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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HELDE, John, of Winchelsea, Suss.

    convened at Dover, and in July he attended a Brodhull. He was present at the session of the court of Shepway at which Sir Thomas Erpingham was installed as warden, following his appointment by Henry of Bolingbroke. Helde had a

    SCOTT, Reginald (c.1537-99), of Smeeth and Aldington, Kent.

    Dates New Romney 1589 Ofifces Held Subsidy collector, lathe of Shepway 1586-7. Biography Scott’s local standing was quite sufficient to secure his return for New Romney, though his connexions in the county were excellent, his father being a younger brother

    ELLIS, John I, of New Romney, Kent.

    warden, Sir John Devereux, Romney’s share (£11 2s.3d.) of the present promised him at his inauguration at the court of Shepway; in 1390-1 he was sent to arrange the terms on which Romney was to employ a new common clerk;

    COCK, John I (by 1479-1548/49), of Sandwich, Kent.

    mayor 1511-12, keeper of the chest 1513-15, 1516-18, of the orphans 1526-7, 1533-6; bailiff to Yarmouth 1511; burgess to the Shepway 1536. Biography John Cock doubtless belonged to the family which had furnished four Members for Sandwich between 1429 and

    FLETCHER, Thomas (by 1522-68), of Rye, Suss.

    six jurats chosen to represent Rye at the admission of the new lord warden, William Brooke, 10th Lord Cobham, at Shepway, and in April 1560 he was one of those sent by Rye to a Guestling at Hythe.[footnote]Fletcher made his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the authorities of Dover and Hastings, as to which has the right of the premier seat at the Court of Shepway. Hastings agreed to abide by the decision of the LORD WARDEN of the Cinque Ports, founded on the opinion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adanining.-Apply, C. Hawley, 27, Bridge khmted. Wasall. cR14 RREFHO!D Land, for bouses or nsansfaetories. Cheap, 28. 3d. ,L yard.-iy . Shepway 726 Coetr oa.c6 FREEHOLD Ground Rent: abundantly secoured by property, F near Coventry Road. IFrioe £73&.-Oswald Jeuldns. Curch S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a forward state. In earliest times the ceremony was per- formed on a bill at the west of Hythe, called Shepway, but for some centuries Dover has been found a more con- venient place, and it was there, at Bredenstone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meeting of the Town Council of Dover, on Thursday, the town colerk, Mr. E. Knocker, seesechal of the Court of Shepway, intimated that he had, by desire of that qor-i porationj obtained an interview withEarl GrauvillB4 K.C*., at Walmer Castle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Valuable MACHINERY and PLANT, consiasting F] JL of two shako. willevs; three raxa machines. by Rhoures; tw 'washing machines, by Shepway end Sons; one l54in. scribbler, wt twoewitartofee, nd ickr n, y TornonBrothers; sevea Irnehs f shftig, nlitdrus ed beger,10f Subscribers-only content

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