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You searched for: Place: "Bagshot Park", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAHME, James (1650-1730), of Levens, Westmld.

    and to the Duke of York c.1680; keeper of Pirbright Walk within Windsor forest 1680; ranger and keeper of Bagshot Park within Windsor forest 1682-9; master of the buckhounds and keeper of the privy purse 1685-9; dep. lt. of Windsor

    GRAHME (GRAHAM), James (1650-1730), of Bagshot, Surr. and Levens, Westmld.

    assessment, Westminster 1677-9; freeman, Portsmouth 1678, Edinburgh 1679, Stirling and Linlithgow 1681; keeper of Pirbright Walk, Windsor Forest 1680-2, Bagshot Park 1682-9; dep. lt. Windsor Castle and Forest 1685-9; freeman, New Windsor 1685, alderman 1685-Oct. 1688, mayor 1686-7; j.p. Westmld.

    GRAHME (GRAHAM), James (1650-1730), of Levens Hall, Westmld.

    II as Duke of York and King 1679–88; keeper of Pirbright Walk, Windsor Forest 1680; ranger and keeper of Bagshot park, Windsor Forest 1682–9; master of buckhounds 1685–9. Ofifces Held Freeman, Portsmouth, 1678, New Windsor, 1685, Appleby 1703; burgess, Edinburgh

    JONES, Richard, 1st Earl of Ranelagh [I] (1641-1712), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    commr. Greenwich Hosp. 1695; Q. Anne’s bounty 1704. Ofifces Held Burgess, Roscommon, 1688; ranger of Cranborne Chase by 1697–d.; Bagshot Park 1699–1708. Biography Ranelagh, described by the Duke of Manchester as ‘remarkably quick and brilliant’ with ‘a dash of eccentricity’,

    SEYMOUR, Sir Edward, 4th Bt. (1633-1708), of Maiden Bradley, Wilts. and Berry Pomeroy, Devon

    House of Commons 18 Feb. 1673–11 Apr. 1678, 6 May 1678–24 Jan. 1679. Ofifces Held Ranger, Savernake forest 1676, Bagshot Park Mar.–Nov. 1699, Windsor Great Park 1702–d.; recorder, Exeter Aug.–Sept. 1681, Oct. 1681–Feb. 1683, June 1683–Oct. 1707, Totnes 1695–d.; freeman,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Windlesham

    of Windlesham . There is a church there dedicated to St. Anne , and also a Wesleyan Methodist chapel. Bagshot Park , long the property of the Crown, was formerly the residence of the Duke of Gloucester , son-in-law to

    Roman catholicism

    St. James , 19. Kelly 's Dir. Essex ( 1908 , 1910). Inf. from the par. priest. Foster, Ch. of St. James , 20-1. Inf. from archives at P.R.C.C.(A)'s office, M.O.D. Chaplains, Bagshot Park . Inf. from the par. priest.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    injured. A number of fine Devon and shorthorn bullocks and Berkshire pigs, fed by the Duke of Connaught at Bagshot Park, will be included in the annual Christmas sale of the Queen's fat stock, which is to be held December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expressly toe this sale. Also, 11 fine Deilbn and Shorthorn BOJTLOCK~S and HiElPERS and 10 Bacon HOGSand PORKERS, from Bagshot Park, the property of H.R.HM the Duke of Conosoght. Catalogues at theV White Horse and Black B~ull Hotels, Metroptolitan Cattle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drove this morning witl Princess Beatrice. ) Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne left Osboruc . to-day for Bagshot Park. The Rev. Cauon Fleming, B.D., had the honour of diniug with Her Majesty and the Royal Family yesterday. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Windsor correspondent telegraphs that the Duke of Counaugut, whose health has not been very good of late, left Bagshot Park with the Duchess yesterday afternoon, and proceeded to London, to join the Duke of Edinburgh, for the purpose of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B.C. NE THE ROYAL FARMS.-Tbe aARDENERS' TCIRONICLE and AGRICULTURAL GAZBTTE, of MarchbS, will contain a full Description of the Bagshot Park Farm. Sent for six stamps. The N umber for Tan. 4 commenced a new volume. Order of any uewsvender.-Offlce, Subscribers-only content

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