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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PULESTON, Robert (by 1526-83), of Caernarvon, Caern. and Bersham, Denb.

    a younger brother, but Puleston received some property there, including a house in Caernarvon. It was, however, with Denbighshire that Puleston was to be chiefly concerned and at Bersham that he was to settle. (The Robert Puleston, ‘gentleman’, appearing in

    PULESTON, Roger I (bef.1542-87), of Emral, Worthenbury, Flints.

    niece of the lord chancellor.[footnote]As the son of another Roger Puleston this man was distinguished from his father during his young manhood by the designation ‘the younger’. The Roger Puleston on the commissions of the peace in Flint in 1562

    PULESTON, Roger II (c.1566-1618), of Emral, Worthenbury, Flints.

    Aylmer. Aylmer was unfortunate enough to serve a subpoena on Puleston while the House was sitting, ‘to answer unto a bill ... containing almost 40 sheets of paper’, and Puleston raised the matter in the House, 12 Feb. 1589. Though

    PULESTON, Sir Roger (1663-97), of Emral, Worthenbury, Flints.

    Chancery. Eventually, in 1725, his son, Thomas Puleston, obtained a private Act to enable him to sell the Chirk property which Puleston had obtained through his first marriage. Other lands in Denbighshire, in Puleston hands since the early 16th century,

    PULESTON, Robert (by 1526-83), of Plas ym Mers, Denb.

    which began in 1569 and was later removed to Chancery, was brought by John Puleston (probably his distant cousin of Hafod y wern, Wrexham) against Robert Puleston and Sir John Salusbury† of Lleweni, who were accused of corrupting the jury

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    Nathaniel Anderton George Bennion, John Thomason 1704-5 Edward Partington Daniel Peck , Thomas Houghton 1705-6 Edward Puleston John Stringer , Randle Holme (IV) 1706-7 Puleston Partington Thomas Davis , Francis Sayer 1707-8 Humphrey Page Thomas Williams, Joseph Hodgson 1708-9 James

    Memoir of William Page and list of his writings

    vii. The manuscripts of the Duke of Somerset , the Marquis of Ailesbury, and the Rev. Sir T. H. G. Puleston , bart . Pp. xvii, 410, [C.- 8552 ] H.C. ( 1897 ) LI , Pt. ii, 1. 1898.

    Hornsey , including Highgate Churches

    granted the chapel, as a concealed chantry, 22 to John Farnham . 23 Farnham soon sold his title to Roger Puleston , the school's receiver general, who in turn conveyed it to the governors. 24 The school's statutes of 1571

    Parliamentary history 1529-1629

    returned Seymourites. They included one of the family, John Seymour ( 1589 ); two of Hertford 's lawyers, Wheler and Puleston ( 1584 and 1586); his steward and one of his receivers: and, in 1601 , Levinus Munck , Robert

    Bradford Hundred The Hundred of Bradford c. 1831 Bradford Hundred

    Gt. Wytheford (incl. Edgebolton and Muckleton ), and 1/2 L. Wytheford. Chetwynd (incl. Bearstone ), Howle , Moreton Corbet , Puleston , Sambrook (incl. Ellerton ), Stockton , and until some time between 1255 and 1285 1/2 Lawley . V.C.H.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf, yn yr Albion lnl11, o dan lywyddiaeth Mr. J. lI. Puleston, er cynorthwyo yr amcan o gael trysorfa o gan' punt i gystadlu am dani rhwng corau Gogledd a Dehendir Cymry, yn y Palas Gwydr, yr haf nesaf. Yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgol Gymreig yn LIundain, yr wythnddai- ,weddaf, mewn cysylttiaha hirni'n er anrhyd- eddu ei 'hagori'd. tlywyddid! c Mr. J. H. Puleston, ac anerchwyd y cyfa4od gan y Parch. j: Griffith, peMigior Cnstelined4; Mr :,Osborne lorgan, A'S.,'y cadeiryyrlc eraill. Dywedaiy'Parch. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    delynau, gan Mri. W. Ryle Davies, a D. Ivor Jones. Adroddiad o "Athrofa y Bala," (Glan Alun) gan Master J. Puleston Jones, yn gampus. Unawd ar y piano, gan Miss Edwards, College. " Maelgwyn Vaughan," gan ran o'r College Glee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhai yn garedig a wasanaethasant wrth y o byrddau. Ar ol y te eymerwyd y gadair gan J. H. y Puleston, Ysw., yn cacl ei gynorthwyo gan S. Evans, g Ysw., boneddigion o Gymry, o waed a chalon, ag sydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Ddinbycb, maee igenymi yr wythnos hon i hysbysu fod Mr. '3 P.uleston wedii cilioa 'r maes..: Nid oeddym, am fynydYn'peitsof.obarthii didkgelwoh eisteddle M1Tr.' sborne:Morgan, ond dylai Mr. Puleston g deimlo ei fod, er'.ei fwyn ei hun, wedi gweith- I Subscribers-only content


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