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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hardwicke Local government

    Manor courts are recorded for Hardwicke manor and for Rudge and Farley . Suit of the halimote of Rudge was mentioned c . 1255; 82 a roll survives for courts at Rudge and at Farley in 1292 , and there

    Hardwicke Economic history

    3 plough-lands in Rudge and one in Farley . 36 Field Court manor in 1309 had a demesne farm that included 120 a. of arable. 37 Hardwicke manor in 1359 had 2 plough-lands of demesne. 38 Whereas Rudge and Farley

    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses

    . 1625-42 , i. 64-6; G.B.R., J 3/6, ff. 148v.-149. Rudder, Glos . 194. Glos. R.O., D 327, p. 343. Rudge , Glouc . 315; Glouc. Jnl . 22 Apr. 1755 ; 5 Apr. 1802 ; 5 June 1807 .

    Hardwicke Manors and other estates

    of RUDGE in 1215 , when the abbey apparently had some land there in demesne. 59 In 1525 the rent for the farm of Rudge manor was paid to the abbey cellarer. 60 The manorhouse or court of Rudge mentioned

    Froxfield FROXFIELD 1846

    Scrope and Rudge Manor , 511 a., were then and later worked together. 51 Part of Rudge farm was added later, and in 1995 c . 550 a. of Rudge was worked with land in Ramsbury as Rudge Manor farm,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a power of appeal to the Qaarterly Associations is herein-before provided." (I'm bare.) A There was a young painter named Rudge, Whose Corns made him painfully smudge 'With AlrocL's Corn Plasters, he beat the old master, And his friends say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fit of sickneslis 'Witness sent for Mr, Dal- a surgenm, but befloie he arrivedr Mr. Williams haed ex- --Tfhe RevW- Rudge, of Limehouse,deposed, thlat he had P tr e deceased for many . years. A feav days ago he ex- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Renfree, Falpouth, cordwainer, April 26, M-ay 3 3 1, sart cleven, at Wynn's totiel, FaLmonath. Attorney, Mr. Tippet, Flalmotuh. l. Rudge, Fretherue, Gloazestershire, tanner, April29, SO, Mlay ,I, at ten, at th.., White Hart Inc, Glouces- ter. Atter4ey, Mr. Ward, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is occupied Witli the bCaNMCl CiARGF I ltelv' delivered by Rudge FE E1ar.B. Front i;s great le;L,(h we are obliged to divide it into two parts, the second at wvilh I will be givett next Week. Its kength, however, is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w,,oltapler. (Ecitetet. New iton P. Halipsnoiy, Exeter,auctioneer (Joie.-, Crosby -quare. J. Jirie, Liverpool, wine-merchant. [(Batye and Co. Chancery lane. Fl. Rudge. Leo _tinser, surgeon. [Siitl, Basloell street. W. B. Morgan, Si James's, Gloucesternhtre, dealer in woollen-cloths. (Britten, Basi nghall street. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUDGE, Edward (1703-63), of Evesham, Worcs. and Wheatfield, Oxon.

    Dudley Ryder described Rudge as ‘one who though he had not much attended Parliament always voted with Government’.[footnote] But at the general election of 1754 Administration supported John Porter in opposition to him. On 26 Mar. Rudge published an advertisement

    RUDGE, John (1669-1740), of Mark Lane, London and Evesham Abbey, Worcs.

    of Rudge as an assistant in the Royal African Company and to the committee of the East India Company in 1697 suggests that he rapidly took control over his father’s trading interests after his father’s death the previous year. Rudge

    RUDGE, Edward (1630-96), of St. Mary Axe, London

    with the town, his family having originally been chandlers there. Indeed, a William Rudge was mayor of Evesham in 1661 and 1675. There is little evidence that Rudge spent much time at Evesham, but the close proximity of his estate

    RUDGE, Edward (1703-63), of Evesham Abbey, Worcs.

    RUDGE, Edward (1703-63), of Evesham Abbey, Worcs. Constituency Dates Aylesbury 21 Feb 1728 271734 Evesham 1741 271754 Evesham 23 Apr. 1756 271761 Biography Rudge’s sister married Sir William Stanhope, on whose interest he was returned as a Whig for

    RUDGE, Edward (1630-96), of St. Mary Axe, London.

    Worcs. 1690. Biography Rudge was descended from a 16th century Evesham family of chandlers. His uncle, a London alderman, bequeathed £200 to the poor of the town and £400 to endow a lecture there under Puritan auspices. Rudge was apprenticed

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 February 1729, 27 February 1730

    Upon reading the Petition of Sir William Stanhope tition itterrej Knight of the Bath, Dame Sufanna his Wife, John to'Judges. Rudge Efquire, Father of the faid Dame Sufanna, and Philip Earl of Cheßcrßeld; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1732, 15 March 1733

    mittee, " That they had gone through the Bill, and " made fome Amendments thereunto; which he was * Origin. Rudge. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. London. Bunelm. 0X071. Elienf. Rojfen. Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1733, 31 May 1733

    " Leave to Sir James Lowther, Sir John Eyles, John " Rudge Efquire, Gabriel Roberts Efquire, William Bowks " Efquire, Peter Burrell Efquire, George Heathcote " Efquire, Edward Rudge Efquire, John Merrill Ef- f< quire, and Thomas Pearfe Efquire, Members Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1762, 24 March 1762

    Roads " leading from Kelfall in the County of Salop to Whißon " Crofs, and from thence, over Burnhill Green, Rudge " Heath, by the Two New Inns, apd to a Place called " High Gate Warren in the County Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1776, 15 February 1776

    tion refcrrc* to Judges. i\ 1_( VI W \_r 1.1 * *- ~- ' on Behalf of himfelf and Edward Rudge his eldeffSon, tion 1"efcnxd are their Opinion thereupon, under their Hands; and whether all Parties, who may be concerned Subscribers-only content


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