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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Charities for the poor

    £60 were used to buy a field called Tiddicross, of which the rent was distributed annually. Edward Pemberton improved the land's value in 1670 by building a house and barn on it. The parish workhouse was built on the site

    Parishes Solihull

    the parish church in proper order. Rev. R. Pemberton , Solihull and its Church ( 1905 ), p. xvii. Place-Names of Warws . (Engl. P.-N. Soc.), 70. V.C.H. Warw . i, 395. Pemberton , op. cit. pp. xiv, xv. V.C.H.

    Townships Pennington

    or . The family of Pemberton held a considerable estate here known as ETHERSTON HALL 88 at the beginning of the fifteenth century. In 1415 the feoffees of Richard Pemberton , of Tunstead in Pemberton , gave to his relict,

    Milton Manor and other estates

    Anne's marriage to the lawyer Francis Pemberton (kt. 1675), later a judge. 57 The courts were held until 1675 in the name of trustees, including Sir Jeremy 's son Sir Paul . 58 Pemberton bought the 100 a., once Francis

    Parishes Knowle

    See pedigree in Pemberton , Solihull , 43. Downing , op. cit. 406. Ibid.; Pemberton , op. cit. 22. Knowle Hall was sold by W. B. J. Wilson to Robert Emilius Wilson (no relation) shortly before 1850: Pemberton , op.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sttart, Braichcelfn; a. a Mrs..Kirkby, Miss Mary Kirkby, Mis Annie Ki'rkby, M~iss Sopl 'lirkby, Miss Peambeton, Aberdyfi; Miss A da Pemberton, Miss Jennie Jones. Yr oedd y cynull- iadan e'r derbyni'au yn hynod o lioeog, a'so yn ol 'pob golygiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of sixteen. DoSTorsrsNG EvEXT.-On the eveninge of the 2lst ult. Esther Rolland, J9 years of age, residing at Smithy Brook, Pemberton, who wan in au advanced state of pregnlcy, was found drowned in a pit, in the neigh- bourhond of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bow lane,-scrivener. BANKERUPTS. W. Pool, Paddinegton, stage-master. [Duncombe, Lyon's inn. E;. Nicoll, jun. Hendon, hay-salesman. [Shuter, Millbauk street. T. Turner, Pemberton, catpenter. [Norris, John street. r1. Spratt, Tharstun, miller. [Lytbgoe and Chapman, Essex street. J. Saunders, Nottingham, cordwainer. [Taylor, Featherstone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HiNDoN, April 29. Col. Evans .................. 4 John Weyland ............ 1 02 Pusey .................... 3 John Stanly . .......... 99 Pemberton ...... : Horace Twiss .............. 21 Smith ..................... 2 The two former were elected. HEATFORD TOWN, April 29. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    519, 535. Forgery bill, 534. Parochial management, 233. Parochial reform, 265. Partial dealing, 570. Patronage, misbestowed, 41. Pawnbroker's liabilities, 664. Pemberton, Mr., his Shakspearian lectures, 358. PoETRY-On new year's eve-The king-To lord Althorp, 3. The bishops, 20. Reflections on the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Tuscan Oak and Lamberthead Lodge

    5755 on 12th September 2007 to become Tuscan Oak and Lamberthead Lodge No. 6387 Meeting Places St. John's Institute, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1946 Masonic Hall, 11A Fleet Street, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Chapel Street, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1974

    Pemberton Lodge

    Horse Hotel, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1924 Parish Hall, St. John's Church, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1941 St. John's Institute, Lamberhead Green, Wigan, Lancashire, England 1953 Masonic Hall, 11a Fleet Street, Pemberton, Wigan, Lancashire, England 1954 Masonic Hall, Chapel Street, Pemberton, Wigan,

    Langtree Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Rooms, Globe Inn, Standish, Lancashire, England 1945 Masonic Hall, Chapel Street, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 1985

