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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chilton Foliat CHILTON FOLIAT 1813

    was a minor. 19 The advowson was bought from Edward by Thomas Rosewell in 1574 . 20 In 1578 it was conveyed by Alexander Rosewell to Peter Rosewell 21 (d. 1579), whose son and heir James was a minor until


    see under names of particular places Roman remains, and see under names of particular places Rome , Rose , Jas., Rosewell , Rog., Rougemont (in Harewood , Yorks. W.R.), Rousham , Rowe, fam., Royal Air Force, Royal Signals Regiment, royalists

    Parishes Donhead St Andrew

    meeting place, included Compton South from Berwick St. John , Samuel Clifford and Enoch Gray from East Knoyle , Thomas Rosewell from Sutton Mandeville , Joshua Churchill from Fordington (Dors.), and, from Donhead St. Mary , Peter Ince , 360

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    Roo , Thos., Roos : Maud , w. of Sir Hen ., see Gorges Sir Hen ., Roper , Lanning, Rosewell : Parry, Wm. (d. c . 1566), Wm. (d. 1570), Wm. (d. 1593), Roskelly , T., bell founder, Rosse

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    2 Rog. Wallis , Thos. de, Ld. Ros, Thos. de, Ld. Ros, s. of Thos. de, Ld. Ros, Wm. de, Rosewell : Alex., Jas., Peter, Thos., Rouen (Seine Maritime) , abbey of la Trinité du Mont (abbey of Sainte-Cathérine-du-Mont), Royal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nessesin attendance to prove the deaths of the other two unfortunate men were Abraham Rock, a man of colour, and Rosewell, the steward. Mr Stokes said he represented the American Government, and he had to present a protest, under the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this t dliodrtalosig intro advoatgcnu~sly, it to holc~cd, 1than by any ether route-vic; Kelly, with an oiirsaut of..................... 17,2,0OX tons. Rosewell ...................................1I4,X03 Rii uf Begath...I......... I.............. I.... 6O Making a total outpuit of,50,tonr. The coaltteld forr whic~h this unidertai~ng-railwtiy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight hours hill. I understand from a a .well-informed quarter that in one particular coal- p pit in this county-the Rosewell pit-there is an in Iarrangement which causes a sense of dissatisfaction, of d .great and keen dissatisfaction, and which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2. a Sir 0. Mosley's Eileen, a, l2st 7lb .-...W. strong 2 p Mar. C. Thompson's Marmato, 4y, list......Owner 3f ,Rosewell (Hl. Brown), Zeila (G. Morris), Truant f (M~r. Whitton), and La Ferte (Mr. Pullin) also ran.- C Betting : Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hassali 3 -Sti ver. ('Mr. J. Arkwright), Rosewell (,Jacobs), and Zelia% - (emmnoulC also ran.-Betting: 11 to 10 on Lady Pat, 4. to 1 agst Clinker. 5 to 1 each agat Stiver and Rosewell. Iand 10 to 1 cacha ag Subscribers-only content

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