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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Cricket: Harrow School Cricket

    will not permit adequate treatment of the cricket of Harrow . Unlike Eton , the cricket has not been mainly in charge of masters but of such old Harrovians as the Hon. Robert Grimston , Mr. I. D. Walker ,

    Parishes Eton

    Parishes EtonETON Ettone (xi cent.); Etton , Etone, Eaton (xiv cent.); Eyton , Eytone, Eaton (xvi cent.). Eton is situated on the north bank of the Thames , and is connected with Windsor by a bridge across that river.

    Alien houses The priory of Everdon

    college of Eton in 1440 . 7 This gift was confirmed by Edward IV . in 1462 . 8 The Valor of 1535 estimates the annual value of the rents, etc., of Everdon to the college of Eton at £15

    Hampstead Chalcots

    included Eton Road with St. Saviour's church ( 1856 ) and Wellington House , designed by Alfred Stevens for his own occupation but incomplete at his death in 1875 . He lived from 1865 next door at no. 9 Eton

    Alien houses Priory of Blakenham

    of Bec at Blakenham came to Eton College , through Henry IV , in 1460 . Among the grants of Edward IV to William Westbury , the provost, and to the college of Eton in 1467 , occurs 'the priory

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 1, Quadragesimo octavo die parliamenti, 29 March 1512-29 March 1512

    lecta est jam tertio . Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Colleges of Eton and Wynchester. Recepta est quedam provisio pro Universitatibus Oxonie et Cantabrigie, ac pro Collegio de Eton et Wynchester juxta Wynton. Indentur. Concessionis Quindecimarum et Decimarum apponenda. Item

    ETON, Matthew

    Matthew ETON Matthew ETON Biography Name Matthew ETON (EATON) Gender Male Primary occupation medical surgeon (Surgeon. BSC 1600) Period of medical practice 1585-1639 Date of death 1639 Address St Barts West Smithfield 1600 Other notes Treated pox 1595, with John

    SHEREWOOD, Reuben or Ruben

    King's 1561-71. Master of Eton College 1571-80) Period of medical practice 1566-1598 Place of birth England (b Over, Cambridgeshire (son of William Sherewood)) Date of birth 1542 Date of death Jul 1598 Address Cantab 1558-70. Eton 1571-80. Bath later (d

    FOX, Simeon

    Date of death 20 Apr 1642 Address St Martin's Ludgate 1642 (will). ?St Botolph without the gate 1640? Other notes Eton. Ca 1583 BA 1588 MA 1591. MD Padua. CRCP 30/9/1605 FCRP 25/6/1608. Birken thesis. Son of John Foxe, martyrologist.

    JEESOP, Joseph

    England (b Sutton, Kent) Date of birth c.1561 Date of death c.1599 Address St Bartholomew's Exchange 1599 (will) Other notes Eton. Ca 1579 BA 1584 MA 1587. MD by 1597. FRCP 1597. Will PCC 1599. Known London address St Bartholomew's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ETON, Richard, of Pirbright and Merrow, Surr.

    ETON, Richard, of Pirbright and Merrow, Surr. Constituency Dates Guildford May 1413 Guildford Mar. 1416 Ofifces Held Mayor, Guildford Mich. 1424-5. Ofifces Held Coroner, Surr. by 8 Oct. 1428-c. 23 Jan. 1431. Biography In 1411 Richard Eton and John Wintershall*

    SAVILE, Henry II (1549-1622), of Oxford and Eton, Bucks.

    II (1549-1622), of Oxford and Eton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bossiney 1589 Dunwich 1593 Ofifces Held Junior proctor Oxford Univ. 1575-7; warden, Merton from 1585; Latin sec. and dean of Carlisle 1595 or 1596; provost of Eton and j.p. Bucks. from

    HAKLUYT, Thomas.

    definite identification of this Member has been made. The best known man of this name, seated at Eton Gamage, Herefordshire, who was aged about 26 in 1559, had property in Leominster, but it is more likely that the 1559 Member

    BENYON, Richard (1746-96), of Gidea Hall, Essex

    1774 22 Aug. 1796 Biography Benyon was a friend and contemporary at Eton of Lord Fitzwilliam, was returned on his interest at Peterborough, and followed him in politics. ‘A well-meaning honest man’, wrote the Public Ledger in 1779. He opposed

    TOWNSHEND, Henry (1736-62).

