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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fordham Manors and other estates

    and Samuel's daughter Sarah who was childless. The manor passed to Sarah's sister Ann, wife of Charles Onley . In 1848 Onley Savill Onley was lord. 16 After he died in 1890 the lordship was sold to G. F. Beaumont

    Fordham Church

    after- wards curate to the non-resident rector, Dr. James Husbands , 1743-50 , who held Little Horkesley . 73 Charles Onley , non-resident rector 1763-1804 , presented by his father-in-law, Samuel Savill , employed Thomas Twining , fellow of Sidney

    Fordham Economic history

    The name Saffron field, recorded in 1689 , survived in 1837 in the south-east corner of the parish. 63 Charles Onley , non-resident rector 1763- 1804 and one of the founders of the Essex Agricultural Society, encouraged technical pro- gress

    INDEX K-Z

    s. of, Ric., rector of Great Horkesley , Ollerton , John, rector of East Donyland, Onley , Ann, see Savill Chas., rector of Fordham , Onley Savill, Onslow , Hen. Cranley , Sir Hen ., Susannah Eliz., w. of Thos.

    Parishes Sherington

    by Sherington Bridge , a structure of three large and two small arches 2 which carries the main road from Onley to Newport Pagnell . This road is joined about a quarter of a mile east of the river by

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Dr. Wake Dr. Hickman Golden Square Chapel Dr. Burd St. Margaret Westminster Dr. Onley Mr. Wilson New Chapel Dr. Smalridge St. Martins in the Fields Dr.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ONLEY, John (by 1498-1537), of London and Catesby, Northants.

    and friaries of London, Onley left Audley and Rich £6 13s.4d. each, and Pope and Southwell £3 6s.8d. apiece. He appointed his wife executrix and Baker and John Morris overseers. Before the will was proved Elizabeth Onley fraudulently obtained from

    ONLEY, Thomas (1523-89), of London.

    monasteries was to arouse la Warr’s hostility but to give John Onley employment, with what consequences to their relationship is not known. On the eve of his early death Onley left Thomas £300 on reaching 22 and entrusted the ‘governance,

    ONLEY, Edward (1522-82), of Catesby, Northants.

    ONLEY, Edward (1522-82), of Catesby, Northants. Constituency Dates Brackley 1563 Ofifces Held Escheator, Northants. Jan-Dec. 1565, sheriff 1574-5, j.p. from c.1573. Biography Onley and his younger brother Thomas were brought up in the household of their uncle George Cotton, whose

    ONLEY, Thomas (1523-89), of London and Charwelton, Northants.

    ONLEY, Thomas (1523-89), of London and Charwelton, Northants. Constituency Dates Brackley Apr. 1554 Brackley Nov. 1554 Brackley 1572 Biography Onley, who held a lease of pastures in Catesby from his brother Edward, married an heiress and secured the wardship of

    HARVEY (afterwards SAVILL ONLEY), Charles (1756-1843), of Stisted Hall, Essex and 22 Great George Street, Mdx.

    August 1843. By his will, dated 11 July 1838, he left his daughters large annuities and his wife his leasehold London house in Great George Street. The remainder of his estate passed to his only son Onley Savill Onley (1795-1890).[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, April 12. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, APiaRI. S. Royal Artillery-Second Capt. E. C. Warde, to be Adjutant. APRIL ii. Royal Artillery-Brevet-Major R. C. Moleswortb, tobe Lieut.- Col. vice Belson, retired on full pay; Second Capt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Chartist from London, the Hon. F. Leveson Gower was returned. Essex.-In consequence of the severe illness of Mr Savill Onley, that gentleman has withdrawnl his name as a candidate for the Northern Division; and Mljor Beres- ford, the representative Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    titando-~PI other Premi ses to Letite - Lor .,isiin lfittloObCerrySre ruom --Apletl". A. Dai.CauH toat 1 tfo i totWO r5Khiysjornieo. antI J7t [ V?sel gte' pp llhe'd Lion, Norton Streeit. B III-l AN'.,. ,I lihtc -Il377 g1,t1 vittT - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home at Liverpool, on the ground that it was a lie Roman Catlushic institution. At a previous meeting Mr. ior Onley, a member, applied on behalf of Miss Baghot de Ia m- Be, daugcter of the late vicar of Preatbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an application for the I transfer of the license of the Wagon and Horses beer- a house from Edwin James Onley to George William s Coomer, Tontine Street, were somewhat unusual. The o house is the property of Messrs. Paddock, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1833, 19 February 1833

    James Burton, Thomas Frederick Colby, Stuart Donaldson, Charles Herring, Charles Kerr, Hart Logan, James Mac* killop, John Morice, Charles Savile Onley, John Small and William Leathley, on behalf of themselves and all other the Members of the Partnership or Company Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1755, 20 February 1755

    J. 1755' Leeds to Onley, &c. RoaJ. 3al5ngitoke, &c. Road. forHoufes and Lands near his Majefty's Palace at tVind- for, and for other Confideration to be paid for the fame: Ard the fame was received ; and read the Firft Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1823, 4 February 1823

    George Clerk, Mr. William Dundas, Sir Matthew White Ridley, Sir William Curtis, Mr. Alderman Wood, Mr. Thomas Wilson, Mr. Savill Onley, Mr. Thomas Courtenay, Mr. Wilmot, Mr. Grey Bennet, Lord Binning, Mr. Sturges Bourne, Mr. Nicolson Calvert, Lord Viscount Clive, Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1823, 13 March 1823

    local taxation. Ordered, That the said Petition do lie upon the Table; and be printed. Members Ordered, That Mr. Savik Onley, Mr. Joseph Pitt, and atfommittee- Mr> Alderman Bridges, be added to the Select Committee on Sewers. Grand Jury Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1823, 21 March 1823

    And the same was read the first time ; and order¬ ed to be read a second time. Mr. Savill Onley, by Order, presented a Bill for mak- Norwich and ing and maintaining a Road from Norwich to Fakenham, f^^Bil? Subscribers-only content

 

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