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    BAYLY, Henry (b.c.1564), of Lincoln's Inn, London; later of Monkton, nr. Chippenham, Wilts.

    Lincoln's Inn, London; later of Monkton, nr. Chippenham, Wilts. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 1586 Malmesbury 1589 Ofifces Held ?Burgess, Chippenham 1629, bailiff 1630. Biography Bayly was related to several Wiltshire parliamentary families and was probably returned for Malmesbury as being a

    POPHAM, Alexander (1729-1810), of Monkton, Som. and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx.

    (1729-1810), of Monkton, Som. and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx. Constituency Dates Taunton 1768 131774 Taunton 16 Mar. 1775 131780 Taunton 1784 131796 Ofifces Held Auditor of north parts, duchy of Lancaster Apr. 1782-July 1810; commr. of taxes 1783-4; bencher, M.

    WEBBE, George (by 1509-56), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Fordwich and a tenement and lands in the parish of Monkton; after her death the house at Fordwich was to go to his son Anthony and the land in Monkton to be equally divided between two other sons, both named

    BAYLY, William (d.1613), of Chippenham, Wilts.

    Held Under-sheriff, Wilts. 1579-80. Biography Bayly acquired lands in Allington and Monkton near Chippenham, and leased the Bull in the borough itself from the Earl of Hertford. At an unknown date he made a gift of £10 to the corporation.

    OWEN, Wirriot (c.1681-1713), of Nash, Pemb.

    many . . . regulations expected’. Harley rebuffed this request, and in June 1711 a similar letter met with no greater success. Owen died in 1713, and was buried at Monkton, Pembrokeshire. He was succeeded by his younger brother Charles.[footnote]

    OWEN, Sir Hugh, 1st Bt. (1604-70), of Orielton, Pemb.

    Tower. Owen apparently did not seek re-election in 1661, though he served as sheriff for the third time in 1663-4. He probably died in October 1670 and was buried at Monkton church. His will was proved on 9 June 1671.[footnote]

    PLEYDELL, Gabriel (by 1519-90/1), of Midgehall in Lydiard Tregoze, Wilts.

    occasioned by these and others of his property deals were numerous and involved. One such action, concerning the manor of Monkton in Chippenham, was pending when Pleydell again became a Member of Parliament in 1563. It had been brought by

    OWEN, Arthur II (c.1674-1753), of Orielton, Pemb.

    Pembrokeshire purged from the commission of the peace were frustrated. Owen died on 6 June 1753, and was buried at Monkton, Pembrokeshire. Two of his sons sat in Parliament: the eldest for Pembroke Boroughs (1722–47 and 1761–74), and for the

    SPELLY, Elias (d.1391), of Bristol and Kingston Seymour, Som.

    association with Thomas Beaupyne and Walter Derby†, he had obtained permission from the chapter at Wells to grant land at Monkton and North Curry, worth £4 a year, to the priory of Woodspring near Kingston Seymour, for the provision of

    OWEN, Sir John, 1st bt. (1776-1861), of Orielton, Pemb.

    voters".[footnote] The parties accumulated debts of some �22,000, and Owen sold property in St. Mary"s and St. Martin"s, Pembroke, and Monkton for �11,000 in December 1831 and borrowed a further �12,000 in 1832.[footnote] He had a motion criticizing the censure

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