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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    204 Ashton , Mr. 134 Ashtown , Mr. See Aston, John Askote , , his man, 121 Aston (under-the-Hill), co. Oxford 143 Aston , John petitions Privy Council for importation of soap ashes, 289 Aston (Ashtown), John, former chaplain to

    Entry Book, April 1695, 21-30, 21 April 1695-30 April 1695

    at 52 l. 10 s. 0 d. incumbered to the [full ] value as aforesaid). forfeited lands of Man. Connell: Ashtown and Irishtown in Castleknock Barony, Co. Dublin, 67 l. 10 s. 0 d. (850 l. judgments to several Protestants).

    Index of Persons and Places, A, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    for high treason, 64. -, Mary, pension from the Queen, 1035, 1076. -, Sir Willoughby, sheriff of co. Chester, 260. Ashtown , Castleknock barony, co. Dublin, 1013. Ashtwell . See Astwell. Ashurst , Sir Henry, Excise Commissioner, 2, 389, 518,

    William III, May 1696, 01 May 1696-31 May 1696

    Bowlybegg, late belonging to Laurence Eustace; in co. Wicklow, Fassaro and part of Rathdown, to William Talbot; in co. Dublin, Ashtown and Irishtown, to Maurice Connell; also mortgages in co. Kildare, on Landerstown, Ladytown and Haggardstown, and in co. Dublin, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL- NOTES AND QUERIES. Nums R .596. WO)DKKLRK AND LEE FAIR t: Mr. David Scarth, Morley, writes- Some time ago the questions were asked, 6" Did. ever a monastery exist at Woodtirk?" and "Why was a charter 'granted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Briesneil n Co.. Water-lane .......0I o 0 10 R. S. Payne. ER M Roundhay .....................0 , 10 0 a Lady Ashtown De re. Pyemoot fmith) ........ .. 0 0 0t The late Oolone Tempest. Tong Hall ................... 10 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    uncon- oesred, and left the dock without a word.-On Saturday evening Inspector De'ia, accompanied by a constable, pro. needed to Ashtown, and, in the spot indicated by the risoner, discovered the body of Margaret Farquhar beside V ditch, covered ovec Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lkak, in aid of a lund to provide Garforth Church with a new orgar. Dswas under the patronage of Ludy Ashtown, also of Colonol and Mrs. G43soigno0, Who kindly lent the use of their charmnilg grounds for the pur- pose. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALDI CHAPEL5, Hiinuaiet.Ine.-GEO 0HINDS, 10.33 a.m., "Spiritual Lifea " 63') p3.m., lo ~ Colleetions for Somer Misraionq ~ G §0,SE1h-PIDA.D Connrezactionat TMission (-~pj.Ta-morrow, at 10.45 and 6.30, Mr. E. H. STf1' - RESBFIEHIAN CHURCH. Hanitover-squaire.- 5 ev. D. rSLA Subscribers-only content

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