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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Judaism

    Jewish orphanage at the corner of Barrowgate and Sutton Court roads, from 1953 and the hall of Christ Church in 1956 . 44 Chiswick and District synagogue was affiliated to the United Synagogue from 1957, 45 registered at no. 64

    Chiswick Manors

    -4. 33 The larger estate was called by 1181 the manor of SUTTON 34 and by c . 1537 SUTTON COURT . 35 In 1502 the bishop ordered that Sutton , with the rectory and advowson of Chiswick , was

    Chiswick Charities for the poor

    in the hospital at Little Sutton , presumably the almshouses which were maintained by Ashburnham's successors as lessees of Sutton Court manor and which accordingly came to be known as the duke of Devonshire 's almshouses. 49 Six tenements of

    Chiswick Economic history

    On Sutton Court , and presumably on the Prebend, manor copyholds were divided equally among daughters, in default of sons, and a widow was entitled to one third of her first husband's lands as dower. Tenants of Sutton Court in

    Chiswick Other estates

    succeeded by his grandson Charles Boyle (d. 1704), whose son Richard, statesman and patron of the arts, also leased Sutton Court manor 68 and died at Chiswick in 1753 . 69 The earldom then became extinct and the property passed

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Rev. Daniel Buchan Doull, of a son. At Sutton Court, the lady of Admiral Sir R. King, Bart. of a daughter. On the 9th inst. the lady of William Dugmore, Esq. barrister-atclaw, of a, slaughter. On the 8th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Castle, to Theophilus William Strachey, Esq., of the 29th Madras native infantry, nephew of Sir Henry Strachey, Bart., of Sutton Court, Somersetshire. DEATHS. On the 17th inst. ber Imperial Highness the Archiduchess Maria Beatrice Victoria Guiseppina, Duchess of Modena. This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. Csurito RATxSS-A church rate having been refused at Hacksey by a majority which renders any further attempt to get ose hopeless, a voluntary subscription has been set on foot. Complaints are heard of the stinginess evinced by many Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in lets 8Slt year-On the 29th ult., It. A. Bannermant, Esq., ef tanden aUl, Wilts-On lien let loot., at Sutton Court lodge, Chisyiowci, Middlese x W. Chtatioel Esq., in his 82nd year-On the 22nd uit., at Torquay, Townshend iMonckttn Boll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    el Court, Somersetshire, in his eighty-sixth year. He ho ha'ei2 son of the late Sir H. Strachey, I.P., of Sutton Court, w . il't Secretary ~ ~ "India adsubseqlusntly jona been private secretary to Lord Clive in I state, all Subscribers-only content

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