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You searched for: Place: Cockthorpe, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CALTHORPE, Reynolds (1655-1720), of Elvetham, Hants.

    12 Apr. 1720 Biography Reynolds Calthorpe’s father, who was knighted by Cromwell, came from the ancient family of Calthorpe of Cockthorpe, Norfolk. His brother-in-law, Sir Robert Reynolds, M.P. Hindon in the Long Parliament, bought the Elvetham estate which, on his

  • * British History Online *

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    co. Berks, Recusant, 1020. -, -, rebel in the West, 418. -, Thomas, wool frauds, Dover, 1789. -, William, of Cockthorpe, co. Oxford, Recusant, 455. Perkinson , Edward, petition for Customs place, 727. Perlabin , Peregrine, Topsham port, 175. Perpoynt

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    Cotton wool , Manchester, 165, 196, 521, 528, 613. -, manufactory, proposed establishment of at Jamaica see Jamaica. Cottrop [? Cockthorpe ] (co. Oxford), 455. Couchman , William, wool frauds, Kent, 1840. Coudesley see Cloudesley. Coughlan , James, pension, Ireland,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fex the plaintiff. Mr. Gunning was counsel for the ] defendant. It appeared that the plaintiff is a farmer at Cockthorpe, near Holt, and that at the last Summer Assizcs he was I about to be called as a witness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S edBarte, ondeayBedald V edesday g Bushby toop; 'Friday, Mtrieatcam honaly-paTol 10.;Thrdy Tvro~ OldBerkshre(Mr. Mondayorres) MondayBlowing Stone; WedBne- diay, Cockthorpe; FidayrCoxwllteWood-aturay halt-past 10. u B.Vt, Tuesday, Chartonc HFrethorne; Friday, Stock-at a quarter Srsanham Moor, Monday, Arffl; Wednesday, Brayton; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ....34 so Orchsxil orta . 49 Greetwell.es37 1d Canon Frome . 95 Haig912 PI Wethely..... 48 Tohl..I.....59 H IKinwarton .......79 Cockthorpe ......42 - Old Berrow...... 58 Clanaborough..... 862 N Gwernesney ......53 Dinstcon........91 111 Lower Lelingon .... 6 58 LitIsWighoroug .... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been elected to an open scholar- ship of 402. a-year at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Mr. Frederick Case, of Cockthorpe, near Wells, has beau admitted a Member of the Royal College of Vete- rinary Surgeons. Magistrates' Meeting. -At the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £?'™ lr ' W -, Gol,dw y«. Marham, won first prize ; Mr. E.C. Brown Prmtefract, 2nd: Mr. J. Case, Cockthorpe. 3rd; and Mr. J. T. Mills, Clermont, had a reserved number. Mr. K. C. Brown's Emperor won the special Subscribers-only content

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