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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friars minors of Ware

    Friaries Friars minors of Ware 16. THE FRIARS MINORS OF WARE The Franciscan priory of Ware owed its foundation to Thomas second Lord Wake of Liddell, who received the king's permission in February 1338 to give to the Friars Minors

    Alien house Ware priory

    Alien house Ware priory ALIEN HOUSE 20. WARE PRIORY The foundation of the Benedictine priory at Ware was due to Hugh de Grentemaisnil's gift of the church, tithe and 2 carucates of land here 1 to the abbey of St.

    Parishes Ware

    Parishes WareWARE 1 Waras (xi cent.); Wares (xii cent.); Warre (xiii cent.). Ware is a large parish now divided into the civil parishes of Ware Urban and Ware Rural, the latter including an area of about 4,208 acres, of

    Parishes Thundridge

    the Priory of Ware . In the composition made between the parishioners of Ware and Thundridge and the Prior of Ware in 1231 (see advowson of Ware ) it was agreed that the Prior and vicar of Ware should serve

    Parishes Widford

    road from Hadham to Hunsdon and Stanstead Abbots, whilst at right angles with this another road joins the village with Ware on the west. The Great Eastern railway has a station on the Buntingford branch at Widford , at some

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EISTEDDFOD Y GORDOFIGION NADOLIG 1870. RJELLT.R casi rhestr o'r 'Testynamu nd anfon dan lythrnod r Ysg'rifenydd, Mri. WILLIAM OWEN, 9, Dingle Road, Traumrere Park, Birkenhead. EDWARD -ED13WARE.D S, 26, WELLINGTON-TERRACE, CA RJNAR VON, Accountant and General Broker. RENTS AND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RHESETR R-G LYFRAU CYIOEDDEDIG NEU AR WMTH GAN JO H N:- D AV I E SI e B RIDD,~ '' ''..AERNARFON. * Anfonir yn rhad ar dderbyniadeugwerti mleufn| stamp drwy post. T Y FY NHAD wedi ei barotoi i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.E)D-I A.NiMAU,. YR E:GLWYSi. £DOLYGD AR IDDARLITIIAU FICER CORRIS asr y-testyn uchod GAN Y PARCH. EVAN JONS. pYN TYSA, y. 11vr ymdnniiaetb fanwl ar: y I Meddianan uglwovg j Dimevrn tebiad i Ddarlithiaiuy Fieer. "A atebiad Mr. Jenes .yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COED TRAMOR. WEDI ei dadlwytho o'r barg " GIENALVON,"$ W llwyth o;L0GIlU; ysgwar o FFAWYDD COC (PITCH PINE.) LLWYTH y barg " GLENALVON " o BLANCIAU SPRUCE, yu Pynwys tua 399,600. Medi, 1876. LLWT1H o BLANCIAU LLORIO, gwyn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUOATION- BRYNARYOR HALL SCHOOL, (LATE THE ACADEMY,) TOWYN ,T TH WALES. PRINCIPAL-MR. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., Assisted by qualified RESIDENT MASTERS for MMOssscs, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, &C. -DRYNRYVOR HALL, a commodious and B well-fitted house, has been speoally Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    SLATER, Nicholas

    surgeon (Surgeon. Apprentice to Mr Gerard 1616) Period of medical practice 1606-1637 Address Ware Herts 1627 Other notes Accused 1616 & 1627. Censorial hearings 4 Oct 1616 Entry S, a surgeon, apprentice to Mr Gerard, was alleged to have given

    Cecil Papers, June 1573, 01 June 1573-30 June 1573

    past in the afternoon. Received at Caxlon the 10 of June at 4 and past in the afternoon. Received at Ware the 11th of June at eleven in the forenoon. Noted by Burghley : A gown A minister from Cambridge

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 03 May 1626, 03 May 1626-03 May 1626

    late Lord Keeper and the Lord President said, it was of no Worth, being no Record. That one Porter of Ware, was both committed close Prisoner, and excommunicated, for refusing to take the Oath. Upon Question, all the Proceedings in

    Border Papers volume 1, December 1582, 01 December 1582-31 December 1582

    they parted, having very small conference togither. On Thursday the third of January, we purpose God willing to be at Ware, wher we shall attend your honours further directions." Wetherbye. Signed : Jhon Case, Will m . Selby. p. Written Subscribers-only content

    Volume A 81, February 1644, 01 February 1644-28 February 1644

    at 14 days for the money. With his note accordingly. [1 page . ] The assessment of Alex. Weld of Ware discharged, on certificate signed by 7 of the Committee of co. Herts that he contributed 40 l . on Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 24th December 1835

    Mamma's table. Before I arranged it, I received from my dearest Lehzen, a very funny Dresden china figure, a Tunbridge Ware indian-rubber and bottle, and two very pretty little books, one of sandel-wood and the other of ivory with “Souvenir”

    Thursday 24th December 1835

    Mamma's table. Before I arranged it, I received from my dearest Lehzen, a very funny Dresden china figure, a Tunbridge Ware indian-rubber & bottle, & two very pretty little books, one of sandel-wood & the other of ivory with “Souvenir”

    Sunday 29th January 1837

    dear Feodore and one to Princess Sophia. Received on Friday from my beloved Lehzen, two beautiful little boxes of Tunbridge Ware inlaid in mosaic, which were her presents for Uncle Leopold's birthday and New Year. They are very lovely. Received

    Sunday 26th March 1837

    Dear Lehzen gave me 6 little vols: of "le Théatre de Voltaire" & a very small box in inlaid Tunbridge Ware . - Read in "the Devout Communicant", & wrote my Journal. At 11 we went to the Chapel with

    Wednesday 30th April 1851

    round of the galleries. We saw beautiful china from Minton's Factory & beautiful designs; there was also very fine Wedgwood Ware . Below, we looked for a moment at the Turkish. The fountains were playing & many flowers & palms

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. Persecutioō in Lōd. dioces. Harwood, Fust, Haile, King, Leyes, VVade, Martyrs.

    (by cruell fire) these ij. Martyrs of God, that is to say, Ste. Harwood at Stratford, and Thomas Fust at Ware. Which both two, as they were about one time burned with the fore mencioned Robert Smith and George Tankerfield,

    Q. Mary. Persecutiō in London dioces. Letters of Robert Smith Martyr.

    (by cruel fire) these two martyrs of God, that is to say, Steuen Harwood, at Stratford, and Thomas Fust, at Ware. Which both two, as they were about one tyme burned with the fore mentioned Robert Smith and George Tankerfield,

    Q. Mary. Persecution in London Dioceße.

    (by cruell fire) these two martyrs of God, þt is to saye, Steuen Harwoode, at Stratford, and Thomas Fust, at Ware. Which both two, as they were about one time burned with the fore mētioned Robert Smith and George Tankerfield,

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    (by cruell fyre) these two martirs of God: that is to saye, Stephan Horwood, at Stratforde, and Thomas Fust at Ware. Which both two, as they were aboute one tyme burned, with the foremencioned Robert Smith, and George Tankerdfield, although

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.An. 1521.Ex Registr. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.Iohn Mordens wife.Richard Ashford.VVilliam Litlepage, prentise some-time of Iohn Scriuener.Emme his wife.Iohn Scriuener.IsabellMorwin.For teachyng Coplandeswife her errours.ThomasHalfakersworne v-pon hysothe, dyddetectethese na-mes herefolowing.Iohn Milsent, andhis

 

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