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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious history Non christian faiths

    Above, Loc. Govt, pub. svces (burial). A. Newman , United Synagogue 1870-1970 ( 1976 ), 226-7. Inf. from Mr B. Glassner. Ibid. ONS Worship Reg . no. 46804. Places of Worship , 11. Newman , United Syn . 216, 222-3.

    Parishes Littlemore

    Jannaway , a wheelwright. Lawn Upton was built by Charles Crawley , Newman 's friend, between 1846 and 1850 on part of the 10 acres purchased by Newman and Bloxam. 13 The character of the village changed considerably in the

    Mount Bures Manor

    by his son Osgood Hanbury , and then by Osgood's son, Osgood, who sold it in 1790 to Abraham Newman . Newman 's father Thomas had been the tenant of the demesne farm since 1733. Abraham (d. 1798) was succeeded

    List of maps Charities for the poor

    the interest of £5 were payable to the poor at the perambulation of the parish. 83 Only one of them, Newman 's charity, was recorded in the mid 18th century when in addition annual gifts endowed by George Anderson ,

    West Ham Charities

    must have been very near the later alms-houses of Newman and Harris , but there is no evidence that it was connected with either of those foundations. In 1636 John Newman conveyed two copyhold cottages to the churchwardens of West

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddarlith yu yr Egiwys Gynulleid- faol, yn Llandudno, yr wytlinos o'r blaen, gans y ,Parch. Arthur Hall, brawd yr hybarchi Newman -,Hall. Y testynau aeddynt " Yr Aifft a Sinai." Cynhaliodd y Wesleyaid, Bangor, gyfarfod canadol y dosbarth yn nghapel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'i chwaer (Hymns from the Land of Luther), Mrs. ,.Crewdson,- Miss Elliott, W. W, How, Kaheble, Dr. Macduff, Monsell, Midlaw Newman, Dr. Reed, Stowell, F. Whiifield a M&iss 'Waring. Cawsom fad yr emysau, 'fel en cir j~n in Ilyfr B$ymnaii Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cwrs y Byd ... 2,3 Y Parchedig Newman H'al Inadain, yu Ngwrecsan ... ... ... 3 Cyfarfod y Mimau, Pont Menui 3, 4 Gohebiaethau 3, 5 Ymveliad a Synod y Preibyteriaid (ParkaJ 5 Oewyddion Oymrei . 7 Mesr y Dadgysylitiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y mae y gorchudd eto yn aros. . Y PARCH. NEWMAN HALL A'I LYFR.-Dywed y r Pareb;Dr. Cuyler, yn hanes ei daith i Rufain yn ddi. a weddar, fed Newman Hall wedi adrodd iddo ar y daith hanes el Iyfr Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Benefactors.

    Hunt , Skinner, 025 00 00 Mr. Peter Blundel , Clothworker, 350 00 00 Mr. Gaius Newman , Goldsmith, 006 13 04 Mr. John Newman , Grocer, 006 00 00 Mr. Richard Jacob , Vintner, by the Year, 002 00

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Mr. Kendrick's Will.

    of fifty Pounds; to be paid within three Moneths next after my decease. Item, I give and bequeath to Thomas Newman of Newbury Clothier, the Sum of one hundred Pounds, to be paid him within three Moneths after my decease.

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Lambert Nicholas Stiles † Sir John Peachye Richard Hayle Thomas Wheatley † Mary Robinson †Lady Margaret Slaney Henry Anderson John Newman Sir John Lyon Edward Elmer Thomas Farmer Lettice Deane Richard Lambert † Humphrey Walwyn † Lady Anne Middleton Edward

    Book 5, Chapter 8 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Common Council.]

    Christopher White . COLEMANSTREET. Simon Andrews , Dep. Philip Constable. Daniel Garret . James Nutcher . Thomas Gibson . John Newman . CORDWEYNOR. Henry King. Samuel Trench . Samuel Hatton . John Brown. John Caseberd. Henry Clarke . Samuel Hayward

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Honourable Acts of Citizens.

    as are capable of the same. Gains Newman , Goldsmith, gave to Christ's Hospital , 5l. To St. Bartholomew's Hospital , 6l. 13s. 4d. And to the Hospital of Bridewell , 3l. John Newman , Grocer, gave to Christ's Hospital

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Quene Mary. Examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman, Martyr.

