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    Tudor York Military affairs

    Tudor York Military affairs Military Affairs Military affairs occupy an important place in the administrative records of Tudor York , since the city together with the rest of the shire formed the main source of reserves and the second Victoria County History

    Index A - K

    Index A - K INDEX The following abbreviations have been used: Abp., Archbishop; Alex., Alexander; And., Andrew; Anglo-Scand., Anglo-Scandinavian; Ant., Anthony; Art., Arthur; Ave., Avenue; Ben., Benjamin; bldg., building; Bp., Bishop; Cath., Catherine; Ch., Church; Chap., Chapel; char., charity; Victoria County History

    EURE (EVERS), Sir Ralph (by 1510-45), of Foulbridge in Brompton, Yorks.

    EURE (EVERS), Sir Ralph (by 1510-45), of Foulbridge in Brompton, Yorks. Constituency Dates Scarborough 1542 Ofifces Held Dep. constable, Scarborough castle, Yorks. 1531-7, constable Jan. 1537-d.; j.p. Yorks. (E. Riding) 1536-d., (N. Riding) 1538-d.; commr. musters, Yorks. (N. Riding) History of Parliament

    HOGESON, John (by 1493-1550/54), of York.

    HOGESON, John (by 1493-1550/54), of York. Constituency Dates York 1539 York 1542 Ofifces Held Member, Corpus Christi guild, York 1514; member, merchant guild 1515, constable 1521-2, master 1531-2; senior chamberlain 1524-5, sheriff 1527-8, alderman 1528-48, mayor 1533-4; commr. subsidy History of Parliament

    Preface

    Preface Preface It was not a comfortable new year that dawned on England, and especially on Henry VIII., in January 1545. For more than three months he had been deserted by his ally the Emperor and left to carry British History Online

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