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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Whitchurch

    12 ; Culver Close , Pryors Meade, Cordry Moores, Butt Close, Bottom Down , Little Priddle , Evingdale, Bloswood Lane, Burridge Feild and Winter Hill ( 1650 ). 13 The commons were inclosed in 1798 . 14 The elementary school,

    Parishes Mildenhall Mildenhall c. 1842

    and west parts of the tithing. There was also a common cow down, the location of which is not known. Burridge down provided demesne pasture, which was probably several, and was the site of a rabbit warren. 167 In the

    Parishes Sedgehill

    and Goddard, Helyar to Widmore , 1717; W.N. & Q . iii. 523. S.R.O., DD /WHh 1032, deed, Helyar to Burridge , 1766. For the Helyars, Burke, Land. Gent . ( 1937 ), 1088. S.R.O., DD /WHh 1036, deed, Helyar

    Little Bedwyn LITTLE BEDWYN c . 1820 The North Arcade Of The Church

    near the heath. 12 The sites of two were deserted in the 19th century. 13 At the third, Burwood (later Burridge ) Heath Farm , a new house was built in 1909 , 14 and by 1998 farm buildings had

    Index A-Z

    , John, vicar of Puriton , Burnham ( Burnham on Sea) , Huish , revel, Worston , Burrell , Abr., Burridge : John, Rob., Burrowbridge , Burrow Mump (Mount), inn, nonconf., Burtle (in Catcott , Chilton Polden and Edington ),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURRIDGE, John (c.1651-1733), of Lyme Regis, Dorset.

    BURRIDGE, John (c.1651-1733), of Lyme Regis, Dorset. Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 1689 Lyme Regis 1690 Lyme Regis Dec. 1701 Lyme Regis 1702 Lyme Regis 1705 Lyme Regis 1708 Ofifces Held Freeman, Lyme Regis 1676, capital burgess by 1679, mayor

    BURRIDGE, John II (c.1681-1753), of London and Lyme Regis, Dorset

    BURRIDGE, John II (c.1681-1753), of London and Lyme Regis, Dorset Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 1710 28 Feb 1728 Ofifces Held Freeman, Lyme Regis 1704, mayor 1726–7. Biography Burridge broke with the tradition of his family, whose mercantile activities had hitherto

    BURRIDGE, Robert (1656-1717), of Peter Street, Tiverton, Devon

    BURRIDGE, Robert (1656-1717), of Peter Street, Tiverton, Devon Constituency Dates Tiverton 28 Nov. 1702 1708 Ofifces Held Freeman, Lyme Regis 1688; receiver-gen. of taxes, Devon and Exeter 1696–1702; alderman, Tiverton, bef. 1698, mayor 1698–9, 1709–10. Biography Burridge, a merchant engaged

    BURRIDGE, John I (c.1651-1733), of Lyme Regis, Dorset

    BURRIDGE, John I (c.1651-1733), of Lyme Regis, Dorset Constituency Dates Lyme Regis 1689 1695 Lyme Regis Dec. 1701 1710 Ofifces Held Freeman, Lyme Regis 1676, capital burgess by 1679, mayor 1680–1, 1696–7, 1715–16. Biography Burridge, a merchant in Lyme Regis

    BURRIDGE, John (?1681-1753), of London and Lyme Regis, Dorset.

    Biography John Burridge came from a family of Lyme Regis merchants, who provided ten mayors for the borough between 1656 and 1726. His uncle John Burridge represented Lyme Regis in six Parliaments, 1689-95 and 1701-10. By 1706 Burridge had become

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waio sa~denljly taken. ili, ani carried to a neighlboAriug l~b"C- I oiaer, wvbere ho expired. Ai Grreitifield, neer Amptitill,, Wm. Burridge, labeorer, agel 90 year,, A lio had regularly for 32 years walked froin IsI, citt .rth AnPpliilol-ik, atveriltiog abonit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of prosecuting John lPble Burridge, attorney, fo an assault. Mr. Burridgie appeared very much 'agitated, and was allotted to have seat within the har'.-Mr. Bnuridge pleisded "'not guilty." Mr. - C. F; Williams said, wvhilst Mr. Burridge was at large Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swallow (at York) for breach of promise of marriages 523. .William Staiuforth tried for rape at Nottingham, 524.. Williams v. Burridge, (at Winchester) for assault, 524..Brown v. Dallymore (at Salisbury) for injury done by defendant's van, 524, .Johbt Carrol and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the night of the robbery. The prisoner was remanded until Monday. Mt ARY-LE-BONE. INGRATITUSDRl AND FELONY.-For the last two days, Burridge. a very active officer of this office, has been engaged in endeavouring to trace one Jose,7.7h Lagasca, a trefugeee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFICE, JUNE 15, 1838. 3d Ligbt Dragoons- Lieut. Hon. C. Powys, from the 15th Lt. Dragoons, to be lieutenant, vice Burridge, who exchanges, Nov. 13, 18St?. 10th Lt. Dragoons-Lieut.-Col. J. Vandeleur, frose the half. pay Unattached, to he Lieutenant Colonel, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1703, 23 March 1704

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 703, Burridge j Harris and Burridge. Admiral Greydon's Wimefles: Herberti Doftor Adams; Burt. " thought he had belt to take an Houfe in Town. " And he further faid, " He would never Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1822, 4 June 1822

    tried before. 4°-5u Junii. ^.1822. Burridge & Cluer's Peti¬ tion relative to. Tanning Leather. Agricultural Distress & Reform, Peti¬ tion from North Greenhoe respecting, rejected. several Quarter Sessions of Ireland, during Five Years last past; distinguishing Causes respecting Subtraction of Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1825, 18 March 1825

    of the said Cause be put off to Tuesday next. After hearing Counsel, in Part, in the Cause wherein William Burridge Cabbell, and others, are Appellants, and Walter Brock is Respondent: It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of the Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1825, 21 March 1825

    et a1. The Order of the Day being read for hearing Counsel v. Brock. further in the Cause wherein William Burridge Cabbell, and others, are Appellants, and Walter Brock is Respon¬ dent ; Counsel were accordingly called in : And Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1825, 24 March 1825

    " the Petitioners William Burridge Cabbell and Robert " Brown, and the said Bank Company, appeared some- " times in the Name of the Bank Company and some- " times in the individual Names of William Burridge " Cabbell and Subscribers-only content

 

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