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    A’COURT, Charles Ashe (1785-1861), of Heytesbury, Wilts.

    A’COURT, Pierce (c.1677-1725), of Ivy Church, nr. Salisbury, Wilts. and Rodden, Som.

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders Estimated number qualified to vote: 26 EDWARD HENRY A’COURT 8 Mar. 1820 CHARLES ASHE A’COURT 8 Mar. 1820 HENRY HANDLEY vice Charles Ashe A’Court, vacated his seat 3 Aug.

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information No names known for 1510-23 SIR JOHN SEYMOUR 1529 ROBERT SEYMOUR 1529 (not known) 1536 (not known) 1539 (not known) 1542 WILLIAM SHARINGTON 1545 EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN II 1545 THOMAS THROCKMORTON I 1547 THOMAS EYNNS 1547

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information SIR RALPH HOPTON 14 Jan. 1559 RICHARD PALLADY 14 Jan. 1559 RICHARD KINGSMILL 1562/3 RICHARD CABELL 1562/3 THOMAS WROUGHTON 1571 RICHARD CABELL 1571 SIR JOHN THYNNE 1572 EDWARD STAFFORD II 1572 JASPER MOORE vice Thynne,

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the burgage-holders THOMAS MOORE 30 Mar. 1660 JOHN JOLLIFFE 30 Mar. 1660 SIR JOSPEH ASHE, Bt. 4 Apr. 1661 JOHN JOLLIFFE 4 Apr. 1661 SIR CHARLES BERKELEY I 4 Apr. 1661

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders EDWARD ASHE 24 Jan. 1715 WILLIAM ASHE 24 Jan. 1715 EDWARD ASHE 19 July 1720 re-elected after appointment to office EDWARD ASHE 22 Mar. 1722 PIERCE A'COURT 22 Mar.

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders WILLIAM EDEN, Baron Auckland [I] 18 June 1790 WILLIAM PIERCE ASHE A 'COURT 18 June 1790 MICHAEL ANGELO TAYLOR vice A ’Court vacated his seat 22 Dec. 1790 RICHARD

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Double Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders Pierce A'Court Ashe 16 Apr. 1754 William A'Court 16 Apr. 1754 Thomas Bennet 16 Apr. 1754 Pierce A'Court Ashe 25 Mar. 1761 William A'Court 25 Mar. 1761 Charles

    Heytesbury

    Heytesbury Borough Background Information Right of Election: in burgage holders Number of Qualified Electors: about 26 WILLIAM ASHE I 8 Mar. 1690 WILLIAM TRENCHARD 8 Mar. 1690 WILLIAM ASHE I 1 Nov. 1695 EDWARD ASHE 1 Nov. 1695 WILLIAM

    ASHE, William (?1714-50), of Heytesbury, Wilts.

    ASHE, William (?1714-50), of Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1747 11 Aug. 1750 Biography William Ashe was brought in as a Whig at Heytesbury by his uncle Edward, to whose estates he succeeded, thereby gaining complete political control of the

    ASHE, William (1647-1713), of the Inner Temple and Heytesbury, Wilts.

    William (1647-1713), of the Inner Temple and Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 8 Oct. 1668 Heytesbury Mar. 1679 Heytesbury Oct. 1679 Heytesbury 1681 Heytesbury 1685 Heytesbury 1689 Heytesbury 1690 Heytesbury 1695 Heytesbury 1698 Heytesbury Jan. 1701 Wiltshire Dec. 1701 Ofifces

    A'COURT, Edward Henry (1783-1855), of Heytesbury, Wilts. and 16 Ryder Street, Mdx.

    A'COURT, Pierce (?1677-1725), of Ivy Church, Wilts.

    A'COURT, Pierce (?1677-1725), of Ivy Church, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1713 1715 Heytesbury 1722 20 Mar. 1725 Biography Pierce A’Court was brought in as a Whig by his brother-in-law, Edward Ashe, for the family borough. He died 20 Mar. 1725.

    HOOD, Hon. Samuel (1788-1868).

    HOOD, Hon. Samuel (1788-1868). Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1812 291818 Biography Hood, a scion of the distinguished naval family, was returned for Heytesbury on the A’Court interest, which was awarded at that time to the highest bidder. He appeared on the

    A'COURT (afterwards A'COURT ASHE), Pierce (?1707-68), of Ivy Church and Heytesbury, Wilts.

    A'COURT (afterwards A'COURT ASHE), Pierce (?1707-68), of Ivy Church and Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1734 1768 Biography A’Court was brought in as a Whig at Heytesbury by his uncle Edward Ashe. Voting for the Administration in all recorded divisions,

    ASHE, Edward (1654-1731), of Candlewick Street, London and The Friary, Westminster.

    ASHE, Edward (1654-1731), of Candlewick Street, London and The Friary, Westminster. Constituency Dates Heytesbury Mar. 1679 Heytesbury Oct. 1679 Heytesbury 1681 Heytesbury 1685 Ofifces Held Capt. 1 Marine Regt. 1690-6; comptroller of customs, Plymouth 1698-d. Biography Under his father’s will

    ASHE, William I (1647-1713), of Heytesbury, Wilts.

    ASHE, William I (1647-1713), of Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 8 Oct. 1668 Jan. 1681 Heytesbury 1685 1687 Heytesbury 1689 Nov. 1701 Wiltshire Dec. 1701 1702 Ofifces Held Capt. of ft. regt. of Mq. of Worcester 1673–4. Biography Ashe took

    BENNETT, John.

    Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1586 Westbury 1589 Biography There are three possible candidates for either or both these seats, assuming, as is likely, that a local man sat in each case. The status of all three was low: as, in all

    ASHE, William (c.1675-bef. Jan. 1732), of Ormond St., London, and Heytesbury, Wilts.

    ASHE, William (c.1675-bef. Jan. 1732), of Ormond St., London, and Heytesbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Heytesbury 1708 1713 Heytesbury 1715 1722 Biography William Ashe, a merchant, who sat for the family borough as a Whig under Queen Anne, voted for the

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