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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dunnington

    the roll was 324. 55 In the 1860s an unsuccessful evening school was held. 56 CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Timothy Overend , by will dated 1728, gave £10, the interest of which was to be distributed annually in bread to

    Fangfoss

    have passed to the Overend family by the early 18th century. In the 1720s George Overend had 14 bovates in Fangfoss , the largest estate after the earl of Carlisle 's, 64 and in 1788 Catherine Overend had a house

    Parishes Cranham

    Hall , West Ham , a partner in Overend , Gurney & Co., bankers. 64 Gurney (d. 1856) was succeeded by his son Samuel (d. 1882) who enlarged the estate. 65 Overend , Gurney & Co. failed in 1866 ,

    Parishes Lillingstone Lovell

    of Lillingstone, for in the 14 th century there took place a division of the estate into the manors of Overend and Netherend , 33 each apparently held for half a fee. 34 This distinction was maintained into the 17

    Political and Administrative History Political History from 1832

    18 Feb. 1865 . Birm. Jnl . 25 Nov. 1865 . Ibid. 18 Aug. 1866 . In May 1866 the Overend and Gurney crash was followed by a disastrous ' Black Friday ' on the Stock Exchange. The Hornby v.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn awr o dan sylw y Weinyddiaethl:. Mae ein darIlenwyrjyn cofio am ,ganlyniadan alaethus toriad i fyny ariandy mawr " Overend a: Gurney," yr hynagymerodd le yahydigflynydd. au yn ol yn Liandain, pani y dinystriwyd b oi-, iaethau canoedd o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un a oedd'yr awlyddyn ach-s Tichborne i'.gael ei er- Iyu ar-draul ywlad, pan yr oedd hyiny'yx1cael el wrthod yn acho§ Overend a Gnrney.-Jpanghie1lydd y Drysbrfa a -ge1r1fi fod gwahaniaeth-mawr rhwng y'ddau achusY. -Yr oedd y'cyhuddiad yn erbyn yr hawlydd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer in forgeries.-Mr. Bennet, solicitor for the prosecators, stated that forgeries had been committed by the prisoner upon Messrs Gurney, Overend, and Co., Messrs. Coles, Niclolls, asd Co., arid Messrs. Stephen, Nicholson, Barber, and, Co., and that it had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Herald. however, describes the loans referred to as having been made'direct by the East India Company to two houses-that of Overend, Gurney, and CO., and that' of Rothschild, and says,'that the amount advanced to each is one million, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Lewis, Wilmington square. J Hodson, Reading, druggist. [Parker, Sr Paut's churchyard. J: Lockwood, Lepton, Yo;rkshire, manufacturer of fancy waist- coating,. [Overend, Kirkburton. J. Wilson, DManchester, warehonseman, [Makinson and San- ders, Middle Temple. G. Porater, Newcastle-uponTyne,bbutcher. [CrosbyandComp- ton, OldJewry. J. Crowther, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Farringdon Ward Without

    4d. ] 2 13 4 Sir Henry Woodhouse knight in landes ( £ 40) [a ] 2 13 4 Hughe Overend ( £ 3) 3 Robert Newman ( £ 3) 3 James Willmore ( £ 3) 3 Richard Wilkinson (

    Elizabeth, January 1587, 26-31, 01 January 1587-31 January 1587

    my best to prevent all dangers. At Rotterdam on my way to Middelborrow I heard that one Hewe Overyng or Overend, sometime a haberdasher dwelling near Ludgate in London, was taken with a great wallet of letters from Sir Wm.

