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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Carleton

    to Dorothy and Francis Haughton ; Towneley MS. C 8, 13 (Chet. Lib.), 523. He purchased it from Mrs. Dorothy Shelvock , 'daughter to that Mr. Haughton which lived in Wavertree Lanc'; Irvine , Liverpool in time of Chas. II

    Index K-Z

    servants, Eardiston , q.v . fmrs.' club, holdings, peasant, labour services, livestock, n , man., mkt. and fair, New Ruyton, Shelvock , q.v . vicar, Welsh raids, woods, n Rychard , Ric., rye , see crops: cereal rye grass ,

    Domesday Book 1540-1750 CHURCH ASTON 1681

    could raise up a new landowning family. In 1567 Archbishop Young of York , perhaps descended from minor landowners at Shelvock in the later Middle Ages, bought the earl of Arundel 's manors of RuytonXI-Towns, Kinnerley , and Melverley and

  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1655, April (2 of 6), 01 April 1655-30 April 1655

    whither they went he knows not. This information was taken by me, W. Nash. Gilbert Metcalf. The deposition of Philip Shelvock, aged 34 years, or thereabouts, taken upon oath before me Humphrey Mackworth, esq; one of the justices of the

    State Papers, 1655, March (4 of 8), 01 March 1655-31 March 1655

    of Coland's messenger to Riga, who is gone at the emperor's charge and conduction. The information of Francis Thornes of Shelvock in the county of Salop, esq; before commissary general Reynolds, Humphrey Mackworth, esq; governor of Shrewsbury, William Crowne, esq

    Entry Book, February 1687, 1-10, 01 February 1687-10 February 1687

    a freedom [naturalization ] for said ship. Ibid , p. 17. Same to Phi. Frowde of the petition of Charles Shelvock, postmaster at Shrewsbury, shewing that his father was postmaster there and left the petitioner indebted to the Office of

    Entry Book, December 1687, 16-20, 16 December 1687-20 December 1687

    0 Tho. Roadmain of Northall, dead, very poor. 18 1 8 Koch Hichcocke of Ludlow, desperate 31 16 2 Jno. Shelvock of Shrewsbury, worth nothing 0 0 6 Edw. Squire of Ely, dead, worth nothing 0 3 4 Edward Lott

    Index

    his account of the disposition of the people in Norfolk towards the protector, 328. Shelly , Eliezus. See Cromwell . Shelvock , Philip, his deposition, touching, the insurrection, 353. Shenton , Robert, of Eyton, his examination on oath, 267. Shrewsbury

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNES, Roger, of Shrewsbury and Shelvock, Salop.

    of Shrewsbury and Shelvock, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 1395 Shrewsbury 1402 Shrewsbury 1410 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Glos., Herefs., Worcs., Salop Oct. 1397 (breaches of the 1390 statute relating to shoemakers and tanners), Salop and the adjacent march Oct.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1%f, Mr Griffith Evanr, Cynfal. Brya- I crug ; 2i, Mr John Roberts, P'rfeddnant, Tovvn. I Beirniaid Mr. Thos Lloyd, Shelvock, Ruyton, Eleven Towns ; Major Williams, Wallog, Aberystwyth; ArgiwVydd Comberinere, Combermere Abbey, CroeF- oswaIlt, a Mr. R'bert Owen, Lled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tned collection of out flowers ; "Simeonl Dunn, Dunn's Banle, for pinks; Edward .Ssitlm, Hagley, t climbing roses ; John Shelvock, Hales Owren, German o stocks; N.e~whinm, flegley, nosegay ; Samuel Bate, Hales Owem,, flower in design, and design eif Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cauliflowerst 1st prize John Shilvock.- (Ismeunabers: let prce P. lestese._-Rheebarhb: lt pc-ice, Henry Serd2 , John Shilvoek ; 3rd, Isaac Shelvock. - 1.ettuce : t c s Shilvock; 2nd, John Shiilvock CIed, 1Tomas Poohe-OIsa e wiste lst prize, Isuaes Shilvok Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Loving Lamb, NothIfield Road, front William Smith to Edward Lay- the Church Inn, Netherton, from B. Bennett to Wilfiam Shelvock; the ROd Cow, Foster's Field, from Sarah Smith to Benjamini Silith; the Welsh Go-By, Sulop Street, from John lient Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EUBLIC NOTICE'S. BIMINoHAMBI DAILY MAIL. PULPIT PHOTOGRAPHES. A lRIANCFMENTS have been made for the publicatiou Ak in the lAILY MAIL of a Series of PULPiT PHOd'OGRAPJiS, baing Orig ia) Criticians on the Leading Preachers of Birmingham, Sketches of tie Subscribers-only content

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