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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Abbey of Waltham Holy Cross

    , Nazing, Netteswell and Loughton in Essex , Lambeth in Surrey , Brickendon , Wormley and Hitchin in Hertfordshire , Millow and Arlesey in Bedfordshire , and West Waltham in Ber kshire 5 and the king in 1062 granted a

    Religious Houses Houses of Augustinian canonesses

    1372 the prioress together with the Abbots of Waltham ( Essex ) and Warden (Beds.) held one knight's fee in Millow and Dunton . 3 The nunnery's holdings were eventually consolidated into a single manor known as Dunton Eyeworth .

    General index K-Z

    End Hosp. , see Religious Houses, Hospitals Mill Hill , in Hendon , Mill Hill Sch. , coat of arms, Millow , in Dunton , Beds., Mills , John, Governor of Mile End Hosp., Milne , J. V., Revd. John,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    , Cumb., p. 560. Millow (Milhoo alias Milnehoo), Beds, near Dunton, g. 613 (1), 831 (20). Mills or Milles , Edw., 749 (2). -, Thos., 610. Milmars , Ric., p. 547. Milnehoo or Milnehowe . See Millow. Milner , John,

    America and West Indies, August 1738, 16-31, 01 August 1738-31 August 1738

    l . For all these he could obtain no redress. He sailed from Leogan on 15 May. Daniel Bloom, John Millow mate, William Burns and William Dawson, mariners, Peter Vallete and John Bell, passengers in the Turtle Dove , made

    Index, M, 01 January 1738-31 December 1738

    in S.C., p. 283. Mills , Mathew, jnr., recommended to be, and appointed, Cllr. of St. Christopher's, 219, 352, 362. Millow , John, mate of Turtle Dove , 417i. Minerva , Capt. Nickleson, goods, passengers etc. for Ga. by, 406

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Helen's hefyd ar fedr codi capel newydi. Cydwynir hefyd i sylw y hi y ddwy eglwys ~ n Workington a Millow sydd wedi en ne.%d derbyn yn ddiweddar i undeb a'r ¢vfarfod Misol hwn. nid Y mae, gwedd obeitLiol iawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyda blas gan fileedd yn sin gwlad. ' .b-o' itetk. YMSON HIRAETH Am IMrs. Jones. priod y Parch. David Jones, Millow, Cumberland. Y mae hiraeth ye fy nghalon Eeddyw am dy gwmni Ilov, Ac mae'r syniad a dy golli. Wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr awgrymiadau, ac i ddwyn adroddiad areynt i G.M. dyfodol. Datganwyd cydym- deimld y C. M., a'r Parch.J W Jones, Millow, yr hwn sydd wedi bed rewn gwaeledd trwm am rai wythnosau. Hefyd a Mr. WynFe, Peel Road, ar farwolaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    firm of Messrs. Wilkinson ant Gillespie, Waslall), and Mr. G. Ootterell attended on bealf .of the Liberals, and Mr. T. Millow on behalf of the Conservativea. The results of the revision wera-Alduldge, 1 objeotlon, 2 olsims all sustained lBentley, 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 Il A Mr ilungerford's Itosy slrn, 3 yrs, 'st 411b. S. Loates 3 eta Iwi-ns (4rrier), iesntrice (G. ]3.rrett), Millow (White), Xin- c s eardih (colke). Aoliantbus (J. Woolburn), Aisas Waller I(Martin),vilitelock (Tomtlinson), Eilereene (i'. Loatc~i). Ordovix t i Subscribers-only content

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