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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FITZJAMES, John (1548-1625), of Leweston, Dorset.

    I have bred up from a little boy’ received a pension of £2 and his keep at Leweston while he remained unmarried. Leweston Fitzjames proved the will in the same year. An inquisition post mortem was taken 1 Aug. 1626.[footnote]

    LEWESTON, John (c.1507-84), of Leweston, Dorset.

    LEWESTON, John (c.1507-84), of Leweston, Dorset. Constituency Dates Melcombe Regis 1547 Melcombe Regis Oct. 1553 Dorset Apr. 1554 Melcombe Regis 1555 Dorchester 1559 Corfe Castle 1572 Ofifces Held Capt. of Portland from 1546; j.p. Dorset from 1554; regarder, forest of

    LEWESTON, John (1506/7-84), of Leweston, Dorset.

    LEWESTON, John (1506/7-84), of Leweston, Dorset. Constituency Dates Melcombe Regis 1547 Melcombe Regis Oct. 1553 Melcombe Regis 1555 Dorset Apr. 1554 Dorchester 1559 Dorchester 1572 Ofifces Held Capt. Portland, Dorset 1546-d.; commr. relief, Dorset 1550; j.p. 1554-d.; regarder, Gillingham forest

    FITZJAMES, Leweston (c.1574-1638), of Leweston, Dorset.

    FITZJAMES, Leweston (c.1574-1638), of Leweston, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset temp. Jas. I, rem. 1626, rest. by 1630; sheriff, Dorset 1627-8. Biography Fitzjames’s name was entered on a blank election return in 1597, presumably at the

    STRODE, Sir George (1626-1701), of Lincoln's Inn and Leweston, Dorset.

    of Lincoln's Inn and Leweston, Dorset. Constituency Dates Lyme Regis Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held Recorder, Lyme June 1660-97; bencher, L. Inn 1669, reader 1673; freeman, Portsmouth 1674; commr. for assessment, Dorset 1677-80, 1689-90, Serjeants’ Inn 1690; j.p. Dorset 1680-June 1688,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 40, August 1566, 01 August 1566-31 August 1566

    been discovered at Newlands, the best in England. August 2. 42. Deposition of Thomas Medilar, of Wexford, taken before John Leweston, Esq., Capt. of Portland, touching his ship being boarded and plundered off the Land's End by a vessel of Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 244, February 1646, 01 February 1646-28 February 1646

    of the House of Commons of 2 Feb. prefixed, on petition of John Fitz-James of Leweston, co. Dorset, that 1,300 l . lent by him to Parliament 18 Aug. 1642, for which several members stand engaged, and which should have Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 4, 2 February 1646, 02 February 1646-02 February 1646

    Petition of John Fitz-James was this Day read: Whereupon It is Ordered , as followeth, That, whereas John FitzJames of Leweston in the County of Dorset , Esquire, did lend and advance, for the Service of the Parliament, the Sum

    Wimbledon

    Gothic arch, to the memory of Philip Leweston. A tablet of a much modern date than the tomb is fixed on the wall under the arch, and gives the descending pedigree of Leweston but without dates; it appears, however, that

    East Barnet

    in the church-yard . In the church-yard are the tombs of Katherine, daughter and coheir of Sir John Fitzjames, of Leweston (Dors.) 1712; George Hadley, her husband, 1728; Elizabeth, wife of John Cox, merchant, and daughter of George Hadley, 1720;

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Judaism

    Yisrael Beth Hamedrash (later Northwold Rd. syn.), reg. at no. 116 Brooke Rd. from 1943; Voydislav syn. at no. 8 Leweston Pl. from 1945 to 1954 . 92 South Hackney Talmud Torah at no. 76 King Edward 's Rd. from

    Hackney Newington and Stamford Hill Newington Common c . 1830

    far as Upper Clapton Road . 51 Not until 1905 could Osment start building on some of their gardens in Leweston Place. Shops built by James Edmondson were permitted at the corner of Clapton Common (a renaming of part of

    Index K-Z

    Lewen : Chas., Geo., Rob., Susanna, m. Sir Ric. Glyn , Bt., Sir Wm ., ld. mayor of Lond. , Leweston Place , Lewis : John, curate at Hackney , Rob., curate at Hackney , Wm., Leyton ( Essex )

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not of both the late representatives, appears to be considered certain by all excepting the Protectionists. Robert Gordon, Esq., of Leweston, and Lord Stavordale, the heir of the house of Ilchester. are mentioned in the latter interest. An address to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last week, two excellent speeches appear to have been delivered by Mr Robert Gordon of Leweston, the president, and Mr Macready. Our extracts are taken from the report in the 'Slherborne Journal.' As to the utility of such institutions Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oeicitor Snowden Georgina, Ranmsgate, spinster Somerset Henry Charles CapBn, uloueester, major in the army Sposvton Ulichael, Leicester, baker Stoong Charles, Leweston, Siserbarne steward Staples John, Deymuntsh, Devon, builder Steevens Clharles, Cl'heltenilem, lieut.-colossel in the army, andi Cathlerine his wife Stevens Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . BlEaston, St. Giles, F Bodewryd, . Bradley, Little .. Bradon, ,, Brernilbam, ,, Caldecot - Calstone, Wellington, - Catherston, Leweston, .: Cawkwell, . Claxby, Pluckatre, Cresswell, Cricket, 51alherbie, f. Dray-cot, Fuliatt, S. Easington, . Eccles-2oext-the-Sca, .: Elwys, Brevis, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    8st 71b _ _ - -bolted *Jocko, we regret to state, in the second heat, unfortunately broke his leg. The Leweston Handicap produced an excellent run, which was won by a neck by Mr. Vivian's Sailor. A Handicap Stake of Subscribers-only content

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