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  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1420-76

    me n for e rod lofte ffyrst of Richard Goslyn x l'i also of Tomas Raynwall x l'i also of Rook xxs vj s viijd also of Richard Boteler e xx s also of harry merch' xx s also of

    Extracts from the Records, 1534

    day, the prouest baillies and counsale of the burch of Edinburgh, togedder with thair commissaris of burrois vnderwrittin, viz., Dauid Rook and Henry Richertsoun for Dundie; Alexander Lindesay, Adam Ramsay, for Perth; Dauid Grahame and James Lausoun for Sanctandrois; Walter

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 31 July 1641, 31 July 1641-31 July 1641

    1641 DIE Sabbati, videlicet, 31 die Julii. PRAYERS. Rook versus Powell. Ordered, That Tho. White, Wm. Fowler, Ant. Reylocke, Nic. Payne, William Hudson, Jo. Hasell, Tho. Rogers, Jo. Turner , and William Nicholas , being seafaring, and ready to go

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 5 June 1641, 05 June 1641-05 June 1641

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4 5 June 1641 DIE Sabbati, videlicet, 5 die Junii. PRAYERS. Marquis of Hertford introduced. This Day the Lord Marquis of Hertforde was introducted, between the Lord Marquis of Wynton and the Earl of

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, Duchy Liberty, Savoy Ward, -

    11.20 56.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Empty. Stockdall , Robert 14.00 70.00 0.00 0.00 Bridges , Elizabeth 9.00 45.00 2.40 200.00 Rook , Nicholas (Esquire) 4.00 20.00 0.00 0.00 Brand , David 10.00 50.00 0.00 0.00 Sherburn , Dorothy 6.00 30.00

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a:.GWEITHRED GAMOLADWY. ''' ;- 1 _-An-Ah R^A l- Nos Ferther diweddaf sef Chwefror.15fed, cehi8 ,y fraint 6 fod yn br o y n d eg g y Methodistiaid Calnaidtdyn nghapel Cl loy Strt, lRhyl. Yr oedd, yn breseniol ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    non gyngreirio i ladd Morgan Powell. Boren Sabbath diweddaf, am 4 o'r gloch, cymerodd ty yr hen bererin Griffith Humphreys, Rook Htll, Wis., den, a bu agos iddynt oll losgi. Diangasant megis o safn marwolaeth trwy i ddarnau o'r to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddioddef. X Tus mis yn ol ar nos L; yJi oeddwn mewn undeb & nifer o gyfeillion erefyddol eglwys y Rook yn eynlI cifarfod gweddi gyda hen wraig weddw. Ar ddechreu y cyfrfod dymunodd gael adrodd y ciii. Salm allan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BLAENORWD. Cynhaliwyd y eyfarfod hwn am ddeg boren dydd M3roher; Mr. Lewis Griffiths, Aberdar, yn Ulywydd, a Mr. William Griffths, Rook, yn yegrifenydd. Dechrenwyd y cyfarjod gan Mr. James Davies, Penycac. - Gofynwyd am enwan y brodyr oeddynt wedi en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mifldir o Canyon City, gan ddisgwyl yn ddyddiol am bresenoldeb y Cadben Howard a'i yddin. Yr oedd Howard yn Pilot Rook ar y 7fed, ao yn parotoi i symud at y golynion. Mae yr afon Columbia ye cadl ei mordwyo Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Singleton The PARISH CHURCH of ST.JOHN the EVANGELIST, SINGLETON

    carrying the road (and railway) to Midhurst , comes in from the north. One mile south of the village is Rook 's, or St. Roche 's, Hill with the Trundle, a Neolithic and Early Iron Age camp, 2 on the

    Cottenham Nonconformity

    more than 30 in 1980 . 74 The minister expelled by the Baptists in 1810 opened a rival chapel in Rook 's Lane in 1813 with 10 members. Later called Ebenezer Baptist chapel, it was led from 1817 by a

    Finchley Manors THE BISHOP OF LONDON 'S DEMESNE IN FINCHILEY AND HORNSEY c. 1788

    Palmer and Richard Rook , 46 to whom Sir Thomas Bedyk's mother Joan sold her dower rights in 1360 -1. 47 Palmer and Rook exercised patronage of the manor chantry in 1361 and 1363 48 and Rook , acting for

    Parishes Pyrford

    to Robert de Toundesley and afterwards to his son John, who in 1362 conveyed his manor of Toundesley to Richard Rook and John Pecche of Westminster . 32 The reversion of lands which Katharine widow of Robert de Toundesley held

    Parishes Great Amwell

    cf. no. 4219. Harl. Chart. 80, F. 26; Add. R. 26829. Add. R. 26829. Harl. Chart. 80, F. 26. William Rook of Berden had been a tenant within the manor in 1378 ( Cal. Pat . 1377-81 , p. 219).

 

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