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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cranborne Chase

    the forest, the red deer, fallow deer, roe deer, and wild boar, was enforced in Cranborne Chase . Vernditch and Rushmore ( Berwick St. John ) were the only deer walks of the chase lying within Wiltshire . That at

    Parishes Berwick St John

    Ebbesborne Wake, and Rushmore walk, west and south of Staplefoot. 21 In Rushmore walk the keeper of the chase had a lodge, Rushmore Lodge , in the 15th century. 22 It was near the site of Rushmore House and from

    The colleges and halls St Catharine's St. Catharine's College . Gules a Catherine wheel or . [Recorded by the heralds, 1684 ]

    which finally secured another Act dissociating the two appointments. Accordingly in 1927 was elected the first lay Master, F. M. Rushmore , who as post-war tutor had been responsible for the rebirth of the College in 1919 . In recent

    Hackney List of Churches

    Souls 1972 . 83 Ch. demol. 1973 84 and replaced by All Saints Ct. flats. Mission in iron chapel in Rushmore Rd. by 1881 ; later called Good Shepherd mission. Attendance 1903 : 46 a.m., 71 p.m. Closed c .

    Hackney Education

    Free and Parochial JM, I schs. Roll 1993 : 319 JM & I. Rendlesham Rd., see Benthal. Rushmore . Opened 1877 as Rushmore Rd. bd. for 432 B, 432 G, 382 I, and 1908 for 330 JM, inc. pupils from

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1600-31 December 1600

    , George, fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 54, 55. letter from, 53. Rushe , Ruisshe, Sir Fr., letter from, 222. Rushmore , 273 (2). Rusland . See Russia. Russell , Anne Lady, 176. Elizabeth Dowager Lady, 51. , letters from,

    Cecil Papers, August 1600, 1-15, 01 August 1600-15 August 1600

    thank you for Vivien. We do wish you more cordially here than you can wish yourself. To-morrow I go to Rushmore again to take thorough order. The trees, I think, may be released again to the first buyers, for they

    Cecil Papers, 1617, 01 January 1617-31 December 1617

    Hawles of Upwymborne; Burseystok walk Edward Budden of St. Giles; Robert Swaine of Tarrant Gunville, keeper of the West walk; Rushmore walk Edward Hawles. Elles Butler doth kep it." Edward Percival to Christopher K eighley. 1616 17, January 2. "The

    Index, Q, R

    on naval events, 454. Rushden (Rusden), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126. Rushmore Walk , co. Wilts, 41, 44. benefits enjoyed by Keeper of, 46. Keeper of. See Hawles, Edward. Rushton (Tarrant

    Index, H, I

    Keighley, 42, 44, 46. letters to Earl of Salisbury, 46, 50. letter to Dowthwaite, 59. Hawles , Edward, Keeper of Rushmore Walk, co. Wilts, 41. Hay , James, Lord Hay, later Viscount Doncaster and 1st Earl of Carlisle, guest at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him a little bundle, which was tied up in a dirty blue cloth. Mr Stracey, bailiff to Lord Rivers at Rushmore lodge, saw him on Monday morning, the 31st of October, wearing a " wide-awake " hat. On the same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii' D up5SE3 A £5~~~~. eisc fyeI~ rooms,; d5it gns lI S1 D affl r ciTC Isper weeka r'- i C.LtA swot stt i S tro gw~l (tche ~,prctoljr hall, three reception tot *a stablingS, greeishousO, lergo ti vhs-c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LORD RIVERS AND THE CLAIMANT. Lard Rivers has forwarded the following letter to the editor of the Tic~iborac Oaecete, dated Rushmore, Sheftos. bury, Sept. 13, 1874:- it Sir,-As the chief circulation of your paper is amongst the frionds of Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last a tragedy of a most drnCadfIl character was enacted ait Rushmore, near 11eollington, hrlirspilre. (In the morningof that day, bctwveen eight and nine reclock, a man named James Winnall, the son of at well-to-do farmer, went out to shoot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    X Emnblth, Frenmb, music. sgiing, drawing.-diss £arle, 12, Prencis Road, DUrmi irghami cG S7 bOVEI: FSS Pripfl Waisted.-AddlrsCS, Blisas Friend, Rushmore (i Heuse, i3laiebrookt. Klidderminster. _ eSMO *5OVE siisEs Esleverl)f luserY rand accouipillued. Disou. G cag3cr.d Lhalies' applicatioho free-Apply, Srs. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Gulielmus Banks, 25/4/1685

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 64761 Linked to person: Banks, William 1685-1696 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Banks Forename Gulielmus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 25/4/1685 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Rushmore//Suffolk

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