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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hanbury

    passed to Edward Bearcroft , 145 who died without issue in 1793 , and the estates came into the family of his cousin Elizabeth wife of Robert Longcroft . 146 Her grandson Edward Henry assumed the name Bearcroft in 1822

    Parishes Tibberton

    dean and chapter, and was in 1666 and at the beginning of the 19th century in the possession of the Bearcroft family. 58 The church house of Tibberton was granted in 1573 -4 to John and William Mersh . 59

    Parishes Balsham Balsham , 1617

    Essex ', Essex Jnl . viii. 113-15. Bentham , Hist. Ely , i. 196; Charterho. Mun., Foundation of Charterho. P. Bearcroft , Hist. Acct. of Thos. Sutton and his Foundation in Charterhouse ( 1737 ), 63. C 2/Jas. I/H 29/24.

    Townships Curborough and Elmshurst CURBOROUGH AND ELMHURST 1987

    sold it to Ralph Coton of London , who in turn sold it to Thomas Bearcroft , rector of Walton upon Trent (Derb.). In 1680 Bearcroft left it to his nephew and namesake. It remained in the family until 1761,

    Parishes West Wickham

    390 Thomas Bromley , Lord Montfort , had chosen as curate a disreputable crony, Philip Bearcroft (d. 1776). 391 The parish was served after Bearcroft 's death by John Maule , rector of Horseheath 1776- 1825 . In 1807 he

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    recommend you to clip his witigs' Muchl more genial, though not always very scru- pulous, overe those of Erskine. But Bearcroft -was the man for sacrificing even his client to his jest. He was a sarcastic recorder of the Beefsteak Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w wards on the parish,, We suppose there canr be no baOrl EW in saying that this man was Seijeant Bearcroft. The other case is hardly better. It was that of a clergyman deprived of a large fortune by the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    under oII d.the Comnmand of Major Egerton (Adjutant of the 4th hi Battalion), thle other officerst present being Captain tc Bearcroft andI Lieutenant Castle. Jlust outside w a the sain a guard of honour, furnished by rr Sh Worcestersh roR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rank and file on parade. The officers present were Colonel Norbury (commandant), Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. . . Allsopp; Majors Chillingworth, Bearcroft, and Everard ; Captains Colby, Anderson, 31. Berkeley, Featherstonhaugh, and Collas; Lieutenants Meuse, Spear, Adams, Hobson, Wodehouse, Porter, Edwardes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Revds. J. Pearson, G. R. Gray, C. J. Sale, H. J. Hastings, T. Baker, A.. I Leehmere, G. R. Clifton, Bearcroft, and Raymond; W. Hosofray, Esq., W. 'R. Ricketts, Esq., J. S. Pakington, Esq., J. G. Watkins, Esq., C. R. Subscribers-only content


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