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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Papworth St. Agnes Economic history

    were mostly held at rent by small freeholders, few of whom had over 7½ a. each. Only 30 a., on Russells manor, were held in villeinage. The villeins owed mainly cash rents of 10-12 s . for each quarter yardland,

    Papworth St. Agnes Manors

    and at once bought by William Malory (d. 1585), 43 it descended thereafter with Beaumes and Russells . The Malorys' principal Papworth estate, RUSSELLS manor, probably derived from a hide held before 1066 by 7 or 8 sokemen and in

    Parishes Peopleton

    and obtained a grant of free warren in the manor in 1328 . 34 The manor was held by the Russells of Strensham 35 (q.v.) until in 1658 it was conveyed by William Russell , Mary Russell , widow, and

    Parishes Kings Worthy

    Earls of Southampton continued in possession till the end of the 17th century, 58 when the estate passed to the Russells through the marriage of Lady Rachel Wriothesley , daughter and heir of the last Earl of Southampton , to

    Parishes Little Malvern

    1543 to Richard Andrews and Nicholas Temple . 34 It afterwards passed with the site of the priory to the Russells , 35 and a water-mill and a windmill are mentioned in a deed of 1683. 36 CHURCH The priory

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREY, Henry (c.1583-1639), of Flitton, Beds.

    Jt. ld. lt. Beds. 1621-3, 1625-6. Biography Grey was related by marriage to the Russells, which explains his return to Parliament for Tavistock at the age of 18. Little is known of his youth and education, and it is not

    WALDEGRAVE, Hon. William (1788-1859).

    for him at the expense of the Duke of Bedford’s nominee, on the basis of his belief that if the Russells were afraid of facing a contest, they ought in candour to acknowledge his popularity in the town and openly

    RUSSELL, Thomas (1519/20-74), of Strensham and Witley, Worcs.

    of the by-election, Sir George Throckmorton, who shared an interest in the estates of the bishopric of Worcester with the Russells, probably lent his support.[footnote]Russell may have sat again in 1545, when the Worcestershire knights are unknown, and was probably

    LYGON, William (1568-1608), of Madresfield, Worcs.

    c.1591, sheriff 1592-3, dep. lt. or commr. musters from 1595. Biography Of a Worcestershire family allied to the Russells and on friendly terms with the Talbots, Berkeleys and Lytteltons, Lygon’s election as junior knight of the shire in 1589, when

    FLEETWOOD, William II (1563-1630), of Great Missenden, Bucks.

    Living at Great Missenden he was a neighbour of the Russells and he carried a bannerol at the funeral of Lord Grey, another relative of Bedford. His association with the Russells must have been strengthened by the marriage of George

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iODIADAU GAN-4 .M . I ;: NODIADAIL GAN~ 8iIG~~-S -i' i"' ' .IIHIF XCVI -i Bii dadl fach ddigon difyr,bu agos i ri ddyweyd 7 ffraefyn Nh;y-r Arg.lwydd3,-los Lun,. y 3Oafn a rs Fai, ar yrT CoziRisof Jiidzie Bill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    potasau prydferth, hyn; an meddwn i, Gall y ceyddion eu gaLw ye Well- ingtonsoa mynant, ond galwaf fi hwynt ye Russells am eu bod fel hyn am fy nghoesau yn unig trwy hael- ioni eich arglwyddiaeth i mi." Ar ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the sake of his country,: would desire 'that the minds of her youth, her future Alfreds and Sidneys anud Russells and Bacons and Shahkspeares, should be so trained and nurtured. To such an one, who can feel all that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    principles brought into actian; and lie was the more inclined to hope so, when he found them advocated by the Russells, the Devonshires, the Caven- dishes, the Grosvenors, and the Vanes of the present as well as of former times. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    decisive vote.-Lord J. Russell is said to have intimated that the eon- nexion between the town of Bedford and the Russells had now ceased: he also observed, that if inquiry wns instituted into the legality of some of the opposite Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 March 1818, 6 March 1818

    Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Comes Shaftesbury. Aberdeen. Grosvenor. Carnarvon. Caledon. Rosslyn. PRAYERS. The Answer of Messieurs Shannon, Stewart and Russells & Company, Merchants in Greenock, and John Dunlop ^^t Writer in Greenock, their Trustee, to the Appeal of shannon Subscribers-only content

    9 March 1818, 9 March 1818

    report, when the House will please " to receive the same." Ordered, That the said Report be received To¬ morrow. Russells & Moffat against Shannon & Co. M'Morranfe Co. against Newcastle Fire Insur¬ ance Co, utors d. Gloucester & Tewkesbury Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1818, 12 March 1818

    Highness " was pleased to say, He would give Directions " accordingly." A Petition of William Russell, Robert Russell and Russells William Moffat, Appellants in a Cause depending in & Moffat this House, to which Messieurs Shannon, Stewart and sfannon Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    371 b. 379 b. 416 b. Appeal withdrawn, 546 b. BROWNING, WILLIAM: eZ aZ. Defendants in Writ of Error, wherein Russells are Plaintiffs, 51 Geo. 3. ride Russell, Hillier. BROWNLOW, Earl : John introduced, 56 Geo. 3. 1. 421 a. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    Appeal of John Stewart and Company, 24 Geo. 3. ride Stewart, John, and Company. eZ aZ. Respondents to Appeal of Russells eZ aZ. 58 Geo. 3. ride Russell, William. DUNLOP, MARY, aZias BARCLAY, ride BARCLAY, MARY. DUNLOP, THOMAS: r. Caldwell;-Appeal Subscribers-only content


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