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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Colne

    James) Emmott and Henry Emmott occur in 1537 ; ibid. 325. Henry Emmott died in 1554 , leaving a son and heir John; ibid. 405. Thomas Emmott of Emmott and his brother John, James Emmott of Wycoller , John Emmott

    Townships Trawden

    surname, 17 Robert Emmott and the wife of James Folds . These surnames again appear in 1609 , while in 1662 Elizabeth Cunliffe , Bernard Hartley , Richard Shackleton , John Kippax , Robert and George Emmott and James Folds

    Parishes Holywell with Needingworth

    to the Princess, afterwards Queen Elizabeth , who in 1577 granted a reversionary lease of the site from 1599 when Emmott 's lease terminated, to her physician Richard Master. 30 The manorial rights were purchased from the crown with those

    Parishes Rickmansworth

    of Joseph Skidmore , with remainder to his grandson Emmott son of Joseph and Elizabeth. 265 On the death of Emmott in 1836 the estate came to his son Thomas Emmott Skidmore, who sold it in 1844 to Thomas Clutterbuck

    Blenheim Blenheim Palace Blenheim Palace BLENHEIM PALACE c . 1860

    T. Emmott , Guide to Blenheim and Woodstock [ 1897 ] ; N.M.R., Rothschild colln.; Montgomery -Massingberd, Blenheim Revisited , 165; Blenheim Mun., plan (watermarked 1851, with later room names). e.g. Eccles ' New Guide [ 1883 ] ; Emmott

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Walker, Lincoln's Inm-fields. M. M'Shane, Foley-place, Portman-square, upholsterer. Attor. nies, Messrs. Stevens and Wood, Little St. Thomas Apostle. IV. Emmott, Leicester-sqniare, tailor. Attornies, Messrs Collett, Wimburn and Collett, Ctancery-lane. P. and J. Herbert, London, merchants. Attornies. Messrs. Osbaldeston and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Reed, Cheam, Surrey, boot maker. J. W. Newton, Moulton, Lincolnshire, farmer. R. Newton, Moulton, Lincolnshire, farmer. G E. Green, Emmott hall, Whalley, Lancashire. D. Roberts, Manchester, letter-press printer. T. Singleton, Waingate, Yorkshire, druggist. Wv. Hallsey, Derby street, Curzon street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a RICK E T. YORKSHIRE v. MIDDLESEX [y Y TRLEGEAP)I.] At .Sheflield, yesterday this return mteh Avas resumed. The wind t was blowing 3tifily, an( tho sun cante out, but not ufSicliently i bright to cake the surface, so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alco, one for tlse Northern District.-Adrlrlreoo iataiutg age, ainsiint tif tisnoover her n~eck, writi ftill partipiltirs, arna salary reqlutred, Joltt Emmott 00(1 Cot., Spseingficld Paper Miills, Boltotn.04 1) 'EPI-SENTATIVE Wainted, to Sseilforeign-tnauo Ptarse Locke am5 et Chists. Mimth have good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    part in the proceodings, but they did not arrive until nearly two o'clock. The officers in command were Adjutant-Ca tair Emmott, Captain J. S. Pakington, and Lieutenant 6atton. On arrivin at the hall the Yeomanry weredrawnu in1square, anU OaptlaicPakington introducedto Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Report from the Committee of the Guild-Hall Subscription towards the Relief Support and Encouragement of the Soldiers employed in Supressing the Rebellion in M DCC XLV., 11 June 1747

    Samfbn Gideon -— — — — — — — Gerard Van Neck, Efq; — — — — — — Chriftopher Emmott, Efq; — — — — — Philip Carteret Webb, Efq; — — — — — William Turner — — Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1695, 26 April 1695

    ; fhewing, " That he is heartily forry for hfs " Offence, of drawing Two Indictments againft Launce- " lot Emmott, for an Affault on John and Anne Browne, " and praying to be difcharged ;" he being called to Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1746, 2 December 1746

    in Ireland. Kole &al* Upon reading the Petition of Richard Emmott, for-to *ake°the merly called Richard Wainhoufe; praying Leave to Name of bring in a Bill, that the Surname of Emmott may be^™™1^ a confirmed to him and the Heirs Subscribers-only content

    9 December 1746, 9 December 1746

    Richard Wainboufe and his Heirs Male to " take and ufe the Surname of Emmott, and no other, " purfuant to the Will of Chrijtopher Emmott Enquire, " deceafed." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1746, 17 December 1746

    Richard Waintioufe and his Heirs Male SST" •* take and ufe the Surname of Emmott, and no other, " purfuant to the Will of Chriftopher Emmott Efquire, 11 deceafed." The Queflion was put, " Whether this Bill (hall " pafs Subscribers-only content


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