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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespearean festivals and theatres

    John Payton , the landlord of the ' White Lion ', a genuine enthusiast and a friend of the Shakespearian editor, George Alexander Steevens . 5 In 1768, when Steevens was staying at the ' White Lion ', Payton invited

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Introduction and architectural description

    considerable development took place on the north side, beyond the Gild Pits. Here John Payton of the ' White Lion ' laid out John Street , Payton Street , and other streets on land allotted to him in the inclosure.

    Parishes Hartlebury

    le Brodemore in Carentesmede, Briddesgrene, Welhegge, 12 Escherugg or Asscherugge 13 (xiv cent.); Lynnall or Lynholt Wood, 14 Nordalls and Payton or Paynter's Grove , 15 Perches 16 (xvi cent.). CASTLE Hartlebury Castle was originally the manor-house of Hartlebury ,

    Bisley Manors and other estates

    his son William conveyed the estate to another son Edmund, 77 who sold it in 1625 to Henry Payton . 78 Payton sold the estate in 1635 to Edward Rich , apparently the same man as Sir Edward Rich who

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    1684), Nat. (d. 1737, s. of preceding), Rob. Snow , Obadiah, Onesiphorus, Sam., fam., Payne, Cath., see Clutterbuck; John, Wm., Payton , Hen., Peach, Nat., Sam. (fl. 1781), (formerly Cruger), Sam. Peach (fl. 1788, 1839), Pearce, John, Sim., Wm., and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and G. M'Kewan, Great St Helen's, Bishops. gate, printero-W. Burton and Son, Bordesley, near Bir- minglasm, brass bedstead wanufacturers-James anai Payton and H. Marlow and Co. Walsall, Staffordshire, factors- Drabble and Waller, Chesterfield, attorneys-R. Wilson and T. Parker, Sanderlatd, attorneys-L. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dando, Willy, Griesbach, Wat kmis, Case, Thirlwall, Thomas, Mellon, Petey, Zerbiai, Browrns, Goffrie, Still. Second Violins-Messrs Ella, Newsham, W. Thomas, Payton, H. Westrop, H. Griesbach, Jay, Perry, Marshall, W. Blagrove, Betts, Kelly, Bort, Wilkins. Tenors-MSssrs Moralt, Hill, Alsept, Lyon, Glanville, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morl, TjLazarus, Deloffre, Pilet, , Boo6, Newlshini, Shepherd, Boaunsun, liezett, A wrd. Larkin~l, Bourette, CIell U. Harper, 1'atrey, amPanile, Calicott, Payton, Vaudreclaod, T. Ilarper, Drms ,. c elsh, W Handley, I-Lll, Prateo, I Antoine, Do talcesce, liig, Wintorbottom, J. Loder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, September 21. lVan 01r1ce, Septemnber 21-2nd Dragoons: It. Parry, Gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Buchanan, promotet-12th Light Dragoons: A. Fletcher, Gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Elwes, who retires-15tli Light Dragoons: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charles Snell, lt at Jarme.'s street Parkinson James, 1 King street, St James's Paterson William Benjamin, 4 New Bridge nt Payton A. W. Capt. 11rgent's barracks, Regent'u park Pearson Miehael, Rederosstreet Pearson John, 012eS Jamsras place Peacock Iobt. Wm. 8 Subscribers-only content


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