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  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1513-14

    date afore wretyn. That is to [be ] seyd for the sowlys of Me r gret Noneley, Will ia m proyne & Ric hard Noneley her husband es , Will ia m and Mergret her Chyldren, & for the sowlys

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1502-3

    R esseyvyd de ledall es wyff for the bequest of wyll ia m harman xx s R esseyvyd de mastresse Noneley for brekyng of grownde for a sarvant of hers in p ar don chirche yard ij s R esseyvyd

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1514-15

    for the pale at Mo er gunters vj d * * * * * Paid for the Obit of Mestres Noneley the xvj day of M er che, to the prest es , clerk es , for wex & to

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1519-20

    9 M emoran d um : that it be Regestryd in the greate boke that Ioh'n Austhorp, sector to Mestres Noneley, hathe geveyn of his porcyon of the good es whiche wer in his hond es of her good es

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1518-19

    and Wi ll ia m Meryell' for the dyscharge of the good es of Will ia m proyne and Margrett Noneley which' was bequested to e chirch' of Seint M ary at hill' iiij d paid for ther brekefast at

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wellington Charities for the poor

    at the cost of one Icke. They were unendowed and by 1830 were occupied as private dwellings. 36 Mrs. Margarette Noneley , by will proved 1852, left £450 stock 37 for members of the Church of England . 38 In

    Index K-Z

    (formerly Hill ) : Ric., Baron Berwick (d. 1848), n , fam., and see Hill nonconformity , see protestant nonconformity Noneley , Mrs. Margarette (Margaretta), Nonyley , Ric., and his s., Norfolk : dchss. of, see FitzAlan duke of, see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MdACHINB ACOIDENT.-On Friday, a boy named Weaver, son of Mr. Weaver, of Com- mon Wood, was assisting Mr. Earris, of Noneley, near Wemn, with a thrashing machine, when on going too near the machinery his foot weae caught and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eif .t~~~~mlnsha~~~~~~n, ~~02702 laL.-About Fifty lLoads WANTED. -BState poles, fo., de K)J lvered, to Mr. Nicbols. Weatbourn Vla, Trafelgar Road Noneley. Pi el I. BxlrZetallo PbeSOLI. cheapV-Aba p Bridge, GIll. and Blridge Vlvieancev 2UBD4hoenwkiPE Dp e~ndonmsaiseRm h. cIA lIV be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eom. Terms low.-Addres, H,. 87, Daily ANITED, by a Gentleman. darnfortable Apartments, a few W em town, nWear arilway station. Noneley preferred.- Address, with ternms, 861, Daily Post. s6635 w ANTM. cmforableApartments, about 15 minutes' wail from thTwnlfall-Addlreas, 876. Deity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relied on is that the heart I was empty, and that in the animals operated upon by Mr. i t Noneley and Dr. Lethebyv the heart was full. I don't a tiktat applies to all cases. But it is a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Rev. J. W. Davis, vicar, Gem ge .John Megless, Liverpool, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. John Griiths, Noneley, Shropshire. BO !INsoN-XELLET-April 14. at Townsend Street Presbyterian t hureb, Belfast, by the-Rev. Vr. Johu- ston, Mr. John Robinson, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    108, (JVeZZon.) 111. Nichol Forest. See supra, 16, (BaiZey Hope.)———Noke (Oxon) ; lxxiii. 40. Bill presented, 168. r.a. 328. — Noneley (Salop); lxx. 20. Bill presented, 106. r. a. 297.———Norbury (Cheshire); lxvi. 52. Bill presented, 137. Lords Amend- ments agreed Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1815, 7 April 1815

    the said Petitions were ordered to lie upon the Table. A Bill for inclosing Lands in the Township of Noneley,Noneley rn- in the Parish of Loppington, and County of Salop, was read cl™£™ f™' a second time; and committed Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1815, 1 May 1815

    do carry the Bill to the Lords, and desire their concurrence. Id Bill, Noneley in- An ingrossed Bill for inclosing Lands in the Township closure Bill, of Noneley, in the Parish of Loppington, and County of passed. Salop, was read Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1815, 9 May 1815

    paid Noneley In- j^ j$\\\} intituled, An Act for inclosing Lands in the without any fee or other deduction whatsoever. closure Bill. Corscombe Inclosure Bill, with an Amendment- Appietree- wick Inclo¬ sure Bill, with an Amendment. Langham, Township of Noneley, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 17 January 1816

    Llanbadarn- fynidd, Llandezibrevi, Llandcgley, Llandeziy, Llarifrynach, Llangeinzeen, Llanyre, Luppitt; Maenclochog, Manby, Marcliam, Meljhnby, Miferdine, Moreton, Moulds Meaburn, Mouljey ; Neighton, Noneley, North Curry, North Kelfey ; Old Hutton; Packwood, Papzcorth Everard, Piddletren- thide, Portfea; Quaint on, Qtiedg/ey; Rampton, Redgrave, Riccall, Subscribers-only content

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