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  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Hengist

    Number (1832): 230 Lodge Number (1863): 195 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places New Inn, Pokesdown, Christchurch, Hampshire 1770 White Hart, Barrack Road, Christchurch, Hampshire 1786 George Inn, Castle Street, Christchurch, Hampshire 1801 Masonic Hall,

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1586, 01 January 1586-31 December 1586

    William Randoll, of Newhaven, Sussex, Thomas Ayers, of Bobington, Dorset, John Boys, of Gatcome, Isle of Wight, Richard Morris, of Pokesdown, Christchurch, John Francke, of Hastings, gentleman, Richard Brayman, of the Isle of Wight, butcher, Henry Bonvild and William Grove,

    Index, P

    400. Governor of, 561. Poiland. See Poland. Poile. See Poland. Points , Sir John, 457. Pointz , Sir Nicholas, 421. Pokesdown , Christchurch, 326. Poland (Poile or Poiland), 357, 361 362. King of, 8, 9. Maximilian competitor for the kingdom

    Index, M

    King of, letters requested from the Queen to be sent to, 596. Morris (Morrice): Edward, letter from, 597. Richard, of Pokesdown, 326. Morryson , Thomas, Deputy Clerk of the Pipe, order to, 258. Mortality , bills of, 212, 218. Mortepaiez

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Wife, as Carears or any lc of Trust: no family; ' age 37 and 3& -Addres ofLvi,losebery Road. Pokesdown, Bouremnouth. 69548_ MAX, used to horse; -ait as cable: eseru; reessmesded by clergy-mao.-Pcttit, 45, Francis RoW, Edgbaston. 6649 AU'IANITFACTURER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nAy, Totland 1May, Isle of Wight, builder. Wrt.LeAse SNOOie, Sonthsen, jeweller. WILLIAnM A. GSSAvYrEr, Waterloo, Hants, grocer. JojrN WATroN, Of Pokesdown, in Clhristchlurch, Rants. out of business, foumenly grocer and baker and licensed vicuafler. Rieouein inEmY, residing at Stiltlngton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pier andgardens.- Ben W~yors, West Cliff. 90 DOUBIUEMOUTITL-To Let. furnished, Sitting and two or three BII ed Booms. Charges moderute.-Clisiden, Pokesdown, Bounen. Mouth. C9lliS -nOURNEMUTEL-Saonbury.first-class Boarding Establish. A.0 eat noed or ts omfrt;and extellent ouisine. Close to seea tr- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    firm ule .was the first condition of happiness. - i; A ,&ou LvMno.-The Bev. E. D. Beniwon; Vicar of 10 Pokesdown a suburb of Bournemouth, has just resigned his7liveb unmder circumstances byno means cgeditaWble either to the district or the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. 21.Fis Shres.£l0 pai.- C a"BPos~tet isF R Sale, about £6103. in Share in Sa.ow EatBidn leFOocet.Take £M0 eash.-G. Wilson, Pokesdown, Borne 96 1AU~TEII.--For Sate, three good sprn onWgs;stae -t arytretona each.-Fr rpatrticulars, appy.. ig Richards, Birobdield Oldbory.-t6 -][DEA fori Subscribers-only content

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