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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Charities

    of £10 for periods of three years free of interest. In 1837 there were eighteen such loans outstanding. 70 Thomas Parke in 1628 gave the Bell Inn for the use of the poor. In 1837 the revenue from the lease

    Parishes Huddington

    and a pigeon-house. The house was surrounded by an orchard, a green court and a small hopyard, a close called Parke Close on the south, and a croft called the Oat Crofte on the west and Piggs Close on the

    Somerset Record Office Accumulations

    Ston Easton HK Hoskyns family of North Perrott HKE Hake of Swindon HLM Helyar family of Poundisford JP Jonas and Parke of Salisbury (solicitors) KW King, Wilkinson, and Co. of Taunton (surveyors) LC Louch, Wilmott, and Clarke of Langport (solicitors)

    List of plates

    Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 13. 50 No. 1 Bridge Street , 1896. Photograph: C.H.H., Y 1/1/10 . 51 Parke 's Court, off Love Street , 1930. Photograph in C.C.A.L.S., ZCR 259/1, no. 26. 52 Atholl Place, off Crook

    Parishes Moulton Park

    before the middle of the 16th century, says: 'From Northampton to Kingesthorpe a mile and a little farther by Multon Parke , enclosed with stone, where is neately plentie of wood; it longgid a late to the Lord Vaux ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a we ir mewn . iunnbyw gyhoeddiad.. l~ywed rhai masxeii hawdwr iydyv Charles F-Adas, Ten., q Boston, - crall masi Parke. .Goodwin,,o. N ' .York .ydywM; amryw yD el piriodoWi i Horace White, o Chicago. Pa in bynag o'r r. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar Fahomrtar- iaeth yn India, y rhai a gyfassoddir Lt aefyllfa ymgeik vyr am yr Indian Service. Cynwysa argraffild Mr. Parke Godwin o Bryant's Poems, gent o ddernan nr buont o'r blaen-ya argraff- edig, ao ye en plith, ddeg ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I beitebigatthau, friobasauj &r. -GEN-EDIGAETHAVU..- DDAvIs.-Ai ,y 4ydd cyfisol,, yn 15 Viotoria Road, Caerl§4on, ,priod y Parch. John Pryce Davies, MA., a'r fereh. - PRIODASiAU BZNTLEY-LwWIS.-Ar y l1Oed ¢yfisol, trwy drwydded yn y Tiaberiacl, Aberaeror, gan yParch.Evan Morris, Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harris, Dinas Crass . . . 0 10 0 Mr. Morgan Jenkins, Laleston . . 1 0 0 Mrs. Rees, Parke Isha, Laleston 1 0 0 Mr. D. Daies, tailor, &c., Crick- howell .1. , , 0 0 Mr. Th. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chester-street, Kespiligton, bricklayer, to surrender Mlay 424, June 7, 28, at twelve, at Guildhall. Attorney, Mr. iHoward, Temple. S. F, Parke, East Smithfield, liquor-merchant, May 24 at twelve, 31 ,June 8, at ten, at Goildhall. Aunruies Messrs. Smith and Setree, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 June 1685, 4 June 1685

    of the Houfe of Commons to them : i. " An Aft to enable James Lord Butler of Moore " Parke, and Earl of OJfory in the Kingdom or' Ireland, to make a Jointure to fuch Woman as he fhall Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1685, 16 June 1685

    of " High Treafon." " Le Roy le veult." " An Aft to enable James Lord Butler of Moore " Parke, and Earl of OJfory in the Kingdom of Ireland, " to make a Jointure to fuch Woman as he Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1689, 14 June 1689

    be prefented to Their SfomingMajefties, to forbid all French Papifts to come into to Whitehall, Whitehall, St. James's Houfe and Parke, was offered to kc* the Houfe. And, being read, was committed to thefe Lords following, to^onfider of it, and Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1689, 21 June 1689

    with France; and likewife by the Refort of Papifts, or reputed Pa¬ pifts, to Whitehall, St. James's, or St. James's Parke. " We do therefore pray Your Majefty, to iffue out Your Royal Proclamation, requiring all French Papifts, their Wives Subscribers-only content

    21 October 1690, 21 October 1690

    526 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1690. D IE Martis, 210 die O&obris. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales praefentes fuerunt: Epus, London. Epus. St. Afapb. Epus. Kothefler. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Chefler. Epus. Worceßer. Epus. Chic heßer ^ Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STAWELL, William (1650-1702), of Parke, Bovey Tracy, Devon

    (1650-1702), of Parke, Bovey Tracy, Devon Constituency Dates Ashburton 9 Mar. 1677 July 1679 Ashburton Mar. 1681 Ashburton 1685 1687 Ashburton 1690 18 June 1702 Biography Stawell’s connexion with Ashburton derived from his ownership of a moiety of the manor

    STAWELL, William (c.1651-1702), of Parke, Bovey Tracey, Devon.

    (c.1651-1702), of Parke, Bovey Tracey, Devon. Constituency Dates Ashburton 9 Mar. 1677 Ashburton Mar. 1679 Ashburton 1681 Ashburton 1685 Ashburton 1690 Ashburton 1695 Ashburton 1698 Ashburton Feb 1701 Ashburton Dec. 1701 18 June 1702 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Devon

    PRICE, John II (d.1602), of Newtown, Mont.

    neighbourhood of Newtown, were divided between the three sons, of whom the second, Matthew, founded the family of Price of Parke, while the third, vicar of Kerry, was allotted the tolls of Newtown fair, leased by the family since 1521.

    COCKS, Sir Richard, 2nd Bt. (c.1659-1726), of Dumbleton, Glos.

    that was going down before’ – and regarded the defence of the Whig Parke as ‘artificial’, but his conclusion was that Hedges must have bribed harder than Parke. His insinuations to this effect, that ‘had I not known the modesty

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2181

    (Kirbie in Grindelieth, Kirkbie in Grindelieth) : undefined Location: Raskelf (Raskall) : chapelry Location: York (Yorke) : city Location: Park (Parke) : fieldname parcel of the demesnes of Raskall. Location: Common Fields (Common Feildes) : fieldname Raskall Location: Town Fields

    CP.H.2402

    Closes (Black Closes) : fieldname Town Field (Towne Feild) : fieldname Wheat House Field (Wheat House Feild) : fieldname Park (Parke) : fieldname Wheat Close (Wheat Close) : fieldname Mill Croft (Milne Croft) : fieldname Town End Close (Towne End

 

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