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  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1498-9

    new whielbarowe S um ma xij d * * * * * 6 It em , for a Crewet to Roose Wrytell es chawntrye iiij d * * * * * It em , to the Rakar for the chirche

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1483-5

    off M r Caumbrige, xv li xj s iiij d. The Cost es of Roose Wrytell' es Chauntrye. Payde to Syr Phillip Norton, Syngyng for Roose Writell' the space of ij o yer, eu er y er vj l'i xiij

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1490-1

    iiij d. The Cost es and payment es of Roose Wrytell es cha u nt re . Paide to Sir Will ia m Boyes, prest, to syng ffor the saide Roose Writell' ffor o hole yer at Mighelmas last passid.

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1492-3

    d. 12 The Costys and paymentt es of Roose Wryttyll' and Ioh'n Weston ys chauntre. It e m, payde to syr Robard hall', preste, to synge for the sayd Ioh'n Weston and Roose Wryttyll', for a hole yere at myhelmas

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1487-8

    paide to Mr Robert halhed, syngyng for Roose wrytell' the space of vij e wekes while Sir Iohn lovyer was awaye. S um ma, vj s viij d. S um ma of Roose Wrytell es , v l'i xiiij s

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Dalton DALTON

    Anty Cross. Yarlside includes many ancient sites, as Billingcote, Waltoncote and Parkhouse , Newton (anciently Crivelton), Stank , Holebeck , Roose , Roosecote , Newtown and Rampside . The last-named hamlet was in 1825 resorted to for sea-bathing; 'the accommodations,'

    Parishes Hardmead

    He died within three years. 30 In 1418 Thomas Stutfield and Idonia his wife granted it to John Rose or Roose , 31 who held in 1428 . 32 Before 1452 the tenant of the Windsors was apparently Thomas Rose

    The parish of Furness

    Scaithwaite, Lindal, Dalton , Killerwick, Marsh , Ireleth , 'Howehom' (High Haume), 'Soler,' Newton , Fermerbouth, Cocken, Sandscale, Barrow , Roose , Crivelton, Salthouse , Rampside , Walney and Angerton Moss . 16 In 1338 the abbot had licence to

    Houses of Knights Templars Preceptories of Willoughton , Eagle , Aslackby , South Witham and Temple Bruer

    and his half-brother Ranulf earl of Chester ; Hugh of Bayeux, Robert of Boulogne , Simon de Vere, Robert de Roose , Alan d'Avenel, all added something to the original endowment. 2 It seems probable that the manor of Mere

    Parishes Drayton

    the rebell ion of 1322. 34 His son Gilbert was apparently restored, and leased the manor to Edmund Rose ( Roose ) for life. Edmund conveyed his interest to Alice Perrers, 35 the favourite of Edward III , and on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ? 4,q- rlubbioll. Q?gftqsi -9 AinlYgodd y Conference Wesleyaidd, yn eu cynulliad N ddyld Iau, wvthibos i'r diweddaf, eu tyniad o biaid i'r Y cofeotriAd y fiwyddyn neoaf .gynwysystadegau erefydd- b ol a, bod cytrif yn eael ei roddi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pem- a broke Dock; Mri. D. Thomas, a H. Lloyd Harries, P '1 Cefndre. Henaduriaeth Maesyfed-Parch. R. L. t: 11 Roose, Gelli, a J. James, New Radnor. Henadur- g ariaeth Morganwg, Caerfyrddin, a Mynwy-Parch. tl Joseph Evans, a Mr. Mortimer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfeilliOn gost a bregethent yma oeddynt y Parchn. Morris, Aber- ddy] honddu ; Jones, Rhaiadr; Davies, Eardisley; Ree,, Mae Merthyr; Roose, Hay; Davies, Pandy ;,Bees, Tre- Rho fecca; a Davies, Talgarth.-B. ilobrrfs. gobi a SiB GAERFYRDDXN.-Cynhaliwyd y Cyfarfod Misol i- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dda, ac am- rywiol o bregethau buddiol a gwerthfawr gan y brodyr 'rhes Bes Merthyx; Davies, (ye fidiweddar a tendain;) Roose, Gelli ; Rees,'Trefecca; Williams, .Trecastelt ; Jenkins, DIanfair, a Hughes, Kenchesterw a . Sxa DUrFAaDwlrw.-Cynhaliwyd Cyfarfod Misol y g Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GENEDIGAETHAU. DavieR.-Ar y l5fed uyf-r0, priod y parch. Robert Davies, Am- wvthiR, ar fer h. Roose -Ar y lOred cyfisj], priody Parch. R. Leigh Roose, OWford ? ojta, Hay, ar fab. MI ARWOJAETRAU. Daniel.-Ar y Iteg eyfisol, yn 72 mlwydd Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Joshuae Scot, 10/7/1727

    Licensing Date 10/7/1727 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Roose//Yorks; diocese of York OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Inst. AB 11 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Blackburn, Lancelot/York 1724- 1743 Comment Stipend £33 per annum, payable by Edvardum Robinson, Rector of Roose.

 

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