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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kirtling Local government

    'partators' (presumably supervisors of the open fields) were appointed in the 1680s . Kirtling was part of Newmarket poor-law union 1835-94 , Newmarket rural district 1894- 1974 , and East Cambridgeshire district from 1974 . 81 Plac. de Quo Warr

    Kennett Local government

    was far beneath the average for Staploe hundred. From 1836 onwards Kennett was included in the Newmarket poor-law union. 56 Kennett was part of Newmarket rural district during the early 20th centur y, but in the late 20th has been

    Wicken Local government

    when large families were helped from the rates. 69 From 1835 the parish was part of Newmarket poorlaw union, 70 and belonged to the Newmarket rural district from 1894 to 1974 , when it was included in East Cambridgeshire .

    Snailwell Snailwell c. 1800

    out of Newmarket northwards had been dismantled, and in 1965 diesel services between Ely and Newmarket were withdrawn. 98 Between 1972 and 1975 a section of the Newmarket bypass was built on a flyover running parallel to the Newmarket -Bury

    Burwell Local government

    21 Aug. 1976 ; 28 May 1977 ; Newmarket Jnl . 4 Oct. 1979 . e.g. Camb . Ind. Press , 9 May 1979 ; Newmarket Jnl . 31 Dec. 1981 ; Newmarket Weekly News , 5 June 1986 ;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tua dau gant 6 .gastorion yn' bresenol, o'r Ileoeddd a ganlyn :-Tre. .fynoni Saronj Maesglas, Llane-rclt-y-mor, Mostyn, Car. me], Trelogan, Newmarket, a Ffint. Y rmae .sdfywiad mawr wedi cymeryd lle YU y rymydogeethau hyn yn ys. tod y blynyddoedd diweddaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Conwy, gan y Parch. John Evans, yn eael ei gynorthwyo gan y Parch. John Wiliams, Rhyl. Mr. J. Thomas, masnasydd, Newmarket, a Hannah Jane, merch jea- engaf y diweddar Henry D. Williams, Yaw., meddyg, Liaa- santffraid Glan Conwy. Ar y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dosbarth erbyn Cyfarfod. Mdisol Buckley. E Enwyd y Parchedigion Roger Edwards, W. Pierce, a Meistri Lewis, Mostyn Quay, a Thomas, Newmarket, i g fyned i eglwys lHe y mae anghydftd. Mater y seiat n gyffredinolam hanerswr wedi 8 boreu dranoeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Lloegr ydyw y ffaith fad nifer y cenadwriaethau pellebrol yn y deyrnas yn fwy o 8,353 yn ystod rhedegfeydd Newmarket nag arfer. Mae cwmni o Chineaid Paganaidd wedi cyclwyn papyr newydd yn Montana. Cynyrcha aur-gloddiaa California bob blwyddyn 22,000,000 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Joseph Parry, Gwaenysgor; -Ja 9heiiais, .Elias Owens,: Isaac. Qw~ens, ac VEdward; Evans (BHen. dydd), Txelogaah, Robert Jones, . Hmigh-street, * Newmarket, a Th~omas Willia~ms,' Gronanit.: -Enill- w nyd yr lIte wmedzat'a . Certiflvzets. gan- Meistri Peter Mo~rris, J~ohn: Profit,; Thoms Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, Robert (1683-1746), of Snailwell, nr. Newmarket, Cambs.

    of Snailwell, nr. Newmarket, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 18 Nov. 1717 1722 Biography Clarke was returned unopposed as a Whig at a by-election for Cambridgeshire, then a predominantly Tory county, apparently because no one else could be found to stand.

    WOOD, Mark II (1794-1837), of Gatton Park, Surr. and Hare Park, nr. Newmarket, Cambs.

    Park, Surr. and Hare Park, nr. Newmarket, Cambs. Constituency Dates Gatton 15 June 1816 261818 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Mon. 1832-3. Biography As anticipated, Wood was returned by his father for his borough of Gatton, entailed on him, not long after

    CHARLTON, John.

    to be identified with John Cherleton 'of Wiltshire', who in April 1403 stood surety for Geoffrey Fowler of Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, then accused of leaving the service of Sir Thomas Aylesbury* prematurely, nothing else is known of him.CCR, 1402-5, p. 156.

