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  • * Victoria County History *

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    the navy. 22 He died in 1804 , and his son, Rear-Admiral Joseph Peyton , in 1816 . Captain John Ritson Peyton, son of the latter, held it until 1825, and his son Joseph John , a lieutenant in the

    Hackney Dalston and Kingsland Road Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830

    the lines of Graham Road from its western end and of Albion Grove (from 1877 Stannard Road), Alma (from 1877 Ritson ) and Massie roads, and the western half of Fassett Square , although none had yet been named 37

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    66 Florence Booth hall, Valette St., reg. 1947. 67 GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. 68 Site on S. side of Alma (later Ritson ) Rd., ch., and minister's ho. paid for by compensation from Metropolitan Dist. Rly. Co., which had bought old

    Hackney Public services

    the Dalston Lane frontage was let for building. The new hospital, with 100 beds, was approached by Alma (from 1877 Ritson ) Road and from 1867 by a road from Dalston Lane across the railway. Later additions included the Sister's

    Index A-J

    Alex., John, Revd. J., Mary, Theophilus, Allen's nursery , Alliston , John, Alloway , Jas., Alma Rd . , see Ritson Rd. Alvares: David, Deborah, m. David Alvares , Isaac (d. 1694), Isaac (fl. 1810), Isaac Jessurun, Jacob (otherwise Alvaro

  • * British History Online * *

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    Book 1, 1671

    c xxiij 60 Johannes Sherrer filius Will. Sherrer de parochia de Brenckworth in Com Wilts Agricol po: se appren Thome Ritson Civi et Carpentar London ac de Sci Egidij Cripplegate pro Septem ann a die Dat Indre Dat die et

    Border Papers volume 1, February 1581, 01 February 1581-28 February 1581

    Leonard Hewet, sp.; Robert Ritson, Adam Robinson, Richard Mathew, Thomas Reay, Thomas Richerbie, sp., caps; William Ricerbie, ja., sp., cap; Robert Peele, sp.; Nich. Smydis, nihil ; John Will Nigersou, John Ritson, sp., caps; William Ritson, sp. "Rockelife." Hugh Nixou, Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    the: 645; from, to Berwick bounds: summoned to attend Bothwell at meeting with Forster (Feb. 1590 1), pp. 373 4. Ritson , Cuthbert: his arms, p. 55. Geo.: spoiled, p. 431. John: bowman, p. 45. John: bowman, p. 48. John: Subscribers-only content

    Book 1, 1669

    Dat 2 novemb 1669. 12 Thomas Herring filius Johannis Herring de newarke in Com nottingham Smith po se Appren Thome Ritson de Hogglane in parochia de Shoreditch pro 7 ann a die prox ante diem & c Dat 2 novemb

    Index to persons

    408. Rider , Sir Dudley 263. Rikeman , Agnes 30. Riley 29. Riley , Esq. 512. Rise , John 177. Ritson , Wilkinson 509. Robert de Scales 628. Robert , Thomas 335. Roberts 369. Robinson , Bishop 344. Robinson ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, &C. MURDEa AT CARLISLE -[From the Carlisle Journal,3-We have the pain of recording another murder, making the third which has been committed in our precincts during the short space of a few weeks-the victims being all females Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will make each a proviasinfrhmdig the perioaas ill be fully commensuaewt hrois saionfr hin life. th pten a hisasAto.-Mr. J. Ritson, hatter, has disappeared under circumstadetfa at onceXalarming- adsuspicious. He left home cot Christmas-day ems horse- once alarminlg and 'Uiinas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merit, which that learned editor seems to have totally overlooked. Numerous notes will be -added from the works of Percy, Ritson, Ellis, Southey, Campbell, Brydges, Gifford, and others, to which the Editor -will subjoin short listorical notices. The whole vill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but a stupid scholar. AimeC Charlotte." In the latter part of the volume we have excellent sketches of John Leyden, Ritson, James Hogg, William Laidlaw, Ballantyne the printer, and others who were thrown in the way of Scott. There is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Preston, Lancashire, cotton spinners; as far as regards T. Birley-J. and R. Wallace, iHan common and Putney, bakers-Hoddleston, Ritson, and Co. Maryport, C omberland,shipbuilders-Breach and Chooles, Blackwall, tavern keepers-S. and R. Lobley, Pudsey, York- shire, tallow chandlers-T. Dermer Subscribers-only content


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