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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sport, ancient and modern Polo

    three members from the County Polo Association, two from the Army Polo Committee, and one each from the Ranelagh and Roehampton Clubs. 5 In 1886 a team sent by the Hurli ngham Club won the cup offered by the American

    Acton Roman catholicism

    from France formed first convent in England 1842 at Berrymead Priory, where they ran boarding and day schools. Moved to Roehampton (Surr.) 1850. 34 Chapel and sacristy in Acacia House , Central Ave., registered 1960, cancelled 1964. 35 Apostolic Exarchate

    Parishes Putney

    of deer in Roehampton Park in 1540 -1. 51 There are many interesting houses in Putney parish, situated chiefly at Roehampton and on the brow of Putney Heath , which commands a beautiful view. Roehampton House in Roehampton Lane was

    Parishes Barnes

    from Hammersmith Bridge to the Ranelagh Grounds , where it branches into two, one branch continuing across the common to Roehampton , the other turning west and running past the church to the south, and the common and pond on

    Economic history Farm-gardening and market gardening

    rare exotics and forced flowers, having between 30,000 and 40,000 sq. ft under glass. Colvill's occupied a second nursery at Roehampton by 1827 . From 1834 to 1840 the nursery was occupied by Adams & Durban . 13 William Salisbury

  • * British History Online * *

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    HARVEY, William

    yeoman)) Date of birth 1 Apr 1578 Date of death 2 Jun 1657 Address St Peter le Poer 1657 (will). Roehampton, Surrey, 1657 (died). Hempstead, Essex, 1657 (bur). Other notes Ca 1593 BA 1597. MD Padua 1602 incorp Ca 1602

    Volume A 81, April 1644, 01 April 1644-30 April 1644

    1. Order that the cabinets and glasses brought from Roehampton to Guildhall be not sold till further order, the committee wishing to respite the sale 14 days. [ A 3, p . 66. ] April 4. Olive, widow of Wm. Subscribers-only content

    Putney

    afterwards for some time in the occupation of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer. Roehampton . The hamlet of Roehampton is very pleasantly situated at the western extremity of Putney-heath. In the reign of Henry VII. it

    Wills, 24 Henry VI (1445-6)

    of Ormond, and Dame Joan his countess, 1428" ('Survey,' Thoms's ed., p. 101). 2 Probably refers to S. Luke, generally supposed to have been crucified. 3 Barnes. 4 Putney Heath. 5 Roehampton. 6 Ward uncertain. 1 Part I. p. 185.

    East Indies, November 1632, 02 November 1632-30 November 1632

    is far different from that which he expected, my Lord Treasurer having told him Mr. Governor promised his Lordship, at Roehampton, to surrender the Patent, and thereupon it was appointed to be done at the Board that their Lordships might

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    YOUNGE, Hitch (?1688-1759), of Roehampton, Surr.

    (?1688-1759), of Roehampton, Surr. Constituency Dates Steyning 26 Nov. 1740 30 Jan. 1759 Biography Younge was a merchant engaged in the Mediterranean trade, and owned property in Surrey and Northamptonshire. He was a regular Government supporter, and in 1754 received

    YOUNGE, Hitch (?1688-1759), of Garlic Hill, London and Roehampton, Surr.

    Garlic Hill, London and Roehampton, Surr. Constituency Dates Steyning 26 Nov. 1740 30 Jan. 1759 Biography A wealthy merchant, engaged in the Spanish and Mediterranean trade, Younge supplied wheat to the Minorca garrison in 1734[footnote] and was the banker and

    HOLDEN, Samuel (c.1675-1740), of Roehampton, Surr.

    (c.1675-1740), of Roehampton, Surr. Constituency Dates East Looe 20 Feb 1735 12 June 1740 Ofifces Held Director, Bank of England 1720-7, 1731-40 (with statutory intervals); dep. gov. 1727-9, gov. 1729-31; gov. Russia Co. 1728-40. Biography Holden belonged to a junior

    LAW, Sir Edward (1750-1818), of St. James's Square, Mdx. and Roehampton, Surr.

