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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, O, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    , John abbot of, p. 2698. Osgathorp , Wm., App. 1. Osgod , Ric., p. 236. Osgodcrosse , Yorksh., 969. Osleston , g. 5406 (12). Osma , bp. of, afterwards cardinal. See Loaysa, Garcia. Osmonderley , g. 5815 (4). Osney

    Henry VIII, March 1529, 16-31, 01 March 1529-31 March 1529

    2, m . 33. 12. John Trevor, yeoman of the Guard. Lease of the lordships and manors of Sandeford and Osleston, in the lordship of Oswestry, parcel of the lordships of Bromfeld and Yale; with reservations; for 10 years, at

    Index, O, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (49), 1365 (4), 3499 (50). -, -, confirmation for, g. 519 (45). -, -, William abbot of, g. 3499 (50). Osleston (Oslaston), Derb. [in Sutton on the Hill ] , g. 3 499 (23). Osmerdike or Oxmardike (Owsemoredike), Yorks [in

    Letters and Papers, June 1539, 26-30 , 01 June 1539-30 June 1539

    . 43. John Kellom, a yeoman of the Guard. Lease of the lordships or manors of Sandeforde Oleston or Sandeford Osleston, in the lordship of Oswestry, parcel of the lordships of Bromfeld and Yale; at 63 s . 4 d

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TPMEADEsN's ADDRESSES. at F OR NOTES ore CONI~xUMIPTION and WVASTING 0. ( ~OVEREND D REIVRY, M.D., Phlysician to th 4. G .o National Fhree Di.,eeat o'CO lerto e Wnii lirieaces, upower Sire-t. 'IV Autihor of "Common Sense Tdsnage- nrirt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    39,972. A secon subdivision, which includes Barton Blount, Church Broughton, Eiggin- ton, FOaten, Soropton, Blatton, Hilton, Hargato Binior, loon, Mlarston, Osleston and Thin-aston, Sutton, Anelow, ;anbur, Rtoheston, and Titbltuy has 1,539 inhabited houses, and a population of 7,569. A third Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parishes of Ash, Barton Blount, Churbh Broughton, Daibury, Foston and Scrouton (altered as by another recommendation), Hlatton, Hoon, Mrtarston.on-Deve, osleston and Thurveston, i Sutton-on-tbe-Elill and Trusley, in Derbyshire. and now in the BurtoU-on Trent Union. be constituted a contribu- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    subjuct to Conditions to be produced; 1'E following Valuable OAK, ASH, and J T other TREES, on certain Lands in Osleston, be~iiging to Mr. Bestwick and Mr. A.1illward, viz. LOT 1.-Sunidry Trees muarked A. standing or being on the Croft, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    younger, Win. J'Acicso, and SAMITEL BOOTH, charged pII he whith stealing in thle dwelling house of W illiam Cope, at Osleston, ~rrs three hats, five coats, one jacket, tight waistcoatsI six pairs of a ey trowsers, one pair of shoes, Subscribers-only content

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