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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kennett Economic history

    Between 1950 and 1970 the numbers of beef cattle increased from 105 to 184, and in 1976 the owner of Anchor farm on the Herringswell Road began to raise such cattle. 27 Pigs were also kept on the demesne in

    Cannington Local government

    held courts in the early 19th century for Cannington and Rodway . His tenants were given a treat at the Anchor and he paid a bailiff and a woodward. 44 Blackmoor manor court records survive for 1556-7 and 1611: the

    Abbess Roding Nonconformity

    the church stood the Sunday school. 83 Anchor House , which appears to have become a public house in the 19th century (see above) retained its licence until about 1910. 84 The iron anchor which served as an inn sign

    Parishes Elvetham

    of this parish receive the rents and profits of a house at Cove in Yateley , known as ' The Anchor ,' with 7 acres or thereabouts adjoining, derived under the will of Sir Robert Reynolds , and a deed

    Rodborough Introduction Woodchester And Rodborough Area c. 1840

    sought to close in 1788 were the New Inn , which has not be en found recorded later, and the Anchor , 74 near Wallbridge, 75 which nevertheless continued as a public house. By 1805 there was also the Woolpack

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Cambria" yn llestr newydd, perthyn- ar ol i'r linell o a, aerlongau a adnabyddir wrth yr enw qi " Anchor Line,' sydd yn rhedeg yn uniongylchol id rhwng Glasgow a New York. Llestr haiarn ydoedd- m a adeiladwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thipyn ychwaneg o dreigliad arias yn ein tref.-Tdan.-Prydnawn dydd Iaa diweddaf, cafodd plentyn bychan tua chlwech oed, mab Robert Owen, Anchor, y ty iddo ei hunan, fel y dywedir, a dechreu. odd ddyfyru ci hun drwy gymeryd pric a'r tan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Angel's Song," "The Christian Soldier." Cafwvd amrvw unawdau-" Dw'r Cae Coch " gan Mr. R. J. Roberts, "Up with the Anchor " gan Mr. J. Edwards, "Yr Eueth Ddall " gan fisas Laura E. Roberts ynrbag- orol iawn, " Gwnewch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Satinel Davies. 21. Beirniadae', Mis -eJdese J!. P. Bank,- ai y ' Samplers.' (Gwobr, 10s.) Yr oreu oedd .MisiJones, Anchor E['Hdtit.T '_221.`eirniadaeth Mrs. Jones,: Monachdy VTila,'ar- yr '-Haosinau. Daetl 11 ilaw. ' '(Gwhbr, 5s.) Y fuddugol oedd Airs.-R. Rees, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bydd M . hyddfrydwYr yn yr Anchor, a'r Ceidwadvyr t yn y Dolphin yn ceisio vicrhau gwaeanaeth rhai o'u prif ddynion;. Enillodd Ardalydd Hartington gryn gynteradwyaeth 'eleni am yr :hyn addywedodd yn yr Anchor., Wrth ateb y llwncdestyn Rhyddfrydol dywedai Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THRALE, Ralph (c.1698-1758), of Streatham, Surr.

    of ‘a hardworking man at Offley’, Thrale was brought to London by his uncle, Edmund Halsey, the owner of the Anchor brewery at Southwark, who ‘said he would make a man of him, and did so but ... treated him

    HALSEY, Edmund (d.1729), of Southwark, Surr. and Stoke Poges, Bucks.

    boy at St. Albans, Herts., came to London ‘with 4s. 6d. only in his pocket’ and found work at the Anchor Brewery, in Southwark, owned by James Child.[footnote] Becoming clerk in the counting house, he was taken into partnership in

    HALSEY, Edmund (d. 1729), of St. Saviour’s, Southwark, Surr. and Stoke Poges, Bucks.

    the future brewer first ventured to the capital ‘with 4s.6d. only in his pocket’, and found employment at James Child’s Anchor brewery in Southwark. He started out by sweeping the yards, but was soon promoted to the clerkship of the

    JACKSON, Anchor, of Nottingham.

    JACKSON, Anchor, of Nottingham. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1597 Nottingham 1604 Ofifces Held Chamberlain, Nottingham 1582-3, sheriff 1584-5, common councilman 1587, mayor 1598-9, 1605-6, 1612-13, 1619-20, alderman Aug. 1595, commr. subsidy by 1608. Biography Jackson was a mercer, from a well-known

    BURR, Oliffe (c.1515-85), of St. Olave's, Southwark, Surr.

    of beer, his brewery on the river bank at Southwark being on or close to the site of the eighteenth-century Anchor brewery of Henry Thrale. In 1578 he petitioned for a 21-year monopoly of beer exported to the Netherlands.He died

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Stability

    Arms, Brown's Lane, Spitalfields, London 1808 Anchor, Bishopsgate Street, London 1809 White Hart, Bishopsgate Street, London 1810 Saracen's Head, Camomile Street, Bishopsgate Street, London 1810 White Hart, Bell Yard, Gracechurch Street, London 1819 Anchor, St. Mary at Hill, Tower Street,

    Royal Kent Lodge of Antiquity

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): United with "Lodge of Unanimity,"No. 729 [of 31 Jan. 1821], in 1828. Meeting Places Anchor, Dutchy Lane, Strand, London 1723 Fountain, in the Strand, London 1731 Bedford Arms, Covent Garden, London 1733 Two BlackPosts,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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