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  • * British History Online * *

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    TURNER, William

    Sevenoaks & Tilmanstone (Kent) 1614-44. ?Author) Period of medical practice 1590-1644 Place of birth London (Son of John Turner of London) Date of birth c. 1570 Date of death Apr 1644 Address Oxford 1584-94. Abroad 1594-1604. ?Fetter Lane 1604-14.

    Volume G 244, August 1644, 01 August 1644-31 August 1644

    and lands by the Custom House and at Hogsdon. Tenements in Leadenhall Street. Houses in Newgate Street. Interest in a hous e in Lime Street. Lands in Sevenoaks, Kent. Lands in Essex. Lands in Braystead, Kent. House in Lombard Street. Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, April 1650, 01 April 1650-30 April 1650

    Edw. Bathurst, Horton, worth 700 l . a year,; Farnaby, Sevenoaks, worth 500 l . a year,; Wm. Hart, Lullingston, worth 900 l . a year,; Wm. Hobbs, Erith,; Arnold King, Bromley, worth 300 l . a year,; Maning, Westram, Subscribers-only content

    Roger Whitley's Diary, August 1689, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    had a dish of meate about 12; Mainwaring retorned from Epsom; about 2, we took coach for Tunbridge; lay at Sevenoaks. 24. Satorday, Sir Ben: Newland called at the inne where we lay; had a glasse of wine & a

    Index, S

    914 (1), 919 (3), 928, 961 (1), 971 (1), 984 (3), 1020 (6), 1039, 1040, 1066 (3, 6), 1082 (12). Sevenoaks (Kent), 882 (5). Seville , 1102 (4). -, (Ferdinand de Valdes), Archbishop of, 133 (10). Seymour , Edward, Duke

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Hospitals in Sandwich

    the trustees, and four sisters; and described its property in detail. 62. THE HOSPITAL OF SEVENOAKS Peter de Crouland, vicar of the church of Sevenoaks , had licence 7 on 16 April, 1338 , to grant 100 s . of

    Minchinhampton Manors and other estates

    a fourth part in 1663 . In 1696 Sarah, by then widowed, sold out to the mortgagee Nathaniel Owen of Sevenoaks ( Kent ), mercer, who appears to also have acquired the other shares in the property. Nathaniel died in

    Parishes Limpsfield

    east of Godstone immediately to the north of the main road running east from the latter place through Westerham and Sevenoaks to Maidstone . The oldest part of the village lies along the road leading northwards to Warlingham , which

    Parishes Leamington Hastings

    on trustees and died 8 years later, when his son John succeeded. 24 John's brother, another Humphrey, was killed at Sevenoaks in Jack Cade 's rebellion in 1450 , 25 and Humphrey's sons Humphrey and Thomas were implicated in Lord

    Hitchin Priory church and charities

    1783 , when the priory passed to his eldest sister Penelope, wife of Sir Charles Farnaby, bart., of Kippington near Sevenoaks , who assumed the name of Radcliffe . 13 She died without issue in 1802 . Her sister Anne,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GLANVILLE, William (c.1686-1766), of St. Clere, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent

    of St. Clere, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent Constituency Dates Hythe 22 Feb 1728 19 Oct. 1766 Ofifces Held Commr. of revenue in Ireland, c.1735-47. Biography Returned for Hythe by the Duke of Dorset, Glanville voted regularly with Administration. Little is known

    FERMOR, John (1674-1722), of Sevenoaks, Kent.

    (1674-1722), of Sevenoaks, Kent. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 29 Dec. 1722 Ofifces Held Ensign, Brudenell’s Ft. 1694; capt. Orrery’s Ft. 1706, maj. 1707; maj. 3 Ft. 1709; adjutant-gen. in Spain 1711; brevet-col. 1711; lt.-gov. Port Mahon. Minorca 1711; half pay 1713;

    EVELYN, William (?1734-1813), of St. Clere, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent

    of St. Clere, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent Constituency Dates Hythe 1768 1802 Biography In 1766, when the newly appointed lord warden of the Cinque Ports, Lord Holdernesse, was searching for a suitable candidate to oppose the Sackville interest at Hythe at

    SEVENOAK, William (d.1432), of London.

    King’s works at Isleworth, Mdx. 2 June 1426. Biography The legend that William Sevenoak was abandoned in the streets of Sevenoaks as an infant and rose from extreme poverty to become one of London’s leading citizens appears to have grown

    PRATT, John (c.1685-1770), of Wildernesse, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent.

    of Wildernesse, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent. Constituency Dates Sandwich 1741 81747 Biography Descended from an old Devonshire family, who had lost their estates in the Civil War, Pratt inherited Wildernesse, bought by his father in 1705. Returned for Sandwich in 1741

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i effaitah y drwgdsimlad ta achoswy~d yr adeg hono. Y dydd o'r blaen, cafwyd corff crwydrYn Mewn gardd hops gerIlaw Sevenoaks, ac oddiwrth yr olwg r oedd arno credir mai ei lofruddio a gafodd, a ehaiwyd hysbysrwydd fad nifer a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is it ?' I said, ' Am I to go any where?' It continued painting. 'Where shall I go ?-To Sevenoaks I'-It still Pointed.-' To Douglas ?'-It began beckoning. I Well,' said I, I'11 go -I'l gro to him directly-I'll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for keeping him any longer in durance. COU.'NTRY NOTES. Mr Hlume presented a petition from Willianm Martin, a grocer, at Sevenoaks, svlwo stated that lie bad tendered '2S one pound country notes to the banker at Sevenolks, by whom they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whulesales at their Manafactory, Brunswickl place, City road, near the uarpike; atrd Retail throughout the Britsh Empire. BASSEL'S GREEN, NEAR SEVENOAKS, KENT. BE LET, FURNIS E1D, the whole or part of a HOUSE, consisting of two parlours, a large back Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 93. At Croosmolina, Mayo, C. Stock, Esq., eon of the late B. ishop, of Waterford. At Oak Bank, nsear Sevenoaks, the Right Hon. Cather iste Ann, Countess of Aboyne, aged Ill. The Rev. W. Howels, Minister of the Episcopal Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (A): 84 Lodge Number (A2): B Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Meeting Places Chequers Tavern, High Street and London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent 1806

