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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRIMSTON, Hon. James (1711-73), of Gorhambury, Herts.

    James (1711-73), of Gorhambury, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 1754 1761 Biography James Grimston, whose father had represented St. Albans in four Parliaments 1710-22 and 1727-1734, was a candidate at the by-election of 1743, but refused to offer any bribes

    GRIMSTON, William (c.1683-1756), of Gorhambury, nr. St. Albans, Herts.

    of Gorhambury, nr. St. Albans, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 1710 1722 St Albans 1727 1734 Biography As a minor, William Luckyn inherited the estates of his great-uncle, Sir Samuel Grimston, whose name he assumed. The estates included Gorhambury, formerly

    BACON, Anthony (1558-1601), of Gorhambury, Herts. and Essex House, London.

    (1558-1601), of Gorhambury, Herts. and Essex House, London. Constituency Dates Wallingford 1593 Oxford 1597 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Herts. from c.1592. Biography Anthony Bacon was the elder son of Sir Nicholas Bacon’s marriage to the talented and learned Anne Cooke, translator

    GRIMSTON, Samuel (1644-1700), of Gorhambury, Herts.

    (1644-1700), of Gorhambury, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 15 May 1668 St Albans Oct. 1679 St Albans 1681 St Albans 1689 St Albans 1690 St Albans 1695 St Albans 1698 17 Oct. 1700 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Essex, Herts.

    GRIMSTON, James Bucknall, 3rd Visct. Grimston [I] (1747-1808), of Gorhambury, Herts.

    Visct. Grimston [I] (1747-1808), of Gorhambury, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 29 Dec. 1783 1784 Hertfordshire 1784 1790 Biography Grimston inherited a strong interest in Hertfordshire and at St. Albans. In 1774 he stood unsuccessfully for Hertfordshire, but failed to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of St Albans Introduction

    High Street , George Street , and Fishpool Street , and rejoining the Roman road near the entrance to the Gorhambury Drive at St. Michael 's. In the Roman period there was apparently an important road coming from the south-west,

    The hundred of Cashio Introduction

    St. Peter, Redbourn and Sandridge . After the Dissolution t he lordship of the soke descended with the manor of Gorhambury . This list, with part of the parish of Aldenham , represents the extent of the hundred at the

    Parishes Redbourn

    Anne , widow of Thomas Meautis. 17 From Sir Harbottle the manor of Redbourn descended in the same way as Gorhambury (q.v.) to the earl of Verulam, the present possessor. Grimston . Argent a fesse sable and thereon three pierced

    Memoir of William Page and list of his writings

    of the St. Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and Archaeological Society , N.S. i, 84-102. 1899. Report on the condition of Gorhambury Block and St. Germain's Block by Messrs. Kitton and Page. Transactions of the St. Albans and Hertfordshire Architectural and

    Preface

    The general arrangement and appearance of Sopwell House and its surroundings are fortunately recorded on a sixteenth-century plan preserved at Gorhambury , here in part produced by kind permission of the earl of Verulam. The house is shown as a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the expenses oF the course (156 subscribers). Mr Bowes's b. c. Cotherstone, by Touchstone-Scott - I Col. Charritie's b. c. Gorhambury, by Buzzard-Buckle - 2 It would take up too much space to enumerate all the ups and downs of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir G. Heatheote's Sirikol, 3 yes, 6st. 101b. crTried fist. 121b. (Chapple) 2 Eleven others started. Betting-2 to I aget Gorhambury, 4 to I agst Hyllus, 10 to I agst Sirikol. Golden Rule started with a lead of seve- ral Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last week large sums of money were paid in the presence of the police to the Earl of Verulam at Gorhambury, that a similar practice has pre- vailed with the Duke of Richmond at Goodwood, and at Ascot, Moulsey, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the course of the day a true bill was returned against several persons for keeping gambling booths at the last Gorhambury races. ABINGDoN, TRURaDAY.-The commission for the county of Berks was opened here by Mr Serjeant Atcherley. The calendar is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Verulam continues in a very unsatisfac. tory state of health. His Lordship is surrounded by a family circle at Gorhambury. NAPOLEON'S WIDOW AND THE MOTHER OF HENRI CINQ.-A letter from Venice informs us that at the late regatta there, Subscribers-only content

 

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