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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Whittington 's College

    keeper of the St. Paul's School . 14 In 1490 the members of the college under the presidency of Edward Underwood , the master, founded the Fraternity of St. Sophia for the reading of a divinity lecture. 15 The reputation

    HISTON Churches

    the newly appointed vicar, the Revd. T. P. Michell , who retained it to 1865. 59 The Revd. C. W. Underwood , who bought it in that year, sold it in 1894 to William Peed of Histon Manor . In

    Shipton Moyne Introduction

    Roads Act, 36 Geo. III, c. 66; Bryant, Map of Glos . ( 1824 ), where the bridge was called Underwood bridge. Glos. R.O., D 1571/A 34, loose vouchers. Shipton tithe award, penes the assistant curate. Glos. R.O., D 1571/T

    Religious Houses House of Carthusian monks

    considerably. Underwood 's predecessor in 1492 -3 could only realize £589 in receipts; Underwood raised this to £1,067 in his first year, and in his last account of 1500 this had risen to £2,012. There is some evidence that Underwood

    Parishes Waresley

    not appear. No licence to impark appears to have been granted to the tenants of either manor in Waresley . Underwood to the extent of 21 acres is mentioned in Domesday Book 65 and the damage done to the woods

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U, 01 January 1699-31 December 1699

    I. (3), (5), (7), 317, 350, 357, 375, 384, 828. Underwood , William, 579 XXXVII. Unicorn , ship, 579 XV., 747, 878 XXII., XXIX., p. 472. Updick , Lodowick, 1002 XIII. Usher , John, late Licut.-Governor of New Hampshire, 34,

    FOTHERGILL, James

    Period of medical practice 1606-1635 Date of death May 1635 Address near Dr Fryer 1616 Other notes Warned 1616. See Underwood & Barrett. Descendant John F apothecary 1664-73? Known London address near Dr Fryer Parish St Botolph without Aldersgate Date

    Index, U, 01 January 1685-31 December 1688

    Umbesnowak (an Indian), 356. Underwood , William, 1,967. Unity (ship), 1,979VII. Upland (Maryland), 72. Upsawah (an Indian), 356. Usher , Lieutenant Ignatius, R.N., 678V., VI. Usher , John, 350I., 371, 384, 1,235, 1,265, 1,423, 1,702, 2,129, 2,136. -,-, joint letters

    HIGGINS, Stephen

    Master SA 1621. Warden SA) Period of medical practice 1609-1640 Address Savoy 1640 Other notes Accused 1619. See Barrett and Underwood. Known London address Savoy Date 1640 Censorial hearings 12 Feb 1619 Entry H, apothecary, appeared to testify against James

    Surnames beginning 'U'

    42.31 Anne, ser, 35.20 Cave, player, widr, 15.8 Edw, esq, 72.2 Eliz, 14.4 Geo, bach, 12.3 Jas, 15.8 Jane, 35.21 Underwood : Alice, wid, 81.11 Deb, 58.2 Francis, ser, 74.19 Geo; Lydia, w; Geo, s; John, s; Wm, s, 11.17

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tttteririg tle forged Onee te Nir* The indietmetit agl Itt lie prIeqiter was fort0nC of tl IQ 111 sold to Underwood. Tle Jtury siatod, that t e hie ewideiice ofUnderwood. The Learned Jey ou t bell moist cqtiit tie prisonter. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared, that on the evenitg of the Sd of DecinTlier last, the prisoner went to the heiste (if Ar.. T. Underwood, farmer, at Wheddon, Buokinghoashire; no person being at home but Alr. Under- wood, so okl infirm man, and tis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JOANNAIff4 SO UTHCOTT-HER IR.'REEC~ -BELIEVERS- RTaINARD RrEECE,- A.D. has .publisked what le; cals " A cirrect Statemei4 of ahe Circ eians that attended the lhi4t Illness aIn Death of M rs.-Soiithcott? wYith an amtOo f t he 4&pe tnroes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was admitted into her presenot but tbose of her owvn faillei1. namelv, Miss TuTnijey (a lad i-of-fortunte and character), An Underwood, her amanuensis, and two servants. But I taso ot aftef that admitted, when l was struele wvith her artless Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in conue siotns.-Verdiet-Digd by the visitiation bf God. On MoItYalay a file child, five years old, the diuglgter of Mr, Underwood, of Great Cumberland'street, Marylebone, was play. insy itt the parlour, when her dress accidentally caught fir , unI brirned Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. The Constable.

    per aquam, usq; ad Abbiam predict. ita quod nulla inde fiat priza ad opus Regis, i.e. to carry Brush or Underwood , Corn, and other Victuals, as well by Land as by Water, unto the said Abby: So that no

 

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