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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    extend northward along the Fareham Road and westward to Alverstoke . To the north are the hamlets of Bridgemary , Elson , Hardway , and Brockhurst , and to the east Forton , now rapidly becoming indistinguishable from Gosport itself.

    Oving Parish Church of St Andrew Oving

    the prebendal estate to be leased, such leases being in later times usually for three lives; the local family of Elson 6 held the lands from 1669 to 1730 , when 'by negligence' their representative allowed the lease to lapse.

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    Joan, see Power John (fl. 1403), John (fl. 1669), Simon, Elney , see Chedzoy : Parchey Else , R. C., Elson : John, Wm., Mr., goldsmith, Elton , Revd. Edw., Elworthy , man., Emmet , Wm., engineers , see Else;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him, and if he slept in a house of his'etl 11 night, he would cut his throat before morning. Thomnas Elson, said, I come now from Shrewsbury gaol. Last year I was in Stafford jail on suspicion of sheep stealing. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forward that he might hear what they had to say on the occasion. They deputed one of their comrades, William Elson, who addressed the Court with considerable firmness and composure. He said, "1 My Lord, we certainly have done wrong Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    solicitor, of No. 11 Gray's inn square, appeared to a suimontus, charged by Mr T. Elson, grocer, of High street, Windsor, with having assaulted himnt-Mr Elson stated that he had received a letter from the delendant, informing him that one Subscribers-only content

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    STATE AND CHURCH. Tri Conan-A dramatic performance took place on Thursday evening at Windsor Castle. The play selected on this occasion was Sir E. Lytton Buiwer's " Money." Tan PRINCE CONSORT.-A somewhat singular correspondence has been published this week Subscribers-only content

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    It is for you to consider whether you will feel called upon to hear those witnesses. Among others the cabman Elson, referred to by the witness Bowler, is present. With regard to the purchase of a beard spoken to by Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELSON, William I (1673-1705), of Oving, nr. Chichester, Suss.

    motion vindicating the Commons’ proceedings in the impeachments.[footnote]So delighted was Elson with the accession of Anne that the Chichester corporation only budgeted £25 for the celebrations attending her proclamation as Elson had ‘promised the corporation to make the conduit run

    ELSON, William II (1691-1727), of Oving, Suss.

    ELSON, William II (1691-1727), of Oving, Suss. Constituency Dates Chichester 1713 1715 Biography Elson, a minor when his father died, was left in the care of his grandmother, who in April 1707 secured the passage of an Act enabling her

 

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