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    WRIGHT, Henry (c.1637-64), of Dagnams, Havering, Essex.

    on 27 Mar. 1660 ‘about his business of being chosen a Parliament man’. Through his mother he had inherited Foulton Hall, some three miles from Harwich, and with the addition of Montagu’s Admiralty interest his election was secure. On 4 History of Parliament

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    - See also Barnard, R. Foulecrofte. See Woolscroft. Fouleshurst , Robert, kt., 945. Foulsham , Folsham, Norf., manor, 609. Foulton Hall , Fultonhall [in Ramsey ] , Essex, manor, 93. Fountanse , William, 824. Fowey , Fawey, Cornw., 414. Fowke Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Albans, 520. Ramsbury , Rammesbury, Wilts, 767. -, Littlecote in, 377 (x), 452. Ramsey , Essex, 93, 381. -, Foulton Hall manor in, 93. - See also Michelles. Ramsey , Hunts, 386. Ramys , Robert, gent., of Short Flatt, 572, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    foal, out of Vi.ilet E'nSSZ ut Bay horse foal, out of Duke .V.V.Vir.&.-gyd i!j FOULTON HALL, RAMSEY. JLhe live and dead sto-k on the Foulton Hall Farm. qwS-^n™" bro^ flt •»*••» hammer by Messrs S__ON and G^bl-Wadb on Thursday. Sept. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PROPERTY MARKET. AX EXPLANATION- FOULTON HALL, RAMSEY. Mr. John South writes :- " In your report of tbe Foulton Hall sale at Ramsey. lam reported to bare f aid at the lun- cheon * the circumstances of rent prevented my Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Hand Tools, kc, by direction of W. H. Dunnett, E-q., who has let tne Farm. [3273 Tuesd-T, September 25th. FOULTON HALL & LITTLE SOUTH HALL FARMS, RAMSEY, NEAR HARWICH. MHEAD of HORSE STOCK, including : 9 Cart Mares and Geldings Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    now proceeding. Thence along the west of Walton Hall Estate and across Hanford Water, and by the front of Foulton Hall it will be carried by cutting over the hill to join the Harwich line, near Ramsey Island. Florilisr !- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and productive Garden of nearly two acres. Apply to Mr, Edwakd Smith. Auctioneer, Colchester ; or Mr. John South, Foulton Hall, Ramsey. AT BROCK'S & BRUGES FARM, BRADF1ELD, NEA R MA NNISO TREE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Brooks sold by auction, on Thursday lust, in the Cattle Market, 25 fat oxen, grazed by Mr. John South, Foulton Hall, Ramsey. Full market quotations vrcre realized, and the attendance of buyers yvas good. Prices ranged from £_5..6 to £38. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Council. I _J^m. r5f e,1 «_ ? Bar and 4 months, Edward Stanley, I second son of Mr. South, Foulton Hall, Ramsey. I June 1st, at her residence, at Belvedere, near Erith, Matilda i Anna, relict of the late George Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Poultry, and aU tbe Excellent Agricultural Carriages, Implements, Machinery, and Harness, new three years since. [.3533 Thursday, September 25th. FOULTON HALL, RAMSEY, ESSEX. 3 miles from Dovercourt. The Entire LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, by direction of John South, Esq., Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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