    Mary. Examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman, Martyr.An. 1556.neither of mans lawes, neither at such time as men require it, but at such tyme as God geueth it.¶ The examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr, before D. Thornton and

    Queene Mary. Exa. of Thomas More, Iohn Iackson, and Iohn Newman.

    more as yet came vnto our handes.¶ The examination of Iohn Newman Martyr, which is to be referred to his story before, pag. 1683.Referre this to the pag. 1683.IOhn Newman was first apprehended in Kente, dwelling in the towne of

    Q. Mary. Examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr.

    and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr.Anno. 1556.Doctor. How say ye to this? This is my body whiche is giuen for you.Newman. It is a figuratiue speech, one thyng spoken, and an other ment, as Christ saith: I am a vine,

    Book 6, page 1336 (1563)

    your husband here and in heauenRobert Smith.The burning of Patrike Packingham.THere was examined, & condemned with Ihon Denly, and Ihon Newman, thys Patrik Pachingam as appeareth. pag. 1244. who being of the same faythe, and profession with them, made also

    Book 6, page 1314 (1563)

    of this dothe manifestly declare. For the xxviii. daye of Iune then next following, he caused the sayde Denly and Newman with one Patrike Pathingham, to be brought into his chamber within his house or palace: & there examining them

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWMAN, George (c.1562-1627), of Canterbury, Kent.

    of 1617, Newman was passed over, although he did obtain, as consolation, the position of judge of the court of audience.In March 1602 Henry Brooke alias Cobham II*, 11th Lord Cobham, warden of the Cinque Ports, appointed Newman judge of

    NEWMAN, William (by 1517-83/89), of Poole, Dorset.

    NEWMAN, William (by 1517-83/89), of Poole, Dorset. Constituency Dates Poole Mar. 1553 Poole 1571 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Poole 1547-8, mayor 1554-5, 1568-9, 1575-6; commr. piracy 1583. Biography William Newman came from a merchant family of moderate estate settled in Salisbury.

    NEWMAN, Robert William (1776-1848), of Sandridge, nr. Dartmouth, Devon.

    Newman, the Hunt in question being a future brother-in-law. His name then disappears from the London directories, but in 1811 Newman, Hunt and Lyon were listed as wine merchants at 12 Broad Street. By 1813 the firm was styled

    NEWMAN, Robert, of Charlton by Malmesbury, Wilts.

    NEWMAN, Robert, of Charlton by Malmesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Malmesbury Jan. 1397 Malmesbury 1399 Cricklade May 1413 Biography A member of the minor gentry, Newman lived a short way out from Malmesbury on the road to Cricklade. In July 1400

    SKINNER, John IV, of Hythe, Kent.

    then showed it to the judges. A counter action, brought against Newman in the lieutenant’s court at Dover, eventually led to a mutual agreement for arbitration, but neither Newman nor his arbiters put in an appearance at the date agreed,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Special Report from the Committee appointed to Inquire into, and Examine the several Subscriptions for Fisheries, Insurance, Annuities for Lives, and all other Projects carryed on by Subscription,..., 1 August 1719

    [ -9 ] N» 132 Rob. Fiizhugh, Corwfo'//. 134 Tho. Pretty man, wear /fo jJW jCArefowg-e. 136 John Newman, z'w /fo G7a'~7ewrv .37 a~* wu^ o«^. J0 ^ESCfcriS^ ** >^f "'* *"" ^^" HO WnLTurpiu, Grea/ *«fe/.jW. 141 Tho. Houghton^ Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1689, 21 June 1689

    That Abraham Nelfon, George Davis, Abraham Skynner, Edtnond Eyre, Augußine Brewfier, John Pageit, William Fiß, John Hujfey, John Shorthofe, Ofbaßon Newman, StephenTerrey, John Woodword,Thomas Shorthofe, and Samuell Lincolne, Curfitors, be, and are hereby, required to attend the faid Committee on Subscribers-only content

    14 August 1689, 14 August 1689

    Concourfe of People that have been this Day in and about Weßt¬ minßter. jufticestopw- Ordered, That Sir John Cutler, Juftice Newman, y nt Crowds anc} juftJce Due, and the other Juftices of the Peace, do take Care, by their Cooftables Subscribers-only content

    8 November 1705, 8 November 1705

    reading the Petition and Appeal of William shePPar(l <*al Sheppard Gentleman, and Thomas Stevens Yeoman, smiuTet a!. Executors of Jcte Newman deceafed, from feveral Orders and Decrees of the Court of Chancery, of the Fourteenth of Oclober, Fifteenth of January, Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1705, 17 December 1705

    upon the Petition and Appeal ShePPa^etal. of William Sheppard Gentleman, and Thomas Stevens smith et al. Yeoman, Executors of John Newman deceafed, from feveral Orders and Decrees of the Court of Chancery, of the Fourteenth of Oflobcr 1704, Fifteenth of Subscribers-only content


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