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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tintinhull

    property in the following year to Admiral Marriott Arbuthnott (d. 1794). 68 The Arbuthnotts, who were not resident in Tintinhull , held the manor until 1913. Admiral Arbuthnott was succeeded by John Arbuthnott , who held courts until 1809. 69

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    99 Applin : Eliz., m. - Moore , 144 Ric., 144 Wm., 144 Arbuthnott : Gen. Sir Hugh , 258 John (fl. 1809), 258 John, Vct. Arbuthnott , 258, 263 Adm. Marriott , 258-9 Gen. Wm ., 258 fam., 263

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hawkins Wbitshed The HEn. O. Coe 8S The Lady Cuaynghame Major the Hoe. C. J. B. 0 T1e Lady nisbet Arbuthnott The Lady Greesall Admiral Smyth a t'he Lady Tenderden Admiral Sir T. S. Patley The Lady Robison Admiral Stroud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Viscount'.. A Anson, Hon.G ...... - Anson, Sir G. . .... A Antrobus,G. C ...... N Apsley, Lord ........ - Arbuthnott, Hon. H.. N Arbutbnott, C ....... x ArcbdallDi .......... - Archdeckne, A ...... A Ashley, Lord . . N Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Williams, R. (bkr.) Gilbert, D. Dundas, H. Gordon, J. (E.I.) Ewing, J., SCOTLAND. Gore, W. 0. Farrand, R. c Arbuthnott, H. Graham, Alarqsess of Foley, E. T. b Baillie, Lient.-Col. J. Gresley, Sir R. Forbes, Sir C. (E.I.) b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up with other matters of charge. To follow out our preceding instance, if we had ever paid an Arbuthnott. rate, Mrs Arbuthnott would never have held her place at the top of the Pension list. In considering the various measures Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Josette, relict of Philip Hughes, Esq., of the Hon. East Iedia Company's Service, daughter of the late Colonel Rohert Arbuthnott. DIED. In Saffron Walden, Johis Archer, Esq., Alderman, and twice Mayor of that town. On Saturday se'nnight, in his Subscribers-only content

 

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