Search results for E101/40/33
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Roll of the retinue of Richard, earl of Arundel, and captains serving under him.
King's Remembrancer: Accounts Various. ARMY, NAVY, AND ORDNANCE. Roll of the retinue of Richard, earl of Arundel, and captains serving under him.
Held by: The National Archives - Exchequer, Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations Date: 22 June 1386 - 21 June 1387 Reference: E 101/40/33
Particulars of the account of William de Wollore and William Plummer for wages of mariners...
King's Remembrancer: Accounts Various. ARMY, NAVY, AND ORDNANCE. Particulars of the account of William de Wollore and William Plummer for wages of mariners of the ship Gracedieu of Newcastle-on-Tyne.
Held by: The National Archives - Exchequer, Office of First Fruits and Tenths, and the Court of Augmentations Date: 25 January 1375 - 24 January 1376 Reference: E 101/33/40
Folios 39-40: case no. 22, George Keane, aged 20, Prisoner; taken ill at sea; sick ...
Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Medical Journals. CONVICT SHIPS. Medical journal of the... Folios 39-40: case no. 22, George Keane, aged 20, Prisoner; taken ill at sea; sick or hurt, hemoptysis; put on sick list 22 January 1853, sent 29 January 1853 to Colonial Hospital at Hobart Town
Held by: The National Archives - Admiralty, Navy, Royal Marines, and Coastguard Date: 1852 - 1853 Reference: ADM 101/255/1E/2
Folio 8: Charles Page, aged 29, convict; case number 30; disease or hurt, rheumatismus. Put...
Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Medical Journals. CONVICT SHIPS. Medical and surgical journal... , catarrhus. Put on sick list, 5 September 1851 at sea. Discharged 10 September 1851. Folio 9: George Grant, aged 44, convict; case number 33; disease or hurt, diarrhoea. Put on sick list, 5 September 1851 at
Held by: The National Archives - Admiralty, Navy, Royal Marines, and Coastguard Date: 1851 Reference: ADM 101/252/1E/2
Release of Interest
Miscellaneous documents relating principally to the Coventry area. Private. Large clients'-bundles. Bunney. Subseries 3: Russell. third rehearsal with the moneys in S.B. Bunney's name; tenthly, PA/101/7/40's first rehearsal; eleventhly, PA/101/7/40; twelfthly, PA/101/7/50; thirteenthly, that Sarah Russell died during 1858
Held by: Coventry History Centre Date: 1858 Reference: PA/101/7/70
Ledger of John Beaumont, lettered 'D'
Papers of Battie-Wrightson of Cusworth. Estate Management. Estate Accounts of the Steward and Agent. Ledgers. pages 31-32, 36-38. Furniture at Cusworth pages 35, 39. Stables at Cusworth pages 33-34. Alterations and Repairs at Cusworth pages 40-48, 120-124. Bentley Commons [enclosure] page 49. Carcroft Commons
Held by: Doncaster Archives Date: 1761 - 1770 Reference: DD/BW/E3/6
Papers relating to the enquiries and discoveries of William Bellamy, Remembrancer, for the Committee appointed...
Royal Contract Estates. Papers. Lee 1714 - 6 (101) - (110) Copy agreements with Bellamy, 1700 (40) - (45) Conveyance of Yorks. Stamford Bridge 1705/6 (85) - (86) Extracts of proceedings 1712-7 City Lands Committee (111) Notes re lease
Arrangement: R.C.E. Papers No.176 had been arranged by the original cataloguer [M.J. Chandler] in approximate chronological order. This order has been retained (except where easily dateable items were obviously
Other references: R.C.E. Papers No.176
Held by: Corporation of London Record Office: City of London Date: 1699 - 1731 Reference: CLA/044/01/194
Edge of Strelley
papers and of particular note are the papers concerning coal mining in Strelley in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (DD/E/28/23-40, DD/E/46/80). The series of financial papers includes personal
Held by: Nottinghamshire Archives Date: 1135 - 1978 Reference: 157 DD/E
FERRERS OF BADDESLEY CLINTON. Albums. . Martha Orpen, mother of R.D. Orpen, c.1851 (p.12) - cartoons by Lord Charles Townshend (pp.14, 40) - photograph of Tamworth Church, c.1900 (p.17) - letter from Geraldine Jewsbury to R.D. Orpen, 1862 (p.18
Held by: Shakespeare Birthplace Trust Date: 1843 - 1900 Reference: DR 759/5
Rank of Brigadier-General abolished. Replaced by that of Colonel-Commandant. Uniform and rank badges altered. p....
Private Papers. Memoirs of Colonel Harry Ross, Indian Army 1892-1924. 1921-1924. . 28-33 : Dec 1921 Visit of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. Detailed description. p. 33-40 : Dec 1921-Jan 1922 Visit of the Papal Delegate Apostolic, Mgr. Pisani. Social life. p. 41-44 : Jan 1922- Disposal of
Held by: British Library: Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections (previously Oriental and India Office Library) Date: 1921 - 1924 Reference: Mss Eur B235/5
Medical and surgical journal of HMS Acorn for 1 January to 31 December 1860 by...
Admiralty and predecessors: Office of the Director General of the Medical Department of the Navy and predecessors: Medical Journals. EAST INDIES AND CHINA STATION. Medical and surgical journal of HMS Acorn for 1 January to 31 December 1860 by William E O'Brien, during which time the said ship was employed in China. [Note: ADM 101/171, 1A and 1B are produced as
Held by: The National Archives - Admiralty, Navy, Royal Marines, and Coastguard Date: 1860 Reference: ADM 101/171/1B
LANDSCAPE AND BUILDING PHOTOGRAPHS BELONGING TO W.G. CLARKE AND HIS FAMILY
, 130, 131, 243 LANDSCAPE VIEWS 9, 10, 16, 17, 22, 31, 56, 105, 116-119, 191, 192, 228, 231, 232 MERES 33, 34, 196, 227 FLOODING 50-52, 63, 73-89, 182-183 INDEX TO PHOTOGRAPHERS BEDFORD, E.J. 11-15
Held by: Norfolk Record Office Date: 1890 - 1935 Reference: MC 365
Publication Plans and Illustrations
WESTERN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TRUST. Taunton excavations. Publication Material. + Sections 40 91-94 43 Cutting II + X - Plans + sections 41 95-98 44 Ground Floor Plan 42 99 45 East elevation 43 100 46 West elevation 44 101 47 South elevation + analysis 45 102-105 48 East and West
Held by: Somerset Heritage Centre Date: 1972 Reference: DD\WAT/16/G/2
Kenyon of Peel: correspondence
KENYON OF PEEL. 40/16 Ashton E, Whalley, 1669 92/28 Ashton E, London, 1673 44/20,22 Ashton E, Newmarket, 1680 51/40 Ashton E, London, 1681 52/42 Ashton E, not known, 1681/2 54/3 Ashton E, London, 1682 55/17 Ashton E
Held by: Lancashire Archives Date: 1894 Reference: DDKE/9
PAPERS OF SELINA JANE COOPER OF NELSON (1865-1946). . LOCAL MUNITIONS TRIBUNAL Clerk of 22. MURGATROYD E. 116. NAESMITH Andrew 204. NELSON ASSISTANCE BOARD 48. NELSON EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE Manager of 38, 40. NIELD CHEW Doris 53. NOBLE E.C. 184. O'HAGAN A.M. 63
Held by: Lancashire Archives Date: Dates unknown Reference: DDX 1137/3