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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bisham

    Less was built by Mr. Henry Skrine of Stubbings in 1850 . To the south-west of the church is Stubbings House , the property of Mr. Henry Mills Skrine . In 1806 Stubbings was the property and residence of the

    Stanway Economic history

    Waltham abbey's estate called Brach, Longbrach, and Sorctbrach in the 13th century had probably been cleared from woodland, as had Stubbings , on Stanway manor demesne in 1357 . Three crofts next to Shrub wood held by St. John 's

    Townships Haighton

    1471 ; Kuerden fol. MS. fol. 396. John son of William Singleton in 1488 -9 had land in Haighton, including Stubbings , formerly belonging to Henry Haighton ; Towneley MS. DD , no. 1289. John Singleton of Shingle Hall in

    Parishes Cookham

    in 1846 , and Cookham , besides parts of St. Luke's , Maidenhead ( 1867 ), and St. James's , Stubbings ( 1856 ). 2 The modern hamlet called Cookham Rise is on Cocksburrow Hill . At the southern end

    Parishes Barrington

    58; cf. Gibbons, Ely Episc. Recs . 244- 5. e.g. Nat. Taylor, 1617-19 ; Ant. Topham , 1619-28 ; Edm. Stubbings , 1628-33 : Alum. Cantab. to 1751 . C.U.L., Ely Dioc. Recs. B 2/37, f. 44. Cambs. Village Docs

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nomination; those marked thus * were new, and the others elected on the show of hands : Messrs. Carter, Elliott, Stubbings, Haswell, Dixon, Unwin, Marchant, Morri. son, Jewieson, Adamson, Chapman,* Frodsham,* and Funge.*-Mr. Oliver was then proposed to be added Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trucks. None of the passengers- received at* personal in- jury, although the whole of them were terribly alattned. On Monday Stubbings Was charged with neglect of duty at the Wandsworth police office, and after an examination which corroborated the preceding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 ari Nicisoisos, c W. Sugg, b Cropper ............. 47 ce, itawili, c Cropper, b Stuhhinse................ 32 sy- Hlawks, b Stubbings......................... 0 sr- WV. Airleweod, et Disney, h Cropper ...........4 la Ainsworth, c Borrows, b Stuhhiss .............4 rd, Herris, b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buiock, fitter stud scrap;-irate deialer, West Bromwsichs mosicy pault ott account of '1 ass enine cudt if nmertar smili. Mfr. Stubbings (instructed by) Mr. Baorker) -ippeareth for the hslaistthif, andi Mr. Sfiakesiteace for the if defesttiant.-Plaiittift's ease vwans Ithat being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corp, Challoner, let West Sorg. Chapman, 16th N.York 1I York . 18 Friv. Styan, 6th N. York .. 10 Priv, Stubbings, 7th Dorset. 18 Priv. Wood, 31st Kent .... 16 Lieut. Crocliord, 4th Flint.. 18 Lieut. Kiunsar, lstEdihbnrg 18 Ems. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of Westminster, St Paul's Covent Garden, West Division, North Side [Shandois Street]

    Philip (Mr) 6.00 30.00 1.20 100.00 Lapeigne , - (Mr) 8.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: Papist. Ball , Henry (Mr) 2.40 12.00 0.00 0.00 Stubbings , Richard (Mr) 8.00 40.00 0.00 0.00 Creswell , Francis (Mr) 8.00 40.00 1.20 100.00

    Surnames beginning 'S'

    Eliz, d, 14.16 Wm, app, 62.15 Struty Marg, ser, 43.22 Stuard Wm, boy, 77.1 Stubbin : Abigall, 8.1b Dot, 8.1b Stubbings John, £600, 27.10 ,collr, 27.15 ;Dot, w, 27.10 Stubbington Martha, ser, 28.15 Stubbins Anne, ser, 14.1 Stubbs : Edw,

    General Index, S, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    See also Ballard, Nicholls and Rayner. Strowder (Strooder, Strudder), Robert, 384, 412 Stuarte , John, 295 Stubberfeild , Edward, 25 Stubbings , William, 422 Stubbs , John, 405 -, Thomas, 19 -, William, 39 Stucke , John, 286 Stukelye ,

    British History Online

    Esquires Thomas Stringer Nathaniell Rich Waldron of Noleshill Kempt of Spainshall John Barnish John Tendring of Rivenhall William Scott Edward Stubbings William Cloyton Martine Carter Nicholas Jekill Timothy Felton George Wale John Sarle of Eping Charles Wale [ 22 ]

    British History Online

    Alexander Stanhope Thomas Browne Robert Willmot of Spoodon Robert Wilmot of Duffield Richard Bates John Borrows Esquires Robert Doxey Richard Stubbings Gentlemen Rowland Oakover Thomas Rudyard George Parker Thomas Parker Thomas Millward Esquires James Trott Robert Dale Christopher Ley William

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