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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harlington Churches

    of Bolingbroke presented to the living Joseph Trapp , formerly the first professor of poetry at Oxford , who was a Tory pamphleteer and had been Bolingbroke's chaplain for some years. 18 Trapp held a living and several lectureships in

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Churches and charities Plan of Stratford-on-Avon Church Plan of Gild Chapel, Stratford-on-Avon

    privy tithes of the hamlet. These tithes, as already stated, were bought in 1625 by Lord Conway ; and John Trapp , master of the grammar school, 1624-69 , and vicar of Weston-on-Avon from 1636, who also held the position

    List of maps and plans Corsley parish, 1783

    Sir Thomas Thynne . 42 In 1569 John Trapp settled a tenement called Trapp 's Place in Well Street on his daughter Avice when she married William Trolloppe 43 of Horningsham ; Trapp 's son and heir Thomas released his

    Index K-Z

    Torrance , John, Touke, Thos., Tous (fl. 11th cent.), Townsend , Eliz., Rog., Tracy, Eve de, Tragett, Thos. Heathcote , Trapp , Avice, m. Wm. Trolloppe, John, Thos., Tree, Wm., Tregoze, de, John, Rob., Sibyl (w. of Rob.), see Ewyas;

    Index A-Z

    171, 195 rectors, 72; and see Coleshill ; Davenant; Elwell , W. E.; Jones, John; Law, A. R. and Arthur; Trapp ; West, Francis rectory, 71-2 rectory ho., 66, 72 roads, 66 schs., 67, 72-3 Smithcot, q.v . Sodom ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Cripplegate Ward, Cripplegate Without Ward, Grub Street Precinct, Tenter Alley

    , Humphrey 3.60 18.00 0.00 0.00 Cooper , - 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Evans , John 1.00 5.00 0.00 0.00 Trapp , John 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Stanton , Thomas 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Pellim , - (Mrs) 1.60 8.00

    Index, T

    Commons Committee, 132. Tracy , Nathaniel, of London, petition to Cecil, 217. Trapp , Cecily, wife of William Trapp, 221. Trapp , Elizabeth, daughter of William Trapp, 221. Trapp , William, of Bisley, co. Gloucester, petition to Cecil, 221. Trappes

    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff Quarter Sessions presentments, 1779-1810

    repairing the Pavement before his House by the Town Hall. 5. We also present Richard Reynolds for not repairing his Trapp Door by the Malthouse. 6. We also present the Commissioners of Cardiff Streets for not repairing the street by

    Index, T, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    of, to be excepted from a levy for foreign service; 468. Tranarde , the; 22. Transport of troops ; 154. Trapp , Mrs., Lady Killigrew's daughter; 73. Traves : John, of Windon; 266. Matthew, of Windom; 266. Treasurer at Wars

    Surnames beginning 'T'

    Eliz, w; Kath, d; John, s, 7.9-10 Thos, £600; Mary, w; Thos, s; Anne, d, 35.6 Tranter Jaine, wid, 73.7 Trapp Mary, wid, 8.10 Trason(?) Morice, app, 43.6 Traunton Thos; Abigall, w; Thos, s; Abigall, d, 17.27 Travell : John;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Loh, locksmiths; Hennisch, apothecary; Muller, doctor of philosophy, fbr- merly editor of the Pallas; Guezeer, varnisher; Rottenstein, merchant; Techtmcier, carpenter; Trapp, Vincenz, doctors of medicine; Weissenbacb, stone mason; Woolen, brushmaker (24). The Morning Chronicle observes on this case:-" The city Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SresuemsanAPti IApril 27, G. Diack, Regent street, foroiture warehousdeAl *i ll, I. T. Conebman, High street, KrnsingtoObsil~~r T.ad T. P Trapp), Church street, Southwarkt, tallow chandlers- 17.E:Fr~eeman, Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire, builder-April ~ pSaner, Hmsgte shoemaker-April 16, R rwSn derlaf. butcherApril 17, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bo I excuse Dear wWorthy sir! all the fault of the broken l was bold enoubg to write you. mister Trapp, has roy everlotang thank for the blessing hour, in wich He conducted you to 1OJ cote. -God bless you. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conington, M.A., Corpus Professor of Latin in the University of Oxford. Longmans. "Me, me, I did it," sang Dr Joseph Trapp in one of the lines of his translation of the .2Eneid. And "me, "me, I did it," now may Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0- £15) orSae-Apply, 7dad ae, Wylondl Brewer ynar Strour- T bridge. c7AN5 Vj WOL~5 Sale, a light food valnted.eott, nowap Trapp, withlcshin bui0.Aplde, H.lbG. W oall, Irnogr rmgrv. c V7.0 L'ORRY I(lacI suit 1 ay or1and etrwo mierlwtrra -i," -. Subscribers-only content

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