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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARLOW, George (1717-56), of Slebech, Pemb.

    BARLOW, George (1717-56), of Slebech, Pemb. Constituency Dates Haverfordwest 13 Dec. 1743 1747 Biography Barlow, nephew to Sir George Barlow, was returned on the Tory interest. No vote of his is recorded. He died 10 Dec. 1756.

    BARLOW, Sir George, 2nd Bt. (c.1680-by 1726), of Slebech, Pemb.

    George, 2nd Bt. (c.1680-by 1726), of Slebech, Pemb. Constituency Dates Cardigan Boroughs 1713 1715 Haverfordwest 4 July 1715 Biography Although their estate in Pembrokeshire had originally consisted of former monastic land, the Barlows of Slebech had remained Catholic well into

    BARLOW, Sir George, 2nd Bt. (d.1726), of Slebech, nr. Haverfordwest, Pemb.

    2nd Bt. (d.1726), of Slebech, nr. Haverfordwest, Pemb. Constituency Dates Cardigan Boroughs 1713 1715 Haverfordwest 4 July 1715 Biography Of a leading South Wales Tory family, Barlow stood unsuccessfully for Pembroke Boroughs in 1715, when his brother John was defeated

    BARLOW, John (d.1718), of Lawrenny, Pemb.

    Held Sheriff, Pemb. 1705. Biography The Barlows of Lawrenny were a junior branch of the Barlows of Slebech. Defeated at Haverfordwest by his Tory kinsman, Sir George Barlow, in 1715, John Barlow was awarded the seat on petition, voting with

    LAUGHARNE, Rowland (c.1607-75), of St. Brides, Pemb.

    Among the rewards for his service was the grant in February 1646 of the forfeited estates of John Barlow of Slebech. In 1648 Laugharne changed sides and supported the royalist revolt in South Wales, with disastrous consequences for himself and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1691, 11-20, 01 July 1691-31 July 1691

    Middleton on account of what is due for furnishing provisions for several of the King's Forces that put into Slebeck [Slebech ] 500 0 0 to ditto more for said Commissioners ( see infra ) 500 0 0 to ditto

    Entry Book, June 1676, 16-30, 01 June 1676-30 June 1676

    of a discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due to the King from John Barlow, Esq., of Slebech, co. Pembroke. Docquet Book , p. 73. Same of same, undated, of a warrant to the Exchequer to discharge

    Charles I - volume 474, Undated 1640, 01 September 1640-31 December 1640

    of the commandery of Slebech, in co. Pembroke, due to his Majesty. Having been informed by James Haughton, deputy to the Surveyor General of South Wales, that there is in the possession of John Barlow, of Slebech, or Wm. Walter Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, January 1679, 21-31, 01 January 1679-31 January 1679

    (purporting the payment of) the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due to the King from Sir Jno. Barlow of Slebech, co. Pembroke. Money Book ( General ) p. 361. Money warrant for 200 l . to John Ramsey as

    Introduction

    with the Earl of Essex an attempt was ma de (p. 92) to throw suspicion upon Mr. John Barlow, of Slebech and Minwere, on Milford Haven, an obstinate, notorious recusant. By whose greatness the Judges of assize of that circuit

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ganddo barch mawr i Mr. Moeylerfel dyn cc fel Cristion. I'r un cyfeiriad hefyd y siaradodd yr offeiriad Scott o Slebech. Ar ol terfynu y gwasanaeth yn y capel aethpwyd tua'r gladdfa perthynol i'r capel. Gweinyddwyd wrth y bedd gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on her Majesty, of a son. O c the 3ist ult. the lady of tce ltev. W. H. Landon, of Slebech, Plembrok shire, uf a daughter (to the 4th inst ?drs C. Wentworth Diike, of a son. Thoma. Hart, beerseller, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to these charges was that his late wife was tenant for life of the Slebech estates, and also of the three perpetual curacies of Newton, Slebech, and Mlinwere; that subsequently to an order of Council of 1844, whereby those perpetual Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Phillimore and 'Dr. Ssaboy for the defendant. The suit was instltuted by the blsbop against Baron de Rutzen, of Slebech Park, near Narberth,' Pembrokeshire, for having in 1844 'desecrated the parish ch'rch of Minwere, by causing it to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robinson Jones, of Brth&i IHall, Esq. PE':BieoyEsrmTE.--Frederick Leopold Saieh Man. teuffel de Rutzen (commonly called Baron krederick do- Rutzen), of Slebech, Esq. I ADNsORBXRE.-Sir John James Walshaa, of KOM Court, near Walton, Bart. GEBI STREET RNMUSTRIAL SCHOOL. To the E1DITORf Subscribers-only content

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