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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rampton Local government

    490-2, 494-8; C.R.O., 606/M 3; ibid. L 2/1-4. C.U.L., Doc. 485, rot. 10. Ibid. Doc. 491 (1). Ibid. Doc. 495-6. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 99 n. Poor Law Abstract , 1804, 36-7; Poor Rate Returns , 1816-21 ,

    HISTON Local government

    525 (uncat.). Ibid. ct. bk. St. Andrew 1863-1935 , p. 87 (uncat.). Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 128 n., 162. Poor Law Abstract, 1804 , 34-5. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 209-10, citing C.R.O., P 93/12/16 . Poor

    Milton Local government

    an abstract survives for 1791-1818 : ibid. L 3/7. Ibid. L 3/4, pp. 6, 48-50; L 3/6, pp. 46-7, 140. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 121. Cf. C.U.L., E.D.R., H 1/ Milton 1638. Poor Law Abstract, 1804 , 36-7.

    Burwell Local government

    18/18/2. Poor Law Abstract , 1804, 38-9. Ibid. 1818, 30-1. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 191. Rep. H.L. Cttee. on Poor Laws , 330-1. C.R.O., P 18/19/1 (i-ii); Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 121. Poor Rate Returns ,

    Chesterton Local government

    Ibid. ct. bk. A, p. 144; cf. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 126-7. P.R.O., E 179/84/437, rot. 54 and d. C.R.O., 399/M 3, pp. 77-9; cf. Poor Law Abstract, 1804 , 34-5. Hampson , Poverty in Cambs . 101

  • * British History Online * *

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    British History Online

    this A Sir John Lawrence Baronet Sir Arthur Manwaring Sir Edward Salter Sir John Parsons Sir Robert Lovett Knights Thomas Hampson Francis Cheyney the elder William Bowyer Henry Bulstrode Thomas Stafford Edmond West Gabriel Hipesley John Crooke Anthony Ratcliffe Edmond

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 5 July 1647, 05 July 1647-05 July 1647

    Judge of the Admiralty, for his Encouragement in this Service. Hampson's Delinqueney. Ordered , That the Delinquency of Sir Thomas Hampson be referred to the Examination and Consideration of the Committee at Haberdashers Hall : Who are to report the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 20 July 1647, 20 July 1647-20 July 1647

    done upon it. Hampson's Petition. Ordered , That, when the Report concerning Sir Thomas Hampson shall be made, the humble Petition of the said Sir Thomas Hampson , now delivered in, shall be read. Chancellor of Oxford University. The Ordinance

    Minute Book, July 1663, 01 July 1663-31 July 1663

    to same he be discharged. [ Ibid . p. 209. ] July 14. Petition from John Watson and William Hanson (Hampson), Comburgesses and Justices of Peace for the Corporation of Grantham, and Thomas Oldfield, one of the second Twelve of

    Cases brought before the committee, May 1643, 01 May 1643-31 May 1643

    Waldrond, of Wells, co. Somerset, owing Sir Thos. Hampson 400 l , of which he has paid 200 l . to Turner, both are forbidden to pay any part thereof to Hampson without further order. 5 320 15 Dec. Sir Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Has- sey, tried for murder, 602.. George Hicks tried for de- frauding J. W. Parkins of six thousand pounds, 602.. Hampson v. Ridgeway (at Lancaster) for assault, 603.. Shelnerdine v. Hudwell (at Lancaster) for debt-Disa cretiou. of a Judge, 603..Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lloyton, cotton-spinner. [Adiington & Co. BedIfor d-row. S. Morteslsead, M~anlchelster, cotton-spinner. [Adlingtoir andil Co. Bedfurd-r.wv T. Claytons, sen. MIanchester, chesefactor. [Hampson, Manchester. Fsiday, Feb. 17. BIANKSRUSPTCY SUPERSEDED. 1. Harvey, Dartford, Kent, timber-merchant. 13IN NKRUPt s. R. Benns, Bread-st. victualler. [Ceombe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester on Tuesday evening. William Hampson, a young man whose wife poisoned her- self abut three years ago, in consequence it was said of jealousy, arising out of a supposed improper intercourse be- tween Hampson and the servant girl, took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place, li'esy stable keepers-Barnard and Joy, Norwich, ironmongers-R. S. Wright and W. B. Girdlestone, Golden square, attorneys-J. dO'Clure and Co. Hampson Mills, near Bury, and AMaocleswer, calico printers-Pinkess and Dadiling. Liverpool. varnish mnanufacturers-S. and J. Wiggins, Danbury, Essex, brewers- ,Moody Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackburn, Bradford, Yorkashire, woolstapler. [Morris, Bradford. J. Gibbs, lExeter, tailor. [Clipperton, Bedford row. 1, G., and H. Allen, Birmingham, drapers. [Hampson, Man- chester. C. Robson, Shotley bridge, Durham, miller. [Reggison and Co. King's road, Bedford row. DECLARATIONS OF INSOLVENCY. G. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAMPSON, Sir Denis, 3rd Bt. (c.1653-1719), of Taplow, Bucks.

    HAMPSON, Sir Denis, 3rd Bt. (c.1653-1719), of Taplow, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1685 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Bucks. 1673-80, 1689-90; j.p. Bucks. 1675-?1702, Oxon. 1700-?2; dep. lt. Bucks. 1680-?1702, Oxon. 1701-2; capt. of militia horse, Bucks. 1680-at

 

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