollerton, Tofte, Bexton, Sudlow and Pever, Chesh.; in Batheston, Mydsomer Norton, Hertok and Palton, Soms.; in Tolpudell and Southover,

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