    St. James's Square, Mdx. and Roehampton, Surr. Constituency Dates Newtown IoW 25 Feb 1801 19 Apr. 1802 Ofifces Held KC 27 June 1787; bencher, I. Temple 1787, reader 1794; treasurer 1795; King’s attorney and serjeant, co. pal. of Lancaster Nov.

    PONSONBY, Frederick, Visct. Duncannon (1758-1844).

    Ld. of Admiralty Apr.-July 1782, Apr.-Dec. 1783. Ofifces Held Capt. commdt. R. Putney and Roehampton vols. 1803, maj. commdt. 1803. Biography A member by family connexion of the Devonshire House circle, Duncannon was returned in 1790 on the 5th Duke

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. Tucker, of Bartlett's Buildings, to Harriet, daughter of Win. Anderson, Esq. of Gracechnrchl-street. DEATHS. On Monday morning, at Roehampton, Benjamiin Gold- smid, Esq. His death wvas- sudden, occasioned, as bus been asserted, by a violent fit of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very frst in the Russian trade. He is the son of J. P. TsOmsoor, Esq. of Waveoley Abbey, and | Roehampton. We are fortunate enonigh to be better infoarmed as to "r Who Mr HALCONte is ;" and as the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. H. Robinson, Liverpool ,-tailor. [(Chester, Staple inn. T.GeorgeNewportMoDnmoouti,coal-rrn.rchant. [PlattNewBoswellct. FRIDAY, MAY 18. INSOLVENTS. T. Aldridge, Cheltenbam, timber-dealer. W. MVleller, Roehampton, Surrey, butcher. J. Gregorv, Sun street, Bishopsgate street, grocer. S'Srmitb, Hastings, innkeeper. -BANCRUPTCY E11LARGEn. W. Hodgsoi\i;Birmingham, merchant, from May Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ladyship to the Reporters to suppress the report of the case, RossexeY.-The h~ouse of H. St John Mildmay, Esq. at Roehampton, was lately robbed of between 601. and 701. in notes and sovereigns. After much search, Clements, the police-officer, managed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or any want of tenderness towards Lady Ellenborouglli. The first time she saw Lady Ellenborough after the separation wan at Roehampton. She went with Lady Ellentorough to her father's in Dorsetshire ; Lady Ellenborough then confessed to her that she Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 13th July 1834

    till 3. At 4 we went out driving with dear Feodore and Lehzen. We drove to Richmond and home by Roehampton at ½ past 6. At a ¼ past 7 we all dined except Ernest. The children came to dessert

    Sunday 13th July 1834

    till 3. At 4 we went out driving with dear Feodore and Lehzen. We drove to Richmond and home by Roehampton at ½ past 6. At a ¼ past 7 we all dined except Ernest. The children came to desert

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1772, 13 March 1772

    öf Lords. 197 « Parifhes of Putney and Roehampton, in the County Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to « of Surry, in Truftees, for the Purpofes therein men- the Confideration of the Lords Committees afore- " tioned."' named: Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1772, 17 March 1772

    Ireland, and others, to the Appeal or " ward Holden Cruttenden Efquire deceafed, in the " Parifhes of Putney and Roehampton, in the County of " Surrey, in Truftees, for the Purpofes therein men- " tioned." Ordered, That the faid Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1772, 1 April 1772

    " the Freehold and Leafehold Eftates of Edward Holden " Cruttenden Efquire deceafed, in the Parifhes of Putney " and Roehampton, in the County of Surry, in Truftees, " for the Purpofes therein mentioned," was com¬ mitted : " That Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1772, 3 April 1772

    the Freehold and Leafehold Eftates of Ed- " ward Holden Cruttenden Efquire deceafed, in the " Parifhes of Putney and Roehampton, in the County of Surrey, in Truftees, for the Purpofes therein " mentioned." c< The Queflion was put, « Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1772, 15 April 1772

    the Freehold and Leafehold Eftates of Edzuard Hol- " den Cruttenden Efquire deceafed, in the Parifhes of " Putney and Roehampton, in the County of Surry, fc in Truftees, for the Purpofes therein mentioned:" and to acquaint this Houfe, that Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Hurricane of October 1780, 1780

    Hurricane of October 1780 Plate 3: Uprooted and damaged trees at Roehampton LaneOutline etching, completed in watercolour by hand

 

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