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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cudworth The Church of St. Michael , Cudworth

    Fields called Mill mead in Dowlish Wake and Mill mead and Mill hams in Cudworth , either side of the Wallbrook at the southern tip of Dowlish Wake parish, suggest the site of a water-mill. 116 Only traces of sluice-gates

    Townships Westhoughton

    claim in the waste, founded on a charter by Adam de Pendlebury , in return for 14 acres by the Wallbrook and Warcock Hill ; Chartul . ii, 685, 686. In Fine R. 80, 10 E i, m. 10, he

    Domesday Book 1540-1750 CHURCH ASTON 1681

    no more than one or two persons at a time would go through with their oxen to get to the Wallbrook . 80 In a tithe dispute of 1602 the inhabitants of Eaton township (in Baschurch ) claimed not to

  • * British History Online * *

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    EYRE, Robert

    practised since the feast of St John the Baptist, and had given a drink for the falling sickness to Mr Green junior in Wallbrook. Attitude of the accused confessed Action taken ? Verdict case not completed Number of crimes 1

    George III, July 1763, 01 July 1763-31 July 1763

    were Jacob Wilson, John Entick, David Meredith, Isaac Fell, and Arthur Beardmore, all in the parish of St. Steph en Wallbrook, London. 20 July. Dom. Entry Bk., v. 23, pp. 251 9. 949 . The Same to the Secretary-at-War. Sending Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1697-08 March 1702

    liii. 7. -, Mr., counsel to the Commissioners of Revenue, Ireland; lxii. 23. -, Mr. Joseph, at the Bell inn, Wallbrook, London; lxxiii. 32 b. Rebow , Sir Isaac, Kn t., vice-admiral of Essex; lxi. 22. Reclau , Baltazar, Customs;

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 June 1641-31 December 1643

    Nehemiah, a volunteer from the City for the Army of the Parliament, letters of Philip, Lord, regiment of Robert, of Wallbrook, bond of Thos., late receiver of the King's revenues, Crown debtor Wheatly , Richard, John, and Sarah Wheeler , Subscribers-only content

    Volume 73, March 1-April 29, 1701, 01 March 1701-29 April 1701

    Rigby to the Lords of the Treasury, the first praying them to accept Mr. Joseph Reading at the Bell Inn, Wallbrook, London, and Mr. John Woodward at the Crown Inn, Kensington, as security for payment of his fine. [ Minuted:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inn square. T. Jones, Shrewsbury, dealer in British lace. [Jeyes, Chancery lane. C. Field, Cranborud street, Leicester square, hosier. [Smith, Wallbrook. J.BeadyandS. Cole,Wotton-under-Edgeclothiers. [DaxHolborncourt. THE FuNxDs-Consols have not fluctuated to any extent during the week, and the alteration which has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stone, Austin-friars, broker. 20 xANKRUPTS. G. Cullum, Jndd-street, dealer in china. [Roberts Milman-st. M. and W. Turner, Reading, hat-manofacturers. [Randall, Wallbrook, 3. King, Bath, victualler. [Makinson and Sanders, Temple. R.Whytt, Bighopsgate-stteet, merchant. [Borradaile and Co. Coleman-sa. W. B. Moore, Church-st.Westminster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warham, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, merchants-J. H. Garton, G. S. Wake, and C. Trevor, Kirgstoon-uponl-Hull, tobacco maoufacr~rers-A. Miller and Count M. 73rabowski, Wallbrook, merchants-W. Perry, jun. and T Bridges, Wolverhampton, ironfounders-J. and 0. Routh, Hawes, Yorkshire, cordsvainers-W. H. Darby and W. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    valuable snuff-box, as a slight testi- monial of his esteem, in honour of his having again elected himself churchwarden of Wallbrook. After the election Alderman Gibbs invited the churchwarden to dinner.-Punc/i. OFFICIAL INVESTIGATION IN TIlE HALSTEAD UNION. -The Poor-law Commissioners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foremost in their parishes in proposing, or consenting to, the closing of the graveyards, and Dr Croly, of St Stephen's, Wallbrook, and the Rector of St Benet's Sherehog, have cordially mnet the wishes of their parishioners in putting a stop Subscribers-only content


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