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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Bruerne STOKE BRUERNE Stoke Bruerne Village Shutlanger Village

    edge of Stoke Park and continued across the Tove to Alderton , remained in use. 60 A road from Blisworth runs south to cross the Stoke- Shutlanger road west of Stoke village and continues into Stoke Park ; another track

    Parishes Bishopstoke

    of Stoke Park . It is reached from Bishopstoke by the road running northeast from the village, and consists of a few scattered houses, a Bible Christian Chapel , a smithy, and an inn, 'The Foresters' Arms.' Stoke Park Farm

    Parishes Stoke Poges

    vicarage, the grounds of which opened into Stoke Park , was pulled down. 22 Stoke Court , or West End House, stands in a sheltered position to the north of Stoke Park . The house, known in the middle 18th

    Parishes Stoke juxta Guildford

    It is now a county bridge and was rebuilt in brick in 1847 -8. 2 When the property of Stoke Park and Stoke Mills was purchased by Mr. Aldersey in 1780 the road ran between his house and the east

    Easthorpe Manors and other estates

    Baker , and from 1755 to George's son John, and in 1804 sold it to Nathaniel Hill ier of Stoke Park ( Surrey ). In 1727 the lordship was exercised by Sherard Wimberley and his wife Frances in her right,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 29th December 1842

    answer to the General Assembly . - Albert returned, having had a most capital run with his Harriers, though Stoke Park , Dropmore & finally losing the hair at Burnham Beeches! They galloped as hard as they could, all the

    Wednesday 14th November 1838

    " Comus ", who went beautifully. It was a very delightful ride, & we rode hard. We went through Stoke Park , a pretty place, but very flat. The afternoon was very clear bright & frosty. We came home by

    Wednesday 14th November 1838

    hard; I rode between Lord Melbourne and Col: Cavendish . Lord Melbourne's horse went very quietly. We rode through Stoke Park , a pretty place but very flat; Lord M. told me that Gray the Poet (who he admires) is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buckinghainshire, the scene oF his celebrated e 1liv inl a Colmiitry-elihuch-N'ard.' It adjoi s Stoke Park. The Ailirch is . aplaia rustic edifice, ofnoeie tnsirqpitv, Niil a how touer, and CoiiicaI-lapeul spire: toit haY few of those stronrxly-nilrked featuire, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the next season. - We understand that Sir John Cain Hobhouse is in treaty for the renting of Erle Stoke Park, near Devizes. A rumour is also prevalent that a marriage is on the tapis between the honourab!e baronet and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vi. IV. Coke, Esq. Holkham Viscount Howsick J. B. Wildman, Esq. Chilham Viscount Fuordssich Castle Viscount Torrington' Col. Delap, Stoke Park, Surrey Viscount Alford Colonel 'i ynte, M.P. Viscount Acheson Coloosd Sibthorp, M.P. Lord Arundel Captaio ehloM' Lord Hill, Commadr-in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T. W. Coke, Esq. Holkham Viscount Hoick J. B. Wildman, Esq. Chilhars Viscount Fordwvich Castle Viscount Torrington Col. Delap, Stoke Park, Surrey Viscount Alford Colonel Tynte, M.P. Viscount Acheson Colonel Sibthorp, M.P. Lord Arundel Captain Pechell, M.P. Lord Hill, Commander-in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '}: IU. Coke, Esq. 1-olloham Vicooint Ilowick |J. 3. ildman, Esq. Chilhotn Viooocat Foo-esvieh fsrle t!lV:ottlt Tosrring'ton I De;Layp, Stoke Park, Surrey ' siscoumt Alford | coInel 7r)Ite, M.IP. Visocoutnt Achrleess son iolosoei Sibthorr, M.I'. Los I Arundel nICetoin Pcoonell, Subscribers-only content


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