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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Easthampstead

    to be the oldest and largest 2 in Berkshire . There is a Primitive Methodist chapel at Priestwood . Easthampstead Park , in the north-west corner of the parish, is the seat of the Marquess of Downshire, lord of the

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    £5 out of Foxearth Hall Farm , Long Melford , Suffolk , and a fee-farm rent of £10 from Easthampstead Park , Berkshire . The last-mentioned was redeemed in 1904 by the transfer of £400 consols to the official trustees.

    Parishes Hampstead Norris

    Robert Lee who presented in 1748 and 1753. Judith's daughter of the same name married Sir William Trumbull of Easthampstead Park , and their son William married Mary daughter of Montague Lord Blundell , and left an only daughter Mary.

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    Mary had three sons, Charles, Robert, and William, and Judith had one son, William. William Trumbell (d. 1760), of Easthampstead Park ( Berks .), acquired the entire estate in 1743 . 53 It passed to his daughter Mary (d. 1769),

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    1361), and his w. Kath., Thos., Ld. Berkeley (d. 1417), fam., Lord Berkeley 's players, Berkshire , and see Easthampstead Park ; Wokingham Bernakes : Adam of, Mariot, see Bonville Bernard , Rob. s. of, see Robert Bessborough , earl

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix I, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    showing that his father had three lives in a barren park, much thereof consisting of heath ground and called Easthampstead Park in the Forest of Windsor, co. Berks, and that the late King granted [to petitioner ] a reversion thereof

    Charles I - volume 198, August, 1631, 01 August 1631-31 August 1631

    Boteler, the Sheriff. Certificate of measures taken for relief of the poor within the hundred of Hertford. Aug. 11. Easthampstead Park. 28. William Trumbull to . In obedience to a command of the Council, had repaired to Farnham, and had Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, F, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    East Greenwich , see Greenwich, East. East Grinstead , see Grinstead, East. Eastham , co. Chester, document dated from Easthampstead Park , document dated from East , hundred, Cornwall North division of East India Company proc. for encouragement of their Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, E

    co. Lincoln, 206. Eastbourne , [co. Sussex ] , 131, 266. Eastgate [in Hornsea ] , co. York, 199. Easthampstead Park , co. Berks., 317. Eastherleton. See East Heslerton. Easthorpe. See Esthorpe. Easthurrington [? East Torrington ] , co. Lincoln,

    Charles II - volume 40, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    to the King. His father had a grant from the late King, in reward of 30 years' service, of Easthampstead Park, co. Berks, being chiefly barren heath, at a rental of 40 s ., on condition of his keeping 200 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Downshire. At the conclusion-of the ceremony the bride and bridegroom left town in a carriage and four for Easthampstead Park, Berks, where they will pass the honey moon. The wedding party then repaired to the, mansion of the Noble Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Flower Trimmer nie Mountain Doe Wintney Ann Miy Wombat o-Bragh Meg Merrilies Watchdlre a colt ORDER OF RUNNING. 'The Easthampstead Park Stakes ... .. Tihe Kiog's Meadow Handicap ..... . The Berkshire Stakes .. .. .. The Nursery Plate .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .................. .. 2 7 12 Mr Reeves's Virandiere , . . * 3 Five;;:n. --& j +>*- * Ihe Easthampstead Park Stakes of 0 SOV3 aacb With b winner to he sold. 15 snbs. Six forbonr, astaight ' 7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about tho uniddle of the present month. The I-'rince andl 1rinces of Wales wil], it is stated, reside at Easthampstead Park, Bracknell, Berks, during the Ascot week. 'Tie rriicess ot Wales, attended by Miss Kuollys and Colonel Teeassla, is exipeted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their lasting affection and esteem."' The Marquis and Marchioness of Downshire and family have left London for their seat, Easthampstead Park. The Marquis of Sligo's family left London last week for Clifton. So numerous a retinue is rarely witnessed-.the the Subscribers-only content

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