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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, W, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    of, sent to Jamaica; xcvii. 10. Walwood [forest affairs ] ; lxxxix. 93. Wandesford , Elizabeth, and daughter; lxxxiii. 22. Wanless , Capt.; xciii. 134. -, -, William, taken on his passage to Jamaica by the French, as to pay;

    Index Of Persons And Places, W, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    Keeper, Repairer and Surveyor of Pictures to William III, salary, 470. Wandesford Elizabeth, pension for, 441 petitions of, 36, 60. Wanless , William, lieutenant in Handasyde's regiment, pay of, 428. Wapping , co. Middlesex, schoolmasters at, teaching seamen's children, pensions

    Anne, August 1703, 01 August 1703-31 August 1703

    same to same of 27 July, 1703 re Captain Wanless; ( q.v. above , at that date), in regard to Ensign William Dukanfield, who was captured, & c., as Captain Wanless. Command: That he have the first ensign's place which Subscribers-only content

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    Trustees for Circulating Exchequer Bills, 224. Wandesford , Eliz., pension on forfeited lands, Ireland , 40, 252; petition, 442, 450. Wanless , William, Ensign in Col. John Gibson's Regiment of Foot, 1125. Wanley , Dorothy, pension out of Secret Service

    Index of persons and Places, U, Z

    petition of, 60. Wane. See Wawne. Wangford , co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306. Wanisley [?Waresley ] , co. Hunts., 181. Wanless , William, ensign, Gibson's regiment, 275. Wansborough (Wansbrough), Robert, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274. -, William, captain, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyb d'dydd Gwener, pan' yr adnabydd- e &n- vyd:' nymphfel eiddo ,gwr agwraig, o'renw- Wanless, y L'W -Sutton. Oak,' St. Helen's..' Tybir, mai eiddigedd-a da, gynhyrfodd Wanless ilgyawihi y weithred, ac heblaw :g ig, hyny yr oedd oa3 herwydd 'oferedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    formed around the candyen" and proceeded to anotherhhosae, a little further up the row. This houao was occupied by Joaeph Wanless, his wife, mother, and nine children. Soon after commencing to clear Wanlessas house, a f4rrneart was driven down the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    riot at Cramlington weie tried on Friday, at the Northumberland Quarter Sessions. The prisoners were found guilty. Moore was sentenced to nine months' imlprisonment; McLean and Wanless to eight months each; and Dodds, Barrass, td, Pringle to six months each. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, on the Lancashire and Yorkshire line, timed to arrive at Liverpool at 7.50, reached Kirby Station, a man named Wanless, apparently a commercial tra- veller, and a woman whose name is unknown, who had entered the train at Pemberton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDER IN A RAIlWAY CARFI~AGE. In reference to the tragedy in a railway carriage, near Liverpool, it is stated that Wanless had been separated from his wife for three months, and was very jealous. They leave three children. SIX VESSELS Subscribers-only content

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