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information of Stephen Dugdale, gent.

Stephen Dugdale

information of Stephen Dugdale, gent.

delivered at the bar of the Hovse of Commons, Munday the first day of November, in the year of Our Lord 1680 ...

by Stephen Dugdale

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Published by Printed by the assigns of J. Bill, T. Newcomb, and H. Hills, Printers to the King in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Popish Plot, 1678

  • Edition Notes

    Wing D2475.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20368386M

    Mr. Weir, in his History of Horncastle, quotes a note (folio 42 b of the Register): “On the vth daie of October one thousand six hundred and three, in the ffirst yere of oure Sov’aigne Lord King James was holden in Horncastell Church a solemnn fast from eight in the morning until fower a clock in the after noone by five preachers, vidz. Mr. on behalf of the contributors. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike International License. Further details of licences are available from our Licences page. For more information, contact the project director, Janelle Jenstad, for specific information on the availability and licensing of content found in files on this site.

    The book "COLONIAL FAMILIES OF PHILADELPHIA" Philadephia, PA by John W Jordan Published by Lewis Publishers of New York in VOL II Has two families tht are related to Aubrey/Awbrey family by marriage. They are Bevan and Thomas in that family history they give the history of the Aubrey family. I will copy a link the two families.   Is this your ancestor? Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Gilbert (Gant) de Gand born abt. County of Flanders died Bourne, Lincolnshire, England including ancestors + descendants + 7 genealogist comments + questions + Y-chromosome DNA + .

    Family history compiled by Sir William Dugdale in A nother powerful churchman was Alan Newark (known in Latin as Alani de Newark) who from the years to was included in almost every commission on the affairs of the borders. In he became the Archdeacon of Durham (interestingly, in earlier years there had been an old quarrel. Cambridge Core - Church History - Broken Idols of the English Reformation - by Margaret AstonCited by: 5.


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