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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 November 1691-31 December 1692

    , Sir John, letter to Werge , Thomas Wessel , Scotch volunteers at Wessen , Luther West Chester (New York) Westcombe , George Mrs. Westerling , John Western circuit , the, justices of Westerwick West Friesland , Admiralty of West Subscribers-only content

    Index, W, 01 January 1681-31-Dec-1984

    West , John, Secretary of New York, 156, 348, 1372. -,- (o f Virginia), 1373, 1663. Westbrooke , Caleb, 2043. Westcombe , Sir Martin, British Consul at Cadiz, 303. Westerband , Laurence, 1474. Western adventurers , 689, 939. West Indies

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    Earl of Cleveland order on petition of Wescomb , Rich., see Westcombe. West , the, see England, West of. West , Christian, widow Edw. West Coast , ships on Westcombe or Wescomb , Rich. certificate by Western circuit West Friezland Subscribers-only content

    Volume 40, September 1-October 20, 1696, 01 September 1696-20 October 1696

    the law. They conclude by saying that they duly call their agents to account, and they answer readily except Consul Westcombe, their agent at Cadiz, whose mismanagement and irregular proceedings are set forth in a particular report annexed. Dated 29

    Entry Book, November 1664, 01 November 1664-30 November 1664

    to the Receipt for the discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due from Sir Theophilus Biddulph, of Westcombe, co. Kent. Ibid . Nov. 7 Money warrant for 17,500 l . and 125 l . to Thomas Povey

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Frankton

    16 It was finally sold by Richard Temple , the younger Thomas's brother, to Sir Theophilus Biddulph , bart., of Westcombe in Greenwich , in 1680 , 17 in whose family it has since remained. Biddulph . Vert an eagle

    Parishes Huish Champflower

    64 a., and Westcombe , perhaps the modern Coombe End , 36 a. 113 Newhouse and Catford were held for two centuries by the Marsh family, who had acquired the freehold of Catford by 1655 . 114 Westcombe was held

    Stogursey Economic history

    the mill had been conveyed to Mary Westcombe 97 and she employed her three sons and another man in the mill in 1851 . 98 The mill continued to be worked by the Westcombe family in 1931 but milling had

    Index K-Z

    , Wesley , John, preacher, West End , see World's End West India Company , West Soley Stud farm , Westcombe , Nic., canon of Winchester , vicar of Collingbourne Kingston , Westcourt , see Shalbourne , man. Westminster ,

    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 1

    shillings. 'And when he received it 40 shillings.' Of the land of the same manor Azelin holds in Westcumbe [ Westcombe in Batcombe ] 7 hides and 3 virgates of land. Alfhilla 'the mother of the abbot' held (it) T.R.E.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    us iz , na bill sw-as femnd noakilt Robert Giass, x rharged with ithe nitrder of. the ReT N iloias Westcombe nris agtainst loits AAgnste Fanchi', aiid Michael Liviaoty, fur tlbe tpurder pi, Clab 'e Reci PFnusion, 0i mi duel. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Treherbert, GlamorgenshLre, tailor and draper. PARTNERS ti IPS DISSOLVED. Pratt and Islip, Birmoinghlm, pearl-button manufacturers.- Thomas Mason Dand Gerj. c Westcombe, Leamington Priors, brick, tile, and pipe maniufactarcri.--Barton Brothers, Ampncy Crucis, Gloucestersire, farmeris; E. Barton retires.-Baker and Duddridge, Bristol, bent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    still larger extension of the benefits of education to all classes. -lear, hear,)-On the motion 'of Alderman Barnett, seconded byhMiss Westcombe, and supported by Mr. Cmrtler and the Rev, W. H. R. Longhurst, a cordial vote of thanks was passed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prest, Henry 'Hodder. Oldbury - William Parsonson, G. William Miles. Stourbridze - William L. Wingell, William J. Weare. Cradley (Staffordshire)-Micbael Westcombe, Frederick H. Thomas. Stourport-Edward Parry. Iidderminster-J. Scoley Edman. Worcester- George Wood, James Hanby. Worwester and Here- ford Mission - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ecore of 35. The other prizes wele won as follow:- Colour-S rgt. Muegrave, Sergt. Shaw, Sergt. Mann, Private Hartley, Cosporal Westcombe, and Privates Shep- herd, Boldison, Goo. Portues, Margerison, Metcalfe, and Stubbs. Recruit prizes, 200 and 400 yards, five rounds Subscribers-only content

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