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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    , D.L., J.P., F.S.A.; Mr. A. E. Gibbs , F.L.S., F.E.S.; Mr. H. R. Wilton Hall ; Col. A. Unwin Heathcote , R.E.; Mr. George Loader ; Mr. Henry Lomas , Clerk to the Rickmansworth Urban District Council; Mr. W.

    Parishes Wasperton

    of corn in Heathcote ; 21 and this was still paid in 1535 , 22 at which date Thelsford had 8 s . rents in Wasperton . 23 After the Dissolution, in 1544 , pasture in Heathcote , late of

    Parishes Shephall

    Samuel Heathcote Unwin Heathcote , who already possessed one-third as heir of his mother, the daughter of Michael Heathcote . 34 On his death in 1862 , 35 the manor of Shephall came to his son Unwin Unwin Heathcote .

    Parishes Normanton Heathcote . Ermine three roundels vert each charged with a cross or . Daubeney. Or two cheverons and a border gules . Fancourt. Azure billety or with a quarter ermine .

    the 18thcentury building. All the mural tablets of the Heathcote family are now in the vestibule and at the west end of the nave; the oldest is that of Sir Gilbert Heathcote , 1st baronet, who died in January 1733

    Longton

    Heathcote family, 170 passing on the death of Sir John Edensor Heathcote in 1822 to his eldest son, Richard Edensor Heathcote , 171 who died in 1850 and was succeeded by John Edensor Heathcote . 172 This John Edensor

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 5 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Aldermen.]

    should examine and decide any Controversy arising about the Election of an Alderman. Thursday, Septemb. 20. 1711 . Sir Gilbert Heathcote , Knt. Lord Maior. A Common Council was called to pass the Orphans Bill. Then (the Bill depending in

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Act for the Watches] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [and Lights.]

    tertio, Annoq; Dom. 1716 , coram Jacobo Bateman, Milite, Majore Civit' predictæ, Johanne Parsons, Mil', Samuele Garrard , Bar' Gilberto Heathcote , Mil', Ricardo Hoare , Mil', Samuele Stanier , Mil', Carolo Peers, Mil', Aldermannis ejusdem Civit', Willielmo Thomson, Mil',

    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    Child , Kt. Gilb. Heathcote , Esq; 4, ditto, (b) Rob. Clayton , Kt. Will. Ashurst , Kt. Gilb. Heathcote , Kt. Sam. Shepheard, Esq; 7, ditto, Will. Withers , Kt. Will. Ashurst , Kt. Gilbert Heathcote , Kt. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prevented bin from doing so-(Appleuse).-Lord Sefton's health was draink Wilti enolnusiasm.-The Worthy Baronet also read an apoloqy from Sir !dlhert Heathcote. Sir F. BaRDoETT then gave, 4 Ireland, and destruetior to DI religious intolerance." He said tnus minch to do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedl'ord-row. 'W. Barion, Nortlissicli, Cheslsire,-grocer. Attorney, Mr. Jol1, Palkgrave-place, Temple. R. Snelgr<ove. Warninigeisrp, Sesswx, woolstapler. Attonrie., Messrt. PI reeman and Heathcote, Coleasan-street. W. Smith, Plymouth-Doclk, cabitst-rnmakcr. Attornies, Messrs. Darke, Chltrch, e d Darke, Red Lion-square. J. ileppenstall, Dnceaster, tgricultural mechine-nsaker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stelling Altinnia, Kent, dealer. Solicitor, Mr. Scada. more, King's-:Bench-vvalk, Temple. R. Whittingliam, George-sireet, Bryanstone-sqcnne, dealer. Sail. citors, Messis. Freeman and Heathcote, Cole ntseet. W. Alfrey, Cloak-lane, warehouseman. Solicitor, Mr Jones Bruqhvwick-sqiiare. I M J. G. Hodgson, Piazza Coffee-house, Covent-garden, Atinemtner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Taylor, Esq. .. . 4900 t.R Liston, Esg. * 2005 Right Hon. Fitzgerald . 4900 >Oe rneand caase, tR. Heathcote, Esq. 1s95 None en, ragov C. H. Fraser, Esq. 1395 Ditto Sa Ga * * * . fir. Hammond, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wendover-eommon. Tibe conbatants were Rawcins, a coachman, and Heathcote, a sawyer, and the nratch was for 51. A very hard battle of seeenty rounds was fought, at tile close of witich Heathcote was carried away, and dlied in the night. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Repealing several Subsidies and an Impost now payable on Tobacco of the British Plantations, and for Granting an Inland Duty in lieu thereof, 11 June 1727

    Richard, for P/yzB/WB, in DeiiOK/SzVf. Forbes Duncan, fori^rZfo/t?,/»iZf?rHf/},&c. Fox Stephen, for .Sfoj/ttzWy, Z?or/#&lt;^zjz&gt;f. •Frankland Sir Thomas, for 7&quot;/jzVi&, in 3irzc/&zj-t?. Heathcote Sir John, for iJoz/zzzyw, Gjjttcu. Hervey Lord for 5r. £^zzzzzB^&apos;j-jBrzr&gt;, in Lowther Anthony, for z^&gt;i?zBor?/tfHrf. Oxenden Sir George, for Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1724, 15 December 1724

    To return the Bill, intituled, &quot; An Act to diffolve &quot; the Marriage of William Tonge Efquire with Mary &quot; Heathcote ; and to enable him to marry again; and for *&apos; other Purpofes therein mentioned ;&quot; and to acquaint Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1758, 16 March 1758

    Houfe, without any Amendment.&quot; ta, Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of. Stephenfon and Conftance his Wife; complaining of a Heathcote Decree of the Court of Chancery, of the 8th Day of& al- February 1758 ; and praying, &quot; That Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1766, 5 May 1766

    or Survivor of them, (hall think reafonable to be paid by either of them, the laid Earl or Sir Gilbert Heathcote, to the other of them, as and for fuch Cofts, Charges, and Expenfes, as fhall have been occafioned by Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1771, 11 March 1771

    vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, &quot; An Act for Bill read* vefting the fettled Eftates of Thomas Parkinfon, Ed¬ ward Heathcote, and Catharine his Wife, and their refpective Children, lying in the Counties of Notting¬ ham, Lincoln, and Chefter, in Subscribers-only content

 

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