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Byrom deeds & wills in the possession of W. H. Thomson,B.A

Wilfrid Harry Thomson

Byrom deeds & wills in the possession of W. H. Thomson,B.A

with notes on omissions & duplicates.

by Wilfrid Harry Thomson

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Published by W. H. Thomson in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Byrom family.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR3339.B5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. ;
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19187994M

    The McGown deed of indicates that Samuel Waggoner may have already been in possession of his tract of three hundred and sixty family of Samuel Waggoner must have settled on the Old Field Creek land as early as The fact that the deed was entered in the first month of is historically French and Indian War.   Indexes to Wills, Estates, Guardianships, Distributions. Book A, to ; Book B, to ; Book C, to ; Book D, to ; Images of Logan County Wills and Estates Book A, to

      Vol. Chippindall, W.H., A sixteenth-century survey and year’s account of the estates of Hornby Castle, Lancashire, with an introduction on the owners of the castle; Vol. Walker, F., Historical geography of southwest Lancashire before the industrial revolution; Vol. Chippindall, W.H., A history of the parish of. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images. An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses.

    Citations International Genealogical Index (IGI) (Family History Center, LDS), , Microfilm of the Old Parochial Register of unknown event type, St. Vigeans, unknown. s addlery and h arness w orks. f ellmongering, t anning, c urrying, and w ool-scouring. s hip and b oat b uilding. f urniture f actories. w oollen-mills. c lothing and w aterproof f actories. h osiery-factories. b oot and s hoe f actories. r ope and t wine w orks. p hormium-mills. section ix.—imports; customs and excise revenue. i mports.


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Byrom deeds & wills in the possession of W. H. Thomson,B.A by Wilfrid Harry Thomson Download PDF EPUB FB2

An eye-witness account of Bonnie Prince Charlie in Manchester by Elizabeth Byrom (Book) Byrom deeds & wills in the possession of W.H. Thomson, B.A.: with notes on omissions & duplicates by W. H Thomson (Book). Byrom related material can also be found in Manchester Libraries, Information and Archives.

According to W. Thomson, the deed to the Shambles of was formerly located in Manchester Central Library, along with deeds relating to the Back Salford acquisitions.

BOOKS AND ARTICLES ON AGRARIAN HISTORY 45 Notes on Omissions and Duplicates. Thom-son, 1 8 Waltham Road, Manchester Trent, C. The Changing Face of England. Wilfrid Harry Thomson has written: 'Byrom deeds & wills in the possession of W. Thomson,B.A' Load More. Alice the wife of Henry de Byrom was perhaps Simon's granddaughter by an elder son, for a son Simon is afterwards described as 'son and heir,' Alice's parentage not being recorded, though she claimed in her own right.

Henry's parentage is shown by the Mascy of Rixton Deeds already quoted; R. 63, W. THE DESCENT OF BYROM OF BYROM IN THE PARISH OF WINWICK IN" THE COUNTY PALATINE OF LANCASTER. FKOM TITLE-DEEDS, WILLS, REGISTERS, AND THE VISITATION OF LANCASHIRE IN 1G BourTdoBrrom.

AttMUlBaoulilhorn= to the pariali of Winwiek od Sunday ; next AlUiT the teaat at S. Anilron tLe: Arnstic, inEiiw, r[. (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State,Page ) —Jordan, Wm., Bertie Co., Novem Wife Mary, sons Wm.

and Jos., daughters Mary Smithwick and Margaret Haramond (wife of Henry, dec'd) daughters Elizabeth and Harriet and Sally, Mary Smithwick's eldest son William to be sent to.

Byrom Hall, the ancestral home of the celebrated poet John Byrom and was constructed in the 18th century. A timber-framed 16th century monastic building in Kersal, known as "the Kersal Cell" had badly fallen into disrepair so that it had to be demolished, and was purchased by the Byrom.

"But in case either of my said sons shall sell, alien, mortgage or any other way convey either of ye sd plantations hereby given out of ye name of Swann then it shall and may be lawful for ye other of my sd sons to reenter and take possession of the same." Daughters: Rebecca and Elizabeth Swann (land at Moyock, in Currituck).

