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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MICHELL, Robert (1653-1729), of Horsham, Suss. and Petersfield, Hants.

    MICHELL, Robert (1653-1729), of Horsham, Suss. and Petersfield, Hants. Constituency Dates Petersfield 23 Feb 1689 Petersfield 1690 Petersfield 1695 Petersfield 1698 Petersfield Dec. 1701 Petersfield 1702 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Horsham 1676-7; commr. for assessment, Suss. 1677-80, Hants 1689-90; sheriff, Suss.

    Petersfield

    Petersfield Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freeholders of certain lands (see text) Estimated number qualified to vote: see text Hylton JOLLIFFE 09 Mar. 1820 BEAUMONT HOTHAM, Bar. Hotham [I] 9 Mar. 1820 Nathaniel Atcheson 09 Mar.

    Petersfield

    Petersfield Borough Background Information GEORGE TADLOWE 1547 LAWRENCE ELVEDEN alias CATTANEO 1547 (SIR) ANTHONY BROWNE I 1553 (Mar.) JOHN VAUGHAN I 1553 (Mar.) (SIR) ANTHONY BROWNE I 1553 (Oct.) GEORGE RITHE 1553 (Oct.) JOHN VAUGHAN I 1554 (Apr.) HENRY

    Petersfield

    Petersfield Borough Background Information SIR HENRY WESTON 7 Jan. 1559 GEORGE RITHE 7 Jan. 1559 SIR HENRY WESTON 1563 TOMAS DERING 1563 JOHN COWPER 1571 ROBERT RITHE I 1571 RICHARD NORTON II 15 Apr. 1572 RALPH BOURCHER 15 Apr.

    Petersfield

    Petersfield Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the burgage holders THOMAS COLE 9 Apr. 1660 ARTHUR BOLD 9 Apr. 1660 SIR HUMPHREY BENNET 15 Apr. 1661 ARTHUR BOLD 15 Apr. 1661 THOMAS NEALE vice Bennet, deceased 14 Feb.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Petersfield

    Parishes PetersfieldPETERSFIELD Petrefeld and Peterfeud, xiii cent.; Petresfeld, xiv cent. The town of Petersfield is situated near the centre of the parish of Petersfield , in the midst of an extensive agricultural district, forming one of the most picturesque

    The hundred of Finchdean Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of FINCHDEAN

    FINCHDEAN CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF BLENDWORTH CHALTON Idsworth Chapelry PETERSFIELD BOROUGH Sheet Tithing BURITON CATHERINGTON CLANFIELD The above list represents the extent of the hundred of Finchdean at the time of the population returns of 1831. The parishes of Bramshott

    Parishes Privett

    to the south, to the west of the road to Petersfield , which here makes a rapid winding descent to the south to meet the main road from Winchester to Petersfield . The Wheatsheaf Inn and the smithy are situated

    Parishes Steep

    close to the village of Sheet . Two main roads run through the parish, that from Petersfield to Farnham on the east and the Petersfield and Ropley road on the south-west, the latter winding up the steep slopes of Stoner

    Parishes Buriton

    by two roads running off south-east from the main road from Petersfield to Portsmouth , and by a narrow winding lane which turns off south-west from the road from Petersfield to South Harting by the grounds of Nursted House .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hygoeledd er galluogi y wlad i gredu fod yr oll a ddywedir yn wir. Ddydd Mawrth cymerodd etholiad le yn Petersfield, yn swydd Hants, er cael aelod Etholiad Seneddol fel olynydd i'r diwedd- Peterifield. ar Mr. Wickhan. Mae yr etbol- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shop- keeper.-Nov. 12. J. A. V. Gauieau, Albemarle- street, bookseller.-Nov. 3. R. Chambers, Newcastle- upon-Tyne, ironnmonger.-Nov. 15. J. Brown6, jun. Petersfield, fellinc~ger.-Nov. 7. J. Racy, Bath brewer. CERTtICATES-Nov. 5. J. Thuillier, St. Leonard, cotton-manufacturer.-W. 31. Russell, Vauxhall, maltster.-T. Tosp,; Manchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iiabbed Mlr. C. Stewa2 taylor, of Coriham. It apjpennred in evidenre, that as Morgan :d a lady were returning from Petersfield, they stfylwe at the Bricklayer's Arms, Carshlwt, 7ber Mr r it bbill to bl a harin, which wns pending Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unto various well-connected and well-poTtioned females without success, until he is at length induced to address a monied vidow at Petersfield. In the first instance he is refused there also, but under such able direction the attack is renewed, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oflice, that an extensive stage-coach robbery had been committed on the road front Petersfield to London-Tte coachman, Ttomas Faulkner, of the Hero Portsmouth stage-coach, in driving througn Petersfield on Friday, the 16th inst. took up a parcel of country Bank-notes, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. George's Lodge of Unanimity and Fidelity

    0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 731 Lodge Number (1832): 476 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Last Return, 1827. Meeting Places Red Lion, College Street, Petersfield, Hampshire 1821

    Lodge of Friendship

    Number (1832): 1230 Lodge Number (1863): 928 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Dolphin Hotel, High Street, Petersfield, Hampshire 1863 Red Lion Hotel, College Street, Petersfield, Hampshire 1869 Masonic Hall, College Street, Petersfield, Hampshire 1874

    Woolmer Forest Lodge

    Barracks, Bordon Camp, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1918 Courthouse, Whitehill, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1920 Masonic Hall, Whitehill, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1926 Masonic Hall, Petersfield, Hampshire, England 1956 Masonic Hall, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1966 Masonic Hall, High Street, Bordon, Hampshire, England 1997

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Newlin

    Details Elizabeth Newlin in religion Teresa Austin Born in Petersfield Died 1786 16 May in Bruges father Rev John Newlin

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 1st July 1833

    We have just left Liphook where we took our luncheon. 5 minutes to 2. We have just changed horses at Petersfield . 5 minutes to 3. We have just changed horses at Horndean . At 4 we arrived at Portsmouth.

    Monday 1st July 1833

    we have just left Liphook where we took our luncheon. 5 minutes to 2, we have just changed horses at Petersfield . 5 minutes to 3, we have just changed horses at Horndean . At 4 we arrived at Portsmouth.

 

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