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    SAWYER, John (1685-1750), of Heywood, White Waltham, Berks.

    Dates Downton 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Jt.-keeper of Home Park, Windsor by 1728–?bef. 1733; under-keeper, St. Leonard’s Walk, Windsor forest by 1733–d. Biography Sawyer came from a family with a strong parliamentary tradition, his father being the grandson and heir

    VILLIERS, Hon. George (1759-1827), of Portman Square, Mdx.

    Confined to his house, he learnt that the King had replaced him 'in the care and management of the Home Park'. His own farming and horsebreeding ventures were not successful. He appealed to the King (4 May 1810) not to

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