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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Fisherwick with Tamhorn FISHERWICK WITH TAMHORN 1921 PLAN of the MANSION in its Present state.

    Townships Fisherwick with Tamhorn FISHERWICK WITH TAMHORN Fisherwick, 2,130 a. (861 ha.) in area, is a civil parish without a village, there being no church, school, shop, or public house. 1 It was formed in 1934 from most of the

    List of maps and plans

    Survey Map 6" ( 1883-7 edn.) " 230 20. Fisherwick and Tamhorn 1921. Based on Ordnance Survey Map 6" ( 1924-5 edn.) " 238 21. Fisherwick Hall in 1808 . From Fisherwick Park sale catalogue 1808, plan between pp. 10

    Parishes Bolehall and Glascote

    Marquess of Donegal . In the overthrow is a doubled monogram, apparently A.L.F., for Arthur ( Chichester ) created Lord Fisherwick in 1790 (and Marquess of Donegal in 1791 ). MANORS BOLEHALL BOLEHALL was presumably originally part of Amington .

    Index A - K

    see Fisherwick : Fisherwick Dairy farm Horton , q.v . hunting, 250 inc., 248-9 inds., 238-9, 251 Jenny's Lodge , 244-5, 249 Jenny's Lodge farm, see Fisherwick : Fisherwick Park farm local govt., 251-2 Lucas Lodge , see Fisherwick :

    Townships Freeford FREEFORD 1985

    the later 18th century. 22 Ranulf held the manor of the bishop in 1086 . He also held Timmor in Fisherwick , and by 1135 Freeford formed a knight's fee with Timmor and with Fradswell in Colwich . 23 By

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    of Finochelli , Giov. Franc. information of Fisher , George Jane, information of Thos., letter of Mr. Fisheries for herrings Fisherwick Fishing Company , royal commission, & c. for Fishing vessels Fiskerton gaol Fitch , Col. Thos. Fitt , (plotter) Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    , Peter, Earl of Fingaltown Finisterre , Cape Fire engine , invention of Fireworks Fisher , Frances Hugh John Mr. Fisherwick , letter dated at Richard Fitzgerald , Alexander Basil Capt. David James John Maurice Thomas Fitzhardinge , Viscount Fitzharris Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 20 October 1831, 20 October 1831-20 October 1831

    Ds. Belhaven & Stenton . Ds. Boyle . Ds. Ducie . Ds. Sundridge & Hamilton . Ds. Foley . Ds. Fisherwick . Ds. Auckland . Ds. Yarborough . Ds. Lilford . Ds. Dunalley . Ds. Somerhill . Ds. Seaford .

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 71, July 1570, 01 July 1570-31 July 1570

    contribute. Inclosing , 72. i. Certificate by Sir William Sneyde to the Council, of the inability of John Skevington, of Fisherwick, to contribute the loan of 50 l . 24 June 1570. July. 73. Lady Julyane Holcroft to same. Prays Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    , Exportation of Fish extraordinary Fish Street Fisher Fisher , Alexander Fisher , John Fisher , Mr. Fisher , Thomas Fisherwick Fishmongers' Company Fisshe , Thomas Fiste , Jane Fiste , Mr. Fitzalan , Henry, Earl of Arundel Fitzgarret , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    geisio cyffroi mwy ar r yebryd eenhadol. Yr oedd jr ail ddor'ith yeasl ci rhoddi yr wythnos o'r blaen, yn Fisherwick Place Church, Belfast, gan y Parch. Robert Baron, Whitehaven, -sr "Robert Morrison," rhagrodeg- ydd ceenhadaethaln Proteatanaidd yo China, DywedAc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has one. At Brook Hay Farm the at Earl of Lichffeld has seven beasts down; while Mr.' 1iven, , of Fisherwick, has some affected.' At.Whittingtdn Hurst, Mr. Shuffiebotham has one beast bad ;.and in Whittington, Mu lrs. Maskery is similarly. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. L. Coxon being named in addition to the old members. Mr. Thomas Wheelton is trans- farred from Whittington to Fisherwick, in the place of Mr. C. Xaven, and the Rev. W. H. Kay succeeds him, Mr. D. Neville refusing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AND PCS : 'Mr. John Moon, hlasatei, l'13tiiocMth * Mr. J.1hm D. Spearing, Moulsford, 'it-uiizferd; and IlMr. J. K. Bourne, Fisherwick, Lich. fiell. j. flool'S D BARL)EtY : Mr. J. Mathews, Edg- testes.B FsoP 1'OULstY: The lov. 1L Pulleine, Kirby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seems to be that of 1789, in (3) "A Companion to theLeasowes, Hagley, and En. ville, with a Sketch of Fisherwick, the Seat of the Right Hon. the Earl of Donegall, to which is prefixed the Present State of Birmingham. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 June 1820, 9 June 1820

    Boston. Ds. Holland. Ds. Foley. Ds. Dynevor. Ds. Walsingham. Ds. Bagot. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Montagu. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Amherst. Ds. Fisherwick. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Selsey. Ds. Dawnay. Ds. Calthorpe. Ds. De Dunstanville. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Bolton. Ds. Lilford. Ds. Fitzgibbon. Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1820, 23 June 1820

    Ds. Walsingham. Ds. Bagot. Ds. Bulkeley. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Gordon. Ds. Carleton. Ds. Suffield. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Braybrooke. Ds. Amherst. Ds. Fisherwick. Ds. Gage. Ds. Selsey. Ds. Yarborough. Ds. Dawnay. Ds. Rous. Ds. Calthorpe. Ds. De Dunstanvilk- Ds. Rolle. Comes Subscribers-only content

    26 June 1820, 26 June 1820

    Ds. Foley. - Ds. Dynevor. Ds. Walsingham. Ds. Bulkeley. Ds. Sommers. Ds. Gordon. Ds. Suffield. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Amherst. Ds. Fisherwick. Ds. Gage. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Selsey. Ds. Yarborough. Ds. Dalvnay. Ds. Rous. Ds. Calthorpe. Ds. De Dunstanville. Ds. Rolle. Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1820, 27 June 1820

    Newcastle. Comes Shaftesbury. Comes Spencer. Comes Grosvenor. Comes Carnarvon. Comes Liverpool. Comes Beauchamp. Ds. Clifton. Ds. Suffield. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Fisherwick. Ds. Calthorpe. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Redesdale. Ds. Ellenborough. Ds. Arden. Routledge i C ruthers et al. et e con. Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1820, 4 July 1820

    Holland. Ds. Ducie. Ds. Sundridge. Ds. Dynevor. Ds. Walsingham. Ds. Rodney. Ds. Berwick. Ds. Suffield. Ds. Kenyon. Ds. Amherst. Ds. Fisherwick. Ds. Gage. Ds. Auckland. Ds. Mendip. Ds. Yarborough. Ds. Dawnay. Ds. Calthorpe. Ds. De Dunstanville. Ds. Wellesley. Ds. Bayning. Subscribers-only content

 

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