    Tuscan Lodge

    Lambert Head Lodge No. 6387, to become Tuscan Oak and Lamberthead Lodge No. 6387 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Wigan, Lancashire, England 1922 Masonic Rooms, Tower Buildings, Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire, England 1924 Masonic Hall, Chapel Street, Pemberton, Wigan, Lancashire, England 2003

    Oak Lodge

    to amalgamate with Tuscan Lodge No. 4427 and Lambert Head Lodge No. 6387 to become Tuscan Oak and Lamberthead Lodge 6387 Meeting Places Masonic Rooms, Tower Buildings, Wallgate, Wigan, Lancashire, England 1938 Masonic Hall, Chapel Street, Pemberton, Lancashire, England 2006

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PEMBERTON, Thomas (1667-1703), of Higham Ferrers, Northants.

    15th century, and the family had since become prominent in nearby Higham Ferrers, his grandfather, Goddard Pemberton, having endowed an almshouse there. Thomas Pemberton inherited the family lands as a young infant when his father was killed in a duel.

    PEMBERTON, Goddard (d.1616), of Hertingfordbury and St. Albans, Herts.

    PEMBERTON, Goddard (d.1616), of Hertingfordbury and St. Albans, Herts. Constituency Dates Peterborough 1601 Higham Ferrers 1604 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Herts. 1615-d. Biography It may have been his elder brother, Robert, gentleman usher to the Queen, who introduced Pemberton to court

    PEMBERTON, Thomas (1793-1867), of Lincoln's Inn and 3 Spring Garden Terrace, Mdx.

    PEMBERTON, Thomas (1793-1867), of Lincoln's Inn and 3 Spring Garden Terrace, Mdx. Constituency Dates Rye 1831 1832 Ripon 1835 13 Mar. 1843 Ofifces Held KC 1829; bencher, L. Inn 1829, treas. 1842; att.-gen. to prince of Wales 1841-3; PC

    WORSLEY, Sir Robert (c.1512-85), of Booths, Lancs.

    him considerable estates at Booths, Urmston, Hulme, Ashton-under-Lyne, Rusholme and Farnworth. Later he acquired other land in Lancashire, mainly at Pemberton and Orrell; he also owned property in the Yorkshire manors of Coulton, Holthorpe and Hovingham. But the family was

    MORGAN, Sir Edmund (d. by 3 Feb. 1655), of Penhow, Mon.

    history of this Parliament by reason of his part in a privilege case. Midway in the session he and Goddard Pemberton, one of the citizens for Peterborough, were each served with a subpoena out of Chancery at the suit of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 July 1689, 4 July 1689

    the Clock in the Forenoon : And it is further Ordered, being appointed for the Perfons impeached That Mr. Serjeant Pemberton Mr. George Bradbury, CaK,: Mole, by the Houfe of Commons of High Treafon, and other Edward Ward Vernon and Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1716, 26 April 1716

    Ds. Montjoy. Ds. Mnj/fc/. Ds. iro/(?y. Ds. Bathurfi. Ds. Harborough. Ds. Cobham. Ds. Parker. Sarah Popping a Publiflier, and John Pemberton andPppP">g a"d Edmund Curll Bookfellers, were (according to Order) E^". brought to the Bar, and feverally examined touching and Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1736, 15 March 1737

    of Chriflopher Pemberton and Andrew Judges. Pemberton their Younger Sons, who are Infants, ami of Francis Pemberton Efquire, Eldeft Son and Heir Appa¬ rent of the faid Francis Pemberton by the faid Elizabeth, Henry Pemberton and Jeremy Pemberton, Two other Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1740, 13 January 1741

    Chrifiopher Pemberton Judges. and Andrew pemberton their Younger Sons, who are In¬ fants, and of Francis Pemberton Junior Efquire, Eldefl Son and Heir Apparent of the faid Francis Pemberton Senior by the faid Elizabeth, and Henry Pemberton and "Jeremy Pemberton, Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1740, 4 March 1741

    as the Eftate to " be fold is fettled." Pemberton, Leave for a Bill: After reading, and confidering, the Report of the Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Francis Pemberton Efquire; praying Leave to bring in a Private Subscribers-only content

 

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