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  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 6th July 1833

    but my poor cousin Alexander was so very sick, that I was quite unhappy about it. We landed at East Cowes . Mamma, I, Lady Charlotte , & Lehzen drove in a fly to the lodge & then we walked

    Thursday 11th July 1833

    , Lady Conroy , Lehzen, and Sir John to be present at the consecration of the new church at East Cowes . We walked home through Mr.Nash 's grounds, and through his house. We came home after 1. We then

    Tuesday 13th August 1833

    had the quinsy and looks very miserable and ill. At 1 we lunched. At 4 we drove down to East Cowes , with Lady Conroy , Lehzen, Jane , Victoire, and Sir John , and embarked there on board the

    Tuesday 13th August 1833

    had the quinsy and looks very miserable and ill. At 1 we lunched. At 4 we drove down to East Cowes , with Lady Conroy , Lehzen, Jane , Victoire, and Sir John , and embarked there on board the

    Sunday 8th September 1833

    Jane , Victoire, Sir John , and Edward. The service was performed by the Dean (who is staying at East Cowes ) and who gave us likewise a very good sermon. It was taken from the 24th Acts of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Newbarn and G. Pearson. Ryde, Isle of Wighi, linen drapers. [Hardwick and Davidson, Cateaton street. J. IA hire, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, ship builder. [Lambert, Raywnoud buildings, Gray's inn. G. Newron, Martock, Sownersetshire, builder. [Cragg, liarpar street, Red Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DIK W bituore. Bedford row. R. Brett, Gedling, Nottingbamshire, corn factor. [Willis to. 'okenhouse yard, Lothbury. R. C. Sqnibb, East Cowes, isle of Wigbt, rope maker, [ a bert, Raymond boildings, Gray's intl. DIVIDENDS. Septemnber lo, J. H. Thornp.,on, Newcas' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Pilltng, Droylodee, Lancashire., manufacturer of cotton goods-lanoary 20, C. Beuson, Edgbaaton, near Birmingham, solicitor-January 22, R. C. Squibb, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, rope maker--January 25, J. Copplestone, Plymouth and Exeter, grocer-January 29, S. Smith, Pedmore, Worcester- shire, farmer-January Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    machine maker-July S, Hf. A. Baber, LindIfield, Sussex, mnaltster-July 6, W. Robins, Stone, Staffordshire, ironrmoneer-July 18, R. C. Squibb, East Cowes, Hampshire, rope malker-July 8, J. Hunnybun, Cam. bridge, ironnmonger-Suly 8, J. and B. Schofield, Honley, York- shire, clothiers-July 15, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hlammner. smith, cheesemonger-A. L. Bensusan, Walbrook buildings, merchant-E. Banks, Birmingham, button rnaker-T. D. Taylor, Lower Holborn, oilman-It. C. Squibb, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, rope maker-T. Janes, Chalgrave, Brdlordshire, farmer-J. Hopkins, Arundel, Sussex, banker-Elizabeth Fair- lough Richardson, Misncheoter, pablican-W. H. Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whippingham

    1 It embraced all the north-western portion of East Medine, including East Cowes , and reached south as far as Newport . In 1894 the parish of East Cowes was created from Whippingham , 2 and at the same date

    Parishes Northwood

    main entrance to the Isle of Wight from Southampton . A steam ferry and launch service connect it with East Cowes . The town affairs are regulated under the Local Government Act of 1894 by an urban district council, who

    Paulerspury PAULERSPURY Paul erspury Village

    without issue in 1872 , when the Paulerspury estate passed to his only surviving brother, Roscow Cole Shedden of East Cowes ( Isle of Wight ), who himself died in 1877 , leaving a son George, by which date the

    Index A-J

    manor courts Coventry (Warws.) , migration to Shortley in, St. Anne's priory in Covington , - Cowes : see East Cowes Cowley , Amos Samuel Cox , Hatton ; John; Oliver ; Thomas the elder; Thomas the younger; William Coxe

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Medina Lodge

    of Wight, Hampshire 1836 Town Hall, Market Hill, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1839 Star Inn, Castle Street, East Cowes, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1840 Private Room, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1843 Masonic Hall, Union Road, West

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    East Cowes Castle, I. Nash Esqr Isle of Wight., 1808

    East Cowes Castle, I. Nash Esqr Isle of Wight. [castle/fort] Landscape, with a man and a dog walking on a riverbank in foreground at left, river at right and trees on the bank; two cows in middle ground at centre;

    Norris Castle., 1823

    of Norris Castle in East Cowes from the hillside, with two women kneeling at a basket and wheelbarrow at centre foreground, and a woman bending down behind at left; spade lying on the ground, another leaning against a tree next

    Mr,, Nash's Castle., 1823

    [castle/fort] View of East Cowes Castle, partly obscured by trees, overlooking the bay, with a rider and two figures standing on the path at the entrance; three women and a man seated on the lawn and a dog beside them

    Lord Henry Seymours Castle., 1823

    View of Norris Castle in East Cowes from the hillside, with two women kneeling at a basket and wheelbarrow at centre foreground, and a woman bending down behind at left; spade lying on the ground, another leaning against a tree

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Folliott Baugh, 31/3/1835

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 277178 Linked to person: Baugh, Folliott 1835-1835 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Baugh Forename Folliott Title clerk Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 31/3/1835 Office/Status Stipendiary

 

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