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You searched for: Place: Wainford, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 06 March 1624, 06 March 1624-06 March 1624

    Scudamore, Knights and Burgesses of the Four Shires, Mr. Whitfeild, Mr. John Cooke, Sir Peter Mutton, Sir Hen. Poole, Mr. Wainford, Serjeant Hicham, Knights and Burgesses of Yorkeshire, Mr. Rainscrofte: - Tuesday, Star-Chamber, Two a Clock. Sunday. L. 3. An British History Online

    House of Commons Journal Volume 11, 12 January 1697, 12 January 1697-12 January 1697

    of the Owners and Occupiers of Lands in the several Towns of Northwold, Methwold, Feltwell, Hockwell , and Wilton, Brandon, Wainford, Lakenheath, Easwell, Isleham, Wallington, Barton , and Mildenhall , in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk , and within British History Online

    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 17 February 1648, 17 February 1648-17 February 1648

    Baronet, Edmund Ludlow Senior, Edmund Ludlow Junior, Alexander Thistlethwait, William Sadler, Edward Goddard, Thomas Bennet of Norton, Robert Hippesley, Edmund Wainford, John Lisle, John Bulkley, William Stephens, Thomas Grove, Henry Hungerford, Edward Tucker , Esquires, John Goddard, Edward Marten, Gabriel British History Online

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    Edmund Ludlow senior, Edmund Ludlow junior, Alexr. Thistlethwaite, Will Sadler, Edward Goddard, Thomas Bennet of Norton, Robert Hippesley and Edmund Wainford, John Lisle, John Bulkeley, Will. Stevens, Thomas Grove, Henry Hungerford, Edward Tucker Esqrs, John Goddard, Edward Martin, Gabriel Martin, British History Online

    February 1648, An Ordinance For raising of Twenty thousand pounds a Moneth for the Relief of Ireland., 16 February 1648-16 February 1648

    Baronet; Edmund Ludlow senior, Edmund Ludlow junior, Alexander Thistlethwaite, William Sadler, Edward Goddard, Thomas Bennet of Norton, Robert Hippisley, Edmund Wainford, John Lisle, John Bulkley, William Stevens, Thomas Grove, Henry Hungerford, Edward Tucker Esquires; John Goddard, Edward Marten, Gabriel Marten, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a greasy condition from the recent rainfall. Wainford started for Tudhoe, play quickly settling do-M into central scrimmages. from one of which the visiting three-quarters got pos- session, and by fine, passiLg Wainford gained them a clever try, wvhich was Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Har vev, Land Eud, Stafl'atd. draper, Jan. 16.1 7, Feb. 14. ax the btar, Mailellester. Slicituls, Alessrs. Willis aud Co. Wainford courl, Thrognsriortouareet. J. Taylor, J. Taylort, and J. JLeiAb, Agecrnft, Lsncaster, t calico-printurs, Jaus. 17, 2*- Feb. 14. at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    31 72 Captain Guthrie, South Shields . . 29 25 23 77 Corporal Robinson, Gateshead 30 28 29 87 Private Wainford, Middlesbrough 23 30 29 82 Corporal Borthwick, South Shields 29 30 30 89 Private Adams, Blaydou 31 33 25 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    31 72 Captain Guthrie, South Shields . . 29 25 23 77 Corporal Robinson, Gateshead 30 28 29 87 Private Wainford, Middlesbrough 23 30 29 82 Corporal Borthwick, South Shields 29 30 30 89 Private Adams, Blaydon 31 33 25 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN MAIL PACKET LIST. EoriGHTON SEASON.- SATURDAY at the I rj BRIGHTON AQUARIUM. ■■^-...y during Octot^r FAST TRAINS will L *ve Victoria 51 50 a.ni.. and London-bridge 12.0 noon, for B"-" ,) ton Yv.rf- (First Class), half a guinea, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and copyhold arable, pasture, and wood Land, called BLACK HOUSE r ARM, situate tn the parishes of Hinion Ampner, and Wainford. Lor 2- Consists of two Cottages under one roof, Birn, Stable, Cait-house, excellent new Shed, Yaid. Garden, and 47a. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. Notice. - Accounts of Marriages and Deaths mnst be authen- ticated by the parties forwarding them attachiug their name and residences, or they cannot be insetted. Births are oharged as advertisements. BIRTHS. On the 4th Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PAND 0. MAIL STEAMERS FROM • LONDON TO BOMBAY, GIBRALTAR, MALTA,! BRINDISI, EGYPT, ADEN, and J Every Week MADRAS vi_ Bombay j*.»ci, n«w_, CALCDTTA, COLOMBO, CHINAA STRAITS, and JAPAN, AUSTRA-/,, LIA. NEW ZEALAND and TAS- livery , Alte- r Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    POOLE, Feb. 20. The Blackmoor Vale Hounds will meet on Tues- day the 23d, at Stock House; on Thursday the 25th, at Stalbiid.e Paik; on Saturday tbe 27th, at Neiber Compton Lodge; on Tuesday the 2d March, at Stourton Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    DRESS AND FASHION DSmW c .V 8 lOI S ■**• VS - V * rj '' J '" riMl *'" i-t i ' h " n was but one mode for dresses ZXur.l I"* 011 " re l««*»J alike, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    11 January 1696, 11 January 1697

    the Owners and Occupiers of Lands in King's Lynn the several Towns of Northxvold, Methxvold, Feltwett, Port- Rockwell, üüdJFiltort, Brandon, Wainford, Lalitnheath, EasTcell, Islehani, WaUington, Barton, and Mildenhall, in the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, and within the South Part Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Abstract of the returns of charitable donations for the benefit of poor persons, made by the ministers and churchwardens of the several parishes and townships in England and Wales., 1816

    » Unknown To the poor ----- -D»--D°- - - -1- For founding a school for poor children'] of Brandortj Downlmni, Wainford, and > Rent-clmrne -°« Weeting - -J Tp keep thd school-house and premises ^ in repair ; after such Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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