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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wambrook

    over 700 ft. West of the ridge, in the NW. part of the parish, lie the settlement of Wortheal , Bickham wood, and another valley, at the foot of which the land drops to 400 ft. Most of the higher

    Parishes Old Cleeve

    in the cloth trade. Cloth manufacture was probably most significant in the 17th century, involving three generations of the prosperous Bickham family 222 and at least seven other clothiers, a dyer, and weavers in the second half of the century

    Index

    de Chandos , 108, 193 Ermington ( Devon ), 21 Escott : Anna Sweet , 182-3 Revd. Bickham (d. 1754), 71 Revd. Bickham (d. 1801), 71, 182 Revd. E. H. Sweet , 182 Eliz., m. Dan. Francis Blommart, 21, 71

    Index A-J

    his w. Agnes, Bevyle : Agnes, w. of John, see Beaupyne John, Bewdley (Worcs.) , Bible Christians , Biccombe ( Bickham ) : Geo., Hugh, Iseult, see Crowcombe John, Maud , m. Hugh Smythe , Nic., -, w. of Nic.,

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Candlewick Ward, St Michael West Precinct

    , Edward 3.60 18.00 0.00 0.00 Whitehill , John 5.60 28.00 2.40 200.00 Lowe , John 4.00 20.00 0.00 0.00 Bickham , John 4.60 23.00 0.30 25.00 Hall , William 4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Haws , - (Widow) 12.00 60.00

    Biographical Appendix, 1827-8 Committee

    (1752-1835): Dissenting Deputy; treas., Old Jewry congregation, Jewin St; Dr Williams's trustee; Presbyterian Board; friend of John Cartwright, American colonies. Bickham, Thomas: of 32 Highbury Place; Dissenting Deputy. Bompas, Charles (1791-1844): serjeant-at-law, western circuit; Dissenting Deputy; resided 9 King's Bench

    General Index, B, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    , see Beamond. Beck , Ralph, 109 -, Thomas, 2, 167 Beckett , Peter, 328 Beckford , William, 225 Beckham [Bickham ] , Alexander, 301 Beckingham , William, 122 Bedam [Beadom ] -, Ann, 183 4 -, Francis, 111 -,

    America and West Indies, May 1681, 16-31, 01 May 1681-31 May 1681

    ] May 17. New Hampshire. 107 . The representation of Major Nicholas Shapleigh, Captain Francis Champernoun, Walter Barefoot, and William Bickham, to the King. We beg to lay before you the condition of New Hampshire. The greater part of the

    Index, B, 01 January 1681-31-Dec-1984

    places of trust, 561, 566. -,-, re-arrested, 776, 796. -,-, released, 1672. Beversham , William, 24. Bewick , Thomas, 879. Bickham , William, letter signed by, 107. Bideford (Devo n), complaint from Mayor of, 1493. Biggs , Mary, 1612. -,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELFORD, Jonathan (1684-1755), of Bickham, Devon.

    (1684-1755), of Bickham, Devon. Constituency Dates Saltash 19 Dec. 1710 1715 Fowey 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Commr. of public accounts June-Oct. 1714. Biography Returned as a Tory in 1715, Elford voted against the Administration in every recorded division. His name

    ELFORD, Jonathan (1684-1755), of Bickham, Devon

    (1684-1755), of Bickham, Devon Constituency Dates Saltash 19 Dec. 1710 1715 Fowey 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Commr. public accounts 17 June–Oct. 1714. Biography Elford’s father was connected with several of the chief families in Devon. However, the family also possessed

    ELFORD, William (1749-1837), of Bickham, Devon.

    (1749-1837), of Bickham, Devon. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1796 211806 Rye 21 July 1807 July 1808 Ofifces Held Recorder, Plymouth 1797-1833, Totnes 1832-4. Ofifces Held Lt. S. Devon militia 1788, capt.-lt. 1790, capt. 1792, and maj. 1795, 1st maj. 1797, lt.-col.

    GROSVENOR, Hon. Robert (1801-1893).

    the stamp duties on newspapers, 19 Mar. Indicating that his support for reform, on which he corresponded with the anti-refomer Bickham Estcott†, had strengthened since he and Egerton had issued an equivocal joint statement, 5 Mar., he presented their constituents’

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1001. from each subscriber, yet he found par- ties willing to pat down subscriptions to the amount of 1.0001. (Cheers.)-Air Bickham was commissioned to hand several subscriptions; first, 1001. from 3Mr James Proctor, also 1001. from his (Mr B.'s) brother, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MOTION-AyEs, Acton, Colonel East, J. B. Mardland, H. Adderley, C. B. Elphinstone, H. Martin, T. B. Allix, John P. Escott, Bickham Master, T. W. C. Antrobus, Edmund Fielden, John Mordaunt, Sir J. Arkwright. George Fellowes, E. Morgan, Octavius Bateson, Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Platt . . 150 R. Ashton . 500 E. Arnaitagc . 100 T. Ashton . . 400 Reddish and Bickham 100 R. Lees and Sons . 400 J. Procter . . 100 W. Bayley & Brothers 300 T. Thomasson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    announced the following subscriptionsasalready re. ceived in Bolton, and as intended to head the subscrip- tions in the room:-Messrs Callender, Bickham, and Cross (double their subscription of last year), 2001.; Messrs H. and E. Ashwortb, 2001. ; Messrs J. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Callender, Esq.,; Samuel Lees, Esq.; Alderman Shuttleworth; Alderman Hervey; J. Grundy, Esq., of Park Hills; F. P. Thomson, Esq.; W. Bickham, Esq.; and Thomas Bazley, Esq., president of the Chamber of Commerce. The Chairman, in opening the proceedings, said: "Gen- Subscribers-only content

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