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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 1 Portsoken Ward.

    Blackstanus, and Alwine his Kinsman, and Robert his Brother, the Sons of Leafstanus the Goldsmith, Wizo his Son, High Fitzvulgar, Algare Secusme, coming together into the Chapter House of the said Church of the Holy Trinity , gave to the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Portsoken warde

    , and Alwine his kinsman, and Robert his brother, the sonnes of Leafstanus the Goldsmith, Wiso his sonne, Hugh Fitzvulgar, Algare Secusme , comming togither into the Chapter house of the said Church of the holy Trinitie, gaue to the

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1502-1504, 01 January 1502-31 December 1504

    advowson, suits of court etc., which they lately had by feoffment of Richard Algare alias Aspale, son and heir of John Algare son and heir of William Algare son and heir of Agnes, a sister and heir of John Rastell. Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    skinner, of London, 198. -, William, 115. -, -, gent., of London, 735. Alford , Robert, of South Rauceby, 280. Algare alias Aspale, Richard son of John son of William son of Agnes (Rastell), 366. Algarkirk , in Holland, Lincs, Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, December 1692, 6-10, 01 December 1692-31 December 1692

    , P[ete ] r Baker master, 100 tons 8 George , John Carne master, 130 tons 10 Judith , Andr. Algare master, 50 tons 4 Rose , Abra. Mangles master, 50 tons 4 Three Brothers , John Martin master, 40

    Index, Q,R

    Richard, 868. -, Thomas, king's chaplain, 532 (xi). Ranyngham. See Raveningham. Rastell , Agnes sister of John, heirs of. See Algare. Ratcliffe Culey , Ratclyff Culy [in Sheepy Magna ] , Leics, manor, 699. Ratclyf , Ratclyff. See Radclif. Rathangan Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Algir, Jun., because he was merely sitting in the garden 'with Miss Algaer at I o'clock in the morning Qanghter)Mr. Algare Should I ever catch you there again, I will serve you worse: you may think yourself lucky if you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frigate and a corvette came out of Sebastopol, and made with all speed for the bay of Stre- lestha. The Algare, which was on the wateb, exchanged shots with those two vessels, which were received at the en- trance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dozn ssorted Wrought and Patent Water-joint CROSS OAR- NETS; about 100 dozen 'Japenned Shutter Bars, with Brss Drops; rnetltlea of Algare patent sand other Casement Fasteners ; Scash Yaodloa and Screws' about 28 green of Rebated Shutter Shoes; quatit o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ABERDEEN. - HER MAJESTY'S OPERA IHOUSE. The Ladies asid Gentlemen of the Company are requested to meet on the Stage September Sd, at Twelve o'clock, and to forward addresses for parts in opening pieces. In consequence of illness, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Collister, Glebe, Santon. Mr Robert Collister, Ballachrink. Mr H. Corlett, Balla willan. Mr Thomas Claque, Ballachrink. Mr John Camaish, Algare. Mr J. T. Clucas, Ballamoda. Mr W. Cain, Ashley House, Onchan. Mr W. Cain, Onchan Village. Mr H. Cubbin, Subscribers-only content

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