To each of sons is. The coucher book or chartulary of Whalley Abbey, Vol. 3, ed. W.A. Hulton. OS Warrington in as described in a contemporary rent roll of the Legh family, ed. William Beamont. OS The diary of the Rev. Henry Newcome, from Septemto Septemed. Thomas Heywood. OS Page Deed Book H - Maudlin No.

Pleasant Winslow, (widow, & relict of Joseph) of Perq—for £ pd by Ezekiel Maudlin, of afsd—sold a “moiety of land a, to sd Ezekiel, (since dec) sd land now in possession of his Eldest son, Edmund Maudlin, assigned her dower right in sd land.”.

Transcription of the above deed and Image from the book: Fifty-Six Years of Law Practice by McDonald Poe, SR. Vanity Press. The Deed of Matthew Collins to Robert Marshall Samuell Poe’s name as written in this deed.

February 9,and Samuell Poe was a witness to its execution in Deed Book. It contains his copies in his hand of deeds, wills, surveys, and plats, dated toas well as other miscellaneous items that pertained to his real estate holdings and transactions.

It is not uncommon to find several of these items which, when used in conjunction, together completely detail chain of title for a parcel for over a years. Reader Post-Cultural Revolution, G.H. Choa, Vivian Ling Hsu An Introduction to Coastal Navigation - A Seaman's Guide, Christopher Emms, S.

Gossiff Isikhethu: Gr Learner's Book. The Court of Husting Roll indicates that by Powell shared interest in that property with three other men: a deed dated 22 January 10 Elizabeth (i.e., n.s.) records that the four men were ceding "a messuage called 'le George,' in par.

of St. Dunstan, West" (see CLRO HR /; also Cal HR vol. 6: Deeds and wills/). interesting to note that in wills prior totwo is named February and March; months of JanuJanu ; years are generally for dates in the ary, for instance, but this was not always the case, and occasionally only one As examples, see wills of Catkeeine BusbeY;, made Janu year given.

is Proved Proved February. Lee Co., Deed B p, – David H. Campbell to Jane S. McKinney, both of them late of Lee Co., witness that in consideration of $, David H. Campbell doth grant unto Jane S. McKinney, acres of land off the north east end of his two thousand acre tract of land, including what is called the Matlock place, being the same on which Jane S.

McKinney lately resided, adjacent. Our Soldiers - Gallant Deeds of the British Army During Victoria's Reign (Illustrated Edition) (Dodo Press), William H.G. Kingston Full of Money, James Bill X Bibliography of. The deed was signed by Abriam McKinney and Mary his wife with their marks.

$ Deed Book 3, p.21 Sept. ABRIAM McKinny and Mary of Lee Co. sold to SHADRICK MCKENNY of the same place for $, acres on Powells River, it being part of a tract conveyed to Reston and Newton containing acres, again signed with their marks.

RECORDS OF DEEDS ABSTRACTS COMPILED FROM BOOKS IN THE COUNTY REGISTER'S OFFICE DEED BOOK A. Albemarle Co of Berkley. John Chesson within said Co, to William Wilkson. a on the Sound, adj Thomas Hart, Lbs of Tobacco. J Test’ John Lewis, Jonathan Ashford.

new book in the is, Jarman on Wills has now become hands of the English editor; and it has not suffered in the process.

Many of the notes, especially the longer ones, of the writer's last edition have been rewritten subject has been brought ble. may right The Work now be added, Law The is down; and the whole to the latest date practica-printed.Wills and Deeds. Office Charges. Safe-deposits.

General. Money to lend. Hon. W. H. Herries, Minister of Railways and Native Minister; Private Secretaries, L. E. Johnson and H. B. H. Balneavis. established by Mr. Leigh and his wife, at the valley of the Kaeo, Whangaroa, was not taken possession of until the 10th June, C OLONIZATION.Descendants of Richard JORDAN I Last Updated: Ma Generation No.

1. 1. Richard 2 JORDAN I (Unknown 1) was born Bet. - in England or Virginia, and died Bef. 03 May in Surry Co, VA, age around 62 to 72 years old. He married (1) Elizabeth REYNOLDS Bef.

May in Isle of Wight Co, VA, daughter of Christopher REYNOLDS and Elizabeth MATHEWS.