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  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Cornhill Ward, Second precinct

    Comment: And Edward Hancock. Bowater , Richard 20.00 100.00 6.00 500.00 Comment: And Gabriel Glover. Ongley , Samuel 0.00 0.00 6.00 500.00 Comment: Senior. Ongley , Samuel 20.00 100.00 3.60 300.00 Comment: See note 16/05. Debnam , John 8.00 40.00

    Surnames beginning 'O'

    w; Francis, s; Eliz, d, 65.15 Omitt Wm, joiner; Jane, w; Wm, s; Mary, d, 81.3 Oney Anne, ser, 76.5 Ongley : Sam, bach, sr, 74.5 Sam, commr, 74.21 Sam, gent, jr; Eliz, w; Mary, d, 74.5 Only Oneley: Alice,

    Index, O, 01 January 1708-31 December 1714

    of Dublin stands; clxxii. 47. Okeley , Mr., clerk in the surveyor's office, Customs; cviii. 33. Oneglia ; cvi. 6. Ongley , Sir Samuel, as to appointment of a ship's carpenter; clxv. 7. Onslow , Mr., his attorney; cxxi. 18.

    Index, O, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    330. Oliphant , Henry, 309. Oliver , Matthew, 185. O'Neal , Mr., 420. Oney , alias Honey , John, 250. Ongley , Sa., 513. Onslow , Arthur, Speaker of the House of Commons and Chancellor to the Queen, 189, 208,

    Index Of Persons and Places, O, 01 January 1706-31 December 1706

    Assessments, 279 estates in, formerly in the possession of Papists, 279 Receiver General of Taxes, 279 taxes, deficiencies of, 279. Ongley , Samuel, Sheriff of co. Bedford, 689. Onslow , Abraham, petition of, 116, 187. -, Foot, a Commissioner of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Newent

    hides, the church and all tithes and offerings, with the woods of Yarcledon, Tedeswood, Compton , Lind, Oakley , Melswick, Ongley , and all the assarts that belonged to Newent , Stanling, and Boulsdon with the chapel, the church of

    Parishes Old Warden

    arden Park , were exchanged for lands in Southill belonging to Lord Ongley by Samuel Whitbread at the beginning of the 19th century. 37 Robert last Lord Ongley sold this land before his death in 1877 to Joseph Shuttleworth ,

    Parishes Southill with Rowney

    an estate in Old Warden . 17 Lord Ongley , however, retained the manorial rights in Southill , and they passed on his death in 1814 to his son Robert third Lord Ongley , 18 who conveyed them to Joseph

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HENLEY ONGLEY, Robert (c.1721-85), of Old Warden, Beds.

    HENLEY ONGLEY, Robert (c.1721-85), of Old Warden, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedford 1754 1761 Bedfordshire 1761 1780 Bedfordshire 1 July 1784 19 May 1785 Biography Sir Samuel Ongley was a linen draper in Cornhill, a director of the East India Company

    ONGLEY, Sir Samuel (1647-1726), of Old Warden, Beds. and Mincing Lane, London

    duty on births, marriages and deaths indicate three adults named Samuel Ongley all resident in the parish of St. Michael, Cornhill. Samuel Ongley ‘senior’, a ‘bachelor’, and Samuel Ongley ‘junior’, ‘gent.’ (together with his wife Elizabeth and daughter Mary), are

    ONGLEY, Samuel (1697-1747), of Old Warden, Beds.

    ONGLEY, Samuel (1697-1747), of Old Warden, Beds. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 29 Jan. 1729 261734 Bedford 1734 15 June 1747 Ofifces Held Sea coal meter in the customs house 1721-c.1728. Biography Although there are discrepancies in accounts of Ongley’s

    OSBORN, Sir George, 4th Bt. (1742-1818), of Chicksands Priory, Beds.

    satisfied’ with Robert Ongley, would continue to support him.[footnote] Yet Osborn was determined to stand, and his grandmother, Sarah Osborn, wrote to his brother, 12 Aug. 1766: ‘I am sure his fortune cannot support opposition to Ongley, but he acts

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pointed John Rice Crowe, Esq. Consul for the province of Finmarken, in Norway, to reside at Hamerfest; and Henry Sarell Ongley, Esq. Consul in the island of Candia.-The Tithe Commissioners for Eng- land and Wales have appointed John Milner, gent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up. Forty men I were killed." !An official return of the results of the earthquake in Candia (transmitted by dir Ongley, her _Majesty's Consul) in last October, shoe's that 6,512 houses (were destroyed, arid 11,317 imijured by the earthquake, whilst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the names of George Turner, Itartlcy Moeris, Captain Mfitcrell, Major Jamtes Cl/eepwan, Mm'r Livington, Xr Hlmamilton, MJe' Aletander, Lords Henley, Ongley, IJffley, Macdonsald, and Charleville, and iCaptain C/tarles Stanley, is examined at the Westminster Police-office. Further evidence is brought against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pasha is endeavouring by mild and persuasive means to keep quiet, without much prospect of success. The British Consul, Mir. Ongley, had not yet returned from Constantinople, but lie is said to have most fully cleared himself of the charges Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Osborne's f by Camerino- -the Witch Emleut Mr. Dawson's Reward Mr. Phillips's Countess Clifden MIr. Dutton's Medicatrix Mr. Raworth's Lady Ongley Mr. Dutton's Greek Maiden Mr. Rosemary's Blair Bras Mr. Holmes's o by King of Mr. Sanderson'a Miss Man- Trumps-Amethyst Subscribers-only content

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