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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Gloucester Crown and Borough: Military History

    and 1247 the bailiffs of Gloucester were ordered to organize the carriage of provisions to the castles at Builth and Painscastle . 23 The army for the planned Irish expedition of 1233 was ordered to muster at Gloucester and requisitioned

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    162, 251, 338 Padstow (Cornw.), 77 Pain (fl. 1066), 395 Paine , Tom 151 Paine & Co ., 129, 138 Painscastle (Radnors.), 19 Painswick , 154, 209, 271, 277 n Edge , 302, 385 road to, 39, 65, 129, 386

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUSSELL, John I.

    1388 Warwick 1394 Ofifces Held Porter of Painscastle and forester of Colwyn and Newydd, Rad. (by appointment of Thomas, earl of Warwick) 9 May 1387-d. Ofifces Held Reeve of Kibworth Beauchamp, Leics. (by appointment of the same) bef. July 1397.

    BENNETT, Simon, of Warwick.

    and delivering letters and muniments to the earl's officers in London. On one occasion, probably in 1399, he rode from Painscastle with �100 destined for Earl Thomas's household in London; and in January following he raised Beauchamp followers in Northamptonshire

    BRADSHAW, John II (by 1519-88), of Presteigne, Rad. and St. Dogmael's, Pemb.

    his sphere of activity as a justice was given as the hundred of Radnor, where he lived, and that of Painscastle; he remained a justice in Pembrokeshire although not resident there. Of his private affairs the only glimpse which has

    VAUGHAN, Robert I (by 1524-75 or later), of Presteigne, Rad.

    VAUGHAN, Robert I (by 1524-75 or later), of Presteigne, Rad. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs Apr. 1554 New Radnor Boroughs Nov. 1554 New Radnor Boroughs 1559 Ofifces Held J.p. Rad. 1558/59-73/74 or later; sheriff ?1562-3, 1567-8. Biography Robert Vaughan

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, H, I, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Bosmere and Claydon. Chesterton. Clackclose. Coleridge. Colwyn. Crowthorne. Dudstone and King's Barton. East. Guiltcross. Halfshire. Hemlingford. Kerrier. Lesnewth. Minety. Northstow. Painscastle. Pirehill. Powder. Pydar. Rhayader. Samford. Shropham. Stanborough. Stratton. Trigg. West. Working and Blackheath. Wotton. I Impositions , Additional. See

    Entry Book, March 1693, 16-20, 16 March 1693-20 March 1693

    to same enclosing the duplicate [assessment roll, missing ] for the four quarters of the Poll for the Hundred of Painscastle in co. Radnor. Ibid. Same to same to take the advice of the Attorney and Solicitor General and to

    Index of Persons and Places, P, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Peter, merchant, agent for port duties in Maryland, 588, 602, 611, 641, 712 3. Paincastle . See Painscastle. Paine . See Payne. Painscastle , Paincastle, co. Radnor, hundred of, duplicate assessment rolls for, 103, 886. Painter , Allington, steward of

    William III, November 1701, 01 November 1701-30 November 1701

    unto the most part of Wales: and not to be too tedious with your excellencies, holding a monthly meeting at Painscastle in this county, we summoned Richard Davies to appear before us on Saturday, 25th Oct., last, to tender him Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    and note Robert deputy lieutenant for Gloucester city William, merchant, petition signed by Pains and Penalties , Bills of, discussed Painscastle , co. Radnor, meeting of J.P.s at Painted linen Painter , William, redeemed slave, petition of Paixfield , James, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IleDsoasuooE ffoUNDs, at Ten.-Tuesday, Jan. 28, st Tynycum New Church; Thursday, Jan. 30, at 4ewchurch Village; Saturday, Feb. 1, at Painscastle. The LUDLOW HOUNDa lhr. 0. W. Wlcksted'sl), at hlialf-ism Tens-Tuesday, Jan. 28, at Downton Castle; Thursday, Jan S0O at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 12. RtADNOesarSHnse AND WEST f zuEsisonaslllluEt-'1lhurday,Mfarch 23, Mloor Court Lodge * Monday, Aprit 2, Stanner Gate ; FridiaY, P, Painscastle, at 10.30. SRnEwuSBUY.-Thursday, March 29, hlontford Bridge, at 12 STA'FroRDsurtsu (NosyrTs). - This day, March 2S, Modder- hall Milt; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Toll-bar, at 12. RauDeossuIsRn AND WEST H1{REFoRDsueM.-aT-1his day, Harch 29, Moor Court Lodge; -Monday, April 2, Stanner Gate Friday, 6, Painscastle, at 10.30, SenEwsscuwe .-This day, March '29, Montford Bridge, at 12. SrAFFonDsHReE (NorsT1).-Saturday, March 31, Tile Logeer- loids ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berry Hill; Friday, the White Post; at eleven. 'Irueser-Floaday, Sherift's Cuurt; Wednesday, Ozengell; at hulf- Ma1,'s, 1jr .-Monday, Llandafe'dy; Wednesday, Painscastle; at half- post itu1e. IRISH APPOINTMENTS. FOX-HOUNDS. Kilktrais Itunt-Monday, Govvra ; Wednesday, Jenkinstown; Satur- Slleerpring; at half-past ten. K Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11. South Wilts, Tuesday, Koyle; Friday, West Park- at 11. Worcestershire, Wednesday, Whiiley; Friday, Hamble- ton-at half-past 10. Wyaside, Tuesday, Painscastle; Friday, Dewsbury-gate -a15thafpast 10. Sir W. W. Wynn's, Wednesday, Kennels; Friday, Halston; Saturday, Hampton Bank-at half-past 10. York and Subscribers-only content

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