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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mursley

    succeeded in 1607 by his son Sir Francis , 46 who married Grace daughter of Sir John Manners of Haddon Hall , 47 and died in 1624 . 48 His son John Fortescue , who inherited Salden , was created

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    succeeded by his son Francis, 36 and Hertingfordbury remained in the Vernon family 37 (descendants of the Vernons of Haddon Hall ) until 1690, when it was sold to James Selby . 38 James Selby was holding it in 1700

    Parishes added since 1892 Aylestone

    knight's fee. 23 The manor continued in the possession of the Vernon family, 24 whose principal seat was at Haddon Hall (Derb.). In 1565, on the death of Sir George Vernon , 25 Aylestone passed with Haddon and other Derbyshire

    Husbands Bosworth

    the latter sold it to the Manners family. 63 Grace, daughter of Sir John Manners and Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall (Derbys.), and widow of Sir Fra ncis Fortescue (d. 1624) of Salden (Bucks.), came to live in Husbands Bosworth

    Index A-J

    Ric., Hacluit , Alice, see Neville; John, Wm., Haddon , J. B. , Haddon , East ( Northants .), Haddon Hall (Derbys.) , Hadham , Little ( Herts .), Hailes (Glos.) , Hakett , Ric., Halford , And., Anne, see

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 20th October 1832

    party. At ½ past 2 we went in a carriage and 6 with the Duke and Mrs.Cavendish , to Haddon Hall , a very old and singular place. The old tapestry still remaining and iron hooks to keep it back.

    Saturday 20th October 1832

    party. At ½ past 2 we went in a carriage and 6 with the Duke and Mrs.Cavendish , to Haddon Hall , a very old and singular place. The old tapestry still remaining and iron hooks to keep it back.

    Saturday 2nd December 1843

    drove with the Duke & Ly Louisa, the others following, - to Haddon Hall . The country near Haddon , as well as the situation of Haddon Hall itself, is beautiful. We got out & went all over it. It

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANNERS, John (bef.1535-1611), of Shelford, Notts. and Haddon Hall, Derbys.

    Shelford, Notts. and Haddon Hall, Derbys. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire 1559 Nottinghamshire 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Notts. from c.1559-c.74, 1583-c.92, Derbys. from c.1574, custos rot. from 1580, sheriff 1575-6, 1588-9, 1597-8, dep. lt. from 1585; c.j. Sherwood forest by 1591. Biography

    MANNERS, George (c.1569-1623), of Haddon Hall, Derbys. and Uffington, Lincs.

    (c.1569-1623), of Haddon Hall, Derbys. and Uffington, Lincs. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1589 Derbyshire 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. temp. Jas. I, custos rot. by 1617, dep. lt. by 1621. Biography An important influence on Manners during his early years was

    BAXTER, John (d.c.1611).

    gentleman, of Cannock, in Staffordshire. The second is more likely, in view of Baxter’s connexions with John Manners of Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, who described him in his will, made in February 1609, as one of his ‘very loving friends’ and

    FORTESCUE, John I (1533-1607), of Holborn, London; Welford, Berks. and Salden, Bucks.

    furniture here at Hendon in Middlesex.His heir was Sir Francis Fortescue, husband of Grace, daughter of John Manners of Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. His half-brother Thomas Parry succeeded him as chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster. He had already donated books

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gosod yn ol trefn y wyddor:- Parch. Li. J. M. Bebb, M.A., Brasenose College, Rhydychain; Parch. Reginald Broughton, M.A., Haddon Hall, Boscombe, Bournemouth; Parch. F. J. Foakes-Jackson, M.A., Coleg yr Iesu, Caergrawnt; Parch. H. de B. Gibbins,-D. Litt, Prifathraw Coleg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Number I, for November, 1839:-National Railways- Tales of the Village. No. I.-Rosalie. A Ballad.-Grand Juries--Medi- cal Reform.-Recollections of Derbyshire, Haddon Hall and Chatswvorsh. -The Past and the Present.-The Fisher's Choice. A True Tale of the Sooth-wveost Coast of Ireland.-Charley Malooery Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also the aim of the literary portion of the book. A birthday party is supposed to have assembled at Haddon Hall, to entertain their winter nights, as the party of the Decameron amused their summer days, with the telling of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    things in the whole collection. Of Mr Cook's Polperro, Mr W. N. Hardwick's river scenes, Mr Chase's scraps of Haddon Hall and other specimens of the formally picturesque in architecture, of Mr Robins's sea-pieces, and Mr T. L. Rowbotham's English, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bennett, and Mr Chase seems to be summing up in small pictures the result of all his studies over Haddon Hall, besides having made a diversion to Bruges in search of the picturesque in architec- ture. Mr Carl Werner, who Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Dorothy Vernon Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2129 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Haddon Hall, Haddon Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire 1887 Castle and Commercial Inn, Bridge Street, Bakewell, Derbyshire 1887 Rutland Arms Hotel, The Square,

 

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