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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Outlying parts of the Liberty Greenstead Greenstead c . 1838 Greenstead church c . 1824

    64 The Crown granted the manorial demesne, later Shaws farm, in 1545 to William Beriff, a Colchester clothmaker, and John Multon . 65 Beriff died in 1595 in sole possession of Shaws which he left to his son, another William

    Townships Anglezarke

    Liverpool in order to protect the Rivington water supply. 11 Other families that occur are the Anglezarkes, 12 Bulloughs, 13 Shaws , 14 Broadhursts, 15 and Willises. 16 George Shaw of High Bullough was a benefactor of the poor of

    Fordham Economic history

    Fordham Heath area, and in 1720 at least 31 a. survived in Frith wood in the north. 37 The unidentified Shaws wood on Great Fordham manor was still providing common pasture and feeding in 1772 . 38 Ash was grown

    Medieval Colchester Borough government

    St. Botolph's was also accused of holding a court within the liberty, presumably for Canonswick or for his manor of Shaws . 24 The Fee Farm and Borough Finances In the 11th and 12th centuries Colchester 's relations with the

    The hundred of Buttinghill

    manor of Hurstpierpoint and passed to the Gorings, 15 but instead of passing with the manor of Hurstpierpoint to the Shaws , Buttinghill Hundred was apparently acquired by another branch of the family, the Gorings of Highden . It descended

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    allH 71 Seasons and Climates. GERDDNY . , DLNi.' IKi Also: Real Wchlshi Flanne!i" , 1lilunict4, SiuniLd U'. Sv Skirtings, Shaws, Cara.ge and rpaveilul A S T0U .NG V A UEA HIGH CLASS TAXILORING.Uk TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES:-A Speciad;p y. All 1a(resels Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has had the good fortune to be approved and supported by Mr. O'Con- nell, and censured and opposed by the Shaws and Inglises. In either instance its happiness is undeserved, the praise and the blame are equally unmerited, but the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, On the 5th instant, at Hawkeatone, the ancient seat of the family, the lady of Sir Row. land Hllh5 Bert., M.at, of a. son and heir. Great rejoicings are tasing plge' in conse. quence throughout a great portion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rotunda, and content themselves with the refleiion from the British capital." For ourselves, we are happier when the Lefroys, and Shaws, and Jacksons blaze upon their meridianst Their direct beams overpower our weak organs: we want the wings of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trampled like a slave, or exterminated like a wolf. This is the sum and the substance of all that the Shaws vociferate and the Beresfords and O'Sullivans bellow; this is the marrow and pith of a thousand sermons and a Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.3396

    Fairbank [Farebanke] Role: witness Details: male Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sowerby (Soweribye) : undefined Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Shaw (Shayes, Shaws) : fieldname Location: Halifax (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Ellis Leas (Elly lighes, Ellys, Elies) : fieldname Cannot be precisely identified within

    CONS.CP.1826/5

    Far Bare Kilns Meadow (Far Barekilns Meadow, Far Bare Kilns Meadow) : fieldname Westerlong Lands (Westerlong Lands) : fieldname Shaws(Shaws) : fieldname Moor Close (Moor Close) : fieldname Blancholmes (Blencholmes) : fieldname Middlestyes (Middlestyes) : fieldname Stonepits (Stonepits) :

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E

    468. -, -, 467. Ellingham , Laird of, 461. Elliotts or Elwoods , 366, 1047. Elliott , Hob of the Shaws, 366, 383. -, Edward, 366. -, Martin, 630. Elphinstone , Nicholas, requests to Lord Burghley, 422. -, -, letter

    Elizabeth, May 1572, 15-31, 16 May 1572-31 May 1572

    offenders, but took five prisoners, notable thieves, who came in pursuit. They have also sore hurt Hobb Elliott of the Shaws, or Edward his brother, and if either die it will heap upon the Greames a greater feud, so they

    Index, H, I

    a Jesuit, 1615. Highlanders , 505. Higgins , a pirate, 1446, 1496. Hill , a pirate, 1499. Hob of the Shaws , 1047. Hodgson , Mr., 1017 8. Hogensac , Philip de, 1559. Holigarchia , 161. Holland , States of,

    Roger Whitley's Diary, January 1696, 01 January 1696-31 January 1696

    3 sisters & K[ate ] dined with me; after diner came Jones about speaking to the Sheriffe in behalfe of Shaws wife (who was his lodger) the wife & another had bin with me in the morning to the same

    Index, E, 01 July 1560-01 December 1594

    John: his arms, p. 39. Ellot (Elwodd, Elwold), Ad.: unfurnished, p. 49. Adam, "Condus": p. 121. Adam (Edie), of the Shaws: p. 121; raids by, 229, 595. Eddie, "Davie Carlinge's" son: raids by, pp. 347, 348, 349, 364. Adam: son Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 June 1825, 7 June 1825

    988 7° Junii. c< c< (1 I. c< c< Message to H.C. with Amendm^ to it. Law Mer¬ chant Aniendm* Bill. to the Defendants in any such Indictments, Infor¬ mations, Suits or Actions, to plead the General Issue, and Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1825, 9 June 1825

    1008 Nether Whitacre Inclosure Bill. 9° Junii. BognorIm¬ provement Bill : The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Com¬ mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act for in- " closing Lands in the Manor of Nether Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Greenock Railways Amalgamation; Glasgow, Paisley, and Greenock Railway) ; Post Office, Nos. 28, 29, 31. GREENOCK, PROVOST, Ac. OF. See Shaws Watee Joint Stock Company and another v. Peovost, Ac. of Greenock et AL. GREENWICH. See Bills, Local, &c (Greenwich; Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 25 November 1823

    Richard Kermod - William Wilson Charles Cowll Charles Morrison - William Cowll William Craig Thomas Karran Edward Harrison - Misses Shaws Robert Steuart OFFICE. Governor in Chief Lieutenant Governor • Attorney General * - First Deemster - Second Deemster Water Subscribers-only content

    16 September 1831, 16 September 1831

    remedy suggested, Mr. Long commenced to act in his place on the 7th of the in his opinion upon Mr, Shaws, Petition, as the mode to same month, and continued until the last day of Hilary have his decision reviewed, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Irish parliamentary policy: a letter with rejoinders to replies., 1881

    at an end, and land-grabbing was the fruitful source of evictions and rack-renting. It would take an endless succession of Shaws and Butts to bring about such a change in public opinion. Then, again, Mr. Parnell has made the English Subscribers-only content

    Two and two make four, 1893

    the invention of a Mr Olner , whose patent lias beeu taken over by a svndi ale composed of the Shaws of W ul\ei- Inmpton, myself, and oue oi two gentleme i \\hatvei is tieatel with Pegajioid be ou e3 Subscribers-only content

    Irish parliamentary policy: a letter with rejoinders to replies., 1881

    at an end, and land-grabbing was the fruitful source of evictions and rack-renting. It would take an endless succession of Shaws and Butts to bring about such a change in public opinion. Then, again, Mr. Parnell has made the English Subscribers-only content

    Queen's messengers., 1878

    so narrow, beneath her feet, the girl would have gone on cheerfully enough. But there was no real road for about half the distance between High Tor and' Shaws , as that solitary spot where stood the abode 6£the Mudges Subscribers-only content

    Rochdale in 1745 & 1746, 1874

    since, a few disaffected men amongst its inhabitants, namely, members and branches of the following families, Hollands , Holts , Shaws , Cleggs, Stotts, and others. These congregated after the labours of the day at the hostelry called the Eagle Subscribers-only content

 

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