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  • * British History Online * *

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    Declared Accounts, 1704-5, Ordnance

    Portsmouth 1,480 10 11 Sandgate Castle 314 4 6 Yarmouth Castle 28 4 4 Gillingham Fort 474 16 0 Sandown Castle 3 1 6 Deal Castle 4 3 5 Dover Castle 10 15 5 Plymouth 94 12 0 Hull 14

    James 1 - volume 81, September 1615, 01 September 1615-30 September 1615

    decayed condition of Sandown Castle. The sea wall perished, the stone work and lead decayed, the bridge and stairs rotten, the glass broken, & c. Sept. 2. 77. Inventory of ordnance, munition, & c. in Sandown Castle, under the charge Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, Miscellaneous, 1559, 01 January 1569-31 December 1569

    one year and three-quarters past he happened to fall in with one Mary Wynibanke, daughter to Richard Wynibank, of Sandown Castle, gentleman, unto whom being contracted, and her father consenting to the same, he disbursed divers sums for such necessaries

    Entry Book, May 1682, 2-10, 01 May 1682-31 May 1682

    to the Lieutenant of Dover Castle for the pay of the garrisons of Arcliffe Bulwark, Motes Bulwark, Dover Castle, Sandown Castle, Deal Castle, Sandgate Castle and Walmer Castle; the pay whereof is in arrear since 1678, Sept. 29. Further there

    Declared Accounts, Ordnance

    Plymouth 11 2 8 Upnor Castle 51 17 7 Holy Island 881 0 6 Chester Castle 112 0 0 Sandown Castle 81 9 6 Pendennis Castle 16 15 6 Sandgate Castle 64 0 6 Sundry disbursements 2,696 15 7 Rewards

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARDRES, John (1675-1758), of St. George’s, Canterbury.

    1708 Canterbury 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Canterbury 1700; capt. Sandown Castle, Kent ?1705–1710, 1713–1715. Biography The Hardres family had a long association with Canterbury, one ancestor having represented the borough in three of Richard II’s Parliaments. Hardres’ own grandfather,

    BERKELEY, Sir Charles II (1630-65), of Whitehall.

    Held Cornet, regt. of George, Lord Digby, (French army) 1652-6; capt. Duke of York’s Gds. 1657-8, 1661-d.; capt. of Sandown Castle, Kent Dec. 1660-1; lt.-gov. Portsmouth 1662-d. Ofifces Held Freeman, Portsmouth 1662. Biography Berkeley was an intimate of the royal

    NORWOOD, Henry (c.1614-89), of Leckhampton, Glos.

    Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. (royalist) 1643, maj. by 1654; capt. of Sandown Castle 1661-3; lt.-col. Lord Rutherford’s. Ft. 1661-4; dep. gov. Dunkirk Mar.-Nov. 1662; col. of ft. 2 Tangier Regt. 1664-9; lt.-gov. Tangier 1666-9. Ofifces Held Esquire of the

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W.

    Held Cornet, Prince Rupert’s Horse (Royalist) by 1643, page to Prince Rupert 1647; capt. RN 1660, r.-adm. 1666–72; capt. Sandown Castle, I.o.W. Oct. 1660–7; capt. indep. coy. I.o.W. 1665–8, 1669–87; gov. I.o.W. 1668–d.; gov. and v.-adm. Newport 1669–d.; v.-adm. Hants

    HOLMES, Sir Robert (c.1622-92), of Whitehall and Carisbrooke Castle, I.o.W.

    IoW 1690 18 Nov. 1692 Ofifces Held Cornet (royalist) by 1643; capt. RN July 1660, r.-adm. 1666-72; capt. of Sandown Castle, I.o.W. Oct. 1660-7, indep. co. I.o.W. 1669-87, Princess Anne’s (later 8) Ft. 1687-9; gov. I.o.W. 1668-d. Ofifces Held Page

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brading

    Fort has taken the place of the old Sandown Castle which in 1631 -2 had been built to supersede the original fort erected by Henry VIII . The first Sandown Castle was built between 1537 and 1540 and formed part

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dristwch mawr i d ni. fa Aethom o'r Bale trwy Lunndain, a lleoedd eraill i le an a elwid Sandown Castle, at y rhan oedd allan os'r bieon o'r fyddin. Erbyn oyraeld yno, cawaom rai o'r en feddwl a ninau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with.their contents, have been owcqt-awTay. During the storm, a breach of some extett .wvan mrde by the sea, between Sandown Castle and tie Battery, No. 1, which formed a torrent Of water in the lower streets of Deal, and filled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about a mile and a half to the west of ])eal, through the bursting of a shell fired frons Sandown Castle. Theo namte of the deceased, who was in the coastguard service, is John Oxford. The following particulars of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Minister. Walmer Castle was built by Henry VIII., in 1539, with moat and drawbridge, and, with Deal Castle and Sandown Castle, form part of a defensive line along the coast. Mr. Pitt was Lord Warden, and when First Minister occasionally Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, with dealing with a large quantity of arnisem l cigars and tobacco, They soere allprehettrlet at ught near Sandown Castle by London Custota-house oslcers sent down to watclh the coast, the coods being in carsOl- bags Boeaney was fined Subscribers-only content

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