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  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of illustrations

    The township measured c . 1½ mile N.-S. by c . ½ mile E.-W., which accords with the Domesday fig.: Rackham , Ancient Woodland , 113, 115. B.L . Add. MS. 50121, p. 105; Eyton , ix. 145. V.C.H. Salop

    Henfield Manors and other estates

    sued for dower in what appears to have been Woods mill, which later belonged to it. The plaintiff, Emma of Rackham , had been the wife of William Grand , 13 presumably an ancestor of the Robert Grant who had

    Madeley Economic history Coalbrookdale

    S.R.O. 2280/14 /2, nos. 9, 20. Cf. Rackham , Ancient Woodland , 120. P.R.O., C 6/10/60 . P.R.O., E 315/94, f. 12v. For uses, etc., of oak, ash, and crab s ee Rackham , op. cit. 162-6, 206, 300, 355-6.

    Fugglestone St Peter

    in Quidhampton had pasture in West Meade , Comynham, and Kingsmeade, and the Avon tenants had pasture in Chekeland and Rackham . It seems unlikely that there were two sets of meadows called West Meade , Comynham, and Kingsmeade. The

    Index A-J

    Gotwick , see Rusper Goulburn , Arthur R., Grange , man., see Cowfold : Oakendene Grant (Grand) : Emma, see Rackham Jn. (d. 1301 × 1309), Jn. (fl. 1451), Mich. , n Nic. (fl. 1311 × 1332), and n Nic.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stevdnton, Southampton, farmer. Attornies, Messrs.. Sandys, Horior, and ioarke, Crsne-court. J. Trowinea, Craoiley, W'orcestershire, gun-barrel-maker, At- tornies, Messr-..Still, Strong5 and Rackham, Lincoli's Inn. D. Rose, North'ield, Worcestershire, dealer in cattle. Attornies, Mlekars. Fladgite and NNeeld, Easex-street, Strand. T. iSpirshot, BIackman-street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUSIKESSESFOR SALE (could,). ofO', Mile. p1 higih cas opflroc Tailoring llrtvines&s in the best F -firoohl-~ n 110i~d'torocto, Led ,, ecek. R-ntal c:-!e -., ArlIiser-se goil, abod-ddes 70, Daly Post. c72?7S irr Parto -irl. on foPl work, a TMsnlofletorIng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EAR Di8EASE-Pereoauesanfering fromn deafness, noises, or any of three diseases peculiar to the eer have an oasportunity of coneartittg lir. Rackham. in Birmingham. For pertFL Wnays, refer to the advertising columns. 1370 CH3ANGE or' Smtsozc.-Gentlenmer reciuiir a charge In their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DisSIL-Persons suffering from deafners, noises, or any of those disaseas peculiar to the er bave an rpportunitiy of coneulLieg l'r. Rackham In nirmingbanw. FrO pacticular, refer to she advertising columno. lao 6mea A lrg sppy f onenraedEsene f amic The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISEASS,-Persons suffering froru deernesE, nolees, or soy of those diceeose peculiar to tho car, have an oppo~rinnity of consulting lMr. Rackham In Birmingham. Per tioulars will he found In our advertising columns. 210 2481 The Oj~iciu2 lmluefo'fe( l0uidc to the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K, L, 01 March 1720-31 December 1721

    -, privateers called in, 213. -, privateersmen, liable to turn pirates, 213. -, Proclamations, 459. -, quit rents, 459. -, Rackham, John, pirate, trial and execution of, 288, 340, 523, 523 i. -, Receiver General. See Mill, Richard. -, Revenue,

    Treasury Minutes, July 1718, 1-31, 01 July 1718-31 July 1718

    half pay: my Lord Lieutenant's report [thereon is read ] favouring the same. Agreed to. (Delivered ut supra. ) Ensign Rackham: the like [report ] . Agreed to. (Delivered ut supra. ) George Mosse [his petition praying ] for half

    Index, P, Q, R, 01 March 1720-31 December 1721

    Pirates , 463 iii, 515, 516, 527 i; and see Anstead, Thomas; Roberts B.; Read, Mary; Vane; Bonnay; England; Warner; Rackham. -, Anguilla, 28, 32 i. -, Antigua, ship taken by, 501. -, Bahamas, 224, 390, 498. -, -, increase

    Preface

    Barnet" fell in with and took John Rackham and his crew (288). They were tried and executed at St. Jago de la Vega on Nov. 16, 1720 (340, 463 iii, 523, 523 i). Rackham, Vane, Anne Bonnay, and Mary Reid

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    captain, French pensioner in Ireland, 407. Quit Rents . See Ireland, Virginia. R R., R. , letter about frauds, 18. Rackham , John, ensign, afterwards lieutenant, half pay for, 88, 509. Radcliffe , Sir Ralph, of Hitchin, renewal of lost

 

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