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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Newlands , co. Peebles, parish Newmarket , cos. Cambridge and Suffolk, road to Mildenhall from, enclosure of Newmore. See Monro of Newmore.Newmore chaplainry , diocese of Ross Newport , Francis, earl of Bradford, cofferer of the household, issue to, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Monness Monnipennie , Alexander Monno Monnoux , L. Sir P., ibid . Monpinson Monro , G., of Colreane G., of Newmore, ibid . Sir R., of Foulis, ibid . Monrow Monroy Monsehole . See Mousehole. Monserat . See Montserat. Montagu Subscribers-only content

    William III, May 1701, 01 May 1701-31 May 1701

    David Ross of Balnagoun, Ross tutor of Kindess, William Ross of Easterfearn, Sir Robert Monro of Foulis, George Monro of Newmore, George M onro of Colrean, neas Mackleod of Catbow, brigadier James Maitland governor of Fort William, capt. Alexr. Campbell Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    chaplain to Mountjoy's regiment of Colrean, George, commissioner for the Highlands of Foulis, Sir Robert, commissioner for the Highlands of Newmore, George, commissioner for the Highlands Monseradoe , Cape. See Cape Monseradoe . Monson. See Mounson. Montagu (Montague, Mountague), , Subscribers-only content

    Anne, December 1702, 01 December 1702-31 December 1702

    Ross of Balnagowan, Ross, tutor of Kindess, William Ross of Easter Fearn, Sir Robert Monro of Foulis, George Monro of Newmore, George Monro of Colreane, Aneas McCload of Catbow, Brigadier James Maitland, Governor of Fort William, Captain Alexander Campbell of Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Skipwith SKIPWITH 1769 NORTH DUFFIELD 1760

    similar pattern of furlongs and dikes is shown in a survey of 1407, which includes furlongs called Dawryddying, North Woderydding, Newmore , Newbrokes, and Thornebuskes, all indicative of assarted land. Newbroke may have been part of the later Broke field,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MUNRO, John (c.1712-49), of Newmore, Ross.

    (c.1712-49), of Newmore, Ross. Constituency Dates Ross-shire 15 Feb 1733 241734 Ofifces Held Ensign 14 Ft. 1731; lt. 32 Ft. 1735; capt. 42 Ft. 1740, lt.-col. 1747. Biography Descended from a collateral branch of the Munros of Foulis, John Munro

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'sisterl by the Rev. Canon Allwvood, Wsr. MAOLEAY, osq.. I.JL. 0. secocd son of the late Kenneth Macteny, Esq., of Newmore f and Keiss, N.B., to SUSAN EmsIELINE, second daughter of the Bon. 1 E. D.-:As TnomsoN, and granddaughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SUTHERLAND-M'LBAY.-Now. 28, at Edinburgh, Y. utherland, Eq., of Wick, to Barba, eldest daughter of the late E. M'Leay, Erq., of Newmore, Keso~, Wick, DEATHS. EVANS.-Dee. 1, at StornehaMee, North Brltalh, in eousqueneeof bezag thrown from a carriage, the Rev. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. Horne, MA., T. W. Nunn, Esq., of Stratlori-plece, to Isabella, daughter of the late H. dacicay, REq., of Newmore and IKtis, N.B. ROWE-STOPLY.-April 8, at St. Mary's, Bryanston-equare, by the Rev J. H Gurney, Sir W. C. Rowe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHIPPING INTELLIGBNCE. THE SEA*BORNB MAILS. [When the date for making up a ma3l falls on a Sunday, the mail reatrn open until the day ioUOaming; except in the cese of the India mail, Avi Southampton, which, on such occasons Subscribers-only content

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