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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Abinger

    he sold Parkhurst to William Philip Perrin , who partly rebuilt and enlarged the house, and with great public spirit made good the road hereabout at his expense. 11 On Mr. Perrin 's death in 1820 he left Parkhurst to

    Parishes Hulcott

    left it to Dame Anne Tynte to hold for life, then to John George Parkhurst in fee-tail male, and then in default to John George Parkhurst , also in fee-tail male, with certain remainders and limitations. 40 Dame Anne Tynte

    Parishes Carisbrooke

    on the north face inside the outer lines defends the 12th-century sally-port at the foot of the keep steps. PARKHURST FOREST PARKHURST FOREST was originally of far greater extent than it is at the present day, since it comprised some

    Parishes Wotton

    the late Mr. Edmund Lomax . Before 1795 it was bought by Mr. William Philip Perrin , owner also of Parkhurst (see Abinger) and Leith Hill Place . The next owner was Sir H. Fitzherbert , during whose ownership the

    Parishes Northwood

    each year, over the whole land of Werror which belonged to his fee, and which is described as lying within Parkhurst , Northwood , Carisbrooke and the Medina. 38 The estate remained in the hands of successive priors until the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 SION COLLEGE.

    Rowland , sold it to Robert Parkhurst , except the abovesaid Quitrent, and 4l. per Annum for ever, left by his Father to the Poor of St. Alphage , to be distributed in Bread. Parkhurst , 3. Car. I. sold

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1823, 17 March 1823

    of the Executors named in the Will of Thomas Lowten deceased, (late Defendant in the Court below, in the Cause Parkhurst and others against Lowten and others,) the Petitioner alone having proved the said Will; and also the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1823, 11 April 1823

    (jerrard et al. against Wade, petition of Appellants Agent for further Time for Case, referred to Appeal Comee. Lowten against Parkhurst et al. Belslies Bill. Insolvent Debtors A* Petitions f« Repeal o^ (Dewsburf Doncastef; Halifax. Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    21 April 1823, 21 April 1823

    such other Order as to " them shall seem meet; and that Service of their Lord- Epus. Epus. Lovvteo against Parkhurst tt al. Appel¬ lant's Peti¬ tion for fur¬ ther Time for his Case, referred to Appeal Comes, " ships Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1823, 30 April 1823

    for a Bill: Bill read. Tinne's Na¬ turalization Bill. Godfrey against Parkhurst et ul. through the said Bill, and signed their Report thereon " Yesterday, being after the Time limited by their Lord- " ships for receiving Reports from the Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1823, 1 May 1823

    Hughes and others, Messieurs Rundle, Bridge and Rundle and others against Lady Montgomerie and another, Godfrey against Parkhurst and others, and Lowten against Parkhurst and others ; and the Petition of the Appellants Agent in the Cause Gerrard and others Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAW. ' ?' COURT OF K.1NG'S 13ENCIL. Salurday;. Ja~t;Y 2S SENTENCE OF XT'r. PrnOPRIfTOn AND PRIXTER OF, TrlN INDElPENDENT WHIG. The ATTORINVP-GENERAL moved the Judgment of the Court on? the Proprietor and Printer of the Inde- pyndent wfiar, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boynton, Bart.> Sthe has left four childreili Francis and lienry Boynton, Esq. antd two dauglhser by her second htosbnd, 0. Parkhurst, Esq. The very large Jointire which she posseased now falls in to Sir Frances Boyat"'i Bart. of B3rton Agnes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHRISTIAN EVIDENCE SOCIETYThe Eighty- firit Discsussion will be hsld In~ the Society's Chapel, Lothiburi, On * Rvenw the it just, The Chair to be taken precisely at Sven TUISD.4 tfeto of the C.EB. .1-The Reverend Orator having 'tanidfenvces of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Wabl; and for iuprosenments in the Grammar, those of BEnttman and 'Matthita. The Additions to the former Edition of Parkhurst are at least one-third of the whole. VALPY'S CLASSICAL LIBRARY. In small Svo. neatly bound, price ds. 6d. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be removed to the government prison at Parkhurst. The object of the sentence of trans- portation in many juvenile carses is to enable the Secretary of State to send the prisoners to Parkhurst, where they will be morally and religiously Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKHURST, John (1643-1731), of Catesby, Northants.

    notice, Parkhurst had been re-elected. Even so, it was candidly observed by one constituent that ‘many wish some honester man than Parkhurst had been pitched on’. On 28 Feb. the accounts commission reported to the House that Pascal and Parkhurst

    DASHWOOD, James (?1758-1840), of Parkhurst, Surr. and Forest Lodge, Warfield, Berks.

    (?1758-1840), of Parkhurst, Surr. and Forest Lodge, Warfield, Berks. Constituency Dates Gatton 1802 Jan. 1803 Biography Dashwood’s sister Rachel was the wife of Mark Wood I*. In 1802, together with his brother-in-law, he unsuccessfully contested Shaftesbury, where Wood had purchased

    ST. JOHN, Sir St. Andrew, 2nd Bt. (1658-1709), of Woodford, Northants.

    for reasons of his own health. Considered a probable candidate for re-election in 1698, though not with his erstwhile colleague Parkhurst, he in fact withdrew. In a comparative list of the old and new Parliaments drawn up in about September

    PARKHURST, John (c.1643-1731), of Catesby, Northants.

    1699-at least 1705.� Biography Parkhurst was the grandson of a lord mayor of London. His father sat for Guildford in all Parliaments from 1625 until secluded at Pride’s Purge. On his death three years later, Parkhurst had the good fortune

    CARTWRIGHT, Thomas (1671-1748), of Aynho Park, Northants.

    at the Prize Office: Parkhurst alleged that Cartwright, Isham and William Bromley II* deliberately engineered the Commons’ vote against him in a ‘thin House’ despite the fact that the Treasury secretary William Lowndes* had previously cleared Parkhurst of any malfeasance.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Hiram Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places In Garrison, Chatham, Kent 1795 Hotel Barracks, Dock Road, Chatham, Kent 1800 Albany Barracks, Parkhurst, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1802 Star Inn, St. James's Street, Newport, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1815 Castle and


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