2 edition of rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster 1688 to 1840. found in the catalog.
rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster 1688 to 1840.
Microfiche reproduction of work originally published, [Manchester]: Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1935.
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Lancaster is a locational English name, from the eponymous city in Lancashire. Initially there were a few variations, such as Loncastre in the Domesday Book, and Lanecastrum in the Pipe Rolls. The name itself comes from the river Lune, on which Lancaster is situated, and the Old English ceaster, a term for a Roman fort. History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania: With Biographical Preview this book Abraham absent Adam Andrew appointed Assistants battery became Benjamin born borough building built called Capt certif Charles Christian Church College Columbia committee company July 12 company June 21 company May 15 company Nov corp Court Creek Daniel David.
The Book of the Abbott of Combermere - Rolls of Freemen of the City o Chester Part I - Miscellany Vol V Freeman of Lancaster A-K. Deeds & Papers of Sir John Houghton. Prescot Court Leet Freeman of Lancaster M-Z. Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, Samuel Gawthrop, of Kendall, serge weaver Saml Gawthrop. of Kendal, sons of Samuel, of Kendall Willm Gawthrop. of Kendal, sons of Samuel, of Kendall Robert Gawthrop, of Kendal, linsey manufacturer, son of Samuel Gawthrop Bland, of Lancaster, house carpenter.
Court of Record including the book of actions, order book, a book assembled by Gillyatt Sumner, book of warrants and bail papers and an index to cases; section on Court Leet and Court Baron of the Manor of Beverley. Lancaster became a borough in , a charted city on Ma , and surrendered its ancient city charter and became a Third Class City under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on Lancaster was an important munitions center during the Revolutionary war.
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The rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster, to by Lancaster (Lancashire)., unknown edition,Pages: Lancaster (England). Rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster.
to [Edinburgh] Printed for the Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W B Kendall; T Cann Hughes; Lancaster (England).
The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, to Transcribed by W. Kendall at the expense of J. Smith, and edited by T. Cann Hughes Format. The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, toVolume 90 Volume 87; Volume 90 of Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, toLancaster (England) Author: Lancaster (England) Editor: T.
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Cann Hughes, Ed, The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, toThe Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, and Regulations for admitting persons to the Freedom of the Borough were first laid down in the reign of Edward III and revised in the reign of Elizabeth I, and again in The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster Part 1 Editor: Thomas Cann Hughes A selection from the Prescot Court Leet and other records Editor: F A Bailey Year: Volume 90 The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster Part 2 Editor: Thomas Cann Hughes James Buckley's Cash Book Editor.
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Return of Papistspp. 16 and 18; Hughes, T. Cann (ed), The Rolls of the freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, toPart 1, A-L (inclusive) (Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, Vol. 87, ), pp. 26 and That Beetham appears to have been a freeman of Lancaster raises a doubt about his Catholicism.
The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster, to vol. Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, Calendar of the Bristol Apprentice Book, –, Part II, – vol Bristol Record Society, Freemen's Rolls.”.
Lancaster (England), Kendall, W. B., & Hughes, T. The rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster: to Edinburgh: Printed for the Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire. MLA. Kendall, W B, and T C. Hughes. The Rolls of the Freemen of the Borough of Lancaster: to Edinburgh: Printed for the Record Society.
The title of Freedom of the City is an honorary title granted by a city or corporation. It is granted to individuals to recognise exceptional services, usually to the city, or occasionally to the nation.
Since the enactment of the Honorary Freedom of Boroughs Actcouncils of boroughs and cities in England and Wales have been permitted to resolve to admit "persons of distinction" to be. The rolls of the freemen of the borough of Lancaster: to transcribed by the late W.
Kendall at the expense of J. Smith ; edited by T. Cann Hughes （The Record Society for the publication of original documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire, v. 87, 90） Printed for the Record society of Lancashire and Cheshire, pt. 1 pt. The county town of Lancaster on the River Lune had been polled four times between and Its politics were influenced by attempts to restore its eighteenth-century prosperity and civic pride by reversing the decline of its port and staple industries of shipbuilding, cabinet making and sailcloth manufacture, following the loss to Liverpool in of its West India trade; and by the.
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The registers of the parish church of Eccles in the County of Lancaster. Vol The registers of the Parish Church of Eccles in the county of Lancaster pt 2 The registers of the parish church of Gorton.
The oldest register book of the parish of Hawkshead in Lancashire. The registers of Hornby. The Nickens and Weaver families came from Lancaster County where Black Dick (Richard Nickens), his wife Chris, and their children were freed by the will of John Carter [Wills5]. Free African Americans were beginning to be assimilated into colonial Virginia society.
This gave them the right to trade in the borough (until ) and a vote at borough and, in some places untilat parliamentary elections. Freedom could be obtained by servitude, patrimony and (until ) redemption, and in some towns it could also be gained by marriage to the widow or daughter of a freeman.Willis Stolton Lancaster 15 Jun Maxfield, Penobscot, Maine, United States - 09 Aug managed by Jason Maxham last edited 16 Dec Willis Stolton Lancaster Jr.
Maxfield, Penobscot, Maine, United States - This database contains poll books and other documents listing names of voters in various elections in England.
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