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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acc. 538 Manor and Borough of Uxbridge etc. Acc. 590 Harrow Local Archives Committee Acc. 643 Northwick Collection Acc. 794 Northwick Collection Acc. 974 Northwick Collection Cal. Mdx. Recs. Calendar of Sessions Records, 1607-12 Cal. Mdx. Sess. Bks. Calendar of

    Documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used

    ( Middlesex records) used DOCUMENTS IN THE GREATER LONDON RECORD OFFICE ( MIDDLESEX RECORDS) USED IN THIS VOLUME Acc. 76 Deposited Records, Executors of Lady Northwick Acc. 446 Deposited Records, Marquess of Anglesey Acc. 563 Deposited Records, Archdeacon of Middlesex

    Houses of Cistercian nuns Priory of Whistones

    of Northwick . 7 This grant was confirmed by Bishop Orleton in the November of the same year, 8 and by the prior and convent of Worcester in the December. 9 In 1334 20 acres of land in Northwick were

    Parishes Blockley

    that hamlet. Northwick Mill is first mentioned in 1227 , when Robert de Northwick granted it in marriage with Maud his daughter to Roger de Draycott . 173 It subsequently followed the descent of the so-called manor of Northwick ,

    Parishes Claines

    Northwick and Wistan.' 23 The manor was surveyed under this name in 1484 -5, 24 but be fore the middle of the 16th century the name Whiston or Whistones had superseded that of Northwick . 25 The manor-house at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MALLEY, John, of Worcester.

    occasions finding mainprise for the appearance of Richard Norton and John Wood I, respectively. Later, at Easter 1419, he was again associated with Wood and another lawyer, John Weston*, with regard to a conveyance of property in Northwick near Worcester.[footnote]

    MERSTON, Ralph, of Worcester.

    of one of the shire knights, John Wood I*, for whom he subsequently acted as a trustee of property in Northwick near Worcester. At the elections of 1435 he stood surety for John Halle, a local grocer. He probably died

    WALSHE, Nicholas (c.1534-68), of Little Sodbury and Olveston, Glos.

    that he received livery of his lands. These were extensive, including the manors of Old and Little Sodbury, Olveston, Kingsgrove, Northwick and Radwick. Some of the property was subject to the life interest of his grandmother, Lady Anne Walshe. In

    WOOD, John I (d.1458), of Northwick, Worcester and Wolverley, Worcs.

    I (d.1458), of Northwick, Worcester and Wolverley, Worcs. Constituency Dates Worcester May 1413 Worcestershire Nov. 1414 Worcester 1415 Worcester Mar. 1416 Worcestershire May 1421 Worcestershire 1423 Worcestershire 1429 Worcestershire 1433 Worcestershire 1435 Ofifces Held Alnager, Worcs. Mich. 1405-32. Ofifces Held

    MAISEMORE, Richard, of Worcester.

    this Richard Maisemore who had interests in the Worcester cloth industry in 1401, and perhaps he owned the lands in Northwick, just outside the city, which at Easter 1419 were to be conveyed by his kinsman, Walter Maisemore, to John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bedford. W. Jerdan, Esq. Sir R. Ferguson. R. Williams, Esq. Mr Vernon. Lord Northwick. C. Crauford, Esq. Lord North wick. J. Gibbons, Esq. Lord Northwick. Sir G. Noel. J. Farlie, Esq. Marchioness of Bute. R. Parnther, Esq. Mr Vernon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Lews - - ditto Dutch Boats at ihe Mouth) of the Seine; Harre de SC. Stanfield - - Lord Northwick Grace in the distance - -J Suabia - - - - - - - H. Howard - - ditto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13 6 James's square - * 13 13 11 Lord Iilmorey, Bigglewade II 5 1 M. Atkinson, Esq. Portland Lord Northwick, Miarrow - 16. 7 5 place - - -- 20 7 4 The Hlon. Mrs Bowater, Messrs J. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j Sir Richard King, Bart. Francis Ceost, Esq. { Sir F. B. uorland, Hart. Sir George Dackeot, Bart; j Lord Northwick. Earl Ferrers. Hon. Thomas Parker. Sir John Harington, Bart. William Posed, R B. Hon. Frederick Hotham. Sir William E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1Barber Beaumont, Esq. Sir Richard King, Bart. Francis Const, Esq. Sir F. B. Morland, Bart. Sir George Duckett, Bart. Lord Northwick. - Earl Ferrels. ' Hon. Thomas Parker. Sir John Harrineton; Bart. William Praed, Esq. ElEon. Frederick laotham. * Sir Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 April 1769, 21 April 1769

    ufque ad et in diem Lunas, vi- cefimum quartum diem inftantis Aprilis, hora unde- cima Aurora, Dominis fie decernentibus. Origin. Northwick; in all the other Entries it is Northwich. Ds. Camden, Cancel- larius. Comes Gozwr,Pr£efe5. Dux Grafton* Dux Argyll. Dux Subscribers-only content

    3 November 1797, 3 November 1797

    the Twenty-fixth Day of Oäober, in the Thirty- eighth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefty, created Baron Northwick, of Northwick P'ark, in the County of Worceßer, was (in his Robes) introduced between the Lord Boflon and the Lord Subscribers-only content

    8 November 1797, 8 November 1797

    Ds. Bradford. Ds. S^. Ds. Gwydir. Ds. Z)<? Dunflanville. Ds. i?ö//f. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Glafionbury. Ds. Wodehoufe. Ds. Northwick. L. Amherft. introductd : Comes Pembroke ö* Montgomery. Comes Weftmorland. Comes Cheflerfield. Comes Doncajier. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Erroll. Comes Glafgow. Comes Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1798, 21 March 1798

    Deputy and Deputies, and every of them. Ds. Hnrewood. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Glqßonbury. Ds. Bolton. Ds. Minto. Ds. Wodehoiife. Ds. Northwick. Ds. Lilford. Ds. Perth. Ds. Sea forth. Adjourn, Dominus Cancellarius declaravit prasfens Parliamen- tum continuandum effe ufque ad et Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1798, 8 June 1798

    Ds. Tarborough. Ds. Dawnay. Ds. De Diinfianville. Ds. Harezuood. Ds. Rolle. Ds. Carrington. Ds. Bayning. Ds. Minio. Ds. Wodehoiife. Ds. Northwick. A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. John Pitt and others: To return the Bill, Subscribers-only content


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