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  • * Victoria County History *

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    High Ongar Introduction

    and plastered and has an original chimney. Spurriers , ½ mile east of Cozens Farm, is a brick farm-house of the late 18th or early 19th century. Half a mile east of Spurriers is Norton Heath , a hamlet partly

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Craft guilds

    and early 19th cent. (sometimes adding Spurriers , Girdlers, and Headmakers earlier 17th cent.); Smiths , Cutlers , Cardmakers, and Plumbers 1835. Pageant: (pre-Reformation) Purification; (postReformation) Christ in the Temple. Spicers. See Mercers. Spurriers . See Smiths , Cutlers ,

    The later middle ages Economy and industrial prosperity

    be found in the parish of St. Michael -le-Belfrey and in Bootham, pinners mostly in St. Crux's parish, lorimers and spurriers in Ousegate and Castlegate, and girdlers in Girdlergate and its vicinity. The tanners, too, seem to be concentrated in

    Parishes Netteswell NETTESWELL c. 1875

    there were only 'a few mean scattered houses' in the parish, apart from the manor house and the rectory. 14 Spurriers , west of Marshgate Farm, was built c . 1870 by William Cox , a London solicitor, who transferred

    The City of Coventry Crafts and industries: Medieval industry and trade

    Lane Pewterers 5 Cross Cheaping, Spicer Stoke , Smithford Street Pinners 2 Plumber 1 Goldsmiths 12 Spicer Stoke Smiths 5 Spurriers 3 Greyfriars Lane , Much Park Street Tipper 1 Wiredrawers 18 Gosford Street , Mill Lane 108 Merchants and

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of subjects

    i. 95, ii. 102; wrestling, i. 95, 104. See also archery, bowling alleys, games; and Christmas, Easter, May Day, Midsummer. Spurriers Company , ii. 192. stage , the: miracle-plays in 12th century, i. 92; plays at Clerkenwell and Skinners well,

    Faringdon ward infra, or within

    and at the ende of that lane is likewise Creede lane, late so called, but sometime Spurrier Rowe , of Spurriers dwelling there, and Amen lane is added therevnto, betwixt the South end of Warwicke lane, and the north end

    Introduction

    were listed: Plumbers, Painters, Pewterers, Waxchandlers, Girdlers, Curriers, Cordwainers, Bowyers, Fletchers, Poulters, Pastillers, Tilers, Masons, Joiners, Woodmongers, Plasterers, Blacksmiths & Spurriers (joined in assessment), Fruiterers, Bottlemakers & Horners (joined in assessment), Greytawyers, Farriers, Marblers, Paviors, Founders, Weavers, Minstrels, Cartetakers [Cardmakers

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPURRIER, Christopher (1783-1876), of Upton House, Poole, Dorset

    1820 20 June 1820 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Dorset 1825-6. Biography The Spurriers, who became one of Poole"s leading Newfoundland merchant families, appear to have come from the town of Wareham in the seventeenth century. Walter Spurrier, who was living in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so, and the cheque was found to be a forgery. On the 7th es of December prisoner wenh to Messrs. Spurriers (Limited), of electroplate manufacturers, Colmors Row, and there saw le Mrs. Eattey, the saleswpman, and picked oit a large. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a SERVANT GIRL, cubocit thirteesn years of q,; ItY oxi froml the comctry preferred. Giod character required.- Apply ut T. Spurriers, this Hill, Bristol Road. lTANlTED, a good Encglish GENERAL SERVANT, who can plain WT Cook.-Apply at 8, 13amptoa Street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are devoted to the Gilds of Leaden (3); Norwich (11, including The Barbers, Peltyero, Taylors, Carpenter's Poor Men's, Saddlors, and Spurriers); Lynn (12, including Young Seholars ard Shop- men); Bishop's Lynn (9); West Lynn (2); North Lynn (3); Wygnale (5); Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ornamental water in Cannon tiil 1'ark was crowded with skatars throughout the day. Through the kindness of Mr. George Taylor, Spurriers 1'ool, Bristol Boad, during the last few days has been opened for skating: Tho proceeds for admission, which amount Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gios,.vtvl S0~ludoeeloadfraes.Chea. -tirivCy, 'H0, Wils Li-a Lorel, 1'o17' - R r 1',ltt handeonso solid miahogiany S~howcalles for Sole; remoe T1..fromn Spurriers ohowy resin, olsenoro Ro'. INo further usi o~ risms.--=Apoply, Gilbert asd Spirriler (Limited) yrd St 28 - JRlCYCLE (Imriial Subscribers-only content

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