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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lower Lemington

    by 1931 , before the parish became part of Batsford , it had decreased to 50. 27 By 1930 Lower Lemington was provided with piped water from a supply of the Batsford estate, 28 and in 1962 there was still

    Parishes Bourton-on-the-Hill

    FreemanMitford, Lord Redesdale , 77 of Batsford Park , whose son John Thomas , later Earl of Redesdale (d. 1886), bought the manor in 1856 . 78 The manor afterwards passed with the Batsford estate to Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford ,

    Parishes Moreton-in-Marsh Moreton-in-Marsh , 1962

    Bourton and annexed to Batsford . The patron of the rectory of Batsford with Moreton 288 in 1887 was A. B. Freeman-Mitford , later Lord Redesdale ; in 1922 the advowson was sold with the Batsford estate to Lord Dulverton

    List of illustrations

    Gate , and Lord Leicester 's Hospital. Phot. by B. C. Clayton , 1929, reproduced by permission of B. T. Batsford Ltd. National Monuments Record " " 426 East Gate and St. Peter's Chapel . Engraving from Antiquarian and Topographical

    Isleham Nonconformity

    Fenwomen , 117; Camb . News , 18 Jan., 20 Nov. 1964 . e.g. Victorian & Edwardian Cambs . ( Batsford , 1976 ), illus. 69; Camb . News , 3 Oct. 1968 ; Camb . Evening News , 8

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 7 January 1698, 07 January 1698-07 January 1698

    Specie, for Non-Specie Bills: He had no Brokage; but Coachhire, and a Supper: He did 1,000 l . more with Batsford , in Lombard-Street , for Darby , Part of the 2,000 l . Being asked, Whose Hand indorsed them?

    Charles I - volume 539, August 1643, 01 August 1643-31 August 1643

    . [ = 1 p . ] Aug. 20. 155. Warrant from Robert, Lord Brooke, authorizing John Brian, minister, of Batsford, or Captain John Bridge, to receive money, plate, or horses for Parliament's use, and the officers at London will Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, November 1697, 01 November 1697-30 November 1697

    for unspecie Bill: he had no brokage but coach here and a supper: he did 1000 l . more with Batsford in Lombard Street for Derby, part of the 2000 l .: being asked whose hands endorsed them: answers, some

    Surnames beginning 'B'

    1.39 Bathurst Jane, 35.21 Bathwick And, ser, 51.8 Batling John, ser, 58.9 Batmaker -, wid, 16.6 Batridge Geo, ser, 32.1 Batsford Thos, £600; Anne, w; Eliz, d, 30.6 Batson : John 6.3 John, app, 12.18 John, hatter, 15.7 ,collr, 15.14

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, A - B

    Bates, John, bri B Bates, Thomas, bri A Bates, Thomas, cp A Bathrust, Edmond, dis B Baton, William, gir B Batsford, Thomas, tai B Batt, George, inn B Battinson, John, lor B Bauks, Benjamin, dis B Bawick, John, clo B

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EDWARDS FREEMAN, Thomas (?1726-1808), of Batsford, Glos.

    Thomas (?1726-1808), of Batsford, Glos. Constituency Dates Steyning 1768 1780 Ofifces Held Director, South Sea Co. 1769. Biography Freeman was returned for Steyning on the interest of Sir John Honywood, 3rd Bt., to whom he was distantly related. He seems

    HODYNGTON, Thomas, of Huddington, Worcs.

    minor in 1350, but must have come of age well before 1375, when he first presented to the church of Batsford in Gloucestershire. His inheritance included the manor of Huddington in Worcestershire, held by his family since the late 13th

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attorney, Mr. Warrand, Mark-lane. W. Villiam,,Lanlrgbonirn-cli-ainbers, Fenchurch-street, merchant. Attorney, Mr. Birdelt, Cloak-lpne. A. Smith, King-street, Cheapside, ScotchI factor. Attorney, M-r. Batsford, Elorseleydown-.ane. W. Bond, Hlounsditch, wafer-ma-nufacturer. Attornies, Messrs. Knightand Fyson, Basinghall-street. J. White, Great Winacester-street, stationer. Attornies, Messrs. Aspital I, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. John st. Bedford roe, 1. and R. Biddle, Cardiff, timber-merchants. [Bourdillon, Bread street L. Levi, Canterbury and Dover, tea-dealer. [Batsford, Horslydown lane A. Goudge, Spital square, pavier. [Church, Spital square. G. 1arris, Derby, woollen-draper. [Adlington and Co. Bedford row. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the 72d year of his age. O(n Monday, in Welbeck street, the Rev. J. B. L. P. Letailleur. At Batsford park, on the 17th inst. the Right Hon. Lord Redesdale, in the S2d year of his age. On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Starey, Croydon, bleachers. [Stoke anJ Hoibingsworth, Cateaton st. I. Ramsey, Devonport-st. master-mariner. [Rooke, Armuurers' -hall. T. Daniel, Chester-st. stone-merchant. [Batsford, Horslydowis-lane, Southwark j: Ellis, Mark-lane, victualler. [Glynes, America-square. Ii, Huntington, Sooth Molton-st. tailor. [Cook and Hunter. New-inn. R. Hall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Callow, Birmningham, silk-mercer. [Gadoden, Fernival's-inn. J. Brunton, Southwick, Durham, ship-builder. [Ogden, St. Mildred's-court, Poultry. J. Boucaut, Albany-road, Camberwell, merchant. [Batsford, Horsleydown-lane. I. Pike, Aylsham, Norfolk, money-scrivener. [Clarke and Co. Lincoln's-inn. 3. Baglev, Liverpool, haberdasher. [Walmsley and Co. Chancery-lane. W. Subscribers-only content

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