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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ewhurst

    James Plowden , 30 who had married Dorothy the eldest daughter of John Ayliff , and his descendant, the Rev. James Plowden of Ewhurst , died on 8 August 1761 . 31 His son and heir James Chichele Plowden sold

    Parishes Lasham

    William Blunden , and in 1630 sold the whole estate of Lasham and the advowson to Sir Edmund Plowden . 52 James Plowden , grandson of Sir Edmund , sold to Anthony Guidott in 1705 , 53 and in 1772

    Corrigenda to volumes I-III, VIII

    ' 1754 ' " " 463 a , line 24, for ' Plowden ' read 'R. A.' " " 463 a , line 25, for 'Robert' read ' Plowden ' " " 463 a , line 26, delete 'A.' "

    Parishes Marsh Gibbon

    rent and knight service. Feud. Aids , i, 125. Ibid. Plowden , Commentaries , 530 et seq. Ibid.; Feet of F. Bucks . East. 22 Hen. VIII. P.C.C. 59 Noodes. Plowden , loc. cit. Feet of F. Bucks . East.

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    sold it in 1564 -9 to Edmund Plowden , treasurer of the Middle Temple . 86 Plowden . Azure a fesse dancetty or with two fleurs de lis on the points . Plowden 's reputation was at this time very

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    QU, AR aThRLYMf A ZA E No. V. The publishen July si~z~cofteutsLof the S Coer 'ourite village. E oelceoective Review.-VIL Mirhe Vfil.M Prosic.--IX; Nareuor, Part 2.-X On of the Eleventh lo iad.-XI. Recollections oftarbary, No. 2.-XII T e Lectnsers-XIII. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corby Thomas Riddell Arundell P. H. Roward Charles Conolly Stafford John Rossot H. Robinsonj on. Clifford A. J. Quill Wm. Plowden Charles Stourton G. Meynell George Silvertop 11. C. Clifford W. K. Amherst Henry Englefield H. B. Arundell C. Turvile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the borough is lastingly secured. lXorthanmpton.-Smith, Reformer, 1,093; Currie, Reformer, 1,036; Ross, 934. bottintglhaes.-Ferguson, 1,642; Hobbouse, 1,641; Twiiss, 1,148: Plowden, 1,149. NIormoicth.-Diffierent report of Polls at the close :-Douro's 1Committee:- Marquis of Douro, Tory, 1,S62; Hen. Bt. Scarlbtt, Tory, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    older works which we possess,. handed down from the lights of other days. Instead of a Littleton, a Coke, a Plowden, a Biackatone, a Fearn, all, except one, men who had attained the heights of their profession before they took Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C., with Gen. Sale; Oliver, Lt.-Col., 5th N. I., killed; Osborn, Capt., 54th N. I., absent; Primrose, At.-Surg., 44th, missing; Plowden, Corn, 5th C., absent; Pottinger, Ens., 5th N. I., missing; Prole, Capt., 37th N. I., missing; Parrott, Ens., 37th Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1706, 12 February 1707

    in a certain Caufe there depending, between the Petitioners and Appel¬ lants Plaintiffs, Charles May Efquire, Mary May, Fran¬ ces Plowden, and others, Defendants; and praying, " That the faid Decree, fo far as it relates to the Dif- V Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1707, 26 March 1707

    of the Refpondents to the Petition and Appeal of Reynolds Calthorpe and Samuel Battely ; Ihewing, " That the Refpondent Plowden, the " Tenant for Life in the Eftate in Queftion now in " Ireland, having in her Cuftody, and Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1707, 27 March 1707

    the Refpondent Plowden fhould, at " the faid Hearing, produce all Writings in her Cuftody " or Power relating to the Premifes in Queftion ;" and alfo fhewing, " That the Petitioners being informed " that the Refpondent Plowden and Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1707, 27 March 1707

    Refpondent Frances Langrifl}, alias Plowden, fhall produce all the Deeds and Writings in her Cuflody or Power, relating to the Premifes in Queftion, at the Hearing of the faid Caufe; and further, that the faid Plowden and the Vendees of Subscribers-only content

    4 December 1707, 4 December 1707

    in Ireland, in a certain Caufe there depending, between the Petitioners and Appellants Plaintiffs, Charles May Efquire, Mary May, Frances Plowden, and others, Defendants ; and praying, " That the faid Decree, fo far as it relates to " theDifmiffion Subscribers-only content

 

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