The Ancestor: A Quarterly Review of County and Family History, Heraldry and Antiquities ...

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Constable, 1903 - Genealogy
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Page 118 - William de Coningsby Came out of Brittany With his wife Tiffany, And his maid Manfas, And his dog Hardigras.
Page 274 - ... soil; and there is not a step of the way, from its commencement at Kensington Gore, to its termination beyond Holland House, in which you are not greeted with the face of some pleasant memory. Here, to
Page 83 - the Book of Common Prayer," according to the use of the Church of England. I marked the "Morning Prayer,
Page 59 - An Act for Laws and justice to be ministered in Wales in like form as it is in this Realm". The preamble ran as follows : — "Albeit the Dominion Principality and Country of Wales justly and righteously is, and ever hath been incorporated annexed united and subject to and under the Imperial Crown of this Realm as a very Member and Joint of the...
Page 66 - A genealogical and heraldic account of the Coultharts of Coulthart and Collyn, chiefs of the name...
Page 200 - Valediction to the Reader ' (dated from Lindley in 1641), in an interleaved copy which he had revised and enlarged for a second edition, we learn that the book was begun so far back as 1597, ' not with an intendment that it should ever come to the public view, but for my own private use, which after it had slept a long time was on a sudden raised out of the dust, and by force of an higher power drawn to the press, having scarce an allowance of time for the furbishing and putting on a mantle ' (NlCHOLS,...
Page 59 - Hereditaments lying in the said Country and Dominion of WALES, which have been used Time out of Mind, by the laudable Customs of the said Country, to be departed and departable among Issues and Heirs Males, shall still so continue...
Page 59 - Wales, shall for ever, from and after the said feast of All Saints, inherit and be inheritable to the same manors lands rents tenements reversions and hereditaments after the English tenure, without division or partition, and after the form of the laws of this realm of England, and not after any Welsh tenure...

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