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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 12th June 1834

    the other ladies breakfasted together. We then went into the Queen's room. At a ¼ past 12 we went to Ascot Races with the whole company in 9 carriages. In the first went the King, the Queen, Mamma and I.

    Thursday 12th June 1834

    the other ladies breakfasted together. We then went into the Queen's room. At a ¼ past 12 we went to Ascot Races with the whole company in 9 carriages. In the first went the King, the Queen, Mamma and I.

    Monday 20th May 1839

    At ½ p. 2 I saw. Ld Melbourne, who remained an hour. Talked of when he should come down to Ascot , &c., & about appointments. - I rode out with Lehzen, Miss Murray, Ld Alfred Paget , the Lord,

    Thursday 30th May 1839

    beautiful box, the Gd Duke had given, with his portrait set in diamonds. - At ¼ to 12 went to Ascot Races, driving with Mama, Charles & Mary, Ly Lyttelton, Ly Cowper , Ld Melbourne & Ld Albemarle , going

    Tuesday 16th June 1840

    Had not slept very well, & remained quiet, till we started at 12, for Ascot . Charles & George drove in our carriage the whole Party following. It was a very hot fine day. There were however not a great

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Milton GREAT MILTON PRIORY PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF GREAT MILTON C. 1840 [ Great Milton church ]

    sold Ascot to Sir Robert Dormer of West Wycombe (Bucks.), to whom he was related by marriage. 275 The two Ascot manors, 'Fynes' and 'Quatremains', thus came into the same hands. In 1518 Sir Robert Dormer granted the Ascot manors

    The hundred of Ripplesmere Introduction and map

    In 1316 New Windsor was returned as a borough, and the hundred of Ripplesmere consisted of Easthampstead , Winkfield and Ascot , Clewer and Dedworth , and Old Windsor . 4 Index Map to the Hundred of Ripplesmere See under

    Parishes Winkfield

    the chief . ASCOTASCOT (Achecote, xiii cent.) is returned with Winkfield as held by the abbey of Abingdon in 1316 . 57 This seems unsupported by further evidence, and it is certain that a part of Ascot at least

    Thame hundred THAME HUNDRED

    Chief among them were the Quatremains and Clerkes of North Weston , the merchant Dormers of Thame and later of Ascot , the Wenmans of Thame , the Bruleys, Crokes, and Ashhursts of Waterstock , the Pettys of Tetsworth ,

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    3 44 3 6 6 6 72 8 2 10 242 4 4 0 22 Little 1 8 8 15 Ascot 2 2 0 24 2 15 8 48 12 10 6 Total 8 8 6 96 10 18 6

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    muae glaswaed yn rhedeg yn, ei wythienan. Fe ,bnasai rhai oa ddarllenwyr y ] GOLnUAD yn tau ymweliad d. Rhedegfeydd Ascot, y dyd'd7o'r blasa, gallasent weled Iarll HEardwicke rnewn gii'isg a wyrdd ac.aur yn marchogpeth fel Ninmrod o a hefiwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Medi 16eg, bu farw y Parch. EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY, D.D., yn Ascot Priory, wedi ei eni yn y flwyddyn gyntaf o'r ganrif, ac felly yn 82ain mlwydd oed. Derbyniasai ei addysg yn Eton, ac yn Christ Church, Rhydychain, lle y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3ear evidenrvt on the Divorce Bill of - itn-n- ii. 'ir. it rime iiX the aeeeuceivCl l, nrs vxsuttidretl in Ascot tt/ thr! i nearinoeri tihe i-IId. hbirri ix miunis after tIre L o-eel fromtir he betile of Wrirerlon. ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pistols, aiVI rTOsed off to the Lambeth shore. A Coneir's'Inquest sat on Tuesday at the Brneh of Grape, heturceiCholiham and Ascot HeRah, on the heady f Mrs. A. H. IlIamqrp of Yottingh am-street,: who met her denth by he- ing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N arm.-There was-a General Illuminiitiah ito the evefing, and many buildings were most splenididly lighted up. lThe Royal Guests visited Ascot Races oo Friday. They first went elf Richinand, and seemed delighted with the beauties of that lsvely spot. After Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRUTCHLEY, Jeremiah (1745-1805), of Sunninghill Park, Ascot, Berks.

    of Sunninghill Park, Ascot, Berks. Constituency Dates Horsham 1784 141790 Grampound 1790 141796 St Mawes 28 Oct. 1796 1802 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Berks. 1773-4.� Biography Crutchley, who had purchased a seat in 1784 and supported Pitt’s administration, did the same

    MATHEW, Thomas (by 1525-60), of Hereford and London.

