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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chippenham Nonconformity

    92; Orig. Rec. of Early Nonconf . ed. G.L. Turner , i. 103. Two East Anglian Diaries , ed. Storey, 92, 119, 148; Orig. Rec. of Early Nonconf . ed. Turner , ii. 862; above, church. Cal. S.P. Dom .

    Shipton-on-Cherwell Education

    school survived. 65 In 1854 a school was built on land belonging to V. J. Turner ; it was supported by children's pence, by Turner or his tenant, and by New College . 66 In 1868 the day school was

    The later middle ages Admissions to freedom

    0.4 18 0.4 27 0.5 Serjeant 2 8 0.2 15 0.3 1 Shipwright 3 11 0.2 11 0.2 13 0.2 Turner 1 1 13 0.3 5 0.1 6 0.1 Water-leader 2 14 0.3 13 0.3 6 0.1 Wheelwright 1 1

    Editorial note

    Rev. W. L. W. Eyre , Rev. A. T. Finch , M.A., Rev. C. E. Hoyle , M.A., Rev. W. Turner Long , Rev. U. Z. Rule, Rev. C. H. St. John -Mildmay, M.A., Rev. G. C. Stenning , M.A.,

    Schools Haberdashers Askes Schools

    next month Hamilton was not re-elected schoolmaster. This enabled the Company early in 1831 to elect the Revd. J. L. Turner to the combined offices of chaplain and schoolmaster at a salary of £700, from which he had to provide

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y tro hwn beth bynag. Felly, ar gynygiad Mr. John Owen, Ty coch, ac eiliad Mr. Richard Griffth, etholwyd Ihewelyn Turner, Ysw., yn faer am y ilwyddyn hon yn ddiwrthwynebiad. CAERFYRDDIN. * Cynhahiwyd Cyfarfad Blynyddol Capel Saesneg y Methodistiald C:alfietaidd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brytanaidd, Caernarfon, i gymeryd i ystyriaeth fesur addysg y Llywodr- aeth. Cymerwyd y gadair gan LIewelyn Turner, Ysw., Maer y dref. Erbyn adeg declhreu, yr oedd 2 yr ystafell eang wedi ei gorlenwi, ac ar yr esgynlawr ( yr eedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIF YSGOL I GYYBu.-Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod eyhoeddus i janu hyrwyddo Y symudiad hwn, yn y d* ef lhon, nos Fawith, Li. Turner, Yaw., maer. yn ygadair. Anerchiwyd y cyfaifod gan y maer, Hugh Owen, Yaw., I~undain, M~organl Lloyd, A I IC Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maer, i'r diben o gymeryd i ystyriaeth C t y pwnc o gaelrhyw gydnsbyddiaeth gyhoeddus i Syr I i Liewelyn Turner, cyn-faer Caernarfon, am ei wasan- J - | aeth gwerthfawr i'r dref am yshaid maith - o flynydd- a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "I I ?'. -.. - ?.. * Drwg genymddl l' fod;y frechwea wedi tori'aM' Trwggen ~ ~ ~ a.T ed~c~i Mn yn rhiljyfydd ual gadwaladr Oywy. r yICD 3Y wmda, iaii fel tysteb. i. .ose0roft, =,r th o We Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Physicians.

    chosen also the second time after his Troubles. *Atslow Gyfford from Mertyn College . †Fryer of Godmanchester , Caldwel, Peny, Turner , & alii. // Smith, Oxon . Hal. Fryer, Oxon . Clement. The last Election stolen by Atslow, Sinnings,

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    first Master there nine Years ago, late deceased, and Mr. Forder , Usher. Chelml ey Turner , Esq; Nephew and Heir of Sir William Turner , sole Patron. The said generous and Christian Benefactor lies interred under a comely Tomb,

    Book 1, Chapter 28 Orders of Common Council about the Rebuilding.

    Milite, Majore Civitatis London , Thoma Aleyn Milite & Baronetto, Aldermanno, Johanne Laurence, Thoma Bloudworth , Willielmo Bolton , Willelmo Turner , Willielmo Hooker, Militibus, Aldermannis, Francisco Asty Armigero, Aldermanno, ac Dionysio Gauden & Thoma Davies Militibus, Aldermannis, & Vicecomitibus

    Book 5, Chapter 5 [Aldermen.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Pleasure of this Honourable Court , the 5th of June, 1683 , with their Names subscribed: Who were, Sir VVilliam Turner , Sir John Moor , Sir Henry Tulse , Sir Thomas Langham , Fra. Griffith, Nathaniel Hawes , Hen.

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Deptford.

    In the Gallery against the South Wall. M.S. Prope hanc parietem deposuit Exuvias carnis Jo. Turner , Armiger navis (cui Titulus EBORACUM) nuper Strategus, Thomæ Turner and Elizabethæ uxoris ejus, unicæ filiæ & hæredis Johannis Holmden militis, filius natu secundus:

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TURNER, Peter (c.1542-1614), of London.

    Parliament the extreme puritans were better organized, although Turner, on this occasion, played only a minor role. The Bill and Book introduced by Cope received a considerable amount of organized support, but Turner, so far as is known, spoke neither

    TURNER, Charles (?1727-83), of Kirk Leatham, Yorks.

    dictate to the county’.[footnote] When Savile declared for Lascelles, Turner withdrew and did not stand at the general election.In 1767 Rockingham wished Turner to stand on his interest at York. But Turner refused to join the Rockingham Club (the society

    TURNER, William (by 1512-68), of Kew, Surr., Wells, Som. and London.

    Cambridge of physic and philosophy?’, and in one of his treatises Turner mentions having seen wood spurge in the Wentworths’ park at Nettlestead. It is not clear how Turner first came to the notice of the family, whose main estates

    TURNER, Sir John (c.1631-1712), of King’s Lynn, Norf.

    1702–3. Biography After his re-election for Lynn in 1690, Turner was classed as a Tory supporter of the Court by Lord Carmarthen (Sir Thomas Osborne†). In December Carmarthen forecast that Turner would support him in the event of a Commons

    TURNER, Sir William (1615-93), of St. Paul’s Churchyard, London

    TURNER, Sir William (1615-93), of St. Paul’s Churchyard, London Constituency Dates London 1690 9 Feb 1693 Ofifces Held Freeman, Merchant Taylors’ Co. 1640, master 1661, 1684; alderman, London 1660, 1662–Aug.1687, Oct. 1688, 1690–d., sheriff 1662–3, ld. mayor 1668–9; pres.

 

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