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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hursley

    the ruins of Merdon Castle , one of the palaces of the bishops of Winchester . The Cranbury estate, including Cranbury Park and Cranbury House , a residence of Mr. Tankerville Chamberlayne, M.P., lies in the south-east corner of the

    Parishes North Baddesley

    23 and his brother and heir John Chute , of the Vine , sold it to Thomas Dummer , of Cranbury , in 1767 , for £5,500. 24 His extensive property in Hampshire was left by his will, in 1781

    Horninghold

    said to have disposed of more than thirty manors during his lifetime. 29 In 1730 Thomas Dummer , later of Cranbury ( Hants ), was lord of the manor of Horninghold . 30 He died in 1765 and was succeeded

    Parishes Crawley

    but the title deeds and writings belonging to the same were in the custody or possession of Thomas Dummer of Cranbury , 'or in the custody or possession of some other person or persons who had no right or title

    Parishes Hound with Netley

    transept has been almost entirely destroyed, and parts of it are now set up as a landscape gardener's ruin in Cranbury Park , but its plan was the same as that of the south transept, which is the best preserved

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUMMER, Thomas Lee (?1712-65), of Cranbury, Hants.

    Lee (?1712-65), of Cranbury, Hants. Constituency Dates Southampton 10 June 1737 1741 Newport IoW 1747 6 Oct. 1765 Ofifces Held Clerk of the great wardrobe c.1730-d. Biography A wealthy Hampshire landowner, with a reputed income of £20,000 a year, Dummer

    DUMMER, Thomas Lee (?1712-65), of Cranbury, Hants.

    Lee (?1712-65), of Cranbury, Hants. Constituency Dates Southampton 10 June 1737 1741 Newport IoW 1747 6 Oct. 1765 Ofifces Held Clerk of the great wardrobe c.1730- d. Biography A steady Government supporter, Dummer was returned by Thomas Holmes for Newport

    DUMMER, Thomas (c.1739-81), of Cranbury, Hants.

    (c.1739-81), of Cranbury, Hants. Constituency Dates Newport IoW 26 Dec. 1765 251768 Yarmouth IoW 19 Jan. 1769 251774 Downton 1774 14 Feb 1775 Wendover 14 Mar. 1775 141780 Lymington 1780 3 June 1781 Biography On 18 Aug. 1765 Newcastle wrote

    WYNDHAM, Sir Charles (1638-1706), of Cranbury House, Hursley, Hants.

    Charles (1638-1706), of Cranbury House, Hursley, Hants. Constituency Dates Southampton Oct. 1679 Southampton 1681 Southampton 1685 Southampton 31 Dec. 1689 Southampton 1690 Southampton 1695 St Ives 1698 Ofifces Held Page to Charles II bef. 1660; sewer to Queen Catherine of

    WYNDHAM, Sir Charles (1638-1706), of Cranbury House, Hursley, Hants.

    Charles (1638-1706), of Cranbury House, Hursley, Hants. Constituency Dates Southampton Oct. 1679 Mar. 1681 Southampton 1685 1687 Southampton 31 Dec. 1689 1698 St Ives 1698 1700 Ofifces Held Page to Charles II bef. 1660; sewer to Q. Catherine of Braganza

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IRELAND. - ____~~~~111 fcatIs, JAN. 12.-There was a Meeting at Lord Fin- all's, on te ith, to 'consider f a Ptition to Parliament i behAnf 'f -the Irish Catholis, O this oc-asion,'seve- ta Petitions were reid, andi a CCoxnmittee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDENTS. OFFENCES, kc. ACCIDENT TO SIR W. GOSSETT.-We regret to state that Sir Win. Gossett, serjeant-at-arms to the House of Commons, met with a serious accident on Monday last. Sir William and family are passing the Christmas holidays with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lb st Ito Lord Westimorlasd'eBirch LordVivian's Algazelle 7 6 Broom .. . 0 oMr. F. Fisher's by 'Toach- Dir. Reldifit3 Cranbury S 3 wood-biaidof thea orn7 0 DIr. Skipton's The Roe, by Mr. Troen's b f by Lord Turrnnis-hoe FPawn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colts, Sat 0ib ; fillies, Sat 71b; penalttes end allowances, Tho second tonave his stake, Straight half- mile, Mr. Reldiff's Cranbury .................... , I Mr. Payne's f by Teddington-Olitipa ..i.. a... 2 %r. Bigncll's Bold Houghton ............. , Six ran. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Biennial. with sixty subscribers, and Crytheia (1ib extra), Black Friar (31b extra), Fisherman's Daughter (21b exbra) Lord Adolphus (allowed 31b), Cranbury (31b extra), ana Leicester (allowed 6tb), are nll of a good class. Besides the last named, Lord Stamford has Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Judith Huson, his daughter, 93; Rebecca Warcopp, his daughter, 136 b , 272 b Coxton , Nynion, alnager, 298 g Cranbury (Cranebery) Park, Hants., 321 Crane (Crayne), William, 294 cranes at Queenhithe , 45, 188 cressets , 101, 195, 238,

 

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