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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SUTTON, Richard (1674-1737), of Scofton, Notts.

    (1674-1737), of Scofton, Notts. Constituency Dates Newark 1708 271710 Newark 28 Jan. 1712 23 July 1737 Ofifces Held Ensign, Visct. Castleton’s regt. of Ft. 1690, capt. 1693, maj. 1697, half-pay 1698; maj. 8 Ft. 1701, lt.-col. 1702; brevet-col. 1704; lt.

    SUTTON, Richard (1674-1737), of Scofton, Notts.

    (1674-1737), of Scofton, Notts. Constituency Dates Newark 1708 1710 Newark 28 Jan. 1712 23 July 1737 Ofifces Held Ensign, Visct. Castleton’s Ft. 1690, capt. 1693, maj. 1697, half-pay 1698; maj. 8 Ft. 1701, lt.-col. 1702; brevet col. 1704; col. regt.

    WASTENEYS (WASTNEYS), Sir Hardolph, 4th Bt. (1674-1742), of Headon, Notts. and Bilsby, Lincs.

    Whig candidates. Wasteneys died at his Nottinghamshire seat on 17 Dec. 1742, whereupon the baronetcy became extinct. In his will he left the bulk of his estate in trust for his niece, the wife of Robert Sutton of Scofton, Nottinghamshire.[footnote]

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1851/6

    undefined Participant: William Hall [Hall] Role: defendant Details: male; Brother of the testator Employment: Gamekeeper Location: Worksop (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Scofton(Scofton) : undefined Participant: George Brown [Brown] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: York (York) : city

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pp. 420.) Bentley.-' The Negeb, or "South Country" of Scrip- ture.' By the Rev. Edward Wilton, M.A. Oxon., Incumbent of Scofton, Notts. and Chaplain to the Earl of Galloway. With a Map. (Post 8vo, pp. 262.) Macmillan and Co. BIOGRAPHY.-' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    College SCoo, llbenisgate : Norllhamptonk Centre, We. T. Undierwuoodl Ruogby, Milton; Collegut-, Ulleotlhorpe : Sheffloeld Centre, F. A tkinm eon. Scofton. K~ing _Edward VI, S5chool, East Rettorh ;' C. W. Seoit, Neottinghem. Myrtle Sprinlg Cotllege, Sheilleldl, LONDON GAZETTE, [Froa Late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He-alf of the far-famed Osberton herd of shortborns, the vie property of Mr. Foijambe, was sold on Thursday, at I Scofton Farm, near Worksop, There was a large attend- Sal ance of English, Scotch, and South American buyers, but triu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'gFOOTBALL MATCHRES | EINGiASH CUP TIES, ASTON VILLA. v. TIARWEN. ' These famous teamne, having beeni drawn together in thu sixth roued of thie National Cup clim~etion, mnet at Perry, Bars'to Play- off their tie. The flarwven team this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or 6nmeleston-spoen-1dhle, y of Morton (irange, Little Morton, (Ireal Allrimne, Moe-ton, Appleyhend, Ni i-e-., Hardwick Wood, Workoalp, Masetore, 0sberbon, Itnyton, Scofton nesoe of Chapeol, Harthy, Ordeall, West IRetford,]hablworllc,Gatefurd, Tever- bill Batllh, Derneill, Cearltome Kilton, North Ceerlton Bilby, Baanby, Baruby pro Subscribers-only content

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