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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Arreton

    Rookley as to her life interest in land at Rookley . 167 Geoffrey Rookley was holding a quarter fee in Rookley in 1346 , 168 and was granted licence in 1363 to have an oratory in his lordship of

    Isle of Wight Hundred of East Medine

    St. Helens , Kerne, Sandown , Shanklin , Wroxall , Week, Stenbury, Niton , Nettlecombe , Whitwell , Rowde , Rookley , Knighton , Arreton , East Standen , Fairlee , Whippingham , West Standen and Wootton . Containing the

    Houses of Austin canons Oratory of Barton

    rector of Shalfleet . 1 The oratory was endowed with land in Whippingham , Arreton , Span, Appleford , Kerne, Rookley , Dolcoppice , La Snape , Walpan , some pasture on St. Catherine's Down , two corn mills in

    Parishes Chale

    a mile and a half from Chale Green , where the three roads from Newport via Shorwell , Gatcombe and Rookley join. Blackgang , with its famous Chine , is a hamlet in this parish, and at Chale Green is

    Parishes Yaverland

    Inst. Bks. (P.R.O.). About the middle of the 14th century, however, John Portington recovered the church of Yaverland against John Rookley ( Egerton MS. 2034, fol. 69 d.). Wykeham 's Reg . ( Hants Rec. Soc.), i, 373; Albin, Hist.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yu cadliect oynal ar Yr no adeg yu J ddau gapel, Granville Se. a Hockley Hill. Cafwyd anerch. hid yn Rookley HilI ir ddechreuad yr Yogol Sabbothol yn N~ghymn, gaun Mr...W. Owen, lm o faenoliaid o~lw~ys Grayille Street, 5 pbregeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and In-comngln low.- - Address, B. 25. Daily Post. r6626 ANOLING.-Wfanted, a few Sitbscribsers to firet-leat Fishing ALWatere.-Alsply to 9, Rookley hut1. Birmingham. 0634 A RCHITROTST.-An Artist Is prepsred toundertake the ColoisrIngi .tl ad Etching of Arehitieetural Plans. Paretive sonr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ASFtOLD'-roperty, in Snffolk Street, produrug he £26. Priee S100.-Perc end Son, , Paradise Street re ciMALL Insestorer-Tree front Houses, at Rookley. roducing nt 1 S30.-Ferry sod Son, 12. Pe Street -k CspAttHB^RhOO near Chunch.-Cemf actable Bsidenoe; two _ l. ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    APARTMENTS, Pisrlour mood Bed II Rloom, pleosantly situated. Terms moderate.-For Partioularo. appl at 216, corner of New John Street Went, Rookley. 762 D3ANKRuPF~Cr APPSINTmRI2s. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. Hear, 3. tidB.Itese, Nsnate, ailrs stvi emnd .exmh 11 J. Pck, irmighso, brss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Publi %MUmtnt%. THEATRE RAOYAL, BIMNEA ihs Ut¢Pr.n ailnglnd Mil'l'rs You. HOWARD PAUL, for Six ol J.V-R ,aOnD1)AY JET, Auguqt 24, and during the Wee give Opagic Entegtaimerte written byconm HoardtB wi Story of 'RtA DIAVOLO.' et which M'inthe elodies Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1572

    Dearman and Katherine his wife Lands in Thorpe in Balne. John Waterhowse, James Waterhowse, and John Armyteige Robert Rookley, esq., and William Rookley, son and heir apparent of Robert, and Johanna, wife of William. 6 messuages and 3 cottages with

    Index, Q, R, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    -, (Rocke), Thos., i. g. 1166 (23). -, Wm., i. p. 785: g. 504 (47). Rookewod or Rookewoode. See Rokewood. Rookley (Rowcley) , i. of Wight, i. p. 784. Rookwarden , Salop. See Wrockwardine. Roone , in France. See Rouen,

    Index of names

    Rontree , 113. Roodes , 30, 81, 116, 151, 165. Rookby , 9. Rookebye , 99, 130. Rookes , 69. Rookley , 16. Roos , 12, 30, 57, 177. Rose , 117. Ross , 141. Rosse , 139, 164. Rosseter

    William and Mary, 1688, An Act for the granting a present Ayd to Their Majestyes. [Chapter III Rot. Parl. pt. 1. nu. 3.]

    Pricket Esquire Recorder Sir Henry Goodrick Sir John Brooks [Baronet 19 ] Sir John Hewly Sir Stephen Thompson Knights Thomas [Rookley 20 ] John Baines Henry Stapleton William Roundell Thomas Hutton Thomas Hasletine Henry Watkinson Doctor of Laws Henry Squire

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKYNS, Thomas Boothby (1755-1800), of Rookley, Hants.

    Boothby (1755-1800), of Rookley, Hants. Constituency Dates Stockbridge 1784 91790 Leicester 1790 17 Nov. 1800 Ofifces Held Equerry to Duke of Cumberland 1783-90; maj. 82 Ft., 57 Ft. 1794; lt.-col. Leicester (Prince of Wales’s) fencibles 1794, brevet col. 1794. Biography

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