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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOUSHILL, Nicholas (b.1394), of Barlborough, Derbys.

    Goushill himself was still alive in January 1441 when he was paid four marks for making a release of the property in Unstone, Derbyshire, which he held as a trustee, but no more is heard of him after this date.[footnote]

    BULLOCK, John (d.1607), of Darley Abbey, Derbys.

    1576, 1585, treasurer 1586-8. Biography There were several branches of the Bullock family living in Derbyshire in Elizabeth’s reign, at Unstone, Darley abbey and Greenhill. In 1574 John Bullock, almost certainly the 1571 Member, bought the site of Darley abbey,

    LEEK, John (d.c.1449), of Hickling, Notts. and Sutton-in-the-Dale, Derbys.

    member of his prolific family, Thomas Leek of Bathley, to whom he subsequently made an enfeoffment of the holdings in Unstone, Derbyshire, which his wife inherited from one of her late father’s relatives.[footnote] He meanwhile attended the Nottinghamshire elections to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Fletcher, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, schoolmaster. S. Jefferys, Arnold, Nottinghamshire, out of business. J. Bennett, Nottingham, out of business. S. Wheatley, Unstone, Derbyshire, farmer. R. Hollier, Birmingham, stone mason. J. Downing, Thorne, Yorkshire, butcher. J. C. Adams, Great Ysrmouth, fish curer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditc of bacon and lodged in a deer beyoA s king mudder was perpetrated at MURDErl "Ivsaseaek mre a perpetrateda Unstone, near Chesterfield, on Sunday last. Two men, named Morley andWat~ts, lodged in the house of Mr Kirkman, a small Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SliEI'LD.-At the Sbetfield Town Hall, yesterday, three boys-named e George Mart-n (13), Frederick C. Unstono (11), and Win. is 'R. Unstone (8)-were charged %with incendiaTism. On 1N e Friday morning last a fire was discovered in the stackyard b e Subscribers-only content

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    vwires. It is supposed that the reptile, whichv was dead when fousd,, lead escaped from a inensgeric which passed tierougle Unstone en roite from She field to Chesterfield on Friday. I lse the Court of Chancery, onl Monday, 31r, Justice Subscribers-only content

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    suppoased to have esesped in transit by cull from Wombwell's meusgric, end found on the idlalnd 31ailway telegraph whes, between Unstone naid )roulfield, is thuls exphsiised: 'rereptile died, and itsboywasthro llsway;thlis`being pioled up by somo railway mcii they hung it Subscribers-only content

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