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You searched for: Place: Kynaston, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Aston Tirrold

    of Thomas Wellingham Fuller, grandson of the above-named Thomas Fuller , and he sold in 1901 to Mr. Francis John Kynaston Cross, the present lord. 54 Danvers. Argent a bend gules with three martlets or thereon . De la Pole,

    Madeley Churches

    sold the advowson to John Kynaston of Hardwick . 2 It descended in the Kynastons 3 until 1847, turns exercised in 1831 and 1841 having been bought from them. 4 In 1847 Sir J. R. Kynaston sold the advowson to

    Townships Chorlton -with-Hardy

    1689 William Broome 's barn in Chorlton was licensed for a dissenting minister, Thomas Kynaston ; Hist. MSS. Com. Rep . xiv, App. iv, 232. Kynaston was from about that time minister at Knutsford . In 1718 a quarter of

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Manors and other estates

    the death of Richard, his widow Elizabeth married Roger Kynaston . 42 On Elizabeth's death in 1453 Colham passed to John, Lord Strange , Elizabeth's son by her first marriage, although Kynaston petitioned in Chancery for rents which he claimed

    Parishes Charlton

    farms created. The largest, Worthy Hill farm, measured 457 a. c . 1780. Others then included Stonehill , 410 a., Kynaston , later Pond, 142 a., Hundred Acre, later Summerhouse , 105 a., Pink Lane, 291 a., Great Lype ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KYNASTON, John (1664-1733), of Hordley and Hardwick, Salop.

    stand after all, and Kynaston agreed to take his place. In the following April a visitor to Hordley reported that Kynaston was ‘very well as was also his lady and children . . . Mr Kynaston was very glad to

    KYNASTON, Corbet (1690-1740), of Hordley, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Corbet (1690-1740), of Hordley, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury 27 May 1714 9 Apr. 1723 Shropshire 1734 17 June 1740 Ofifces Held Freeman, Shrewsbury 1714; mayor, Oswestry 1739–d. Biography A zealous Tory, and in later life a Jacobite, Kynaston first

    KYNASTON, Edward (1643-99), of Oteley Park, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Edward (1643-99), of Oteley Park, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1685 1687 Shropshire 1689 May 1699 Biography Kynaston had voted with the Tories in the Convention and was returned again for Shropshire on the Tory interest in 1690. Lord Carmarthen

    LLOYD, Robert II (c.1688-1734), of Aston Hall, nr. Oswestry, Salop.

    of his connexion with John Kynaston, who, Bridgeman said, ‘has all along endeavoured to make him his tool’. After consulting Bridgeman’s brother Orlando*, a High Tory, Lloyd decided not to join with either Newport or Kynaston but to stand on

    KYNASTON, Edward I (1641-93), of Albrightlee, nr. Shrewsbury, Salop.

    KYNASTON, Edward I (1641-93), of Albrightlee, nr. Shrewsbury, Salop. Constituency Dates Shrewsbury Mar. 1679 Shrewsbury Oct. 1679 Shrewsbury 1681 Shrewsbury 1685 Ofifces Held Alderman, Shrewsbury 1664-Jan. 1688, Oct. 1688-d., mayor 1664-5; sheriff, Mont. 1665-6, Salop 1682-3; commr. for assessment,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theophilus Bird, Charles Hart, Michael Mohun, John Lacy, Nicholas Burt, William Cartwright, William Wintershall, Walter Clun, Robert Shatterell, and Edward Kynaston among the chief male performers; and Mrs Corey, Mrs Ann Marshall, Mrs Rebecca Narshall, Mrs Eastland, Mrs Weaver, Mrs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Westminster in August, 1635, and the son of Charles the First's under- cook; and his junior apprentice was William Kynaston, a few years younger. These young men must have given proof of their histrionic powers while Cromwell was king, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nell Gwyn played heroine to ILart as hero ; and between her and the best actor and handsomest nian, except Kynaston, at the ling's Theatre, there was suspicion of secret love in earnest. Put Nell's charms were too great for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was master while he ridiculed it. Nell Gwyn played Almahide to the Almanzor of Hart and the Boabdelin of Kynaston. It was her last, or nearly her last, part. Another son was born to her in 1671, when she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his play. It lacked every grace required on the stage ; and was only a fierce political pamphlet, with Hart, Kynaston, and Mohun to mouth the abuse and undergo mimic tortures in order to enflame the passions of Englishmen. With Subscribers-only content

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