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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wheathampstead with Harpenden Introduction

    on the south-west corner, and the eastern is of red brick and tiled. Delaport is a small estate near Gustardwood. It took its name probably from James Delaport , who purchased land here in 1663 . 8a It was held

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'D'

    Deland Abraham, bach, 16.22 Delaney Ann, wid; Eliz, d, 9.54 Delangly Peter, bach, 1.4 De Langon Ant; Esther, w, 17.19 Delaport Dellaport: Kath, ser, 8.5b Nat, ser, 45.5 Peter, ser, 45.3 Delashamber Francis, merchant, bach, 45.2 Delashmbree John, £600; Eliz,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 21, February 1721, 11-20, 11 February 1721-20 February 1721

    the same Time." "Robert Surman." Die Sabbati , 11 o Februarii , 1720. Delaport's, Edmondson's, & al; and Grigsby's. Peter Delaport, James Edmunson , Sir William Hamond, Rich'd Horsey , Sir Jacob Jacobson, Arthur Ingram , Sir Harcourt Master, William

    Index, D

    1777, 1788, 1863, 1870, 1912; survey of, 1182, 1662. Delamere , Lord, see Booth, H. De la Pieres see Pieres. Delaport , Mr., composition for Customs frauds, 1158. De La Rene see Rene. Delarue (De la Rue, Rues), Francis, Lieutenant

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queen Victoria come to Pars) with at least a charivari, if not with more hostile demonstrations. A report of D{. Delaport, the Prefect of Police, leaves no doubt on this head; and though in the first days preparations were made Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    raised, including the sum obtained for the old chapel. The residence of a Herts county magistrate, Mr. George Upton Robins, Delaport, Wheathampstead, a village between St. Albans and Welwyn, was broken into ealy on Thursday morning, and propertyvalued at from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fortnight, and remained aweek, The day after he had gone it was ascertained that the trunk of a gentleman named Delaport had been opened, and three razors, a new coat, a silk waistcoat, a pair of trousers (now on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Herts county magistrate, Mr. George Upton Robins, Delaport, Whe at hampstead, a village between St. Albans and Welwyn, was broken iuto the other morning, and property valued at irom £1,30 to £200 stolen. The house is in a somewbat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i FOREIGN PACKETS.- The GENERAL r STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S powerful and flm r '7i_-«rtA«- sH,l>J,ar,appom( * d t0 »« 1 from off the Custom Houm ■"HAMBURGH, carrying her Majesty's Mails, overy Wedn.__.ay i's«'urd«v morning, .arly. IiOITERU AM. carrying ber Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 April 1721, 17 April 1721

    Wm. Hammond Mr. Raymond Mr. Gore. Mr. Read - Mr. Chester Mr. Houlditch - Sir Robert Chaplin Mr. Reynold* Mr. Delaport Mr. Gibbon Mr. Page Sir Wm. Chapman 45,875 18,368 17,151 106,543 34,8i7 Sir John Lambert Mr. Grigsby Vol. 19. Subscribers-only content

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