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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Theale Introduction and map

    in the reign of Edward I , 3 at which date Southcote , Trunkwell and 'Herdrugge' (? Hartridge in Ashampstead ) were also members. 4 'Hartrugge,' Beech Hill and Southcote were still in the hundred in 1587 . 5 In

    Ruislip Manors and other estates

    of Southcote and Ruislip which had been held by both John de Southcote and his mother. 95 The instrument implies a distinction between the Harmondsworth properties, called Southcote , and those lands lying in Ruislip . The manors called Southcote

    Parishes Stone

    held at the time of the Domesday Survey 1 virgate and 6 acres of land in Southcote . 62 This has been identified with SOUTHCOTE in Stone , though the name is now lost. Before the Conquest the land belonged

    Brewham Lodge

    the estate was bought from the mortgagee by John Southcote . By will dated 1775 John left it in trust for his brother Thomas and Thomas's children. 1 In 1817 Edmund Southcote sold the estate to Sir Richard Colt Hoare

    The borough of Reading Manors

    descendant in the male line, Mr. Henry Barry Blagrave of Calcot Park (q.v.), now owns the Southcote property. Guard-house, Southcote Manor , Reading Southcote Manor is a two-storied brick house, mainly of the first half of the 17th century, much

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOUTHCOTE, Thomas (c.1622-64), of Buckland Tout Saints, Devon.

    SOUTHCOTE, Thomas (c.1622-64), of Buckland Tout Saints, Devon. Constituency Dates Dartmouth 1661 6 Apr. 1664 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Devon 1657, Aug. 1660-d., j.p. 1657-d., dep. lt. 1661-d., commr. for corporations 1662-3. Biography Southcote could trace his ancestry in

    SOUTHCOTE, George (1572-1638), of Shillingford, Devon.

    SOUTHCOTE, George (1572-1638), of Shillingford, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Devon 1604, sheriff 1616. Biography Though a younger son Southcote inherited from his father the manors of Shillingford, Stoke Fleming, Townstall and Withycombe, all near Dartmouth,

    SOUTHCOTE, John II (1510/11-85), of London and Witham, Essex.

    whose servant Thomas Gravesend was Southcote’s fellow-Member in the spring. Southcote did not oppose the initial measures to restore Catholicism passed during Mary’s first Parliament.[footnote]Southcote was probably the John Southcote of Bodmin who in 1544 helped Tregonwell to buy and

    SOUTHCOTE, John I (by 1504-56), of Bovey Tracey, Devon.

    Southcote was one of the pair originally chosen by the town on that occasion, the occurrence of a similar replacement there in the autumn of 1553, when the original name was obliterated in favour of Christopher Dauntesey’s, suggests that

    SOUTHCOTE, Thomas (by 1528-1600), of Shillingford St. George and Bovey Tracey, Devon.

    the borough of Dartmouth, where Southcote also held other property and this may have encouraged him to seek a parliamentary seat there in 1559, no doubt with the approval of the 2nd Earl of Bedford. Southcote never sat again, though

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'the Larh- lit taketh away the sins of the world, we ought also to worship the' lis b"u' M Mother Southcote gained more followers in three years than the Clitistian religion had in three hundred." Defendant cross-examined this witness :-What Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In like manner, a great dragon-" the wickedness of this world"-had stood ready to devour the celestial child of Johanna Southcote, but it was born in secret, and conveyed to a place of safety by supernatural agency, where it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    constitution of his mind, as inferred from his past political career; and with these regards we accounted it a Johanna Southcote cease, and looked for tympany rather than a Shiloh bringin& peace to a distacted nation. The King's speech, however, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. LONDON, AUGUST 11, 1833. Whatever may come of the intimated yielding of Ministers as to the Assessed Taxes, it must be a shock to their teacher in the Edinburgh Review, who had just counselled them, in this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    delivered an oration in favour of St. Simonianism, after which a female Southeotian addressed the meeting in praise of Johanna Southcote and her writings. Another meeting was announced for that night fortnight. A collection was made at the doors, and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 December 1751, 16 December 1751

    that the Lords have agreed to the faid Bill, without any Amendment. i it- Upon reading the Petition of Philip Southcote Efquire,Southcote's for and on the'Behalf of himfelf and of Thomas South-f"^"t0" cote Efquire, his Brother, a Lunatick, of whofe Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1751, 27 January 1752

    Argyll. D. Portland. After reading, and confidering, the Report of the Judges to whom was referred the Petition of Philip Southcote Efquire; praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill: It is Ordered, That Leave be given to bring in Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1751, 28 January 1752

    2* vice leSia eft Billa, intituled, " Ah Aft to Sotit xe empower the Committee or Committees of ThomasBl11" «' Southcote Efquire, a Lunatick, for the Time being, (i to make Leafes and Copyhold Grants of his Eftates, " in Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1751, 11 February 1752

    Journals of the Hoiife of Lords. A. 1752. Adjourn. Then Mr; Evans, Counfel for the Bill, was heard, in order to make out the Allegations thereof; and called Samuel Swift; who, being fworn, proved the Mar¬ riage of the Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1751, 14 February 1752

    5n rs Com> Bill. Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 649 *' were found to be true; and that the Committee " had gone through the Bill, and direfted him to re- " port the fame to Subscribers-only content

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