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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Grays Thurrock GRAYS TOWN CENTRE c. 1897

    tramway. 174 Meeson had acquired most of the farm c . 1837, but he had been working the limekilns as early as 1829. 175 As Meeson and Hinton , and later successively as Meeson and Errington and Richard Meeson &

    West Ham Local government and public services

    first chairman was Samuel R iles ( 1856-63 ), followed by John Meeson ( 1863-75 ), cement manufacturer, and George Rivett ( 1875-86 ), builder and undertaker. Meeson , who served on the board throughout its existence, was always prominent.

    Index

    119 Mecca Ltd. , 152 medicines , mfr. of, 153 Meeson : Jn., 38, 43, 45 fam., 38 Meeson & Errington , 38, 43 Meeson & Hinton , 43, 66 Meeson , Ric., & Co., 43 Melbourne ( Australia ),

    Index K-Z

    National Federation of, see National Federation of Meat Traders Medewe , Phil. de, Mediolanum ( Whitchurch ), Meeson (in Great Bolas ), Meeson heath, Meire , John, Melverley , man., and see Cymmerau Meole Brace , n, and see Bank,

    Index L - Z

    , C. & G., bell-founders, 227; Thos., bell-founder, 296 Meath , Bps. of, see Dodd Medcalf , -, lessee, 103 Meeson , Ric., 243 n Meggs , Wm. (d. 1598), 273; Wm. (fl. 1601), 273 Mellish , Wm., 97, 108

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ctucivred abullt 1-2 o'cluck on. Mom il diy iil itl. a l d 1ni heari II the i nlsrium, MIs. Meeson ran down stairs, fouind tbe prisoner in the passsage, and gave himi into custody, thoughl one of hier servaut-gidls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H., Ha-ward street Marshall, James, Oxford street M-'.eae , F., Northwickterrace MCallCapt. S., 8th liussars, Henslowu Macher, J., Frederick street Meeson, Roger, Middle Temple Merrick, Edwvard, Stanwell Morris, W. H., Camden 'Toa Morgan, Edward, 2aretlel4 Milqdy, gd~w5 r fows i'en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thames Martoribanks, Ed., Great street and Clapa Rise Stanmnore Barber, Abram, SCicapside Methley, John, Frith street Beck, John, Cambridge heath, Meeson, Roger, MgiddxeTeflple Hackney MesFrd Ric ,t, Harrow Bedsell, Samuel, Park place Morgan, Cadegan, Middle Berry, Geerge, Devonshire Tml mews Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ed. H. Inner Temple Prite, William, Stansyoll Monesty. H.6 Ring's,bsd4 Pritchard, W. Doctors' Cam- NlantelS, T. A.. Castle street mons Meeson, Roger, Middle Tem-RaksWmUpeBrksr ple 'Raikes, Wind. Upper Brook se. Meredith, Al. Torrington sq. HaksFrdUpeBoki, Melville, P. Albion tecet Redford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 W. H. Cox, Esq. - - I 1 0 Crosse and Blackwell - - 1 1 0 Croudaze and Meeson I- 1 0 Cu ningham and Forbes - 1 1 0 Dakeyne and Co. - - - 1 1 Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, M

    by, 133. -, Solomon de, loan by, 133. Medington. See Widdington. Mediterranean , prize taken in, 286; squadron in, 320. Meeson [? Messingham ] , co. Lincoln, lands in, 422. Meggott. See Maggott. Mein , Charles, examiner of Quarter Books,

    Appendix

    4 Co. Lincoln . lands in Gressingham Veneris in the Lordship of Kirton in Lindsey 7 4 11 lands in Meeson 5 11 9 lands in Saxby 2 4 5 lands in Snetherby 6 0 1 lands in Glentworth 13

    Treasury Warrants, June 1702, 16-30, 16 June 1702-30 June 1702

    of lands in Grassingham Veneris [Grayingham ] in the Lordship of Kirton in Lindsey 7 4 11 ditto out of Meeson [Messingham ] there 5 11 9 ditto out of Saxby 2 4 5 ditto out of Snetherby [Snitterby ]

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    Earl of Arran Samuel Medhurst , John, named Common Councilman of Hastings Medland , William, named Common Councilman of Launceston Meeson , Christopher, named Assistant of the Dyers' Company Meirscough . See Myerscough. Melay , Llanfairtalhairn, co. Denbigh Melfort (Melford), Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 21, February 1721, 21-28, 21 February 1721-28 February 1721

    Goring, Humfr'us Hodgetts, Will'us Salt, Will'us Clowes, Daniel Leadbeater, Will'us Jones, Margeria Smith, Ric'us Dix, Joh'es Kenderdine, Carolus Clowes, Will'us Meeson, Joh'es Sutton, Will'us Deakin, Issard Mossc, Joh'es Renshawe, Daniel Neville, Will'us Gervice, Abr'us Hodgkins, Anth'us Johnson , et Franc'us

 

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