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  • * British History Online * *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1529-30

    paid [for ] the entryng of an Accion & e Arest of Ioh'n Carpent er for howse Rent in e Ryall x d * * * * * paid to a Somoner for Somenyng of M r hiltons, preist ij

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1501-2

    em , ffor a halywat er sprynkkell' of laton S um ma x d It em , ffor pap er Ryall' to pryck song es in ffor the qwere S um ma vij d It em , ffor brede, wyne


    Charles Stephens. " 376 " 17 from bottom for Edw. read Edm. " 384 " 17 from bottom for Strudwick Ryall read Strudwick Pride. " 396 " 9 for Civil Lost read Civil List. " 400 " 21 from top

    Yorkshire Fines, 1594, 01 January 1594-31 December 1594

    Cockerell Laurence Thompson and Elena his wife Messuage with lands in Ryall, Camerton, and Paule, and the moiety of the manor of Ryall, and 40 s rent in Ryall, Camerton, and Ottryngham. Lands in Kirklyngton. John Rowth FrancisStottan and Elizabeth

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 29, April 1585, 01 April 1585-30 April 1585

    his steward. Has spent most of the last two years in Northumberland with Mr. Shafto of Bavington, Oswald Midford of Ryall, Wm. Fenwick of Bitchfield, Roger Fenwick of Cammawe, and Wm. Shafto of Gannerton, without wages from any of them Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ripple

    of small thatched half-timber cottages. There is a Baptist chapel here, built in 1863 , and a Wesleyan chapel at Ryall Grove . Queenhill with Holdfast is on the right bank of the Severn . The church at Queenhill is

    Townships Tockholes

    G. Feilden of Witton Park ; Marsden of Ryall , a small property under Tockholes Moor with a substantial farm-house probably erected in the 17th century; Marsden of Bradley ; Walmsley of Ryall and Walmsley of the Hill ; Abram

    Religious Guild Ludlow , Palmers ' Guild

    with private business. Surviving itineraries suggest that recruiting grounds were clearly divided between the two stewards. In 1446- 7 Richard Ryall spent two of his three journeys (each of three weeks) in the clothing districts of the west, each time

    Parishes Longdon

    Earl of Dorset sold this manor in 1661 -4 to Nicholas Lechmere of Hanley Castle . 168 It passed with Ryall in Ripple 169 to Susan wife of John Glasse , widow of Nicholas Lechmere , 170 who conveyed it

    Parishes Birlingham

    1411 . 81 From this date until the beginning of the 16th century the manor followed the same descent as Ryall in Ripple . 82 Robert Vampage and Eleanor his wife sold it in 1506 -7 to John Arderne, 83

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Martins Outwich.

    same yeere, 1300 . on the Feast Day of the Nativity of Saint John Baptist , they chose Henry de Ryall to be their Pilgrim. For the Master of this Mystery (as one that travelled for the whole Company) was

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Chapitur of Powles. The decims xxs. Thomas of Acres, a College in West chepe. Thomas Apostell, parish Chirch in the Ryall . Thomas, a Spitall in Southwerke. CHAPELLS. Thomas Martyr , a Chapell on London bridge . Corpus Christi Chapell,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    30 Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ryehill (Ryall) : undefined Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Moy'. Participant: Alan Robinson [Robynson] Role: witness Details: male; 28 Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ryehill (Ryall) : undefined Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ryehill (Ryall) : township


    Joshua Thompson [Thompson] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Employment: skinner Location: Wragby (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Wragby (Wragby) : ecclesiastical parish Ryhill (Ryall) : undefined Participant: Elizabeth Wormald [Wormall] Role: witness Details: female; 47; widow Location: Thornton (Lincolnshire) Place(s): Thornton (Thornton) :


    goods of Ralph Bell, deceased Participant: Randulph Bell [Bell] Role: testator Details: male; deceased; yeoman Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ryhill (Ryall, Ryhill, Ryhil) : undefined Yorkshire, East Riding Holderness (Holderness, Holdernesse) : archdeaconry Participant: John Bawtree [Bawtry] Role: witness Details:


