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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects and places

    48, 114, 127, 152, 202, 211. Race , Glasgow, 51; cups for, 54; foot, 196. Raisins , gift of, 412. Ramshorn , 349. Reader in Laigh Kirk , 46. Rebellion , 277 8, 502; in 1685, 376, 385, 387, 392,

    Historical preface, 1603-8

    then reserved to him out of the teind sheaves of the burgh acres, St. Tenewis croft, Broomielaw croft, Paleowne croft, Ramshorn, Meadowflat, Swanisyett, Crubbis, Deanside, Provandside, Langcroft, Dowhill, Eaglesham croft, Cropnestock, Kincleyth, Heucroft, Roundcroft, certain yards adjacent to the city,

    Index, A-D

    charge of kirk, 343. precentor of, a64. Little St. Mungo church, 59, 362. St. Andrew's church, 176. St. David's (North-West, Ramshorn) church, 176, 282, a68, a74. St. Enoch's church, 43, 176. St. George's (West) church, 176. St. James' church, 176.

    Index, M-Z

    , master, physician, 25. Rae (Raa), Robert, bailie, 288. William, bishop. See "Clergy." Ramsay , Robert, A.M., minister. See "Clergy." Ramshorn (Ramishorne, Rammishoren), 526, 250, a5, a33, a62. church. See "Churches." Randolph , 529. Rankine (Rankene, Rankyn), John, 541; deacon,

    Index, L - Z

    44. John, 71. Rae (Ray), regent in university, 356, 358, 359, 363, 365. Ramsay , Alexander of Dalwolsy, knight, 36. Ramshorn ( Rammishorne), 217, 229, 232. Rankelour-nether , James Makgill of, 163, 164, 186. Rankine (Rankyn, Rankene, Rankeine), John, 71.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, John II (aft.1345-1425), of Sodington, Worcs.

    the inheritance to young John. By settlements made in 1356 John had already obtained lands in Balterley, Biddulph, Fenton and Ramshorn, Staffordshire, from his aunt Margery (widow of William, Lord Blount and at that time the wife of Sir John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    without, very great inconvenience. They recommend (11) that the parishes of Alotonefield, Blore-with-Swinscoe, Calton- Calwich, Ellastone, Ilam, Mayfield, Okeover, Brestwood, Ramshorn, Stanton, Waterfall, Wetton, Woodhouses, and Wootton,in Staffordshire,and now intheAshbournGUnion, be constituted a contributoryiunion to becalledthe tfayfield Union, having the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTIONS. BIRIMINGIATM. The polling in the various wardds in the parish of Birjningham for the eico;tion of representatives to serve on the Birminghallm Board of Guardians! take place on Tuesday. Of the twelve wards in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WOOTTON PARK.-VALUABLE TIMBER. Thut Hasli TO BE SOLD BY AUCTIOAr, when By Mr. GALLIMORE, 11, At the Unwin Arms Inn, Ramshorn, near Ellaston, in the county of Stafford on Thursday the 31st day of March, 1825, at four o'clock in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turnbull, agent for Miss Unwin, of Wootton, appeared to appeal against the assessment of the woods belonging to her at Ramshorn; and Mr. Hollis, on by behalf of H. C. Okeover, Esq., also appealed against the n assessment of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Underwood, Dan. Mellor; Okeover, _ William Lees; Osmaston, William Brown; Parwich, Fran- H nel cis AIBop; Prestwood, Thos. C. Bell; Ramshorn, Thomas N Barnett; Rodsloy, Edwin Smith; Shirley, Joseph Massey; re chl, Sneilston, William Smith ; Stanton, William Finney ; Subscribers-only content

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