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You searched for: Place: Batson, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Horseheath

    1777 by Stanlake Batson . 80 Batson died in 1812 , and was succeeded by his son and namesake 81 (d. 1857), whose son Stanlake Ricketts Batson died in 1871 . The latter's eldest son Stanlake Henry Batson in 1884

    Parishes Binfield

    the poor not receiving parochial relief. In 1785 James Batson , by his will proved in the P.C.C. gave £100 to the parish to be applied as his executor, Edward Batson , might think fit. This sum was invested by

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Wetheral

    a pension of £20 was allotted to the late prior, and smaller sums to Thomas Hartley , John Wytfeld alias Batson , John Clyfton, and John Gale , brethren of the house. On 31 January 1539 -40, Ralf Hartley 's

    Parishes Mixbury

    estates to Stanlake Batson of Horseheath (Cambs.). 90 Batson was succeeded by his son of the same name, who in 1823 sold a large part of the estate to John Harrison of Shelswell . The second Stanlake Batson was followed

    Parishes Ramsbury Ramsbury c. 1828 Ramsbury : the east front of the earl of Pembroke 's house, c . 1567

    of his grandfather Thomas Batson , had taken the surname Batson . Thomas was succeeded in 1759 by his brother Edmund who then changed his name to Thomas Batson . After his death in 1770 Batson 's relict Elizabeth held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parties render it necessary hereafter, when the specified contingencies shall have oc- curred:-- Batson, Isabella, 1031._to be suspended during the life of her husband, Mr Batson. Wellesley, Marchioness, 3001.-to be suspended during the life of the Marquis Wellesley. Croker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at this port, has been asked by the tGovernment to resign5 on the ground of having allowed the American schooner Batson to tranship tish in bond on December 7 last, which case has been referred to by the American Consul-General Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to lt-actl shaolrsiioist's l;usaneris.-IOQ, N e Stre t. c2211 I 1ON-TRADI-.-iureacmanau Wanted, for day turn, in lost. siDl- Apply to Batson aidl Katcliff, Ainchor Ironw,orks,_SmeUtiwiek,ell2 R'tOIMOON GEL-WVanted, a young Maon as Lmaprovertothealove. It-St.atc full particulars to Arthux Sm3ith, Ironmtonger, 11igh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    27,- COLMOR~F ROTV. - TO RE SOLD BY AUCTION. TPY 2&". GRIMLEY & SON (by direction of -" Mr. 0. Batson, rapier-msacbd and Japanned Goods Diann- factureri -tFo: 3, Hospital Strkoet5 Birinlogham, who is relinquish- ing the Blusiness), at Pronmises, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,?Pkxli (.1 uttl Aft. NEWMARKET FIRST SPRING MEETING. YESTERDAY. SwEsrsTAoEs of 50 sovs. each, for four-year-old colts 8st. l01b, and fillies Set. 51b. ; winners extra, and maiden horses allowedilb. Last three uiles of B. C. 5 subs. Mrao' Subscribers-only content

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