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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Hospitals in Yarmouth

    and sisters remembered his soul and that of Petronilla his wife in their masses and prayers, and William d e Statham in 1379 devised to the bailiffs and commonalty of the town two fish-houses towards the support of St. Mary

    Townships Woolston with Martinscroft

    . 1237, 1240. In 1474 John, son and heir of John Hawarden, late of Chester , held the manor of Statham in Lymm ; n . 1246. Lancs . Inq. p. m . (Chet. Soc.), ii, 46. Hugh de Hawarden

    Parishes added since 1892 Evington

    same place, and Susanna and the Revd. Samuel Statham of Loughborough . These shares descended to the three families who held Evington in the 19th century: the Kecks, who held the Statham portion, the Burnabys, descended from the Edwyns, and

    Cosgrove COSGROVE Cosgrove Village

    C.A. Maunsell and E.P. Statham , History of the Family of Maunsell ( 1917-20 ), ii (1), 280-1; N.R.O., Misc. QS 293, i. 120, ii. 8. N.R.O., ZB 236; Baker, Northants ., ii. 131; Maunsell and Statham , Family of

    Index

    , Thos. and Thos. Fosbrooke; Sanders , Sam., Sherratt, John and Wm.; Sketchley , Sam. ( bis ), and Wm.; Statham , Mary; Sykes , Thos.; Walker , John; Wardle , Henry; Wilders, Henry and Thos.; Wilkinson, Bruce; Wilson ,

  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, S, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    , Thomas, 986, 1206. Stanton , Edward, 1579. Staten Island , 458, 1411, 1691 , 2678. Stanley , Deodatus, 2387. Statham , Thomas, 2464. Stede , Edwyn (Deputy-Governor of Barbados), 26, 244 I., 245, 246, 442, 674, 824, pp. 227

    Index, S

    Tuins , see Setubal. St. Valery , 67 (6). Stafford , Mr., 353, 381 (1). Stanley , Odnell, 548 (2). Statham , Mr., letter to, 607. Staweford , 939, 1001. Steelyard , the, 18 (1), 34 (2), 84 (9), 195

    Henry VIII, October 1526, 1-14, 01 October 1526-31 October 1526

    the 8 Oct. 18 Hen. VIII., by Wm. Clay, Wm. Battrye, Robt. Bolt, John Parke, Rob. Pakyngton, Humphrey Pakyngton, Nic. Statham, Augustyne Pakynton, Orume Browne, and others. Draft . 8 Oct. Vit. B. XXI. 7. B. M. 2554 . SIR

    Henry VIII, April 1534, 16-20, 16 April 1534-20 April 1534

    jewelry. xiii. Beds, & c. at Ledys. 2. Debts due to the King, Ant. Sentleger, Will. Buttre for silk, Nich. Statham, mercer, Sir Thos. Ponynges, Chr. Hales the King's attorney. To his priest for wages, 66 s . 8 d

    Minute Book, June 1705, 01 June 1705-30 June 1705

    My Lord further orders ] 37 l . 0 s . 8 d. to be allowed to Captains Spragg and Statham. Ibid ., p. 189. The Mint Officers' memorial [is read ] about a shed for the tin & c.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [St. James Garlickhith.] Vintrie Ward.

    his Face. Where with his Saints elect, we hope, he shall receive a Crown, And *Grisors First Edit. †Tilghnean. * Statham . *al. Wroth. *Stoner. *Browne. *Glocester first Edit. MS. Hutton in Offic. Armor. J. S. †Venoure. Robert Chichele Regist.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N EWYDDIQN OENHADOL. Ystyrir Old Calabar, Gorlleawiubarth ilAfrits, yn un o'rlleoedd mwyaf peryglasii genbadon o ran biniawdd. Gorwedda yn nghladdfa y Geabadaeth weddillion 20.o genhadon gwynion. Ond ery cwbl,ymae riai yn ,ael tymor lied faith yno. O'r fntai sydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Miine and Parry, Temp le. Tr. (raves;Halea Owen, Shropshire, innkeeper. [Amory and Coles, Throgmor- -T.Rees.Crumlin, Monmouthsh. shopkeeper. [Stevens&Flower, Gray's-inn-sq. '1'. Statham, Clunton, Shropsh. cattle-dealer. [Philpot and Stone, Southanp- T' DviesSwaissea, rope-m'aker. [Hicks & Braikenridge, Bartlett's-buildings. J. HinchfiffeLeicester, nailhinc-maker. [Taylor, Featherstone-buildings. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 caulay, M.P. - . - 5 0 Mrs S.tC. Hall Lord Jlffrey - . - - . 0l Hglh Statham, Esq. - 22 Sir Edward Buluer Lytton, IDrSayer, M.D. - 2 Bort. -. -- 50 0W. C. Macready, Esq.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heorby and J. Williamson, Bootle-cum-Linaere, Lancashire, blilders-E. and W Bach, Birmingham, haberdashers-S. Strauss and D. D. Cahn, Abehurch lane, importers-Elizabetlh Statham and W. Moron, Amersham, auctioneers-S. Black and Co. Mexico, crchant -hW. Hardcastle and Co. East Ardsley, Yorkshire, coal merrhsnto-R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shop doors banged to. He also swears to Statham removing his dog from the yard into the house, and to seeing him looking through a pane of glass into the shop. Statham was taken into custody on Monday. When, the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STATHAM, John (1676-1759), of Wigwell Grange, Derbys.

    composed in the 1720s Statham claimed that the family’s finances had been seriously undermined by their loyalty to the Stuarts, causing financial difficulties which worsened after 1660. Statham’s father was described as an attorney-at-law, and Statham entered Clement’s Inn in

    STATHAM, Henry (d.1535).

    STATHAM, Henry (d.1535). Constituency Dates Nottingham 1529 Biography The Henry Statham returned as junior Member for Nottingham to the Parliament of 1529 with the recorder, Sir Anthony Babington, could have been either of two men. One was a son of

    HOWARD, Sir George (d.1580), of London and Kidbrooke, Kent.

    that year. Sir Christopher Hatton succeeded him as steward of Blackheath 9 June. There is no evidence that Howard ever married. The marriage attributed to him in Statham and Brenan is irreconcilable with the known facts of the lady’s history.

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Troubles at London about the vj. Articles.

    K. Henry. 8. Troubles at London about the vj. Articles.Persons presented.Their causes.S. Albons parishe in London.Mistres Cicelye Mar-shall.Cicely,for not bearyng herPalme, and despising holy breadand holy water.Michaell Haukes.Haukes, for not commyng tothe Church, and receauyng yongmen of the new

 

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