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    Transactions - vol. 1, Miscellaneous, 1599-1639

    1633. Certificate by Trinity House [ See 265, 270. ] On information from the bailiffs of Aldeburgh, they certify that William Kempster, mariner of Aldeburgh in Suffolk, was master of the Paule of London (about 140 tons) bound for High

    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 1-99 (Sept - Nov, 1567)

    b ] George Lubkin: 1500 ells Osnabr ü cks £ 20 (2 Oct 1567). 17 . Saviour of Aldeburgh (50) Thomas Leverson; Aldeburgh [ sic ] 1 [f. 3 ] Francis Wight: 40 doz. goatskins £ 40 (2 Oct 1567

    Transactions - vol. 2, 1635

    master of the Appletree [of ] London, Edmund Levar of Ipswich, Humphrey Mason, master of the Endevor of Aldeburgh, James Beetes of Aldeburgh, Anthony Taillor, master of the Presala and Thomasin of London, Richard Skinner, master of the Recovery of

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    lands there. Robert Battye Henry Barrobe and Elizabeth his wife Messuage with lands in Marton near Aldeburgh, Netherdonsford, and Grafton. A warrant against Alice Aldeburgh , wid., and her heirs. Matthew Readman, esq. Edmond Mawde and Cecilia his wife 6

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1626

    convoy appointed for them. Their opinion is that boats from petty plac es to the south of Yarmouth, viz. Harwich, Aldeburgh, Southwold, Dunwich, etc., should repair to Yarmouth on a certain day, wind and weather permitting, and, in the road

    Wills, 8 Richard II (1384-5)

    of Johanna his wife, Walter de Berneye, Edmund de Alderford, John Chircheman and Emma, wife of the same, Thomas de Aldeburgh, and others. Johanna his wife to enjoy a life interest in the above lands and tenements, subject to the

    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 500-599 (May - June, 1568)

    William Hawkes: 40 thou. oranges and lemons £ 13 6 s 8 d (26 May 1568). 534 . Saviour of Aldeburgh (50) Thomas Beversham; Port St. Mary [f. 159 b ] Thomas Walker: 80 butts sack net 72 butts 108

    Indices, Persons, places, ships, subjects

    (Hamburg), 3 Benet , Elles (Dartmouth), 257 John (London), 204, 551 Bepell , see Bebell Beversham , Robert (Aldeburgh), 537 bis Thomas (Aldeburgh), 9 bis , 224 ter , 534 Body , Michel (Cherbourg), 80 Bolton , Thomas (London), 830

    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 100-199 (Nov - Dec, 1567)

    b ] Nicholas Culverwell: 28 tuns Gascony wine net 25 tuns 75 s (13 Nov 1567). 130 . Jonas of Aldeburgh (40) Thomas Wright; Bordeaux [f. 26 b ] John Mesenger: 14 tuns Gascony wine net 12 tuns 36 s

    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 200-299 (Dec 1567 - Jan 1568)

    Omer [f. 50 b ] John Atkinson: 600 bushel s apples £ 10 (6 Dec 1567). 224 . Saviour of Aldeburgh (50) Thomas Beversham; La Rochelle [f. 50 b ] Thomas Beversham: 30 weys bay salt £ 30 (6 Dec

    London Port Book, 1567-8, Nos. 600-699 (June - Aug, 1568)

    ] Andrew de Loe: 5 tuns French wine net 4 tuns 12 s (28 July 1568). 691 . Jesus of Aldeburgh (60) John Smyth [f. 215 b ] Thomas Altham: 10 pipes oil net 9 pipes £ 36 (30 July

    Transactions - vol. 1, 1616-7

    Woodcott, William Ivey, Robert Bradsho, John Osborne. 84. [f.34. ? Before 11 Feb. 1617 ] Owners and seamen of Ipswich, Aldeburgh, Harwich and Woodbridge trading in coal to Trinity House [ Cf APC 1616 17 , 138 9. ] The

    Stanmore Parva (Whitchurch)

    2. Az. three crescents Or. Ryder. 3. G. a lion rampant Arg. on his shoulder a fl. de lis Az. Aldeburgh. 4. Or, a fesse between two chevrons Sable. Lisle. 5. A. three eagles displayed G. De Courcy. 6. O.

    Index of arms

    of the family there mentioned are described. A. Ainsworth , Page 463. Albany , 66. Aldeburgh , 410. Aldon , 495. Allanson , 323. Alsop , 323. Ambler , 31. Amcotts , 495. (Q). Apharry , 410. Armytage , 378.

    Yorkshire Fines, 1486-99

    TRINITY TERM , 10 HENRY VII . Thomas Smithes Thomas Sclater and Elizabeth his wife 2 messuages with lands in Aldeburgh. Peter Bumsted Thomas Shirley, Alice his wife, and William Rilleston 21 s rent in Hoton Thomas Spence George Conyers,

    Discharged aldermen in Parliament, etc.

    1656 1658, January-April, 1659. *John Barker [Bread Street, September, 1651 ] Ilchester, January-April, 1659. Alexander Bence [Walbrook, May, 1653 ] Aldeburgh, 1640 1653; Suffolk, 1654 1655. *James Baker [Castle Baynard, November, 1657 ] Shaftesbury, January-April, 1659, April-December, 1660. Martin Noell

    Aldermen in Parliament for other constituencies

    sat for Tiverton. W. Bigg (late Alderman of Cripplegate) represented Wallingford; J. Benec. afterwards Alderman of Bishopsgate, was elected for Aldeburgh. [The Recorder, Sir L. Long, sat for Wells till his death, March 16, 1659, a week after his election

    Index

    6, 213, 415 'akall' (cable), 49 Aklenne , Walter, 475 Alberson , Nelles, 239 Alborow , , lighthouse keeper, 326 Aldeburgh , Suffolk, 84, 237, 253, 269 70, 475 Aldermaine , Thomas, 475 Aldgate , Christopher, 235 Alexandre (Allexander) Andrew,

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    He was J.P. and D.L. for Glamorgan, Major of the Glamorgan Militia, and M.P. for Cardiff 1820 6, and for Aldeburgh (Suffolk) May 1827 30. Mr. Wyndham Lewis unsuccessfully contested Camelford 1826, and Maidstone 1830 and 1832, but represented the

    Burton in Kendale

    liberty of Allerton, co. York; Dodsworth's MS. 149, f. 142b. 1331 Exemption for life, at the request of Richard de Aldeburgh of Roger de Burton in Kendale from being put on assizes, juries etc., against his will; Cal. Pat. R

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