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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Croxton

    Croxton village street runs south from the main road and having passed through the village becomes a drive to Croxton Park and the church, skirting the west and south boundaries of the original park. Another drive runs north from the

    Parishes Yelling

    and was succeeded by Joseph Leeds . 39 In 1809 it was held by George William Leeds , of Croxton Park (co. Camb .), who was created a baronet in 1812 . 40 In 1814 Sir George and his wife

    Parishes Eltisley

    to Edward Leeds of Croxton Park . 111 Thereafter the manor has descended with Croxton . 112 There are several medieval moated sites in Eltisley most of which were owned by Samuel Newton of Croxton Park in 1841 . 113

    Townships Hornby

    s . 4 d . With the site of the priory were granted parcels called Great and Little Hardfield, Croxton Park , Great and Little Crooks , Overflat and Netherflat, Eyre Meadow , Mire Meadow , & c. The priory


    1827 part of the country was hunted by the Croxton , a pack kept by Sir George Leeds at Croxton Park . The pack was then taken over for two seasons by the Hurrell family and in 1830 it passed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    real position in which the several parties are placed in this transaction. The dav ater the second day of' Croxton Park races, Mr Reyniard was brought up before the magistrates at Melton, for commencing a disturbance about three o'clock that.morning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Lady Maria Oglander, of Farnham, Dorsetshire, to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Sir George Leeds, Batt., of Croxton Park, Cambridgeshire. DEATH. On the 1st inst., at Torquay, Lady Johnstone, wife of Richard Weyland, Esq., of Woodeaton, Oxfordshire, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30, 13arnesell Castle (by Invitation). .1n RUTLAVV9, DU3E ov (at 11).-This day, Decembsr 26, Cren. Id well; Wednesday, 27, Croxton Park; Frlday,?29, Aswarby Park. STArFroRnDesHin, SoUHs (at 11).-This day, December 26, Wee. iS ford Toll Bar; Friday, 29, Barr Beacon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shtig. t ItVn&No's, Douie OF' (at 12).-Thls day, April 1, Culvertherpe I Hall; Wednesday, 2, Piper Hole; Friday. 4, Croxton Park. f WRRATLAND (at 10.30)-This day, April 1, Ditton Priors; Fri- v day, 4, Willey Park, t The North Cotswyld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11).-Friday, April 4 Cleobury Station. lD13uav (at ll).-Fr day, April l, Newest. RUTL&ANdS, DuXrs oF (at 12).-Friday, April 4i Croxton Park. WUEATLAND (at 10.50).-Frlday, April 4, Willey Park. The North Cotswold Hounds will not meet on Saturday next, on account Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANNERS, Lord William (1697-1772), of Croxton Park, Lincs.

    (1697-1772), of Croxton Park, Lincs. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 17 Dec. 1719 131734 Newark 31 Jan. 1738 131754 Ofifces Held Gent. of the bedchamber to Prince of Wales ?1722-7; ld. of the bedchamber to the King 1727-38. Biography Manners sat for

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