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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Thurleigh

    £3,900 in 1721 to Sir Jeremy Sambrook , bart. 37 He died unmarried in 1749 , and was succeeded by his uncle, the fifth and last baronet, and this manor passed to Judith Sambrook , sister of the fourth baronet

    Parishes Yelden

    of the St. John family. 54 Between the latter date and 1728 it had been alienated to Sir Jeremiah Vanacker Sambrook , bart. 55 He was member for the borough of Bedford from 1730 until his death in 1740 .

    Edmonton Other estates

    London and in 1682 by Shale to Sir Jeremiah Sambrook (d. 1705). 84 It descended to Sir Samuel Vanacher Sambrook , Bt. (d. 1715), and then to Sir Jeremy Vanacher Sambrook , Bt. (d. 1740). Jeremy's sisters and coheirs, Judith,

    Bradford Hundred The Hundred of Bradford c. 1831 Bradford Hundred

    (incl. Edgebolton and Muckleton ), and 1/2 L. Wytheford. Chetwynd (incl. Bearstone ), Howle , Moreton Corbet , Puleston , Sambrook (incl. Ellerton ), Stockton , and until some time between 1255 and 1285 1/2 Lawley . V.C.H. Salop .

    Index A-J

    n, and see Chipnall ; Sambrook ; Sowdley, Gt. Cheswell Grange , see Lilleshall Chetton , and see Faintree; Loughton Chetwynd : Sir Phil. de, fam., Chetwynd , Chetwynd Hall, and see Howle ; Sambrook chief agricultural officer , see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I - I - I ; . - EOTD SGiOL Y-BWaD-V;.-M1asniw o aelodau gr bywrd lawn; ac:ede'j'yy mynw~d :t ro hwn . .Y brhai gafodd yi mwyafrif gofynol' oeddyht I penonau yma:-ParchncJ. RBees, Cwmliynfell J Selby. .Jones, Caegurwen . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AGRICUL'I'URAL DIS l'RESSES. WORCESTERSIiIREN MEETING. Q1i the 81h ins. a County Nleeti g took place at the Guifd'iall, ')I cester,-the Hi jSio e liiT in it eCliai r,-whian varius reso- altiens weere ndopYed; and anong thein, one for Reform, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I . 1 ,TOREELG i~~~~~ ;~ , ; I C, -. ; , ai ., . FRANCE.' 'PintS, SkPT. G.-It is altogether isaidral for-tnisalvolefce to'5alh' 'itself 'of thri'tirnesmplbyed&ia the attAdk ofI the, Trocaderm, 'and teEabsetec of ha]-nevs int 'SpaiiC, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, May IS. BANKRUPTS. W. P. Butt, Winihorne-Minster, Dorsetshire, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs. Swain and Co. Frederick's-laice, Old Jewry. W. Bath, Copenhagen-house, Islington, victualler. Solicitor, Mr. Whit- ton, Great James-street. J. Tweed, Darby-street, Rosemary-lane, cabinet-maker. Solicitor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE. PARIS, SEPT.25.-The funeral of his late Majesty tono place on IlieT,. day. At an early hour the movement of the inhabitants, and thes taneous suspension of labour, indicated the anticipation o a grasponn unusual solemnity. The Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 December 1691, 29 December 1691

    Tho. Rawlinson Nathan Tench, Esquire Fran. Tyssen, Esquire Mr. Jam. Wallis Sir Hum. Edwyn Colonel John Perry - Sir Jerem. Sambrook - Sir Tho. Chambers - Tho. Chambers, Esquire Mad. Eliz. Howland - Sir John Chardin Sir Edw. Borwerie Mr. Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1703, 12 February 1704

    Bramher, in Sussex, the Petitioner, and Samuel Sambrook, Esquire, stood Candidates; and the Pe¬ titioner had a Majority of legal Votes, though the Con¬ stable of the said Borough polled several for Rjr. Sambrook, who had no Votes, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Index, 7 March 1722

    Pari 1. Sef 6. A. 1720, Ǥ-1721. OATjFQRD, Petition from, 1 Feb. Vide Mercy. Sail Duties. Vide Accounts, and Yarmouth. Sambrook, Jeremy, examined touching Part of a Report from the Committee of Secrecy, relating to Mr. Forefter, 8 June. Sartdridge, Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1726, 30 April 1726

    this House will, upon Thursday Morning next, resolve itself into a Committee of the whole House, upon the said Bill. Sambrook, Mr. Bootle, Mr. Chetwynd, Mr. Serjeant Miller, Mr. Cornwallis, Mr. Serjeant Birch, Mr. JF«/- faüng, Mr Mills, Mr.Worseley, Mr.Pacey, Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1732, 9 May 1732

    Bradfhaigh, Mr. Cery, Mr. Parker, Mr. Thompfon, Mr. i?<?r/zV, Mr. Alderman Barnard, Sir Jffw« Cewp- />?//, Mr. SA/r/tfy, Sir >/vwy Sambrook, Mr. Seymour, Mr. O/egÄy, Mr. Mir//», Sir y^ww Gr««/ Mr. £%>«, [/f] Thefe Words "of hisMajefty'j Culloms to theComrniffioners, Subscribers-only content


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