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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chichester cathedral The cathedral close

    to Richard Smith , 1767; to Michael Smalpage, 1595 (marble monument with bust of man in a niche), erected by Percival , his son; to John Shore , M.D., 1721; to Elizabeth ( Briggs ), widow of John Shore ,

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh

    the manor. 18 His relationship to the Walshes is not known, but he appears with the two brothers Henry and Percival 19 Walshe in 1349 among certain wrongdoers who broke into the park at Abberiey. 20 A certain Margaret de

    Townships Pendleton

    of Lawrence Gartside (perhaps the father of Percival ) released her dower right to William Hoghton and Percival Gartside , receiving 10 s . a year; ibid. and Towneley. John son of Percival Gartside in 1456 -7 mortgaged or sold

    Townships Huyton with Roby

    and heir of Percival , might marry. Annuities were also assigned to Hamlet and Percival , the younger sons-to the former 4 marks and to the latter 40 s .; Norris D. (B.M.), 10 Feb 1534 -5. Percival Harrington was

    Winchester Charities

    of Dr. Ebden 's gift of £200 retained by them. 7 An annual sum of £8 is also received from Percival 's Charity (see below). The aggregate income amounts to £245 or thereabouts, of which about £50 a year is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei .apwyntio .gosul FIgfrigsgyda gallll; i drinmaterion yr i ardal Dinbych4y.pyagod, Abergwaun, a:rhanau erallJ arfordir swydd tero. Mae Mr.. Percival, perchedog chwarel " yjVotty a'r Bowydd, Ffestiniog, wedi 'deebren ndeildu; yaafell :giniaw berthynoli 'r gwaith,' mewh 1e cydeus ger- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ail etbolwyd y 'yfarwyddwyr eddynt ye myned allan o'usAwyddau, ref y Gyir, Anriydeddu6 W. B. Cowper TUmple ,..,F. S. I Percival, Yw., Dr. Ro- berts, Dr. Thmas, a Mr. . R.obertsaIvy House. Nododd'y cadeirydd 'hefyd B. RowIands, Yew., a Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anfv ldodd fo I diwedd i yr a.,'iydfo l ;n tigoshatl, wedi anfon ei y'- y I ddiswyddiad i Syr Percival Beywood, noddwr n bywioliaeth Miles Platting. Ei amcan wrth ymddiswyddo ydoedd dangos nad oedd yu cyd. nabod awdurdod Arglwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    farsiand- wyr y gynaydogaeth, a cbafwyd Anerchiadan gan Mm JE Greaves (y, Mri John Lewis, John Roberts, F S Percival, Jonathan Davies, Riebard Daviee, David Mouis, Capt. Robert Williams, Capt. MVogan Jones, Capt. John Timothy, Chiarles Benson, D R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    darllenwyr yn gydnabyddus a gweithrediadau diweddar Cymdeithas Egwhyswyr Rhyddfrydig. Yr wythleos ddiweddaf, yniddangosodd yn y Times lvthyr hynod oddiwrth Dr. Percival, Prif- athraw- Ysgol Rugby, yn cynwys apeliad tra gallueg at yr Esgobion Seisnig ar bwnc Dadgysylltiad yr Egiwys yn Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Monuments.

    Martha his Wife; and two Children: Rob. Marriot of Greys Inn : and Elizabeth the Wife of Will. Pett . Percival Gilburne, 1694 . Nathaniel Hodges Doctor of Physick, 1688 . He wrote a Tract concerning the Plague. Abraham Barin,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HART, Percival (c.1568-1642), of Lullingstone, Kent.

    HART, Percival (c.1568-1642), of Lullingstone, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent 1597 Lewes 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Kent from c.1591, q.1601. Biography Hart’s grandfather and namesake, who died in 1580, was chief sewer and knight harbinger to four successive monarchs. Hart himself

    HART, Percival (1666-1738), of Lullingstone, Kent

    HART, Percival (1666-1738), of Lullingstone, Kent Constituency Dates Kent 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Kent 1706–7. Biography Hart came from a long-established Kentish parliamentary family, his great-grandfather, Sir Percival, having sat as knight of the shire in the 1601 Parliament.

    WILLOUGHBY, Thomas (d. bef. 1596), of Bore Place, Kent.

    was proved on 5 July 1596.[footnote]Willoughby’s first marriage, to Catherine Hart, had been fruitful of children. The firstborn son, named Percival after one of his grandfathers, emulated the other by marrying a Willoughby of Wollaton; he settled in Nottinghamshire, which

    BROWNE, John Denis (?1799-1862), of Westport House, co. Mayo and North Earl Street, Dublin

    He lost his seat to another Liberal in 1835 and was defeated at a by-election the following year and again in 1847. He died at Plymouth, "aged 63', in May 1862.[footnote] He was succeeded by his surviving son Percival Altamount.

    CARLETON, George (1529-90), of Overstone, Northants., Wisbech and Coldham, Isle of Ely.

    remarkable presbyterian movement which began in Northamptonshire about 1570. There is evidence that he was a friend and patron of Percival Wiburn, who inaugurated this revolution as town preacher of Northampton, and that he brought into the county other radical


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