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

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chilton Trinity Economic history

    (587 a.), owner of Pignes manor including Chilton and Hawker's farms; the Merchant Venturers of Bristol (304 a.), administrators of Colston 's Hospital and owners of Idstock and Beere; Sir Charles Tynte (224 a.), owner of Huntstile ; and John

    Stockland Bristol Manor and other estates

    Idstock in Chilton Trinity . 36 Edmund Bowyer sold Juvenis with Idstock to Edward Colston in 1707 and it formed part of the estate of Colston 's hospital, Bristol , until 1919. 37 In 1920 Juvenis was divided among several

    Edgeworth Church

    was granted to Barbara Ridler , 51 and it remained with the owners of that part until 1830 when Edward Colston Greville devised it to his son Charles. 52 Charles sold the advowso n to Thomas Erskine May, the Revd.

    Chilton Trinity Manors and other estates

    sold Idstock with Beere and other adjoining land to Edward Colston of London , remaining life tenant until his death in 1715 . 66 The estate formed part of Colston 's Hospital foundation at Bristol until it was sold as

    Edgeworth Manor and other estates

    died in 1814 leaving his estate to his wife Mary (d. July 1830 ), with remainder to the Revd. Edward Colston Greville (d. Oct. 1830 ) who left it to be sold for the benefit of his seven children. 67

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y Colston Hall- un yn y prydnawo, a'r Uall yn yr hwyr. Erbyn i'r gerbydres gyraedd yr oratE vr oedd rhyw wytha ar hugain o gerbydau o wabanol fath~aa yn barod i gludo y Car i Colston Eall. Nid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAE y 1&eg o Dachwedd yn cael ei gadw yn wyl flynyddol yn Bristol, er cofEadwriaeth am y dyngarwr enwog 'Colston, as ymddengys fod y diwrnod yn cynydda mewn pwysigrwydd yno, Deu o leiaf mewn poblogrwvdd. Eleni, fel arfer, cynhelid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o ran amser, ni T1 a gawn y ddau aelod dros Bristol yn areithio yn a- nghiniaw yr Angor yn Colston Hall, nos Wener, d a Cheidwadwyr yr un lie yn taro cyweirnod fn llawen eu buddugoliaeth yn ngwledd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilenwi o bobI, fel rr . n oedd un moddion o achubiaeth wedi ei adael; ' b- CiNEALIWYD gwyl flynyddol Colston yn w id Bristol' ddydd Sadwrn. Bydd yr aseithiau a ar draddodir yn yr wyl hon yn gyffredin yn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un pryd nid ymddengys y diwygiad hwnw yn fwy angenrheidiol i'r Rhyddfrydwyr nag ydyw i'r Torfaid. Yr oedd areithiau y Colston Club eleni fel arfer yn meddu dyddordeb. Yr oedd y clwb Rhyddfrydol'wedi sicrbau gwasanaeth Arglwydd Spencer a Syr Henry Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLSTON, Edward I (aft.1672-1719), of Bristol

    Biography Colston was the oldest surviving nephew of the wealthy Bristol philanthropist Edward Colston II*. His uncle, having never married, regarded him as his heir, and settled a considerable fortune in land on him when he married in 1704. Colston

    COLSTON, Edward II (1636-1721), of Mortlake, Surr.

    while Colston himself, having finished his apprenticeship, seems to have spent some time abroad, possibly looking after his father’s interests in Spain, although there is no evidence to support claims that he amassed a vast fortune there.[footnote]By 1672 Colston had

    EDWARDS, Thomas (c.1673-by 1743), of the Middle Temple and Filkins Hall, Oxon.

    until the mid-1730s. In 1703 he acquired Filkins Hall, Oxfordshire, probably from Edward Colston II as part of his marriage settlement. When in 1713 the elder Colston signified his intention of retiring as MP for Bristol, the choice of a

    EDWARDS, Thomas (?1673-1743), of the Middle Temple, London, and Filkins Hall, Oxon.

    1719 he successfully contested a by-election at Wells, which had been represented under Queen Anne by his wife’s cousin Edward Colston junior. Returned there at the next three general elections, he was unseated in 1735, never standing again. His only

    EARLE, Joseph (c.1658-1730), of St. Werburgh’s, Bristol

    Toryism in his native city and stood as a candidate in partnership with the wealthy Bristol philanthropist, Edward Colston II*. Although Colston was undoubtedly the better known Tory, his absence from the city left Earle to front their campaign. Their


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