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  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Saints the Less

    Mr. Caught 4/10 Mr. Bayley 13 Mr. Lawrimer 11 Mr. Painter 17 Mr. Francis Futter 38 Anthony Hitch 3/10 Widow Stanner 1 Mr. Stephens 3/10 Mr. Ridley 4 Mr. Turner 2 Mr. Story 3 Mr. Blisse 22/10 Mr. Brickland 10

    Henry VIII, September 1522, 1-5, 01 September 1522-30 September 1522

    Hease, Stanes, Asheford, ..., Lytryngton, Laleham, ... ton, Stanwelle, Estebedfounte, Hanworth, ..., Istelworth, Twykenham, Hendon, Harrowe, Pynnir, Egeware, Kingesbury, Stanner Parva, Stanner Magna, Westminster, Milesend, Seint Marten's in the Feild, Seint Giles in the Feild, Strond, ..., Cheswyke, Yellyng, Acton,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 17 February 1692, 17 February 1692-17 February 1692

    afterwards, the said Mr. Tregonnell Culliford went to one Mr. Evans to learn to write and cast Accompt. That Wm. Stanner , belonging to the Train, told him, That he paid Mr. Culliford Eighty Pounds per Annum for Cardiffe Town

    Index, S, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    Strange John Mrs. family pedigree of Stannard , Wm. Stannaries , the Warden of, see Herbert, Wm., Earl of Pembroke. Stanner , Wm. Stansby , Wm. (printer) Stanton Stapeley , Staple Inn Stapleton , Lady Star Chamber bills and causes Subscribers-only content

    Index - P, 15 March 1643-24 December 1644

    Hopton and his Troopers to be sent for by Serjeant, 1 Nov. - Mr. Fienis's Complaint; Ball, Burdett, Southam, and Stanner, to be sent for by Serjeant, 15 - A Committee to consider whether the Privileges of the House be

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chobham

    of the Evelyns, the old manor-house being a timbered house still standing on the other side of the road, or Stanner 's Hill Farm belonging to Mr. Baker of Ottershaw Park . The former is a large, picturesq ue old

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a number of other boys near an iron culvert which runs into the sea at what is kunown as the Stanner, he fell off some planks on which he vt-as sailing into the water, and, there being a strong ebb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Somehow or other, these bxtraordinary feats are usually displayed in minor competitions rather than in those that attract all eyes. Stanner only ma~de 28, and get to 93 ; and Brown 26, reaching 91. Anyone of a dozen men who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..... Dec. 26 ........ Linley. Tuesday - 29 . Berry Ditches. Friday .... Jan. 1. Hockleton Bridge. Tuesday - 5 Stanner. MR. MEYNELL INGRAWS HOU.NDS.-At a quarter to Eleven. Saturday ., Dec. 26 . , Black Slough. Monday.. .: - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29. ugdal id. THE UNITEDRPACK_-At Tae. Tuesday ...... e. 2 . Berry Ditches. Friday 1.....o.k. ITeton Blridge. Tuesday ...... ..... Stanner. IB. MEYNL. INGRAMS HOUNDS.-At a quarter Ti Eleven. This day ..... Dee. 28 . Chartley Park. Thursday ...... - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PACK.-At Ten. Tisday. Dec. 29 ........ Berry Ditches. Friday . Jan. I ........ Hockleton Bridge. Tuesday ...... - 6 ........ Stanner. MB. MEYNELL INGRAM'S HOUNDS.-At a quarter to Eleven. Thursday ..... . De. 31 ........ Bretby Park. Saturday . Jan. Subscribers-only content

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