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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Snelshall

    1393 Simon London , 28 resigned 1431 William Whaddon , 29 elected 1431 Hugh Fuller , 30 occurs 1461 John Medburn , 31 occurs 1478 John Wells , 32 occurs 1488, resigned 1492 Thomas Broke , 33 elected 1492, resigned

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Bradley

    Stokes, 25 resigned 1393. 28 William Wenge, elected 1393, 29 died 1415. 30 John Coventry , elected 1415. 31 Henry Medburn , resigned 1481. 32 Thomas Leicester , died 1493. 33 Thomas Horninghold , elected 1493, 34 resigned 1503. 35

    Blaston

    Thompson , The English Clergy , 124. 'Existit capella libera, nullam parochiam habens, excepta pensione quinque solidorum dicte ecclesie de Medburn ': Nichols, Leics . ii. 451. Nichols, Leics . ii. 451; Rot. Hugonis de Welles , ii. 293. 'Omnes

    Parishes Wooburn

    by William Fisher , John of Elmeden, Thomas of Stanbrook and the other half by the heirs of Ralph of Medburn , 199 but no later trace of these holdings has been found. The 16th-century so-called GOODWIN'S MANOR in Wooburn

    Townships Warrington

    6, m. 5 d .; Dep. Keeper's Rep . xxxii, App. 337. Four years later Elizabeth daughter of Robert de Medburn complained that William de Hallum, and Margaret his wife, William de Ripon , and Richard de Woolston had disseised

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (East Ward), Long Marton

    Incumbents whose name s have been met with during the present research. 1295 1300 William de Cumbe 1300 John de Medburn 1334 1358 John de Morland 1371 John Boukyn 1378 William de Loundres 1379 John 1535 John Gregson d.1562 William

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 11 March 1699, 11 March 1699-11 March 1699

    6 7 6 Alexander Hardine 2 4 Isaac Gabriel 1 10 For 3 Servants, 4 d . each 1 Captain Medburn Smith 4 5 George Herone 2 4 . . . Haughton 1 10 For 3 Servants, 4 d .

    Appendix

    Col. John Gibson's Regiment: Lieut. Col. Thomas Dove as Lieut. Col. and Captain 8 s . 2 d . Captains Medburn Smith, Clifford Brexton, Griffin May, Robert Daliel, John Foulk, Edward Rigby, Jos. Hargrave and Geo. Watkins each 4 s

    Warrants etc, March 1698, 15-31, 16 March 1698-31 March 1698

    Lieut. Col. Thomas Dore; 7 s . 6 d . to Major Thomas Handiside; 5 s . each to Captains Medburn Smith, Clifford Brexton, Griffin May, Robert Dalyell, John Foulk, Edward Rigby, Joseph Hargrave, Hugh Boyd, Geo. Watkins, John Fra.

    Index of persons and Places, S

    301. -, -, Receiver General for Norwich, and part of Norfolk, 211, 220. -, Mark, lieutenant, half-pay for, 155. -, Medburn, captain, half-pay for, 449. -, Nathaniel, Comptroller of Poole port, 177. -, Richard, payment to, 139. -, -, commander

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Mawes, St., 348. Mawgan, 320. Maxton, 274. Maxwellheugh, 377. Maybole, 320. Mayfield, 362. Mearns, 255. Measham, 387. Meather- ingham, 295. Medburn, 392. Medstead, 388. Megavissey, 348, 349. Melbourn, 220. 490. Melbourne, 350. 437. Meldrum, Old, 392. Melin, Griffith, 376. Melksham, Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1833, 15 May 1833

    392 15° Man. A. 1833, they had examined the allegations of the Bill, and found the same to be true; and had gone through the Bill, and made several Amendments thereunto; and the Amend¬ ments were read, and agreed Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    3&4-W.IV.] INDEX to the Eighty-eighth Volume. Slavery—continued. 402 ; Little Dawley, 389 ; Landevoduck, 349 ; Longmoor, 288 ; Lightwood, 255 i Leeds, 178, 439 • Langholm, 188; Lymington, 320; Longford, 296 ; Laverton, &c, 320 ; Ly- iTiinge, Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    Mayoe, 18,208. Mearns, 10,900. 13,270. Measbam, 3,844. 7,032. Mechanics' Institution, 8,002. Medburn, 5,034. Mega- tuey, 2,948. Meigle, 9,745. 10,087. Mel- beoks in Swaledale, 10,416. Melbourn, 1,986.2,000. Melbourne, 2,896. 4,123. 6,70*. 7,408. Melcombe Horsey, 12,029. Mel- combe Regis, 2,688. Meldrcth, 12,347. Subscribers-only content

    General index to the reports on public petitions. 1833-1852., 1854

    tants, 352. Mavis Enderby, Wesleyans, 461. Mawes, St., 652. Maxwellhaugh, 753. Maybole, 676. Mayfield, 714. Meaks,637. Mearns, 352. Measham, 7C0. Medburn, 805. Medstead, 767. Meatheringham, 507. Melbourn, General Baptist Sabbath School Teachers, 1,110, Melbourn, Wesleyans, 945. Mcldrum, Old, 802. Melford, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hackett, who wits highly commended last year for "Jack," gets commended only this time. For the bitches, Mr. Richmond, of Medburn, takes the prize with "Bessie." The other classes are equally well represented. In the Irish champion class we notice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday by Police-constable Allen, of the borough force, r on acharge of placing on the Midland Railway at Ketton, near Medburn, in Ilutlandshire, an iron wheelbarrow, with intent to upset a passing train. A pollioe-ofllcsr from that county arrived in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a stimulating march. Half a dozen three- part " Shakspearian Songs," by George Stokes, deserve attention; whilst the " Medburn Trice" of F. W. i Farrington may meet with favour. Like all the fore- going, H. A. Donald's "'Three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they found a gallAnt fox which immediately broke cover, and led at tip top pace for thirty-five tminutes, through Badbury, Medburn, and Liddington, up he bill to Wanboro', where being headed he turned into the beautiful vale of Lower Wanboro', Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. WILLIAM BOURNE on Tour . ith his most ouscessful Drama "MAN TO MAN," 3S0th Night. THEATRE ROYAL, CROYDON. Supported by the following Ladies ard Gentlemen:- .Mr FRANM ADAIR Miss ROSA VALERIE air CLIFFORD BOWN Miss CLARETTE VALERI] Hr Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Ricardus Fawcett, 20/8/1730

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 19835 Linked to person: Fawcett, Ricardus 1730-1730 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fawcett Forename Ricardus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 20/8/1730 Office/Status Curate Clerical

    John Farmer, 1/9/1762

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22893 Linked to person: Farmer, John 1761-1762 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Farmer Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 1/9/1762 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

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