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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old and New Shoreham Parliamentary representation

    Haddock. Ex inf. Hist. Parl. Trust ( Prof. B.D. Henning ). T. Carew , Rights of Elections , ii. 125-7; W.S.R.O., MP 31. S.A.C . xxvii. 81. Carew , Elections , ii. 126. D.N.B . Hist. Parl., Commons , 1715-54

    Parishes Beddington

    to Sir Francis Carew . 79 A capital messuage in Wallington was already in the possession of the Carew family, for in 1539 , after the attainder of Sir Nicholas Carew , the king granted to Elizabeth Carew , his

    Parishes Stranton

    is connected with Seaton Carew by Brierton Lane . On the coast of the parish to the south of West Hartlepool lie Seaton Carew and Seaton . At present they are two distinct townships, Seaton Carew lying within the municipality

    Parishes Walton-on-the-Hill

    of the Carew family who were not the lords. A somewhat distant relative, George Carew , Baron Carew of Clopton and Earl of Totnes , was living here. His arms are on the house. In 1643 Mr. Nicholas Carew of

    Parishes Moulsford

    to have been his son William, 37 possibly the William Carew who had a serjeanty of county Waterford in 1277 . 38 Nicholas Carew , probably the son of William Carew 39 and husband of Avice Tute , 40 went

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAREW, Sir William, 5th Bt. (1690-1744), of Antony, nr. Saltash, Cornw.

    Carew and his elder brother, Sir Richard, the 4th baronet. Following his brother’s death, Carew succeeded to the baronetcy. In 1707 he went up to Oxford, where he had trouble in extracting money from his guardian. Morice complained that

    CAREW, Sir Nicholas (by 1496-1539), of Beddington, Surr.

    King gave Carew lands or fees of like value, which had already been done. In 1513 Carew accompanied the King to France for the siege of Tournai, where his father commanded the artillery and his kinsman Sir Edmund Carew was

    CAREW, John (by 1508-44/45), of Oakley and Lyme Regis, Dorset.

    CAREW, John (by 1508-44/45), of Oakley and Lyme Regis, Dorset. Constituency Dates Poole 1542 Ofifces Held Dep. to William Bond by 1529; comptroller, customs in Poole by July 1538-d. Biography As a younger son John Carew was obliged to make

    CAREW, Richard (1555-1620), of Antony, Cornw.

    CAREW, Richard (1555-1620), of Antony, Cornw. Constituency Dates Saltash 1584 Mitchell 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Cornw. 1581, sheriff 1582-3; bailiff of Mitchell 1584; dep. lt. Cornw. 1586; commr. grain 1586; mayor, Callington 1597. Ofifces Held Member, Antiq. Soc. c.1591.

    CAREW, George (by 1505-45), of Mohun's Ottery, Devon.

    George Carew, giving him also therewith many good and comfortable words’. Carew then returned to the Mary Rose which on hoisting her sails capsized, with the loss of 500 men, all but some 30 of her whole complement. Mary Carew

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Guide to the Museum of 40C Practical Qeology,, 1859; --pp. 26, 27, gwna Robert yn Hant y syiw canlynol.:-'iIn 1602, Carew in his Sur- onc vey of Cornwall speaks of healing stones .(in many hr districts roofing slates are stillcalled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dangos y pryder dyladwy ° y baith i'r addyeg a gyfrenir yn yr ysgolion Eglwysig. Rhaid i ni addef y Carew yn fawr C: weled mwy o'r unrhyw grit, o'r un gwrolder a zel dros en heRwyddorion mewn rhieni Ym- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gyfleus i ddylanwadn ar bobl ieainc feddylgar ein gwlad mewn oes sydd wor faterol ac hunagar ei syn. n iadau. Carew weled y bregeth enaid-gynbyyfol hoe yn a cnel ei ebyhoeddi ye draethodyn,- a'i lledaenu drwy di yr holl wlad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd aelodau Ysgol Sabbothol y ~fi Mbthodistiaid Calfinaidd yn mwynhau en pleserdaith yr flynyddoli. Y man dewisiedig eleni ydoedd Sitton Carew a Hartlepool, oddeutu 30 milldir oddiyma. Buom yn ftortunus iawn i gael diwrnod teg a dymunoL. Yr oedd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyd-bwysedd ar- benig yn ei gymeriad, yr hyn a roddai addfed- rwydd i'r oll a wnelai. Gellid cymhwyso ato ddesgrifiad Carew, " A sraooth and steadfaset mind, With gentle thoughts, and caLn desires." Oherwydd hyn, nid ydoedd, feallai, yn taro Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Q. Mary. Gods prouidence in preseruing Lady Elizabeth, in Q. Maries tyme.

    with this, Lady Elizabeth charged with the busines of Syr Pet. Carew.charged her grace with busines made by sir Peter Carew, and the rest of the Gentlemen of the West countrey: which also shee vtterly denying, cleared her innocencie therin.In

    Q. Mary. Thynges done the 2. yeare of Queene Mary.

    sir Iames Croftes, sir Nicholas Throgmortō, sir Nicholas Arnall, sir George Harper, sir Edward Warner, sir W. Sentlow, Sir Gawē Carew, Maister Gybbes, Cutbert Vaghan, with many other. Ianuary. 22. Vppon the Tuesday following, being the. xxij. of Ianuary, The


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