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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Upper Beeding Manors and other estates

    Horton otherwise Maybank held land at Horton in 1225 which his ancestors had been given in marriage. 82 The same or another William Maybank occurs locally between c . 1230 and c . 1260, 83 and another William Maybank was

    Woodford Religious history

    the corner of Maybank and Latchett Roads in 1933 . They replaced this with a brick building, called Maybank Hall , in 1952 , and in 1962 added a new, adjoining, building, called Latchett Evangelical church. Maybank Hall is now

    Index A-J

    tithes, tithing, Upper Horton fm., Horton Horsey , see Horton : man. Horton Maybank , see Horton : man. Horton or Maybank , Wm. of, see Maybank hospitals , and see homes, nursing Houlditch , Edw., housebote , houses ,

    Parishes Great Tew Great Tew (c.late 18th century) Great Tew , 1774

    The medieval church contained several chapels, including a chantry founded in 1325 by Edward Maybank and endowed with property in Fleet Street , London ; Maybank had bee n granted by Godstow abbey a life lease of the 2 yardlands

    Index K-Z

    Sir John , Mary, w. of Sir John , see Morley Thos., see Broadnax Wm., May & Thwaites , shipbuilders, Maybank , fam., Medland , Thos., vicar of Steyning , Melbourne ( Australia ) , Mellersh , John, Melville ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    piill tbe sact excl:ciiii ait alt, didl aliinci ieto-teertt t *iti iia ~ did 2-l2 fol stirrive. acug riite time Maybank was t Wt omal brotuiht h-ito die d kniie. lte tltni ri-titrnon t o te i t it l, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LICENSED VICTUALLERS' NATIONA as DEFENCB LEAGUE. a, ThIe ninth annual conference of the Licenserd Nictujhlcst Al- Defence League was commenced yeste lday, at Cbester te the president, Dfr. Joseph Wadhams (llirnlingham), oecu. *s pying the chair. There were over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and insOrance agent. THOimPSON DANIEL SWAY. Queens Head Inm North Howard Street, Great Yarmouth, licensed victualler. JOSgEPH SAMUE, BAYES, Maybank Cottage, Beresford Road Lowvestoft, smack-owner. IIEOI3EHT LEONARD, Moat Farm, Castle Camp, Cam- bridgeshire. JACOB FrCrroER WINrTs, Hey Lane, Horwicb, Lanca- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thr reception roomus; staling, greenihusoos. loes gasiden -2en Jawn, paddock. e, __ 16£. - Feowler and PPnllrirosnt Temple CLTTON. l- Maybank, good House. d 30clihen lrg garden, Is) doubleo greoniboooo. Root L32.-Appis, 17, Church Ir, Aston. c663; O Let, from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iS of marriage was heard. The pursuer was a servant, A named Janet Kerr, residing with her parents at a- Maybank, Dalkeitb, and the defenders were George Scott (a minor), employed asa shepherd at York- so stone, Gorebridge, and his Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 May 1824, 7 May 1824

    Thorn- " ford, in the County of Dorset, and for the Advowsons " of the said Rectory of Cliflon Maybank and Vicarage " of Bradford Abbas." Upon reading the Petition of William JelUcorse Esquire, setting forth, " That the Petitioner Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1824, 14 June 1824

    James Graham and others ; To return the Bill, intituled, " An Act for uniting the " Rectory of Clifton Maybank otherwise Clifton, in the " County of Dorset, with the Vicarage of Bradford " Abbas otherwise Bradford, in the Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1824, 31 May 1824

    the third time: 32. ¦ An ingrossed Bill from the Lords, intituled, An Act for uniting the Rectory of Clifton Maybank otherwise Clifton, in the County of Dorset, with the Vicarage of Bradford Abbas otherwise Bradford, in the same County, Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1824, 11 June 1824

    renewing, and becoming due in the said parishes of " Clifton Maybank, and Bradford Abbas respectively, as " before the passing of this Act, such Rector of Clifton " Maybank and Vicar of Bradford Abbas respectively " were entitled to Subscribers-only content

    Palace Court, Westminster. An account of the number of writs of execution issued out of His Majesty's Palace Court at Westminster, from 1 January 1834 to 1 January 1835., 1835

    1834, 1835. /y PLAINTIFF. Maybank - Lumley Tayler Lidiard Mines Thornton - Glorer Lazarus Merrick Mcrrick Cottrell Christie Hogg Luraley Spencer Clements - Christie Mansan Sherry Lumley Dudden Gander Thornton - Fenwick Dean - Whitbread - Valpy Lumley Fer.wick Hose Subscribers-only content

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