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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SCOCE, William.

    who lived at Lupridge, Devon, and bef. 1397 m. Rose, wid. of John Herewodeshore (Reg. Stafford ed. Hingeston-Randolph, 327), or the namesake who, in 1424, lived at Brownston in Modbury in the same county (CPR, 1422-9, p. 313; C1/7/85, 9/172).

    GARTH, John (1701-64), of Brownston (or Garth) House, Devizes.

    (1701-64), of Brownston (or Garth) House, Devizes. Constituency Dates Devizes 26 Feb 1740 24 Dec. 1764 Ofifces Held Recorder, Devizes 1732-d. Biography John Garth came of a family settled in the 17th century at Bolam, co. Durham. His uncle, Sir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    February lact. Defendants were flincd £15, each and costs. At a late hour on Wednesday pight the body of William Brownston, who cotnmitted suicide by hanging himself in the police station at Nottingham. was buried, without any religious services, by Subscribers-only content

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    26th Company Army Service Corps.-7964 Private C. H. Clarke, enteric, May 24. DEWETSDORP. 3rd Division, Ammunition Column, R.F.A.-77407 Gunner 3. Brownston, enteric, May 24. KROONSTAD. Royal Army Medical Corps.-Private Shepherd, enteric, May 24. 1st Yorkshire Regiment-2607 Private F. Rouse, enteric. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taking the same amount of bail as before. Suicide in a Police Cell.- On Tuesday afternoon a refreshment-house keeper, named Brownston, 69 years of a^e, was arrested at Nottingham under a warrant for a criminal assault upon a girl who Subscribers-only content

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    forms o. building- tbere is no architect's bill to pay. tea- to See Ebb. - Caller : " Is Mrs. Brownston at home ? " Servant : " Yes'm. She'll too at heme all the erenin'. It's my night out." Subscribers-only content

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    among others, E. Leveson-Gower, Sir J. M. Hogg, D. J. Jenkins, Sir J. St. Aubyn, and A. P. Vivian. At Brownston Cross, three and a half miles from Modbury, a farm labourer, named John Robert Ward, was kicked to death Subscribers-only content

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