All results for Sir Richard Newdigate in All Collections

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MyHeritage Family Trees
Hasbrouck_Barnard Family Tree_AutoBackup(4)_2016-01-01 in Hasbrouck Family Site (23andMe), managed by Donna Hasbrouck
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MyHeritage Family Trees
SHREVE-1X in shreve family web site, managed by WILLIAM J SHREVE JR
Birth:Day Month 1668
Death:Day Month 1727
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Daughter:Name of daughter
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SHREVE #8 in shreve family web site, managed by WILLIAM J SHREVE JR
Birth:Day Month 1668
Death:Day Month 1727
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Wife:Name of wife
Daughter:Name of daughter
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Wood Web Site, managed by Lord Philip James Wood
Birth:Day Month 1668
Death:Day Month 1727
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Wife:Name of wife
Daughter:Name of daughter
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ourworldtree SHREVE TRIBLEPAGES-GED in shreve family web site, managed by WILLIAM J SHREVE JR
Birth:Day Month 1668
Death:Day Month 1727
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Wife:Name of wife
Daughter:Name of daughter
MyHeritage Family Trees
SHREVE #3 in shreve family web site, managed by WILLIAM J SHREVE JR
Birth:Day Month 1668
Death:Day Month 1727
Parents:Names of both parents
Wife:Name of wife
Daughter:Name of daughter
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... to be washmaid at Lady day. She went away the 29th of June for being wanton and careless. She lost five pairs of sheets and five pillowbeers, for which my wife made her pay 1. Diary of SirRichardNewdigate..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... SERVANTS1680 From the Diary of SirRichardNewdigate. Nan Newton, for breaking a teapot in Phlll's chamber, 2s 6d. Richard Knight, for pride and slighting, s 6d. Wm. Hetherington, for not being ready to go..."
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Date:Day Month 1902
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... away the 29th Of June for being wantou and careless. She lost five pairs of sheets and five plllowbeers. for which my wife made her pay l.-"Dlary of SirRichardNewdigate." A Ilnpelcaa Cfmc. V Winks..."
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Date:Day Month 1902
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... given ' an Inventory of the stores there, as he amelled everything it contained sepa? rately and distinctly." Ruled His Servants by Fines. SirRichardNewdigate. a seventeenth I century Warwickshire..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... pillowbeers, for which my wjfe made her pay £I.— "Diary of SirRichardNewdigate." . Velocity of Meteorites. The singular fact ha"s been demonstrated that while the most rapid velocity of cannon balls scarcely..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... everything it contained separately and distinctly. " Ruled His Servants by Fines. SirRichardNewdigate , a seventeentl century Warwickshire squire , whost papers were published some years ng ( by one of lib..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... children, even after they were grown men and women, SIRRICHARDNEWDIGATE. (From the portrait by Sir Peter I- - 1 > . > sometimes fining them for their faults as he did the servants. < die entry begins- "I..."
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Date:Day Month 1901
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... SirRichardNewdigate, the then member for Warwickshire, procured the Birmingham manufacturers their first government contract for muskets. Since those days the Birmingham manufacturers have been..."
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Date:Day Month 1907
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... there, as he smelled everything it contained separately and distinctly." Ruled His Servants by Fines. SirRichardNewdigate, a seventeenth century Warwickshire squire.x whose papers were published some..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... get a glimpse of the way servants were treated in the seventeenth century. SirRichardNewdigate. who flourished under Charies II., enters in his diary a list of fines imposed for various crimes: "Nan..."
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Date:Day Month 1914
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... him. He could, too, when approaching the hut have given an Inventory of the stores there, as he sKelled everything It contained separately and distinctly." Ruled His Servants by Finea. SirRichard..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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