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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sutton Courtenay

    cent.; Weeke , xvi-xvii cent.) includes the hamlets of Upper Wick , Lower Wick and Oday or Ody Hill ( Odie , xvii cent.). Rowstock Farm was transferred to the parish of East Hendred by order of the Local Government

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, Burials in woollen

    S Kidman W Chandler M Portway E Grey. Wednesday, 26 December 1739 A Pasfield - G Stanton. Elis a : Odie Alice Rice. Saturday, 5 January 1740 A Pasfield - M Worthey E Morris D Brown R Sutton. Thursday, 10

    General Index, S, 01 February 1649-15 February 1650

    Ann Fortune Rose Mayflower Medenblick Merchant, alias Amity of Ipswich Mercurius of Rotterdam Mercury of London Merehonour Minion Nicodemus Nonsuch Odie Old Warwick Paradox Partridge of London Patience of Dantzic Patrick of London of Waterford Pelican Persia Peter of Middleburgh Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons, L - Z

    Noyle , Adam, 8 Nuthed , James, 300 Nysam , Robert, 138 Obedd , Maryan, 2 Oblee , Adrian, 386 Odie , Richard, 228 Odwaie , John, 334 Ofell , Roger, 225 Offley , Offeley, Offle, Ofley: Henry, 191 Hugh,

    Index, L - Z

    1051 Oatland , Sar., 356 Oatwell , Sar., 356 obstruction , 640, 709 Odams , Joshua, 981, 982, 1020 Odey (Odie) Elisa., 359 James, and Ann, his wife, 722 Thomas, 374 Offer , George, 104 Ogier , William (d. 1738),

    Warrants, 01 February 1649-15 February 1650

    intelligence with the enemy. 548 " " " Solomon Smith, marshal of the Admiralty. To arrest and stay the bark Odie, now at Smart's quay, bound for Colchester. 548 100 " " " Captains of forts at Gravesend and Tilbury. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afrereven re- evardie- lie " protirne and pau'per parodists,". the CAN- NINGS and GtISLRAYS, they pouirce upon die Re.fornr.t;' pa Odie., irnrde- p'(eence of Religion 'fTheaJuries 'are lisgruste'd luie all the Yest of tile' world, at tmis pretence; VI'r. HoN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FITR U'JXCTAIL INTELLIGEANCE. Coon saYjnt i.L. 2l.-The first-aad second Wranolers for the preseit year are Air, Jacob, of CaieIS Collez e a, d NiTr. WVheieHell ofT'l iLy eT o!!eg. 'Fle slbjects for Sir Wm . Boon e's three golk Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wvas piid.-Thco ictiOIO iie tos rinaediitelc hcacdell to cit c~lock. by tics dlefect- ,~lciit, solcos remaicrkced to rice iccagisircite. i Odie pollt ccscrci ccii Pul have videit alucli this cuicplec-sciittioss.' AN, INPAMOicS IIUTnAND.-At W'orshici street etc Weodnes- dciv Edwiarid Scillor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROO)MS attd for ROOFIN G a ltStu pcirtioh ca seladFrmns of Tender and ~ f tis tites tttatntl. a tt Odie o te r'giser, at thitia 4~ ~ i Itonne Pt it sttieni~ted. ndjoarhed otttsicle 5tlr Cr Wil atl.0-Ict, soli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or decay, and are made in teeh eginther arorlfl-enes.A Tnt fomHi. Sot ironsm £1.lysraneed, icluin al chrge. Cenutaion~ree. Nitrous j Odie Ge fr PinlssExtacton alfTee, 7 St H. J. ALLWOOD, D.D.~.,D~l'rI~r, 50, NEW ST. I- T. T. NEAL, DENTIST, I, Subscribers-only content

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