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You searched for: Place: "Aylesbury" "Aylesbury", Source type: Local Records

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  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 19 Edward IV (1478-9)

    2 w t all the fastynges and observaunces therto belongyng"; also to divers orders of friars of London and of Aylesbury; to prisoners of Newgate, Ludgate, King's Bench, and Marchelsea; to lepers in divers houses in and about London, &

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1723

    bill; referred to next meeting. 329 . [p. 204 ] 24 May 1723 1. Philipps, Hiccocks, and Melmoth to view Aylesbury chapel, Clerkenwell, attended by Surveyors, and report whether it is capable of conversion to a parish church. 2. Fletcher,

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St James Clerkenwell, Alley

    8.00 40.00 72.00 5999.98 Harris , - (Mr) 2.40 12.00 0.60 50.00 Castle , - (Mr) 3.60 18.00 0.30 25.00 Aylesbury , - (Earl) 40.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 Harrison , - (Mr) 13.00 65.00 12.00 1000.00 Joell , - (Mr)

    Minutes of the Commissioners, 1722

    2. Blank warrants to be prepared for payments to the workmen. 3. Read petition delivered by Simon Michell Esq. about Aylesbury chapel, Clerkenwell; Surveyors to report thereon to next meeting. 316 . [p. 190 ] 20 Dec. 1722 Read Fletcher's

    General Index, A, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    211 -, Nicholas, 95, 208, 254, 288, 344 Awsten , see Austen. Ayer , see Ayre. Ayland , Nathaniel, 310 Aylesbury , co. Buckingham, 187, 237 Aylesford , co. Kent, 170 Aylett [Allett ] -, Edward, 210 -, James, 98,

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN SPERINCK, Theft, 14/01/1801

    of November, employed by me, on the account of both me and my partner ; he drove the coach to Aylesbury on the 30th of November; upon his return with his way-bill, I asked him particularly if he had put

    Ordinary's Account, 22/03/1704

    Sentence of Death at the Assizes at Aylesbury ; but (to his great Grief now) that did not then move him to amend his Life; but he went on in his sinful Course of Swearing, Drinking, Whoring, Profaning the Lord's-Day,

    Ordinary's Account, 02/10/1717

    five Years ago) Try'd for such a Fact, and for want of sufficient Evidence acquitted, at the Assizes held at Aylesbury ? And likewise, Whether he did not, in the beginning of September 1716, steal out of a Gentleman's Pocket,

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