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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Marlow LITTLE MARLOW

    held by their son Borlase Warren in 1701 . 56 By 1754 the manor had descended to his son John Borlase Warren , 57 who died in 1763 , leaving Marlow to his son Admiral John Borlase Warren , 58

    Parishes Stratton Audley STRATION AUDLEY

    in 1703 , but her son Borlase Warren seems to have held Stratton by 1701 . 106 Borlase Warren (d. 1747) was succeeded by John Borlase Warren , (d. 1763) and Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren , 107 the distinguished

    Parishes Great Marlow

    one of the older portions of the town. Here is the Borlase school , founded in 1624 , in memory of his 'good son' Henry, by Sir William Borlase , as a free school for twenty-four boys. 28 The almshouses

    Parishes Preston Bissett

    his grandson John, son of Parnel Borlase . 59 The Borlase family (whose descent is given under Little Marlow , q.v.) retained Preston for the next fifty years . 60 In 1594 William Borlase combined with Mary his wife to

    Cherry Hinton Churches

    by influential churchmen, in the early 18th century. 58 Walter Serocold, minister 1758-89 , was succeeded by his son-in-law George Borlase . 59 In 1807 the vicar acted as chaplain to the Cambridge county gaol. 60 During the 19th century

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BORLASE (BURLAS), Andrew (d.c.1413), of Borlase 'Frank' in St. Wenn, Cornw.

    BORLASE (BURLAS), Andrew (d.c.1413), of Borlase 'Frank' in St. Wenn, Cornw. Constituency Dates Truro 1395 Biography The home of the Borlase family, some 15 miles from Truro, was long known as Borlase ‘Frank Taillefer’ after the first members of the

    BORLASE, John (1667-1754), of Pendeen, St. Just, Cornw.

    BORLASE, John (1667-1754), of Pendeen, St. Just, Cornw. Constituency Dates St Ives 1705 1710 Ofifces Held Stannator, Blackmore 1710; ?dep. recorder, St. Ives by 1710–aft. 1721. Biography Borlase’s grandfather, who was said to be descended from the Borlase family of

    BORLASE, John (c.1527-93), of Little Marlow, Bucks.

    BORLASE, John (c.1527-93), of Little Marlow, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. from 1573, sheriff, Bucks. and Beds. 1567-8, Bucks. 1588-9. Biography Borlase may be regarded as the founder of the Buckinghamshire family which came into prominence

    BORLASE, Humphrey (c.1634-1709), of Truthan, St. Erme, Cornw.

    BORLASE, Humphrey (c.1634-1709), of Truthan, St. Erme, Cornw. Constituency Dates Mitchell 12 Feb 1673 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Cornw. 1664-80, recusants 1675; stannator, Penwith and Kerrier 1686; j.p. and dep. lt. Cornw. 1687-9, sheriff 1687-8. Biography Borlase came from

    WARREN, Borlase (1677-1747), of Stapleford, Notts.

    WARREN, Borlase (1677-1747), of Stapleford, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1713 301715 Nottingham 1727 15 May 1747 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Notts. 1703-4. Biography Returned for Nottingham as a Tory in 1713, Warren lost his seat in 1715. His name was sent

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pob dernyn o hen yIgrifen sydd W yn y Public Record Office i fyny i'r 12fed ganrif, yw D Mr. Borlase, A.S., is-lywydd y Gymdeithas Hynaf- b, iaethol, a r is-lywydd yw Ardalydd Bate. ri Y mae yr S. P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at y dar. ei llenwyd papyrac atr '§ Ddarganfyddiadau dieddar W offeryeaU callestr eyn-hanesiol ye America,' gan W. ar C. Borlase, Yaw., AS., P.R.S.; Cerf-argraffiadau a nt Z ddarganfyddwyd yn Hungary, a gweithfeydd Traan yr s ar y Danube," gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Mr. Borlase yn un helaeth ao yn en nodwedd gyffredinol yr oaddynt yr nu fath - bethan ag a gloddir i tyny ya y wlad hon a gwledydd r eraill Ewrop, Ar ol yr araeth gan Mr. Borlase, cyf' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Men of Invention and Industry!' Yl gan Dr. G. Sniles,ardwr ' Self.Help.' me Mae cefnogwyr y Meant a ddygodd Mr. Borlase i gai f Dy y Cyffredin y llymedd, i drefnu gyaa golug sr ag 7gadwraetb ben gofrestran, trwy en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bywiolaethan Eglwvs-g gan Mr. Leatham, a Mesur i Gau y Tafarnau ar y Sabbath yn c } Cornwall gan Mr. Borlase. IC f _- gi v Torodd yr anesmwythder yn Spaen allan ' di a jymhlith cwinni bychom o filwyr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1822, 6 March 1822

    made in a certain Cause, wherein The Reverend Frederick William Holme Clerk, Burgh Leighton Esquire and Jane his Wife, Ann Borlase Widow, Mary Meyrick Holme Spinster, and Harriet Holme Spinster, were Plaintiffs, and The Reverend Edmund Lalley, Henry Martin, The Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1822, 26 March 1822

    PRAYERS. The Answer of The Reverend Frederick William Holme Bankes Clerk, Burgh Leighton Esquire and Jane his Wife, Ann against Borlase Widow, Mary Meyrick Holme Spinster, Harriet Holme et Holme Spinster, The Reverend Edmund Lalley, Henry Martin, The Reverend George Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1824, 14 June 1824

    made in a certain Cause wherein The Reverend Frederick William Holme Clerk, Burgh Leighton Esquire, and Jane his Wife, Ann Borlase Widow, Mary Meyrick Holme Spinster, and Harriet Holme Spin¬ ster, were Plaintiffs, and The Reverend Edmund Lalley, Henry Martin, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    in the success of the late campaign in India; lv. 39. Thompson, Rear Admiral:—See s«y>ra, 128. 144. Warren, Sir John Borlase, Bart, and K.B.; For his successful exertions, &c. on the 12th of October 1798, in the total defeat of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    the ships under his command, in the glorious defence of Saint John D'Acre, &c.; lv. 8. 163. Warren, Sir John Borlase, Bart. :—The services of the Seamen and Marines on board the several ships engaged with the ' French squadron Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The alleged massacre of 1641., 1887

    by direct order of the government itself or its officers ; as when Ormond was com¬ missioned by Parsons and Borlase to drive the rebels from a station a few miles from Dublin , his orders were ' to burn Subscribers-only content

    The alleged massacre of 1641., 1887

    bellion of 1641 began with a general massacre of Protestants, is entirely untrue. " The Supposed Massacre. The character of Borlase and Parsons, who were the chief governors of Ireland upon the breaking out of the insurrection ' powerfully influenced Subscribers-only content

    The alleged massacre of 1641., 1887

    you as aforesaid. Witness our right trusty and well-beloved counsellours, Sir William Parsons , Knight and Baronet; and Sir John Borlase , Knight, our Justices of our said realms of Ireland : Dublin , 23rd of December, in the seventeenth Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    minister resided with the Pidwell family; this custom was discontinued when Mr. Foxell married Miss Borlase , though Mr. Samuel Pidwell , one of the representatives of the family, still continued to be a great supporter of the chapel. Close Subscribers-only content

    Important speech on agricultural topics: (Liberal meeting at Bucklow Hill); ... delivered on Monday, July 27th, 1885., 1885

    long as farmers are prevented from meeting competition with their hands unshackled as they should be. (Applause.) My friend, Mr. Borlase , who represents the farmers of East Cornwall , and a terrible Radical, brought in an amendment upon the Subscribers-only content

 

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