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You searched for: Place: Stackpole, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sprimont , Nich., Spring , Thos., Spring Gardens , see Westminster , City of Spurr , Ant., Stables, S. , Stackpole , John, Stafford , Alex., Stafford-Howard , Wm., Earl of Stafford (d. 1734), Staffordshire , Stag Brewery , Staggemeier

  • * British History Online *

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    lands, g. 597 (32), 1256 (18). Spense. See Spence. Spenser. See Spencer. Spires , in Germany, 860 Spylman. See Spelman. Stackpole (Stakpoll), Pembrokesh., g. 226 (28). Stafford , 178. -, letter dated at, 741, 749, 765. -, St. Thomas' priory,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 0500W0jjjjj~ Stand, aged, tfilt 710 . . ... Ocyne)~ r MrBrckellrssJudWY, aged, list 3Mb.... Owcer :1 D' uncorIMBncLawoce) asdl Stackpole (Mri. A. Coveatry) else ran.--ltsting: '2 to 1 on Dangleis, 3t gtSakoe Vt hoe tavo.-Won it) a. canter by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lotus colt, and Vain Itopo,10 toIastLctitc It AndI Tommy Upton, 16 to I eae gs Cosigns, Pro', hectionlst, Martinet, end Stackpole, end 20t gtCounterfeit, Hygiene, anti Winter Clserry.-The Ceeit ol nthe cenitre of the course made the running froni 1'rotclnsCounterfeit, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1st 71b, three sot 71b, four and upwards l0se ; m an~d g allowed lib. One mile. Ilelicon, ageti, (tO Stackpole, 3 ye (50) Turncoat, 2 yes (001 sues) The Cardinal, 3 yes Menelaus. 2 yrs, (S0j F by Rob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Railway Statien. and sear to the Sutton Rod at Erdinston. now lee to Mr. Richmond, Mr. Towler. tir. Stackpole, Mir. Harris, Nliefs Crisp, end Mr. Billeso, at reats respectively of £26., £25., £26., £26.. £26., and £26., aneumntig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the year 1880. ter, First prize, £15. Second prize, £10. Thirl prize, £P5. 5. First, Earl of Cawdor, of Stackpole Court, Peralroke, d. Leonora, was calved Suly 6th, 1876, calved December 8th, 1882, and in-calf, bred by the oxhibitor; Subscribers-only content

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