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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Minster and its precincts THE MINSTER AND ITS PRECINCTS

    St. John -del- Pyke in 1365 and its parish may well have been that part of Minster Yard marked by the Ordnance surveyors on their plan of 1852 as 'attached to the parish of St. John -del- Pyke in 1365

    Parishes Upavon

    and an east down for 400 sheep. 274 In 1539-40 'Cokkesplace' was divided between Pyke 's farm, 6 yardlands, and Pudsey 's farm, 11/2 yardland. 275 Pyke 's comprised all the east-side land, said to amount to 146 a. although

    Over Stowey Church

    . 25 Some bench ends are in the Perpendicular style and the brass chandelier of 1775 is by Street and Pyke of Bridgwater . 26 There is glass by Hardman of Birmingham dated 1857 and 1902 in the chancel, and

    Parishes Great Somerford

    abstr. of title, 1785. Ibid. 542/12, copy will of John Pyke . Ibid. 106/1, p. 64; 542/23, copy wills of Wm. Pyke , 1794, Thomas Pyke , 1815, Hen. Pyke , 1888; W.A.M . xxxi. 298, 319-20. W.R.O. 106/1, pp.

    The seventeenth century Topography and population

    34.5 25. St. Margaret 35 20 55 36.3 3. St. Martin -cum-Gregory 49 2 51 3.9 23. St. John -del- Pyke 32 16 48 33.3 24. St. Helen with St. Cuthbert 25 19 44 43.2 14. St. Mary , Bishophill,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. Crutched Friars.

    Statutis, Determinationis hereafter folowing. Also, that no Brother nor Sistur of the said Fraternite from hensforth fray not, unssay, ne Pyke bare, nor quarrel one with another, nor have any slaunderous or rebukfull Wordis or Disfamation one ageynst another; uppon

    Book 5, Chapter 12 [Sadlers. Carpenters.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Cordwainers.]

    Tenour; That no Cordwainer or Cobler, be he within Franchise or without, make any Shoes, Galoshes, or Huseaus, with any Pyke or Poleyn, that should pass the Length of two Inches , to be judged by the Wardens or Governours

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    devised, or hereafter to be made or devised, take and kill any young Brood, Spawne or Fry of Eels, Salmon, Pyke or Pyckerel, or of any other Fish, in any Floodgate, Pipe, or the Tayl of any Mill, Weare ,

    Book 1, Chapter 9 Orders for the THAMES.

    shall sell, utter, or take any Fish, contrary to the ancient Assize set down by Decree, viz. Inches . Pyke XIV Barbel XII Salmon XVI Trowte VIII Tench VIII Roche } VI } } Dace Flounder Fish not yet

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES, L 0. On Saturdly se'nnigiblt an alarming fire broke out in. Newtolt rtreet, Iigll-Holborno It commenced in ihe stable of Messr,. P~aencer, featber-bedrmakers, whose boy had been-in tsfe stable itnrtliately under the manufactory. Aboet ten o'clock fie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strict cUstody utaihi li.M leelv's pleasure be knowni. Oni Ivedllez;day, Janmes Hoy, aged 35, was chrged with vio- lating Liiz;beth Pyke, a child ontder ten years ofuage 'Ile gill Stared thie circunkstaflces of the case. Slie wus afierlwards elm- I;4loyed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Abbotts, Essex, dealer. [Eicke, Old Broad street. Barnet, Sheerness, draper. [Ashlield, Lawrence lane, Cheapside. f, Plaw, Fulham, carpenter. [Richardson and Pyke, Golden square. T. Fprke, Ratcliffe, linen-draper. [Fisher, Walbrook buildiogs. 1i Folks, Well's yard, Goodman's fields, smith. [Baddeley, Goodman's f. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    & Co. Southasopton buildings, Chan- ceery lane. W. Chapman, Allensmore, lierefordshire, timber merchant. [Robinson, Queen at. plate,~ S~outhwark bridge. T1. Pyke, Liverpool, corn merchant. [Leigh, George at. Mansion house. J. Baxter, Longliam, Norfolk, builder [Clarke & Medealf, Lincoln's inn. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T% VOCALISTS and PIANISTS studying for the Stage, T the Concert Room, asTeachers, oras Amateurs.-Mr JiOSEPH DE PIN NA (Composer of " What Fairy-like Music," Ad Gaily chant the Summer Birds," and several other popular Compositions) having been honoured Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 February 1727, 26 February 1728

    to the proper Officers, that the Accompts " delired be laid before this Houfe." Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Pyke Gentle-tignef'r man; praying, In Confideration he has already fuf-Day of " fered almofl Four Years Imprifonment for the Coftjgf Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1728, 31 January 1729

    Day of February next. Widow Pyke Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Fyke, Widow and Adminiftratrix of Thomas Pyke Gentleman, deceafed; praying Liberty, fo far only to amend the Appeal of the faid Thomas Pyke, as that the Petitioner may Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1728, 18 February 1729

    and Ed- JJeeforWidow Pyke to give Security for ward Dee Gentlemen; praying, "In regard Thomas Coils, and Time to an- iVvcr. c< Pyke, who lodged an Appeal laft Seffion of Parlia¬ ment, is fince dead, that Elizabeth Pyke, his Widow, Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1728, 21 February 1729

    Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 3*9 And being withdrawn: It is Ordered, That the further Hearing the faid Caufe be adjourned till To-morrow, at Eleven a Clock. Adjourn. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prsefens Parliamen- tum continuandum effe Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1728, 14 March 1729

    the Direction of the Houfe." Pyke ruerfus Chittey & al. 1, The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- " pointed, for hearing the Caufe wherein Elizabeth " Pyke, Widow of Thomas Pyke Gentleman, deceafed, " is Subscribers-only content


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