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    BAYNARD, Robert (1563-1636), of Lackham, Wilts.

    property lay in and around Lackham. In all, he possessed lands, tenements, pastures and woods in Lacock, Lackham, Notton, Bewley, Reybridge, Chippenham and Bowdon. Together with a further 217 acres of close and pasture within the parish of Lacock and History of Parliament

    BAYNARD, Edward (c.1512-75), of Lackham, nr. Chippenham, Wilts.

    did not add greatly to his inheritance. As well as Lackham, his inquisition post mortem mentions lands in Chippenham, Calne, Reybridge and elsewhere in Wiltshire.[footnote]He was an active country gentleman in four reigns. In addition to his regular membership of History of Parliament

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    unless Security for Costs, 40. 15. Ib . The Parish of Laycock in the County of Wilts indemnified against rebuilding Reybridge, except for Horse and Pack. 16. Ib . Owners of Iron Works and Persons within the Wilds of Surry, British History Online

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    diial,98 patented in France. Richard Colemans, Chelrars ford-A4gii-* w4 asfitural implements (three hundred and sixtyc squaire feet th Y11H. ]Bentall, Reybridge, near Maidon-ltolilOdtt). James Christy, Broornfleld-bricks. Michael Fitch, Cheloas- ford-.patent oven. Jabex. Church, Springfield- model of a ea turning lathe, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Manied, on Thursday last, at Lacock, by tbe Rev. Jasper Peck, Henry Goddard, third son of John Avrdry, esq., of Reybridge, to Mary, only daughter of the Rev. Ken- rick Peck, of Notton Lodge, in that parish. Manied. April 10, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FREEMANTLE, Oct. 7 The Chubch Temperance Society. - A meeting in connection with this society was held at the Freemantle Church Schoolrooms on Tuesday evening, when an interesting addresß was delivered by the Rev. H. H. Pereira, Rector of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON DISPENBABY AND PROVIDENT MEDICAL INSTITUTION. Patients admitted during the week 230 Patients discharged during the week 14 Provident members admitted last Monday - 21 Number of provident members admitted since 1877 15,960 Number of provident members on the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON POLICE COURT, Wednesday.- Before Alderman Buchau, Dr. Hearne, Mr. W H. Sogers, and Mr. D. Davis. Drunk ahd DisoaDEaLY.- Levi Bes3int, a journeyman butcher, was charged by Police- coastable Cheater with being drunk and disorderly in Buck-court, Canal-walk, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SOUTHAMPTON HARBOUR BOAJJD A meeting of the board was held at the Municipal OfH es yesterday .Tuesday >. when there were present Mr. J. Miller c.h_i-man>. Sheriff James Bishop. Alder- man W. Furlier. Councillors L. Button. E. Banee. ... Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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