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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes St Neots ST. NEOTS THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST . MARY

    and the rood light, 1486, 1498 (ibid. i, 109, 175). Thomas Mylys, 1486, left 'to the makynge of ye Rode Seler , 13 s . 4 d .'; William Crouker, 1489, 'to the reparacion and makynge of the Rodeloft, 40

    Kingsbury Manors

    E. vi(1), ff. 75-77; C 143/329/3; Cal. Pat . 1358-61 , 167. The conveyance was complicated by transactions with Richard Seler , citizen of London , and Roger Boudon, Robert Stokes , and John Wroxston, clerks, but mortgages and uses

    Hospitals York

    the hospital, and a gold tabernacle given to St. Leonard 's church by Nicholas Slake had been pledged to William Seler , goldsmith of York , by Botheby for 10 marks, and the money had been applied to his personal

    The City of Leicester Social and economic history, 1066-1509

    as well as other commodities; but during the medieval period so far as is known only two saddlers (Laurence le Seler in 1291 and Thomas Seburgh in 1415 ), three glovers (Adam Racy in 1435 and 1440, John Penny in

    Leicester Index A - Z

    Penny, John (d. c . 1496), Proudlove, Racy, Reynold, John, Roberts, John, Ruddington , Hen. of, Rudyard , Thos., Seburgh, Seler , Smith, Dan., Southwell , Sutton , Edm., Toller, Geo., Topp fam., Townsend , Edm., Trigg, Wanley, Sam., Ward,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1499-1500

    Ryngyng off Ioh'n mascall es knell' vj d Item, ffor the makyng off his pytt iiij d Item, payd at Seler e , in the p re sens off M aster Alderman Ioh'n doklyng, Th omas hunt, Ioh'n mylton and

    Churchwardens' accounts, 1479-81

    sande, ij s. S um ma, It e m, payd to burton, mason, for hengyng of hok es into a Seler e dore, and for settyng of hok es , heng es , & staplis into a nothyr dore, And

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, March 1563, 01 March 1563-31 March 1563

    Bill (largely corrected by Sir Wm. Cecill), for the augmentation of small livings. March 13. Westminster. 5. Cecill to Gaspar Seler. Has obtained for him the Queen's licence to manufacture common salt in England. Advises him to come over directly. Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 6 Richard II (1382-3)

    . Atte Seler (Richard). To be buried in the churchyard of H. Trinity, London. His tenement over against the church of H. Trinity to be sold, and certain sums out of the proceeds to go to John atte Seler his

    Wills, 48 Edward III (1374-5)

    William, William and Agnes, children of William Aleyn, Johanna, wife of the same, her apprentices, and others. To Richard atte Seler, William Aleyn, and John Hanekyn, senior, she leaves a new saddle (? cellam ) with all its apparel respectively.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rhag codwam i'r dyfnder; Ye gryden yn hon rhown hbr Let I win salw hen seler. y Seler fawr ein Perydd,-Is seilian 'r grrig, Yw seler gre 'r Temlydd: mIn' heb arian rhauns b' rhydd nt. Lu o fan loyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heidgo dx aid dirgel- y iddl Brtlford, i gi folriad y ri. lle yr oedd Tobin yn r Ilv a. Seler f. cthetn mant rhati is I o'r ('ref ydoedd y & lea ph;hn aeth Yr ihddgei 1 wil; i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    under cuvcr from you, and to add the a;ssranaces of ray respect. T11. JrEFFErZ;soN." " CAas Bullifalr, Eq. far the Seler t .bej of Beaten." TO TItE IN~I.Bl]ANTS OF TilT, TOWVN OF nosrEoxsJ LESAI. TOWN IxlEEllN .tSSrMnJ.D. Your rerereii.a:tiofl and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F'OREIGN INTEILLIGENCE. . A tiser iori I'arin P ya1-' Thlbe French Government did not -riit tic le i Jl'llrnett tn piiliblili fie Note of the fltiasill Ci;! 't;, lli is had appe:ired in die Milan vril Florperie tapers. '11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L IS T OF NEW WORKS. 1. MEMOIRS of the COURT, ARIS- TOCRACY, and DIPLOMACY of AUSTRIA. By Dr E. VEisgsE Translated by F. Demmler. 2 vols, post 8vo. [On Tuesday next. 2. TEGOBORSEI'S COMMENTARIES on the PRODUCTIVE FORCES Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELMSALL, William, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    it is interesting to note that in the following year he began an action for conspiracy and trespass against Thomas Seler, one of the chaplains at whose instigation the excommunication was pronounced. The latter was actually convicted and, because of

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