Definition of Aldermanry. Meaning of Aldermanry. Synonyms of Aldermanry

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Definition of Aldermanry

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

- though the number of wards and their names did not change. Each ward, or aldermanry, has its own alderman, who is the most senior official or representative...
- Saidpur is a town and a nagar panchayat in the Badaun district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. As with other areas in the North Indian plains, Saidpur...
- Bridge Without when administered by the City (from 1550 to 1900) and as an aldermanry until 1978. Southwark is sited on a once slightly marshy area south of...
- and 1321. Nicholas died in 1334, without male issue, and devised his aldermanry to Sir John de Pulteney, then mayor of London. Roysia, the daughter of...
- subverted when Richard Jerveis obtained letters patent freeing him from his aldermanry and from ****ure city office. Laxton and the aldermen went in a body to...
- marriage of the Duke and Duchess of York. In 1897 he transferred his aldermanry to the adjacent ward of Bridge Without to make room for his son Sir (John)...
- under the present High Steward (the Recorder 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 of Cripplegate when Catcher was discharged due to financial difficulties...
- 1546–47) and Richard Foulkes (Master, 1550–51) were advanced to the aldermanry. After Foulkes was sworn to Vintry ward on 19 January, 1556/7, in February...
- Barry One Off Archived 5 June 2010 at the Wayback Machine The Wards, or Aldermanries, in the Square Mile Bridge Ward Club Archived 23 August 2007 at the Wayback...
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