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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DRAKE, William (1723-96), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.

    (1723-96), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 26 Feb 1746 1796 Biography Drake succeeded as a child to estates carrying a controlling interest at Amersham, for which he was returned at the first opportunity after coming of age.

    DRAKE, William I (1723-96), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.

    I (1723-96), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 26 Feb 1746 91796 Biography Drake, who again returned himself for the family pocket borough in 1790, presumably continued to give general support to government. It seems likely that he

    DRAKE, Montague Garrard (1692-1728), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.

    DRAKE, Montague Garrard (1692-1728), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 1713 1722 Buckinghamshire 1722 1727 Amersham 1727 26 Apr. 1728 Biography The Drakes acquired Shardeloes by marriage in 1626 and the manor of Amersham by purchase in 1637.[footnote]

    DRAKE, Montagu Garrard (1692-1728), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.

    Garrard (1692-1728), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 1713 1722 Buckinghamshire 1722 1727 Amersham 1727 26 Apr. 1728 Ofifces Held Master, chirographer’s office in c.p. 1698–d. Biography Drake benefited from the private Act passed in 1707 to dispose

    DRAKE, Sir William (c.1651-90), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks.

    William (c.1651-90), of Shardeloes, nr. Amersham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Amersham 6 Nov. 1669 July 1679 Amersham 18 Dec. 1680 Mar. 1681 Amersham 1685 1687 Amersham 1689 Sept. 1690 Biography Drake was re-elected unopposed in 1690 for Amersham, where he was

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Burnham Amersham

    park of Shardeloes , where it is artificially widened into a lake of about 40 acres. At the head of the lawn sloping to the water stands Shardeloes House , the seat of Mr. W. W. Tyrwhitt -Drake. Shardeloes is

    Parishes Little Missenden

    Joan, 73 between whom the manor was divided. In 1632, however, Katharine conveyed her moiety to William Drake 74 of Shardeloes and Amersham , in whose family it has descended, and is now possessed by Mr. Tyrwhitt Drake of Amersham

    Greenford Schools

    Bk. 1784-1885 . Ibid. Educ. in Ealing , 1877-1945 (copy in Ealing Libr.), 13. Ex inf. Ealing Borough Educ. Office. Shardeloes Papers , ed. Eland, 115; Guildhall, Wakefield V/GRE. See pp. 211, 216. Ealing Libr., letter from G. H. Glasse

    Schools Harrow School Harrow School

    Ogilvie , English Public Schools , 107; Bryant, Harrow , 28; V.C.H. Bucks . ii. 200. G. E. Eland , Shardeloes Papers , 76; M. E. Ingram , Leaves from a Family Tree , 87. Laborde, Harrow Sch . 43;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 Anr..rvsLs.--Lucicnnes, Pinchbeck, Hag, Comnmission, Dcs- shapst, Tottenlam, usher Lad, Royal Prince, Tally-ho, Ps1in Singer, Safely, Pride of Waltham, Imago, Shardeloes, Pet, Polly lHiarden, Rebus, Horsceint, Gipsy Ann, Vaughan, The Sard, Old Sootch, Her Grsmec, TKeraunos, Lobster, Carpenter, In- firni-y, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    early hour en Monday ornoing three burglars entered a large house at the corner of Lewisham B it-, Road and Shardeloes Re ad, -New Cross. Being dis- turbed by the police, the thieves loft the premises and scaled a garden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Again, Laceman, tangis~lagte, Lady Kingsbury, Lustre, Mutual Consent, Mahatajah, lNuthrown, Sagacity, Trixie, Weetwind, end Patti IL. fALL Woxcx-srsa E.sGaoseerxecrs,-Plevna filly, Shardeloes, and hAtchl GOOD WOOD MEETING. ACCEPTANCES FOR THE COODWOOD STAKES. ape St lb age St lb Ringmaster - .a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a week. The Old ierkeley country is divided, the west side being under the joint masterohip of Mr. Drake, of Shardeloes, and Captain Tyrwhitt Drakre; while a committee will manage the eastern division, the Earl of Clarendon being field- master. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a, length and a half; half a length separated second and third. Lyddington was fourth, Mlaid-of-all- Wor fifth and Shardeloes last.-The winnerwane sold, ht M r. Goodman purchased Seamner for 30gs. The, MAIDEN PLATrE of 100gs. About six furlongs. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of places

    co. Middlesex, 182, 186. Shackerstone , co. Leicester, 306. Shamblehurst , c. Hampshi e, 275, 277. Shambles , 113 114. Shardeloes , co. Bucks, 11. Shawell , co. Leicester, 332. Shed , The, Fleet Bridge, 11 12. Shenfield , co.

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