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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dowlish Wake

    (d. 1551), son of John Speke (V). 49 Thereafter it descended through the Speke family with Cudworth manor until the death of George Speke in 1753 , when it passed to his daughter Mary Speke of Sowton ( Devon ).

    Townships Halewood

    old path from Liverpool through Childwall to Hale , has degenerated into a pathway along the boundary between Halewood and Speke ; the southern part has been somewhat diverted, but an existing footpath to Hale village seems to be the

    Townships Hale

    settlement for lands in Speke the remainders are thus given:-John Layot junior, Robert Layot, Thomas Layot junior, William Layot, Thomas Layot, clerk, senior, Joan Layot, the two lastnamed for life; then to William Norris (of Speke ), and to William

    Townships Blackrod

    Norris of Speke in 1582 . 30 ARLEY was another ancient estate, held in 1393 by William le Walsh. 31 He was followed by a Standish family. 31a In later times a junior branch of the Norrises of Speke were

    Townships Charnock Richard

    Crosby and Speke , 29 and lands in the latter township remained in the family for some generations. Adam was succeeded by his son Henry, living as late as 1370, who in 1366 granted his lands in Speke to his

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPEKE, Sir Hugh, 1st Bt. (c.1619-61), of Hazelbury, Box, Wilts.

    privy chamber (extraordinary) July 1660, (ordinary) 1661-d. Biography Speke came from a cadet branch of the Somerset family that acquired Hazelbury in 1602. The family connexions were entirely Roman Catholic, and Speke was educated at Douai, where his uncle Francis

    SPEKE, George (1623-89), of White Lackington, Som.

    and his son-in-law John Trenchard were both indicted upon charges of treason, and Speke himself was arrested for helping Trenchard to escape. Monmouth’s invasion brought further trouble; Speke, his wife, and his sons were all implicated and the fourth son,

    NORRIS, Sir William (1501-68), of Speke, Lancs.

    Speke, Lancs. Constituency Dates Liverpool Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Lancs. 1544-5; j.p. Cheshire 1547; commr. relief, Cheshire, Lancs. 1550; other commissions 1535-65; mayor, Liverpool, Lancs. 1554-5; member, council of Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby by 1555. Biography

    SPEKE, John (c.1652-1728), of White Lackington and Dillington, Som.

    SPEKE, John (c.1652-1728), of White Lackington and Dillington, Som. Constituency Dates Ilchester 1 Apr. 1679 Jan. 1681 Taunton 10 Apr. 1690 1698 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, recusancy fines Mar. 1688. Biography Speke was described as ‘a silly and insignificant

    SPEKE, Sir George, 2nd Bt. (1653-83), of Hazelbury, Box, Wilts.

    SPEKE, Sir George, 2nd Bt. (1653-83), of Hazelbury, Box, Wilts. Constituency Dates Bath 20 Apr. 1675 Bath Mar. 1679 Bath Oct. 1679 Chippenham 1681 Ofifces Held Freeman, Bath 1675; commr. for assessment, Wilts. 1677-80. Biography A dutiful son to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A.S. SYR HAB3)D EARLE. S. R. GRAV-SIYew., A.S. 4*. OSBORE 20GA, Ysw., A.S, ROB ER~tEV4BYsw. S EREDERICE R LEYLAND, Yaw., Speke :dL - WILLIM BHlllBONE,-Ysw., A.S. CHARLES T1B, Ysw., A. C. LANOTON, sw., U.H., Cadelryddy Ioeal Boaed ] DE. ROBERT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Mr. Bennett, a oes genych chwi y syniad lleiaf pa beth all taith fechan felly gostio Coatiodd taith Bnrton a Speke rbwng dwy a phedimuAydhcwiebao i fyned i'r draul." AteboddMr. Bennett, Tytiwh fil o bunau i ddecbreu, a phan dresliwo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    draed ei fi gydwladwyr, dvmuna yr ysgriferydd roddi pob a& Y anrhydedd i'w ragflaenoriaid a baeddant. Haedda p. Ind gvaith Speke a Grant y ganmoliaeth uewhaf, yn rb], gymaint ag iddynt agor darn anferth o wlad, ag- oedd ci 'dd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Dods, Northumberland- street. J. Walters, Worcester, shoemakerl. [Messrs. liamiltdn, Southamptoni-st. J. Tillman, Exinouth, glazier. [Messrs. Tilleard, Old Jewry. W. 0. Speke, Lancashire, farmner. 5jlessrs. Norris, John-street. J1. Brs~g Harrington, ship-owner. TMessrs. Norris, John-street. J1. SCtloes~, 3. Broughten, and R. Scholes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iinocence. We solemnly declare, that we have seen or read of nothing like this since the prosecution of Braddon and Speke, in the reign of Charles the Second.", These proceedings will serve to strengthen the disposition of re- flecting men Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.I.2675

    Place(s): Allerton (Allerton) : undefined Participant: IsaacGrace [Grace] Role: witness Details: male; 69 Employment: Butcher Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke(Speke) : undefined Participant: BirdLow [Low] Role: witness Details: male; 58 Employment: Farmer Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Garston (Garston) :

    CP.G.1685

    : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Wainewrigh [Waynewright] Role: witness Details: male; 28 Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke (Speake) : undefined Childwall (Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Hale (Hale, Haill,

    CP.G.1709

    Thomas Pemberton [Pembertone] Role: witness Details: male Participant: John Wainewright [Waynewright] Role: witness Details: male; 29 Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke (Speyke) : undefined Childwall (Chyldwall, Childewall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Ireland [Ireland] Role: witness

    CP.G.1691

    Notary Public Participant: John Wainewright [Waynewright; Wainwright] Role: witness Details: male; 28; son of Thomas Wainewright Location: Childwall (Lancashire) Place(s): Speke (Speak) : undefined Childwall (Childwall) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: John Ireland [Yrelande] Role: witness Details:

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Margaret Arrowsmith

    Details Margaret Arrowsmith in religion Margaret Francis Born in Speke Died 1752 6 Jan in Bruges mother Anne Brookes father James Arrowsmith

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Skrek's delicious stewed steak & macaroni

    (Contents are sufficiently cooked.) [Printed ephemera, Labels, Advertising, Canned foods industry, canned food] AND "KEDASSIA" LONDON LICENCE IN COMPLIANCE? WITH THE? STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS DIRECTIONS Contents are sufficiently cooked. Turn Into a saucepan and heat. If required, stir in a Subscribers-only content

 

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