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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beaudesert [ Plan of Beaudesert church ]

    Parishes BeaudesertBEAUDESERT Acreage: 1,308. Population: 1911, 187; 1921, 231; 1931, 240. Beaudesert is a small parish lying across the River Alne to the north and west of Henley-in-Arden . The main village, consisting of the church and a single

    Parishes Henley-in-Arden

    or earlier, including the church and Gild Hall, which are nearly midway on the east side at the turning to Beaudesert . Many other buildings have 18th-century exteriors, some probably with earlier remains internally. The Gild Hall dates from the

    Parishes Preston Bagot [ Plan of Preston Ba got church ]

    96 By 1274 the advowson had passed to Peter de Montfort, lord of Beaudesert , who presented in that year, 97 and it continued to descend with Beaudesert (q.v.) 98 until at least 1629, when Sir Francis Smith died seised

    Branston Manor

    10 In 1770 and 1771 all the deer were moved from Sinai park to the Pagets' principal Staffordshire estate at Beaudesert , in Longdon . 11 When the earl of Uxbridge came to Sinai in 1744 and 1757 it was

    Parishes Ullenhall

    husband, and made the house the centre of a literary circle, including the poets Shenstone , 3 Somerville, Jago of Beaudesert , and Richard Graves . The south front of the house, with a lofty portico, was probably built by

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 26th October 1832

    see the monuments. We looked at the monument of Mrs.Ackland 's two children, which is beautiful. We then drove to Beaudesert , the seat of Lord Anglesea . Lord Uxbridge received us at the door and his three children, Eleanor,

    Friday 26th October 1832

    see the monuments. We looked at the monument of Mrs.Ackland 's two children, which is beautiful. We then drove to Beaudesert , the seat of Lord Anglesea . Lord Uxbridge received us at the door and his three children, Eleanor,

    Monday 5th November 1838

    History. He showed me a letter from his sister from Chillingham; she was going to leave it soon, going to Beaudesert , Rowton ( Mr. Lyster 's, and to be in London by the 20th; she is going to Brighton,

    Friday 16th November 1838

    is always going on at Beaudesert ; of when Lord Melbourne was at Beaudesert ; he went over from Melbourne in 29, he said; Melbourne is 10 mile from Burton and Burton is 10 from Beaudesert ; it's quite in

    Monday 12th November 1838

    at first; flogging finishes it all, he says, so well. - He said he had heard from his sister from Beaudesert ; he thinks Mrs. Harcourt the prettiest of the sisters; she certainly did look very pretty. Talked of my

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 The Circuit Walk. Low Leyton.

    I . in the great Rebellion, underwent much Trouble and Danger, married MARGARET eldest Daughter of WILLIAM L. PAGET of BEAUDESERT . By whom he had Issue (besides others that dyed young) Sir WILLIAM HICKES, Kt. and Bart. Sir MICHAEL

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Sir Thomas (1358-98), of Sudeley, Glos.

    seems never to have been any doubt about their rights to the castle and manor of Beaudesert in the same county. Butler’s interest in Beaudesert involved him in several transactions with Thomas Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, and his brother William,

    BEDELL, Arthur, ?of Lichfield, Staffs.

    who probably had a hand in the restoration of the franchise at Lichfield, some four miles from his seat of Beaudesert. However, no connexion has been established between this man and the Arthur Bedell who represented the borough in 1572,

    CUPPER (COUPER), Richard (by 1519-83/84), of London; Powick and Worcester, Worcs.

    1541; jt. (with Arthur Stourton) bailiff, manor of Kenilworth, Warws. 1546; receiver-gen. to 1st, 2nd and 3rd Lords Paget of Beaudesert by 1546-71, to Anne, Lady Paget by 1565; commr. chantries, Herefs. Worcs. 1546, Salop, Staffs. 1548; surveyor, ct. augmentations,

    PAGET, Henry William, Lord Paget (1768-1854), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey and Beaudesert, Staffs.

    (1768-1854), of Plas Newydd, Anglesey and Beaudesert, Staffs. Constituency Dates Caernarvon Boroughs 1790 61796 Milborne Port 1796 June 1804 Milborne Port 1806 Jan. 1810 Ofifces Held Capt. Staffs. militia 1792; lt.-col. Staffs. vols. (aft. 80 Ft.) 1793; lt. 7 R.

    SPENCER, William (c.1552-1609), of Yarnton, Oxon.

    of the Exchequer from 1577. Biography Spencer received a generous portion from his father, including the manor of Ufton and Beaudesert park in Warwickshire, the reversion, after five years, of Thruptown field in Norton by Daventry, and half his goods.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baron fHowland, of Streatham, Snrrey; Henry Paget, Esq. (commonly called Earl of Uxbridge), by the title of Baron Paget, of Beaudesert, Stafford; Georgoe Harry Grey, Esq. (commonly coiled Lord Grey), by the title of Baron Grey, of Groley, Leicestershire ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    attack upon the residence of Sir Robert Peel, near Tamworth. The colliers, in the course of this morning, had visited Beaudesert, the seat of the Marquis of Anglesea, and Ingestrie, the seat of the Earl of Talbot, and, it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    once selects the scholar Auaustine, and his brother Roland; Lady Ellinor, their youthful love; Trevanion, their successful rival; and Sedlev Beaudesert, their early friend. Augustine is one of those beautiful minds in whom affection is wisdom ; in whom the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that of the Marchioness of Conyngham, who was returning to towvn from a visit to her father, Lord Anglesey, at Beaudesert. The Mar- chioness occupied a cesipg of one of the first-class carriages, and was ac- companied by Mr Blake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his children, Lord Berkeley and Lady Florence Paget, and that the Bar- nands and the Bells had visited him at Beaudesert. In October, 185S, Mrs Bell was at Worthing, and on the 23rd of that month, during Mr Bell's absence, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Poyntz Stewart Ward, 29/6/1792

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 84792 Linked to person: Ward, Poyntz Stewart 1789-1821 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ward Forename Poyntz Stewart Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 29/6/1792 Office/Status Curate

 

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