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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Higham Park Long of Draycot . Sable crusily and a lion argent .

    was possibly built on a new site when the Great Lodge fell into decay in the time of the Commonwealth. 6 At the end of the 18th century the Great Lodge was known as Higham Park House . The park

    Earls Colne ` Manors and other estates

    Oxford , sold the former park to Roger Harlakenden in 1584 , and Roger settled part of it, the Great Lodge and 380 a., on his younger son Thomas. 29 Richard Harlakenden in 1631 devised the reversion of Little Lodge

    Savernake SAVERNAKE c . 1817

    cross wing. Two farmsteads were built in the dry valley called Great Lodge bottom. Great Lodge Farm may stand on or near the site of the great lodge which stood in the park in the 16th century. 22 It was

    Parishes Upton Warren

    mentioned in the inquisition taken on the death of Hugh Cooksey . a For references see Huddington . Cooksey Great Lodge , which was apparently the manor-house of Great Cooksey , was taken down before 1781 ( Nash , op.

    Parishes Old Windsor

    Great Park was built in the reign of Charles II , when it was known as the Ranger's or Great Lodge . It was afterwards improved by the Earl of Portland and the dowager Duchess of Marlborough . It was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWE, Emanuel Scrope (c.1663-1709), of Great Lodge Forest, Hants.

    (c.1663-1709), of Great Lodge Forest, Hants. Constituency Dates Morpeth Dec. 1701 1705 Wigan 1705 1708 Ofifces Held Groom of bedchamber 1689–1702; commr. of prizes 1702–5; envoy extraordinary to Hanover 1705–d. Ofifces Held Capt. 1 Ft. Gds. 1689–95, capt. and lt.-col.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. S. Hastie, M Independent Minister, of that place. A - Yesterday, the anniversary of the Alfred the Great Lodge of the United'Ancient Order of Druids, was held at a the Queen's Head, Mill-hill, in this town, when about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the dcci wob apply for them to their secretary. TEsTOINIeAL OF RESPECT.-At a meeting of the red te Great Lodge or Society, held at the Queen's WId, Mill ill Leeds, on the 2nd inst., a portrait of Mr. ndrew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FRIENDLY) ,OAesyras~ SOC'leTY's WTcEASUaRan-4)n Thursday last, George Ellis, i spoken ii 01 Board, late treasurer of the Alfred the Great Lodge of JkneiEl-,t scIhedit Druids, Alll-Itlil,-as char-ged at the Lroih tioort-liousss aiem tlw ov2m itli inisapplyino a sum ofj £15 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wroods (Gkarter), *ilhelm Ganz (Grand Organist). The nominations were greeted by the brethren in the usual forms, and the Great Lodge was then closed with the " ample" observances usual in the presence of the Grand Master. The Grand Lodge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the principles and requirements of Freemasonry, they would find them- scles the more prepared to be members of that Great Lodge above, where lie prayed and trusted they might all one day appear. Re had pleasure in remartieg, in conclusion, Subscribers-only content

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