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    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent.

    Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent. Constituency Dates Dover 16 Jan. 1674 Dover Mar. 1679 Dover Oct. 1679 Dover 1681 Dover 1689 Dover 1690 London 1695 London 1698 Ofifces Held Member, Mercers’ Co. 1646, master 1673-4, 1682-3, 1692-3, 1698-9; History of Parliament

    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent

    Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent Constituency Dates Dover 16 Jan. 1674 Mar. 1681 Dover 1689 1695 London 1695 1700 Ofifces Held Member, Mercers’ Co. 1646, master 1673–4, 1682–3, 1692–3, 1698–9; member, Eastland Co. 1661; dir. E. I. Co. History of Parliament

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    St Catherine Coleman, 1654, 1667, Acrise Place, near Dover, Kent, 1666 (3) MER, fr, 1646, by Thomas CHAMBERLAIN, M, 1673, 1682, 1692, 1698 (4) bap 6 Sep 1623, d 5 May 1702, bur Acrise Place, Kent (5) Will PCC 107 British History Online

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    John Dudd.Esq. April 19, at Malvern, aged 46, Harriett, fifth daughter of the late Thomas Papillon, Esq , of Acrise Place, Kent. April 19, at Great Oakley, Mr. J. Rayner, maltster, aged 68. April 80, much lamented by her numerous Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Bury St. Edmund's. * April 21st, at Sandgate,'Kent, aged 58, Frances, daughter of the late Thomas Papillon, Esq., of Acrise Place, Kent. April 21st. in London, Juliana Culver, aged 6y, for nearly 50 years a faithful servant in the family Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of Bury St. Edmund's. April 21st, at Saudgate,"Kent, aged 58, Frances, daughter of the late Thomas Papillon, Ksq., of Acrise Place. Kent. April 21st. in London, Juliana Culver, aged G9, for nearly 50 years a faithful servant in the family Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    rev. gentleman, who was one of the oldest clergymen in Essex, was second son of Mr. Thos. Papillon, of Acrise Place, Kent, and uncle of Mr. Philip O. Papillon, of Battle, Sussex, who formerly resided at Lexden Manor (his own Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    many years iu the emploj' of Mr. Catch- pool, ironmonger, of that town. Dec. 18th, at Reading, at the house of Major Papillon, Caroline Elisabeth, third daughter of the late Thomas Papil- lon, Esq., of Acrise Place, Kent, aged 66. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Reading, at the house of Major' Papillon, Caroline Elisabeth, third daughter of the late Thomas Papil- lon, Esq., of Acrise Place, Kent, aged G6. At Great Yarmouth, aged 74, Haunah, the widow of Edmd Preston, Esq., and daughter of the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Christopher Leighton, Brock- hampton Court, Ross. Hhrtfordshire - -Sir Astley Paston, Cooper-G adebridge, Hemel Hempstead. Kent - William Mackinnon, Acrise Place, Folkestone. Leicestershire- Cecil Drummond, Enderby Heill. Lincolnshire- Sir Hugh Cholmeley, Easton Park. Monmouthshire- Edwin (.rice, The Fields. Newport. Norfolk- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    also comprises rhe manors of Acrise, Ladwood, Mouut, and Canterworth, together with a very substantial handsome mansion, distinguished as Acrise Place, standing on high ground, with stab ing tor 16 h rses, and other suitable outbuildings, g irdens, acd p Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    also comprises the manors of Acrise, Ladwood, Mount, and Canterwortb, together with a very substantial handsome mansion, distinguished as Acrise Place, standing on hizh ground, with stabling for 16 horses, andother suitable outbuildings, gardens, and pleasure grounds surrounded by park-like Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the Rev. Charles l.;<>r. M.A.. to the rectory of Acrise (patron, Mr. \aiel i _v, a < kiimon, of Acrise Place) ; the Rev. . : : Maundca Hitchcock, M.A., to the vicarage of East I ,!,"", '!' a " Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Park, Ware, Esq.; Robert Philips Greg, of Coles Park. Bunting- ford, Esq. > -o Kent- William Alexander Mackinnon, of Acrise Place, Folke- stone, Esq. ; Chapman de Lau._e Faunce de Laune, of Sharsted Court, Sittinghourne, Esq.; William Poinfret Pomfret, of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    conk, where seuller}-maid is kept ; wages £20 ; town or country ; six years' good character.- J. 8., Acrise Place, near Folke- l^ADY wishes to RECOMMEND strong. Clean KITCHEN. MAID where assist auce is given ; three years' excellent Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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