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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. Benefactors.

    , Esquire, gave two very fair Silver Flagons of the like value. Ex Registro Curiæ Prærogativæ Cant . extract. Master Sampsons Will. Item, I give and bequeath these Annuities ensuing to be issuing out of certain Tenements of mine, viz,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stockerston

    tenant was Henry Murdak, whose claim seems to have come through the wardship of an heir, perhaps one of the Sampsons . 18 In 1268 William and Iseult Murdak confirmed the manor to Henry, William's father. 19 Henry Murdak died

    Parishes Farnham Royal with Seer Green

    later mention of Farnham Lee has been found. Missenden Abbey owned land in Farnham which included a wood called ' Sampsons ,' 100 and which was granted in 1540 to Robert Drury . 101 In 1536 Eton College was said

    Parishes Lopen

    Richard Sampson in 1748 took it for a fine of £250 and a slightly increased rent. 96 By 1788 the Sampsons had been succeeded by the Bartletts , Robert Bartlett having the farm for 14 years for a rent of

    Cranoe

    to land in Stockerston , asserted through the wardship of an heir. 20 Their connexion, if any existed, with the Sampsons is not known, and in Cranoe they conveyed their property to the Boyvilles, whereas in Stockerston they kept it

    Parishes Broxbourne with Hoddesdon

    Hoddesdon are Phelippesholm, Flodgate Bridge, Huttescroft, Beggeres-grene, Gosewellehelle, Algoresholme, Loffeld (xiii cent.); Hathell, le Newelonde, Coppethorne (xiv cent.); Pikottes, Sawells, Sampsons , Broderedyng, Longhedge and Stockinges (xv and xvi cent.); Tunefield, Harfield , Cockabury Stable (xvii cent.); Morsforlong, Sparewynesmade, Lawefeld,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    industrious countrymen have yet to form acquaintance sith the Baron Bradwvardines and Fergus M Ivors, the Meg Merilees and Dominie Sampsons. the Edie Ochiltrees, Old Mortali. ties, Die Vernons, Rob Hops, Jeanie Draunen. and numberless other im- mortal ereatiens of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of our industrious countrymen have yet to form acquaintancewith the Baron Bradwardines and Fergus M'lvors, the hieg Merilees and Domissie Sampsons, the Edie Ochiltrees, Old Mortali- ties, Die Vornont, Rob Roys, Jeanic Deanses, and numberless other im- mortal creations of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    our industrious countrymen have yet to form acquaintance with the Ror Bradsvardines and Fergus MIvors, the Meg Merilees and Domisie Sampsons. the Edie Ochiltrees, Old Mortali. ties, Die Vernoes, Rob Roys, Jeanie Deansc., and numberless other im. mortal creations of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a treatise upon ancient astrology; Sir William Armstrong is a very scientific man I dare say. We don't want Dominie Sampsons, but practical men of common sense. The truth is, we require open coluPe tition and fair play.-I am, Sir, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    noble. So far from the truth is Lord Macaulay's flirt at the English clergy, whom he mistakes for the Dominie Sampsons of the novelist, and their wives for the menial waiting-women of his own time. Even Locke, Whig and philosopher Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1549-50

    of this Accompt iiij s viij d Receyued for one of the Alter stones that lyeth on the good wif Sampsons pyt iij s iiij d Receyued of ffraunc es Semper toward the Cost es of the Sute for the

    Venice, July 1618, 16-31, 01 July 1618-31 July 1618

    mosquito, nor yet his much bigger relation whose birthplace is among the reeds and marshes and whose sting would slay Sampsons. Oh, rare felicity of this kingdom. Any woman soever, however noble, even if she be married, fails not to

    Henry VIII, April 1540, 21-30, 21 April 1540-30 April 1540

    grant, bargain, or sale of the late abbot and convent of St. Osith's; and all farms, lands, & c., called Sampsons, in Peldon, which Th. Tey now holds, all which belonged to St. Osith's; also with reservation of a meadow

    Index, S, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Westminster (? de Valmaister ), 737. -, -, his mule, 719. Sampson , Nic., 608 (3). -, Thurstan, p. 554. Sampsons , in Peldon, Essex, g. 611 (8 p. 285). Samweys , John, g. 436 (64). Sanayge (Panayge, qu. Savage?)

    Henry VIII, September 1545, 26-30, 01 September 1545-30 September 1545

    tower ("towne" in 3) of Dounce, Harelawe, Bortike, Eastbortek, Parkehead, Cawdside, Blakdikes, Brykenside, Kaydesheale, Redheugh, Manderston, Manwarre, Elfoyle, Cronesteyne, Kawkeylawe, Sampsons Walles, the Brigende, the Checklawe, Dounce mylne, the East Maynes. Summa lij. "Edrame parish. The castle of Whetherburne, Mongouse

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LOVELACE, John (by 1497-1558), of Hurley, Berks.

    1558, as his daughter. Turner left her the greater part of his estate and he also left bequests to several Sampsons, including another Grace, his goddaughter. An explanation of the contradiction might be that Turner was Grace Lovelace’s stepfather but

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 February 1786, 2 February 1786

    Owners of Eitates within the Manors and Tythings of Great Ckelworth and Little Chelworth, within the Parifti of Cricklade Saint Sampsons, in the County of Wilts, was prefented to the Houfe, and read; Setting forth, That there are, within the Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1786, 24 March 1786

    Common Meadows, in the Manors and Tythings of Great Chelworth and Little Chelworth, in the Pa- rifti of Cricklade Saint Sampsons, in the County of Wilts, was prefented to the Houie, and read; Set¬ ting forth, That the Petitioners obferve, Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1786, 23 May 1786

    Manors and Tythings of Great and Little Chelworth, or One of them, in the faid Parifh of Crick¬ lade Saint Sampsons,, in the County of Wilts; and Alledging, That the Petitioner is entitled to a Part of the laid Common Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1786, 2 June 1786

    Godby, on Behalf of himfelf and feveral others, Owners of Lands lying in the Manors and Tythings oi Great and Little Cheheorth, in the Parifli of'" Crick¬ lade Saint Sampsons, in the County of Wilts, and alio 10 O Occupiers Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1786, 2 June 1786

    and Houfes in the faid Pariib. of Cricklade Saint Sampsons, and in the Pariih of Crick- lade Saint Mary's, in the laid County, was referred ; That the Committee had examined, and found that ttie Standing Orders of the Houfe, Subscribers-only content

 

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