    (Skekling cum Brunswick) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: AndrewLinsley [Linsley] Role: witness Details: male; 55; Yeoman Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Ryhill (Ryall) : undefined Participant: ThomasWilson [Wilson] Role: witness Details: male; 47; Yeoman Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Skeckling (Skekling) : undefined


    Pearson [Pereson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Burstwick (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Burstwick (Burstwick) : ecclesiastical parish Kirkby Ravensworth (YorkshireNorthRiding) Dalton Ryall(Ryall) : manor Participant: John Home [Holmes] Role: witness Details: male; 50; yeoman Location: Paull (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Thorngumbald (Thorngombald) :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deaer. Solicitors,AMessrs. Kear. sey and Spusrr, King-street, Cheapside. J. Als, Westfirle, Sussex, farmer, Solicitor, Mr. Gwynne, Lewes, Sussex. J. Pryce, Ryall, Worcester, dealer. Solicitor, Mr. Hicks Gray's-Ian-square. T. Wedgberrow, Himbleton, Worcester, grocer. Solicitors Messrs. Williams and White, Lincoln's-inn. J. Bennett, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was informed that his wife had been mar- ried on Tuesday last to Ryall. He caune to town, ill as he was, and found Ryall in possession of the bar, and on being questioned, Mrs.Dean at once admitted that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qseea Ann etreet Russell, 4oqeph, Rensington Rusqell, William, ditto Rutter, Cbos, Hiiliodon Rutty, Stephen F' Rnislip llubergall, '1. Coventry 0t Ryall, H. T, Crescent place S Sabine, Joseph, Mill street Saitmarsh, A, Corbet court Fanderson, R, Bielgravesq Sancton, P, Goswerstreet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Mr Cohen's views, and deemed woman to be acting most improperly in entering the political arena and by MeSsrs Ryall, Rathbone, and others, who took the iemaIe side of the question. The meeting, at which Diarv Anne Walker was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    We understand that Mr Mauls, the Sobcid to the Treasury, has received instructions to proceet against the men Patterson and Ryall, tnd that tlt police are at present engaged in procuring evd O Globe. O MVIDDLESEX MAGISTRATEs.-Thursday at ek i'lee Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1725, 16 February 1726

    of Wajhingion Earl Ferrers: Dowager Ferrets &al.: j^fo^ fa Anfwer of Maltis Ryall, to the Appeal of Timity Houfe he Mafter Wardens, and Affiftants, of the Corpora- Ryall: tion of Trinity houfe: Upon reading the Petition of the feveral Gentlemen,^a^iuo Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1725, 21 February 1726

    Trinity Houfe wherein the Mafter, Wardens, and Affiftants, of the ^ Corporation of Trinity Houfe are Appellants, and Mal- tis Ryall and George Noble are Refpondents; complain¬ ing of a-Decree of the Court of Chancery: And the Houfe being this Subscribers-only content

    19 January 1726, 19 January 1727

    Houfe pre- fented to His Majefty, and His Majefty's moft Graci¬ ous Anfwer thereunto, be forthwith printed and pub- lilhed. Ryall and Noble. " Lordfliips Order on the Refpondent Noble's Clerk in *• Court be deemed good Service, he being Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1726, 3 February 1727

    Twenty-five, in a Caufe wherein the Appellants were Plaintiffs, and Maltis Ryall and George Noble Defendants; and praying Re¬ lief: As alfo upon the Anfwers of the faid Maltis Ryall and George Noble put in to the faid Appeal; and Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1726, 4 February 1727

    Ryall is to pay the fame to the Appellants: And it is further Ordered, That the faid Malier do tax the Appellants Cofts in the faid Suit; and that the fame, when fo taxed, be paid by the Refpondent Subscribers-only content


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