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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    Nantwich and Fullwich, more tenements in Chester , and lands at Bebington , Hoole , Noctorum , Northenden , and Plumley ; the last grant was made by Roger Mainwaring when his son became a monk, the first recorded example

    Index A-J

    Bisley Eldridge , John, Elizabeth I , Elizabeth (of York ), queen of Hen. VII, Elkington : Sarah, m. Wm. Plumley , Thos. (fl. 1590s), n , Thos. (fl. 1637, ? same as preceding), Wm., Elkstone , Ellery , Thos.,

    Index K-Z

    firm of, Pleydell: Josiah, curate of Rodborough , Rob., curate of Stroud , Plugenet , Joan, m. Hen. de Bohun, Plumley : Sarah, see Elkington Wm., Plummer: Ann, m. - James, Eliz., m. - Niblett, Frances, Ric., Plymouth Brethren ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Kimberley, parish of Greasley, Notts-Inflammation, and cratap in the Stomach. 4. Willi~m Moore, of Exwich, near Exeter-Abscess. 5. Anne Plumley, aged Forty-seven, residing at Mrs Morgan's. at Long Ashton, Three miles from Bristol-Affection of the Stomach, Liver, and oead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    training. The readers of Miss Alcott's 'Little Men' will have plea- sant memories of the description of the school at Plumley and the singular methods employed by the kindly old master to train the minds of his little flock, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dia- . tricte, ff Lanarkesbiro. a ----------~ ~ ~~~~~~a 0s Before His 7Iosseser Jeedoe ChJaonmers. Tim CAT AND T515 LAReS,-Williamn Plumley, back H 37, Watery Lane, smith, esued Joseph COx, lVatery Lane, t- pawnbroher, to rerover -62.; ris., value of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another forged cheque for £330. was presented and paid. On the 21st the prisoner went to the office of Tar. Plumley, a stock- broker, in Tokenhouse Yard, where lie was known by one of the clerks, and asked a lad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    defended Mr. Perryman. Mlr. Lockwood inti- mate dthat he was not prepared to produce evidnte, dirhetly corroborsting the story of Plumley, and bie therefire did not propose to proceed further in the case. Mr. Foster was calked, and stated that Subscribers-only content

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