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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Warnford Ruined Building in Warnford Park

    He succeeded to the earldom in 1808 , was created marquis of Clanricarde (peerage of Ireland ) 1825 and Baron Somerhill 1826. He was Under-Secretary for Foreign Affairs 1826-7 , Ambassador at St. Petersburg 1838-40 , Postmaster-General 1846-52 , Lord

    Parishes Sonning with Earley , Woodley and Sandford

    to the manor in 1878 and died in 1896 , when the manor passed to Mr. Osmund Elim d'Avigdor of Somerhill , Tonbridge , Kent , who assumed the name and arms of Goldsmid and is now lord of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fie(alo ie aysd Sele Norfolk Denbigh Ponsonby of Imo- WUioese(Visct. Devonshire Onslow hilly Melbourne) MiARQUISES. Chichester Dover Doudas Cleveland Manvers Somerhill (Chanri- Segcave Hastings Morley carde) Kef'slis (Hcadfert). Westminster VISCOU NTS. Holland Wh-e,(l~w .Wesinmeatls Leinster (Duke of Howden Well es Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tragediian, is about to he united to Miss Sinclair, daughter of Mr Sinclair, the vocalist. -Lords Rladnor, Holland, Brougham, Hatherton, Somerhill, and Duncaunon have signed a protest against the vote of the House of Lords on the University Statutes Bill. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been drawn up against the Income Tax, and signed by Lords Radnor, Zetland, Kinnaird and Rossie, Monteagle of Brandon, Duncannon, Somerhill, Gosford, Campbell, Cloncurry, Clarendon, and Denman. The Dublin Post contains the following announce- ment There has been a distinct Subscribers-only content

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    Dobson, jun., a son of the well-known architect in Newcastle; and Mr T. Sharp, son of a gentleman living in Somerhill terrace, New- castle. All these bodies were recovered at the western end of Hill- gate, a little above the Subscribers-only content

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    occupation thereof by the Baroness), are settled upon the eldest son, the present Baronet, and his male issue; and the Somerhill and other Kent estates are settled upon Mr F. D. Goldsmid, the deceased's only other son, and his male Subscribers-only content

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