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 23-36 Charles II (1672-85)

    Lawrance, baker Marmaducus Coulton, taylor, fil. Willelmi Coulton, pinner Samuel Tottington, carpenter, fil. Ricardi Tottington, translator Edwardus Overend, mercha nt taylor, fil. Willelmi Overend, idem Sampson Hollins, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Hollins, idem Johannes Greensides, cordwayner, fil. Matth i Greensides, weaver

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 14 May 1830, 14 May 1830-14 May 1830

    of Hawick ;-of the local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland at Cork ;-of N. M. Rothschild, Overend, Gurney & Co. and Sanderson & Co.; -of the Local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland

    Index, K-P

    140 Outhwaite , Owthwaite, Fran. 96; Geo. 265; Pet. 131; Will. 2, 195 Overen , Overon, Andr. 109; Hamond, 119 Overend , Overand, Ben. 197; Edw. 114, 152, 197; Joh. 32, 191, 274; Rob. 32; Tho. 171, 189, 191, 197,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OVEREND, William (by 1508-58), of Lynn, Norf.

    OVEREND, William (by 1508-58), of Lynn, Norf. Constituency Dates Lynn 1547 Lynn Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Chamberlain, Lynn 1535-6, common councilman 1537-40, alderman 1540-d., mayor Jan.-May 1558; commr. sewers, Norf. 1554. Biography William Overend was born at Bentham, probably the

    AMYAS, George (by 1513-53), of Lynn, Norf.

    AMYAS, George (by 1513-53), of Lynn, Norf. Constituency Dates Lynn 1547 Ofifces Held Common councilman, Lynn 1535-46, chamberlain 1535-6, coroner 1545-6, alderman 1546-d. Biography Although George Amyas was of Kentish origin, he made his career in East Anglia where

    SANDERSON, Richard (?1783-1857), of 52 Upper Harley Street, Mdx. and 23 Lombard Street , London

    a Quaker upbringing, and as a young man he became a clerk in the London bill broking firm of Richardson, Overend and Company of 23 Lombard Street, in which the Norfolk Quaker Samuel Gurney was a partner.[footnote] By 1827 Sanderson

    WATERS, Thomas (by 1495-1563/64), of Lynn, Norf.

    by marriage and as a Protestant, and to the town as its standing counsel. It was Waters who with William Overend was to be fined for his alleged complicity with Sir Robert Dudley in engaging Lynn’s support of Jane Grey.

    GURNEY, Richard Hanbury (1783-1854), of Keswick and Thickthorne, Norf.

    they did not prevent his success in business. He died in January 1854, the senior partner in the bank of Overend, Gurney and Company. His nephew Daniel Gurney recalled him as "a person of great strength, both of body and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1767, 22 January 1767

    of Ingleton, in the Well Riding of the County Inclofure. 17 of'York',Robert Lümßm, Edzoard Foxcrcft, Tho?nas Fen- wick, Peter Wilfon Overend, John Sunderland, William Gillifon, Efquires, the Reverend Thomas Butler, Clerk, Rector of Bentham, John Cookjlm, Doctor of Phyfic, Pcrfiday Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 3 January 1822

    Sutton Rev. Charles MoUoy Rev. John Brinkley Rev. Henry Moore Rev. Francis Kirchhoffer Rev. Charles Atkinson Archdeacon Galway Rev. John Overend Rev. Roger Forde - Rev. Edward Stack Rev. F. L. Gore - Rev. George O'Connor - Rev. Edward Leslie Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 2 January 1823

    Archibald - Johnson, R. B. - Skde, George Milner Allen, Richard - Cowper, Henry - Castle, Lawrence Ralfe, Thomas \ Overend, Wilson J Austin, Francis - Innes, James Date of Default. From 25 Dec. 1797 to 24 June 1815. From Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1830, 14 May 1830

    Pu burgh of Hawick;—of the local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland at Cork;—of N. M. Rothschild, Overend, Gurney & Co. and Sanderson & Co.; —of the Local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland Subscribers-only content

    Index, 23 July 1830

    ; of the Local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank of Ireland at Cork; and, of N. M. Rothschild, Overend, Gurney & Co.; and San¬ derson & Co.; 422. Of the Local Directors and Manager of the Provincial Bank Subscribers-only content

 

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