    1553, bp. of Bath and Wells c.1553, Exchequer by Feb. 1557-d.; south receiver, duchy of Lancaster 14 Dec. 1557-d., steward, Ascot and Deddington, Oxon. 20 Mar. 1559-d. Biography Nothing has come to light about Thomas Mathew’s parentage or education: in

    OSBORNE, Francis Godolphin D'Arcy, mq. of Carmarthen (1798-1859), of 16 Bruton Street, Mdx.

    so drunk as to be nearly speechless", and the following year Lady Granville encountered him in the royal entourage at Ascot races, "drunk as a fish [and] quite incoherent", though she observed that "scarlet strawberries in private conversation are very

    HERVY, William (d.c.1400), of Southrop, Glos.

    of the manor of Bidfield in Bisley, Gloucestershire; in 1374 another wardship, this time of two-thirds of the manor of Ascot in Oxfordshire, lately in the possession of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford (one of Hervy’s mainpernors on this

    VACHELL, Thomas I (by 1500-53), of Coley, Berks.

    fraternities 1553; other commissions 1527-51; escheator, Oxon. and Berks. 1534-5, 1545-6; j.p. Berks. 1536-44; steward, duchy of Lancaster, manors of Ascot and Deddington, Oxon. 1537-d.; dep. steward, Reading 1539; overseer, lands formerly of Reading abbey and Leominster priory, and bailiff,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1828, 13 May 1828

    Stanbridge, St.Armand, Sutton, Canada Potton, Stanstead, Barnston, Barford, Hereford, Farnham, respecting. Brome, Botton, Hatley, Compton, Clifton, Granby, Shefford, Stukeley, Orford, Ascot, Eaton, Newport, Bury, Hampden, Milton, Roxton, Durham, Melborne, Windsor, Shipton, Stoke, Dudswell, Simpson, Kingsey, Grantham, Wickham, Wendover, Brompton, and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    so far as it relates to the Arundel Road Act, (1851), LXXXIII., 442. ASCOT. See Bills, Local, &c. (Windsor, Staines, and South- Western Railway (Staines to Ascot and Wokingham, with Branches)). ASHBOURNE. See Bills, Local, &c. (Ashborne ; Derby and Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Railway (Rich- mond to Windsor), P.p. (Opposed.) 1835 1842 1847 LXVII- LXXIV. LXXIX. Windsor, Staines, and South-Western Railway (Staines to Ascot and Wokingham, with Branches), P. (Opposed.) 1847 LXXIX. Designation of Bill. Session. Vol. of Journal. Procc(-dir.go The number after Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    Junction Railway). WOKTNGHAM. See Bills, Local, Ac. (Staines, Wokingham, and Woking Junction Railway; Windsor, Staines, and South-Western Railway (Staines to Ascot and Wokingham, with Branches)). WOKINGHAM CHURCH. See Church. WOLFF'S NATURALIZATION. See Bills, Local, Ac. WOLVERHAMPTON. See Bills, Local, &c. Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1785, 4 March 1785

    from the Market Town of Watlington, through that Parish, and the Parishes of Cucksham, Easington, and Chalgrove, the Liberty of Ascot, and the Parish of Stadhampton, to the pressnt Turnpike Road, near the Toll Gate at Brockhamp- ton, and also, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Ascot Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2460 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Hotel, Ascot Heat, Ascot, Berkshire 1893

    Windsor Forest Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Ascot Hotel, Ascot, Berkshire, England 1947 Masonic Hall, High Town Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Reading Road, Wokingham, Berkshire,

 

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