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  • * Victoria County History *

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

    Hawkins family, later by C. W. Hawkins & Sons. 44 Burwood Heath . Its name in the 12th century suggests that Burwood , 45 presumably the land later called Burwood heath, was then woodland, and some or all of it

    Teddington Manors

    husband George Head , who survived her. 27 By 1862 the manor was held by the Revd. Joseph Barton and Burwood Godlee, who were the devisees of one of the trustees of T. W. Smith 's will. The manorial estate

    Parishes Walton on Thames

    Drake, who held the bishop's manor in Esher (q.v.), lived at Burwood , 107 and Mr. Latton , who sold the manor to the Duke of Newcastle , retained Burwood , where he died in 1777 . 108 The arms

    Paddington Tyburnia

    Terrace from 1843 to 1846 . The painter Benjamin Robert Haydon ( 1786-1846 ) lived nearby in the slightly older Burwood Place, off Connaught Square, from 1839 or earlier until his suicide. The civil engineer Robert Stephenson ( 1803-59 )

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    West; Prebendal) workho., and see Bedwyn estate; Bedwyn prebend; Ford , mill Bedwyn , Little, adv., agric., boundaries, brickworks, bridges, Burwood heath, q.v . canal, chaplain, char., Chisbury , q.v . ch., common pasture, conservation area, ct., Crabtree common, curates,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _:~~~~~~~~~~~7- :. - ; - - ~MA ititru.:::.. . :: . On the 23rd ult. Henry Westear, Egq. of, Burwood, Walton-on-Thames, sta Emma; youngest daughter of William Leaf, gag, of Eastt Dttwic Surrey_ . ' t, Onr, te aSti Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place, East street, comrtercial agent. [HavY an Co. Lincoln's inn fields. W- Jeffs, Kenningtonecommon brewer. [StevensLit StTbomsApt M. W. Becher, Burwood mews, horse dealer. (Evitt, Hayden square. T. Hind, Queen street, victualler. [ClutonstHili 4.reet, Southwark. IW. otherwise W. V. Spencer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to meet any Artist or Critic before the " Cas- sandra," and defend it inch by inch. B. R. Hxrnosw. Burwood Place, April 21, 1835. Mr Haydon objects to our judgment, and prefers his own. This is perfectly natural. We Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    22d inst. Mrs Haydon, Burwood place, Connaught terrace, of a son. MARRIAGES. On the 22d inst. at St Luke's clurch, Old street, by the Rev. D. G.. Wait, LL.1D. Domneatic Chaplain to the Right Hen. Lord Langford, and Rector of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. MANAGING DIRECTOR-Captain Pringle, R.E. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE. Hon. C. Compton Cavendish, M.P. Edward Graham, Rsq. Herbert B. Curteis, Esq. M.P. Burwood Godlee, Esq. Howard Elphinstone, Esq. M.P. Edmund Halswell, Esq. J. Minet Fector, Esq. M.P. John Langford, Esq. F. North, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1645, 01 January 1645-31 December 1645

    with his answer, xx s ." 6 pp. (2) Arrears at Cranborne. Inter alia: "The arreres for the Castlehill and Burwood copices for the three last yeares come to 50 1 12 s 2 d . It is humbly desird

    Index, B, 01 July 1610-30 June 1613

    663; the Duke appeals to, re Mantua, 840, sends Count Ruffia to, 842, Parkhurst's declaration at, 854. Bernoud . See Burwood. Bertie , Robert, Lord Willoughby of Eresby, to command in Sweden, 373, 387, embarks his men, 462, 548, 567.

    Cecil Papers, 1625, 01 January 1625-31 December 1625

    of him. He would welcome an opportunity to submit his case to him in person. Complains further of abuses at Burwood where cattle are kept in the coppices, trees of great value cut down and outhouses built by Hooper who,

    Sessions, 1615, 24 and 25 May, 26 April 1615-26 May 1615

    glover, all of the same, all for the peace. John Dillanowe, Richard Smythe and John Burwood of St. Katherine's, yeomen, vagrant persons. The said Burwood to be sent by pass to "Chempton" [Chelmondiston ] , co. Suffolk, and the constable

    Index, B, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    Stephen, p. 337, p. 507. -, Thos., p. 239, 314. -, Wm., p. 238. -, -, his wife, p. 238. Burwood , John, 533. Bushell , Capt., 55. -, William, 357. Butcher , Fras., 77, 603. Butler (of Suss ex),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CRESPIGNY, Philip Champion (d.1803), of Burwood, nr. Cobham, Surr.

    Champion (d.1803), of Burwood, nr. Cobham, Surr. Constituency Dates Sudbury 12 Oct. 1774 22 Mar. 1775 Aldeburgh 1780 1790 Ofifces Held Adv., Doctors’ Commons 1759; King’s proctor 1768-84. Biography In 1774 Crespigny was returned on the Fonnereau interest at Sudbury

    MAXWELL, William II (1768-1833), of Carriden, Linlithgow.

    to the seat. He had sold Carriden in 1814 and, his West Indian properties also failing, lived latterly in London, in reduced circumstances. He died at 3 Burwood Place and was buried on 7 Sept. 1833 at St. Mary’s, Paddington.[footnote]


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