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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DELVES, George (d.1604), of Bredgar, Kent.

    however, Delves was no longer concerned, having apparently resigned his interest in 1595. Together with Lancelot Bostock, Delves held for two years the grant of income from penalties exacted under the statute against non-resident clergy.[footnote]Through his second marriage, Delves acquired

    DELVES, John (d.1394), of Doddington, Cheshire and Apedale, Staffs.

    Nov. 1391-24 Oct. 1392. Ofifces Held J.p. Staffs. 6 Dec. 1391-d. Biography Delves was the nephew and heir presumptive of the eminent soldier and landowner, Sir John Delves, who died without issue shortly after November 1370, leaving his extensive estates

    DELVES, Sir Henry (by 1498-1560), of Doddington, Cheshire.

    DELVES, Sir Henry (by 1498-1560), of Doddington, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Cheshire Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cheshire 1537-8, 1545-6; j.p. 1539-d.; commr. musters 1544, 1545, contribution 1546, relief 1550. Biography The Delves family, originally of Delves Hall in Staffordshire, had

    COLCLOUGH, Richard, of Blurton, Staffs.

    belief that Richard married a daughter of the influential local landowner, John Delves, in whose affairs Hugh Colclough played a significant part. During the Easter term of 1425 Delves was sued by the prior of Trentham for custody of the

    DELVES, Nicholas (1618-90), of Friday Street, London and Camberwell, Surr.

    DELVES, Nicholas (1618-90), of Friday Street, London and Camberwell, Surr. Constituency Dates Hastings 1659 Hastings 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for sewers, Surr. and Kent Aug. 1660, assessment, London Sept. 1660-1; alderman, London Apr.-June 1661, common councilman 1663-5, 1667-70; master,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peering, Jar,; Shaw, arleran and co. -S, Cerhiell, and -Messrs. Ilooblirn and Co. WhitehalL. SoLies'rot-R. K4dingtou, Esq. LyeanilAn. SreoR.TAkY-Mr. Woin. Delves, Crowns aud Anchor Tavern. cumparil-, Lyon'esuna, -Strand. Pruspeetoses may alse he hadt atflfer-Not the undermeisU01ed h011esa ;-4?le- of Wellington, Subscribers-only content

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    after remonstrating with his assailant ineffectually, was nasskir his-retreat, Mr Delves followed him across the street, and-knocked -him'own-&third time! Mr Lilly lay on the ground for some time almost senseltsS.-Mr DelveS attel' -td.stn :UEh N of. the epith:et "htsucundrlel nelwed Subscribers-only content

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    Chatham-place, New Bridge-street. P. 1. Muston and T. P. Barlow, Austinfriars, commission-merchanats.- [Swain and Co. Frederick's-place, Old Jewry. -- IR. Delves, Tunbridge-Wells, lodging-house-keeper. [Burfoot, Xiag'a Bench-walk, Temple. S. Allen, Stratford, Essex, coal-merchant. [Hilcary, Stratford. W. Sindrey, Mitre Tavern, Fish-street-hill, victualler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dleclar. ratii'n.-Mr Andrews stated that tie pat ties ir this, isse were respectably con. nected. The plaisitiff, Mr SV. Delves. was the coo of a geostleman of fortune, inod the defenslant, Miss Mary Ann Hobler, was the daugllter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDER NEAR WALSAL.L.-An inquest was held upon the body of Mr Matthew Adams, who was murdered at his house at Delves green, on the morning of Wednesday, the Ist of the present month. Mir Adams was a man of advanced Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 February 1704, 13 February 1705

    of Mark « Delves Efquire, deceafed," as fit to pafs, without any Amendment. Hodie 3a vice leEla eft Billa, intituled, " An Ad to " enable Truftees to raife Money, to pay the Debts of " Mark Delves Efquire, deceafed." Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1736, 15 March 1737

    Charges as jtre fubfifting ; and likewife to enable him and his IiTue to take and ufe the Surname of Delves, according to the laid Settlement: It is OhoEred, That the Confideration of the faid Petition be, and is hereby, Subscribers-only content

    24 November 1766, 24 November 1766

    The faid Two Bills were read the Firft Time. decima Aurora, Dominis (ic decernentibus. sir T. Delves, Upon reading the Petition of Sir Thomas Delves Ba- i-eave for a * ° rvn t 1 1 • Bill; to take ronet; Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1772, 22 May 1772

    Lordfhips great Wifdom, cc fhall feem meet; and that Henry Errington Efquire " and Mary his Wife, Thomas Hill Efquire, Delves " Broughton an Infant, by Charlotte Wicker his Grand- " mother and Guardian, Edward Kynafion Efquire, *' Humphry Mackworth Subscribers-only content

    11 May 1775, 11 May 1775

    of the Church of Mottisfont, otherwife Matfon, Eafi " Dean, and Lockerley, does not pafs to Lady Brough- " ton Delves by the Will^of Sir Bryan Broughton ;" and gave his Reafons. Mr. Baron Eyre was heard upon the faid Subscribers-only content


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