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  • * British History Online *

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    Additional notes

    these 1. Sir Walter Hungerford of Farleigh Castle, the then head of the family, who was created Baron Hungerford of Heytesbury in 1536. 2. Sir John Hungerford of Down Ampney. 3. Sir Anthony Hungerford, also of Down Ampney, his son.

    Addenda and corrigenda to volume 1

    Morgan, Sir J. C. Bell and Sir G. Woodman. " 300 (1640-1653), E. Ashe, who sat throughout the Parliament for Heytesbury was elected Alderman of Vintry in June, 1653. " 304 1702-1705, line 6, after Aldersgate add who was returned

    Addenda and corrigenda to volume 2

    " 82 H. Hunter, between died and 1669 insert December 27. E. Ash, read Ashe and before died insert M.P. Heytesbury, 1640 53. F. Whorwood, omit the line beginning 'Will' and substitute died January, 1655: Will January 7; proved January

    Abrahall - Ayray

    (Rumper), "the greatest clothier in England", bro Edward Ash, MP Heytesbury, 1640 (Rumper), Ald, 1653, bro Sir Joseph Ash, Bt, MP Heytesbury, 1661 (void), Downton, 1670-81, bro Samuel Ash, MP Heytesbury, 1659, Chippenham, 1679-81, uncle of John Ash, MP Westbury,

    Report on the Charities of the Mercers' Company, Appendix

    for five years at North Sway National School, then elected to mastership of Heytesbury National School. I took him on the testimonial of the vicar of Heytesbury, who would gladly have retained him, but he did not consider himself equal

    Jackson - Justice

    1673-8, Treas, 1659-61, Dep Gov, 1662-71, Gov 1672-3 (6) Personalty, Oct 1680, £34,323 (7) City property, land Ches (8) MP Heytesbury, 1660, 1661-79 (9) Dissenter (bequests to nonconformist ministers) (8) Da Rebecca mar Sir Samuel Moyer, Bt, da Anne mar

    Discharged aldermen in Parliament, etc.

    1659, April-December, 1660. Martin Noell [Aldersgate, December, 1657 ] Stafford, 1656 1658, January-April, 1659. John Jolliffe [Bishopsgate, September, 1658 ] Heytesbury, April-December, 1660, 1661 1679. William Strode [Vintry, February, 1661 ] Ilchester, 1646 1648. Nicholas Delves [Vintry, April, 1661 ]

    Notes on the aldermen, 1502-1700

    brother of Sir Joseph Ashe, Bart., and ancestor (through the marriage of his grand-daughter to Pierce A'Court) of the Lords Heytesbury. 1653. Sir William Leman. Nephew of Sir John Leman (Lord Mayor 1616 7). 1653. John Pierce. He at first

    Aldermen in Parliament for other constituencies

    sit for Southwark and Richard Forcet, one of the Common Pleaders, represented Bossiney, having sat for Stafford in 1547, and Heytesbury in the first Parliament of 1554. 1555 (January) 1555 (Oct.-Dec.) Eston was re-elected for Southwark. 1558 (Jan.-Nov.) 1559 (January-May)

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