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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ridgmont

    de Greys , just as was the case with other holdings above mentioned, for in an Exchequer Inquisition of Elizabeth's time mention is made of a 'Close called Norwood ' which belonged at some time to the de Greys Earls

    Standlake Manors

    Greys presumably had a house or home farm in 1279 when land was in demesne, but no owners are known to have resided and by the 1360s the demesne was leased. 80 Manorial buildings stood probably in or near

    Parishes Flitton cum Silsoe

    1809 . 7 Manors The manor of WREST in Silsoe , which has been in the possession of the De Greys , earls of Kent , and their descendants for over six hundred years, was held at the time of

    Parishes Upper Gravenhurst

    to Sir Henry Grey of Wrest, when he received the manor of Upper Gravenhurst . It was held by the Greys jointly with the Manor of Upper Gravenhurst until 1613, when Henry, earl of Kent , alienated the manor to

    Parishes Clophill

    inheritance of Isabel, the eldest sister, and continued in her descendants 10 until after 1415, when it passed to the Greys , earls of Kent , 11 and finally came into the hands of the king. 12 At the time

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mwyaf a yieddangos. odd erioed yn ffurfafen boliticaidd Prydain Fawr, ae fod mawredd, a mawredd felly, yn rhedeglyn ngwaed y Greys, aclyn cynyddu wrth redeg, o dad i iab. Ond nid oedd pobl eraill yn gallu gweled y mawredd ynddo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n gyda'r gerbydres am Cabir, ac wedi iddynt f 3 ymadael, bygytbiai y dorf filwr perthynol i'r 2 bi Scots Greys oedd yn sefyll ar y ]lwyfan. IYm- I n yrodd yr heddgeidwad, pryd y trodd y dorf t arnynt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    disinetnber, in the present reign, the popualation and strength of the Empire, one almoqt feels asbaneedi of talkinr up Lord Greys assertino serioutsly to ref Ite, and wo011 hiold upon it a disdainful silence, were it not that his Lotl1Ship's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orde; of Knighthood) iswa Scotch gen- tleman of fortune, and Was fo'rmerly an Officer in that distioguisbed regiment the Scotch Greys. He is a man of great zeal. and personal bravery, and of very considerable acquirements. - He- travelled much;t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    refractory workmen have been increased in number by sonie thousands from the Rock, Tredegar, Sirhowey, and Pont-y-pool works. The Scotch Greys have remained at Aberga- venay; and the knowledge that the County Cavalry are on the alert, and that application Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    of a miscellaneous force of about 11,000 men, consisting of ten battalions of infantry, one regiment of Dragoons (the Scots Greys ), and six batteries of field artillery, quartered in different garrisons. In addition to this force, however, there were Subscribers-only content

    The siege of London., 1885

    cavalry with such a tremendous fire that they were thrown into confusion, and taking ad vantage of this, the Scots Greys were pushed forward, and they charged with such impetuosity that the lighter French horsemen went down before them, and Subscribers-only content

    What shall we name it?: a dictionary of baptismal names for children., 1885

    Peafowl, Plymouth Rocks, Polands, Silkies, Spanish, Turkeys. RABBITS .-Appliances, Angoras, Bel¬ gian Hares, Dutch, Himalayans, Lops, Sil¬ ver Creams, Silver Greys . RIDING & DRIVING.-Appliances; Carriages, Carts, Chairs, Horses, Rugs, Saddlery. SCIENTIFIC. - Botany , Chemistry , Conchology, Electrical, Entomology, Subscribers-only content

    The Gweedore hunt: a story of English justice in Ireland., 1889

    trials at Letter- kenny two hundred foot police-armed to the teeth-fifty mounted men, and a detatchment of Rifles and Scots Greys , occupied the town. Guards were at every mountain pass. But the most disgraceful wrong done to Gweedore was Subscribers-only content

    The House of Lords: its history, rights and uses : with a short summary of the past actions of some of our old nobility., 1893

    of the Stanleys, a house which for bravery and eloquence and patriotism is second to none in history. The Greys , the Cavendishes, and the Pagets are each worthy the position they occupy, and their actions and pedigrees reflect lustre Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 December 1690, 27 December 1690

    Vifcount Sidney. L. Vifcount Longue- vjlle. Ds. Willoughby, Ds. Morley. Ds. Eure. Ds. Wharton. Ds. Howard Eff. Ds. North & Greys Ds. Chandos. Ds. Sidney. Ds. Lovelace. Ds. Maynard. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Jermyn. Ds. Vaughan. Ds. Ward. Ds. Colpeper. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1696, 10 February 1697

    the faid Bill. 95 Upon reading the Petition of Thomas Martin ; pray- L y, " That Joßn Lone, of Greys Line Efquire, may enter r.izance far " into a Recognizance for him, upon his Appeal depen- Martini " ding Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1702, 29 January 1703

    Kingston. Comes Carnarvon. Comes Thanet. Comes Sunderland. Comes Scarfdaki Cornels Sandwich» Ds. Lawarr. Ds. Ferrers. Ds. Wharton^ Ds. North & Greys, Ds. Chandos. Ds. Lovelace. Ds; Pouletti Ds. Howard Eß. Ds. Mohun. us* Raby. Ds. Byr071. Ds. Colepeper. Ds. Lucas. Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1703, 17 February 1704

    Amendment. Ds. Bergevenny. Ds. Laivarr. Ds. Fit zw alt er, Ds. Wharton. Ds. Paget. Ds« Howard Ejf. Ds. North & Greys, Ds. Grey W. Ds. Lovelace. Ds. Poulet. Ds. Mohun. Ds. Byron. Ds. Vaughan. Ds. Ciilpeper. Ds. Lucas. Ds. Berkeley. Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1720, 20 March 1721

    Ordered, That the Bill, with the Amendments, be engroffed. Hodie 3* vice leela efl Billa, intituled, " An Aft De Greys " for difcharging certain Eftates, in the Counties ofBUl: " Norfolk and Suffolk, of and from the Ufes and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 08/11/1738

    of which Wound she instantly died. July the 7th . 2. Dean Bryant , 38 Years of Age, born at Greys in Essex , of honest Parents; he served his Apprenticeship at Sea , and sailed afterwards in King's Ships,


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