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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious Houses Hospitals

    in J. Parton , Hist. of Hosp. and Par . of St. Giles ( 1822 ), 6-7. Other property confirmed to the hospital is listed in T.L.M.A.S . xxi (1), 20. Cal. Letter Bk. G , 29; Parton , St.

    Spelthorne Hundred Feltham Cottington

    . v, 45. Ord . Surv . Harl. MS. 4015 ; Parton , Account of Hosp. and Par . of St. Giles in the Fields , 32, 61. Parton , op. cit. 61. Dict. Nat. Biog . xlvii, 385. Ibid.

    Little Wenlock Economic history

    1666; Geo. Grice, 1667; Wm. Greene, 1668; Ric. Parton , 1671; Fra. Wooslely, 1673; John Swyfte, 1682; Thos. Briscoe , 1685; John Smitheman, 1689; Edw. Burgwyn, 1691; Geo. Buttery , 1691; Wm. Parton , 1691; Wm. Sherrington , 1699; Wm.

    Wellington Growth of settlement Wellington street plan c. 1300

    Lane (later Glebe Street ), a south-east continuation of Tan Bank, a small group of cottages 23 expanded northwards as Parton (later New) Square and southwards 24 as Bladen's Court. 25 Wellington c. 1838 (scale 27 in to 1 mile).

    Industries Brewing

    was receiver of the subscriptions for building the workhouse, and took an active part in rebuilding St. Giles's Church . Parton attributes to him the well-known anecdote of the interview of King Lewis XV with the 'chevalier de malt' which

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAMPLUGH, Thomas (1656-1737), of Lamplugh Hall, Cumb.

    the port of Parton as a rival to Whitehaven, controlled by Sir John Lowther, 2nd Bt. I*, as a centre for the export of coal to Ireland. Lowther’s opposition to Lamplugh’s plan to rebuild the pier at Parton led to

    BRISTOWE, Robert, of Great Bristowe and Carlisle, Cumb.

    and a plot of land in Carlisle. Some four years later Robert acquired other property and rents in Carlisle and Parton, so he was fast becoming a landowner of some consequence.[footnote]Robert had pressing personal reasons for seeking election to his

    HUGHAN, Thomas (c.1760-1811), of 8 Billiter Square, London and 12 Devonshire Place, Marylebone, Mdx.

    after a sudden illness, 29 Oct. 1811, two days before his son and heir was born. According to an obituary, his Scottish address was The Hill, Luetown, Galloway; his son Thomas (d.1879) resided at Airds in Parton in the Stewartry.[footnote]

    FLETCHER, George (c.1666-1708).

    have been minimal. James Lowther forecast in late 1705 that Fletcher would support Thomas Lamplugh’s* bill for the enlargement of Parton harbour, and on 25 Jan. 1706 Fletcher was indeed the first-named Member appointed to draft this bill. Little more

    EDEN, Sir Robert, 1st Bt. (c.1644-1721), of West Auckland, co. Dur.

    he voted against the Court candidate for Speaker. In December 1705 he supported Thomas Lamplugh’s* bill for the improvement of Parton harbour, and his nominations in the new year to draft bills to constitute the mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne governor of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prydnawe dyddMawrth Biweddaf. Aeth dyn ieuanc aor enwi Parton, 17 oed, gyda ehyfaill, y rhai a ddaetlhant vmla gyda thren rhad, i yms- droehii. Tra vn nyfeo gerllaw y pier, teimlai Parton ei hun yn diifvgio, a clive i ddiin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyftarod haner blynyddol, dydd Sal, y 15fted cydsol, am 10, 2, a 6. Gweinyddwyd yn y gwahanol gytartodydd gan y Parton W. D. Williams, Peuclawdd, a William Jenkins, M. A. Aberafon. CAwsom .ryfarfodydd ewir dda, y weinidogaeth yn aftelgar, an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buton (122) WILTS, Rhanbarth Chipponhana. Pletcher (3886)- Somerset (5574) BURKSHIRE, nhsnb;?ttl WorkQhsra. Russell (4710? ' Lawrence OM Iii Rhanb-.?th K..Q.,d. Parton 46634 -." ' "- I _ Barlow, a DUNGANOND"raw. Reynolds (3919) Stuart (3368) ESSEX, Rhubuth Romford. 'Westlake (1370)- - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cerbyd, gyda'i oriawr a'i arian wedi eu lladrata. Bu Fletcher farw yn fuan. a chymerwyd Parton i fyny ymhen deuddydd. Nid yw Parton ond l8 mlwydd oed, ond perthyna i'r dosbarth peryglus o gymdeitbas, ac nid oedd y llofruddiaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nti Blower, Sonithamgipon-bhoilitinns, Cie nrery- lane. J. Hemming, Long-acre, linen-draper. Attorney, M"r. Jones, New-inn.- .r. OWen, GCheapside, warehousemuan. Attorney, M0r. Parton, Bow Chltirch-ver-d. N. Ilatimnasoms, Manchester, grocer. Attorney, Mr. Kay, Essex- street, Manchester. S. Furney and R. Dodd, Miiton-Kexe-ni tinborne Subscribers-only content


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