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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Worthies

    Chigwell Row in his youth. Admiral Sir Edward Hughes ( 1720 ?-94) was lord of the manor of Luxborough and lived at Luxborough House . Joshua Jenour ( 1755-1853 ), author, lived at Chigwell Row from 1792 to 1804 .

    Chigwell Manors

    of Luxborough (see below). 7 Eyles died in 1740 and his widow and executors sold the manor in 1746 to Robert Knight, 1st Baron Luxborough , whose father had bought Luxborough from them three years earlier. 8 Lord Luxborough sold

    Parishes Ullenhall

    wooded park. The estate was bought by Robert Knight, Lord Luxborough (afterwards Earl of Catherlough), from his second cousin Raleigh Knight in 1730 . From 1739 to 1756 Lady Luxborough 2 lived here, apart from her husband, and made the

    Chigwell Other occupations

    of Rolls was granted a royal licence to inclose land near his house to make bricks. 31 A brickworks at Luxborough has operated intermittently for nearly a century, and bricks have been made at the lower end of Buckhurst Hill

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Dunster

    churches of Dunster and Carhampton , and pensions due to the prior from the churches of Stogumber , Cutcombe and Luxborough . The temporalia were derived from lands etc. at Doverhay , Timberscombe , Wynard, Kyrington, Wylaler, Cowbridge , Cutcombe

  • * British History Online * *

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    Chigwell

    of the manor of Luxborough is in 1605, when Sir Robert Wroth died seised of it 36 ; since that time it has passed with the manor of Chigwell-hall. The demesne lands of the manor of Luxborough were purchased in

    Cecil Papers, May 1591, 01 May 1591-31 May 1591

    Mrs. Elderton's to dinner, and to Havering to bed, and there five days. Wednesday the 19th May from Havering to Luxborough, the Widow Stoner's, and there two days. Friday the 21st to Laigheton Stone, Mr. Saunderson's to dinner, and to

    General Index, L, 01 October 1665-31 July 1666

    of Thos. Lundy , Isle of Lunenburg , Duke of, see Brunswick. Lurton , Jno., petitions of Lusey , Capt. Luxborough Lydcot , Chas. (Lidcott, Giles ?) Lydney letter dated from Lye , Jno., commission for Lyell , Pat., letters Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Thomas, composer of music Luptone , James John Luther , Anthony Thomas Luttrell , William, letter of Lux , Richard Luxborough , document dated from Luxford , Richard Lydd , co. Kent Lydyard , Capt. Hugh, letter of Lymbrey , Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    Dartmouth; 582. Luson , Sir John, 461. Lutherish towns aid the K. of France ; 304. Lutte , Jacob; 304. Luxborough ; 115. Luxembourg , Mons. de, K. Henry's emissary to Rome : 22. Lybonne , Camp at; 149. Lydd

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'of age, saw the deceased sitting on one side of the fireplace, while a man named Bailey, who lived ot Luxborough, was seated on the other, The deceased was not seen alive after that time, About eleven o'clock a man Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the l, patrimonial residence of the honourable baronet, is to ed be vacated, and he retires to a habitation at Luxborough, Ia bettemsuited to itse humbler fortunes to which he must' hu accomimodiste himself, from jhe'perversc- smat'-tftthe er dimnes'! Individually Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loudly checred by the spectators. THE Devon and Someroetslhire Stag Hounds trill tneet on Tuesday, t4th, at Slowly House, near Luxborough; Friday, 17th, Hawkridge; each day at half-past ten o'clock. FREEMASO;NRY. TasE MASONIC VOCAL MANUAL Printed and pub- lished by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . c Eh t$3tit. PREFERMENTS AND APPOINTMENTS. (From the Guaredian.) Rev. Edmund Edward Allen, MA., rector of Porthkeery cum- Barry, Glam')rganshire; honuarq canon of vairwell in Liandafl Cathedrnl. P.,tron, the Bishop or Liandlaf Rev. A. Bannistor, curate-in-charge of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. 1BETTING AT MANCHESTER-IFRIDAY. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE STAXES -7 to 2 agst Osterly (t), 6 to 1 agyt Mounreer (t), 7 to 1 agst Rarriott (t), 9 to. lagst Mfahratts (t), 9 to 1 agpt Belus, 11 to 1 agst Chantrey, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Bibliomania., 1867

    variously attributed both to Bruce and Logan .1 No. 9 is " Letters written by the late Right Honourable Lady Luxborough to William Shenstone , Esq. London , 1775 . " It has the book-plate of " Mr. Horatio Walpole Subscribers-only content

    Bibliomania., 1867

    who died, without issue, before his father, and a daughter, Henrietta, mentioned in these letters. Robert Knight was created Lord Luxborough , and after his wife ' s death, Earl of Catheiiogh. They had been parted many years, on her Subscribers-only content

    Bibliomania., 1867

    Pillesary, Treas. Gen. of the Marine to Louis xiv. Besides Lady Luxborough , she had a son, Hollis St. John , a famous mimic and buffoon. He once dressed himself in his mother ' s cloaths, in London , and Subscribers-only content

    Bibliomania., 1867

    variously attributed both to Bruce and Logan .1 No. 9 is " Letters written by the late Right Honourable Lady Luxborough to William Shenstone , Esq. London , 1775 . " It has the book-plate of " Mr. Horatio Walpole Subscribers-only content

    Bibliomania., 1867

    who died, without issue, before his father, and a daughter, Henrietta, mentioned in these letters. Robert Knight was created Lord Luxborough , and after his wife ' s death, Earl of Catheiiogh. They had been parted many years, on her Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Charles Vyvyan, 26/12/1749

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 56036 Linked to person: Vyvyan, Charles 1749-1758 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Vyvyan Forename Charles Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 26/12/1749 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location

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