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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bromwich Education

    West Bromwich ); below p. 140. P.O. Dir. Staffs . ( 1845 ; 1850). Both give the president's surname as Ragnall , but Thos. Bagnall is evidently the man referred to. W.B.L., Min. Bk. of West Bromwich Institution 1836-56 ,

    Ecclesiastical history

    Michaelmas Day . 258 Saints' days were observed not only by absence from work, but also by divine service. John Ragnall of St. Aldate's, Oxford , cited in 1584 for bowling during divine service, confesses that he did bowl on

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MELLISH, Reason (1627-88), of Ragnall, Notts.

    (1627-88), of Ragnall, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire 1685 Ofifces Held Commr. for sewers, Hatfield chase Aug. 1660, assessment, Notts. 1661-80, j.p. liberties of Southwell and Scrooby 1664, Notts. 1681-Feb. 1688; dep. lt. Notts. ?1685-Feb. 1688. Biography Mellish came from a

    HERCY, John (by 1499-1570), of Grove, Notts.

    her husband’s goods to which she was entitled. The lordship of Grove passed into the Neville family, through the marriage of Hercy’s sister Barbara with George Neville of Ragnall, to whom the administration of the will was granted in 1572.[footnote]

    STANHOPE, Sir Richard (c.1374-1436), of Rampton, Notts.

    the Leicester Parliament of 1414. Other complaints about his rapacious behaviour were then voiced by the tenants of Darlton and Ragnall in Nottinghamshire, who accused him of depriving them of common grazing land by enclosure; and by Agnes, the widow

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1702/3

    East Drayton Location: East Drayton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): East Drayton (Drayton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Monk [Monck] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Dunham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Ragnall(Ragnall) : undefined Location: East Drayton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): East Drayton (Drayton) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.3674

    Munck] Role: defendant Details: male; churchwarden of Ragnall Location: Dunham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Ragnall(Ragnall) : chapelry Participant: Thomas Allanson [Allison] Role: defendant Details: male; churchwarden of Ragnall Location: Dunham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Ragnall(Ragnall) : chapelry Participant: Francis Parker [Parker] Role:

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, R, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    money for Viscount Conway's building at 200 ton of timber taken to, for building and Luddington, wheatsowing to begin at Ragnall , Henry, of Southwark, smith, information against to be brought before Sir J. Williamson Rahin , lands in, caveat Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, September 1678, 01 September 1678-30 September 1678

    [ Ibid. p . 540. ] Sept. 7. The information of Joseph Roode, framework knitter, taken before Secretary Williamson. Henry Ragnall of Southwark, smith, having bought a silk stocking frame, removed it to his own house without first giving notice Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1541-45

    gent. Messuage, called Sonnybanke with lands in Gretland and Eland. William Huett Brian Sandford Manor of Thorpe Salvyn als . Ragnall and lands in the same, also the advowson of Thorpe Salvin church and of the chantry there. Arthur Darcy

    Index of places

    Quyck , 267, 382. Quycke , 287. Qwhernby , 214. R. Raffulleshall als . Rowthehall als . Dryffild , 382. Ragnall als . Thorpe Salvyn , 11. Ranfeld , 79, 217. Raskell , 45, 119. Rastrik , 79. Rastrop ,

    Cases before the Committee, June 1646, 01 June 1646-30 June 1646

    to the troubles of the times, no profit has been had for 5 years. No order. 181 714 Rob. Mellish, Ragnall, Co. Notts. 21 June 1646. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 205 107 C. 205 111 L.C.C. 205 113 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1803, 19 April 1803

    " Open Meadow, Common Paftures, Moors, Com- " mons and Wafte Grounds, in the feveral Townfhips " of Dunham and Ragnall, and within the Parifh, " Manor, and Soke of Dunham, in the County of " Nottingham ;" to which Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1803, 20 April 1803

    Arable Fields, Open Meadow, Common Paftures, " Moors, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, in the " feveral Townfhips of Dunham and Ragnall, and with- " in the Parifh, Manor, and Soke of Dunham, in the " County of Nottingham." Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1803, 22 April 1803

    Arable Fields, Open Meadow, Common Paftures, " Moors, Commons, and Wafte Grounds, in the feveral " Townfhips of Dunham and Ragnall, and within the 'f Parifh, Manor, and Soke of Dunham, in the County " of Nottingham," was committed; " Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1803, 4 May 1803

    Fields, Open Meadow, Common Paftures, Moors, " Commons, and Wafte Grounds, in the feveral Town- " fhips of Dunham and Ragnall; and within the Parifh, " Manor, and Soke of Dunham, in the County of Not- " tingham ;" and Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1803, 17 May 1803

    (C cc it cc cc «c " of Dunham and Ragnall, and within the Parifh, Manor, " and Soke of Dunham, in the County of Nottingham" " An Act for dividing, allotting, and enclofing the " Open and Common Fields, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    members of theWrstriscop as choose to avail themselves of their services. BIISTON. PERTTY SESSIONs.-At this Court, on Saturday, before Captain Ragnall and the 11ev. HI. S. Fletcher, Robert. Podsnore, a bisot builder, from New Village, was charged with boating his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    walle of Mr. Smith's house.-At the Public Office, Went Bromwich, on Saturday last, before Thomas Boding- ton and J. N. Ragnall, Esqlamn a abourer named George Gardener voan brought up charged witf etealing a p cin of the bacon of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    epoke of the soldierly ettaiamenta of his man, and desired to express publicly his deep obligation to Qeartermester Bowen. Captain Ragnall then congratulated his men en the good opinion thab had been formed of thom by Major Dick, the Go- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Holland, ditto.0 10 I Williamn Wh~ite, ditto.0 10 0 Dickford Smnith, Davey and Pryer, Cornwall 0 12 0 Thomaos Ragnall, jim. 5 5 0 Thomas Seleedon, Blieston.I 1I0 Thoarsa Sheldon's Workmen, ditto . 11 0 W. andi C. Wynn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pewlog, Gallery Timbers, Iron Columns. Stairsgood Oak PulpitOomnnunion, Gaedittings, and a complete Waruding Appitratus.- For particulars, apply in Round and Ragnall, Baildera, Oldbtu y. eO=d ORSAE few tens of old Galvanised Corrugated SHEET F M k ten Offthe Lodo and Subscribers-only content

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