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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Essex, Volume 2, Central and South west
Floor-slabs: In N. aisle(1) to Thomas Cheek, 1688, Lieutenant of the Tower; (2) to Henry, son of Thomas Cheek, 168. ConditionGood, re-built. Secular (2).
The Inhabitants of London in 1638
Cheek 24 Mr. Pennington 4 Mr. Fisher 3 Mr. Spenlow 3 Mr Hatherly 3 £828/5
The Manuscripts of Lincoln, Bury St. Edmunds Etc. Fourteenth Report, Appendix; Part VIII
For an engine for burning prisoners in the cheek, 10 s. 17023.For a hogshead
Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 8, 1645-1647
are to have Notice to be present To-morrow Morning. Sir H. Mildmay and Sir T. Cheek. Ordered, That the Cause between Sir Henry Mildmay and Sir Tho. Cheeke shall
Four Shillings in the Pound Aid 1693/4 the City of London, the City of Westminster, Middlesex
0.00 0.00 Cheek, - (Mr) 0.00 0.00 2.40 200.00 Comment: Lodger. Page,
Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 18, 1705-1709
of the said Bill be referred to the same Committee to whom Mr. Cheek's Bill ... Bill be referred to the same Committee to whom Mr. Cheek's Bill stands ... of the said Bill be referred to the same Committee to...
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 10, 1688-1693
Cheeke, Widow, was read; setting forth, That King Charles the Second, ... in April 1679, his said Majesty, by his Letters Patents, made Mr. Cheeke ... 16 3½ Officers Salaries to be deducted, which belong not to...
An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Westmorland
on the N. cheek of the gate, including two 'diamond-broached' stones;
Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 4, 1644-1646
Thomas Cheek, Mr. Blakiston, Mr. Knightley, Mr. Millington; This Committee
William III, 1698: An Act for the better apprehending prosecuting and punishing of Felons that commit Burglary Housebreaking or Robbery in Shops Ware-houses Coach-houses or Stables or that steal Horses. [Chapter XII. Rot. Parl. 10 Gul. III. p. 3. n. 3.]
Statutes of the Realm: Volume 7, 1695-1701
to Benefit of Clergy, to be burnt in the Cheek instead of the Hand, in open ... in the Hand be burnt in the most visible Part of the Left Cheek [nearest