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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Church

    by Dunn Gardner to replace a harmonium of 1854 played by the schoolmaster. That instrument had been placed since 1857 in the central west gallery, which could thus be taken down in 1871 -2. The southern chapel, for which Dunn

    Fordham Local government

    was troubled by squirearchy, William Dunn Gardner (II) clashing with other vestrymen, while the curate tried to mediate. Dunn Gardner steadily refused to reimburse the parish when a local villain, assisted to emigrate at Dunn Gardner's instance in 1853 ,

    Fordham Charities for the poor

    six almshouses were burnt down in 1854 and six new ones erected, apparently on a fresh site given by William Dunn Gardner (II) 41 still on the village street. They were usually inhabited from the 1860s by women over sixty.

    Fordham Manors and other estates

    estate in 1790 to Francis Noble , who in turn sold it in 1808 to William Dunn Gardner (I). 17 Following inclosure in 1820 Dunn Gardner owned 520 a. in Fordham , including c . 190 a. derived from recent

    Soham Manors

    Almost at once they were acquired by William Dunn Gardner, 44 who had just married his daughter Sarah to the next Marquess Townshend 's son and eventual successor. The lordship descended to Dunn Gardner's heirs with his Fordham Abbey estate

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arnynt~,I Os gwyddoch nladoe's y fath U~yfoiatoddid byddweh cystal a'dodi HilipilreI i'r wyl ar ol y Ilytiyr ihwn, a chymeraf Dunn fy rhyddid i y~grifenuv oto, a lhysliysn yr liyil y rnao y ,cymdeith-' asau-ayd~d yn~g wyLioadios dydd yr A~rglwydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y personau a enwyd, yr oedd usn Rous yr cadw ir tafarn yn Alresford, sc wedi bod yn ysgrifenydd i Dunn W a H~opkins, cyfreithiwyr y diwoddar Syr Edward. Nid Ps oadd un draul yn ormod tuag at wneyd cyfaill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael ei anfon atO i geisio trafod teleran bedd- wch, rhaddwyd garehymyn ar i John Dunn ymweled 'r brenin i'r perwyl bwnw. Dych- welodd Dunn yn fuan, a deallwyd fod ei genhadaeth wedi profi yn fetbiant, gan mai yr hyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mDerck '(mina ohWeer AArglWydd JLysiingrOII) i'ieithio ' .gydag egni. a phenderfyniadi. benvwaidd yni blaid ' :ynmae yn,, wir nahd.ydiw r. Dunn,; er, ye Ilelen 6 (ZocaZ maw) ragorol, ytededid ±hyg'ymwIy derpj ,,r esiflideol yei bersbeiol, tred d-ylol, Iinan~ bblitidtifdd i' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i gael evfieithydd newydd i Cetewayo yn mherson Mr. R. ¢. Dunn, yr hwn meddir rydd yu i hysbys yn iaith ac arfcrion y Zuluiaid. Bwriada Mr. J Dunn ddilyn y penseth Zalu drosodd iPr wlad hon yn ystod y Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 January 1697, 24 January 1698

    of the Earl of Maclesfeld; and that " they having a material Witnefs in Brecknockß'r, (vi- <l delicet,) one Mr. Dunn, might have Time to fend for " him, and the Proteftion of this Houfe coming and " going:" It Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1697, 25 January 1698

    faid Anne." It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- Dunn> a w'lt' ral in Parliament affembled, That James Dunn, in the^nii', and pro» County of Brecknockß'r, fhall and he is hereby required tefled. to attend this Houfe on Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1710, 5 April 1710

    Ann. Journals of the HouFe of Lords. 143 Co=gs and Dunn's Bill: faid Appeal of the faid Thomas Amory, it is Ordered, That the faid Appeal fhall be, and is hereby, difmiffed; and the Decree affirmed, without Prejudice, to Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1720, 7 March 1721

    Carleton. Ds. Onflow. Ds. Romney. Ds. Pto Ds. Vol. XXI. PRAYERS. This Day the Anfwer of Mr. David Erfiine of Dunn, One of the Senators of the College of Juftice, Refpon- j dent to the Petition and Appeal of the Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1727, 11 April 1727

    C. P. S. River Dunn Navigation Bill. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by S'lvThoTiias Sanderfon and others: With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for improving the *' Navigation of the River Dunn, from a Place Subscribers-only content


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