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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foal at foot (not having won a prize in 1894): 1 Mr. W. Lowick Hearleston; 2, tMr. J. Messenger Church Brampton L 3,Mr. R. Rand, Harripton; r Mr. JC Wilson, wouttsn Hill, North-v ampesn.aCart tchoor wnith foal at foot, the Subscribers-only content

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    of Stafford, Dorset D3 Rev, M. 0. Norman, Rector of Croxton Korrall. Leicostershire F3 Rev. W. W. F. Murray, Church Brampton, Northampton In Rev. W. Hurst, Vicar of St. Martin's, Salop F3 Rev. C. A. Yate, ReadingB Rev. G. E, Subscribers-only content

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    Wim. Gardner, of Nautwioh, Second son of Richard Gardner of Leeds, to Lucy, eldest daughter of John BarInger, of Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, HAMIlrON-VrCEEeS.-June 23td, at the C0athodral, Man2hester, by the RBv. B. T. Bentley, Mr. Wn. Henry Hamilton, stepson of Subscribers-only content

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    F.R.S.E., late Physician to the Forces. Sargeon in Ordinary tothe Queen in Scotland, aged 81 years. Ogilvie-Mlay 24, at Church Brampton Rectory, North ainotonshire. Janet Rebececa, widow of the late Toieut.- Col. A. Ogilvie, H.M.'s 4ith Regtment, aged 73 years. Subscribers-only content

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    R. Smdith,Rector of '~tafford, Dorset. Rev. H. 0. Norman, Rector of Croxton Xerrall, Lelestershige Rev. W. W. if. Murray, Church Brampton, Northamptom. Rev. W. Hurst, Vicar of St. Martin's, Salop. R1ev. C. A. Yate, Reading. Rev. 41. H. Yate, South Subscribers-only content

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    Rev. a B. Fflueb, the Rev. P. Leokton, youngest eon of the Rev. T. Lock. e ton, iteotor of Church Brampton, Ntorthampton, to Harriette, third daughter of the late 4. Blown, Eaq., Parser and Paymaster R.N, llte ofthe Island of Subscribers-only content

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    iway Saint Bepulchre Northaenptcn, in the town or borough i. or of Northimpton, Upton, Saint Jamnes'Und, Dallington, Eirthgior Boughton, Church Brampton, Chapel Brampten, Pitzrord Beix orlsoa o, Crao, rat Ceao, Little (ireaton, ~; cr0 , Lampct, Ha ag HoghtonMaidwell, Draseghion, Subscribers-only content

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    Waterloo, Northampton, manufacturer Parker,S5,, Rinigsthorpjo-road, S orthiampeon. Parsons, G., and l'arsons, M~rs., 1, Bearwood street, Nsrtlamptot,tisS manufacturer Payne,J., W., Church Brampton, 'Northampton, farmer Pearce, C. T., ttorse mathet, Northamptos, M.D. Pearson, C., Towce-stsr, usatchimeker Poll, Sirs. Ann. Elizabeth Spenmcer. Parade, Subscribers-only content

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    St. Clement's Church, Spotland- The Rev. Sidney Liddersdale Smith, M. A., of St. John's college, to the rectory of Church Brampton, in the county of Northampton, on the presentation of Earl Spencer.- The Rev. Charles Bisset, of Clare-hall, senior curate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chelmsford. , On the 4th inst., at Gaston House, Essex, aged 42, the J Rev. Theophilus Kelly, Rector of Church Brampton, - Northamptonshire. On the 4th inst., at Chelmsford, Mrs. Harridge, widow of Mr. Edward Young Harridge, surgeon, and eldest Subscribers-only content

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    to Cholderton R. Rev. F. C. Beaumont, to Weeford-with-Hints R. Rev. W. Blatch. to Hanford. .Rev. H.C. Calverly, to Church Brampton R. Rev. R. C. Caswall, to Fergus. Rev. F. Corflelil, to Shirley V. Rev. F. C. Cursham, to Tithby-with-Cropwell Subscribers-only content

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    C. Skrimshire, to Longthorpe V. Rev. F. Thorne, to Bridgam R. and liondham V. Rev. C. F. Willis, to Church Brampton R. Clerical Obituary.- On the Bth inst., at Lower Norwood, in his 74th year, the Rev. G. A. Hamilton, Subscribers-only content

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    year of her age. Jan. 4th, at Gaston House, in this county. the Rev. Theo- philus IV-llv, Rector of Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, aged 42. Jan. 4th, at the house of his grandfather. W. Worts. Esq., sur- geon, Colchester, Watson, eldest Subscribers-only content

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    year of her age. Jan. 4th, at Gaston House, in this county, the Rev. Thco- philus Pellv, Rector of Church Brampton, Northamptonshire, aged 42. Jan. 4th, at the house of his grandfather, W. Worts, Esq., sur- geon, Colchester, Watson, eldest Subscribers-only content

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    Bey. T. Meymott Tidy, to be Minister of St. Clement, City road. Bey. C. F. Willis, to Beetory of Church Brampton. Patrons, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. The Bishop of Sodor and Man has announced hi. inten- tion of resigning at Subscribers-only content

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    Chancellor of Wells Cathedral. Rev. W. Blatcb, to Perpetual Curacy of Hanford. Rev. H. C. Calverly, to Rectory of Church Brampton. Rev. R. C. Caswall, to Incumbency of Fergus ; Rural Dean of Wellington County, Province of Ontario, Canada. Rev. Subscribers-only content

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    Peterborough has in- stituted the l;-v. T. l'ellr. late curate of BirchanĀ«er, in this county, to the Uectory of Church Brampton, vacant by the death ; p Key. J. Lockton, on the nomination of tlie' President at rt j pllnirs Subscribers-only content

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    Maisor, Orton, Rothwell, Rushton, Rushton All Saints' Rushton Saint Peter, Pipewell, Harrington, Desborough' Draughton, Wilbarston, Draybook, Arthingworth, Chapel Brampton, Church Brampton, Brampton Ash, D'-ngley Great Oxenden, Little Oxenden, East Farndon, Sutton Bassett Little Bowden, Saint Mary, Saint Mary in Arden, Subscribers-only content

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    and on the same day his Lordship instituted the Rev. Chas. Francis WilUs, Clerk M.A., to the Rectory of Church Brampton, vacant by the resignation of the Rev. George Frederick De Teissier, on the presentation of the Corpus Christi CoU., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wliich was headed and passed as "An Act for the amending of the Highways leading from Brampton Bridge, near Church Brampton, through Thorn- by to a bridge called Welford Bridge, in the parish of Thornby; and also the great Post Subscribers-only content

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