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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Londonderry

    Londonderry Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: about 450 SIR GEORGE FITZGERALD HILL, bt. 15 Mar. 1820 SIR GEORGE FITZGERALD HILL, bt. 17 June 1826 SIR ROBERT ALEXANDER FERGUSON, bt. 17

    Londonderry

    Londonderry Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen HENRY ALEXANDER 1801 SIR GEORGE FITZGERALD HILL, Bt. 21 July 1802 SIR GEORGE FITZGERALD HILL, Bt. 8 Dec. 1806 SIR GEORGE FITZGERALD HILL, Bt. 18 May 1807 SIR GEORGE

    FERGUSON, Sir Robert Alexander, 2nd bt. (1796-1860), of The Farm, nr. Londonderry, co. Londonderry

    (1796-1860), of The Farm, nr. Londonderry, co. Londonderry Constituency Dates Londonderry 1830 14 Mar. 1831 Londonderry 2 Apr. 1831 13 Mar. 1860 Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Tyrone 1825-6; mayor, Londonderry 1830; ld. lt. co. Londonderry 1840-d.; commr. of Irish land

    STEWART, Alexander Robert (1795-1850), of Ards, Letterkenny, co. Donegal

    Ards, Letterkenny, co. Donegal Constituency Dates Co Londonderry 1818 1830 Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Donegal 1831-2. Ofifces Held Maj. co. Londonderry militia ?1819, lt.-col. 1823-d. Biography "Alick" Stewart was elected for county Londonderry in 1818, in place of his father,

    HILL, Sir George Fitzgerald, 2nd bt. (1763-1839), of Brook Hall, co. Londonderry

    Trinidad 1833-d. Ofifces Held Recorder, Londonderry 1792-d.; trustee, linen board [I] 1801. Ofifces Held Capt.-commdt. Londonderry yeomanry legion 1796; lt.-col. co. Londonderry militia 1800, col. 1822-30. Biography Hill, who had sat for Coleraine and Londonderry in the Irish Parliament in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Layard yr hwn sydd wedi derbyn y penodiad i fod yn gynrychiolydd ei Mawrhydi yn Spaen; a thros ce ddinas Londonderry, yn lie Mr. Sergeant Dowse yr bwn sydd wedi derbyn y swydd o Ddadleuydd Cyffred- h inol Iwerddon.-Rhoddodd Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwyta y dyn a'i perchenogai o'i fiaen. Gorphenwy gan Sergeant Dowse, Solicitor General for Ireksnad, yr hwn a eistedd dros- Londonderry (y Wyryf-ddinas fel ei gelwir).- M-;aedigon o fwg a than yn Mr. Dowse, ac arabedd hefyd o ryw fath, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ch hwn nad oedd' ond efe a chorif marw 4ynes na ieuanc, gan lestr oedd yn myned am borthladd d- Londonderry, prydnawn dydd Iau canlynol i'r id- noswaith a nodwyd. Adroddai y morwr, yr hwn oedd wedi dioddef caledi mawr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lanau Iwerddon, wyth. wi nos i ddoe (dydd Gwener) fod llestr ar ei ffordd i th Londonderry, wedi codi morwr i fyny mewn cwch yn yle yr hwn nad oedd ond efe a chorff geneth ieuanc, a'r !ai hwn a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhai parthau o'r Iwerddow sydd o dan y Ddeddf. Heddwch., Dygwyd nifer fawr o bersonau o flaen yr ynadon yn Londonderry, wythnos i ddydd Mawrth diwoddaf am gpdl terfysg y dydd blaenorol. Cyflawnodd .dyn o'r enw Jones lofruddiaeth ar Wyddel Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 February 1771, 20 February 1771

    Agreement, bearing Date the Twenty-firft Day of July One thoufand feven hundred and feventy, made between Frances Countefs Dowager of Londonderry, Philip Earl Stanhope, and others; and for veiling feveral Manors, Lands, and Hereditaments, in the Counties of Devon and Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1771, 21 February 1771

