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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fishery COLNE RIVER c. 1800

    to comply with the regulations. 32 In 1703 they successfully prosecuted a group of interlopers, from the rivers Crouch and Roach as well as Brightlingsea parish, 33 but they were suspected of supporting attempts by West Mersea , Tollesbury ,

    Parishes Arreton

    in the middle of the 19th century by the family of Hills, from whom it was acquired by Mr. R. Roach Pittis , who still owns it. The house has been greatly altered by the substitution of sash windows, but

    Zoology Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals Pre-Historical Map

    *79. Crucian Carp. Cyprinus carassius , Linn. Baker records it from the Parret. *80. Gudgeon. Gobio fluviatilis , Flem. *81. Roach . Leuciscus rutilus , Linn. *82. Dace. Leuciscus dobula , Linn. ( L. vulgaris , Day). *83. Minnow. Leuciscus

    Hackney Manors HACKNEY: ESTATES OF PRINCIPAL LANDOWNERS c. 1830

    1697 the Revd. Richard Roach leased the rectory, with its house, the tithes, and the manor of Grumbolds, to the new patron Francis Tyssen the elder for £20 a year. 61 Courts were held for Roach 's predecessor Nehemiah Moorhouse

    Index A-J

    Carlile; Cobham , Thos. de; Darbyshire; de Beauvoir, Peter; Deuza; Goodchild; Lawley ; Moore , Geo.; Moorhouse ; Mosley; Pink; Roach ; Sampson ; Spend-love; Urswick; Watson, J.J.; Wright, Rob. rectory, ho. (former vicarage ho.), and see Grumbolds man. rectorial

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddarllen 2 Sam. vi. a gweddio. Gweddi- C s wyd hefyd gan yr hen frodyr parchus ymadawedig Wil. I liam Roach ac Ebenezer Williams. Y bregeth gyntaf a draddodwyd ynddo oedd gan y Parch. J. R. Owen, oddiar Isai. lx. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P had been only elected as elders -Messrs D. Aus- oi tin, E. James, G. Jones, it. LoAy, and - Roach. st It was decided to accept the invitation of the ol Mountain Ash friends, and to hold our next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cet'siable tra'ii.c) lie aonludedee witjl tise foll1w iltr notiontar - h'I ' u"mble eddiess I e pre- Seintd to his Roach Itiehtocs iPrince Pegeit, stating, thmt t! e FHione' before it eloset the ice niest st'tisn tions oft Seesion, bact Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it. ' 'lce Attor- ncv-General1 mmov stated, tht t lie seow ii eall the Vtiertvllc l -ii- decit of the Roach Academny, Mr. NVies, and likewise Sir Tltos,. Lawrence, atid uleters. wlho "ould lAte, that to the best of Ilteir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    previously, during the campaign it Egypt, for which lie receives a pension from Gevernmrnt. When the case wias called, Mary Roach, a vell-looking young woman, stepped forward, baraing an infant in her rmis, and distinctly swore, shat Sadi Ornbark Bemby Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.4924

    Thurnscoe (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thurnscoe (Thurnsco) : undefined Participant: James Field [Feild] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Small Doles (Small Doles) : fieldname Location: Poul Field (Poulfeild) : undefined Location: Rotherham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Abbey of Roche (Roach) : religious house

 

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