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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Haresfield Manors and other estates

    in 1632 . 44 William 's son Thomas died holding the two estates in 1640 . 45 By 1712 the Warners ' property had passed to the lord of the chief manor, William Trye of Hardwicke (d. 1717), 46 and

    Parishes Botley

    for many years. Steeple Court , standing on some rising ground above the parish wharf, once the residence of the Warners , lords of the manor, is occupied by the widow of the late Admiral Colomb . Admiral Rowley lives

    The City of Leicester Hosiery manufacture

    several attempts had been made to drive a hosiery machine by steam power. The first known attempt was made by Warners of Loughborough in 1829 , but this was not successful and experiments there were abandoned. 67 After 1844 Pagets

    South Leigh Economic history

    a.), the manorial (later Church) farm (174 a.), those later known as Homans and Warners , and a large amalgamation of 467 a. held (with Warners ) by Richard Francis , centred on the later Station Farm. 23 Tar farm,

    Parishes Shaw-cum-Donnington

    of later date. The churchyard has a modern lychgate on the western side. There are five bells: the treble by Warners , 1902, and the second by the same founders, 1878; the third is of pre-Reformation date and bears the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. Andrew Undershaft.

    Warner was truely and lineally descended from the ancient and generous Family of the Warners , who possessed a Place of their own Name at Warners Hall in great Waltham in the County of Essex . He dyed without Issue,

    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. Interrments.

    six parts, and argued, in Calthorp's reports of special Cases. ] The Monuments in this Church be these: The said Warners , and John Walden , Draper. Memoriæ Sacrum. Spe certa in Christo resurgendi, hic requiescit Christopherus Tolderney, Armiger, vir

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 31 August 1649, 31 August 1649-31 August 1649

    August 1649 Die Veneris, 31 Augusti, 1649. Prayers. Warners' Sequestration. Mr. Holland reports from the Committee of Goldsmiths Hall , the State of the Business touching George Warner Esquire, and the Proceedings and Resolutions of the Committee. Resolved , &

    Langborne ward and Fenny about

    steeple hath but one Bell, as Friers were wont to use. The monuments of this church be these. The said Warners , and Iohn Walden Draper. Next is a common Osterie for trauellers, called the George, of such a signe.

    Cecil Papers, June 1608, 16-30, 16 June 1608-30 June 1608

    to so inform him. Undated . Petition signed by: Robert Stratford; Thomas Alport; Christoffor Potkyn; Francis Lodge; William Withnall; John Warners; Richard Spencer; Jasper Ouldham; Benjamin Hill; Edmund Reckever; Thomas Whittington; Christophar Porttor; William Tottell; Robart Whipp; John Potkyn; Francis

    Journal, November 1763, Volume 70, 01 November 1763-30 November 1763

    last, entituled, an Act for the sale of the lands, buildings, negro slaves and premises belonging to the estate called Warners in the Parish of Christ Church, in the island aforesaid, and for s ettling the monies arising by such

    America and West Indies, April 1687, 01 April 1687-30 April 1687

    or six thousand pounds, whereof we have not been able to receive above one thousand pounds. In April 1688 the Warners told us that they had large quantities of sugar by them, and that if they had freight they could

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xf severe weather gemierally adds coissitierahsly to its amount. Tmn PueCu PROJEaTviE.--Mt Punch is very sorry to hear that Captain Warners uOIgT rasige has fa iled. To console the government for this disappoiltmetit, Mlr P. will eng.age, on reasonable terms, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on an early day. CAPTAIN WARNER'S LONG RANGE. ViscountINGESTRE then rose to move the appointment of a selcct committee to consider the report of the cotilmis- sinners appointed to investigate the merits of Captain Warner's invention. He was awate that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Behoare, lHenry Marston, A. itaynor, E. Fhotpa, H. Barrett, J. otNeille, Macintyre, Fitajames, C. Voodohoff, G. Sponcer, Moagreson, and C. 'Warners Mrs Herman Vcain, Miss Aelcnson., Miss Poole, Miss Augusta Thomson, Miss E. Falconec, and Miss C. Weston. On Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at1 las 1-10s1 Covers froals -C) to C'J. Corsner Dishes from 17 l03 to IS 108s ihlo set of' four. Warners. 7 23Osidto anl, ls. Iliocuit Boxes 12s to -to5:s. Cruet assd Liquor Frasuies, &c., at proportionsate ps-ices. T'ic las-gest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has undertaken to provide him with a practice, she appears as a most disagreeable dea ex machain, and induces the Warners to send Allardyce to the right-about. The young doctor crosses the At- lantic, and for a year or so Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAUNDERS, William (by 1497-1570), of Ewell, Surr.

    Denise Bowyer had only a 10-year lease and by 1564 Saunders was in possession of the mill: in 1577 the Warners formally abandoned their claim to the manor.[footnote]Under Elizabeth the Saunders of Ewell became one of the leading recusant families

 

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