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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Theydon Bois Charities

    most of whom were in fact receiving parish relief. The Poor's Land comprised two small pieces of pasture in Theydon Mead . The rent of 30 s . a year was said in 1835 to have been paid until 1833

    Little Stanmore Charities for the poor

    £5 a year was left to the poor. Richard's grandson and namesake accordingly settled a rent-charge of £5 on Litten's Mead in Hendon in trust in 1652 . The money was to be distributed by the churchwardens on All Saints'

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of King's Mead

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of King's Mead HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 1. THE PRIORY OF KING 'S MEAD In a general charter of confirmation to the abbot and canons of Darley , soon after their foundation, Bishop Walter

    Parishes Upper Winchendon

    next century as the New Close , Water Mead , Bulls Water Mead , Stony Down , 12 le Combe , le Nashe, le Pitts Mead , le Nether ground with Clott Mead , le Moor Close , and Googesground.

    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Wilton

    bequeathed 2 s . to the poor of the hospital. 8 In 1443 the warden, brethren, and sisters let Maudlins Mead , in Wilton , for 10 years at 15 s . a year, and in 1525 they let a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    celved the commendation of Well einnent FThY- sleisw and Surgeons; andbave pead their value in Thousands io aeIn diseases ih Mead, Chest,,Bowels, LiverffandKidys; ,ad In1 fsIfin Compisitlaare one of the best Medcdnu knOwS Prered and sold wholesale and -tGA in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Medi 28iain. 11 3EZ. TREIMLADAU 10IRAETH Yn mastell, Llanddeiniolen, y Sabbaith, cyntaf ar; ol claddediga'eth y rinweddol Mfrs. Sarah' IRberts, Mead 5ead, 187.,, Bro Pentir 'yl mae'zn wylo-el brynian : : :'i bronydd mewn aindo. iCwmwl du o'i denia'n do, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sight, Shortness of entet, Headache, De. pression, Pa~pitation of the Heart. Drowiness, Indigestion, d S nging Noi es in the Mead snd Ears, T embling, Loss of a, Memory, Want *;f Appetite, Neuralgia, Paine and Aches, d Wasting Dis:nsns, Losg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn uwylaw y cyhoedd cy pe S -diwedd y mis hwn. ig ir Cyboeddir yn fuan yn New' York (Dodd, Mead & er ag Co.) gyfrol gan Dr. Baird, 0 dan y teitl, 'History of M the Huguenot Emigration to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 4 , a Su 6 pfa., ? - . , .. il Tref. AMSER B YMDAIT1HASFAOEDI Llan A VHYFARFODYDD MISOL ysba - ar ei Y Gymeanta GyDgredinol an 1888. lwyd Merthyr Tydvil, Mehefin 4j 6, a'r 6eI. ,ddim Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    thereabouts, called Foxes, and also Tottersalles, per Ann. 26 13 4 } Pound Mead , Hogg Mead , and Unber Mead , in Heaston, Hownslow, and Istellworth, per Ann. 13 6 8 } Two

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MEAD, John (c.1662-1727), of the ‘Black Lion’, Temple Bar, London

    MEAD, John (c.1662-1727), of the ‘Black Lion’, Temple Bar, London Constituency Dates Sudbury 1710 1713 Ofifces Held Livery, Goldsmiths’ Co. 1704. Biography Mead’s father was a goldsmith and banker, one of whose clients was the Jacobite Lord Ailesbury (Thomas,

    DARRELL, Edmund (by 1492-1536/40).

    following July, for it was to Cromwell that Margaret Darrell addressed an undated letter petitioning for the farm of Lord’s Mead in Chilton Foliat, and for the conies within the lordship, as they had been enjoyed by her late husband.

    MEAD, Nathaniel (d.1760), of Goosehays, nr. Romford, Essex.

    MEAD, Nathaniel (d.1760), of Goosehays, nr. Romford, Essex. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 1715 141722 Ofifces Held Serjeant-at-law 1715; under-steward of Havering-atte-Bower by 1715. Biography Sir Nathaniel Mead, who was one of 13 serjeants appointed on the same day in January 1715,

    WALLER, Edmund (1652-1700), of Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, Bucks.

    is fallen into another, being lately turned Quaker. He is got into their dress and sees no other company. Penn, Mead and Whitehead are his inseparable companions.’ Early in 1698 Waller began to attend Quaker meetings, although one Friend noted

    WILLIAM (formerly SPAYNELL), alias William MARKES, Mark (d.c.1434), of Bristol.

    Then, in March following, the Cogge John of Bristol arrived from Bordeaux with 31 pipes of woad and four of mead worth £159 for him and his associates. In addition to La Trinite, Mark William was also owner of La

 

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