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You searched for: Place: "West Looe", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information NICHOLAS ADAMS alias BODRUGAN 1547 THOMAS WOTTON 1547 JOHN ASTLEY 1553 (Mar.) WILLIAM MORICE 1553 (Mar.) ALEXANDER NOWELL 1553 (Oct.) (declared ineligible to sit) 1553 (Oct.) RALPH CLIVE 1553 (Oct.) WILLIAM BENDLOWES 1554 (Apr.) ROBERT

    West Looe

    West Looe Borough Background Information SIR JOHN MORE 1558/9 WILLIAM POLE I 1558/9 JOHN FOWLER 14 Dec. 1562 JOHN YOUNG I 14 Dec. 1562 CLEMENT THROCKMORTON 1571 JOHN FYNEUX 1571 WILLIAM HAMMOND 21 Apr. 1572 JOHN AUDLEY I 21 Apr.

    PATTESON, Matthew.

    Constituency Dates West Looe 1589 Hedon 1601 Biography This Member has proved difficult to identify. On grounds of dating, it seems possible that he was the Matthew Patteson who matriculated from Peterhouse in 1575, though this person has been identified

    CARNSEW, John (by 1537-70 or later), of Lincoln's Inn, London and Trecarne in Advent, Cornw.

    London and Trecarne in Advent, Cornw. Constituency Dates West Looe 1558 Dunheved 1559 Ofifces Held Under sheriff, Cornw. 1559-60. Biography John Carnsew attended one of the two inns of court patronized by Cornishmen and made a career in the law

    LENNARD, Sir Henry (1570-1616), of Chevening, Kent and Hurstmonceaux Castle, Suss.

    and Hurstmonceaux Castle, Suss. Constituency Dates West Looe 1597 Biography Lennard’s father unsuccessfully claimed the barony of Dacre, which Lennard himself eventually inherited from his mother. He made a good marriage while still at Lincoln’s Inn, fought at Cadiz with

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrants etc, August 1699, 1-20, 01 August 1699-20 August 1699

    Richard Doidge who on his desire is to be a landwaiter in Plymouth port. Charles Tincombe as surveyor at West Looe, to be established at 40 l . per an. to keep the tidesmen to their duties and to assist

    Discharged aldermen in Parliament, etc.

    Mayoralty, June 21, 1770 ] 1770 (Jun.-Nov.) Barlow Trecothick (London). 1770 1771 Brass Crosby (Honiton). 1772 1773 James Townsend (West Looe). 1773 1774 *Frederick Bull (elected for London, December 4, 1773). 1774 1775 John Wilkes (Middlesex). 1775 1776 John Sawbridge

    Aldermen in Parliament for other constituencies

    opening of Parliament, and died a month later whereupon that office was conferred on Heneage Finch, who was representing West Looe ] 1624 1625 M. Abbot again sat for Hull in both these Parliaments. [In the latter Sir G. Rivers,

    Charles II, January 1685, 01 January 1685-31 January 1685

    9. Like reference of the petitions of the said Earl on behalf o f the boroughs of Penryn, Liskeard, West Looe, East Looe, Truro, Plympton, a stannary town and parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, Grampound and Tregony. [ Ibid Subscribers-only content

    Appendix L, To Memorial CXXII

    1737. John Conyers, of Queen's College, Oxford. Bencher of the Middle Temple. King's Counsel. M.P. for East Grinstead and West Looe. Born, 1650. Left School, 16 65. Died, 1722. Joshua Lasher, D.M., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford. Regius Professor

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambourne Manors

    succeeded by his eldest son Thomas (d. 1748). 7 Thomas Walker was surveyor-general to George II and M.P. for West Looe ( 1733 ), Plympton ( 1734 ), and Helston ( 1741 ). 8 He left all his Essex estates

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clause A, and also Newport, (Isle of Wight,) St. Mihbael's Gctton, Bramber, Bossiriev, Dun wicl, LUdgersIhll, St. M11awes, Beeralston, West Looe, St. Germains, Newtport (Cornwall,) and Bletcltingloy. Onl the motion that Aldborough (Yorkshire) stand pait of schedule A, Mr. CROKER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    02, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange. CORNWALL-Valuable and extensive ESTATES, in the parishes of PELYNT, TALLAND, LANREATH, and LANSALLOS, near West Looe, in the county of CORNWALL M1wESSRS. NORTON HOGGART, and TRIST J.U. have received instructions to OFFER for SALE, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dartr on andart long leasehold (for 1,000 years;, situate in I the parishes of Pelynt, Tartand, Loureath, andbLanoaos, near West Looe, in the coanty of Cornwall, about eight mies from Liskeard, and within 18 ot Plymoeth. They eomprise altogether snearly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the remdalnerlesabeold (for 50 Year)., hOsituate itn the parishes of Lanreath, ?alynt nd 4 MUGSal, abosnt live miles from, West Looe and eight from Tekcar, a beautiful St-. and Ottuelu part of the county onf Coa wall, ADO aboutd IS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M«?. Edward Shearm, Solicitor, Stratton, Dated June 7, 1834. MARINE RESIDENCE, And other Valuable FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, at West Looe and Plynt. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on Wed- nesdat, the 25th day of June next, at Three o'Clock Subscribers-only content

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