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    Parishes Shellingford

    cent.); Salingeford, Schalingeford, Shallingford, Sallingford, Schillingford (xiii cent.); Shillingworth (xviii cent.). Shellingford is a small parish containing 1,761 acres, of which 482 acres are arable land and 1,096 acres permanent grass. 1 The ground slopes upwards from the River Ock Victoria County History

    Parishes East Meon East Meon Church

    Garden and Rookcomblane in the tithing of Ramsdean ; and a toft called Peppercombe and lands called Bevermon, Fernhills, and Shillingworth or Shillingore in the tithing of Bordean. The following plac e-names occur in a survey of the manor taken Victoria County History

    Surnames beginning 'S'

    1.8 ,assr, 1.43 ;Mary, w; Dan, s; Theophilus, s; Mary, d; Eliz, d, 1.8 Thos; Mary, w; Anne, d, 43.10 Shillingworth Eliz, ser, 36.1 Shingleton Mary, 72.7 Ship : Alice, ser, 45.3 Mat, bach, 17.86 Sar, ser, 75.1 Thos; Eliz, British History Online

    Charles I - volume 116, September 1-11, 1628, 01 September 1628-11 September 1628

    College, and Mr. Powell, of Hart Hall, and the words were subsequently repeated in their presence, and that of Mr. "Shillingworth" [ Chillingworth ] , of Trinity College . Sept. 6. London. 57. Lord President Marlborough to Sec. Conway. Sends Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, S, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    Margaret (?), daughter of Sherwood Forest , co. Notts timber from traveller to letter dated from ships to and from Shillingworth , consul at Leghorn Shipdham , Sam. Ships , shipping, vessels, boats, & c., casual notices of, passim; see Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Charles II, January 1669, 01 January 1669-31 January 1669

    Consul of Cadiz has done, and also power to appoint a deputy, in case of your own advancem ent. Consul Shillingworth boasts of having his place at Leghorn for life. It is said that Sir John Finch will leave italy Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, J. Green, W. Stannard, Thomas Bradstock (for perjury), H. Worrall, S. Green, W. Hammond, J. Fielder-For Ten Months: 3. Shillingworth, Stephen Godfrey.-For Nine Months: Obadiah Barker, J. Rolfe.-For Eight Months: Joseph Brown.-For Six Months: Edward Salishury, William White, John Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nalder, Md. Sevidga, fl Hobbs, sen. and jun., Latham, A. Blake, N. Stilgoe, T. t Smith, E 'Paxton, A. Parsons.Cauy, Shillingworth, Barton, h, Tollitt, Sothem, Kirman, Holland, G. Castle, Stevens, fi Game, lb. Henry Raw, Ald. Seary &. Messrs. Hitch-U Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the land belonging to them for sewage purposes. 8 : - - A Peter MAIlM, 22 yenrs of nge, of Shillingworth Farm, near Kilbarehan, fell dead on Wednesday when present at a danclag party. THE WIuNTEr Assizas.-The London Gazette announces Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    OR SWAN RIVER (under engagement to sail Fthe fith inst.'rtl, the fine clipper built sh'p LADY ELIZA- BETH. A fV t n, ROBERT MceACIIElt, Cuintander;: Vlasorn th o Ir oksI 'hlbshas~N% a full poop, and very superior or- the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    from the prosecutor a loan of £5 for a month. A note of hand for £6 2s was given by Shillingworth, for which amount a judg- ment was afterwards obtained, tbe bill having been dishonoured. On a distraint being made, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    in the opinions he had expressed in what had taken place subsequently. The New Poor Law. - A man named Shillingworth, aged 26, and his wife, aged 24, weie brought before Alder- man Piric, having been found in a destitute Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tnfr r Mar Vlr aS Bradstock (for perjury),' H. Worrall, J. Green, W. Hammond, J fielder For Ten Months-3 . Shillingworth, Stephen Godfrey For Am. .Woi._/__--Obadiah Barker, J Rolfe F»r Eicfht Months- Joseph Brown laSTtw^ -^' / '*- Edwar 4 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    b g Everett by Pellegrino- Celosia, 3 yrs, list 71b Owner 1 Mr. Best s Edward, aged, list 4lb ilr. Shillingworth 2 General Owen Williams's Kilt, 4 yrs, 12st 51b (inc. 6lb ex.) Mr. Vf. Genge's King's Court, 8 yrs, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d fro.a the pru-icutoi* loan of £5 for a month. A note of hand foi £li _;. «_i given by Shillingworth, for which amount a 'u.igtBrM was afterwards obtained, the bill laving beta in- honoured. On a distraint being mad-, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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