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Notes on the wills in the Great orphan book or Book of wills in the Council House at Bristol

T. P. Wadley

Notes on the wills in the Great orphan book or Book of wills in the Council House at Bristol

by T. P. Wadley

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Published by C.T.Jefferies, Printers in Bristol .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Bristol and Gloucesterhire Archaeological Society.

Statementby T.P. Wadley.
ContributionsBristol and Gloucesterhire Archaeological Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationca. 196p.
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18283301M

2 - Extracts of Bristol Burgess Wills in the PCC, 14th and 15th centuries 12 - Bristol and Clifton in A Satirical Serio-Comic and Sensational History of the guide book to Bristol and Clifton. Transcript of manuscript catalogued as ref no /6. 13 - Bristol entries in PRO documents: i) Annual lists of ships (UK and Plantations) Tudor Wills Tudor Wills Proved in Bristol –, ed. Sheila Lang and Margaret McGregor (BRS XLIV, ) VCH Victoria History of the Counties of England Wadley Notes or Abstracts of the Wills Contained in the Volume Entitled the Great Orphan Book and Book of Wills in the Council House of Bristol, ed. T. P. Wadley.

There is no absolute proof, but every probability, that this is the same Sir Thomas Schaftespeyr mentioned in the will of Joan Jons of Bristol, and other Bristol Wills. See the abstract contained in the "Great Orphan Book," and Book of Wills in Council House at Bristol, , by the Rev. J. P. Wadley, Rector of Naunton Beauchamp. [] Admin. Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great orphan book and Book of wills, in the council house at Bristol. By the Rev. T. P. Wadley.

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NOTES OR ABSTRACTS OF THE WILLS CONTAINED IN THE VOLUME ENTITLED THE GREAT ORPHAN BOOK AND BOOK OF WILLS, In the Council House at Bristol.

By the Rev. WAD LEY, M.A., Rector of Naunton Beauchamp ; — WILLIAM SPAYNELL, burgess. Oct. 4th. (1) "Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great orphan book and Book of wills, in the council house at Bristol" Rev.

Wadley, M.A., Elizabeth Lucar (Elizabeth Withypoll) ( – 29 October ) was an English calligrapher. A multi-talented person, she was fluent in Latin, Spanish, and Italian, and an accomplished musician, needleworker and algorist. A member of a very prominent and wealthy mercantile family holding royal favour and civic office, her marriage united common interests within the Company of Merchant Taylors.

Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great orphan book and Book of wills, in the council house at Bristol. By Thomas Procter WadleyAuthor: Thomas Procter Wadley. Wadley (ed.), Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great Orphan Book and Book of wills in the Council House at Bristol (Bristol & Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, ) [Contains abstracts of the wills of many Bristol benefactors of the 15th and 16th centuries]].

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ii.; Barrett's History and Antiquities of Bristol. Notes or abstracts of the wills contained in the volume entitled the Great orphan book and Book of wills, in the council house at Bristol.

Traces of history and ethnology in the local names in Gloucestershire. The archaeology of tradition: an address to a meeting of. Marshfield, Gloucestershire (). (Gloucestershire) Parish; Crisp, Frederick Arthur,ed. A wonderful resource for your historical / ancestry research.

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Bristol: Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Page 2. Item I bequeith to William More ij mesers of Ode with this condicion that he come and bring me my dutie of money that he. For Bristol, the surviving late medieval wills are to be found in civic registers; Wadley, Thomas Procter, ed., Notes or Abstracts of the Wills Contained in the Volume Entitled the Great Orphan Book and Book of Wills, in the Council House at Bristol (Bristol, ); E.

Veale, ed., The Great Red Book of Bristol, 5 vols. (Bristol, –53), Cited by: 1.