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You searched for: Place: Reading, Source type: Local Records

Found 161 matches across 3 resources.

  • * British History Online *

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    Charter XVI, Confirmation by Elizabeth of preceding Royal Charters (1581)

    originali . ] Inspeximus quasdam literas patentes confirmacionis dicti domini henrici sexti nuper Regis Anglie progenitoris nostri gerentes datum apud Reading vicesimo quinto die Marcij Anno regni sui tricesimo primo tam dicto Comiti Warwici & Anne quam predictis burgensibus ville

    Appendix, Artificers, Suppliers etc. of goods, 1563-77

    69 (23), 1575 76 (1, 1v); Anthony Webbe salter, 1575 76 (1); Richard White of Reading, Berks., bargeman, 1575 76 (1); William Mawbourne of Reading, Berks., bargeman, 1575 76 (1); Thomas Wilkes of Waltham St Lawrence (Laurence Walton), Berks., yeoman,

    Book 1, 1673

    Quarto die Novembris Anno Dni 1673 Annoque RR Caroli scdi Anglie & c xxv Robertus Bartlett filius Johannis Bartlett de Reading in Com Berks Clothworker po: se appren Roberto Ra yden Civi et Carpenter London et de minories Carpentar. pro

    Report on the Charities of the Clothworkers' Company, Part II

    42 blind persons of Newbury and Reading, or in London and other places. There is at present one blind person claiming to be of kindred. If there be no application from Newbury or Reading it is given to persons elsewhere,

    Book 2, 1677

    Apprenticum Greenvile Dudley de Dogfeild Civi & Carpentar London pro septem annis a dat. Johannes Brodbridge filius Thome Brodbridge de Reading in Com Berks pon se Appren Josepho Hutchinson Beadelo pro septem annis [Assignat. fuit eodem die . . .

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    ROBERT MARR, Theft, 07/04/1813

    of Samuel Webb . HANNAH WEBB. I am the wife of Samuel Webb . My husband is an upholsterer at Reading . The prisoner was foreman of the shop. Q. On the 24th of February, did you happen accidentally to

    JOSEPH LAZARUS, Theft, 17/02/1820

    l. , the goods of James Trendall . JAMES TRENDALL . I am a watchmaker , and live at Reading . On Wednesday, the 26th of January, about seven o'clock in the evening, my wife alarmed me; I found my

    HENRY PETTIT, Theft, 11/04/1833

    employers at Reading, of two lace squares, two pairs of stockings, and six yards of lace - I took him to the station, and he there said he had left a trunk at the Horse and Jockey, at Reading, to

    Ordinary's Account, 07/05/1740

    JOHN Hyde aged 26, born at Reading in the County of Berks , of very reputable and worthy Parents, John being the eldest Son was kept to School some Time, at a School in Reading , where he learnt to

    Ordinary's Account, 24/05/1736

    Bully acquitted, and Tarlton found Guilty. DEATH. 2. John Tarlton , about 32 or 33 Years of Age, born at Reading of honest Parents, who educated him at School, and had him instructed in Principles of Religion, but being of

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