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You searched for: Place: Minsterley, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial XXV, The Bishop's Bible placed in the Hall, 1578

    of London, wherein Richard Mynsterley late dwelled, as well by virtue of a lease thereof made to the said Rychard Minsterley by Mr. Thomas Acworth, the late Master of this mystery, and his Wardens as otherwise. So that he the

    Cecil Papers, 1562-1597, 01 January 1562-31 December 1562

    include the demesne at Leigh, which provide an annuity for his brother Reynold, and tenements situated in Aston Pigot, Asterley, Minsterley, Worthen, Sibdon Carwood, and the manor of Medlicott, in Salop, and Great and Little Hem in Montgomeryshire. The annual

    Index, M

    4. mentioned, 216, 218. Mimms , North, co. Herts, 3. Minchendon Oak , Enfield, co. Middlesex, included in map, 2. Minsterley , Salop, 3. Mitchell , John, petition to Cecil, 175. Mitton , Richard [? of Harston, co. Leicester ]

    Index, M, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    under London. Minster (St. Sexburgh's monastery) , in Sheppey, II. g. 1311 (16). Minster , in Thanet, II. 846 ii. Minsterley (Mynstreley) , Wm., priest of Calais, II. 231, 267, 328, 337, 424 (the other), 467 (the other), 625, 661

    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Minehead (Mynyhed), Soms., I. 547. Minety (Myntye), Glouc., I. g. 981 (56, 98). Minorca , in the Mediterranean, I. 545. Minsterley , John, I. p. 555. Minster Lovell , Oxon, I. g. 981 (7). Minsterworth , Glouc., I. g. 226

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fir- 1I Days. SIN SATURDAY NEXT, .ITTSE 22. At 45; pot--Ti 1IAVEil'OiOL.. Minichester, Stoekponl (Thoster, ~ zmzltucon Llacidloes, 1{uddersflcld, PCi-ic. Minsterley , I ea-fool. WsroctNcantwiel,, Whiiehureh, XWetohpooi. f I~cini~slr.Icirceiiea, swatyNcwtown.Lutdlow, Denbic~h. Shriaslrvie.StntmorCraset Arms imad IMandrinilei-l ON MONDAYJN 24. At -.0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1.5; and Wolver. hampton, 1.40 pm., for LIVEEPOOL. II&NOCESTSR, 8toekport, Warrington Birkenhead. Deabigh, Chester, . Crewe. Nautwich, Oswestry, dihrewsbuy, Wellington, Minsterley, Welohbool, New. town, Montgomery, Llanidloes, Machynileth, Aberyatwith, Hereford, Leominater, Ludlow, end Craven Arms, Rammrning on Monday, September 80th I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Walsall, Weiluesbury. Great Britie, and 'Volirhrrampton, for LIIMEPOI)L, Manchester. Stqckpart, M its-ingeon flcrkeuibe'ct, Dlenbigh, Chester. Croe'o. Xattittch. SI rowesbhisy, V4elllgnton, Minsterley, Valsh- pool, Nowtown. MoettoniuerY, Lliuldloes, Ia,,hystileth, Abwhryvtith. Hrefird, Ledminstar. 'Ldtiw, and Craven ArIus. Returning onl Tuesdaly, April 15, . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Bridge 11.47. and Wolverharupton 1.0 p.m., for Liverpool, Manchester, Stocpor, Hddeaded, armngtn, iteenhad, Denbsigh. Chmester, Orese, antich Oaesty. ~liowauryWellington, Minsterley, Welapoo, Nn-twnMongomryLlsldlesHereford, Leo. minter Lulow ad Cave A~us; RturingonMonday next, G IDAChief Tra-afio Manager. IDLAND RAILWAY.-CO OK'S EXCURSIONS M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : isee reeption, seven be nod1 FL. Cidrssngroms bth rom. P1.-ogrsand Ming. e3448 1 Post,. cIH ~Hlr~lSH~kE.To ettheSpotirg oor the Minsterley Esate, cm W) ivils or' witrout MioeyHl.Thre unranor, 3,703 acres in rmc extent, comprises 950 aceIfnvols dsmr 1,163 acres Subscribers-only content

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