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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1543

    chaplenry of Sanct James altare in St Geillis kirk to Sir Jhone Wilsoun. Tr .) 20 July 1543. [Bonnetmakers and Walkers. ] The quhilk day, in presens of the prouest and baillies sittand in iugement, comperit James Stevinsoun, bonetmaker, in

    Extracts from the Records, 1532

    before be cawill, and als that na man bruke na mair bot ane pairt allanerlie. 29 May 1532. [Websters and Walkers, Sherars and Bonnetmakers. ] The twentynyne day of the m oneth of Maij the yeir of God ane thousand

    Accounts, March 1540 - March 1542

    childe ij d Item receued the x th day of October for the smaill lights at the buryall of Henry Walkers chi[l ] de ij d Item receued the xiij th day of October for the Mydull lights at the

    Extracts from the Records, 1533

    way, to Sir Walter Turnbull chaiplane, as the vse hes bene in sic caissis. 12 March 1532 3. [Bonnetmakers, Wobsters, Walkers, and Shearers. ] The quhilk day, the prouest baillies and counsale ordanis the Bonetmakaris pay the half of the

    Extracts from the Records, 1558, Jan-June

    39 servants, together 53; Barbers, 25; Hammermen, 66 masters, 85 servants, together 151; Goldsmiths, 14 masters, 6 servants, together 20; Walkers, masters and servants' within town , 24, outwith the West Port, 19, together 43; Baxters, 45 masters, 55 servants,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (abeenol); Richard Morgan, Aberdtr; Mr. D Morgan, Caerdydd; Dr James, Pontypridd; 31r Sam. [uel Mildon, Caerdydd. Gorllewin Morganwg-Parchn P J Walkers Llansam- lat (absenol) ; William John, Bridgend; T Id Edwards, .Cwmafon; Thonras Phillips, Abertawe; lri Phillip ,Joha, Stembridge (absenol); Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forbearance of the other ? Let titeetrk the very first visit of this man to the Walkers. He came, ac- O5rditt to Miss Walker's owts story clad in his full monrning, his wife hiriageily died five weeks before this Christmas-day. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    answered the views of the Trade. The Parish of Meere In Hereford~hire For one of these parsons Was hot; So Walkers of Rotheram, On purpose to bother' em, Sent them one they had east on the spot. It worked very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ge idaaofacdtWer.[iid n d Bedford row, J. Morris, Brighton, silt mkaereer: [Hardwickanld Guest, Lawrence lanie. J. Cooke, Regent at. tailor. [Walkers Soutihampton at. C'lomsbshury. J. Newton, Leicester square, linen draper. iLawrance & do. Bucklesbury. C. Fea, Cddterbury, woolstapler. [Miller and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coach on it called the Pearl, which he both horsed and drove hirnself. The Bagnor coach, borsed by the Messrs Walkers of' Mitchel Grove, and driven in the first style by F4r John '~a~lker, must also be fresh in the Subscribers-only content


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