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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Langley Marsh

    fine but somewhat gloomy lake. South of it on the other side of the Uxbridge to Slough road lies Langley Park , 4 the seat of Sir Robert Grenville Harvey , bart. It is famed for its beautiful cedars, its

    The hundred of Stoke Colnbrook

    church rate the chapel was constantly in a state of dilapidation. Private benefactors, including Sir John Kidderminster (Kedermister) of Langley Park , also contributed to its upkeep during the 17th century. 69 It had been pulled down some years prior

    Watford Churches and charities

    almswomen. Sir Charles Morrison , her son and executor, for carrying out her charitable intention, charged his park, called Langley Park , with an annuity of £50 for the maintenance of the said preacher, and four poor widow women successively

    Parishes Crowcombe

    1766 . 60 In 1789 Robert Kingsmill sold the manor to Sir Robert Bateson Harvey, Bt. (d. 1825), of Langley Park (Bucks.), 61 from whom it passed to his illegitimate son Robert Harvey (d. 1863), and then to Robert's son

    Archaeology The Romano-British Period ROMAN MIDDLESEX

    a spur from Harefield to a road running on the other side of the Colne from Chorley Wood and Langley Park (Bucks.) to St. Albans . Other old roads and trackways on the Middlesex side of the Colne valley, particularly

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 7 May 1649, 07 May 1649-07 May 1649

    his said Wife, for their Lives; and after to Elizabeth Morison his Daughter. 6. The Park Grounds called King's Langley Park , in the County of Hertford , was found, by Office, to descend and come, after the Death of

    General Index, J, K, 01 January 1580-31 July 1625

    Sir Edw. letter to keeper of, warrant to officers in prisoners in receiver in Kingscrope , near Northampton King's Langley Park Kingsmill , Rich., letter of order by Thomas Wm., letter of Sir Wm. Wm., son and heir of, grant Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    John Langherne , Mr. Langhorne , Thos. Langley , Guillem, petitions of Hen. petition of Thos., petition of Wm. Langley Park Langman (postmaster) Langston , Hen. petition of John Langton , Mr. Lanier , Nich., certificate by Thos. petitions of Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, June 1661, 01 June 1661-30 June 1661

    Robert Jenkinson, of Walcot, co. Oxon; Sir Richard Francklyn, of Moor Park, co. Herts; and Sir William Parsons, of Langley Park, co. Bucks. Ibid , p. 158. June 18 Money warrant for 20 l . to Giles Tomkins for six

    Charles II - volume 90, January 1-19, 1664, 01 January 1664-19 January 1664

    was said at York about the Cheshire men, for honest Griffith tried to escape from Chester Castle. Jan. 9. Langley Park. 55. W. Parsons to Williamson. Mr. Wickham, the messenger, has left with him four boxes of treasonable pamphlets; the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bombay. On Tuesday, at Stratfield.LodgeK G. E.- ]Beauchawp Proctor, Esq. second son of Sir Thomas Beauchasup Proctor, $art. of Langley Park, Norfolk, to Eldeonianlr daughter of Robert Win. Halbed,- Esq. oE tbe Priryf Berkshire. Lately, at Swell, G1osrdh6teisbifti Mr. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Armine Wodehouse, thilcd son of Lord Wodehouse, is Emily, youingest daughter of SifT Tbonas Beauchamp Proctor, Bart. of Langley Park, Norfolc. At the Glebe louse, Swords, near Dublin, Sir Compton DoM- ville, Bart. to Mis, Sarah Helena Trench, daughter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, Hants, Lady Holland, relict of Si, Holland, Kut. Her large property devolves on Mar. Chaniberlam Southamspton. Lately, at Langley Park, Bucks, Sir R. B. Harvey, Bart- in his nutbye20 In Conduit-street, Sir Henry Cave Ibbetoso, Bart. of Dentoan Par Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awarslit for hismlppretty asirn ; arud hlisexaililiatiotltwill tike tplace amt Montiday -H-erefetd fndependeat. BIRTH. On the 13th ilt, at Langley Park, the wlfe of John Burnet, mason, was saFely delivered of three dsutgtnters, who, Asith the moaher, are all doiiig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Marquis of Chandos, eldest son of the Duke of Buckingham, and Miss Harvey, daughter of Mr Harvey, of Langley Park, Bucks. On Saturday night, before the departure of the excursion train to London, one pawnbroker in Leeds had received Subscribers-only content

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