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  • * British History Online *

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    Chapter 2, Origin of the town dues

    1d. Shovell Trees, the horse load 1d. Sack, the tun 6d. 6d. Trayne, the tun 3d. 12d. Trayne, the pipe 1 d. 6d. Trayne, the hhd. d. 3d. Trayne, the barrel 3d. Tar, the barrel 2d. 1d. Tin, the cwt.

    Volume 21, January 2-April 28, 1693, 02 January 1693-28 April 1693

    66 . Office of Ordnance. The method by which we have computed our demand of ready money for the Descent Trayne now fitting out. [An estimate. ] Dated 10 April 1693. [The descent was upon France. ] 1 pages. April

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 1-15 George II (1727-42)

    Thomas Snow, mercer, son of Richard Snow Robert Waite, baker, son of Robert Waite, merchant taylor John Trayne, cooper, son of John Trayne, carpenter Abraham Clarke, son of John Clarke, miller and brewer Thomas Hunton, marriner, son of Richard Hunton,

    Index, Q-Z

    , Joh. 249; Rob. 14 Towneson , Townson, Miles, 186; Will. 205 Towtill , Jos. 266 Trattle , Will. 60 Trayne , Traine, Joh. 149, 197, 246 Trevis , Tho. 155 Trewe , Andr. 7, 26 Trewett , Trewitt, Joh.

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. Anne (1702-14)

    joyner, fil. Thom Cant, taylor Willelmus Emmerson, fil. Marmaduci Emerson, taylor Jane Harding, fil. Thom Harding, inholder Johannes Trayne, fil. Johannis Trayne, carpenter Robertus Wilson, fil. Benjamini Wilson, carpenter Edwardus Overend, fil. Thom Overend, fishmonger Matthew Walker, baker, fil. Johannis

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Dundon

    for her marriage to George Smith . Their son, also George Smith , sold the estate in 1735 to Thomas Trayne , who by his will dated 1760 gave it to his daughter Mary and her children. 196 Mary died

    Index A - Z

    steam car, 95 water transport: boats, 68, 95, 122 and see archaeology; communications; labour services transportation of convicts , 62 Trayne : Mary, m. Jn Dinnes , 111 Thos, 111 trees : alder, 53, 68, 130-1, 149, 182, 206 apple,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to time natlolu. Mr. Broiwn preu6. posed the socond' resolution, -idcmdorinc~ tise' shisastrouss foreign1 pic of tho noneraot,. , Mr... Trayne, who secondel it, ontrasedtires state of trade Lunder the Ao y Goyernment andi thee Gladstoise Administration in' iS050. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Idoatitestron led o*- HARM N -arM with 3 stopis. 6s. mouthly: toza. "a. cash discomotsliiper cent.-AcJosephR- Stl I TIAIL4ON-u Yt (Trayne): full ctompass. i ~n ALE monthaly; total res. :29. !CS.--JosephP-b Liy T Coznt.j~ RwItONLT7et witi- 8 stops, 1l- row Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    )udg. ment for eleven years' rent. A defence bad been cadvised by The Macl~ertnott, Q.C. The father of the defendant Trayne wias actually shot while I protecting Mr. Cusackc. Mr. Pa:.Cr said that was not the ease. There wvas a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and dessert, speans,3 Airs. AS~iarmid, silver salvers;, Lard Yonag and MI-a. I ouuig silver bawl ; Lord Traynraci n- Ai.rs. Trayne.. curver dank, Mr. and Mdi'M. V. Ri 1-chardson, cavres teapot; M-c.I Charloy, antiqueo Sheffield plate zira; Mi--. Rtocsilver' mlustard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO BE LET OR SOW. CEABA. WINDSOR AVENUE. ¶nthlrgo fl-nit and Flower (larden. Greenitocise, FT. FUFNISLmD OR UXFU-INISHED {la?els occupied by General Sir F. and Grounds of 4exeiai Acres in extent; Etabling, Ceachoace, and Coachman's dwelhu?.-- Apply to J. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Observer. Sunday, September 16, 1820., 1820

    1356 . Arms on his seal, On a fess three crosses between as many cross-crosslets. and h. o( sir John Trayne (who d. 1310 ) and lady of Streat - lam. WiUiam de Helton , held =p the hamlet of Subscribers-only content

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