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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Quedgeley Church

    glass. 53 The aisle has a panelled roof with carved bosses and coats of arms of the Barrows and the Arnolds . In the early 18th century the south aisle belonged to the Barrows of Field Court in Hardwicke ,

    Lambourne Introduction

    wet weather. 19 The most serious flooding occurred on the main London road , between Arnolds and Abridge . About ½ mile west of Arnolds the Roding flows beside the road and is joined by a stream which rises near

    Parishes Trumpington

    of 1486 one manor, ARNOLDS , was held of the Crown as 1/40 fee. 287 The other, TINCOTES , was supposed by the 1520s to be held of De la Poles . 288 By 1232 Arnolds was held by Alan

    Edmonton Other estates

    St. Giles wood was conveyed with other woods to Lord Burghley in 1574 49 and was subsequently part of the Arnolds estate. 50 Although the Benedictine nunnery of St. Helen , Bishopsgate , owned land in Edmonton c . 1274,

    Lambourne Manors

    of the farm was 160 acres. 65 The manor of ARNEWAYS , whose name has been corrupted to the modern ARNOLDS , probably took its name from Adam Arneway, who is said to have held land in Lambourne 'about the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 530, February 1629, 01 February 1629-28 February 1629

    of Laycock, co. Wilts, spinster, an annuity of 10 l . secured on a parcel of meadow or pasture called Arnolds, situate in the parish of Laycock, payable immediately upon his decease for term of her life. With proviso that Subscribers-only content

    Accounts, March 1532 - March 1534

    Januarij for the .iiij. smayll lights At the Buryall of Will'm Arnolde xij d Item Receued for the same Will'm Arnolds knell xij d Item Receued the xiij day of ffebruarij for the .iiij. smayll lights At the munth mynd

    Accounts, June 1525 - March 1530

    Ry-chard Cudds yeres mynde 4 iiij d It'm Receyuyd the xxvij day of Octob'r for the grete lyghts at Rob't Arnolds yeres mynde ij s It'm Receyuyd the xxviij th day of Octob'r for the smale lights for John Goldsmyth

    General Index, C, 01 January 1693-31 December 1693

    , Christopher Cressett , James Crew , Walgrave Crieghton , Capt. James Crigg , Robert Crimea , the Crispin , Arnolds Crocie , Groseppe Crock , Robert Croft , Capt. Edward Henry Thomas Crofton , Capt. John Richard Croghan , Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    Newton and Bradford in Bolland. Thomas Lyster, esq. William Lyster, esq., and Brigitt his wife 5 messuages with lands in Arnolds Byggyng in the parish of Gisborne. Anthony Lister William Lyster, esq., and Brigitt his wife The moiety of 3

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARMION, John (by 1519-80 or later), of Adwell and Ewelme, Oxon.

    his heirs, during which it described Marmion as ‘a poor man’.[footnote]Through his Gloucestershire connexions, and particularly his relationship to the Arnolds, Lanes and Porters, Marmion could call upon the support of three of the families who had influence at Cricklade

    PORTER, Arthur (by 1505-59), of Newent and Alvington, Glos.

    may have influenced his election for Mary’s third Parliament, when his fellow-knight, William Rede I, was also related to the Arnolds. In the following Parliament Porter found a seat at Gloucester where he had a joint interest in 25 houses.

    ARNOLD, John (c.1635-1703), of Llanfihangel Crucorney, Mon.

    (justifiable) animosity of Shrewsbury, whose deputy James Vernon I* wrote in September 1697, ‘I have a great contempt for the Arnolds, Colts, and all that would rise by accusations, and should have a stubbornness not to give way to them.’

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aialysis of Sentences; (c) Essey'; (C) History; Green's Short' History of English .People, 1066-1688. 2. Latin-(a) 3 Grammar; Bradley & 'Arnolds Latin Prose Composition. First 22 Exercise, (b)Horace: Odes I., or Virgil's Euclid Book VI; and Cicero De Seiectute.; 3. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Is. 6d. CONTENTS. Disraeli; a Biography The Quiet Heart-Part IV The Bussian Church and the Proteltorate In Turkey The Twvo Arnolds Count Sigiomund's Will Newsfroma the Farm 'Irexaader Smith's Poems The Rpidensic of the Middle Ages The Song of letrodorus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of society at its very source. The mission of these men is great and difficult; and if lthere are few Arnolds with both heart and head equal to its duties, the more necessary is it to watch vigilantly, and restrict Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Leopolds from the lion; Everards and Offas, from the boar; Ursulas and Bernards, from the bear, Latin and Teutonic; Arnolds and Ernests, from the eagle; and Ophelias, Rosa- linds, and Omars, from the serpent; to say nothing of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    congratulatory ode to the French Republic, we are delighted, but not impressed; c'esl son m.tier. A similar production from Mr. Arnold's pen, though probably much inferior as a composition, would be far more significant as an event: it would go Subscribers-only content

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