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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 2, 26 May 1578, 26 May 1578-26 May 1578

    pr sens Parliamentum, convenere Proceres, quorum nomina subscribuntur: Thomas Vicecomes Howard de Byndon . Thomas Ds. Wentworth . Thomas Ds. Buckhurst . Queen's Commission delivered to be read. QUI cum convenissent, Vicecomes Howard de Byndon Literas Regias Commissarias Antonio Mason

    House of Lords Journal Volume 2, 21 June 1585, 21 June 1585-21 June 1585

    , Miles, Ds. Canc. Angliæ . Henricus Comes Darbie . Franciscus Comes Bedford . Gregorius Dominus Dacre . Thomas Dominus Buckhurst . Queen's Commission delivered to be read. QUI cum consedissent, Thomas Bromley , Miles, Dominus Cancellarius Angliæ , Literas

    Edward VI - Volume 2, August 1547, 01 August 1547-31 August 1547

    August 1547 August 1547 Aug. 30. Westminister. 7. Grant to John Lyon and Alice his wife, of the tenement called Buckhurst alias Monkhill, in the parishes of Woodford and Chigwel, co. Essex, late belonging to the monastery of Stratford Langthorne. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, June 1587, 21-25, 01 June 1587-30 June 1587

    I recompensed." The Hague, 22 June, 1587. Copy, with note by Buckhurst , 1 p . [ Holland XV. f . 139. ] Enclosing , 1. Paper endorsed by Buckhurst "Villiers' declaration of his speech to Dr. Clarke" ; stating

    Index, D, 01 April 1587-31 December 1587

    246 endangered by report of, 247. promises further charges against Buckhurst, 247 Buckhurst asks for charges of 249 replies to Buckhurst, 282-3. Doyly's dealings with, 248-9 Council promises report upon Buckhurst, etc., 294. promise for continuing authority of, 253 dealings

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sandhurst

    part of this property, described as two messuages in Buckhurst and Sandhurst , to Walter Sandys in 1577 25 and another part to Roger Croppe in 1588 . 26 In 1613 Buckhurst and the adjoining house called Cressells (once belonging

    Teddington Manors

    built by Thomas Sackville , Lord Buckhurst (created Earl of Dorset 1604, d. 1608), seems to have originated with Lysons: it was based apparently on the presence in one of the principal rooms of Buckhurst 's arms, with crest and

    Chigwell Manors

    and south-west. 87 The manor of BUCKHURST alias MUNKENHILL alias MONKHAMS probably formed part of Barringtons (see above) until 1135, when William de Montfichet granted to the abbey of Stratford Langthorne his wood of Buckhurst . 88 The grant was

    Woodford Manors

    century. 65 The manor of MONKHAMS alias BUCKHURST alias MUNCKENHILL was a small estate extending into Chigwell . 66 William de Montfitchet endowed the abbey of Stratford Langthorne with his wood of Buckhurst in 1135 , 67 and this became

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Stratford Langthorne

    lordship of (West) Ham , eleven acres of meadow, two mills by the causeway of Stratford , his wood of Buckhurst and the tithe of his pannage. The abbey was dedicated in honour of St. Mary . Henry II by

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GLEMHAM, Sir Henry (d.1632), of Glemham Hall, Suff.

    Glemham’s father-in-law Buckhurst. The Queen learned of Glemham’s meeting with Persons, and on his return to England he found himself in the Fleet, lamenting that ‘by helping my fellow-countrymen over the wall I should break my own neck’. Buckhurst did

    FRERE, Thomas, of East Grinstead, Suss.

    or associates of Sussex magnates, especially the Buckhursts. Frere, a minor Sussex gentleman, returned with Francis Alford, a relative of Buckhurst, probably owed his return to his local standing. Little is known about him. By virtue of his wife’s previous

    ALFORD, Francis (c.1530-92), of Salisbury Court, Fleet Street, London.

    slander me to her Highness.So indebted was Alford to Buckhurst that it is not surprising to find him disapproving of his patron’s refusal to seek the lord chancellorship-an office for which Buckhurst was evidently twice considered. Alford, no doubt with

    HAYDON, Michael (c.1550-1618), of St. Bride's, London and Wanborough, Surr.

    Viscount Montagu and Lord Buckhurst. In February 1605 he was referred to by Buckhurst, now Earl of Dorset and lord treasurer, as his steward and the holder of an office ‘long since’. Perhaps it was Buckhurst who introduced Haydon to

    LEECHE, Richard (d.1596), of Fletching, Suss. and Coleman Street, London.

