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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Nether Wallop

    azure and a chief gules . Elizabeth daughter and heir of Sir Hampden married Sir Francis Dowse of Broughton 55 (q.v.), whose descendant Thomas Dowse died in 1799 , 56 leaving a son and heir Thomas Augustus , 57 who

    Parishes Broughton with Frenchmoor

    Reneger. 29 From the latter it passed to James Jefferies , who sold it in 1590 to Thomas Dowse . 30 Thomas Dowse died in 1602 , leaving a son and heir Francis, upon whom he had already settled the

    Parishes Collingbourne Ducis

    By 1552 Button had been succeeded by Thomas Dowse , perhaps a son of the Richard Dowse who held Collingbourne farm at that date. 81 Thomas had been succeeded by Sir Francis Dowse by 1608 . 82 In 1552 the

    Willesden Churches

    . 3 Dec. 1954 ). V.C.H. Mdx . i. 141. Based on Hist. Mon. Com. Mdx . 132-4; L. R. Dowse and H. Egan , Brent Parish Churches (pamphlet 1970 ); Pevsner, Mdx . 172-4; T.L.M.A.S . xviii (2). St.

    Parishes Thatcham

    leaving his son Dowse , aged three, as his heir. Dowse Fuller inherited Chamberhouse Manor on his grandmother's death in 1642 . 218 He died at Chamberhouse in 1657 , 219 and was succeeded by his son Dowse , 220

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae y ddeddf bresenul mewn grym. Cadarnhawyd tystiolaeth yr Arglwydd Brif Farnwr hefyd gan yr Arglwydd Brif Farwn, Mr. Barnwr Dowse, Cyfreithiwr y Goron, barnwyr llysoedd y mAn. ddyledion, a'r gweinidogion o bob enwad yn ddiwahan- aeth, ae yn olaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PBAN-RfUPTCY SUPERSEDED. J.", Foauless Islailn, Exsex, farmer. - BANKRUPTS. i'. Jid 1. i, J AI$iingdon, Berk-shire, ti-mbvr-merehants. At- torieev, Mr. Mormram, Clhure'i-rovv, Fenchmircl-street. St. l 'Brewer, lemmri' ta-srree, Covent-garden, silk-manufac- turer. Attorney, Mr. James, Bucklersbimry. J. ;iVmt, (;rcelorch-smmeet, unibrelle-meker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    West India Regiment-Capt. W. F. Holt, from balf-pay Unattached, to be Capt. vice J. D. Blythe, who exchanges; R. It Dowse, Gent. to be Assistant-Surgeoan, vice Montgomery, appO~lrted to the 74th Post. AHospital Staff-Tn he Aseistont-Sorgeens to the Forces- Aositanturgen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Mold Green, near Huddersfield, by the bursting of a steam boiler on- the premises of Messrs Samrl. and Wtm. Dowse, silk and cotton doublers, which scalded and otherwise injured six females, who weere standing by, so that three lhve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Chalmer, vice Hutchesson; Brevet Lieut. Col. P. Matbean, vice Wlinyraates; Brevet Major W H. Stopford, vice Micheil; Brevet-Major L. Dowse, vice Trelawny; Brevet-Major G. J. Belson, vice Hunt. To be Captains-Second Capt. E. Morgan, vice Gray; Second Capt. R. Subscribers-only content


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