    WYKES, Thomas (d.c.1430), of Stechworth, Cambs.

    Mar. 1416 Biography Thomas came from a family established at Newmarket in Suffolk, but close to its border with Cambridgeshire, of which Ralph Wykes, the sheriff of 1379-80, was a member. The latter had a son called Thomas, who in

    HOWORTH, Humphrey (1749-1827), of St. Albans Street, Mdx. and Banstead, Surr.

    to enjoy in England. He went on to purchase Hickey’s father’s house in London and became ‘a regular frequenter of Newmarket, and kept racers’.[footnote] It was Lord George Augustus Henry Cavendish* who sponsored his membership of Brooks’s in 1802.Howorth had

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 February 1692, 20 February 1693

    King, to fubmit all the Privileges and Fran- chifes of the City to the King's abfolute Difpofal, and went to Newmarket to lay the fame at His Majefty's Feet (though, to be One of the Lieutenancv, }Us Neighbours thought not Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    by the Prince, it could not be taken off without his " Direftion ; and his Highnefs being then at Newmarket, " it would take up fome Time before fuch an Order " could be fent; but if we would Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1730, 15 May 1730

    Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 579 « 12. An Aft for the better regulating Elections in " the City of Norwich ; and for preferving the Peace, " good Order, and Government, of the faid City." Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1742, 7 May 1742

    the rowers granted by Inree feveral Acts " of Parliament; One, for repairing the Roads from " Stump Crofs, to Newmarket Heathj and the Town of " Cambridge; another, for repairing the Road from " Foulniire to Cambridge ; and Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1755, 13 March 1755

    Bill 1 ei to contmue an(j render more effeftual feveral Afts, for ** repairing the Road from Stump Crofs to Newmarket " Heath and the Town of Cambridge : for repairing " the Road from Foulmire to Cambridge; and for Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Precedency of] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Aldermen, Knights.]

    This was accordingly referred to the Court Marshal. For under the Petition it was thus writ: At the Court at Newmarket , 12 Mar. 1607 . H IS Majesty having a gracious Respect to the Lord Maior and Aldermen of

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The PALACE.

    & c. Surveyor of his Works. Paymaster of the Works. Comptroller of the Works. Housekeepers at Whitehall , Windsor , Newmarket , Palace of Westminster , St. James's , Hampton-Court , Kensington . Servants to the King in Way of

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 15th November 1838

    was here in 1789, Ld M. said, was very fond of England , & used to hunt & be at Newmarket . Ld M. never saw him. I remarked that I thought he was a bad man & Ld M.

    Friday 25th September 1835

    Charles Fitzroy rode with us through the park. We changed horses first at Barton Mills in Suffolk . Next at Newmarket in Cambridge, the famous place for Races. Old General Grosvenor came up to the carriage here. We passed the

    Thursday 15th November 1838

    was here in 89, Lord M. said, was very fond of England , and used to hunt and be at Newmarket ; he had rather a red face, but a good figure; Lord M. never saw him. Said I thought

    Friday 25th September 1835

    Charles Fitzroy rode with us through the park. We changed horses first at Barton Mills in Suffolk . Next at Newmarket in Cambridge, the famous place for Races. Old General Grosvenor came up to the carriage here. We passed the

    Saturday 19th January 1839

    Murray's having returned he had been at the Duke of Norfolk 's at Fornham in Suffolk ; 20 mile beyond Newmarket , Lord M. said; a very comfortable place, where the Duke always lived; Lord M. has been there often;

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. John's Lodge

    362 Lodge Number (1781): 363 Lodge Number (1792): 294 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Newmarket,Newmarket, Cambridgeshire 1773

    Etheldreda Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2107 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Jockey Club, High Street, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire 1885 White Hart Hotel, High Street, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire 1885

    Granta Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Shepherd's Hotel, Linton, Cambridgeshire, England 1945 The College, Linton, Cambridgeshire, England 1951 Masonic Hall, High Street, Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England 1990

 

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