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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Quantoxhead

    Laurence Herd Luxton and his wife Frances, daughter of the elder Thomas Cridland . 113 Luxton was succeeded by his son Thomas Cridland Luxton , who bought some adjoining land from St. Audries manor in 1835 . 114 Luxton held

    Parishes East Quantoxhead

    Herring ( 1763-6 ) and Laurence Luxton ( 1816-18 ), undertook to resign the living in favour of any member of the Luttrell family. Alexander Fownes Luttrell, rector 1818-88 , was presented on Luxton 's resignation. 188 In 1776 there

    Parishes Stogumber

    later, 130 and both parts may have come to Thomas Cridland (d. 1789) and his grandson Thomas Cridland Luxton (d. 1844). Luxton 's estate passed to his sister Frances (d. 1862), wife of Langley St . Albyn, and then to


    Mary (fl. 1725), 58 n Mary (d. 1774), 57 Mary, m. Geo. Hen. Warrington , 57 Mary Anne, m. - Luxton , 64 Thos. (d. 1604), 34, 57 Thos. (d. 1662), 57, 63 Thos. (d. 1691), 57 Thos. (d. 1719),

    Parishes Carisbrooke

    the manor or lordship or reputed manor or lordship of ' Alvington ,' otherwise ' Alvington and Carisbrook,' to James Luxton Manning, whose representatives in 1907 conveyed the same (or rather the manor, manor-house and such lands as had not

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witness went to Pearl ror, Borough road, where be found the prisoner Buticcber, who eccasiosally went by the name of Luxton, and having told him the nature of the charge against him, his wife, who seas present. turned out her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neighbourhood of Southern hill, Berkshire, was ierv much excited by the escape fiom his house of an aged man named Luxton, residing there, and who had been in a state of mind w-hich required the constant vigilance of his family. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~'~iK.~OVI.S Wnted brss Bed.-Address, stating - ~S iire~ra Wate, al szes weiBasOnt~d. Cheap.- ' ~oeyh lfrd Ilook, Ala Irewey, lil Street, Dua-- 'I c6102 (a goad11 Second-hand) Wanted, aft. or 9f1%. Ar., M.Daily Post. C6109 (-WI (god)Wanedabout 15 bands,-Apply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. H. Luxton, b WVinter...................... 0 St l AF. P.Wright, eWeinman, ID Bastard ............8 set BR:R Luxton, not out .......................115 r ir Total ......................... - 10 21 re-SOMTERSET,-ir INNINOS. et: sat S. C. Newton. r And b C. Luxton............... 30 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. Luxton ......................2 \V, Trackj c'opleetone, b C. Luxton........... 34 if. F. Red bC Underwood.................... 68 P. T. Welmani, c Underwood, b Ilardiig .....22 F. Reed, hOC Luxton ..-.......... ........... B. IV. Baisherd, c EU Wriglit, b C. Luxton..... 4 Subscribers-only content

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