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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Abbots Parish government and poor relief

    first person to sign the minutes was John Rutherforth Abdy , lord of Albyns from 1798 to 1840 . 74 On several other occasions Abdy signed immediately after the rector. Abdy 's attendance at vestry meetings was erratic but he

    Stapleford Abbots Church

    commemorating Sir John Abdy , 4th Bt. ( 1759 ) and earlier members of his family. This was formerly in the chancel. 65 On the east wall are tablets to Thomas Abdy and to John Rutherforth Abdy ( 1840 )

    Stapleford Abbots Schools

    fees paid and some clothes given them by Mrs. Abdy of Albyns . 8 This girls' school seems to have accepted boys as pupils at some time before 1839, when the Abdy family was still its sole supporter. 9 In

    Stapleford Abbots Manors

    Abdy Rutherforth. 38 Rutherforth, who adopted the surname of Abdy on succeeding to the estate, died in 1798 . 39 His son and heir John Rutherforth Abdy died in 1840 leaving as his heir his nephew Sir Thomas Neville

    Theydon Garnon Charities

    spent with that of Baker's Charity. In 1952 the income was £7 1 s . In 1790 the Revd. Thomas Abdy , the lord of the manor, provided 2½ acres of waste of the manor on which the parish officers

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ABDY, Sir William, 7th Bt. (?1779-1868), of Felix Hall, Essex.

    ABDY, Sir William, 7th Bt. (?1779-1868), of Felix Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 8 Feb 1817 31818 Ofifces Held Lt. S. Essex militia 1798; 2nd lt. Southwark vols. 1807. Biography Abdy’s parliamentary career might have started in 1812 had

    ABDY, Sir Anthony Thomas, 5th Bt. (?1720-75), of Chobham Place, Surr. and Albyns, Essex.

    January 1763 a vacancy occurred at Knaresborough, a Burlington borough now controlled by Devonshire; who offered the seat to Abdy.Abdy replied on 20 Jan.:[footnote]I am very desirous of making the earliest personal acknowledgements for your very kind remembrance of

    ABDY, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1714-59), of Albyns, Essex.

    ABDY, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1714-59), of Albyns, Essex. Constituency Dates Essex 13 Dec. 1748 1 Apr. 1759 Biography Abdy succeeded his father for Essex, which he continued to represent as a Tory till his death, 1 Apr. 1759.

    ABDY, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1714-59), of Albyns, Essex

    ABDY, Sir John, 4th Bt. (?1714-59), of Albyns, Essex Constituency Dates Essex 13 Dec. 1748 1 Apr. 1759 Biography Abdy, on the death of his father, was returned unopposed for Essex, and again in 1754. In Dupplin’s list of the

    ABDY, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt. (1688-1748), of Albyns, Essex.

    ABDY, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt. (1688-1748), of Albyns, Essex. Constituency Dates Essex 1727 27 Aug. 1748 Biography Descended from a London alderman who purchased Albyns c.1635, Abdy was returned unopposed for his county as a Tory, voting against the Administration

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derblyshire-Charles Upton, of Derby, Esq. Devonshire-Sir Thomas Dyke Ackland, of Kelterton, Bart. Dorsetshire-James John FaTquharson, of Langtiio, Esq. Essex-John Rdtherford Abdy, ofAlbyns, Esq. Gloucestershire-J. 1H, Moggridge, of Dyinack Park, Esq. Ilerefordshire-William Wall, of Leomipster, Esq. Iferifordshire-Edmond Darby, of Ashton-house, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charges Mr. Butler.-I certainly admit that I struck Mr. Abdy, bat-~. Mr; CnAMNBRS..-Theo you admit the charge ? Mr. Butler-No : Mr. Abdy first struck mne. Upon the part of Mr. Abdy, a charity child, 14 years of age stated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    66th year of his age, T. S. Vernon, Ba.s. High Sheriff of the county. On the 6th ult. at Lambeth, Abdy Maw, Esq. in the 88th year of his age. On Sunday, CoT. Rawdipn, after a short illness. On Monaday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attoi - - Ann. t o 0 E. C. Thomas - lo. 0 Fr vr. Rainford * Do. 'IoOE. S Abdy - Io J. H. Iloyd . - - 6 0 0 Alfred 'ITaylor - Ann. t o E. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    theM Mises Burdett, Lady Stuatrt, Mr. Sinclair,15tP.. the Baron de Gorsdorff (Saxon~ Minister), 1Sir George and Lady Quentin, Sir William, Abdy. Mr. Stuart Mackenzie, M.P., the Hon. Charles Tollemascihe and Miss Tealemache, TheooreHook Es, Lrd Hll,&c.The ereonywas performed in the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Repealing several Subsidies and an Impost now payable on Tobacco of the British Plantations, and for Granting an Inland Duty in lieu thereof, 11 June 1727

    York John, for Rirfctfjowa*, Yor^sfoVf. Tbra/, w/t/z ft* zu-o Tetfm, 167. The Glorious Two Hundred and Four againft the Bill. Abdy Sir Robert, for Eyjfx. Aiflabie William, forR«jf>/><w, yor^fcir?. Alington Mermaduke, for^g>wo«aV/Ja»», Bar. Annefley Francis, forW^fWjr, Wi/tz. Aftley Sir John, Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1775, 7 February 1775

    and alfo that the Judges, having perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition of Thomas AbdyAbdy an Abdy's Peti- Infant under the Age of Twenty-one Years, by Char- ^f^lf lotte Elizabeth Rutljerforth Widow, his Mother Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1776, 24 April 1776

    attend as Witneffes on this Day, do then attend. Abdy Leave After reading and confidering the Report of the fur a-Bill! Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of Thomas AbdyAbdy, an Infant under the Age of Twenty-one Years Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1776, 2 May 1776

    the Bill, intituled, " An Acl: for the " Sale of a Leafehold Eftate, late belonging to Sir John " Abdy Baronet, deceafed, at Bijhop's Camring, in the " County of Wilts, and of Timber Trees growing on " his Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1776, 21 May 1776

    the Bill, intituled, " An A&. for the Sale " of a Leafehold Eftate, late belonging to Sir John " Abdy Baronet, deceafed, at Bißop's Canning, in the " County of Wilts, and of Timber Trees growing on " his Subscribers-only content

 

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