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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lichfield Parliamentary representation

    allied himself in government with the Whigs. His new allies in Staffordshire were Admiral Lord Anson and Thomas Anson of Shugborough , and together they determined to take control of Lichfield from the corporation and the neighbouring gentry. 30 In

    Parishes Acton Trussell and Bednall

    John who appears as sole lord in 1591 . 47 By 1658 this manor was held by William Anson of Shugborough 48 and has descended in that family, 49 the Earl of Lichfield holding such manorial rights as still existed

    Kibworth

    legitimate issue the manor escheated to the queen. 50 In 1610 it was granted to Sir Augustine Nicholls , Anthony Shugborough , and John Smith . 51 The descent after that time is not clear. The manor was acquired by

    East Cuttlestone hundred (eastern division) Baswich or Berkswich Hundred of Cuttlestone

    early 19th century. In the extreme north-east corner of the parish are twin lodges at one of the entrances to Shugborough Park . These were designed by Samuel Wyatt c . 1800 and are contemporary with the diversion of the

    Index K-Z

    Shirley , John, Ralph, Shore , Mic., Short , Dr. T., Shrewsbury , Earl of, see Chetwynd-Talbot, Talbot Shropshire , Shugborough , Ant., Shuter , Revd. Pet., Shuttlewood , John, Shuttleworth , Revd. Barton , Hen., John, Mary, Rob., fam.,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 24th October 1832

    at Shugborough , the place of Lord Lichfield . I and Lehzen dined alone in Mamma's sitting-room. I stayed up till ½ past 8. I was soon in bed and asleep. Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version Shugborough

    Wednesday 24th October 1832

    our carriage. We lassed through Lord Bagot 's part on our way. At about ½ past 5 we arrived at Shugborough , the place of Lord Lichfield . I and Lehzen dined alone in Mamma's sitting-room. I stayed up till

    Saturday 27th October 1832

    horses. The horses were sent from Stafford here. I forgot to mention that the Staffordshire yeomanry goes with us since Shugborough , and that Mr.Vernon himself rides near my side. At about ½ past 1 we arrived at Newport where

    Saturday 27th October 1832

    horses. The horses were sent from Stafford here. I forgot to mention that the Staffordshire yeomanry goes with us since Shugborough , and that Mr.Vernon himself rides near my side. At about ½ past 1 we arrived at Newport where

    Monday 12th February 1838

    , a Painter; of Rannton, Lord Lichfield 's hunting-box, where Lord Melbourne has been once or twice, but never at Shugborough . Told him I had told Lehzen what he had said about the Germans and light hair, and that

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ANSON, Thomas (1767-1818), of Shugborough, Staffs.

    (1767-1818), of Shugborough, Staffs. Constituency Dates Lichfield 5 Dec. 1789 17 Feb 1806 Biography Anson sat on the family interest unopposed. Pitt supposed that he would be a Whig like his father and would have been content to challenge his

    ADAMS, George (1731-89), of Sambrook, Salop, and Shugborough, Staffs.

    of Sambrook, Salop, and Shugborough, Staffs. Constituency Dates Saltash 1761 1768 Lichfield 31 Jan. 1770 27 Oct. 1789 Biography Adams was returned for Saltash in 1761 through the influence of his uncle Lord Anson, then first lord of the Admiralty.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Queen Dowager is now indisposed ather residence at Sudbury. It is reported that her Majesty is in treaty for Shugborough hall, near Lichfield, the seat of the Earl of Lichfield. The Earl of Rosse met with a serious accident Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Friday, 7, Bangor ; Saturday, 8, Carden. STsFFoRDsHIssE, SOI1TI (at 11).-Tuesday, November 4, Bas. sett's Pole; triday, 7, Stafford Lodge. Shugborough. WOODLAND AND P'vrCoULEY (at 10.30).-Saturday, November 1, Burton Latinser Hall. RIG31 PEcAK AttISSESUs(at 12).-Saturlay, November 1, Liton; Tuesday, 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RAneortnsons AND WESTr stnrus; (at ltt.-rc~ day, Noovember 7, IDor3tone. SirTs'FoDsr1re, Sou0ri (at 11).-This day, Novenlber 7, S'.Jf ford Lodge, Shugborough. SunorsnrsRu (at 10.45).-This day, November7, AMcliam PtiTN!r (at 11.45); londay, 10, Ellerton Hall ; Wedneslay, 12, Pitehfhrl Village; Friday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..............0 O Bleodstone .130 Irishlan .57 Wimbledon, ... .. 120 F riend Ned .65 Seine pointers and retrievers from the Shugborough kennels were sold as follows:- POINTERS, Ben, 5 years old, by Lord Derby's Balig, dam Lord l)erby's es. Lass Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    months' hard labour. STAFFORD. TiEFT AT TiE STABLES, StuGnoROouss HALL.-A young man named Franks, formerly helper at the stables at Shugborough, and who was remanded last week on a charge of stealing £28., the moneys of a groomt, named Barker, Subscribers-only content

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