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You searched for: Place: Penruddock, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hale

    Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccclxxxv, 179. Thomas Penruddock had made settlements of the manor in 1622 and 1636 (Feet of F. Hants , Hil. 19 Jas. I; Trin. 12 Chas. I). John Penruddock , then a knight, was living in

    Salisbury Parliamentary representation, to 1612

    of the city's representatives, who were mostly gentlemen or esquires from families with county connexions. George Penruddock (burgess, 1552) was the son of Edward Penruddock of Cumberland and Ivychurch . 34 Giles Estcourt , who bought and lived in St.

    Parishes Whitsbury

    Bellowe. 23 The advowson is next mentioned in 1618 when John Penruddock presented. 24 It had probably been purchased of Broxholme and Bellowe by the Penruddocks, for Sir George Penruddock died in 1581 holding the rectory of Whitsbury , 25

    Parliamentary history 1689-1832

    gentry'. 5 The Penruddock and Wyndham families, who were connected by marriage, together almost rival the Goddards and Longs; for either a Penruddock or a Wyndham sat for the county in every Parliament from 1770 till 1812-a Penruddock in four

    Parishes Fifield Bavant

    100 a. in the tail of the parish, to Frances Penruddock (d. 1795). She was succeeded in turn by her grandson John Penruddock (d. 1841) and John's grandnephew Charles Penruddock , 69 who in 1843 held the farm, then 77

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10.-Motion: Owen v, H.,aa, part heard. Causes, h:- Ellis V, Bowmen; Mosn *. Mo's; Mihalocrow v. Wright; Moddoworoft v. Campoell; Penruddock v. Hammond; Lagd v. Morrison- Rid. dies,. Jacltwz; Byrne v. Narcolte Thorber v. Xinlght; Wood v. Shallard; Lewfl v.Lewis- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Thynne, Sir G. Cockburn West Laoe-l. B,: ior. C. Buller. Wigan - Colonel Linds:.v, A. Hodson. Wilton- s. H. Penruddock. E. Baker. Wineliester-- Sir E. H. East. P. S Mildmav. tl iiidsur-J, Kamsbottom. Sir H. Vivian. Woodstock- Marquis nf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY NOTICES. The Churchman's Shilling Magazine (Houlston and Sons) contains a short, but interesting, biographical record of John William Brown, a young naturalist of Yorkshire, whose early death, 20 years ago, at the age of 25, deprived his county Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dewsbury, shall be polling places for the West Riding of York, and that Bol- ton-fell-eud, Kirkhampton, Sebergham. Warwick-bridge, Skirwith, aud Penruddock, shall be polling places for the eastern division of the county of Cumberland. Lodge Anniversary.- Lodge 416 of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cockermouth, teacher Houghton, Mary Ann, Bridekirk, spinster Howe, Martha, High Hill, Keswick, spinster Howe, William, Branthwaite, Cockermouth, yeoman Howson, John, Penruddock, gentleman Huddart, Jonathan, Cockermouth, blacksmith Huddart, Mary Robly, Harrington, spinster Huddleston, Mary, Maryport, spinster Hudson, Joseph. Cliillingliam Vicarage, Alnwick, Subscribers-only content

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