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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Social institutions

    with William Stephenson and John Rodford as printers. They renamed the paper the Hull Rockingham and Yorks. and Lincs. Gazette . In 1834 George Lee , a Unitarian minister, then the editor, succeeded Stephenson and Rodford as its printer and

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    Rochester , Bp. of, see Alcock, John Rockingham , Marquess of, see Watson-Wentworth Rockingham and Hull Weekly Advertiser , 429 Rodford , John, 429 Rodley , Jos., 316 Rogers , Ada, 302; John (fl. 1541), 414; John (fl. 1650s), 117-18,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHESTER, William (bef.1489-1558), of Bristol, Glos.

    the Friary, part of which he made into a bowling alley. In 1557 he acquired two tenements and land in Rodford in Westerleigh, nine miles from Bristol, at the same time that John Roberts, his son-in-law, purchased the manor.[footnote]From May

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, P, Q, R, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    Matthew, 4, 35, 333 -, Thomas, 3 Quinten , James, xiii, 1 R Radcliffe , C. W., Mr., xxv Radford [Rodford ] -, Alexander, 158 -, Elizabeth, 51 -, John, 5, 53, 69, 124, 148 -, Mary, 124 -, Ralph,

    General Index, R, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    , Viscount, see Carey, Henry. Rock , the Rockingham forest of, co. Northampton bailiwick Rockwell , Thomas, petition o f Rodford , Peter, examination of Rodier , John Rodney , Sir Edward, letter of Rodney Stoke , document dated from Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE. A Captain Stockton, of the onited States Navy,bas addressed a letter to the Directors of the Bank. of England. After a warm eilogy en the chracrter and habits of American Merchants, the Captain pToceeds to make the following Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fires have occurred-at Winfreth, near Dor- chester where six houses were consumed; at the villages of Stoke St Mary and Rodford, where seven cottages were burnt down; at Sherbourne, at Longfieet, and at Trow- bridge, all of which places sustained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cmncoilragTnment to the scheols stars- 5 ported by the Church Missions; to Italians in Londotn. Mt The Fist cp of Rodford and tile Additional Curt-aes' 3- Society have been holpiop- the work in ithe parish of St. tJohn's, Clerkenwell, 'fliore Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mssstha.-Addreis, *1. 85, Daily Posit. 0739S D IHYL-Apartmrnita to Lot. House cesforts. TPrmss mdorate. lIt -Address, circ. Parsons, Floro0tl.eY111%, 9, Rodford Strset, Rhyl. *ls6i ' eD MONEY. ANTAEDrtocBorow, £8,, reiieyabie by inetelmects, or a.t three W nnh.Admit-sis, A. S. Daslly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mosors, J. C. I'owlle arid Soa, Solicitors, 120, Cohnoro itom; aa to Lot 5, to PR Messrs. Harorton and Rodford, Solicitors, Colcoore 11ow; uso to Lot 6, fiew to Medors41, Ii.r. Woosd and Son, Solicitors, Temislo Row; and as Subscribers-only content

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