    Knole Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Rooms, Literary Institute, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent 1872 Royall Crown Hotel, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent 1879 Old Assembly Rooms, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent 1883 St. Nicholas Parish Room, London Road, Sevenoaks, Kent 1885

    Fiennes Cornwallis Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , 119A St. John’s Hill , Sevenoaks, Kent , England 1988

    Chelsfield Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Knole Temple, 36 High Street, Sevenoaks, Kent, England 1946 Masonic Temple, Cromwell Avenue, Bromley, Kent, England 1951 Masonic Hall, 119a St. John's Hill, Sevenoaks, Kent, England 1979

    St. Edmund Lodge

    Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , 119 A, St. John's Hill , Sevenoaks, Kent , England 1963 Masonic Hall , St. Mary's Road , Wrotham, Kent , England 2009

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 February 1740, 24 February 1741

    enlarging the Terms and Powers granted by Twc K " Afts of Parliament, for repairing the Roads leading ' from Sevenoaks to Woodsgate and Tunbridge Wells, and from Woodsgate to Kippings Crofs, in the County of Kent; and alfo for Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1740, 12 March 1741

    for enlarging the " Terms and Powers granted by Two Afts of Parliament, " for repairing the Roads leading from Sevenoaks to " Woodsgate and Tunbridge Wells, and from Woodsgate " to Kippings Crofs, in the County of Kent; and Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1740, 18 March 1741

    " enlarging the Terms and Powers granted by Two " Afts of Parliament, for repairing the Roads leading " from Sevenoaks to Wood/gate and Tunbridge Wells, l< and from Woodfgate to Kippings Crofs, in the County " of Kent; and Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1740, 21 March 1741

    for enlarging the Terms and Powers " granted by Two Afts of Parliament, for repairing <c the Roads leading from Sevenoaks to Woodsgate and " Tunbridge Wells, and from Woodsgate to Kippings Crofs, " in the County of Kent; and Subscribers-only content

    1 February 1748, 1 February 1749

    of Farnbo- " rough, in the County of Kent, to a Place called River- " hill, in the Parifli of Sevenoaks, in the faid County;" to which, they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. sBill. " The faid Bill was Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 29th January 1835

    at Battle , then at Stony Crouch , then at Woodgate , which was quite near dear Turnbridge, then at Sevenoaks , and lastly at Bromley . We reached Kensington Palace at 5. My room is very prettily newly papered,

    Thursday 29th January 1835

    at Battle , then at Stony Crouch , then at Woodgate , which was quite near dear Turnbridge, then at Sevenoaks , and lastly at Bromley . We reached Kensington Palace at 5. My room is very prettily newly papered,

    Tuesday 1st September 1835

    and several others were at our door to wish us good-bye. We changed horses 1st at Tunbridge Town, then at Sevenoaks , and lastly at Bromley . We reached Kensington Palace at 2. At a ¼ past 2 we lunched.

    Tuesday 1st September 1835

    and several others were at our door to wish us good-bye. We changed horses 1st at Tunbridge Town, then at Sevenoaks , and lastly at Bromley . We reached Kensington Palace at 2. At a ¼ past 2 we lunched.

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

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    CP.H.2659

    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Horton in Rbblesdale (Horton in Ribblesdale) : ecclesiastical parish Location: London : city Place(s): LondonChancery Lane (Chancerye Lane, Chancery Lane, Chauncery Lane) : street name Location: Sevenoaks (Kent) Place(s): Bradbury (Bradburie) : undefined Sevenoaks (Sevnocks) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.4602

    Tatham (Lancashire) Place(s): Tatham (Tatham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Chester (Cestren) : diocese Location: Sevenoaks (Kent) Place(s): Bradbourne (Bradborne) : hamlet Location: Sevenoaks (Kent) Place(s): Sevenoaks (Sevenocke, Seavenocke) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kent Location: Horton In Ribblesdale (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Fawber

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    will at your request forward without expense to the parties whose address you may forward to - EOBERT OWEN . Sevenoaks , March 10th, 1857 . ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON , METROPOLITAN BOROUGHS, AND OF Subscribers-only content

    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    the present false, superstitions, repulsive, and wicked system, every advantage of position over the new proposed system. ROBERT OWEN . Sevenoaks , 16th March, 1857 . ADDRESS TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON , THE METROPOLITAN BOROUGHS, AND Subscribers-only content

    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    youi selves, and trust the desire to serve you, of your experienced, practical, disinterested friend, ROBERT OWEN . Sevenoaks Park , Sevenoaks , March 17th, 1857 . ADDRESS TO THE INDEPENDANT ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON . Gentlemen,- I Subscribers-only content

    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    yet must continue in practice. I cannot therefore expend for the public more of those funds which at my death will rightfully and legally belong to my children. ROBERT OWEN . Sevenoaks Park , Sevenoaks , March 18th, 1857 . Subscribers-only content

    Election addresses, etc., 1857

    harmony, perpetually increasing in attractive feelings, wisdom, and happiness;-- with much more, too extensive for an advertisement. ] Sevenoaks Park , Sevenoaks , 23rd March, 1857 . TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF LONDON . Gentlemen, I promised that Subscribers-only content

 

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