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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools St. Marylebone Grammar School

    1834, 9. P. A. Wayne , The Philological Sch. or St. Marylebone Grammar Sch. Past and Present , 2-4. Ibid. 4; minutes, 7 Apr. 1800 , penes Dr. H. Llewellyn Smith , the present headmaster. Wayne , Phil. Sch .

    Houses of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Friary Mayne

    garden, 68 acres of land, 11/2 acres of meadow, and pasture for 6 oxen, 8 cows, and 100 sheep; at Wayne a messuage with garden, 10 acres of meadow, 160 acres of land, and pasture for 6 oxen, 8 cows,

    Private Education from the Sixteenth Century The twentieth century

    of this school see p. 290. Paddington and Maida Vale High Sch. Mag . 1912; MS. Hist. prepared by headmistress. Wayne , Philological Sch . 8. See p. 307. L.C.C. Sec. Sch. List . 1959, Division 1, p. 4. Min.

    Parishes South Warnborough

    his eldest son. Mr. Thomas Moore Wayne married Miss Fanny Bowyer in 1817 , and they had daughters only, and therefore after the death of Thomas Moore Wayne in 1868 , Mr. Thomas Harrison Wayne succeeded, his father the Rev.

    Index K-Z

    James's parish , buildings and growth, char., ch., bldg., educ., guild, outlying part, poor relief, rectors and curates, and see Wayne rectory ho., St. John the Evangelist 's church (Anglo-Saxon) , St. John the Evangelist 's church , Ipswich Rd.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Roland Williams. Gweinyddwyd yr y ty, drwy darlIen rhanau o'r. Gair a gweddio, gan y Pachn. D. LI. Hughes, Wayne, Neb., a Lloyd Williams gweinidog yr Annibynwyr yn Long Creek. Am maner awr wedi dau cyfarfyddwyd yn nghapel Bethel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    maker [King, Gray s inn square. 1B Smailliod, Wolverhamlipton. [Benbw and Co' "1ne9ln I Inn J. D. St~4tteiTr bibdge, clothier [Wayne and Son, LeadenstgLl1 street. W. Wilson,jun. Niecolas l[de, ierchant [(ordeq, Old Broad street. ii. Donildeison lckingami Xstireet, army a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have anything to say to me, Sir, I beg you will commit it to paper." I[JNGaACrOoS QUESTION.-MiSS Hannah Dennis, in Wayne county, New York, has pocketed 500 dollars of Mr John A. Stewart's money,. bJ*a-mse he did not do as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her 93rd yeor. ASliLUItOX-At Stoke, Hampshire, Lady Ashbrirton. ROSifEit-At Narthfleet, lient, Jeremiah Ploshar, Esq., .*ged 83. WHITE-October 3, oI Lyots, Wayne caunty, State of New York, Cecilia HIaosah, svifo of E. N. White, Esq. LENTHAL-Novecttber 2t;, at Kemsey, Wortestershire, Mellicent, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vice Willis, promoted in the 15th Foot-57th Foot : F. 1-. Clayton, Gent., to be Ens., by par- cthase, vice Wayne, promoted-59tll Foot: Asaist.-Sorg. H. Itnsaggso from the Staff, to be Assist.-Surg., vice Mealres, appointed to the 20th Fooc-72nd Foot:' Subscribers-only content


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