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  • * British History Online *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1580

    John Leeke of St. Martin's in London letherseller, in the sum of ten pounds, and Edward Browne of Roston co. Chester yoman, in the sum of twenty pounds; For the said Edward Browne's appearance at the next General Session of

    Index, Q R

    Cecil. Roston , Rostorne. See Royston. Rothe , Robert, letter from, 436. Rotterdam , 127. Rouen (Roane, Roan), 84, 164, 379. Routledge , family of, border out laws, 295. Rowell , (Northants.), 38. Roydon , , 5. Royston (Rostorne, Roston),

    Index, R, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    4212. -, Pietri Maria, 3168. Rossynbose . See Rosimboz. Rossyt (?), Stewart of, 540. Roston , on borders of Scotland, 409. Roston . See Royston. Roston , Ric., g. 1796 (8). Rotes , John, p. 869. -, Steph., pp. 988

    Surnames beginning 'R'

    Wm, bach, gent, 35.36 Wm, ser, gent's s, 81.4 Rocket Nat, 17.110 Rocklee John, ser, 72.10 Rockwell Abell; Susan, w; Roston, s; Susan, d; Meredith, s; Mary, d, 54.14 Rocquole Mary, 61.2 Rodaway John, ser, 80.8 Rodburn Nic, shoemaker; Mary,

    Henry VIII, August 1531, 1-15, 01 August 1531-31 August 1531

    him in great perplexity, as his only earthly joy and comfort is in the King's favour. As he wrote from Roston, not only the judges, who were nevertheless very indifferent, but the sheriff and quest impanelled, had such letters from

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her lites mother, JAuo,.thse, affectionate wife of James Birch Sharpe, Rsq. of Frogflre 'cbttage, 'Ridkmr .I worth, Hertsi,'aid of Roston, Middlesex, :in the 30th year of Ier jgei' T'lis' lady fell a sacrifice to filial duty in attenrdingupon her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    there are spasmodic cases of disease in Westerm cities. As yet, Boston, New Orleans, and New York stand firm. The Roston banks feel sure of their ability to hold to their present posi- tion, as they are gaining specie. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NoT, 18b8-MRsj the Hon 1 C'H'M31=ey, J~th Foot, to be Lient-Cel in the army. Bunlernuptcy Aunfallecl.-T Horner, St John street, Roston, surgeon. nankrnptsl.-W W Walkyier, Sandown, 1lol ef W9ight, postmaster. [llall- ward, Mitre court, Temple.-W SeAger, Phillip's place, Shoeter'sa-ill road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r manu"fetocisls; roomy premises; stable, fineai P1.lS - WTheeler Stree - sCm 0 1EniIOUS wd for DIsposal; free lease.-Blew Ibm, Roston In B-) Street, reesBrod) Street, o69SI Br, . Rl~HOUSII, with 21 years' free lease, Rent £45 only. n- B~going Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridge; Thursday, 4, Greding. ton; Sanurday, 6, Whltcliurce. Dovz VALLIEY IARRsIiLS (atl. 30).-This day, December 29, Waterhouses; Monday, January 1, Roston; FrIday, 5, Bottom HIoH PAtM HARRIERS (at 12).-Satiirday, December 30, New- haven; Tuesday, January 2, Eunter's Mere; Saturday, 6, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    subscriptis sub eadem data videit. Wiito de la Pole. Wal?o de Kelsterii de Witto de Acastre de Ebos. Johi de Roston de Ebo^. Wifto de Skelton de Ebo^. Rico de Brikenhale de Ebos. Rico de Leycestf de Ebo2. Johi Goldbeter. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Lincoln Radm de Utterby burgeng de Grymesby. Vic Eboa de pmuniendo Robm Rouclyf militem Wiftm Graa civem Eboz Henf de Roston burgensem de Scardeburgh Wal?um Frost burgeng de Kyngeston sup Huft. Vic Northumbf de pmuniendo Alanu de Hetofi militem & Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    new Cut to commence below the Reservoir, through enclosed Marshes and open Salt Marshes, into Wyberton Roads between Port of Roston and the Scalp; for disposing of the bare and white Sands adjoining to this River; and for building a Subscribers-only content


    Berwick-upon-Twecd, i?«rw«V£ 2 & 3- Boxwell, ifar/oß • *• .12. Birmingham, St. Philip's, JFänw'c/.: 7- Blechingley, &<rr«y 3 & 4. Roston, Zj'bcoZ» 10. üoynton, iT«»< 10. Rrampton, iVörttiiw^o« 1, Brecon, County of 1-6 —3 & 4. Bride Lanc, io«<toi .9. Subscribers-only content

    Copy of the fifth report made to His Majesty by the commissioners appointed to inquire into the practice and proceedings of the Superior Courts of Common Law., 1833

    Melbourne Marcaston Monyash Newall Norman ton Northburry Newton Sulney Oscaston Oscote Oakthorpe Oflcote Parwich Postern Peak Forest Rodsley Ressingtou Radbourn Roston Styasion Snitterton Swarkeston Staplestead Swaillingcote Stanton by Newhall Smirrill Steemwall Snelson Sedtall Stanton by Dale Si an ion by Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Harrison, 15/8/1662

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 33046 Linked to person: Harrison, John 1627-1687 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Harrison Forename John Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Others Date 15/8/1662 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location

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