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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Godshill

    Lord Yarborough in 1854 to Mr. A. Hamborough . It is now owned by Mr. J. C. Tompkins . ROUDROUD (Rode, xi cent.; Rowde , xiii cent.) was held by Alnod as a free manor of King Edward and

    Townships Bolton-le-Sands

    a son Simon; Furness Chartul. Their estate was afterwards purchased by the Earl of Lancaster , as shown later. Thomas Roud , brother and heir of Ralph son of Adam de Bolton , paid 20 s . as relief on

    The parish of Bolton-le-Sands BOLTON LE SANDS. HALTON .

    Romeyn 35 - - 30 Apr. 1286 Thomas de Castroforti 36 Abp. of York prom. J. le Romeyn - John Roud 37 - - ? 1328. Thomas de Woodhouse 38 - - Vicars 19 July 1336 Hugh de Tunstall 39

    Index L-Z

    ( Dalton ), 308 n Rothkall , 76 n Rotseye , Hugh de, 163 n Roubiliac , Louis F., 27 Roud , John, 130; Thos., 133 n Rougholme , Rougham (Lower Allithwaite ), 266 Roule , Rich., 369 Roundmoss (

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parts of Great Britain and Ireland, Os securely packed and warranted to reach its destination uninjured. - Cot out this Roud and send it to the National Fine Art Unioni 35, Great James Street, London, W.C, , hc yr 'GOBEUAD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so at~yr-amcaniou afnod-yd Ar werth am 2s.3c y botel,van bob Flferyllwf Y mae'r Ystorfa gryfav-wortholedt et eymud i S3 Farrlngdon Roud, Lltnntin MEDDYGINIAETH RWYFDDOLT PELENAU BEECHAM. ADDFIR ga filcedd eu bod yn wei'th mwy na GMlfl y A BLW~CH a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nodwyd Ar werkh am 23 s6 y botel ga -bob Fferyllwr Y mae'r Ystorfa gryIanwerthlod! ei symud i 3 Parringdon Roud, Llandain- MEDDYGINIAETH -:IRHYFEDDOL PELENAU BEECHAM. DDEFIR gaD fileedd en bad ye weith+ invwy na QINI y A rBBWCIB a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deceived as the deceiver, and a frequent dupe of the most vain and selfish coquetry. We would have our ' Roud punished this way rather than by the resentment of an injured husband because we shrewdly suspect that almost all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wretchedness. Its chief value, indeed, consists in a tolerable display of the insipid nothingness of the progress of a genuine Roud' from youth, not to age, but to ruin. AmoDg other light or amusing productions which have reached us this Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Introduction, The pre-reformation furniture

    wherin the wrytinges lyeth, in the Revestry." Chest for Easter Sepulchre. The Inventory of 1553 mentions "Item, more, in the Roud loft; a long Chist with the fframe of the Sepvllev[r? ] in yt," p. 53. The Easter Sepulchre chest

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1491-2

    l'i of candell', vj d. It e m, to the smyth for a key to a hangyng loke in the Roud loufte, iiij d. It e m, for makyng clene of the cherche, iij s iiij d. It e m,

    Inventories of the church

    apon. It em , In the Roud loft iij e pair of harms w i t h ij paire of spellentes, ij sallett es & ij blacke howbardes. It em , more in the Roud loft; a long Chist w

    Accounts, December 1579 - December 1581

    x th day was buried Agnes Wilsmith 30 worst cloth ij d It'm y e sam day was buried Otty Roud & ffraunces [ blank ] , from Neales ni'll It'm the xvj th day was buried Elizabeth Harman coffened

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1596-31 December 1596

    , 216. Rotherforde (Ruderforth), Nicholas, 179. Rotherham , Captain Thomas, 559. Rothomagus . See Rouen. Rotterdam , 453, 517. Roue (Roud), Monsieur de, marshal of the Cardinal's army in the Low Countries, 319, 413. Rouen (Roano, Roane, Ruan, Rothomagus), 15,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1825, 2 June 1825

    Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Com- Banffshire mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for more Roud Bil «' effectually making, maintaining and repairing certain " Roads in the Counties of Banff", Aberdeen and Elgin, " Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1758, 11 February 1758

    of the Clock, in the Speaker's Chamber; and have Power to fend for PfSj Papers, and Records. Bri'Jgfcrd ,-Lane, &c. Roud. Corn 'Market APetition offeveral Gentlemen,Clergy,Freeholders, and others, and alfo of the Truftees appointed by an A6t of Parliament, paflTed Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1772, 31 January 1772

    31° jfatiuarii—30 Februarii. A. 177a. Criminal Laws. J5unftab!e and Hockliffe Roads. Ordered, That the faid Eftitnatcs do lie upon the Table, to be perufed by the Members of the Houfe. Ordered^ That a Committee be appointed, to confider of Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1772, 21 February 1772

    Geo. III. 1 Februarii. 499 nckhowA the County of Hereford aforefaid, was prefented to the Houfe, and read; Setting forth, That the faid Roads are very ruinous and dangerous, and in general very deep, narrow, incommodious, and founderous, and Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1786, 25 April 1786

    from the Smith's Shop, near Pont and. keeping in Repair, feveral Roads leading from ar Dylas Turnpike Gate, to the Roud leading from Swansea from the Turnpike Road near Kennen Bridge to Lrrygyx* zven Mill, and from thence to the Subscribers-only content

 

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