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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stonehouse Charities

    the church, £10 to be given in coal and provisions, and £9 used in connexion with the schools. Josiah Greathead Strachan (d. 1892) gave £1,000 for the poor of Cainscross . John Geale Unwins, perpetual curate of Cainscross 1841-93 ,

    Stroud Charities for the poor

    , stock acquired with £1,000 left to the poor of the ecclesiastical parish of the parish church by Josiah Greathead Strachan by will proved 1892, and a benefaction made before 1920 by William Tho mas Sims , were amalgamated to

    Rodborough Economic history

    sold Lodgemore Mill, together with Fromehall Mill below, to Josiah Greathead Strachan who carried on a cloth-making business at the two mills until 1890 when a limited company, Strachan & Co., was formed. 19 The firm formed an association with

    Balliol College

    approximately 150. The admission of the I.C.S. probationers brought about a further increase to about 200. In the judgement of Strachan -Davidson 'a college of 150 men can live and work as a single society. If it goes up to

    Stonehouse Manors and other estates

    Marling , Bt., of Stanley Park . 36 Sir William held it until 1906 when it was sold to Arthur Strachan Winterbotham of Cam , 37 who held it until his death in 1936 . 38 His widow, Caroline, was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t am Genoa, sc yna i Trieste, *gyda llwyth o nwyddau Y o wahanol ddullisu, o dan ofal y Cadben Strachan. n Oddeutu tri o'r gloch boreu dydd Gwener, pan ta L allan i Gaergybi, dechreuodd y gwynt godi, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei ffturfio tuag at r tnaddgu a dwvyn i fyny facegen bychan y Cadben y Strachan, yr bwn a gollodd ei fywyd drwy suddiad y r losetr ('yprians ay dueddau Lleyn yr wythnos ddi- d weddaf, g Yn Bir-minghaam dirwywyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr un ochr, collwyd y cynygiiad o 75 o bleidlesiau-915 yn erbyn. a 140 o bdai. Yn ddian araeth Mr. Strachan Davidson, Balliol. oedd yn Un achos o hyn. Siaradodd yn gryf yn erbyn gan ddangos pa faint my a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. H. O. Thomas, Rhianva, Parkdleld Road Liverpool . - -. .. ..- .. .. .. 5 Mr j Y Strachan, JP., Rhyl .. .. .. .. 6 s , A Ralli, J.P., Moranedd, do . .. 5 5o Rev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    act ofjuAice. ROCHEIORT S-Q9UADRON:;. Mr. CALcRAksr brought forvward his proinised Ymnieis respecting thle squadron ubder the eoesnad of Sir R. Strachan having been under the necessity of uitjuulg Basque Roads from a Vant of provisions, which had givpn the Roctet'ort Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 January 1743, 24 January 1744

    fell Bagnal's Eftate, re¬ ferred to Judges. Bo water's Petition re¬ ferred to Judges. Witham againft Lewis; and Martin againft Strachan : Writs of Error. It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Counfel, at the Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1744, 13 April 1744

    Strachan & al.: their Opinions on a Point of Law, and giving Judge- Writ of Error. mentj -m the caufe upOn a Writ of Error, wherein John Martin, upon the Demife of Thomas TregonweII Efquire, is Plaintiff, and John Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1806, 14 February 1806

    An A£l to enable His Majefty to grant a certain nm y '"' " Annuity to Rear Admiral Sir Richard Strachan Ba- " ronet in Confideratioa of the eminent Services which " he has rendered to His Majefty and the Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1806, 28 February 1806

    Public." 3. " An Act to enable His Majefty to grant a certain " Annuity to Rear Admiral Sir Richard Strachan Ba- " ronet, in Confideratiort of the eminent Services which " he has rendered to His Majefty and the Subscribers-only content

    31 January 1810, 31 January 1810

    Sir Richard " Strachan, dated 13th May i^09. With Two En- '* clofures." 33. *' Letter from Sir Richard Strachan to Mr. Pole, lc dated 21ft May 1809. With Three Enclofures." 34. " Letter from Sir Richard Strachan to Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARNEGIE, Sir James, 5th bt (1799-1849), of Kinnaird Castle, Southesk, Forfar

    grandfather and slowly disencumbered the property of debts contracted in land purchases. He bought for �48,500 the grouse-shooting estate of Strachan, Kincardineshire, and for �9,000 the property of Baldovie, near Montrose.[footnote] In October 1829 Carnegie notified Hume that he intended

    CAMPBELL, Hon. George Pryse (?1792-1858).

    CAMPBELL, Hon. George Pryse (?1792-1858). Constituency Dates Nairnshire 1820 1826 Nairnshire 1830 1831 Ofifces Held Vol. RN 1803, midshipman 1805, lt. 1811, cdr. 1814, capt. 1821, r. adm. (ret.) 1852. Ofifces Held Groom of bedchamber Feb. 1831-June 1837. Biography

    LOWTHER, William, Visct. Lowther (1787-1872).

    LOWTHER, William, Visct. Lowther (1787-1872). Constituency Dates Cockermouth 11 July 1808 Nov. 1813 Westmorland 22 Nov. 1813 311831 Dunwich 2 Feb 1832 81832 Westmorland 1832 8 Sept. 1841 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Nov. 1809-July 1810; commr. Board of

    POLE, Sir Charles Morice, 1st Bt. (1757-1830), of Aldenham Abbey, Herts.

    POLE, Sir Charles Morice, 1st Bt. (1757-1830), of Aldenham Abbey, Herts. Constituency Dates Newark 1802 101806 Plymouth 1806 101818 Ofifces Held Midshipman RN 1772, lt. 1777, cdr. 1778, capt. 1779, r.-adm. 1795; c.-in-c. and gov. Newfoundland 1800-1; v.-adm. 1801;

    POPHAM, Sir Home Riggs (1762-1820), of Titness Park, Berks.

    the select committee on 8 and 12 Feb. and again on 15 Mar. On 19 and 23 Feb. he defended Strachan, the naval commander of the expedition, against Chatham and voted for investigation of the latter’s apologia to the King;

 

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