    to the Grenadiers of the line, who behaved like angels. With them he was shot through the body.George Hardinge, who was with him at Eton, described him as ‘very handsome, very good-natured, clever, and spirited; in short, a noble creature’.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anfonwyd ef i yagol Eton pan yn -ddeg .oed, ac i Caergraw'ant pan yn ddeunaw oed. Yno enillodd yagdlariaeth, ac thol- wyd ef yn Gymrawd o Gule'g y Brenin, yn' 1840: Bu yn is-athraw yn Eton am ychydig ainsea, ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganddynt i beri i'r dagrau I' redeg pan y mynont. Ganwyd Mr. Walpole yn '1806, a chafodd ei addysg n Eton, ac yn Trinity College, Cambridge. Galwyd ef at y bar yn 1831, ac yn 1835:priododd ferch i Mr. Perceval, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .7 Peirianau i Panglio a Peirianau Goio Peirianau 1Waiig1 .. gwasgu dillad, o 2p. 2s. uchod. gwasgudillad, a goichi ac uchod. AE yn debyg nad oes neb o drinaody dyw yn gwybod~ er b4n lV hyn mai y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a rhedai ei feddwl yn, bur ftynych at ryw ddyfais. a .efeithiai i synu y byd. We, edi astudio. :i 'Eton a Camrdbridge, ac enill y bat idn aur,; a chymeryd eiiradd o M.A., ee a' iethoi ydy aelod drl; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and kindly treated, P 1 so that few miusc their own homes. Pupils of Mr Jones d hare obtained Soholarshipsat Eton, Winchester,andoxford. He has also prepared pupils for Harrow and other Colleges. There is d, a French and German Master Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1106 (1563)

    for that purpose, as namely in that notable schole in the college of Eton: from whence, according to the maner there vsed,Scholars ar takē out of Eton colledge into the kynges college in Cābridge. he was chosen to go to

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    should not make menne to muse and breake their braynes about it) they sayde, that before theim the Colleges of Eton and Wynchester had done the lyke. The cause why they coueted to be certified herein, was for none other

    Book 6, page 1618 (1563)

    Thomas Watson, elected Bishop of Lincolne, Iohn Christopherson, elected Bishop of Chichester, and Henry Cole Prouost of the Colledge of Eton. There was good cause why the matter was inespecially committed to these persōs. For as touching Ormanet, it is

    Q. Mary. The story of George Tankerfield, and Rob. Smith, Martyrs.

    This Smith, first gaue him selfe vnto seruice in the house of sir Thomas Smith knight, being thē Prouost of Eton: from thence he was preferred to Windsore, hauing there in the Colledge a Clerkship of x. pound a yere.

    Quene Mary. M. Rogers. The history of Laurence Saunders, Martyr.

    frō his youth in places meete for that purpose, as namely in the Schoole of Eaton.Scholers are takē out of Eton Colledge into the kinges Colledge in Cambridge.Frō whence according to the maner there vsed, he was chosen to go

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    were in Dr. Byll's Time, and as was appouinted by him in special Statutes, very like the Orders used in Eton and Winchester Schools. The Master of the Singing Boys hath his House and other due Allowances for himself and

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Eton Lodge

    Eton Lodge (2458) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1892 Warrant of Constitution: 14 Dec. 1892 Cons. 7 Jan. 1893 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2458 Lodge Number (1729): 0 Lodge Number (1740): 0 Lodge Number (1755): 0

    Excelsior Lodge

    Numeration 1894 onwards: 2624 Notes (1): Became Excelsior Lodge No. 103 on the formation of the United Grand Lodge of Queensland on 30th April 1920 Notes (2): Original warrant destroyed by cyclone Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Eton, Queensland, Australia 1896

    George Gardner Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2309 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Village Hall, Datchet, Buckinghamshire 1889 Christopher Hotel, High Street, Eton, Buckinghamshire 1891

    Addington Lodge

    Slough, Berkshire, England 1985 Masonic Hall, Slough, Berkshire, England 1948 Masonic Hall, Gerrard’s Cross, Buckinghamshire, England 1951 Baldwin’s and Austin Leigh Institute, Eton, London, England 1921 Anglers’ Rest Hotel, Wraysbury, Berkshire, England 1916 Bridge House Hotel, Eton, London, England 1897

    Etonian Lodge

    Lodge Number (1863): 209 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown and Cushion, High Street, Eton, Buckinghamshire 1813 Swan Inn, Thames Street, Windsor, Berkshire 1825 New Inn, Park Street, Windsor, Berkshire 1854 Adelaide Hotel, King's


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