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

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Hardhorn-with-Newton

    Newton and to the south Staining ; while near the south-eastern boundary is Todderstaffe Hall . The area is 2,651 1 acres and the population in 1901 numbered 597. A road leads north-west through Staining and Newton and then north

    Townships Carleton

    recorded a pedigree as 'of Carleton ' in 1567 46 ; but the manor was claimed by the Singletons of Staining , 47 in which family it descended for some time, 48 and is then lost to sight. The hall

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Whalley

    valuable lands were those of Staining , Billington , Rochdale , Stanney, and Cronton in the order given. Their manors were Stanney, Ashton , Acton , and Willington in Cheshire ; Whalley , Marland , Staining , Cronton , and

    The parish of Poulton -le-Fylde POULTON AND BISPHAM .

    do not seem to have disturbed this parish in any noteworthy manner. One of the minor gentry, Thomas Singleton of Staining , lost his life in 1643 in the cause of Charles I . The school at Rossall, though of

    House of Augustinian canons The abbey of Norton The Abbey of St. Mary , Norton

    and Ollerton and part of the tithes from his manors of Barrow , Guilden Sutton , Stanney, Raby , and Staining ( Lancs .). The income from the tithes formed over half the total revenues of the house in 1535

  • * British History Online * *

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    Aldersgate warde

    the north side of that lane, at Stayning Lane end, and runneth vppe from the Haberdashers Hall, to S. Mary Staining Church: and by the church east winding almost to Woodstreete: and west through Oatelane, & then by the south

    Appendix C, To Memorial III

    capons, etc. Total, 12 l . 3 s . 1 d . 17 Henry VI., 1438 9. f. 282 b Staining 2 side cloths, altar cloths and frontal, 3 l . 11 s . Painting the chapel roof with gold

    Report on the Charities of the Grocers' Company

    agreement made under the provisions of the London (City) Tithes Act, 1864, between the parishioners of the parish of Allhallows, Staining, and the Rev. Francis John Stainforth, the then incumbent of the said parish, and a grantee from the said

    Journal of the House of Commons, December 1601, 01 December 1601-19 December 1601

    several Companies in King Edward the Thirds time; one for Painting of Posts and all Timber-Work, and the other for Staining and Painting of Cloth of great continuance. The two several Companies were joined both into one by their own

    General Index, S, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    for places in prisoners from residents in sequestrators of sheriff of timber in troops in Staines , Dr., see Staynes. Staining , Percival Stainton , Richard, quartermaster Staley , John Stamford , Col. Stamp , Dr. Stamper , Rich. Standish Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May 9. INSOLVENTS. J. Mellor, Macclesfield, Cheshire, builder. F. Elliott, Slanbgham, Sussex, victualler. W. Hopkins, Gower street North, St Pancras, plumber. E. Wilde, Royton, Lancaster, cotton-spinner. BANERUPTCIES SUPERSEDED. T. Taylor, Marple bridge, Derby, victualler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    application to the Fine Arts of Painting, Decoration of Buildings, Mosaic WorL, Tapestry and Carpet Weaving, Calico Printing, Dress, Paper Staining, Printing, Illumination, Landscape and Flower Gardening. By M. E. CHEVREUL, Director of the Dye Works of the Gobelins. Translated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s-iota lane, liceosed victa cler- [tteckesoU and Gelding, Lincolots-icn fields. -J. Low, RyLigh, t-sex, carperte [M'Greeor, Size lane.-J. K. Westrop, Staining I~ne, glove manilfactilre,.r [Red and Co., Friday street, Cheapside.-C. E. Handy, Darlaston, Otottroepire apothecary. [James and Koight, Bicieieghane.-J. W5ilaois, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I=r eutliarrr ;n sail so a I'.'EEHODS (tLOe G OUND IttNT o f £2. IN. 451,, secured Iuy thle ilouse. Staining, riser tuul Prenurises, No. 45 iii Johnsounc Steect ; tgetctre sehth the IIEVE- 9iom- SION-IN-F5EE Iin abonnt eigthty-cighr2 years. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Two Important FREEHOLD RETAIL SUOPS, Noe. 49 and 51, m George Street, near John Street, Lozelis, with Slaughterhouse, Bakehouse, Staining, and Preceisee; let to Mr. Pratt. Bullcher, aced Mr. Stephens, halter, at room of LII. gale, amocenteag to £56. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RADCLIFFE, Sir John (1539-68), of Old Cleeve, Som.

    Pountney, 129; CP, xii(1), 519-20; CPR, 1553-4, p. 372; 1563-6, pp. 8, 166; PCC 21 Babington; A. Povah, Annals of St. Olave, Hart St. and Allhallows, Staining, London, 93, 173; Reg. St. Olave, Hart St. (Harl. Soc. xlvi), 108, 120.

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