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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stogursey Other estates

    John (d. 1776), and John Berkeley Burland (d. s.p . 1804). The next heir was John Burland Harris , infant great-grandson of John Burland (d. 1746) who in 1835 took the additional surname Burland 90 and died in 1871 .

    Enmore Manors and other estates View of Enmore Castle , 1783

    and was held by the Farthing family until 1664 or later. 86 By 1696 it had been let to the Burland family and by 1752 had been sold to Anne Sweeting , probably by Edward Bayntun Rolt. 87 Betwe en

    Cannington Manors and other estates Plan of Cannington Court

    it to John Burland in 1615 . 52 Simon Venn died before 1614 when his son, also Simon, did homage for his land. 53 In 1615 Burland purchased it from Simon and his mother Maud . 54 Burland already held

    Parishes Wayford

    of Dr. Claver Morris Burland and wife of James Lloyd Harris (d. 1815-16 ) of Uley (Glos.). 68 Three-quarters of the farm passed to Harris 's son John Burland Harris , who later assumed the surname Burland , of New

    Stogursey Economic history

    the parish in the 17th century. 68 Tanning and gloving had been established by the mid 15th century. 69 William Burland (d. 1549) left to his son, also William, his tanning vats, 70 and several generations of the Rawlins family

  • * British History Online * *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix A (2) No. 3

    - - 1818-19 George Best Robinson, Esq. Ditto 400 1818-19 George Best Robinson, Esq. Ditto 500 Robert Burland Hudleston, Esq. Ditto 400 Robert Burland Hudleston, Esq. Ditto 500 Edward Wigram, Esq. Ditto 300 Edward Wigram, Esq. Ditto 400 1820-21 Hugh

    Index of places, A-J

    171. Burghwalles , 183. Burghwallis , 18, 116, 179. Burghwallys , 60, 89, 94, 143, 145. Burglamge als Burland , 152. Burland als . Burglamge , 152. Burley , 26, 130, 152, 165, 178, 193. Burne , 151. Burneby ,

    General Index, B, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    pension pension revoked William, Esq., Under Secretary in Mr. Conway's office, see Secretary of State, Southern Department, Under Secretary (Burke). Burland , John, serjeant-at-law, licences to plead Burlton , Philip, Esq., appointment Burn , Mr., preacher, presentation Burnaby , Rear Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    enjoyed William, Esq., not in Parliament see Secretary of State, Southern Department, Under Secretaries to (Burke), and also Northern Department. Burland , John, Esq., serjeant-at-law, licences to plead Burlington (America), Council at, minutes of Burnaby , Rev. Mr., chaplain to Subscribers-only content

    General Index , B, 01 January 1770-31 December 1172

    or Lieut.-Col., of the 58th Burke , Mr., Receiver General of Grenada, what duties he may act as treasurer for Burland , John, Serjeant-at-law, licences to plead Burlton , John philip, one of the Lord Lieutenant's pages Mr., services in Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    court road, music seller. [Casley, Guildfosd St. Russell square. S Douglas, Poplar, omnibus proprietor. [Brabam, New inn, Strand. J3 Platt, Burland, Cheshire, cheese factor. [Blackstock & Co. Paper buildings, Inner Temple. 3. Booth, Portsea, working jeweller. [Isimey, Chancery lane. J: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot: Lieut WI H Burland to be Capt, by purchase, vice Marston, who 1 retires; Ensign R Fenton to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Tayler, deceaaed, Ensign A H Josselyn to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Burland; J E MacDonuell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all bacvk Irrcrs--- '. r Manchester, mesiding at 2, Witlhiugton hoa . iuneral plume Manufacturer and feather nierbelar Dscrr.L ClmnWEt Burland, Chieshire, toriner; molery ar; L_, dealer, now out of business. S,%ROAi HILL, Jolly Collier c lci, Juact:s= ,rce:, , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the follouiag eteenred Artitta- RObidneon 'Wake 0. hMorrTa Camnsbell H. Williams Williamson Nash Stuanrt Fitzgor-ld Jamec W. ct1orrie Callaow Burland Mcedwlseto Beattie ITeciB Taylor Dolby Whittle Moutagne &o., &,. Hlunt 'wilanus Also, solae line WATER-COLO'UR DRAWINGS, laneding Etilleife, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bagshaw, IThe Heath. Uttoxoter. 23 entries.- Game (any variety): £1. 10s, Mir. C. Swift, Fulford, Stone; 1as., Mr. W. Clark, Burland, Nantwich. 20entries. Gause (single cock, any variety): £1. 10s., Mr. W. Wainwright, Stret- ton-under-Fosae, Rugby; 15s, Mr. T. Stranger, Subscribers-only content

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