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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Later history of the castle

    designed by Inigo Jones , but almost certainly by his pupil John Webb . It had a resemblance to Thorpe Hall , Peterborough , which is certainly the work of the latter architect. 82 At the Restoration the property reverted

    Walthamstow Worthies and social life

    were connected with the parish included the poet George Gascoigne ( 1525 ?-77), whose house in Walthamstow was probably Thorpe Hall . 13 John Guillim ( 1565-1621 ), writer on heraldry, is said to have lived in Walthamstow , 14

    Wisbech Hundred Thorney Plan of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Botolph

    , the nephew and pupil of Inigo Jones , as it has a marked similarity to his work at Thorpe Hall , Peterborough . 29 There is a fine staircase rising to the garrets, with turned balusters and ball and

    Parishes Standon

    and have tiled roofs. In the north front are two four-centred doorways, one with moulded edges and enriched spandrels. Thorpe Hall on the east side of the street, once an inn, is a 17th-century house of two stories. It is

    Walthamstow Education and charities

    as a maintained school for resident and parish children. 157 It was given Aided status in 1951 . 158 Thorpe Hall infants school, Hale End Road , opened in 1935 , 159 and Sidney Burnell 160 infants school, Handsworth Avenue

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.2080

    Role: defendant Details: male Participant: Anne Bairstow [Barstowe] Role: witness Details: female; 63; widow Location: Whitkirk (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thorpe Hall(Thorpe Hall) : undefined Whitkirk (Whitkirke) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Stephen Hemsworth [Hemesworth] Role: witness Details: male; 43 Location: Swillington

    CP.G.527

    yeoman Location: Thwing (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Octon Grange (Okton Grange) : undefined Thwing (Thwenge) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Wood [Woode] Role: witness Details: male; 20; gentleman Location: Rudston (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Thorpe Hall (Thorpe) : undefined Rudston (Rudston) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.167H

    (Skelton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Francis Newsam [Newsoem] Role: witness Details: male; 62; gentleman Location: Selby (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thorpe Hall(Thorpe Hall) : undefined Participant: Percival Chapman [Chapman] Role: witness Details: male; 78; husbandman Location: Yorkshire, North Riding Place(s): Aislaby

    CP.G.2328

    ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Fothergill [Fothergill] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Participant: Edward Fawcett [Fawcett] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Rudston (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Thorpe Hall (Thorppe) : undefined Rudston (Rudstone) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VERE, Thomas (c.1681-1766), of Thorpe Hall, Norf.

    (c.1681-1766), of Thorpe Hall, Norf. Constituency Dates Norwich 19 Feb 1735 281747 Ofifces Held Alderman of Norwich 1722, mayor 1735. Biography A Norwich merchant, exporting woollen goods, Vere in 1731 gave evidence on the export of Irish cambrics to a

    ST. JOHN, Francis (c.1634-1705), of Thorpe Hall, nr. Peterborough, Northants.

    (c.1634-1705), of Thorpe Hall, nr. Peterborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury Oct. 1654 Peterborough 1656 Peterborough 1659 Peterborough 26 May 1660 Peterborough Mar. 1679 Peterborough Oct. 1679 Peterborough 1681 Peterborough 1698 Ofifces Held Commr. for charitable uses, Peterborough 1656, feoffee for

    ST. JOHN, Francis (c.1634-1705), of Thorpe Hall, Longthorpe, nr. Peterborough, Northants.

    (c.1634-1705), of Thorpe Hall, Longthorpe, nr. Peterborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Tewkesbury 1654 1655 Peterborough 1656 1658 Peterborough 26 May 1660 Peterborough Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Peterborough 1698 1700 Ofifces Held Commr. for trade 1656–7. Ofifces Held Commr. for charitable uses,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He was a member of an ancient Essex family, being a younger brother of Mr J. Martin Leake, of Thorpe Hall, near Colchester, a bencher of the Middle Temple, and one of the chairmen of the Essex Quarter Sessions. Colonel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Wiltshire feeder ; and the third to Mr. Ill Stratton; among the defeated exhibitors being Mr. Inge, of Thorpe Hall, Mlessrs. Perry, the Marchioness of Down- shire. Mr. GTah11n, of Yardley, Lord Howc. and Mr,. Albert Brassey. The heifers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Church Greasey, were charged on remand -with seriously assault- ing Alexander Cameron, gamekeeper to Mr. WV. F. loge, of Thorpe Hall, early on the morning of Tuesday week. IIt appeared that about three o'clock on the morning named Cameron, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Birds exceeding one year old.) First przC isMr. tIrederickc Smbin, 25, B 1ll Street, Blirminoghamn Secondditto £2.,Mr. George 1Sobliuon, Thorpe Hall, ,4orko., Nottinglamshire. rTsird dito, £1., Mr. Jonathan Caemn.m Ferns- field, Southerell, Nottinghannssi re.-llhite atnd Piles. tClhirlens of 133S.l Firat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and barbarous practice of setting man-traps aid springgulls. A nunsber of these infem-nal implements are placed in the a Thorpe Hall Wood, in Yorkshire, and the other day a boy belonging to the gamekeeper, while removing OIsC of the guns, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    painter; ccxliii. 20. -, -, letter signed by; ccliii. 46. Thistle , Order of the; ccxl. 27; cclviii. 18. Thorpe Hall , co. Norfolk, manor of; cclxvi. 16. Threapland , David, late of Fingask, forfeited estate of; ccxxix. 2. Throckmorton

    Volume 266, August 2-December 27, 1728, 02 August 1728-27 December 1728

    12 th year of his late Majesty, seized for life of the manors of Saxlingham Saxlingham Netherhall, Saxlingham, Verdens, Thorpe Hall, and and messuages, & c., situate therein, of the yearly value of 312 l. 16 s. 6 d. ,

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    petition of Major Wm. Thorogood or Thorowgood , Wm., accounts by Thorold , Anthony, letters of Thorpe , John Thorpe Hall Thory , Thos., petition of Threadneedle Street , London Throckmorton , Sir Baynham Lady Throgmorton , Sir Wm. commission Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    (35). Thorpe , Suff., g. 436 (31). Thorpe , Suff. See Ixworth Thorpe. Thorpe , Yorks., g. 1027 (40). Thorpe Hall , Norf., near East Wretham, g. 436 (31). Thorpe Underwood , Yorks., g. 613 (16). Thorpe , John, pp.

    Index, T, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    g. 476 (107). Thorpe , Suff., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347). Thorpe Arnold , Leic., i. p. 770. Thorpe Hall , Norf., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347). Thorpe in Holderness , Yorks., ii. g. 476 (98). Thorpe Mandeville

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