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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hedsor

    purchased in 1573 by Rowland Hynd. 46 He died in 1615 , and was succeeded by his second son Rowland , his elder son William having predeceased him. 47 On the death of the younger Rowland Hynd in 1658 48

    Parishes Low Dinsdale

    month later, leaving a son Rowland , who died in 1680 . 90 Of Rowland 's children, Rowland , the eldest, inherited Din sdale; another was the artist, Francis Place , already mentioned. 91 Rowland died in 1713 , and

    Parishes West Blatchington PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER WEST BLATCHINGTON

    Off. Misc. Bks. 414, fol. 54; T.R. Misc. Bks. 157, fol. 178. Cf. Bk. of J. Rowe , 150, 196; Rowland , Hist. of Family of Nevill , App. IX; Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), ccxxiii, 58. Aug. Off. Misc.

    Parishes Waltham St Lawrence

    S. P. Dom . 1650, p. 366; Rowland , Hist. of Family of Abergavenny , Table iii cont. Cal. S. P. Dom . 1645-7 , p. 486. Cal. Com. for Comp . 1433. Rowland , loc. cit. Hist. MSS. Com.

    Parishes Chalton

    and the factory of the Rowland 's Castle Brick and Tile Company, 5 there are the remains of a ruin covered with ivy, said to be all that is left of what was once ' Rowland 's Castle.' There are

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn amser IagoaI. ag ydyw amn y Methodistiaid yn y ganrif didiweddaf. Ye yr hen argraffiad o bre- getbanl Daniel Rowland, a gyhoeecdwyd yn 1772, dy- wedir iddo en pregethn "ye yr Eglwys Newydid, gertlaw Llaegeitha." Yr "egiwys neewydd" oecdd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pregethv'r yn myned o I fiaen y dnwinydd, ac ynhanes Methodistiaeth Cym- n iru, yr un modd, daw Harris a Rowland yn gyntaf, ac II Ci yna Jones o Ddinbych, a Charles o'r Bala. Ar yr d U un pryd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cytarfod yn an poblogaidd a llcwyrchas. Pregeth- wyd gan y Parchn. E. Evans, Caernarton, Rowlanads, Rhoses Evans, Llanbrynmair, a Rowland;, o'r hihen- dir. LuXURIANT AND BEAUrsnTwFUL HArn.-Mrs. S. A. ALhENs' WORLD'S HAIR RlEsToRER OR flRessiNG never fails to quickly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y. -1- 1 I - - ;. I ? I . . . - ? I I 1, ?l I 'g 0 - 'i - i bh,' (911' Mae Cyng6r Trefol, Beaumaris wiedi dlyvod fr. emi-.; -derfyniad; i adei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gal y plant 1eflef ii miewn yw ina1 cyfarfadyddairgycich 114 fel yr Dn a gynaliwyd yr wythnos ddi*aeddif yIi ghynWd. -Hyabysir fod Mis. :Williami, _gwaddwY 7diweddar lDr. Rowland illiams , yn casgnl dfnyddiaU -tag at gofiant iddo., - . .' Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Battersey.

    Who dyed to live, though born to die. And on another Plate under this, thus writ: Hereunder li e buried Rowland and William Prat , two of the Sons of Jacob and Margaret Prat , of Barmondsey in the County

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. S. Stephen's Walbrook.

    Musick, in the year 1453 . Sir Richard Lee , Maior twice. Who gave the said Parsonage to the Grocers. Rowland Gifts. J. S. Parsonage. Glebe . *Seven or eight. First Edit. Bear-binder Lane. Parish Church of St. Stephen by

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Trinity House.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Benefactors.]

    TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Benefactors. ] Anno 1626 , Rowland Coytmore. John Davis . Anno 1633 , Sir Samuel Argol, Knt. Edward Maplesden . Anno 1660 , The Earl of Craven, and sometime Master. Sir William Rider . Sir William Batten .

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Islington.

    Lincoln , 20. Day of Novemb. 1633 . And had Issue by the said Corbet two Sons, viz. Thomas and Rowland . Martha the Daughter of Sir Thomas Fowler , Kt. and Bar. 11. of June, 1634 . Dedicated Later

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    Charles Mawson, Esq; Chester . Peirse Mauduit, Esq; Windsor . Samuel Stebbing, Esq; Somerset . Laurence Crump, Esq; York . Rowland Fryth, Esq; Mowbray . Late PURSUIVANTS. John Gybbon, Gent. Blue Mantle. John Hare, Esq; Rouge Dragon . John Hesket

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1134 (1563)

    of Doctour Rowland Tailour, whiche suffred for the truth of Gods woord, vnder the tiranny of the Romayne Byshop. Anno. 1555. the. 9. day of February.Hadleye towne commended.THe towne of Hadley was one of the firste that receyued the woorde

