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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Teddington Charities

    Teddington Charities CHARITIES. Henry Beckett (d. 1627) and Lady Anne Hyde (will dated 1687) left rent charges of 6 d . a week and £1 a year respectively to the poor. Beckett 's charity was expendable on bread and Hyde

    Parishes Shrivenham

    the Great Western railway. The church and Manor House lie to the north of the road. Beckett Park adjoins the village on the east. Beckett House is the seat of Viscount Barrington , lord of the manor. It is a

    Parishes Chilmark

    triangle of the Street, Beckett 's Lane, and Frog Lane had presumably been formed by c . 1700 when a group of cottages and small farmhouses, several of which survive, stood at the junction of Beckett 's Lane and Frog

    Worthing Social and cultural activites

    Herald , started in 1920 by T. R. Beckett Ltd. (later Beckett Newpapers Ltd.) of Eastbourne , both survived as weekly newspapers in 1976 , the Gazette having been bought by Beckett Newspapers in 1963 . 47 W.S.R.O., Ep. I/29

    Parishes Brown Candover

    north side of the brook; goes north past the 'stan cystel' (Stanchester, an existing field name) and 'Bicanhyrst' (preserved in Beckett 's Down and Bickhurst fields in the northern part of the 700 acres); and so round to 'urde dael'

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Anfoe , .:tgd or areebio cyntaf.- N gaSi yhimtzwerthbl ^gait Mr lFrank.WVright, Fs'q Keiigt~ih ~tY8tLOE , :a Mlr. W 'Beckett, w. ityw ,'hleter.: :, -i--,, SI>B-Afo, -let o'r Gt'br-oruhwylw~yr syddyn ei. wetbyM~difl Bale; ulwehiaw, 1001 o dyatiol- -- s[;aetban.odiwithDdadansoddwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymrddangos i mi lawn mor galed a'r hon a gymerodd le yn y 12fed ganrif rhwng Harri II. a'r Archesgob Beckett, er nad yn hollol o'r uin natur. Ymdrecbf a boliticaidd ydyw, a'i hauican i amddifada y Pabydd- ion o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ion sydd- at ifurf eadair ya "Gadair Thomas A keclkett." Yr bedd traddodiad yn.ygymydogaeth yne y canol'oesdedd fad Thomas k Beckett yn dyfod i eistedd i'r 7gadair hon pan y bjddai yn dyfod i bysgota i lyn heb fod ymkeU Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who had distinguished himselfan the 27th ; and of Bri- gadier~General Langwerth, of the King's Germnan Legion; and ,of Brigade-.ajojr Beckett, of the Guards. Your Lordship will observe, that tihe attacks of the enemy -rere prindiipallv, if not. entkreFy, directed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    answer respecting hbiit! I i Uas stratige that Berengdrl preferred Iegate tl resnasntng ie 64'sgirdy of a messerner. - -r. Beckett wrote again -onr thI SS1 of flay, up to which time Mr. Nerenger had received no nito bey; lI Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BECKETT, John (1775-1847), of Somerby Park, Lincs.

    upon every subject on which I have had any opportunity of conversing with him’. Beckett, in turn, was effusive in his gratitude to Spencer.[footnote]In September 1812 Beckett was offered the Irish under-secretaryship by Peel:Nothing could give me more real pleasure

    BECKETT, John (1775-1847), of Somerby Park, Lincs.

    him of his intention to resign, and Beckett followed him out.[footnote] Canning, anxious to secure Lonsdale’s adhesion to his ministry, was prepared to leave the office of judge advocate unfilled in case Beckett chose to return to it, but he

    ESSEX, William (c.1575-c.1645), of Beckett, Shrivenham, Berks.

    (c.1575-c.1645), of Beckett, Shrivenham, Berks. Constituency Dates Arundel 1597 Stafford 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Berks. from c.1601. Biography Essex’s wardship went to Sir John Fortescue I, contrary to his father’s wish that it should be granted to the boy’s uncle.

    BARRINGTON, William Wildman, 2nd Visct. Barrington [I] (1717-93), of Beckett, Berks.

    Visct. Barrington [I] (1717-93), of Beckett, Berks. Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 13 Mar. 1740 1754 Plymouth 1754 24 May 1778 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Feb. 1746-Apr. 1754; master of the great wardrobe Apr. 1754-10 Oct. 1755; P.C. 11 Mar. 1755;

    SHOTESBROOKE, John, of Ordeston in Ashbury, Berks.

    John, succeeded to Ordeston, and probably also to such other lands as he later held in Berkshire at Aldworth and Beckett in Shrivenham. These holdings, together with his property in Wiltshire, at Purton, Upper Stratton and Broad Blunsdon, were to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 March 1698, 10 March 1699

    others, with Two Bills; gjjj£»with One, intituled, " An Aft for the Sale of the Manors " of Hallwill and Beckett, in the County of Devon, the " Eftate of John Moor, for Payment of Debts:" The other, intituled, " Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1699, 4 May 1699

    the faid Anne " Bridges." " 40. An Aft for the Sale of the Manors of Hal- " will and Beckett, in the County of Devon, the Eftate " of Jahn Moor, for Payment of Debts." '• 41. An Aft Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1774, 21 February 1774

    vicefimum fecundum diem inftantis Februarii, hora un- /on and John Donald/on are Appellants, and Thomas decima Auroras, Dominis fie decernentibus. Beckett and others are Refpondents : And Confideration being had thereof accordingly. Propofed, " To reverfe the Decree complained of.'* Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1784, 28 May 1784

    Houfe 0/ Lords. y£ 1784, Beckett againft Ive» fon et al: " already adduced, if that fhall be allowed, and alfo of " the Facts which they offer to prove by the Examina- " tion of any other Witneffes, and Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1785, 26 January 1785

    into a Recognizance for the faid Appellants, as defired. The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- Beckett ^ ** pointed for hearing the Caufe, wherein OZ/wr PeeX-e// againft Ive« " Efquire, is Appellant, and George Pe/ozz Subscribers-only content


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