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Map of Hampshire
Cowes, East Cowes, Fishbourne, Gurnard, Havenstreet, Littletown, Northwood, Osborne, Parkhurst, Rew Street, Whippingham, Wootton, Wootton Bridge, Wootton Common, PO31 7, PO32 6, PO33 4, PO31 8, PO30 5
Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 5, 1392-1396
by Richard Gurnard outlawed for felony; as the king has learned by divers
A Topographical Dictionary of England
of which is named Gurnard's Head. The parish comprises 3184 acres, of which 2106
Memorials of London and London Life in the 13th, 14th and 15th Centuries
fishmongers of the City, namely, conger, plaice, and gurnard, trussed
A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 5
of Thorness and Gurnard, the latter the landing-place of Charles II in 1671. Gurnard 5 is a small village, mostly consisting of villas with a number ... wall. At Gurnard is the church of ALL...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1651
on committees John, Scotch minister Gurnard Fort, Isle of Wight Gurney, Sir Rich.
Two Tudor Subsidy Rolls For the City of London 1541 and 1582
Sest (100 marks) 33 4 Roger Andrewes (£30) 15 William Gurnard (£20) 10
A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 7, the Rape of Lewes
to William Garfoot, 11 who in 1630 sold it to Richard Gurnard, or Gurney,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 2, 1381-1385
of a writ of supplicavit at suit of Adam Gurnard and Cicely his wife. Feb. 9.