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    October, the fourthe yeare of hys graces reigne, of the foresayde Chauntor of the cathedral churche of saint Dauides, and Rowland Meyrike, two of the Residentiaries there, before Christmas last, he vniustly of a prepensed mynde and purpose, afterward certified

    Q. Mary. Letters of B. Farrar touching his first troubles in K. Edwardes tyme.

    your poore orator Rob. Bish. of Saint Dauies, that where as one Tho. Lee (by the procurement of Tho. Yong, Rowland Mericke being both Canons of S. Dauids, and George Cōstantine Register to the said Bishop) hath exhibited vnto your

    Quene Mary. Doct. Rouland Taylour going to his Martyrdome.

    children.Elizabeth cryed saying: O my deare father. Mother, mother, here is my Father lead away. Then cried his wife: Rowland,Rowland where art thou? for it was a very darke morning, that the one could not see the other. D.

    Queene Mary. D. Rouland Taylor going to his Martyrdome.

    Elizabeth cried saying: O my deare father. Mother, mother, here is my father led away. Then cried his wife: Rowland,Rowland, where art thou? for it was a very darcke morning, that the one could not see the other. D.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AP MEREDYDD, Rowland (by 1529-1600 or later), of Bodowyr in Llanidan, Anglesey.

    MEREDYDD, Rowland (by 1529-1600 or later), of Bodowyr in Llanidan, Anglesey. Constituency Dates Anglesey 1558 Anglesey 1559 Ofifces Held Bailiff, commote of Twrcelyn, Anglesey 1550; j.p. Anglesey 1555-1600; collector of relief 1558, subsidy 1563; commr. defence 1569; other commissions c.1555-90;

    WITNALL, alias ELES, Rowland (d.1595), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    alias ELES, Rowland (d.1595), of Chipping Wycombe, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1572 Ofifces Held Alderman, Chipping Wycombce from 1564, mayor 1561-2, 1562-3, ?1571-2. Biography This Member called himself ‘Rowland Witnall alias Eles’, the entry in the printed Return of

    AP HYWEL (AP HOWELL, POWELL), Edward (by 1532-75/79), of Cardigan.

    for his daughters before naming them executors and Lloyd overseer, whereas Rowland claimed that provision had been made for him also. In another case, also heard by Bacon, Rowland sought possession of 300 acres near Cardigan which had belonged to

    ROWLAND, John (by 1512-49), of Windsor, Berks.

    ROWLAND, John (by 1512-49), of Windsor, Berks. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 1547 Ofifces Held Page of the robes by 1542-d.; keeper of Hundon park, Suff. 1543-d.; comptroller of customs, Chichester by 1546-d. Biography The first reference found to John Rowland relates

    MEREDYDD, Rowland ap (by 1529-1600 or later), of Bodowyr, Anglesey.

    1563; commr. defence 1569; escheator 1570-1; commr. inquiry into concealed lands in manor of Aberffraw, Anglesey 1590. Biography Rowland ap Meredydd, or Rowland Meredith as he tended to call himself in official documents from 1558 (though the surname was never

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 October 1690, 18 October 1690

    RoVt Cecill Efquire and Elizabeth his Wife, Relict and Adminiftratrix with the Will an¬ nexed of William Hale Efquire deceafed, Rowland Mynne Gentleman, and others, being an Appeal from a De¬ cree made in the Court of Chancery, in a Subscribers-only content

    24 November 1690, 24 November 1690

    Comes Portland. Comes Fauconberge. Comes Marleborougb« Vifcount Newport. Vifcount Weymouth. Vifcount Hatten. Vifcount Longueville. PRAYERS. Upon reading the Petition of Rowland Mynne, on y the Behalf of himfelf and of Bernard Mynn his Bro- Thomas. ther, and Dionis Davenant "Widow, Subscribers-only content

    27 November 1690, 27 November 1690

    Houfe, on Monday next, at Ten of the Clock in the Fore¬ noon. Vol. XIV. Upon reading the Petition of Rowland Mynne, Ber- Mynne &aL nard Mynne, and Dioneis Davenant; praying, " That xjtamas. " a Day may be appointed Subscribers-only content

    12 December 1690, 12 December 1690

    tins Day at the Bar, upon the Petition and Appeal of Rowland Mynne, Adminif- trator of the Goods of Rofe Hale (with the Will an¬ nexed) unadminiftered by Rowland Hale, Son and Exe¬ cutor of Rofe Hale, Bernard Mynne, and Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1691, 23 January 1692

    Sadler's " (her Relation) at her own Charge; ihe lives by her " Service." " Rowland Owen lives by Red Lyon Streete, at Wjstie Rowland " Chafpell; hath lived there Five Years; is an Houfe-Owen' " keeper, hath been fo Subscribers-only content

 

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