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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent, horse jobber. T. Stephens, Dunntable, Bedfordbsire,aschitect. J. Kidd, Kingotoo-uopn.-HoI1, out of business. T. Carter, Sheffield, corn miller. J. H Shanklin, Liscard, Cheshire, landing waiter. W. H. Lindsey, Great College street, St Pancras, out of basi. ness, W. Whiting, Egremont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place widrin two miles of Shanklin. The letters go no, however, front Ryde to S mndown, beit iom Ryde toNewv port, a disanae of eight miles, and they are thOn one mile farther fiom Shanklin than when ttey starhed from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hants, and setting up for itself-the Wight fbr the Wight- ians ! There will be mobs of a dozen at Shanklin p and Blackgaug, and monster meetings of a SCo of people at Yarmouth and St Helen's and ver very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daily newspapers. Here is a tolerably rich specimen- "1 TYDE and VENTNOR DIRECT RAILWAY 1. COMPANY (via Bradiug, Sandown, and Shanklin). - Preliminary Announcement. - Capital, 120,000, in 12,000 shares ofIXl0 each. Deposit, 1 5s. per share.- (Provisionally registered.) "This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fire off the ITle of Wight, abreast of Shanklin Bay. She was making forthat place of shelter with all speed, and eventually the crew ran the vessel upon the sands at Shanklin, where they immediately abandoned her, as the whole Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shanklin

    for civil purposes: Shanklin , including that part of the parish within the urban district, and East Shanklin , including that part of the parish of Brading in Shanklin urban district. 2 In the following year East Shanklin was further

    Isle of Wight Hundred of East Medine

    ARRETON NEWCHURCH 1 WHIPPINGHAM BINSTEAD NITON WHITWELL BONCHURCH ST. HELENS WOOTTON BRADING 2 ST. LAWRENCE YAVERLAND 3 GODSHILL SHANKLIN The natural division of the Isle of Wight into the hundreds of East and West Medine is of early origin, certainly

    Parishes Bonchurch

    Rev. William Adams . The bells and plate are modern. The registers begin in 1734 and include some entries for Shanklin . The earlier ones were destroyed by fire in 1769 . ADVOWSON The advowson of Bonchurch apparently passed with

    Parishes Newchurch

    East Medine, stretching from sea to sea. On the east it touched the parishes of St. Helens , Brading , Shanklin and Bonchurch ; and on the west those of Binstead , Arreton , Godshill and St. Lawrence . Since

    Parishes Shorwell

    , bart., whose daughter Mrs. Disney Leith now owns it. 56 The manorial rights were retained by the Pophams (see Shanklin ) and are now claimed by Captain Macpherson , R.N., nephew of Miss White . 57 There is apparently

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 July 1834, 3 July 1834

    are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon leading the Petition of the Minister and Inhabitants of the United Parishes of Bonchurch and Shanklin, in the County of Hants, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Withern; Doddington; and Upton upon Severn, 770. — Hound and Bursledon; West Tytherley; South Tidworth; Avington; St. Lawrence; Bonchurch and Shanklin; Burghclere; Upper Clatford; Boldre and Brockenhurst; Herdle; Dummer; Michelmersh; Milford; Lymington; Sherborne St. John ; Overton ; Preston Candover, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Mount, 230. Bishops Stortford Circuit, 210. Blackshawhead, 199. Blakeney 210. Bolam Whalton, and other Places, 230. Bolton-le-Moors 215. Bonchurch and Shanklin, 237. Bonsall, 237. Borleyand Liston, 237. Boston, 189. Boxford, 227. Bradford, Christ Church, 195. Bradford, East Brook, 195. Bradford Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    LORD'S DAY—<?onft»Kec/. 637 Lord's Day: Bills relative to, &c—con/mwed. prfitwrns iw/^wMr—continued. Watermen on Canal/lxxxix. 437. Hurst Green, 258. Huttoft, 256.—Ulsley, East, 237. Inkpen, 237. Islington, 245. Islington, Saint Paul, 237. Iver, 237.—Killinghall, 194. Killington and Beale, 230. Kincardine, 283. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    t^" borough, 482. Blyth,333. Bobbing, 396. Bobbingworth ?&" Boldre and Brockenhurst, 436. Bolsover, 48. Boltha ' t, ' Bonchurch and Shanklin, 538. Boothby Pagnell, 505 p' fj'l^' Graffoe, 538. Borden, 396. 'Borrowden, 531. ' Bos'combe 4~- Bossington with Broughton, 494. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Chine Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Daish's Hotel, High Street, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1881 New Institute, Grange Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1881 Masonic Hall, East Cliff Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Hampshire 1885

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Shanklin

    Place ShanklinShanklin, Hampshire, England Now known as: Shanklin, Isle of Wight, England Queen Victoria often passed through Shanklin when driving round the Isle of Wight, and in July 1852 visited the Mecklenburg Grand Ducal family who were staying in

  • * British History Online * *

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    James II volume 1, November 1685, 01 November 1685-30 November 1685

    the petition of Margaret Morris and Elizabeth Hopkinson, cousins and heiresses to the idiot Bridget, daughter of Edward Dennis, of Shanklin in the Isle of Wight, showing that presently after the late King's death they petitioned for some allowance of Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    Delegates, 440. Sir Thomas, 313. Shafto , Lancelot, 14. [Shakespeare ] , his Love's Labour's Lost to be acted, 415. Shanklin (I.O.W.), 319. Sharpe : D., 162, 166. Mr., 262. Lionel, letters from, 157, 263. Sheffield [Co. York ] Lodge,

    Index, D

    Baron Denny of Waltham 332 mourner at the funeral of Earl of Salisbury, 374 Dennye or Dennis , Thomas, of Shanklin, Isle of Wight his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187 Deolphus , Deo, of Enkhuizen, mariner examined about activities of

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 February 1685-31 December 1685

    , Robert, a rebel Shales , John, Commissary General of provisions for the Army parliamentary candidature of Robert, paper maker Shanklin , Isle of Wight Shannon Castle (and Manor), co. Cork Shariot , , Mrs., pass for Sharp (Sharpe), Edmund, Subscribers-only content

 

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