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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLDITCH, Philip (d.c.1608), of Totnes and Blackawton, Devon.

    HOLDITCH, Philip (d.c.1608), of Totnes and Blackawton, Devon. Constituency Dates Totnes 1601 Ofifces Held Freeman, Totnes 1579, warden of the almshouse 1594, ‘councillor’ 1596, mayor 1598-9. Biography Holditch was a Totnes merchant who took a prominent part, on the ‘official’

    LOND, Thomas.

    figure, probably owed his election to Parliament for Lyme to his connexion with the Brooke family of Holditch, Dorset, who were influential in the town. In 1414 and 1415 he was enfeoffed by Sir Thomas Brooke* of his estates in

    BROOKE, Sir Thomas (c.1355-1418), of Holditch in Thorncombe, Dorset and Weycroft in Axminster, Devon.

    Thomas (c.1355-1418), of Holditch in Thorncombe, Dorset and Weycroft in Axminster, Devon. Constituency Dates Somerset 1386 Somerset Feb 1388 Somerset 1391 Somerset 1393 Somerset 1395 Somerset Jan. 1397 Somerset Sept. 1397 Somerset 1399 Somerset 1402 Somerset Jan. 1404 Somerset 1407

    SAMPFORD, Hugh (d.1419), of Bakhey, Som.

    Parliament for Lyme, in 1397, may have come about as a result of his acquaintance with Sir Thomas Brooke* of Holditch, an influential landowner in the district. In 1393 he had been made a feoffee of landed interests of Brooke’s

    DARR, Leonard (c.1554-1615), of Totnes afterwards of South Pool, Devon.

    remained in London for Christmas after the Parliament had ended. As the senior burgess he sent home by his fellow-Member Holditch his account of money laid out for the town and ‘what hath passed in the business we had in

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Newcastle-under-Lyme Local government and public services

    miles and including the Wolstanton and May Bank areas of the borough. In 1953 a grid sub-station was established at Holditch . 345 The risk of fire in what was largely a thatch-roofed town 346 began to be met by

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    Mary, w. of Nic., Nic., n , Norman , Thos., n Thompson , Norman , Flight Co., Thorncombe (Dors.) , Holditch Ct., Thorney , Ric. of, Thornton , Hen., Thynne , Harriet, mchnss. of Bath , Tierney, M. A. ,

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    potters, 240 Hodgkinson , - (19th-cent. farmer), 250 n Holden , John Irvin , 117 Holden farm , see Hulton Holditch , in Wolstanton , 37 Holford , - (19th-cent. engineer), 221 Holland , John, 51 Holland and Green ,

    Tunstall TUNSTALL c. 1960

    155. For evid. of c . a.d. 100 see J. M. T. Charlton , 'Excavations at the Roman site at Holditch 1957-1959 ' ( N. Staffs. Journal of Field Studies , i). S.H.C . n.s. xi. 246, 252, 261, 269;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James lephsoss, Esq. James Stephenson, Esq. William King, Esq. Captain William Spencer Webb. Joshua King, L.L.D., F.C.P.S., &c Iter -anneir Holditch, F.C.P.S, &c. &c., President of Queen's Cal President of Camus College, Cam- lege, Cambridge. bridge. BANrItsns-The London and Westminster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jephsos, Esq. James Stephenson, Esq. William King, Esq. Captain William Spencer Webb. AUDITORS. Joshua King, L.L.D., F.C.P.S., &c. Rev Hamoett Holditch, F.C.P.S. &c. &c., President of Queen's Col- &c. President of Caino College, lege, Cambridge. Cambridge. BaNxsoRs-The London and Westminster Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to their number.) AUCDITORS. Joshua King, D.C.L. F.C.P.S. &c. &c. &e. President of Qaeen's College, Carnbriaege. The R0ev. Ramn ett Holditch, F.C.P.S. &c. &c. &c. President of Cains College, Cambridge. BANstenRS-The London and Westminster Bank at all its Branches. MEDICAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to their number.) AUDITORS. Joshuna ing, D.C.L. F.C.P.S. &c. &c. &c. President of Queen's College, Cambridge. The 11ev. Ham lett Holditch, F.C.P.S. &c. &c. &c. President of Cains College, Cambridge. RANicEcs-The London osid W'stminster Bank at all its Branches. MEDIC1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    add to their number.) AUDITORS. Joshua King, D.C.L. F.C.P.S. &c. &e. &c. President of Queen's College, Cambridge. The liev. Hamnaett Holditch, F.C.P.S. &e. &c. &c. President of Caius College, Cambridge. BA NERCS-The London and Westminster flank at all its Branches. Subscribers-only content

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