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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cae lic i dybied fod lang ardderchog, lawn o ymf'mdwyr-ail i PilgrimFeathers-ar fin hwylio o borthladd yr Hen Garfftua bro Plymouth; ymfud- ant, meddir at frodyr iddynt yno. Gorthrwm a'u gyr. Y maent yn meddwl fod urdd yn myned i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en newyn u au gwendid. Boren dydd MIun, gwelwyd hwy gan O ddwylaw yr agerlong Chester, oedd yn rhwym i Plymouth, gostyngwyd y bywyd-fad a chodwyd Y hwy i fyny, a dygwyd hwy, wedi bad yn marchog ymchwydd y don Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lechyd. Y mae y pregethwr Americanaidd poblogaidd, y Parch. Henry Ward Beecher, wedi gwrthod caniatau i'w gyflog fel bugail eglwys Plymouth, yn Brooklyn, gas1 ei godi o 12,500 o ddoleri i 20,000. isY mae y Parch. Alexander Leton, o Eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn mhbrthladdoedd Birkeahead, newydd gael en a gwerthu. Y Tarawodd long Americanaidd yn erbyn barque v Brydeinig, yn agos i Plymouth, y dydd o'r blaen, a v suddodd y ddiweddaf yn ddioed; boddodd y cad- o ben, dau ddyn, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Medd-, vliais ilawser.tro am ddw~eyd gair o banes Syr.Rabert Tcrrett DColliei, yr Attorney General. Ganwydef yn 1817, ac addysgwyd efyn Plymouth Gra*nn&ar School, ac yn Trinity College, Cambridgej Ile y- graddiodd iyn B.-A. yn 1841. :GalwyAd.i4ty bar,' yn Myrj:'nner Temple Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winstone Nonconformity

    recorded 98 although no conclusive evidence of any Methodist meeting in the parish has been found. 99 By 1885 the Plymouth Brethren had established a meeting 1 which flourished until the early 1960s . The meeting was led by Raymond

    Steyning Protestant nonconformity

    been taken over by Plymouth Brethren, 1 and it was still used for worship of a similar character in 1976 . The building is stuccoed with a three-bay pilastered and pedimented façade. Another congregation of Plymouth Brethren worshipped in a

    Enmore Nonconformity

    1889 . 97 The undenominational Gospel hall, built beside the Bridgwater road in 1901 , has been used by the Plymouth Brethren since the 1930s , 98 and in 1987 two services were held there each Sunday. Ibid. Q/RR meeting

    Newnham Nonconformity

    used for various secular purposes, 61 but for about fifteen years until c . 1962 served as a chapel for Plymouth Brethren. 62 The Congregational church, which had a resident minister by 1856 and until 1927, 63 was put up

    Warnham Nonconformity

    v. 717-22; W. Suss. Gaz . 17 Nov. 1977 . W.S.R.O., MP 1994 ; O.S. Map 6", Suss. XIII ( 1880 edn.) , wrongly describing it as belonging to Plymouth Brethren. W.S.R.O., Ep. I/22A/1 ( 1884 ). Ibid. SP 637.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAGG, James (d.1624), of Plymouth, Devon.

    BAGG, James (d.1624), of Plymouth, Devon. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1601 Plymouth 1604 Ofifces Held Comptroller of customs at Plymouth and Fowey; mayor, Plymouth 1595-6, 1605-6; v.-adm. Cornw. and Devon by 1624. Biography ‘One of the meanest representatives of Plymouth’, Bagg

    SLANNING, Nicholas (1523/24-83), of Plymouth, Devon.

    SLANNING, Nicholas (1523/24-83), of Plymouth, Devon. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1558 Plymouth 1559 Ofifces Held Town clerk, Plymouth by 1546-50 or later, coroner by 1552, mayor 1564-5. Biography Nicholas Slanning seems to have been meant to follow his father into the

    FANSHAWE, Robert (1740-1823), of Stone Hall, nr. Plymouth.

    Robert (1740-1823), of Stone Hall, nr. Plymouth. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1784 Jan. 1790 Ofifces Held Lt. R.N. 1759; cdr. 1762; capt. 1768. Ofifces Held Commr. of Plymouth dockyard 1790-1815. Biography Fanshawe was returned for Plymouth on the Admiralty interest as

    Plymouth

    Plymouth Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: 192 in 1831 Sir William CONGREVE, bt. 08 Mar. 1820 Sir Thomas BYAM MARTIN 08 Mar. 1820 Sir William CONGREVE, bt. 09 June 1826

    Plymouth

    Plymouth Borough Background Information HENRY STRETE 1510 JOHN BRYAN 1510 ROBERT BOWRING 1512 ... LEGH 1512 JOHN ORENGE 1515 (not known) 1515 (not known) 1523 THOMAS VOWELL 1529 JOHN POLLARD 1529 JOHN POLLARD 1536 (not known) 1536 JAMES HORSWELL

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (2): Nos. 200, 201, and 202 were numbered 141, 142, and 143 immediately following 199 in the Engraved List of 1750. The error was corrected in 1751. Meeting Places Mitre, Woolster Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1748 Mitre, Plymouth,Plymouth, Devonshire 1748

    A " Masters Lodge"

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places On Board His Majesty's Ship the 'Prince', Plymouth, Devonshire 1762 On Board His Majesty's Ship the 'Guadaloupe', Plymouth, Devonshire 1764

    no name is given

    Tavern, near Dock Yard," and in the Ahiman Rezons of 1804, 1807, and 1813, as at " Freemasons' Tavern, Plymouth," but there is no entry respecting it in the Registers after 31 Dec. Meeting Places [Place unknown], Plymouth, Devonshire 1763

    Lodge of Unity

    Town, Plymouth, Devonshire 1758 Red Lion, South Side Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1759 Three Crowns, South Side Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1763 Pope's Head, South Side Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1769 King's Arms, Vintry Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1777 Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, Plymouth,

    Prince George Lodge

    in List until 1751. Meeting Places Pope's Head, Pike Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1748 Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth, Devonshire 1763 Prince George, Foxhole Key, Plymouth, Devonshire 1781 Fountain Tavern, Grand Parade, Plymouth, Devonshire 1797 Guildhall, High Street, Plymouth, Devonshire 1806

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Catharine Carrol

    Details Catharine Carrol in religion Frances Joseph Died 1831 8 Dec in Plymouth

    Anne Coghlan

    Details Anne Coghlan in religion Mary Ann Died 1829 18 Mar in Plymouth father James Peter Coghlan mother Elizabeth Brown

    Clare Conyers

    Details Clare Conyers in religion Rosalia Clare Born 1749 Died 1833 30 Mar in Plymouth father Mr Conyers mother Dorothy Young

    Elizabeth Coulson

    Details Elizabeth Coulson in religion Mary Alfonsa Died 1815 13 May in Plymouth

    Ann Dawkes

    Details Ann Dawkes in religion Mary Felicitas Died 1823 5 Mar in Plymouth

 

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