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  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 9 Richard II (1385-6)

    parish church for the good of her soul, the souls of her husband, John her father, and others. To William Ockle her kinsman, Alice Callesterre, Isabella, daughter of William Profot, her goddaughter, Isabella, daughter of William Placydacy, Johanna Pouleshunte, and

    Cases brought before the committee, May 1646, 01 May 1646-31 May 1646

    May. Granted on certificate that he was not sequestered 1 Dec. 1651, with the usual privisoes. 11 393 Ransford, Livers Ockle, Co. Hereford.; Tomkins, Worcester. 15 May 1646. Vol. A No. or p. Information that Nic. Acton of Bottleton owes Subscribers-only content

    Index, F - K

    278 Isabella , relict of Edmund, 265 Isabella, goddaughter of, daughter of William Profot, 256 John, father of, 256 William Ockle, kinsman of, 256 Richard, 256 Margery, daughter of, 256 Harengeye: Haryngeye (Hornsey), church of, 92, 170 Harewdon , Walter

    Index, L - R

    642 Nyk , Robert, of Westminster, 516 Alice, wife of, daughter of Richard Person, 515 Richard, son of, 515 O Ockle , William, kinsman of Isabella Harengeye, 256 Odiham , Agnes , relict of Richard, grocer, 384 Edward, son of,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROUM THE LONDON (jAZETTES. Tuesday, Jul y 28. WAR OFFICE, JULY 28. 71h Dragoon Guards-Assiotart Sorgeon 1. Fox, M.D. from ie 47th loot, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Stewart, whose ,ppointcrat boos.bcen cancelled. Ist Dragoons-Cornet IR Wardlaw, to be Lieut. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T HE BIRMINGHAMlf MOURNIiO th FUNERAL WAREHOUSE, NEW STRUEr. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF mOURNING ATEIR BLACK SILKS IN THE GREATEST VARIETY. SHOW" ROOM FOIl MOUMNING MlLINFRY. ILtNTLES AND DRESSMAKING. FU1X1FR.1U EFFICIENTLY AND ECONlO1ICA' CONDUCTED IN ANY PART OF THE COUNTRY' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRADESMEN'S ADDRESSES. IGNETT'S "ShlOKING MIXTURE.' T1ItS SMIOKIG MIXTURE, which is composed ONLY of TIBE FINEST GltOWTHS of TOBACCO, has successfully stood theIn of tites in the market. ItMany thousands of Smolkers use no cthcr kind, from the fact that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I EDUOATIONAL. SRREY COUN-TY SCHOOL,, CvRANLEIGH.- ;9 Heasd Master. Rsev. J. .MERRB'IS. MD.D., late Fellow of St. John's College. Cibraide. The object of the School icto provide a sound and plain oil oration in si-rorranco vith the principles of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    To-ail sehn. '451 Apply incmediete-ly. sut~tig wales rec lised, Smeith, S, ~ANTED. in a London lo.,ather Me1Inufoetoc,. ENtlIYE. WIDRIERtt dr;te. Ockle, cand r'Pisrg. Perosac~eoc job tor rend. tet-dy minca. Address H. W. I-I., 3d. Curitw-itrpet. Sooth. La.3ondon, SE.R p AbPERt Subscribers-only content

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