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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wexham

    the manor to Richard Winwood , 21 On the death of his mother in 1659 he became owner of Ditton Park in Stoke Poges (q.v.), and Wexham Manor followed the same descent until 1718, and afterwards that of Chalvey Manor

    Parishes Stoke Poges

    , with the exception of Ditton Park . 215 The manor eventually passed, being apparently purchased either by Ralph Duke of Montagu or his son John, to the Montagu family, owners of Ditton Park (q.v.). In 1760 George Earl of

    Woodditton Manors and other estates

    1324 78 and cont inued to do so after the STETCHWORTH ESTATE was formed in the 16th century, adding Ditton Park wood perhaps between 1559 and 1571 . 79 Richard Eaton of Stetchworth bought a farm of 219 a. in

    Woodditton Woodditton in 1815 Newmarket 's Cambridgeshire Suburbs

    but not especially large. 38 The main wooded area stretched along the Kirtling boundary in the south. The surviving Ditton Park wood was in the late 13th century partly coppiced and partly the outlying wood-pasture park of Ditton Camoys manor,

    Parishes Quanton with Shipton Lee

    his father in 1617 , 49 and from the death of his mother in 1659 this manor descended with Ditton Park in Stoke Poges (q.v.) until 1718, 50 and afterwards with Chalvey 51 (q.v.). No other manor is mentioned in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1609, 01 May 1609-31 May 1609

    ( 127 41) Ditton Park 1609, May 6. Warrant from the Earl of Nottingham to the Controller and Surveyor of his Majesty's Castle and Honor of Windsor. The mansion house in his Majesty's park called Ditton Park, co. Bucks, and

    Warrant Books, August 1709, 1-10, 01 August 1709-10 August 1709

    the absence of same) to Major Studholme. The Lord Treasurer directs you to survey and examine the road by Ditton Park to Windsor and to estimate the charge of making it convenient for her Majesty's passage that way and for

    James 1 - volume 77, July 1614, 01 July 1614-31 July 1614

    is found. He should not neglect Winwood. His despatches are thought too long. Winwood has obtained the keeping of Ditton Park, worth 150 l . a year. Sir John Digby demands 900 l . for his journey back to Spain, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 June 1641-31 December 1643

    game in New Lodge Walk in Keeper of, see Pagett, Wm., Lord, and Ward, Robert. Windwood , Fredk., of Ditton Park, Bucks Wines , duty on, overcharged by the Vintners' Company Winfarthing , Norfolk, petition of inhabitants of Wingfield , Subscribers-only content

    Index, D

    , Hans von sells cabinet of antiques to Prince Henry, 352 Ditchley , co. Oxford letter dated from, 39 Ditton Park , co. Bucks. decay of mansion in, 49 Doch , William, member of the Danish embassy to England presented

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUSSEY MONTAGU, Sir Edward (1721-1802), of Ditton Park, Bucks. and Westown, co. Dublin.

    Edward (1721-1802), of Ditton Park, Bucks. and Westown, co. Dublin. Constituency Dates Tiverton 29 June 1758 11 May 1762 Biography Edward Montagu lived in the shadow of his proud and wealthy wife: she, daughter and widow of dukes, was determined

    THYNNE, Lord William (1803-1890), of Longleat, Wilts.

    residence at 24 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square, following his wife"s death in 1869, but spent his later days at Ditton Park, Slough, the home of his sister Charlotte Anne, dowager duchess of Buccleuch, where their brother Charles, a former dean

    WINWOOD, Richard (1609-88), of Quainton, Bucks.

    in the Addled Parliament, and bought Quainton in 1615. Winwood inherited lands in Buckinghamshire worth over £1,500 p.a., including Ditton Park, two miles from Windsor, which he represented in the Long Parliament until Pride’s Purge.[footnote]Winwood stood again on the inhabitant

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tist. at Hackney, 71rs. G. Cooke, of a daughter; her ninth child. A1 AlEltlAGS. tm It gtl, inst. at Ditton Park, the Ifou. Peregrine P. Cust, M.'. to nth 1 I' a.;la is'ontague Scott, sister of itle presenllt hukte of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wherstead-lodge, Ssfotlk, to Augusta March, only daughter of CItes.' -March Phillips, EIsq., Garendton Park, M.P. for Leicestershirm At Ditton Park, Lrde ndalas, son nf the Earl of Home, to the Ron. Lucy El~zabeth Montagu, eldest daughter of Lord Montagu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Bothwell or Douglas Castle, Scotland. Other pictures, armour, antiquities, and the like, in and about the hall at Ditton Park, Wind- sor, are to remain as heir looms. His Lordship recom- mends all his pensioners to the kind consideration Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Yesterday the QUEEN and Princess BEATRICE paid a visit of condolence to the Dowiager Duchess of BUCCLEUCH, at Ditton Park, Datchet. The Prince of WALES yesterday afternoon opened . the central institution of the City and Guilds of London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her Majesty, ond left the Castle at four o'clock. The Queen, attended by the Hoa. Horatia Stopford, drove to Ditton Park, and visited the Doweadger Duchess of Buocleuch ; General H. Lynedogk Gardiner, Equerry-in-Waiting, was in attendance on horseback. Princess Subscribers-only content

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