    Agreement bearing date the Twenty-firfl Day of July One thoufand feven hundred and feventy, made between Frances Countefs Dowager of Londonderry, Phiip Earl Stanhope, and others; and for veiling feve- ral Manors, Lands, and Hereditaments, in the Coun¬ ties of Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1771, 5 March 1771

    the Twenty-firfl Day of July One thoufand feven hun- " dred and feventy, made between Frances Countefs " Dowager of Londonderry, Philip Earl Stanhope, and '« others; and for veiling feveral Manors, Lands, and " Hereditaments, in the Counties of Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1771, 6 March 1771

    date the Twenty-firft Day of " July One thoufand feven hundred and feventy, made " between Frances Countefs Dowager of Londonderry, " Philip Earl Stanhope, and others; and for vefting " feveral Manors, Lands, and Hereditaments in the " Counties Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1771, 11 March 1771

    the Twenty-firft Day of July " One thoufand feyen hundred and feventy, made be- " tween Frances Countefs Dowager of Londonderry, " Philip Earl Stanhope, and others, and for veiling fe- " veral Manors, Lands, and Hereditaments, in the " Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Roman Catholicism

    1960s was 2,000. 55 In 1924 a chapel dedicated to St. Teresa and served from St. Philip's was opened at Londonderry in a converted stable on the Oldbury side of Queen's Road. In 1932 the owner of the property required

    Parishes Long Newton

    the estates descended to his daughter Frances Anne Emily , who in 1819 married Charles Stewart , third Marquess of Londonderry ; from her they have descended to the present marquess. 36 Vane of Long Newton . Azure three left-hand

    Parishes St Giles

    1642 to the Tempest family, in which it descended to the Marquess of Londonderry . On 6 December 1913 the patronage was conveyed by the Marquess of Londonderry to the Dean and Chapter of Durham . In connection with the

    Parishes Grindon

    parish from west to east and becomes a path leading through Wynyard Park to the seat of the Marquess of Londonderry . Wynyard Park , which extends over 325 acres, contains several lakes. The house is a large building of

    Parishes Stainton

    Londonderry sold part to the Rev. Daniel Mitford Peacock , of whom it was purchased in 1835 by John Lord Eldon , who had in 1826 acquired the rest of the estate at Great Stainton of the Marquess of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 Entertainment of K. Charles I.

    as a particular Testimony of my Affection to you; which is, To give back unto you freely that Part of Londonderry , which heretofore was wrested from you. This, I confess, as that Kingdom is now, is no great Gift.

    Book 1, Chapter 20 TOWER of London. Office of the Records.

    Care for retrieving our ancient Histories, and transacting this present Affair, the Right Reverend the Bishop of Carlisle (now of Londonderry ) hath taken Notice of in his Epistle Dedicatory to the same Lord, before his English Historical Library; viz.

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 19th July 1839

    seems,” he said. “There has been great praise of Ebrington in the House of Lords tonight,” said Lord M. “ Londonderry and Roden have been saying they were glad at last to see a Lord Lieutenant who could do something;

    Saturday 9th December 1848

    of the "Ocean Monarch ", 72 unfortunate people have been suffocated on board one of the steamers. I think a Londonderry one. There was a storm, people being sent below & squeezed into an incredibly small space and battened down,

    Thursday 6th February 1845

    only one which Sir Robert fears will be serious, on Maynooth the Govt will be supported. Then, he spoke of Londonderry having been with him, complaining bitterly of Lord Heytesbury & Ld Lieu ts in general. - We went to

    Sunday 9th September 1838

    Lord M. then continued that he had seen an Extract of the Book Lord Londonderry has published on his Tour in Russia , in which Lord Londonderry says that Durham “told him that he had Sources of Information which no

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Rising Sun Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 573 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Note. Nos. 829 to 844 were not in Lists until 1829. Meeting Places Londonderry,Londonderry, Colchester, Nova Scotia, North America 1828

 

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