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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1540, 1-10, 01 June 1540-10 June 1540

    Wm. Popley to Mr. Northe. R. O. Desires him to pay the rent of Yatton to his cousin Grene. The parson has complained to the duke of Norfolk about it. If he will help him at this his need, Popley

    Declared Accounts 1707, Transport Service, 01 January 1707-31 December 1707

    0 4 The Mary Ann (Robert Bland, master) 542 12 8 The Panther (Thomas Cleeves, master) 456 4 11 The Popley frigate (John Pennington, master) 1,053 5 10 The Preservation (Thomas Lunns, master) 768 0 3 The Phoenix (Peter Saunders,

    Index, P

    (3), 1247 (1), 1249, 1255, 1266 (17), 1546, 1562 (2). - -, nuncio of, letter to, 1473. -, -, 1530. Popley , Robert, 1332, 1338, 1369, 1500 (2, 3). Porcier , Captain , 744. Portereau , 141 (2), 322 (2),

    Elizabeth, October 1563, 21-31, 16 October 1563-31 October 1563

    which at last he had restored. Copy. Endd. by Challoner : 23 Oct. [ sic ] 1563. Sent by Robert Popley, my servant. Pp . 3. Oct. 23. 1333 . The Earl of Murray to Cecil. Received his letter, and

    Letters and Papers, May 1539, 1-5, 01 May 1539-31 May 1539

    I will go through with my lord Admiral. More offers 60 l . for Soberton. I will speak to Mr. Popley for an answer to the letter, "which I think will be much ado this Parliament time." Thinks if any

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury Charities

    the charity was placed under the administration of the trustees of the Municipal Charities (see above). Joan Popley 's Charity. In 1570 Joan Popley gave 20 messuages in Basinghall Street, London , for the relief of the poor of Salisbury

    Salisbury City government, 1612-1835

    the poor, and fines for drunkenness were in that year assigned to the same purpose. 108 The rents from Joan Popley 's lands were frequently applied to the relief of the poor, generally for the term of one year. 109

    Tidenham including Lancaut Economic history

    between the road and the Severn just south of Offa's Dyke . 53 In Sedbury were Sedbury field, 54 and Popley field near Pennsylvania . 55 Open fields in the east of the parish included Rudgeley (or Okenstub) field between

    Parishes Somerton Somerton , 1971 Somerton parish (excluding Kingsmoor ), 1806

    at least until 1531. 188 Johnson sold the manor to William Popley in 1536 , though he was still credited with property in the parish in 1538 . 189 Popley , of Chitterne All Saints ( Wilts .), sold the

    Index

    Lucius III Popham , Hen., 29, 185; Joan, 185; Marg., see Read; Margery, m. Thos. Hampden, 185; Steph., 185, 189 Popley , Joan, 111, 112, 169, 171, 172, 173 Port , John a, 104, 125, 126, 127 Portehors , Hervey,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. | I.IEGAMI TOY. A Tjnriary FaLL-At noon yesterday a young an, named Whieldson, met with a serious accident. Ho was engaged en the roof of a new building in Clapton Terrace, when ho missed his footink and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stealing a quantity of qweets, value aboat 2s. 6L, tho property of Williani Sharp, 4eor Street. 1C)BItMEfY FROM puts Pmnresox.-iZlizobetl Popley (25), prostitute, V IXaa1hi Road, eras sent to gaol for one Montih for stealing 15s. from the ijerson of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Twenty eighth edition. Pp. 348. "Christ the- Creator and Redeemer of Mankind, and God' the Christin's Father," by W. A. Popley (Elliot-Stock). Pp. 214. Home Acting for Amateurs, " six original comediettas, - by. Nella Parker (Wa~rne and Co.) " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Eighth of Novem- sh I her, at the following Places: -Mr. Hope, Provis:onal Assignee, p ighley. Leeds; Mr. Walker, Popley Hlouse, near Leeds, Aferobant, sheep o and Mr. Turner, Woolstapler, Itoebd.le, the Trade Assignee; caused Ai___ r. Heston, Rochdale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f il the 2nd let,., at the parish church, Halifax, by the Venerable at Archdeacon Msusgrave, D.D., JAMES WVseiaAle, Esq , of Heuatlifild, w terrace, SkIrcoat, to HANNAH, daughter of the late Wa. Dit-woxssTT, Y oEsq., Ovenden, near halifax. Subscribers-only content

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