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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Haberdashers Askes Schools

    apartments, and his son, for reasons not stated, was forbidden to enter the hospital on any account whatsoever. 2 Edward Rayne , the next schoolmaster, was not allowed to take boarders, although Purdy had apparently done so, but he was

    Birch Manors Little Birch Hall c . 1772

    of Easthorpe manor, and was succeeded by his son Thomas Elliott . Mark Mott (d. 1631), probably the rector of Rayne , acquired Great Birch manor, and left a third each to his three youngest daughters. 25 Thomas Kemp was

    Dedham Manors and other estates

    was held in demesne in 1086 by Roger of Ramis (d. 1087). 67 It later descended with the honor of Rayne . During the 12th century that fief was frequently divided into moieties representing the lines of Roger's grandsons Robert

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Marton

    de Stillington , occurs 1403 59 John de Goldsborough , occurs 1436 60 Robert Cave , resigned 1443 61 Henry Rayne , confirmed 1443 62 Christopher Latoner, confirmed 1506 63 John Caterik, confirmed 1519 64 George Davy, resigned 1531 65

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Little Dunmow

    Dunmow , £5 9 s . 31/2 d . in Burnham , £4 5 s . 91/2 d . in Rayne and £3 11 s . 8 d . in four parishes in London . Property was also owned in

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Wharfs and Keys.

    the saide Parties, to be caried: Assigned, and appointed the xxviijth Day of Auguste in the firste Yere of the Rayne of our Soverayne Lady Elizabeth , by the Grace of God, Quene of Englande, France , and Irelande, Defendour

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sq. Alfred Crowvquil ir S.e F Hallbdr-qbeuto*o~ru Baorry Cornwall Mfo . , hai John Poole, REsq. (the Author of "Paol Rayne, Bayly, Esq. ~~Benson Hill, Esq. Pry"1)I S Bearoey, Fsq. Leigh hunt,Esiq- 'litton Reynolds, Esq. Lansan Blanchoard, Esq, DoT a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price 21s. MEMOIRS OF A PRISONER OF STATE IN THE FORTRESS OF SPIELBERG. By ALEXANDER AND RAYNE, Fellow-Captive of Count CONFALONIERI. With an APPENDIX, by MARONCELLI, the Companion of SILYIO PELLICO Translated by FORTUNATO PRSAa4DI. Saunders and Otley, Conduit street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, merchants. CERTIFICATES-Ocronsa IS. J. C. Clarke, Water lane, Great Tower street, wine merchant -J. Cratcbett, Stread, GHluceserohire, pawnbroker-N. R Rayne, Haugwtitn, Northumberland, paper tnanufacturer-F. Bayntun, Bath, surgeon. SCOTCi SEQUESTRATIONS. W. Meldram, Dunfernaline, manufacturer-W. Thomson, Kiughorn, Fifnshire, carpenter. Ft dray, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quartertnaster, vice C. Grant, who retires upon half-pay-26th Foot: G. E. P. 'Irent, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Rayne, who retires -30th Foot: Lieut. C. B. Browne, from 84tlh Foet, to be ltieut. sice Tongue, promoted, without purchase, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to lead to the establishment of extensive smelting works, and a superior pig-iron is manufacture(i. On Saturday two men, named Rayne and Gladders, were appre- hended by the Durham county police, on suspicion of the murder of Mr Stirliog, the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAPELL, Henry I (d.1588), of Little Hadham, Herts. and Rayne, Essex.

    of Little Hadham, Herts. and Rayne, Essex. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 1563 Ofifces Held ?Capt. on Scottish campaign 1560; j.p. Essex from 1575, q. c.1583, j.p.q. Herts. from 1577; sheriff, Essex 1579-80, Herts, 1585-6. Biography The Capell or Capel family came

    CAPELL, Henry II (1579-1622), of Little Hadham, Herts.; later of Rayne, Essex.

    Little Hadham, Herts.; later of Rayne, Essex. Constituency Dates Boston 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex by 1622. Biography Capell’s return for Boston is explained by an entry in the minute book of the corporation under 1 Oct. 1601:Henry Capell, at

    CAPELL, Sir Henry (1505-58), of Ubley, Som.

    leases and all his household stuff at London. He bequeathed to his brother and heir Edward the contents of his houses at Rayne and Stebbing, Essex, and Little Hadham, Hertfordshire, and appointed him, together with the Marquess of Winchester, overseer.[footnote]

    CAPELL, Sir William (by 1448-1515), of London.

    the will, which was proved six months later by the executors, his wife and son-in-law William Paulet. The manors of Rayne, Essex, bought by Capell in 1486 and settled on his son in 1512, and Little Hadham, Hertfordshire, bought in

    BAYNARD, Richard (c.1371-1434), of Messing, Essex.

    on both sides of the Blackwater estuary, including the manors of Messing, Birch Hall and ‘Le Castle’ and property in Rayne, Copford and Tey. These Richard inherited in 1375 at the age of four, following the deaths of his father

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 April 1826, 20 April 1826

    whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Farmers, Rayne & Traders, and resident Inhabitants of the Parishes of Rayne Culsalmond: and Culsalmond, Aberdeenshire, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed : And also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    Kintore; Kildrummy; Fyvie; 11. Inverness-shire; County of Sutherland ; and Monquhitter, 19th April, 207.—Tartland and Logie Coldstone; Ellon; jg. Crathie; Rayne; Forgue; Kinclaven; Foveran; Garioch ; Keithhall ; Methlie; Peterhead ; Clatt; Monymusk; and Kemnay; and of Parish of King Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1827, 30 March 1827

    have agreed to it Corn Laws, Petitions for Protection in case of Alteration of: (Keith, &c:) Ellon: Cruden & Slain*: Rayne: Kincardine O'Neil. Foreign Flour; Peti¬ tion from Plymouth against Im¬ portation of. Freeman's Bill. Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    — County of Sutherland ; and of Montgomery, 212. — Landholders of Keith, &c.; Ellon ; Cruden and Slains ; Rayne ; and Kincardine O'Niel, 220. — Owners of Land in Stamford ; Leominster; County of Haddington ; Driffield Agricultural Subscribers-only content

    18 June 1834, 18 June 1834

    Cawdor. Comes Burlington. Church Pa¬ tronage, (Scotland,) Pet" of Kirk Session of Rayne agst Alteration of. Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Kirk Session of Rayne, in the County of Aberdeen, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying Subscribers-only content

 

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