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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Melchbourne

    MELCHBOURNE The preceptory of Melchbourne was founded in the reign of Henry II . by Alice de Claremont 1 ; other benefactors, including Roger de Clare , Earl of Hertford , Hugh de Beauchamp of Eaton , and William, Archbishop

    Parishes Esher

    of the parish. Claremont , which was originally part of the manor of Esher Episcopi, was bought by Sir John Vanbrugh, who built a small house for himself, and began to ornament the grounds (Guest's poem ' Claremont ' attributes

    Bethnal Green Cambridge Heath Cambridge Heath : principal estates

    Mead , was being built in 1789 . 12 In 1792 roads were planned to the south: Elizabeth, Lausanne ( Claremont ), and Durham streets. Builders who took 99-year leases included James Nicoll from Marylebone and William Selby from Hanover

    Parishes Stoke d'Abernon

    of the parish, was so called from its having belonged to Newark Priory . It has been incorporated with the Claremont estate. The French Huguenot family of Vaillant owned the advowson of Stoke D'Abernon in the 19th century. Francois Vaillant

    Parishes Denford Clare . Or three cheverons gules . Reade. Gules a saltire between four sheaves or .

    By 1124-9 the manor of Denford had come into the possession of Gilbert Fitz Richard , whose wife Adeliza de Claremont or Montmorency in 1147 -68 is described as Lady of Denford . Roger de Clare , c. 1152, gave

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Day School, Claremont, Shrewsbury. RS. JONES and MISS HINTON beg to an- . nouce that-the duties of their Establishment will be resumed (D.V.) July 21st, 1870. Some of the classes are conducted. by the Rev. W. JONES, and Professors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nclu-ir. . By order of 'the Directors, 'RIOUARD- JONES, 'ziverpool gr. Liverpool, 5th ,aly, 1870. Ladies' Boarding and Day School, Claremont, Shrwshury. ]~ffRS. JONES and MISS HINTON'beg to an- Jjinonce that the duties of their Establishment. will be resumed (D.V.) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EISTEDDFOD,, V GORDOFiGIO0N paL NADOLIG, 1870. -JO fA ELLTR cael rhestr o'r' Teatynan and anfon dau hYf lytbyrnod i'r Ysgrifenydd, Mr. WILLIAM OWENP ano 9, Dingle lRoad,"Tranmere Park, ilirkenhead. - Y yr :E:DWA9RD IDDWAXDS, IYD 26, WELLINGTON.TERRACE,] CA "t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLIkM DIXON - Emigration Agent for the Dominion of Canada, 11, Adtim street, Adelphi, W.C., d; -p X11-~CfAS-,FOY , ' Claremont jStree, Belfast, Ireland. - ; .F DAYI'D- SHAW, - Pr 24, Oswald Street,.tGotasgOw,'Scotit'land.. HENRY~ -J-< LARKIN, i14 So-u-th Frederick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILlM DIXOw, Emigration Agent for the Dominion of Cana4d4, J, Adam Street, Adelpii, W.C., a : ..ILondon]. CdfAS. FOY, 11, Claremont Streef; Belfast, Ireland: a DAVID SHAW, -24, Oswald Street, Glasgow, Scotland. 14 . :. -HENRY J. LAR&KIN, 14, South Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STONE, Andrew (1703-73).

    Oxford till 1732, when his brother-in-law, William Barnard, then chaplain at Claremont, introduced him to the Duke of Newcastle. ‘I have had the charmingest man with me at Claremont I ever saw’, Newcastle wrote of Stone to the Duchess. ‘He

    TOWNSHEND, Charles (1728-1810), of Honingham Hall, Norf.

    He was also an active member of Wildman’s Club. When on 30 June 1765 eighteen friends of Newcastle gathered at Claremont to consider whether to form an Administration, Spanish Townshend was among them, and was one of the six young

    BRODRICK, George, 3rd Visct. Midleton [I] (1730-65), of Peper Harrow, Surr.

    spirit’ they might still rescue the country from the ‘present detestable ministry’.[footnote] Ill-health prevented him from attending the meeting at Claremont to consider whether to take office, 30 June 1765, but on July 2, 5 and 9 in lists submitted

    CLIVE, Hon. Edward (1754-1839), of Oakley Park, Salop and Claremont, Surr.

    of Oakley Park, Salop and Claremont, Surr. Constituency Dates Ludlow 1774 13 Aug. 1794 Ofifces Held Recorder, Shrewsbury from 1775; ld. lt. Salop 1775-98, 1804- d.; recorder Ludlow from 1801; ld. lt. Mont. 1804-30. Ofifces Held Gov. Madras 1798-1803; P.C.

