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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEEDHAM, Robert (c.1565-1631), of Shavington, Salop.

    (c.1565-1631), of Shavington, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1593 Shropshire 1604 Ofifces Held J.p. Salop by 1596, dep. Lt. 1600, sheriff 1606-7; member, council in marches of Wales 1609, vice-pres. 1614. Biography As a young man, Needham held several commands in

    HOUGH, Ralph, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs.

    for the prior of Trentham. If, as seems likely, he was a kinsman of Hugh Hough (d. by 1386) of Shavington in Cheshire, then he and Thickness must have been related by marriage, perhaps even being brothers-in-law. At all events,

    THICKNESS, William (d.c.1403), of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs.

    about 1378 they began what was probably a collusive lawsuit for custody of the four messuages and extensive farmland in Shavington which formed part of the dower properties settled upon Thickness’s wife by her first husband, Hugh Hough; and much

    NEEDHAM, Hon. Francis Jack (1787-1880), of Mourne Park, nr. Newry, co. Down

    Down 1828-9. Biography Despite their Irish title, the Needhams, originally from Cheshire, continued to reside largely in England, mostly at Shavington, Shropshire. In 1806 the 11th Viscount Kilmorey, this Member's uncle, inherited the Newry estates of the family's junior branch,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mincing lane. wise and spirit merchant-S. Breckels, Highi street, Southwark, bedstead maker-H. Sutton, Newark, Nortinghamsohire, ntercer-J. Stobbs, Birminghman, hatter-i. Robinsoin, Shavington cum Grettty, Cheehire, cheese factor-H. S. Knowles, Moalhsmnear llminster, Sonrersetshire, silk tbrowster-J. Cranston, Ringgwood, Southampton, uphol- SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    li ttrlc and Pertshore Cress 1eads (at 121. WItSN's- , Sea W. W. (at 11).-Friday, January 4, Gredington; Saturday, 5, Shavington. ' -_ -------- DiannE OF MIS. R. -oWEMrrr--Ttis wvell-i-an n 9sports- mlan died at his rtsidonoe, Woedbororn-,,,l T)Lhsor, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, Monkop- e ton ; Friday, 20, The Woodlands (breakfatl). X Woeczsrar.sitrstE (at 114-This day, December 18, Broad- jf heath; Fridav, 20, Lvgon Arms, Feckenhiam. Wears's, Sin %Y. W. (at 11.5)-Friday, December 20, Overton Bridge; Saturday, 21, Shavington (at 11). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arms ; Saturday. 28, ait Witley Court (at 12). 2,1 Wa-sue's, Sir& W. W. (at 10.34-This day, December 21, ~i7 Shavington (at nii; Monday, 23, Bettisfield; Tuesday, 24. us- Weishamapton; Friday, 27, Broughton ; Saturday, 2A Broughal I Smithy. _ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, near Whitchnrch, met with a serious accident. The meet was at Shavington, and there was a large field. In the afternoon a fox was found at Shavington, and during a fast run in thelocality of Ash Acres a cart- Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1813, 2 March 1813

    prefented his Petition to their Lordfhips, wherein, §? after fhortly ftating his Defcent from Sir Robert Need- '• ham of Shavington, in the County of Salop, Knight, " Firft Vifcount Killmorey, the Petitioner claimed as " eldeft furviving Son and Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1821, 14 May 1821

    Parliament of the United " Kingdom:" That the said Robert Lord Viscount " Kilmorey died at the Family Seat at Shavington, in the " County of Salop, on or about the 30th Day of November " 1818, unmarried and without Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    62. — Hinckley; Salhouse ; Branston ; Andover; Morley; Cran¬ brook ; Barnby Moor; Bulwell; Babcary; Wilmslow; Shotswell; Wybunbury and Shavington; Bramcote; Aber¬ gavenny ; Middlestown; Wootton; Newport; Kingswin- ford; Snape ; Sewerby; Wells Road Chapel, Bath; Baldhu; Scotton; Longton; Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1833, 22 February 1833

    and Morne, in Ireland : " That the said Francis Earl of Kilmorey died at his " Family Seat of Shavington, in the County of Salop, on ••• the 21st Day of November 1832, leaving the Petitioner " his eldest Subscribers-only content

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

    Salem Chapel, 445. Shaftesbury, 53, p. 445. Shaftesbury, Bell Street Chapel, 175. Shafton Chapel, 35. Shap, 105. Sharnbrook, 106, p. Shavington, 175. Shaw, 74. Shaw Mill, 56. Shawell, 163. Sherberton, 454. Sheepridge, 444. Sheepshead and Belton, 435. Sheepwash, 454. Sheerness, Subscribers-only content

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