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Briscoe Surname Ancestry Results

Our indexes 1000-1999 include entries for the spelling 'briscoe'. In the period you have requested, we have the following 577 records (displaying 1 to 10): 

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Liegemen and Traitors, Pirates and Spies (1554-1556)
The Privy Council of queen Mary was responsible for internal security in England and Wales, and dealt with all manner of special and urgent matters.

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Liegemen and Traitors, Pirates and Spies
 (1554-1556)
Cecil Manuscripts (1540-1571)
Letters and papers of the Earl of Hertford and (1551-1571) sir William Cecil, Secretary of State. Also includes some miscellaneous material as early as 1306.

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Cecil Manuscripts
 (1540-1571)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1581)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Lady Day 1581.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1581)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1581)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Midsummer 1581.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1581)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1582)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Lady Day 1582.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1582)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1582)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Midsummer 1582.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1582)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1582)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Christmas 1582.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1582)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1583)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Michaelmas 1583.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1583)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1583)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Christmas 1583.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1583)
Prisoners in the Tower of London (1585)
Sir Owen Hopton, the Lieutenant of the Tower of London, submitted quarterly claims for the expenses of keeping the political and religious dissidents (mostly Roman Catholic recusants) in his charge - a 'keeper' at 5s a week, fuel and candles at 4s a week, and for himself 13s 4d a week, for each prisoner. Those who died in prison or were executed during the period are marked with the word 'mort.' This is the return for Midsummer 1585.

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Prisoners in the Tower of London
 (1585)
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