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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hamsey The PARISH CHVRCH of S T PETER- HAMSEY

    ught from him by Thomas Whalley Partington of Offham , whose descendants continued to hold it. 30 Edward Partington died in 1883 and the manor passed to his only son the Rev. Thomas Partington , vicar of Netherfield in Battle

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    57 John Minshull , Thomas Partington Michael Johnson 1703-4 Nathaniel Anderton George Bennion, John Thomason 1704-5 Edward Partington Daniel Peck , Thomas Houghton 1705-6 Edward Puleston John Stringer , Randle Holme (IV) 1706-7 Puleston Partington Thomas Davis , Francis Sayer

    Parishes Rock or Aka

    minor and unmarried, in 1641 , his sisters, Mary wife of Edward Partington , clerk, and Edith wife of Charles Cornwallis , being his co-heirs. 29 Edward Partington and his wife Mary dealt with her moiety of the manor in

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    worsted spinners, Parkyns , Sir T., Parrott (Parratt), Francis, Ric., fam., Parrott, Ferneyhough and Whieldon, colliery owners, Parsons delivery van, Partington , Geo., Partridge, Wm., Passenham , Wm. de, Passenham ( Northants .), Pastoral Aid Soc., Paterson, Chas., Pateshull, Hugh

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    Parr : Cath., queen, Wm., marquess of Northampton , Parsons : Jas., Revd. Newton , W., Maj. W. P., fam., Partington , Thos. Whalley , Patwell , see Bruton Pauncefoot : Wm., fam., Payne , John, Pearce , Geo., Pearman

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been 'avoided by a writer who is at the time engaged illninflicting chastisement for a faulty arrang-, erent. 'Mr Partington is censured for commencing with Electricity, be- cause of its "1 perplexities." ' But has not every science its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oourt,jeweller. [Shirreff, Salisbury street.] J. Yeomau Holtmes st. Comn. road, oiImae. [Youing, St Milfred's court.] W. Watts, Wood street, warehouseman. [Partington. Change alley.] R. Stein and A. H. Sim, Tower hill, brewers. [Lane, Lawrence- Pountney place.] H. Trollop. Whitechapel, sntsr-reiner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarance, Great Parndon,farmer. [TurnerPercy street.] J. BartonD, Hih-Wycombe, paper-maker. [Fox, Austinfriars.] L. Moses & L. Levy, Gt. St Helens, brokers. [Partington, Change allety.] C. Bramwell, Baker street, wine-merchant. [Mayhew, Chanicery lane.] J. Stenson , Nuttingham,commission-agent. [Taylor, Featherstone bldgs. J.PickrinLydcombe,Somersetshire,builder. [Clabon,Marklane.] Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Cm. Cannon row, Westminster. C. Mears, Stock por, Cheshire, baker. [Tyler, Pump eourt, Temple. J. How,Salisbory crescent,Kent road, broker. [Partington, Change alley. T. Bentley, Blackburn, miller. [Wigglesworth and Co. Gray' son. R. latfield, Maddox st. Hanover sq. plumber. [Wills, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marylebone. W. H. Woodhouse, Darnall, Yorkshire, cutler. [Hookey, Staple inn. T. Sanderson, Nottingham, lace-manufacturer. [Hurd, Temple. E. Rorke, Liverpool, merchant. [Partington, Change alley. J. Hall, Rupert street, Goodman's 'fields, victualler. [Noy, Nicholas lane. C. Barnby, Spalding, Lincoloshire, grocer. [Pearce, St Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1710, 8 February 1711

    all the Re- " giments in Spain at that Time. " Nor of 374 i Men, of the Regiments of Partington, " Hamilton, Mohun, Brudcnal, Allen, and Toby Caul- "field, that were reduced fome Time before the Battle. " Nor Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1735, 20 February 1736

    to Order) were called in, to be heard, in the Caufe wherein Edward EdgwortbEtqa'ire is Appellant, and Partington Edgworib Efquire, Mary Edg- ivorth, and John Darner Efquire, are Refpondents: D IE Martis, 240 Februarit, And Counfel appearing none for the Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1740, 12 March 1741

    and others: With a Bill, intituled, " An Act to enable Thomas ** Smith Efquire, Lord of the Manor of Partington, in " the County of Southampton, to fupply the Town of " Port/mouth, and Parts adjacent, with good and Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1741, 17 April 1741

    tents of the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable Tho- " mas Smith Efquire, Lord of the Manor of Partington, in the County of Southampton, to fupply the Town of " Tort/mouth and Parts adjacent with good and whole- Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1767, 16 February 1767

    Whether, upon the Fafts difclofed in this. " Caufe, the Lands in Jointure to Judith, and " in Mortgage to Partington, be paffed there- " by?" The fame was agreed to: And the faid Queflions were accordingly put to the Subscribers-only content


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