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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERBERT, Matthew I (by 1537-1603), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    (by 1537-1603), of Coldbrook, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouth Boroughs 1558 Monmouthshire 1563 Ofifces Held Receiver, duchy of Lancaster, Monmouth by 1580-d.; j.p. Mon. 1575-83, q. 1584-d.; sheriff 1583-4, 1594-5; dep. lt. Oct. 1595. Biography The Herberts of Coldbrook were descended

    HERBERT, Matthew (by 1537-1603), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    (by 1537-1603), of Coldbrook, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouth Boroughs 1558 Monmouthshire 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Mon. 1575-83, q. 1584-d.; receiver, duchy of Lancaster, Monmouth by 1580-d.; sheriff, Mon. 1583-4, 1594-5; dep. lt. Oct. 1595. Biography The Matthew Herbert who had

    HANBURY WILLIAMS, Sir Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 6 Mar. 1735 1747 Leominster 1754 2 Nov. 1759 Ofifces Held Paymaster of marines Nov. 1739-47; ld. lt. Herefs. July 1742-7; envoy at Dresden 1747-9, 1751-5; envoy at Berlin 1750-1; ambassador at

    HERBERT, William III (by 1515-79 or later), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    1515-79 or later), of Coldbrook, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1547 Ofifces Held Commr. benevolence, Mon. 1544/45, relief 1550, goods of churches and fraternities 1553, sewers 1564, piracy 1565, musters 1570; j.p. Mon. 1547-63, q. 1564-79; escheator 1551-2; sheriff 1552-3, 1562-3,

    HANBURY WILLIAMS, Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon.

    Charles (1708-59), of Coldbrook, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 6 Mar. 1735 1747 Leominster 1754 2 Nov. 1759 Ofifces Held Paymaster of marines 1739-46; ld. lt. Herefs. 1742-7; high steward, Leominster 1744-d.; envoy, Dresden 1747-9, 1751-5, Berlin 1750-1; ambassador, St. Petersburg

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wichenford

    are the Lady Meadow , the Tineing, the Upper and Lower Hassells Meadow and the Malenders 14 (xvii cent.), and Coldbrook , Ockeridge Waste, Rugg 's Place and Bournescroft (xix cent.). Wichenford Court MANORS The manor of WICHENFORD was no

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1675, 21-31, 01 July 1675-31 July 1675

    Sir Geo. Probert. Kt. ; Edmond Lewis de la Van, William Morgan, Henry Probert. Charles Proger Herbert, James Herbert of Coldbrook, Henry Milburne, Thomas Lewis of St. Pierre, Herbert Evans, Edmond Jones, William Herbert, William Jones, Charles Hughes, Henry Guise,

    Index, H, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    804, 845, 873. -, James, second son of the Earl of Pembroke, oyster fishings, 633, 674, 826. -, -, of Coldbrook, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Monmouth, 790. -, Mr., son of Sir Henry, 285, 713. -, Philip, 24th Earl of

    General Index, C, D, E, F, G, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    Robert, Deputy Lieutenant for Derbyshire Coking , Mr. Colchester , Sir Duncombe (Pencomb) Viscount (Lord). See Savage, Richard, Viscount Colchester. Coldbrook (Colbrooke), near Abergavenny Coldwell , , of Coldwell Cole , Captain, commander of a yacht Edward, letter from Cornet Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    Colchester (co. Essex), 649, 729, 734. Colby . See Coleby. Colclough . Sir Cezar, Commissioner for Recusants co. Berks), 695. Coldbrook (co. Monmouth), 790. Coldstreamers 778, 803 and see Army. Cole , Charles, Chamberlain of the Exchequer, 281, 662. -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bulls, FtBeasts,_Horscs, and Sundlries. FrhrEtisrespectfully solieited. 15 1 1 ' . NEASONE, Auctioneer, PRedditch. Bale'on WEDNLSDAY NEX--T, Jxly 11 - Coldbrook Lon.e. near King's Norton, leading from Headiny Heath to the Forehill.- *Valuahle.-FRiOEIOLD PROPF.XTY,-To be Sold by Auction, -D T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clocks, and other Effects. ISale at Twro o'clock. SAultineers Offlces, 90, Aston Street c7273 - ISale THIS DAY.-Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Coldbrook acoe, near King's Norton, leading from Headley Heath to the Forehill-To be Sold by Auction, BY T. NEASOM., at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MaYNMu,T-Tht3 day, Maraton-on-Dove at IL Thuisday, langley common., at fLSO. Saturday, blithufeld, at IL. MONMODau~esit~.Thursday, Panbygaytre. at 10,zo, Safut' day, Coldbrook Perk, at fl. Pyrunr.y (MR. XAYLo109)...Wednoedy Stanford Hall; Friday, Chapel Brampton : Saturday, Ke uarsh, at 1L)AS YPRrLseeY (Ma. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co~llett rlabar, tirdesley Greoe a3kS r DX"'$ii~EAIDd'irllertlleocd, Good dressma~ker. inlllinar, end. 3 I ltirri-esor. Na objectIonl to truvot-ioL.. E!: X, Coldbrook 'ark, AS ergavervoy. . elS E ANTEDX 'P bya Hlhiphly-rospectilblo yount elly, a ltuatierlas VW Coeilsloo cr Itoir-citrezeor to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Feb. 25, Newnhaia Bridge, at 10.S30 MsYNELL.-Thursday, Feb. 24, Bretby; Saturday, 26, Chatill, MoNDIouTnesUItE.-Thursday, Feb. 24, Tlhe flendre; 3lo'd'y, 28 Coldbrook Lodgo; Thursday, Marchl 27 Tregate Bridge, at r., PeToulLay.-Tbis day, Feb, 25, Swinford; FridaY, 25, ."O Hadd8n; Saturday, 20, Subscribers-only content

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