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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cogges Economic history

    peasant families were recorded both in 1279 and in the subsidy rolls, including the villein families of Jordan , le Roke , Alriche, and Grobias, and the freeholding families of Brown and Hall. The effects of the Black Death in

    Parishes Rock or Aka

    ROCK or AKE Le Aka, Roke , Hac (xiii cent.); Oke (xiv cent.); Rooke (xv cent.); Acha alias Roch , Akenborough alias Rock (xvi cent.); Aker alias Rock (xvi-xvii cent.). This extensive parish, about 20 miles in circumference, is situated

    Parishes Puttenham

    of Southwark in 1503 , directed 6 s . 8 d . to be paid for an image of St. Roke to be given to Puttenham Church . 86 In 1725 the return was that there was no chapel, no

    Lincoln College LINCOLN COLLEGE

    i, 261 ( 1932 ). Documents dated 12 and 24 Oct. 1507 . Drawer labelled ' Chalgrove , Berwick and Roke ' (2). Grant of manor dated 20 Oct. 1508 . Drawer labelled ' Bushbury '. The arms of these

    Crawley Economic history 63. Crawley township c. 1816, from contemporary maps . 64. Crawley Mill and bridge from the Crawley-Witney road , c. 1896.

    an attached house. 147 The names Rokesmill and Rokesplace, the latter for the house, derived from the medieval Rok or Roke family of Witney , tenants of the mill in the late 13th and 14th century. 148 Other medieval lessees

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 44, October 1567, 01 October 1567-31 October 1567

    Lady Catharine Grey, but to keep her from the access of all strangers. Oct 2. Windsor. 22. Same to Mr. Roke Grene. Warrant to deliver Lady Catharine Grey into the charge of Sir Owen Hopton. Oct. 3. London. 23. Sir Subscribers-only content

    Extracts from the Records, 1534

    syke on the west pairt,the landis of Thomas Borthrane on the south pairt, and the kirk and kirkyaird of Sanct Roke on the north pairt, till be broukit and joysit peciablie be the said Sir Jhonne and his successouris induring

    Index, Q, R

    . captain of rebels, 892. -, Edw., g. 1417 (24). -, John, 580 (2): g, 202 (9). Rogue. See Roke.Roke (Rogue, Rock) Anthony, 791, 911, 1082, 1436 (2). -, John, Gostwick's servant, letter from, 624. Rokeby. See Rugby. Rokeby

    General Index, R, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Duke was hunting information concerning Captain, Anthony's brother Rogers , Edward, Nonconformist priest, late incumbent of Preston, Herefords., information concerning Roke house , Cheshire Rokes , Sir John, letter to Rolls , Master of the. See Grimston, Sir Harbottle. Rome Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    , Nicholas Greenway Greenwich Gregorie , William Gregory XIII. , Pope Gregory , Christopher. Gregory , Mr. Grene , Mr. Roke Grene , Thomas Grene , William Greneway , Richard Grenfelde , see Graynfyld. Grenfelde or Grenvile , Sir Richard, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mptr at t' aIiament. HOUSE OF LORDS, JULY 20. The LORD CHANCELLOR read a letter from Lord Napier of Magdala acknowledging the vote of thanks of the House of Lords on behalf of himself and of the officers and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS, To tee Editor of the Daily Post.- Sir,- There is every reason to be satisfied with the success achieved this year by the Liverpool Cup, brought to an issue on Wednesday last. In point of numbers the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ngo otel I steady.crespectFile;r, 12r WrightAddreet, Statfongl ter,575, ?tUAH (S-VcaableISTb (brlliantr). rrk oung g Lad DiEnglagedt S shorntly: lao-go town; Roke ouait.Experienced,telwable-Ad ilee .5,!!Dailyt Por .Adr,,131,Dal ot. 6542 SUG.NTRSW.-ANemsQuc ComeiocliretyEmloSeksintuaion. Ghoodal ,vLrefersens.; Fihe4. Go Wefright tree, HihStreeod Woodide Dudley (cpbe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WANTED. a GENERAL SERVANT. with glonad ehracter ; one IS frons the country Praefered.-Apply to Mdo, Mittchll, Goatee. tiner UPO, Roke ill.P 6189 %7 ANTED, by a married Man, withocit inoumbranee, a SITUA- TION, as Groom, Coachman. or Light Porter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Station, at a quarterpst eight, to renew the fight.- IOrAib, DAUi EN, BltMI&GHAM.-The Tip for the GreatFilght betwien Brettle annili Roke, for i9,f0.,adjaoined flek oyesterday tlil toRday (Wedneislay will hugivent aibis fo sue before' any other in the town. Pfosso'or Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Rock Hall, 1869

    Castle Ward ; it was worth yearly £30. (Inquisition). Roger de Roke and Henry de Swynton were jurors at this Inquisition. 1346 .-Robert de Tughalle held the vill of Roke by service of a quarter of a fee, and by Subscribers-only content

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