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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidlington Protestant nonconformity

    Kidlington Protestant nonconformity Protestant nonconformity In 1662 and until 1728 or later there was a small Quaker community, never more than two or three families, in the parish. Its most prominent member was Nathaniel Faulkner (d. 1728), for many

    Parishes West Wycombe

    Parishes West Wycombe WEST WYCOMBE Wicumbe (xi cent.); West Wycumb (xiii cent.); Haveringedune alias West Wycombe (xiii-xvii cent.). West Wycombe is a large parish on the Oxfordshire border, having an area of 6,542 acres. Of this acreage 2,999 acres

    Cherry Hinton Cherry Hinton Before Inclosure c. 1810 Cherry Hinton : Suburban Development c. 2000

    Cherry Hinton CHERRY HINTON The rectangular parish of Cherry Hinton occupies the western corner of Flendish hundred on the south-eastern outskirts of the city of Cambridge . 1 It comprised 2,043 a. (826 ha.) until 1911, when 338 a.

    Cherry Hinton Manors and other estates

    Cherry Hinton Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. In 1066 Hinton was held by Eddeva the fair, reputedly the mistress of King Harold II , but by 1086 had been given with her lands to Count Alan

    Parishes Rickmansworth

    Parishes Rickmansworth RICKMANSWORTH Prichemareworde (xi cent.); Rykemersworye, Rykesmaresworth, Rickmersworth (xiii cent.); Rickmersworth or Rickmansworth (xvi cent.). Rickmansworth is a large parish on the Buckinghamshire and Middlesex border of the county, and has since 1898 been divided into three civil

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    General Index M, N, O M. M , B. M , S Mabedroid , commote of Mableview , commote of Mabwuion , commote of Macarthy ( see Macarty). Macarty (Maccarty, Macarthy), Benedict Major-Gen. Darby escape of Dennis Capt. George Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 March 1625-31 January 1649

    General Index M M. Maberly , Customs officer McCarthy , Conogher Row, attainted Macdonalds , the, chief of Macdonnel , Randal, Earl of Antrim wife of, see Villiers, Katherine, Duchess of Buckingham. Alexander, brother of Macgregor , Hugh, petition Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, April 1689, 01 April 1689-30 April 1689

    William and Mary April 1689 April 1689 April 1. Commission for Mr. Henry Freeman to be cornet to Captain Floyd in Colonel Villiers' regiment of Horse. [ H.O. Military Entry Book 2, p . 23. ] April 1. Hampton Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 502, July 1644, 01 July 1644-31 July 1644

    Charles 1 - volume 502 July 1644 July 1644 July 1. Proceedings at the Committee of both kingdoms this day. Present, Earl of Northumberland, Lords Say, Wharton, and Maitland, Sir Gilbert Gerard, Sir H. Vane, junr., Mr. Solicitor, Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nfg '~ near l3irmilgb am. Wiseso for Pactial C flce w'id i another Accountant upon e(iul o~, tating pilrticulan, W2. .1illy 1l'et. clii? -%si-slt dohe ~ito jlcjl.k two 1,ntct dlIilateil~l or 1're w c lbunt- LSBY) eacl,-Address, 249. Daily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    galto bn 113iioate (Sonhtad. V~LEASAN TLY siuated `Si RWEY, Ilombry. Appil,Edwin Jaeksor,,Aiuctioneer, Cherry Street. o C298 OP0 SAE CGR Toac ant Ale STOILES. In-comiP'7 F'£3O. Excellent nelghhbuxhooj. Rent low.-Wilson. Auctione, do, Bennett's HILL. ORt BALE, B IExcelet OITE h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .§ftu~hton% V~acant. - ANTED) 'a HAMMER COCK MAKEIL-,A~ddra B9. ~ Pet. a 4orug aANT roghpracticael MAN, to take the estire Maagement of Engines, Sha~fts, Bgoiloes, Steam Hamme-, ldlllwrghtiog, Repairs, of an Ironworks, by the tou o Pd d 'p~aan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vroTaloars.- WAN TED, a good COAT HiAND.-Apply T. Coombe, T~4G0, Lodge Road, Hockley. ~'AlTED a MNGR for Grocery; also, a Grocers'Asitn and a J Dier-r.Iuttall. 27, Gr. at Chlals Stree. n 0Groceevs-WANTED agoelJUNIOR.-Address, -tatlag I ul particulars, B.33. R~I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. AND JOURNIAL THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1B75. THE WEEKLY POST. A SECOND NEW TALE, BY MORTIMER COLLINS, "FROM MIDNIGHT TO MIDNIGHT," WILL ER COMMENCED ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 14. In the House of Commons, yestor(lay, some prQ- Subscribers-only content

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