Oxford City Documents, Financial and Judicial, 1258-1665, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Oxford historical society at the Clarendon Press, 1899 - Oxford (England) - 438 pages
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Page 194 - ... this was made for Mr Robert Burton, BD, of Christ church, who was Parson here. St. Peter's in the Bayly1. On a marble monument against the wall in the chancell, this inscription : MS Margaret Rawlyns, the wife of Tho. Rawlyns, esq., who dyed the 28 Januar.
Page 479 - Society.) pp. viii+zoo. (10^.) 1893. 24. Three Oxfordshire Parishes. A History of Kidlington, Yarnton and Begbroke. By Mrs. BRYAN STAPLETON. With a coloured map and 2 sheet-pedigrees, pp.
Page 137 - Nottingham, ncice to the glorious Martyr and assertor of the church of England Dr. William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, whose great example and grave precepts she carefully followed, continuing a true daughter of the church of England when it was under persecution, loyall to her soveraigne when he could not give her protection, charitable to the poore when sacriledge had devoured her childrens bread, but she dayly prayed for it and was dayly supplied.
Page 151 - Ursula, by whome he had 5 sonna and 6 daughters. Obiit 1573, aetat. 43. On the side of the said marble table is this : What others singly wish, age, wisdome, wealth, Children to propagate their name and blood, Cheife place in citie oft, unphysickt health, And (that which seasons all) the name of good, In Levins were all mixt, yet all are gon ; Only the good name lasts, that look upon. 1 Hutton adds ' mercer,' and so monuments in this church by the colDingley, 1.
Page 188 - Bridgman, who having much chamber-practice, (Snell) did write severall conveyances for him and was so diligent a servant to him, and to his lady, that when ever the said knight was afflicted with the gout, he was the onlie person who was trusted to attend him. At the king's restauration when Sir Orlando was made Lord Cheif Baron of the Exchecquer, Snell was made the crier of that court ; in which office he continued after Sir Orlando was made Lord Cheif Justice of the Common Pleas ; and when he was...
Page 477 - IQ. 6d.) 10. Register of the University of Oxford, Vol. II (1671-1622), parti. Introductions. Edited by the Rev. ANDREW CLARK, MA, pp.
Page 188 - Vice-chancellour of Oxon, Provost of Queen's College, Master of Balliol College, and the President of St. John's, for the time being, shall think fit. Their number not to be above 12, or under 5 ; to be chosen from Glasgow college (from which...
Page 187 - Scotchman, who was first king James his barber and afterwards master of the robes) told the person that came to the dore to give him an answer, that ' he was a poore Scotchman and a scholar, and hearing that a gude lady, his country-woman, lived there, he took the boldness to make himself knowne to her, and to crave some employment in her service,' etc. Whereupon after the lady had discoursed with him, shee appointed him to keep the accompts, wait upon her, and to say prayers in the family. After...
Page 187 - ... counterchanged/ This John Snell, the son of Andrew Snell and Margaret his wife (daughter of John Carnahan), was borne in the parish of Comonnell in Carrick in the sherivedome of Aire in Scotland; bred in the Universitie of Glasgow under the care of Mr. James Darumpley, professor of philosophie; came into England in the time of Oliver Cromwell in a verie meane condition, and, in his journey through Lancashire, calling at the house of the lady Houghton at Walton neare Houghton tower (one of the...
Page 188 - Master of Balliol College, and the President of St. John's, for the time being, shall think fit. Their number not to be above 12, or under 5 ; to be chosen from Glasgow college (from which universitie he received a diploma to be Master of Arts, anno 1662...

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