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Definition of Aldermanry
Aldermanry Al"der*man*ry, n.
1. The district or ward of an alderman.
2. The office or rank of an alderman. [R.] --B. Jonson.
Meaning of Aldermanry from wikipedia
and their names
did not change. Each ward, or aldermanry
, has its own alderman, who is the most senior official
is a town and a nagar panchayat
in the Badaun district
of the Indian state
Pradesh. As with other areas
in the North Indian
- Bridge Without
by the city (from 1550 to 1900) and as an aldermanry until
1978. The local government arrangements
of the Duke and Duchess
of York. In 1897 he transferred
to the adjacent
ward of Bridge Without
to make room for his son Sir (John)...
of London). The ward and aldermanry
were effectively abolished
in 1978, by merging
it with the Ward of Bridge...
- was Sheriff, conjointly
with John Catcher, and succeeded Catcher
in the Aldermanry
due to financial
- and 1321. Nicholas
died in 1334, without
male issue, and devised
to Sir John de Pulteney, then mayor
of London. Roysia, the daughter
One Off Archived
5 June 2010 at the Wayback Machine
The Wards, or Aldermanries
, in the Square
Ward Club Archived
2007 at the Wayback...
- 1546–47) and Richard Foulkes
(Master, 1550–51) were advanced
to the aldermanry
. After Foulkes
ward on 19 January, 1556/7, in February...
- Chamberlin's death
in 1566 Draper became
and Avenon moved
to the aldermanry
as Lord Mayor
in 1569–70 through
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