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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, M

    Merston; Midsomer Norton; Molesey; Moresk; Moyally; Newcastle; Page Street; Patrington; Penrith; Penryn; Petersham and Ham; Pickering; Richmond and Sheen; Rillaton; Rudheath; Shippon; South Ruralt; Stoke Climsland; Stradbroke; Stratton super Fosse; Swingfield; Terrington; Thornton Bridge; Thwing; Treverbyn Courtney; Upton; West Anthony;

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    rangers and keepers of Royce , Capt. Royswick , Abraham Rozales , Aaron David Rudd , Thomas Rudge , Mr. Rudheath (co. Chester), manor of Rudman , Andreas Rufain , Capt. Ruggieri (Rugieri), Count Ruiderts , Cornelius Rumball , Richard Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, February 1650, 01 February 1650-28 February 1650

    Money. The discoveries named in the petition of Hen. Sydebotham of Rudheath are, that on 15 April 1650, he discovered the delinquency of John Winnington, who has lands in Rudheath, and also a debt of 11 l . due to Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 256, October 1651, 01 October 1651-31 October 1651

    County Committee for Cheshire to the Committee for Compounding. In April 1650, Henry Sidebotham of Rudheath Lordship discovered the delinquency of John Winnington of Rudheath, by which we received last year out of his lands and goods 8 l . Subscribers-only content

    General Index, R, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    Cambridge, riots at Rudd , Capt. Thomas, chief engineer report by, of survey Rudge , Alderman of London, return by Rudheath , manor of, co. Chester Rudyard , Sir Benjamin, speech in Parliament of Rumsey , Wm. Rupa , Mrs. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    he could substantiate by producing charters; in the course of a long-drawn-o ut dispute over the approvement of waste at Rudheath the abbot was reminded that 'no right can accrue from wrongful encroachments'. 124 There was another protracted quarrel on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D Trafford Two-year-old Stakes, 2,80; Stamford and Warrington Cup, 3.0; Mere Selling Handicap, 8.8D; Match, 4 0; Cheahir Plate, 4.80; Rudheath Stakes, 6.0. A sLSVALs. -Mayoress, Brltannia, Glisy Girl, Red Hifar, Match- less, Wilmington, Mitcham. Ogden, Woleth OOne of Two, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the Stewards subsequently diaqualified her, aod awarded the race to Red HIir. The first day's sport ended with the Rudheath Stakes, which was carried off by Mocking Bird easily by two lengths ; South Lancashire seconad, and Wings third. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ventereft, Cledford Bridge, Knight't Hulnee, Curtis Hotlse, Dacen. h arn, Stanthorn other wiae Stanthorne, Wharton, Boctock, Whatcreft,. ;e Moultun, Shipbrook, Rudheath, Shurlaolh otherwise Upper Shurnacha ie otherwise Higher Shurloch. Lower Shurlath, L-eftwleh, Eaton, Peek- ,e naifl, Billinige Green, Mare Heath, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mare Heath, Great BudotNrhlh at late ford, Castle Northwieh, Winninigton, WittnihrseWto-r- airs Twrrnhreoke otherwise Wilton-cttlf.Twamroboklee, BitcheLh ali- Dennis, Loetook Gralam, Rudheath, Little Leigh, Anderten, antn mLe- Bartington, Cogehiall, Comberbeeh, Dutton, Riarbury, MmrtoSee the Oak,, Lower Whitley, Higher Whitley otherwise Over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sourrof t Bar--at half-pest 10. Casubtidgeahir, this day, Sotton Wood; Friday, Chia. derleyGate-at half-put 10. Cheshire, this day Three Greyhounds, Rudheath; Wed. .neda, Duddon keath; Tbun= a, Appleton HalU; sa y, Oulton Parkat half-past 1. Cotawold (Mr, C. Colmore), this Subscribers-only content

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