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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bawdrip Charities for the poor

    1875 each left £100 for the poor. Dinah Ritchie gave £100 in 1856 for bread and coal and Frances Stribbling Warren provided £50 for bread, both distributed on Christmas Eve. 56 Distribution had ceased by the 1980s . 57 Char.

    Parishes Upper Heyford SKETCH MAP OF UPPER HEYFORD C. 1800

    Wallingford must have been part of Heyford Warren manor though they lay in Somerton parish. Thomas was dead by 1293 , when his widow Elizabeth was receiving £15 a year from Heyford Warren as her dower. 56 There is no

    East hundred

    is mentioned as East Hundred in 1166 . 2 The court, it would seem, was held at Witchley Heath or Warren in Edith Weston and Ketton parishes. Pickworth was not included in the hundred 3 until the 18th century, but

    Wisbech Later history of the castle

    458. Bp.'s Mun., Ely , D 6. By 33-34 Geo. III c. liii. In a letter (written by Dr. John Warren, Bishop of Bangor ) preserved at Ely (Bp.'s Mun., D 9), Eyre considered that it would be improper for

    Over Church

    unmoulded panelling. In 1840, when Charles Warren became vicar and the rectory farmer lived elsewhere in the village, the college gave the house for use as the vicarage, as it remained in 1983 . Warren added domestic offices at the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymosodiad anfad ar ddyn o'r enw Richard Mast, glowr yn Nhredegar, ? :gan bump bersonau: yn dwyn yr enwau'.Thomas, 1 Warren, Eeddoe, West,' a Jones. Y;- mae Mast yn gorwedd-mewn sefyllfa hynod beryglusm-:5 Y- mae ar- 1I choll dychrynllyd ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y reed canon-mawr yw ei stwr. Gallwn feddwl mai llawer doethach a mwy buddiol iddo ef fyddai gwarchod gartref yn Warren a St. Twinnell's, a gadael i'r Tyddewiaid yn llonydd. Ydynt yn wir, y mae y "'personiaid yn gwfth- wynebu." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hoIdWatcehe-no caridi ufaout i iisbr ehty engravings ?W lbld -auSilvkr: W~heeatfmene~tiIdcB at -d .jm , Uant 'ith ofMr. oLev stmpeFd Warren isgiv Walches over those of couty wake,, and contains k :1dargb amount otastl inf~mtonrmvhie 'wishe ouau4. ipitg be asstS% Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r enw Frederick Albert Warren, y z rhai, trwy ffugio enw Mri. Rothschild, a chwm- niau mawrion eraill, a lwyddasant i dwyllo yr Ariandy o lOO,OOOp. Mae gwobr o 500p. wedi ei chynyg am ddal Warren. MAE yn amheus feallai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gydsynia. Mae pris y glo, th eddir, -yn debyg a fad yn nwoh eta. h Derbyniwyd hysbysrwydd gyda'r pellebyr fad Warren, li arweinydd yr haid ladran Americaidd a dwyllasalit 1,Ariandy Lloegr, wedi cael ei ddal yn Htavana, i'r lie yr Subscribers-only content

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

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    K. Henry. 5. John Hus. The councell of Constance.

    profit of my countrie. And because you shall not thynke that I haue spoken any vntruth, here is presente Alberte Warren Trapius, whiche was Deane of the faculties, who had sworne to departe with the rest of the Germaines: he

    Q. Mary. Godly Letters of M. Iohn Philpot, Martyr. Baptisme of infantes.

    Martyrs suffering together in Smithfield. Anno. 1556. Ianuary. 27.Thomas Wittle, Priest.Barthelet Greene, Gentleman.Iohn Tudson, Artificer.Iohn Went, Artificer.Thomas Browne.Isabel Foster, wife.Ioane Warren, aliâs Lashford, Mayd.All whiche seuen as they were burned together in one fire, so were they likewise al vpon

    Quene Mary. Godly Letters of M. John Philpot, Martyr. Baptisme of Infantes.

    folowyng, to wytte.Seuen godly Martyrs suffering together in Smithfield.Thomas Wittle, Priest.Barthelet Grene, Gentleman.Iohn Tudson, Artificer.Iohn Went, Artificer.Thomas Browne.Isabell Foster, wife.Ioane Warren, alias Lashford, Mayd.All which vij. as they were burned together in one fire, so were they likewise all vppon

    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    is before declared.The iudges and thother assistantes whiche set vpō her & thother foure aboue mentioned, wer Richard Faucet, Ihon Warren, Iohn Milles, Robert Collins, and Iohn Baker the Notary.The lyfe, condemnation & death of the Reuerende Father in Christ

    Queene Mary. The story and life of Thomas Whittell Martyr.

    of the two persons which sue to haue a licence to eat flesh. And the This young woman was Ioane Warren, otherwise named Ioane Lashford, who was burned also with the same Whittell.woman of Christ Church is in deed very

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARREN, Christopher (by 1512-71), of Coventry, Warws.

    WARREN, Christopher (by 1512-71), of Coventry, Warws. Constituency Dates Coventry 1545 Coventry 1547 Ofifces Held Warden, Coventry 1533-4, sheriff or bailiff 1537-8, mayor 1542-3, alderman by 1544. Biography From his father, who was mayor of Coventry in 1518, Christopher

    WARREN, George (1735-1801), of Stockport and Poynton, Cheshire

    WARREN, George (1735-1801), of Stockport and Poynton, Cheshire Constituency Dates Lancaster 22 Dec. 1758 1780 Beaumaris 1780 1784 Lancaster 31 Mar. 1786 1796 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1755; lt. and capt. 1756; ret. 1758. Biography When Warren came

    WARREN, John Borlase (1753-1822), of Little Marlow, Bucks. and Stapleford, Notts.

    the spring of 1782, Sandwich had to exert all his influence to keep Warren supporting the ministry. On 25 Feb. 1782 he wrote to Robinson: ‘Sir John Warren certainly stayed and voted the other day. I have seen him since,

    WARREN, John (by 1488-1547), of Dover, Kent.

    Three successive heads of the Warren family of Dover were Members for this, the leading, Cinque Port, and between them they attended 12 Parliaments spread over more than 80 years. Longest to serve was John Warren, of the second generation,

    WARREN, Sir George (1735-1801), of Poynton Lodge, Cheshire.

    WARREN, Sir George (1735-1801), of Poynton Lodge, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Lancaster 22 Dec. 1758 181780 Beaumaris 1780 181784 Lancaster 31 Mar. 1786 181796 Ofifces Held Ensign, 3 Ft. Gds. 1755, lt. and capt. 1756, ret. 1758. Biography Warren generally supported

 

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