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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EDGCUMBE, Hon. Richard (1716-61).

    EDGCUMBE, Hon. Richard (1716-61). Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 4 Dec. 1742 1747 Lostwithiel 1747 1754 Penryn 1754 22 Nov. 1758 Ofifces Held Mayor, Lostwithiel 1744, 1756, recorder 1759- d.; recorder, Plympton 1759- d. Ofifces Held Ld. of Trade Apr.

    EDGCUMBE, Richard (1680-1758), of Mount Edgcumbe, nr. Plymouth, Devon.

    EDGCUMBE, Richard (1680-1758), of Mount Edgcumbe, nr. Plymouth, Devon. Constituency Dates Cornwall 11 Nov. 1701 St Germans 1701 1702 Plympton Erle 1702 1734 Lostwithiel 1734 1741 Plympton Erle 1741 20 Apr. 1742 Ofifces Held Ld. of Treasury 1716-17 and 1720-4,

    EDGCUMBE, Richard (1680-1758), of Mount Edgcumbe, Maker and Cothele, Cornw.

    EDGCUMBE, Richard (1680-1758), of Mount Edgcumbe, Maker and Cothele, Cornw. Constituency Dates Cornwall 11 Nov. 1701 St Germans Dec. 1701 1702 Plympton Erle 1702 1734 Lostwithiel 1734 1741 Plympton Erle 1741 20 Apr. 1742 Ofifces Held Stannator, Tyrwarnhaile 1710; recorder,

    MASTERMAN, William (1722-86), of Trinity House, nr. Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    Constituency Dates Bodmin 1780 1784 Ofifces Held Deputy to George Edgcumbe as clerk of the council of the duchy of Lancaster 1758, clerk 1762; mayor, Lostwithiel 1764; deputy town clerk, Bossiney 1771, town clerk 1781. Biography Masterman was admitted attorney

    WEBB, John Richmond (1721-66), of Biddesden, Hants.

    first arose is uncertain. Thomas Pitt had been trying to re-establish an electoral interest at Bossiney, where that of Lord Edgcumbe had been seriously shaken, but gave up when he found that he had incurred Bute’s displeasure. Webb wrote to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashe

    Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe (co. Devon .), was the owner, and in that year being seised of the farm and demesne of Nuthilve or Litchfield and other property in Overton was admitted to composition. 78 It remained in the

    Parishes Niton

    was succeeded by a daughter Mary, wife of Sir Richard Edgcumbe , 16 and the manor passed from her to her great-grandson Richard, who was created Lord Edgcumbe of Mount Edgcumbe in 1742 . 17 George son of this Richard

    Parishes Freshwater

    with his daughter and heir to Lord Edgcumbe . 101 Wilmingham certainly belonged to Richard Edgcumbe in 1705 , 102 and descended with Niton 103 (q.v.) to his grandson George Earl of Mount Edgcumbe , who was holding it in

    Parishes Newchurch

    probably acquired by Thomas Cotele, as it was held in the 18th century by the Edgcumbe family and sold in 1787 by George Lord Mount Edgcumbe . 91 It is now owned by Mr. Edward Carter of East Upton ,

    Hendon Economic history

    Hill in 1926 and built new head offices in 1956 . 32 Aircraft were first made in Hendon by Everett, Edgcumbe and Co. of Colindale soon after 1900 and were flown from a field later bought by Claude Grahame-White ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barnard Cstle. Pease 5962 . , , . - Lyon 2457... ::CORNWALL, Bodmin: Courtnev 4254 ,I. ,. 1 - - Edgcumbe 3101 Ox:OnD8sIRE, Rhanbarth Henley. Harcourt 3778 . 1 1llaude 3257. GLOUCESTERSHIRE, Cirenoester, Winterbotham 4782 ... ....1.-. 1 Dorrington 4039 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 17th instant, at St George's, Hanover square, Earl Browmlow to Lady Emama Edgrunmbe, daughter of the garl of Mounit Edgcumbe. DlED:. On the 4th inst. at Drunrora, County Cavan, Ireland, after a long asnd severe illness. Anthony Tissingtou Tatlow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now to adopt Greenwich time, the uniform time system would be complete. Lady Ernestine Edgcumbe, the only daughter of the Earl and Countess of IMount Edgcumbe, hlad the misfortune last week to fall on the slope of the terrace at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT,. HOU SE OF L;ORDS. Monday, February 16. LAW REFORMs. .The LORD CHANCELLOR stated the intentions of the government with respect to legal reform in a very long and elaborate speech, in which he first enumerated what had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mind gave him a friendly footing in the Edgcumbe family. When young Augustus Keppel, going to the Mediterranean as Commnodore, wasdriven by stress of weather into Plymouth for repairs, he visited Lord Edgcumbe and met Reynolds, then aged six-and-twenty, that Subscribers-only content

 

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