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  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 9, November 1559, 01 November 1559-30 November 1559

    November 1559 Nov. 1. 35. Note by Hen. Saville, surveyor, that the farm of the old park of Wakefield, part of the Queen's duchy of York, granted to John Paston by Henry VIII., is now in tenure of Sir Thos. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1545-31 January 1547

    Scotland , King of. James V. requests permission of the Emperor to use letters of marque against Portuguese shipping. 609. Saville , Archbishop of. See also Loaisa. Sig enza , Bishop of. See Loaisa. Soria , Lope de, Imperial Ambassador

    Volume A 81, December 1644, 01 November 1642-31 December 1644

    331. ] Dec. 20. The assessment of Wm. Cane, now at sea, respited till further order. The assessment of Wm. Saville who serves the Earl of Rutland, lives in co. Derby, and has there paid all rates and contributed, and Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 4, May 1559, 01 May 1559-31 May 1559

    lands. Harry Saville, the heir male, and Robert Saville, the bastard son, attended. Detail of proceedings. Incloses , 32. i. Notes of questions, communications, and answers moved to Edward Saville, son and heir apparent of Sir Henry Saville, deed. Names Subscribers-only content

    Index, Y, 01 January 1642-31 December 1643

    to death at, 52. parliament instructions sent to, 53 deputies sent to, 54, 91 parliament sends to arrest Lindsey and Saville at, 78. Londoun arrives at, 54 report from king at, 80. king tries to remove courts to, 65 many

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wrockwardine Wood Manor Wrockwardine Wood 1882

    other manorial rights. Sir George Saville began the process in 1660 by conveying his mining rights five years before he sold his third interest in the rest of the manor. Most of the rights formerly Saville 's were owned by

    Townships Todmorden and Walsden

    the son and heir, then fifty-seven years old, died ten years later, his heir being his grandson Saville Radcliffe , aged sixteen. 73 Saville 's grandson Joshua died in 1676 , leaving as heir his daughter Elizabeth; she married Roger

    Blackland Blackland c . 1844 St. Peter's Church from the south-east in 1806

    John Both (d. 1566) and from 1569 the wife of Gabriel Saville . 13 The reversion was held from Godfrey's death by his daughter Anne, the wife of William Saville , and in 1561 , when the estate was described

    Protestant nonconformity

    of the minister's illness, numbers had fallen to 66 members and 12 occasional communicants. 44 The church revived under John Saville , 1809- 28 , who registered a mission room in St. Leonard 's parish in 1822 . 45 There

    Market Harborough MARKET HARBOROUGH TOWN CENTRE C. 1960

    she continued to hold part of the manors until 1565, when she was succeeded by William Saville . 36 In 1565-9 Griffin and Saville were joint lords. 37 Griffin died in 1569 and was replaced by his relict Elizabeth, mentioned

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nadolig, cyrhaeddodd telegram (yr hwn a g adawyd heb ei agos hyd ddydd Llan, oherwydd y gwylian), i Mni. Shaw, Saville, a'n Cyf., Llundain, yn hysbysa fod y Cospatrickwedi myned ardmn ar y I9eg o g Daehwedd; i'r ail is-lywydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr oedd y gerbydres s o Waterloo i ddyfod. Enwau y rhai a laddwlyd yn y I fan ydynt:-Mri, Leigh, Saville Lodpe, Surb'ton; George Da'e, High-strett, Kingston ; Henry Arnott, taniwr ; -Roberts, 1 Copse Villa, St. John's Hill, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lCIAol sldrness fbi nnil tleatment.-Two other persons, Kqye and Savitle Waee ai.ko brolnlilni forward for tine samr~e offlnice as Ryder; Saville was fortiwitli discharged for want ofevidenice-to identify mliih: Fave. wino was accused by several personls of hnaving striack all Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNIED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. 'Friday, Fei. 16. Various papers relative to the monopoly of sopplbi, i tio(Uery to public officesii Ireland, held by Aldermn iiriKg. tg re ordered otl the motion of Lord King, who hinted, thet tleir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. ulO.MORROW, JUNE 18, a GRAND MASKED FESTIVAL, under the immediate Patronage and Sanction of HIS MAJESTY, in Commemoration of the BATTLE of WATERLOO, will be given at this Theatre.-Tickets for the Dress Circle Boxes, entitling tUe Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1743, 13 March 1744

    and the other Caufes removed in Courfe. The Houfc was informed, " That Elizabeth Le Neve Appeal, pe- u and Saville Gufl, Refpondents to the Appeal of Jfabella ^ " L<! ^eve a"d otuers> have not PUt in their Anfwers Subscribers-only content

    5 February 1744, 5 February 1745

    read the Fir ft Time. Upon reading the Petition of Sir Robert Sutton Knight S'1"^ of the Bath and Aletheia Saville Widow of Charles Sa-nfand ville Efquire, deceafed ; praying Leave to bring in a Judges. Bill, for declaring and Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1744, 11 March 1745

    Sutton, Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Sir Robert*? al h^ Sutton Knight of the Bath, and Aletheia Saville Widow; praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill: It is Ordered, That Leave be given to bring in Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Efquire, XL 620. Mofeley, Sir Edward, VIII. 675. Mountigue, Geoige, X. 564. Newton, Barbara, X. 629. Orlibeare, George, VIII. 254. Saville, Mary, XL 697. Shannon, Francis, Vifcount, x. 808. Shirley, Sir Seymour, Mil. 662. Shirley, Hannah, X. 225. Skinner, Auguftine, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    to Petition The Lords* 290. Eainley, Mr. John, VIII. 88. Gilby, Mr. Anthony, Mil. 269. Ingoldfby, Richard, Colonel, MIL 101. Saville, Sir George, MIL 93. Wharton, Mr. Michael, VIII. 93. That have leave to attend the Committee of Lords. ^290. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAVILLE, William.

    SAVILLE, William. Constituency Dates Reading 1394 Biography Though his sureties when elected were two well-known Reading burgesses, John Kent I* and William Catour*, nothing further is known about Saville, whose name does not appear in any of the surviving local

    SAVILLE, Sir John (c.1325-c.1399), of Shelley and Golcar, Yorks.

    Thornton some 30 years before. The Thomas Saville who served Richard II as a serjeant-at-arms may, perhaps, have been their brother, but we cannot now be certain on this point. Sir John Saville the younger pursued a distinguished career, being,


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