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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Records in other Record Offices

    of Stourhead 754 Rogers of Raincombe and Newman of North Cadbury 865 Chafyn Grove family 1075 Ushers' Wiltshire Brewery 1641 Chafyn Grove family (addl.) 2210 Sutton Veny estate 2057 Earl of Pembroke 2710 A. J. Coombes (bookseller) ( Stourhead estate)


    force in the 16th and 17th centuries and were gradually succeeded by the Fox-Strangwayses of Redlynch and the Hoares of Stourhead . Political control of the borough of Milborne Port was generally shared from the early 18th century between the

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    Somerset Devon Record Office 123M Petre family of Ingatestone 1148 Acland family of Killerton Dorset Record Office D 16 Glyn MSS. 54 Weld family of Lulworth 124 Fox-Strangways family of Melbury Wiltshire County Record Office 383 Hoare family of Stourhead

    Early Man Bronze Age

    Cockshoot Hill , Wychwood, is compared by Thurnam to one with a small bronze axe inserted in it in the Stourhead collection 16 in Devizes Museum , but the perforation at the middle rather suggests a tanged implement, if indeed

    Glastonbury Parish

    was 'broken down one side' by the 1690s . 354 It was bought in 1736 by Richard Colt Hoare of Stourhead , who funded repairs and a new parapet. It was acquired as part of the Tor by the National

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the 9th-of June will be pftblished, pRINT of the late Mr. CHARLES WARREN, from a Bus by Ajebflts, Esq. Engraved by S. WV. RHYNOLDS.-Size of the Egray- n ches0 b 91 inches Proofs, 11. is.; Prints, los. Gd. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in ENGLAND. By WnILLIAM HAZLITT, WithCatalogu ofthe Pictures in the following Colltiios. National Gallery, Hampton Court, Windsor Castle, Dulitich, Wilton, Stourhead, Longford, Burleigh. Blenheim, and Bodleian, 0loferd An invaluable work: his criticisms on art ate admirable, such as no other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after May 15 71b, twice or 200 SOv3 10 extra. Five furlongs. age ntlb age atlb Laceman .a 9 7 Stourhead .. .. 6 0 Herald .. .... a 810 FIddlestlicks .. .. 3 6 0 Glydene 5 7 71 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gst 91b ........... Giles 3 Stourhead (Goodchild) also ran.-Betting: 13 to 8 on Student, 7 to 2 agst EdWard, 5 to 1 agst Flattery, 100 to 12 agst Stocsr. head.-ilattery made the running, followed by Stourhead for Ihalf the joarney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by Rococo, dam by C by Lowlander- H~arum Scarurn, 3 yrs Master Fenton, 2 y Elaine Becast Sdiou'r, 2 yrs Stourhead, 3 yes C by Silvio-Lady Brouillard, 3 yrs King'o Bounty, 2 yro Cremona, 2 yrn Isabella, 3 yrs (7th3 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOARE, Henry (1705-85), of Stourhead, Wilts.

    (1705-85), of Stourhead, Wilts. Constituency Dates Salisbury 1734 1741 Biography Henry Hoare, an eminent banker known as ‘the magnificent’,[footnote] was a grandson of Sir Richard Hoare, M.P., the founder of Hoare’s bank in Fleet Street, of which Henry himself became

  • * British History Online *

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    Notes on the aldermen, 1701-1838

    the Golden Bottle in Cheapside, grandfather of Sir Richard Hoare (Lord Mayor 1745-6) and ancestor of the Hoares, Baronets of Stourhead. His daughter married Sir Edward Littleton, 3rd Baronet of Pillston. 1704. Sir Charles Thorold. Son of Charles Thorold (Alderman


    statue at Blenheim, and that of King William III. at Bristol; but his chef d' was a Hercules (now at Stourhead), which he compiled from the limbs of the most celebrated boxers. Broughton sat for the arms 58 . William


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