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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to Volumes VI, VIII, and X

    b , line 33, for ' Abraham Rudhall ' read 'the Rudhall foundry' " " 218, note 84, for '127' read '52' " " 293, s.v . bellfounders, after 'Rigby, Alex.;' add ' Rudhall , Abel' and after 'Abraham' delete

    Horsley Church

    fittings replaced. 80 The bells include two dated 1632, three cast during the 18th century by various members of the Rudhall family, and one, replacing an earlier bell, cast by Mears and Stainbank in 1871 . 81 The ancient plate

    Woodchester Church

    peal on Holy Innocents Day: 94 (i) 1761 by the Rudhall foundry; (ii) 1622; (iii) 1635; (iv) 1793 by John Rudhall ; (v) a 15th-century bell; (vi) 1738 by Abel Rudhall . 95 The registers begin in 1563 but are

    Parishes Little Compton

    south aisle is represented the execution of King Charles I with Bishop Juxon attending him. There are five bells by Rudhall , dated 1720 (one re-cast 1810). 24 The registers date from 1588, the earliest book being small, of badly

    Wheatenhurst or Whitminster Church

    surviving blank bell of 1634 and the three recast or replaced by Abraham Rudhall in 1722 . 27 Two more bells were added in 1888 28 and Rudhall 's tenor bell was recast in 1924 . 29 The plate includes

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    obeunti Westmonasterii, quo virum ad Parliamentum comitabatur, Harbartus Westfalingus, Episcopus Herefordiensis, susceptis ex ipsa quinq; liberis; Harbarto, qui duxit Franciscam Rudhall generosam; Anna quæ Gulielmo Jeffereys, Ar. Margareta, quæ Richardo Eedes, Wigorniæ Decano; Elizabetha, quæ Roberto Walweyne generoso; & Francisca,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 21 September 1642, 21 September 1642-21 September 1642

    Warrant was read, under the Hands of Wallop Brabazon , Sir Wm. Croft, Fitz-Wm. Conningsbye, Tho. Price, Hen. Lingen, Wm. Rudhall , Commissioners of Array for the County of Hereford , directed to the High Sheriff of the said County;

    Cecil Papers, 1610, 01 January 1610-31 December 1610

    the wardship was bought off Sir David in the name of Sir Herbert Croft by Mr Rudhall, 3 Croft's uncle. Since that time Rudhall has received the entire profits of the wardship and estate, and has married one of his

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    dated; 376, 418. the merchants of; 62. Route , in Ireland; 67. Rozzio , Mr.; 175. Rubimprez , ; 387. Rudhall , William, letter of; 355. Ruffek , M.; 79. Ruisseau , M. de; 136. Runtoun ; 458. Russell :

    Index, Q, R

    John Royston , co. Herts. 12 Ruckwood. See Rookwood Ruddock , Mr. 281 Rudhal , Mr. See Rudhall, William Rudhall , William, of Rudhall, co. Hereford 183 and n Ruislip , co. Middlesex 230 Rumler , John Wolfgang, apothecary to

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 120, Undated 1577, 01 January 1577-31 December 1577

    and praying the same may be restrained by proclamation. 68. Mem orial of Tho. Conyngesbye to Walsyngham. Exceptions against Wm. Rudhall, Esq; declaring that he cannot indifferently be chosen sheriff of the County of Hereford, as he has many suits Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUDHALE, John (1498-1530), of Rudhall, Herefs.

    RUDHALE, John (1498-1530), of Rudhall, Herefs. Constituency Dates Herefordshire 1529 Ofifces Held J.p. Worcs. 1524, 1526, Herefs. 1525, 1528. Biography The well established family of Rudhale took its name from Rudhall, near Ross, where it had been settled since at

    WESTFALING, Herbert Rudhale (?1671-1743), of Rudhall, Herefs.

    Rudhale (?1671-1743), of Rudhall, Herefs. Constituency Dates Hereford 12 Mar. 1717 31727 Ofifces Held Commr. for stating army debts 1720-2. Biography Westfaling was descended from Herbert Westfaling, bishop of Hereford 1585-1602. His father, M.P. Hereford 1660 and 1661-79, inherited the

    WESTFALING, Herbert (1630-1705), of Mansell Gamage, Herefs.

    Gamage in 1701, leaving himself only the two-ninths of the Rudhall estate which he had inherited in 1668. He died in 1705, and was succeeded by his son Herbert Rudhall Westfaling, who sat for Hereford as a Whig from 1716

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adverted. DREADFUL ACCIDENT.-On Monday the Right Hon. Mrs Yorke was thrown from a car in which she was returning to Rudhall, from Ross, and so much injured, that she died immediately. The deceased was the sister of Earl Somers. FRIGHTFUL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2, Park Buildings, Soho Hill. 128S 1O be SOLD, a BRASS BUGLE, nearly new, with TJ Cornet-a-Piston attachment, made by Rudhall, Rose, anad Co.- Apply by letter to Captaic Jones, Shiffiial. EW MILK, war-anted geniino and pure, CREAM N ant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Rudhall, of Gloucester, in 1330. No. U has ilio following inscribed upon it :-"loe opere impleto, Jessi vistute faveto." No. 7 has, the followings upon it:- Habco nomen Gabrielis, ruissi de ccelis." No. 8 was also recast by Rudhall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Landseer and Salvator Rosa, and many first-class modern works, a very fine-toned PIANOFORTE, by Broadwood, eight-keyed silver Flute, by Rudhall and Rose. valuable Music. rosewood Cauterhury, rosewood Chiffionero Bookcase, with marble slab, tanrqueterie Tables, Air Pump, &c., an extensive Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Landser and Salvator Ruse, and many first-class modem works, a very flue-toned PLANOFOItTE, by ibroadwood, eight-keyed siver Flute, by Rudhall atid Rose valuable Music, rosewood Canterbury, rosewoodChitioneroBookeose, with marble slab, Marqueterie Tables, Air Pump, &c., an extensive and varied Subscribers-only content

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