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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Weald Bassett Church

    of the vicarage, to William Doddington . 24 From that time the rectory descended with the alternate patronage to the Searles and their successors. About 1826 the rectory was acquired from the Plummer family by Daniel Giles , owner of

    Parishes Totteridge

    with 'Beauchampfeld' or 'Beauchampsted,' which was also conveyed by Snowe to William Blakewell . 43 By 1689 Serlys, then called Searles , had become united with the main manor. 44 A close or croft called 'Dyngleys' was conveyed by John

    North Weald Bassett Manors

    daughter of Sir William Sidney . 46 In 1554 Sir William Fitzwilliam sold Marshalls to John Searle . 47 The Searles were a local family, many of whose names occur in the parish registers of North Weald . 48 John

    Chesterton Introduction Chesterton 1840-1980

    a boatyard near the Fort St. George crossing in 1799 , were in business until the 1860s , and the Searles had opened another nearby, facing Midsummer Common, by the 1840s . 16 In the mid 19th century many people

    INDEX K-Z

    , family, Seaborne , Thos., rector of Langham , Seach , Ann, Seaman , Nat., rector of West Bergholt , Searles , Emily Margaret , Seckford , Chas., Humph., Thos. (d. by 1583 ), Thos. (d. 1588), Thos. (fl. 1592),

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.

    A Table of the names of the Martyrs.Friderike Danuille.1052I. Iohn Denly.1865K. Maureanda.1French Martyrs.1029 Iohn Esch a frier.1005KAtherin Ortegia.1046Mauricius Secenate.10Frier Beuerage.1441IAcobus Bouelius.1073Iohn Englishe.1034Katherin Allein.2163Maurice Blanc.10Frier Iohn Kelow.1442Iames1864Iohn Flesch.1033Katherine Cauches.2127Maxima.1Fructuosus.105Iames Auston.2208Iohn Fortune.2099Katherine Knight, otherwyse Maximinus.1 Iames Ashlye.2247Iohn Floyd.2235called Katheren Tinly.2257Maximus.89. 128. 1 Iames Banham.1168Iohn Fishcocke.2167Katherine Hut.2091Menas a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appears that some time since the prisoner went to Bath and took lodgings at the house of a chemist named Searles, in Claverton street, Wideombe. She tookthem forsix weeks, subject to the approval of her husband, representingherselfto be a married Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    riders, professionals 61b. extra. Ono mile. Gabardine ......... Mr. Edwards 1 Greenwich Fair ......... Mr. Woody 2 Wild Bird .. Searles 4 Apollo (Owner) and Imptieece (Capt. Berolay) alao ran. Betting: G to 4 Dgat Gabardine, 2 to 1 aget Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    information of the circunistinces to Detective-sergeant Kelly. Onl Friday night last a man in the service of the prosecutor, named Searles, accompanied by his brother, ;^ho is also is. the employment of Mr. Hawkills, and the above-named oficer, went to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fineiemore, Mucklow, Newey, Yates, I)uffield, Young, Cartwriglht (Hlighgate), Horton, Buckler, ]'ercy, ]'ovis, Jone.s, Wragg, Harmer, Wilson, Edgerton, Poultney, Ingrain, Bryant, Searles, and Tester. After breakfast, the chair was taken by the Rev. J. Hall, of West Bromwicb. Among those on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Freeman and Brown was abandoned, and the case being simply one of suspicion, the prisoners were discharged. 1RORBING AN EmPLOVEsP.-Jilliam Searles, :3, Summer Lane, machinist, was charged, on remand from the pre- vious Satirday, with stealing about £50. worth of Subscribers-only content

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