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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FAIRFAX, Sir Nicholas (1498/9-1571), of Gilling Castle and Walton, Yorks.

    Yearsley, adjoining Gilling, which brought him into conflict with his neighbour Sir William Bellasis. Fairfax wanted to ‘improve’ 1,000 acres of the common at Yearsley, whereas Bellasis, who bought the manor, claimed that he had ‘beast gates’ there. The dispute

    BELLASIS, Thomas (1577-1653), of Brenke and Newborough, Yorks.

    BELLASIS, Thomas (1577-1653), of Brenke and Newborough, Yorks. Constituency Dates Thirsk 1597 Thirsk 1614 Thirsk 1621 Thirsk 1624 Biography As a young man of 20, Bellasis was returned for Thirsk, some eight miles from the family seat, no doubt through

    STARKEY, John (by 1503-54), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Cromwell’s aid for the furthering of a petition from Canterbury to the King: in November 1539 he wrote to Dr. Bellasis, to whom on Cromwell’s order he had delivered the petition, to remind him of it and to ask him

    BELLASIS, Henry (1555-1624), of Newborough, Yorks.

    BELLASIS, Henry (1555-1624), of Newborough, Yorks. Constituency Dates Thirsk 1586 Thirsk 1589 Thirsk 1593 Aldborough 1597 Thirsk 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Yorks (N. Riding) c.1586-7, c.1594-6, 1601-d.; sheriff, Yorks. 1603-4; member, council in the north 1603-d. Biography Bellasis was a

    GREEN, William (by 1512-54/55), of Woodford and Downton, Wilts.

    of Heale, which at first sight appears unlikely, is established by his letter of 8 Nov. 1539 to Dr. Anthony Bellasis recalling that Cromwell had promised him either the monastery of Alnwick or that of Blanchland, should either be dissolved,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Midland circuit; Mr Alexander, of the Oxford circuit; Mr Hildyard, Northern circuit; and Mr J. Parker. The following gentlemen were also sworn in as Serjeants-at-]aw:-Mr Bellasis, Mr Kingslake, of the Western circuit, and Mr Chadwick Jones, of the Home circuit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    merchant-Ballantyne and Hughes, Edinburgh, printers. BIRTHS. On the 20th instant, at Qaernmore park, near Lancaster, the wife of Mr Serjesnt Bellasis, of a daughter. On the 8th instant, at Florence, the wife of B. Herschel Babbage, Esq., of a daughter. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jostn Htandley, Esq., of Mask- ham Grange,illotts. TEED-BELLASIS-February 22, G. Teed, Esq., Gray's inn, to Ann Susan, widow of Major-General Bellasis. LAKE- CURTIS.-Febrsary 22, Captain Atwell Lake, of the Madras Engineers, third son of the late Sir James William Lake, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Etnerson Tennent, Rnt., to be Governor of St Helena.-' London Gazette,' Tuesday, December 31. We understand that Mr Sergeant Bellasis has been received into the Roman Catholic Church. The French papers announce likewise the conversion to that church of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot, to be Blrigadier-Gencrals with tbe arety serving in Turkey, while sa eltplayeti. MEtORANDUM. -The ctenmission of Slejor J. B. Bellasis. of th 91: th Biombay Native Infantry, to be Lieueteiist-coloeiel in the Aromy ii thc East Indics, tee bear Subscribers-only content


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