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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Northampton Nonconformist chapels

    The definite history of the Castle Hill congregation begins with the ministry of Samuel Blower in 1674 ; and his meeting house was one of the few that escaped the fire. The present Castle Hill Chapel was built in 1695

    The borough of Northampton Schools

    ii, 234-41. A. P. White , The Story of Northampt . pp. 109, 112, 150. T. Gasquoine, Hist. of Castle Hill Ch., Northampt ., p. 22. Ibid, p. 19. Jennings' Lectures, printed at the Northampton Mercury office in 1721 ,

    The royal borough of Windsor Introduction

    centre of this older portion is at the crossing of Thames Street and High Street with Peascod Street and Castle Hill , close to which point, in the High Street , are the parish church of St. John Baptist ,

    Notices relating to Hunts since 1926

    Mace-head from Huntingdonshire . J. R. Garrood . ( Antiq. Journ . vi, 188.) Stone and Bronze Implements from Castle Hill Farm, Wood Walton . J. R. Garrood . ( Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. Trans . v, 274-277.) Note

    Parishes Sampford Brett

    an estate centred on Stogumber . 3 East of the stream, on undulating Keuper marls, lies Torweston, sheltering under Castle Hill (81 m.). Sampford Brett village, at the heart of a second manor, lies 1 km. south-west, on the west

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tystia fy Ilaw yr wythfed dydd hwn o Fehefin, 1847. "J. W. JONES, Llawfeddyg." Oddirth 0. 0. Roberts, Ysw., Castle Hill, Bangor- " Yr wyf wedi gweled rhai o'r Gwregyeau a ddyfeis- iwyd gan Mr. WilliamnJones, Rhoslan; me wedi edrych Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy Raw yr wythfed dydd hwn a Fehefin, 1847. 3 W. JONES, Llawfeddyg:' 1 Oddiwteh O. 0. Roberts, Yaw., Castle Hill, Bangor. e Yr wyf wedi gweled rhai o'r Gwregysau a ddyfeis- t iwyd gan Mr. WilliainJolnes, Rhoslai; DC wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy llaw yr wythfed dydd hwn a Fehefins, 1847. "J. W. JONES, Llawfeddyg." d Oddiwrth 0. 0. Roberts, Ysw., Castle Hill, Bangor. : " Yr wyf wedi gweled rhai o'r Gwregysau a ddyfeis- t iwyd gan Mr. William Joses, Rhoslan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Raw yr wythfed dydd hwn o Fehefin, 1847. d "J. W. JoErss, Llawfeddyg." - Oddiwrth 0. 0. Roberts, Yew., Castle Hill, Bangor. d " Yr wyf wedi g-weled rhai o'r Gwregyeau a ddyfeis. r- iwyd gan Mr. WilliatniJones, Rhoslan ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baw yr wythfed dydd hwn o Fehefin, 1847. Bd "J. W. JoNas, Llawfeddyg." d Oddiwrth 0. 0. Roberts, Ysw., Castle Hill, Bangor. ie " Yr wyf wedi gweled rhai o'r Gwregysau a ddyfeis. T- iwyd gan Mr. William Jones, Rhoslan; Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORTESCUE, Richard (by 1517-70), of Castle Hill in Filleigh, Devon.

    1517-70), of Castle Hill in Filleigh, Devon. Constituency Dates Tavistock 1545 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon by 1558/59-d.; sheriff 1562-3. Biography Richard Fortescue was a great-grandson of Sir John Fortescue, the chief justice. He had a kinsman and namesake who lived

    FORTESCUE, Theophilus (c.1707-1746), of Castle Hill, Filleigh, nr. Barnstaple, Devon.

    (c.1707-1746), of Castle Hill, Filleigh, nr. Barnstaple, Devon. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1727 1741 Devon 1741 13 Mar. 1746 Biography Of an old Devonshire family, Fortescue was returned for Barnstaple on his family’s interest in 1727 as an opposition Whig, transferring

    FORTESCUE, Hon. George Mathew (1791-1877).

    Biography Hugh Fortescue was briefly Member for Beaumaris before becoming 3rd Baron Fortescue in 1785, when he succeeded to Castle Hill, near Barnstaple, and large family estates in Devon. He received an earldom from Pitt in 1789, but followed the

    CAMPBELL, John IV (?1778-1840), of Blairhall, nr. Dunfermline, Fife.

    of the late Lord Melville, ‘the best friend that Scotland and Scotchmen ever knew’. He intended to purchase the Castle Hill estate, which in addition to his virtual command of the burgh of Culross and the employment he gave to

    AYSCOUGH, Sir Edward (1650-99), of South Kelsey, Lincs.

    Lindsey for re-election, and during the Revolution he read the Prince of Orange’s declaration to a numerous assembly on Castle Hill in Lincoln. ‘A lay vicar of Bray’, as he has been called, he was returned to the Convention as

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Roden Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places White Horse Assembly Rooms, Wem, Shropshire, England 1946 Castle Hotel, Wem, Shropshire, England 1965 White Horse Hotel, Wem, Shropshire, England 1966 Masonic Temple, Castle Hill, Whitchurch, Shropshire, England 1973

    Witham Lodge

    Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1836 City Arms, High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1838 Masonic Hall, Saltergate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1842 County Club Hotel, Castle Hill, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1845 Coffee Rooms, No. 8, The Bail, Lincoln, Lincolnshire 1845 Great Northern Hotel, High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 3rd April 1838

    of spirit. The day was very fine & warm. We rode to Hanwell, through Acton , & home by Castle Hill , in all, about 19 or 20 miles. - Read Despatches, wrote &c. - Ly Portman & Ly Gardiner

    Tuesday 3rd April 1838

    . It was a very warm, bright, clear, pleasant day. We rode to Hanwell through Acton ; home by Castle Hill , Acton again, and in at the Victoria Gate ; and home by the garden gate; we rode about

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.1860

    male Location: Kirk Levington (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Kirk Levington (Kirk Levington, Kirke Levington, Kirke Leaventon) : ecclesiastical parish Castle Hill Bothome (Castle Hill Bothome) : fieldname Speliing of last word not certainGreens (Greenes) : fieldname Spelling modernised.Leas (Lees) : fieldname Spelling

 

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