    Buckhurst’s marriage to Cecily, daughter of (Sir) John Baker†, of Sissinghurst. Buckhurst was his neighbour, always ‘most loving and kind’ to Leeche and his wife, and it is to Buckhurst, with his many court connexions, we must look for an

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 6th September 1834

    Flora breakfasts with her Mother and sisters. At a ¼ to 1 we went with Lady Flora and Lehzen to Buckhurst , the seat of Lord and Lady Delaware . All their children except their two eldest sons were there,

    Saturday 6th September 1834

    Flora breakfasts with her Mother and sisters. At a ¼ to 1 we went with Lady Flora and Lehzen to Buckhurst , the seat of Lord and Lady Delaware . All their children except their two eldest sons were there,

    Wednesday 10th September 1834

    we lunched. At a ¼ past 1 we went with Lady Flora, dear Lehzen, and Lady Conroy in carriages to Buckhurst . We then mounted our horses and rode out with Lord and Lady Delawarr , Lady Charlotte Gordon ,

    Wednesday 10th September 1834

    we lunched. At a ¼ past 1 we went with Lady Flora, dear Lehzen, and Lady Conroy in carriages to Buckhurst . We then mounted our horses and rode out with Lord and Lady Delawarr , Lady Charlotte Gordon ,

    Wednesday 8th October 1834

    breakfasted. At 11 we mounted our horses and rode with Lady Flora, dear Lehzen, Victoire, Mr.R.West and Sir J.Conroy to Buckhurst . I rode Taglioni. We reached it at 1. We lunched there. We then mounted our horses again and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddarostwng y gaethfasnach .ydd yn ceael ei dwn ymnlaen mewn rhai o ynysoedd Mor y De.-Mewn cydsyniad a chynygiad Arglwydd Buckhurst addawodd Iarll Morley ddwyn ymlaen ad- roddiad o gyfrifon y plant Pabaidd sydd yn ysgolilon y Tlotai yn Lloegr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    larll Leitrim ddwyn mesur ymlaen er gwella a rhanan o Gyfraith y Tir (Iwerddon); a chydoyniwyd i a chynygiad Arglwydd Buckhurst am gael ymchwfliad 5 i ansawdd y trefniadau gyda golwg ar y ffyrdd haiarn yn ngwahanol barthau y. deyrnas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 on Mango. This was one of the closest races, short of a dead heat, ever seen at Ascot. The Buckhurst Dinner Stakes of 200 sov. each. Lord Exeter's Corban-Conolly I Lord Lichfield's Cassandra 2 Lord Exetet's Adrian ~ 3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrived at Dover shortly Hter one, and left bh the three o'clock train for the Penshurst station, en route for Buckhurst park. the seat of the Eirl Delawarr. Prince Edward of Sitxe Weimar and other guests assembled accompanied Lord Dela. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    just after bis arrival. ACCIDEtNT TO LtI)Y DELAWvAtitl.-Hcr Ladyship had a providential escapt frout drowlising, ia few days since, at. Buckhurst par liHr ladyship, accompanied by the Hons. Lionel andt W. P W est. sitd the Ladies Mlary aitd Arabella Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Peers and baronets., 1872

    Francis William Fitzhardinge , Lobd FlTZHAEDLNGE. 442. Heney, Loed Annaly'. 443. RicnABD Monckton, Loed Houghton . 444. Reginald Windsoe, Loed Buckhurst . 445. John, Lord Romilly . 446. Thomas George , Lobd Noethbeook. 447. James, Loed Baeeogill (Eael of Caith¬ Subscribers-only content

    The reform of London government and the advantages of one municipality, 1882

    , S.E. Hon. Secretaries. Alfred Bool. Fbedk. Long, 165, Jamaica-road , S.E. TOWER HAMLETS . Chairman. B. N. Buxton , Buckhurst -hill. Hon. Secretary. J, Hall, 102, Whitechapel-road . WESTMINSTER . Chairman. Bight Hon. Sir Arthur Hobhouse , Q.C. 15, Subscribers-only content

    Recent measures for the p romotion of education in England., 1830

    My Lord, Your Lordship's most obedient Servant, The Right Honourable H. EXETER . The Lord John Russell , fyc. §-c. Buckhurst , Oct. 15th, 1839 . My Lord, I have had the honour of receiving your Lord¬ ship's letter of Subscribers-only content

 

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