    ELLIS, Charles Rose (1771-1845), of Claremont, Esher, Surr.

    Rose (1771-1845), of Claremont, Esher, Surr. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 22 Mar. 1793 211796 Seaford 1796 211806 East Grinstead 1807 211812 Seaford 1812 211826 Ofifces Held Capt. St. James’s vols. 1798. Biography Ellis, whose father was lost at sea in 1782,

  • * British History Online *

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    Charitable accounts of the Skinners' Company

    " P. Matthias, 3, Crescent Mews, half year to Lady Day 3 19 10 " T. Swinbourne, 1, & c., Claremont Place, half year to Lady Day 7 19 7 " G. Payne, 38, Tonbridge Street, half year to Lady

    America and West Indies, June 1733, 1-30, 01 June 1733-30 June 1733

    20th Dec., 1732. 4 pp . [ C.O . 152, 19. ff . 190-192, 193 v . ] June 22. Claremont. 217. Duke of Newcastle to Mr. Solicitor General. I had the honour of your letter with the inclosed from

    Simancas, June 1580, 01 June 1580-30 June 1580

    Elizabeth June 1580 June 1580 11 June. 27. Bernardino De Mendoza to the King. The rebel States have sent some of their English captains hither for troops to reinforce their companies, and to beg the Queen's permission for more

    Venice, February 1586, 01 February 1586-28 February 1586

    described to your Serenity as going on in Seville . They murmur still more on account of the news that Claremont, an Englishman, has conquered all Florida in the West Indies, and threatens New Spain; and this would be a

    Elizabeth, May 1559, 21-25, 21 May 1559-25 May 1559

    owing to his speedy departure from Amiens, where Wotton and the writer overtook the Lord Chamberlain. On their arrival at Claremont to bed they were invited to take in their way Chantelly (a house of the Constable's) which they did

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 December 1806, 22 December 1806

    Charles Auguflus tion claiminS « Ellis, an Infant, by his Father, and next Fnend SowarTof &quot; Charles Rofe Ellis, of Claremont, in the County of Waiden. ** Surrey, Efquire, the faid Charles Auguflus Ellis claim- &quot; ing, through his deceafed Subscribers-only content

    31 December 1806, 31 December 1806

    reading the Petition of Charles Auguftus Ellis, &apos;&quot; an Infant, by his Father, and next Friend Charles Rofe Ellis, of Claremont, in the County of Surrey, Efquire, &quot; &quot; &quot; age, Com¬ mittee to msct. Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    12 January 1807, 12 January 1807

    the Petition of Charles &quot; Auguflus Ellis, an Infant, by his Father and next &quot; Friend Charles Rofe Ellis of Claremont, in the County &quot; of Surrey, Efquire, the faid Charles Auguflus Ellis claim- &quot; ing through his deceafed Mother Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1807, 14 January 1807

    Petition Waiden Peer- of Charles Augufius Ellis, an Infant, by his Father, and ^^ next Friend Charles Rofe Ellis, of Claremont, in the County of Surrey, Efquire, claiming through his de- ceafed Mother to be Lord Howard of Waiden, and Subscribers-only content

    16 January 1807, 16 January 1807

    tne Petition of Charles Augußus Ellis, an wy Infant, by his Father ami next Friend Charles Rofe Ellis &apos; of Claremont, in the County of Surry, Efquire, claiming, through his deceafed Mother, to be Lord Howard of Waiden, and being Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Claremont

    Place ClaremontClaremont, Surrey, England Queen Victoria had a nostalgic fondness for Claremont, an 18th century Palladian mansion, where she often stayed as a child, visiting her Uncle Leopold. Claremont was bought by Queen Victoria for her youngest son, Prince

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Sunday evenings for the people!!

    W. DENTON. ¦e4ft otKev Bills. FREE. Upper Circle, 3ci, Fauteuils, 1/6 Doors open at 7.45. F J. PARSOSS Ltd., Printere, Claremont, Hastingf;. in cr Ci cr ^-^? § td P- o ^ 5 r ^ p 0) c2 "T? ST Subscribers-only content

 

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