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  • * Victoria County History *

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    of tenants. 105 Ralph Pickstock , son of a Thomas Pickstock , occurs in 1756 , 106 and a Ralph Pickstock of Aston (Warws.) owned the Toft in 1776 when he leased it to Henry Pickstock , probably his brother,


    vill of Butterhill and Coppenhall . 98 In 1324 Philip de Pickstock acquired 2 acres in Butterhill from Richard de Wenlock , 99 and by 1403 Nicholas de Pickstock was holding tenements here of Lord Stafford by rent of six


    Phillips , Rob., 137 Phipps , Jos., 48 Pickerell , Cecily , 131 Pickering , Thos., 158; W. E., 91 Pickstock (Pykstoke) Alb., 148; Eliz., 146; Hen. (fl. 1667), 145; Hen. (fl. 1776), 146; Hen. (fl. 1808), bro. of Ralph,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Adroddiad gan Miss Eccleston (campus). Ton gyffredinol. Adroddiad gan Mri. Roberts a Powell. Double Duett, gan Mrs. Crawford a .iTr. Pickstock, Miss Cooper a Mrs. Dagger, Miss Davits a Miss Richards. Canodd y Saeson yn dda iawn. Cystadleuaeth mewn silleba; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the mouth, and followed witness and the do- cassed, who wore then walking on towards Chesterton. As be Came urp Pickstock said to him, '1 Don't strike me; I've nothing to do with it," apparently alluding to Cooper and Joblsturi's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    return with it. After- 1 vwards it transpired that he bad sold the horse and bridle to d farmer named Pickstock, at Stafford, for £S1. 2s.- Prisoner practically admitted the charge, observing that he always got into trouble when he Subscribers-only content

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    merit. His (hief work wasn, however, the Pathological Collection at his University. Yesterday afternoon a yoath named Pickstock, son of AMr. William Pickstock, of Wharton, was drownEd in the River Weaver at Winsford. The youth, who was workinrg with some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUCTINAL fconed) ca rn Coach backWard Byor sandidatee for Mazzienla- sod ote mi n--A fdreta, 223 Daily Post. e2991 scP-ITING.Thos Yost Typewr ier Company timitd) are mevIicthis useful Art for ifs. 61. for 20lessons; expert 'Wct"for fe,60. Purchasers of Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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

    Denbigh, fee farm rent in the collection of the bailiff of, 1046. -, co. York, grant of lands in, 486. Pickstock , William, tenant, Guilsfield, 1057. Picton , Stephen, reward for apprehending J. Smith, 1217. Pidgeon , D., deputy auditor,

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