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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1659, 01 January 1659-31 December 1659

    the younger son of Francis Nevile. The properties named in the settlement are those of Alterennys, in the parish of Walterston, co. Hereford, and two tenements within the parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, co. Middlesex. 3 deeds . (Deeds 135 /2.)

    Cecil Papers, March 1601, 11-20, 11 March 1601-20 March 1601

    said Margaret, Thomas Poore, Irish man, lately coming from Ireland and returning from London to Lanthony, and Harry Prossar, of Walterston in the County of Hereford, gentleman, servant in livery to the late Earl of Essex. 1. Did you, Dame

    Index, U-Z, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    Ursula, Lady, a petition from, concerning her grandson, 131, 132. , indisposition of the daughter of, 132. Walterston , co. Pem., 126. Walterstone (Walterston), Herefordshire, 124. Waltham (Walltham), co. Hants (?), letters dated at, 63, 386. Waltham Cross , 562.

    Inquisitiones post mortem, 1348-1601

    appurtenances, in the said County of Monmouth; And also of and in the Manors of Saint George's, Saint Nicholas', Mychelston, Walterston, Bovyarton, Wenvoe and Lammaes Malefante, with all their rights, members and appurtenances, in the aforesaid County of Glamorgan ;

    Index, U-Z, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    an agent employed by, 86. Lady, 19, 223. States General's debt to, 4. Sir Thomas, an agent employed by, 157. Walterston , letter dated at, 161. Waltham , letters dated at, 295, 395. Waltham Forest , deer in, 227. Wansted

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l ases; lIst I7b each; half- breds allewed ilb. 5 suibs. About two mcies, Merry letrp, *l yn ...................................... I Walterston, 5 eyes 1) ...............-,.,...... 2 hack Swiss, sged lh b) .... ........................ 3 Six eon. A itcepleclatse Plato oa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two sovereigns in pay- be; ment. He also bought two young pigs and gave him a 0on e. sovereign chainge.-Samnbli Walterston, a grocer of Hetlper, by at said he was at Horsley on Christmas Day, and the prisotier ma0: all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Saturday, Kiseiy Toll-bar, 10.45. Oxfordshire, South- Monday, Staken Church Toll-gate ; Friday, Stow Wood, 11. Pembrokeshire Hunt Club- Monday, Walterston ; Thursday, The iloat, 10.30. : Pembrokeshire, touth- Tuesday. Orielton ; Friday, Yelbaston Gate, 10.30. Poltimore's, Lord- Monday, Cerne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Friday, Menmarsh Guidepost, 11. Pembrokeshire, South- Tnesdav, Corston Lodge • Friday Norchard Gate, 10.30. '' Pembrokeshire Hunt Club- Monday, Walterston; Thurs- day, Hill Mountain, near Williamston, 10.30. Poltimore's, Lord- Moi_d»y, Sydling Barn ; Wednesday Stock Hill, Glanville's Wootton; Fiidav, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kilpeck, Much Dew- church, Thruxton, Saint Devereux, Didiey, Wormbridge, Ewias Otherwise Ewyas Harold, Kentchurch, Kenderchurch otherwise Howton, Rowlston, Llancilln, aud Walterston, all in the counly of Hereford; Laiigua, Grnsmont, Llangattoc Lingoed, Oidcastle, Llanfihaugil Crugcorney, Penbiddle, Llantillio Pertholoy otherwise Llandeilo Bertholey, Subscribers-only content

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