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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FURSDON, John, of Fursdon in Liskeard, Cornw.

    FURSDON, John, of Fursdon in Liskeard, Cornw. Constituency Dates Liskeard 1420 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cornw. Nov. 1416. Biography John Fursdon’s family may be traced back to the mid 13th century when members of it first became involved in the

    LAWHIRE, John, of Lawhire, Cornw.

    was himself once more returned to Parliament. On 27 Dec. 1420, shortly after the dissolution, he stood bail for John Fursdon, one of the Liskeard representatives, and provided securities for his attendance in Chancery in the following law term.[footnote]From 1424

    CORK, John, of Paderda in Menheniot, Cornw.

    then, being bent (so it was alleged) on the 'finall distruction' of Fursdon and his wife, he sent a gang of armed men to their place at Fursdon, stole some 200 head of livestock and held their servants to ransom.

    TREVANION, Richard (d.1426/7), of Carhayes in St. Michael Carhayes, Cornw.

    and by a complaint by John Fursdon* in 1424 that he and his relatives had broken into his property at Fursdon in Liskeard, taken his charters, carried off his stepdaughter, and caused his wife to have miscarriage. Despite all this,

    RESPRYN, Richard, of Respryn in St. Winnow, Cornw.

    when John Fursdon* alleged that he had been among those who joined Richard Trevanion* in breaking into his manor-house at Fursdon, nearly killing him and his wife, and causing the latter to suffer a miscarriage. However, by the time a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Post: Surg. W,. J. Mtacfarlane, from the '9911 Foot, to be Surg., vice Watt, who exchanges-29tha Feet : G. E. Fursdon, Gent., to be Enisign, withont purchase, to succession to Lieut. Henderson, deceased -31st Foot: Capt. C. Provost, fiom half-pay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tile rank of Slaj-Gen ; Capt G A Fereri, from tile 16th Foot, tobe Capt, v Westropp; Eas G E Fursdon lobe Lieut, withut parchae, v Dickinson, promoted to 11th Foot-31SC Foot: A C Gow, Gent, to be Ens, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of'icers also left this r garrison with the tDoop1: Lieutenant C. Spencer, 82nd B regiment; Ensigna A. Black, C. E. Fursdon, and W. M. Cochrane, 29th regiment. Y The following is a list of the vessels which sailed from if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vincent, New College; Henryfluryliorner, Magdalen College; Iev.ThoasH onry Cecil Hughes, Chatles Marriott, Rev. Fredeck John Brown, Brasenose College; Rev. Charles Fursdon Rolers and Rev. Francis Edmund William Wilmot, Trinity College; Rev. Frederick Bell and Rev. John Algernon Curling, University College; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    completely to dlrowit the speaker's voice.) 'Lhe HIGHn SHERIFtF, after having attempted in vain to obtaiui a hiearing for Mr. Fursdon, then addressed the meeting-" Gentlemen, I beg leave, at tiis early stage 6a the meeting, to infouin yow, that Subscribers-only content

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