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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Parr

    1466 Robert Hindley was plaintiff against John Parr , son of Robert ; Charles Parr , Thomas Parr , Henry Parr ; Robert Parr , son of Nicholas ; William Parr ; Robert Parr , son of John -all described

    Townships Windle

    divided into six wards-Hardshaw, Parr , East Sutton , West Sutton , Windle, and Eccleston ; each with an alderman and three councillors. In 1889 the borough was divided into nine wards- Central , Hardshaw, Parr , East and West

    Townships Lowton

    passed to his younger brother John, who about 1559 married Margaret widow of Thomas Parr . 21 He acquired much of the Parr inheritance, and Parr Hall became the chief seat of the Byroms. John Byrom was in 1590 among

    Aldham Manors and other estates

    and heir of Henry Bourchier , earl of Essex , wh ose husband William Parr in 1541 settled it on himself and his heirs. 23 Parr , then marquis of Northampton , forfeited his estates in 1556 , and Bourchiers

    Schools Harrow School Harrow School

    Heath , another Eton master, was appointed. The governors passed over the claims of Samuel Parr , an Harrovian, Sumner's assistant and expected successor. Parr was young, without a degree, a supporter of Wilkes, and-perhaps worst of all-poor; but he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enwv,'Ha,:n~n~a~h Parry, yn'Llanfairfechao, acyna ceisia lladdxltdd~vY aaid Bangbro 1ddydd hunan, eilwaith o .flaen, utus ia~'B~go'r, 'dydMath diweddaf, an ondid. oedd Parr yi wyddfodol, a hysbyswyd 'ad oedd. hi yn dymunoerlyn.' Felly. gan n'adoedd yno 'neb yn dystion, ' golly 'gwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forage Pltants and sundries,. .-. < " " ,JI!Timotiot~y1,P~bmrxpateise 5 Lucern : .D-: i~ittL ~-Eugii' saved4 A. 'i- , i Parr .,3it-oU...4rnported 2yr.'0, ;;ls.L)3u.u;.. t -Mustrd Ad Bii'ekwhoat Ditto Perennial, Lolium.perenhirzem M,!K.i'.r Altrincham Carrot --Ditto ---acey . .... Linseed or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :YDDAItI DRAPERY: :AT YR. 9AV-?, 0r' Ffa~ivnau :mwyaf ned, ac am bfisiau, rhVfeddol o iseln y: BORNT BRIIDR, ARDDANGOSIR YN BILESENOL GAN _LE:WS LEWWIS,. STOCK ARDDERCHOGv; Gwerth yn agos i . :£1 2,00. Teiwng o sylw y wlad yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    casgliad cyntaf yrrymddangosodd yr emynhonynddi .ydoeddy 'New Congregational Hl~mn ,Book,' ac yno Parr-yw Yr. enwa roddir, a't awdne-y*' Ais6 Harriet; Parr, a adnabydd&r oreu with ei ffdkenwHmilme Lee. Ai nid gwell a fuasai. ndi y cyAeithiadau ,oll,. feL gwneir ag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ARGLWFYDD; gan y a-cli- -:Eing, Ll. D. CANTAWD GBUZ AE.; ?B: Iawrence, CYFASODDWADiuSTEDn DPGiARIOL CONWY' dim olygiad y Parch. BE. Parr (Gwlhmnl] .-. CARTAWD GWYL GWALIA; gan Owi Maw. (IVECRES Yr BAND OF HIOPE, gas y Pardn. T. Lei* GIA~ADEO Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Lambhith, alias Lambeth.

    Wife of Rich . Parr , D.D. Who departed this Life Novemb. the 8. 1688 . For her Modesty and Sobriety, Prudence and Humility, Charity and Piety exemplary. M.S. Here also lyeth her Husband Richard Parr , D.D. Vicar of

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    me earnestlye that I should confesse the sacrament to be flesh bloud and bone. Then said I to my lord Parr and my Lorde Lisle, that it was greate shame for them to councell contrarye to theyr knowledge. Whervnto in


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