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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chale

    passed to the Raleigh family, with whom it descended until the 16th century. 57 Henry de Raleigh and Mabel his wife settled the manor in 1302 on their son John and Joan his wife. 58 From John Raleigh , who

    Stoke Newington Protestant nonconformity

    Year Bk . ( 1951 ). Inf. from ch. sec. 1981 . Para. based on Raleigh Memorial Cong. ch. 'Hist. of our first Hundred Years'; Raleigh Chron . (diamond jubilee booklet, S.N.L. 18.1, LC 2454). G.R.O. Worship Reg . no.

    Parishes Nettlecombe

    confirmation, to Lucy, widow of Thomas de Raleigh of Devon , his wife's cousin. 88 It probably descended through William de Raleigh (d. c . 1325) and his son Thomas to John de Raleigh who in 1362 held the estate,

    Parishes Ullenhall

    beautifully wooded park. The estate was bought by Robert Knight, Lord Luxborough (afterwards Earl of Catherlough), from his second cousin Raleigh Knight in 1730 . From 1739 to 1756 Lady Luxborough 2 lived here, apart from her husband, and made

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    Nether Stowey manor. 25 In 1236 William de Raleigh held Dunwear in demesne, 26 Thomas de Raleigh in 1284 -5 and 1303, 27 Lucy de Raleigh in 1316 , and Thomas de Raleigh before 1342. 28 Thomas's unnamed heirs were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nos; B unanaberthiad lendivaidd; Meuego Park ydtoitbiwr; igydd a'r Ysgybwr Simneiau; SwynodSenph; Y r r Gwarchdlu' Ceffl Ysbeigar; DylanwadDychymyg, _ Raleigh. "DY mae yr lawon gonyf welcd Mr. Pary, yn y 'dyfryn aiwn; wedi llwyddo i uno y difvyr a'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SwyzerSeirpbh.Y (wrehodli, Y : Ceffyl Ybeilsgar - Dylanwad, Dychymiyg; d Dymion mawr o ddechrenad bychan; Oriau olaf, Syr Walter 0 Raleigh. h 0 IY se 7VIlawentenytw eledr-Parry, yn yllyfryalhwrn LO wedhlwyddoxin y difyr a'r adeiladol mor hanus, fel -y 'mae, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seirph; Y Gwarchodlu; Y Ceffyl Ysbeilgear ; Dylanwad Dyolsy yg; Dynion mawr o ddechreuad bychan; Otiau olaf Syr , Wlter Raleigh. "Y mae yn llawen genyf weled lfr. Parry, yn y llyfryn hwn, wedi llwyddo iuno y-difyr a'r adeiledolorbhapus, -fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Simeian; Swyo Seiph; Y Gwarchodlu; Y' Ceffyl Ysbeilgar; Dylanwad Dyhymyg;: Dynion mawr o ddechreuad bychan; Oriau olaf Syr al ter Raleigh. ; 0 R Y mae yn ilairen genyf weed Mr. Parry, yn y:31yfryn lawn, wedi llwyddo i no y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y'Cigydd a'rYagiihivrSiiznalaa; 6wynn Seirph'Yy I' eblarendu;, Y'ce<eyl:- YbLseilgar, faylayag A Dyet yg.; Dynion-mawr a ddeehreuad hyohan;- Oriaul olaf SBr--walter: D Raleigh. . 'T":matYn ilawan genyf waled lX. Parry, oyn lyfryn li<wn,. wvdiTl od-iano y difylr a'tadeiladol mor pus.a fel ymae: Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Franciscus Bright, 26/6/1628

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 181536 Linked to person: Bright, Francis 1628-1640 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bright Forename Franciscus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 26/6/1628 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical


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