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Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, 1736

J P M. Fowle

Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, 1736

by J P M. Fowle

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Published by Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society) in Devizes (Eng .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Court records -- England -- Wiltshire.,
  • Wiltshire -- History -- Sources.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by J. P. M. Fowle.
    SeriesWiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. Records Branch. (Publications) v.11
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxv, 213 p. ;
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19699907M

    April 6th. is hereby given that an account of sales of the Danish vessel "Firi Skadskenore" and her cargo captured by his Majesty's ship "Nymphe" Edward Sneyd Clay Esq. Captain on Nov. 25th will be registered in the High Court of Admiralty (London Gazette page ). -- Edward Sneyd Clay son of William and Jemima Clay was baptised at Southwell Septth at. Recorded in the case of Thomas Fry, chairmaker of Laycock, called ‘to appear and answer Charles Baker of Laycock, chairmaker, his master, concerning his assaulting and threatening to kill him’. Fry appeared and was discharged. [Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, , ed. J.P.M. Fowle].

    SHERGOLD of Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire: cpresent (Betty STEPHENS also committed) 21 Apr - Salisbury Quarter Sessions - Prisoners for the Assizes. includes Richard Cook SHERGOLD and Michael FISHLOCK, Committed April 9th by E. POORE Esq. charged on oath with feloniously breaking and entering the granary of Thomas BROWN of Coate, in. Contacting the archive: phone calls are taken by the council's customer service centre. For complex enquiries they recommend emailing the service directly, if possible ; Readers can register online and order documents in advance of a visit online; Identification: Shropshire Archives .

    Quarter Sessions: Justices of the Peace attended Wiltshire Quarter Sessions (held four times a year; Hilary, Easter, Midsummer (Trinity), Michaelmas) to oversee the running of the county; roads and bridges, gaols, management of the Poor Law administration, and . MADDOX COURT RECORDS (Mostly Land Transactions & Will Settlements) ENGLAND & WALES. s. SORTED BY NAME. Manuscripts often named after the Lord of the Manor under whose jurisdiction a person lived.


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Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, 1736 by J P M. Fowle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes. [J P M Fowle] Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, Devizes [Eng., Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J P M Fowle. Find more information about: OCLC Number: WILTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS AND ASSIZES, I EDITED BY J.

FOWLE PROCEEDINGS IN QUARTER SESS1oNS, Hilary Sessions Easter Sessions Trinity Sessions Michaelmas Sessions Process Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes of Indictments PROCEEDINGS BEFoRE THE ]UST1cEs or ASSIZE, Lent Assizes Summer AssizesFile Size: 4MB.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, by Great Britain. Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace (Wiltshire), edition, in EnglishPages: Wiltshire Quarter Sessions Order Book, –, ed.

Ivor Slocombe, Register of John Blyth, Bishop of Salisbury, –, ed. David Wright, The Churchwardens’ Accounts of St Mary’s, Devizes, –, ed.

Alex Craven, Crown Pleas of the Wiltshire Eyre,ed. Brenda Farr and Christopher Elrington, rev. Henry Summerson () The Minute Books of Froxfield Almshouse, –, ed. Douglas Crowley () Wiltshire Quarter Sessions Order Book, –, ed.

Ivor Slocombe () Register of John Blyth, Bishop of Salisbury, –, ed. David Wright. Wilts Quarter Sessions and Assizes 5 Oct (Freeholders Book) An exact list of the names of all persons now residing within the County of Wiltshire who, according to the several Acts of Parliament for that purpose made, are qualified to serve on juries.

Law papers for cases concerning removal, settlement, etc, to be tried at Quarter Sessions and Assizes. / Settlement certificate issued by the parish of North Bradley on behalf of James Say, addressed to the parish of Westbury.

/ Two settlement certificates, indexed. / Nine settlement examinations. Law papers for cases concerning removal, settlement, etc, to be tried at Quarter Sessions and Assizes. / Eight Corsley parish documents, viz. two affiliation orders, a bastardly bond, and four removal orders.

All have Phipps signatures, and were given to C N P Phipps by N F Barton of Corsley House. / The Geneanet Library offers to access hundreds of thousands documents indexed for the needs of genealogists, local historians and curious people.

Browse the catalog to find the book you need. Wiltshire quarter sessions and assizes, ; The registers of. By J. Simms F. Halliday has made an interesting attempt to put SHAKESPEARE IN HIS AGE In JOHN LOCKE AND THE WAY OF IDEAS LATER MODERN FORESTS AND FRENCH SEA POWER, ‐ By Paul Walden Bamford HENRY NEWMAN, AN AMERICAN IN LONDON, ‐ By Leonard M.

Cowie WILTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS AND ASSIZES, Edited by J. Fowle. [18] N J Williams, Wiltshire Apprentices and their Masters, Wiltshire Record Society, p.6 and [19] JPM Fowle, Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, Wiltshire Record Society p and 34 [20] The Bath Chronicle, 11 December [21] The Bath Chronicle, 8 September [22] The Bath Chronicle, 9.

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B.C. to A.D. Kerling. Commercial Relations of Holland and Zeeland with England from the late. 2, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 9 () Ramsay, G.D. ed., Two Sixteenth Century Taxation Lists, andWiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 10 () Fowle, J.P.M.

ed., Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes,Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 11 (). Diana Astry's Recipe Book, c. W ood ‐L egh (Ed.). A Small Household of the XVth Century. H oskins (Ed.).

Exeter in the Seventeenth Century: Tax and Rate Assessments, – J. F owle (Ed.). Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, F.

M aud. The Hockerill Highway: the story of the origin and growth of a. Wiltshire county records: minutes of proceedings in sessions, and toed.

H.C. Johnson, 5. List of Wiltshire borough records earlier in date thaned. M.G. Rathbone, 6. The Trowbridge woollen industry as illustrated by the stock books of John and Thomas Clarked. R.P. Beckinsale: 7. Minutes of Proceedings in Sessions,–92, ed.

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Beckinsale () vii: Guild Stewards' Book of Borough of Calne, –, ed. Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes, WANHS Records Branch Familiar tall 8vo in blue cloth boards, 65+pp inc 2 indexes totalling 57pp. Well over entries from the various quarter sessions held around the county during the yearincluding offenders, juries and lists of constables - hundreds of people get a mention.

The said Edward acknowledges, seeks the book, reads, to be branded. Sess Roll /47, G.D.R. 2/77d,8l,82d Vol. XI Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes P #68 Presentments of the juries for the hundreds. A1derby (A1derbury) Joseph WhitlockFile Size: KB.

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I can then set you up as a user. For transport of William Marsh, William Squire (convicted at Assizes); Mary Reed and Phillip Caduggan (convicted at Quarter Sessions) to Virginia. QS// Bond: Edward Cheyney, Teignmouth, merchant to Clerk of the Peace and Justices.

For transport of William Wiltshire (convicted at Assizes) to Virginia. Miscellaneous Papers [no ref. or.INDEX TO VOLUME XLII BOOKS REVIEWED OR NOTICED {references to short notes are in italics) Acton, Essays on Freedom and Power {ed. Brown, R.

E., Middle Class Democracy and the.Author Name J P M Fowle. Title Wiltshire Quarter Sessions and Assizes Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Records Branch Volume XI for the Year Book Condition Very Good Condition.

Jacket Condition No Dust Jacket. Edition First Edition. Publisher Devizes Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, Records Branch