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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Uffington

    or thereabouts, which is applied in moieties in aid of the National school and in prizes to school children. Edward Rushley , as recorded on a tablet in the church, gave £10, one half of the interest to be distributed

    Parishes Loughton

    but Iseult his wife held as a widow after his death in 1361 . 56 From 1371 to 1395 Alan Rushley of Turvey appears to have acquired the rights over this manor, 57 but Thomas, the son of the aforesaid

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MoR. REuo nTnAn TuDoRo Re A. James. Wells and Grecen Farms, ll'imulow, Here ford - In this case, Miss Smith, Rushley, Worcester, was appointed trade assignee, on the application of Mr. Griffin. Re J. 2. Holland, Drapers' Field, Coventry, dealer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    private key, and other sterling informatiou, anent other coming events. Trial of Sir Joceph Hawley'e two-year-olde and a spin at Rushley, which proves we have alt along been right In stating, 7 would he the beet and 8 a deadt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Stennso.........Bradfield. Rather ......_, - Tirelon, Darbiehire, - iil Rtherhlaim Great) ... unno D~a... ..... itRush ..........11cc, Dnetwater..... Dient. J, Rushley, Ritaichley .... - Wastmsoroland. la Sadie .........IIStrafforth. is Sawloy .n....... ibble ......... is bSwzon .-cum - Scariling. w 5- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPO RTING. FORETETLLERS NOTES. SPECIAL TELEGRAM. sMe iCRESTFm, FaaDa.t-E.scelleft sport Was seen again at 3Manchester this afternoon, when large fields Were the rule from first to last. For all that backers h,,l their ow-n swell, no less than five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of an announcement. It Wvas evi'dient he eitlier hefonged to the family or was on most' intimate terms, and Miss Rushley introduced hi m as hercousin, the Hon. Mr. Courtney. * Itt the course of a few weeks " Cousin Subscribers-only content

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