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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Thorngate Index Map to the Hundred of Thorngate

    Bellinger ; East Tytherley ; West Tytherely; Buckholt (extra-par.); Nether Wallop ; Over Wallop ; East Wellow ; Dunwood (extra-par.); Embley Tithing 1 ; Melchet Park; Plaitford 2 The above list, with the addition of Wigley in Copythorne parish and

    Parishes East Wellow with Dunwood and Embley

    century was John Thorpe of Embley , 78 whose daughter and heir Frances married Sir William Heathcote , bart., 79 in 1783 . Sir William Heathcote and his wife bought the other moiety of Embley Manor from William Wyndham ,

    Parishes East Stratton

    Park is indeed the chief feature of the parish, with its long stretch of woodland thickening towards the north, where Embley and Biddles Wood lead on to Rownest and College Woods, outside the northern boundary of East Stratton . The

    Moreton Introduction

    lane, leads southeast past a moated site where Tanner's Cottage 22 formerly stood, and thence to join Fyfield Road near Embley 's Farm, a timber-framed house of the 17th or early 18th century which may once have been two cottages.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FREEMAN HEATHCOTE, Thomas (1769-1825), of Embley, Hants.

    Thomas (1769-1825), of Embley, Hants. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1807 Dec. 1808 Hampshire 19 Dec. 1808 231820 Biography Heathcote entered Parliament on the Kenrick interest, at the same time seeking a peerage through Lord Malmesbury, who advised him to abandon the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Nightingale, or rather Miss Florence Nightingale, the youngest daughter and presumptive co-heiress of her father, William Shore Nightingale, of Embley Park, Hampshire, and the Lea Hurst, Derbyshire. She is, moreover, a young lady of singular endowments, both natural and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Feirier, Esq.-On tho 23rd, Sir Hi. Verney, Bart., SIP., to Frances Parthencope, eldest datughter tf W'. E. Nightingale, Esq., of Embley, Hianls-On the _22nd, C. A. Ho3-- wood, to Anna IMVargareit, third daaghter of NV. Langton, Esq. JDegltim~-On the 17th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    finally stopped at the house of the prisoner Embley, leaving shorslv afterwards. The police were communicated with, and DesectivedInspeotor Manton, accompanied by Deteotive sergeants Clarke and biountford, went to tho houseof Embley, aadaf ter cautloning him in the usual way, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and be careful. Embley repeated that tcere had been nocopperbroughlt to him that day by two men. The place was searched, andi the ingots marked " 11. C. " were found. Then, in answer to Manton's qinestion, Embley said, " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tenant; you cannot increase the rent without notice. "L. W`"-Wo do not know the address. A letter ad- dressed to Embley l'ark, Hasrpshire, would probably be fowarded. "Jtuno."--A plan of the proposed railway alterations at Camp Hill may, we believe, Subscribers-only content

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