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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Windlesham

    were always to Windlesham , cum capella de Bagshot . The chapel at Bagshot was dedicated to Our Lady. Hewlett's or Hulot's chantry was founded in the chapel of Our Lady at Bagshot , and endowed with half the manor

    Parishes Shalbourne

    exists near the church. There was a mill in the manor of Bagshot in 1086 , but no further reference to it has been found. The present Bagshot Mill is on the northern boundary of the parish. A windmill in

    South Weald and Brentwood

    km. northeast of London . 1 The soil is mainly London Clay , with Boulder Clay in the north and Bagshot Beds in the east. This was an ancient forest area, as the name Weald indicates, and it is still

    Parishes Pirbright

    Frimley . It is almost entirely upon the Upper and Middle Bagshot sands, and is therefore generally unproductive. It lies upon the western side of the ridge of Bagshot sandhills, of which Chobham Ridges is the general name, and a

    Parishes Pyrford

    line of the London and South Western Railway . The upper or western part of Pyrford is on the lower Bagshot Sand, the lower or eastern part is the alluvium, sand, and gravel of the Wey Valley . A few

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 7th May 1840

    - At 4, Ld Melbourne came to me. He told me, from Duncannon, that a number of the plantations at Bagshot had been burned down. Ld M had seen Ld John Russell, who was very much distressed about the Murder,

    Wednesday 4th December 1844

    copies Transcription After an early breakfast, the Princes went to shoot at Bagshot . - Took a walk with Vicky, & found it bitterly cold, - I remained with Alexandrine, whilst she was sitting to Thorburn, & then sat to

    Monday 3rd January 1848

    Another wet night & very showery morning. - Albert went to shoot at Bagshot . - Did not go out as it only cleared just at luncheon time, but took a walk afterwards. - We dined alone & read &

    Saturday 29th January 1848

    We went to Uncle & Louise after breakfast & then Albert went to Bagshot , to shoot. - I walked out with the 4 Children, & it was very fine, but much milder, & the snow disappearing fast. - Dear

    Wednesday 25th October 1848

    I only got out walking at half past ten as Albert went earlier to Bagshot to shoot, sat with Aunt Gloucester where Feodore joined us. - Albert drove on through the Fair after which we walked, he saw Sir Robert

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James'l, vktualler, Abtorney, :Mr. Coote, Asqli-frinre, II. Fle.!bz11, Upper ShRdwell, tobaorlnist. Attornies, M:essrs. Roasland and Robinson, Glay's lin-place. NY. Knight, Bagshot, Surrey, miller. Attorney, Mr. Williarns, Els- place. 3. las ward, Woodbridge, Soffolk, maltster. Attornies, Messrs. Parnther rnd Torner, London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of lvambridge?, vcheihanded her into iter carriage 5 whent the Duke of Gloticester stepped in, and they drove off to Bagshot, amidst the acelunatiouna of the multitude. The Prtivc REGENT honoured Lady HEATHcoTE's bail, on Friday week, with his presence. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slightest injury; and the nien, after thanking the surgeons, went to work'. A SWINISHa RACR.-ln the contiguous'parishes and hamlets of Bagshot, Frimley, and Hawley-, on the borders of Surrey and Hanws, there are nowr resident four families. x, hose respective Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rout ring in contort witlI somne impedhitteat, the ounforiltitaie geutleutnn was th ratstn otit by tbe sliock. At Windlesham, tuear Bagshot, the -rife of a hutnble atnoemalker, narned Rtlls, wa. delivered, a few days back, of four childtitt; otte was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to his old habits of unpunctuality at which the sbade of Richardson. might have smiled, he arrived too late at Bagshot for the funeral of his friend, but succeeded in persuading the goodnitured Clergyman to per- form the ceremony ever Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARCOURT, George William Richard (1775-1812), of Bagshot, Surr.

    Richard (1775-1812), of Bagshot, Surr. Constituency Dates Westbury 28 Oct. 1796 Apr. 1800 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Drag. Gds. 1793; capt. 24 Drag. 1794, maj. 1795; lt.-col. 40 Ft. 1795, 12 Ft. 1799; col. 1803, maj-gen. 1810. Ofifces Held Gov.

    BEAUCLERK, Lord George (1704-68).

    1 Ft. Gds. 1723; lt. 11 Hussars 1726; capt. and lt.-col. 1 Ft. Gds. 1736; ranger of Bagshot Rails Walk and keeper of Bagshot Lodge, Windsor forest 1741; col. 1745; a.-d.-c. to George II 1745; col. 8 Marines 1747-8; col.

    NEGUS, Francis (1670-1732), of Dillinghoo, Suff.

    Held Ensign 3 Ft. 1687, capt. 1691, maj. 1694; commn. renewed 1702; brevet lt.-col. 1703; ranger of Bagshot Rails and Sandhurst Walks, Windsor forest; jt. cmmr. for executing the office of master of the horse 1715-17, sole 1717-27; avener and

    GRAHME (GRAHAM), James (1650-1730), of Bagshot, Surr. and Levens, Westmld.

    James (1650-1730), of Bagshot, Surr. and Levens, Westmld. Constituency Dates Carlisle 1685 Appleby 1702 Appleby 1705 Westmorland 1708 Westmorland 1710 Westmorland 1713 Westmorland 1715 Westmorland 1722 Ofifces Held Capt. Douglas’s Ft. (French army) 1671-3, R. English regt. 1673-4; capt. of

    LOXLEY, Robert, of Polstead, Surr.

    her by her first husband, Robert Danhurst. Robert and Agnes Loxley also appear to have bought or inherited land in Bagshot and Windlesham (Surrey), since their son, William, made an enfeoffment of his patrimony there at some point before January

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    5 May 1727, 5 May 1727

    Mills upon " Hounfiow Heath, in the County of Middlefex, to a •* Place called Baßngstone, in the Parilh of Bagshot, in " the County of Surrey." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1727, 10 May 1727

    13 Geo* Journals of the Houfe of Lordä* " himfelf or Counfel, to offer his Reaforis agaihft con- " tinuing the faid Adi:" It is Ordered, That the Faid Petition do lie on the Table till the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1795, 2 June 1795

    ReigAof '• His prefent Majefty, for repairing and widening the : Roads leading from Bafingstonc^ near .the XJawn of '•¦_ Bagshot, in the Parifh of IVindlefoam, in the County '. of Surrey, through Frimley and Farnham, in the fame ' Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1798, 7 June 1798

    Sefiion of Parliament, and rendering " more effectual feveral A£ts for repairing the Road " from the Golden Farmer near Bagshot, in the County *' of Surrey, to Hertford Bridge Hill, in the County of " Southampton, and from thence Subscribers-only content

    13 June 1798, 13 June 1798

    Seffion of Parliament, and " rendering more effedual feveral Ads for repairing the " Road from the Golden Farmer, near Bagshot, in the *' County of Surrey, to Hertford Bridge Hill, in the *' County of Southampton, and from thence Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Bagshot Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cricketers' Inn, Bagshot, Surrey, England 1925 Masonic Hall, London Road, Bagshot, Surrey, England 1956 Agincourt Hall, London Road, Camberley, Surrey, England 1985

 

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