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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Banbury Manors

    Catherine Ann . 111 Arabella Diana married John Frederick Sackville, Duke of Dorset , and Catherine Ann married George, Lord Strathavon , later Earl of Aboyne . 112 From 1727 the estate had been mortgaged to various members of the


    1647), and his w. Mary, 232 Wm. (d. 1637), 232 Wm. (fl. 1647), 232 fam., 255 Gordon , Geo., Ld. Strathavon , Earl of Aboyne , 46 Gordson , Josias, 71 Gostelow : John (d. by 1679 ), 206 John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Slevene; ,SL.A Stewart, Sir H.... Steiart,,SirMh. S. .. A, tillltisC~lat.,N .'"'" F St. Panl, Sir H. D. C. A Strathavon, Lord. . . N, Strutt, E .......... Stuart. H. V . Sluart, Lord D. C. .. A Stuart, J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. 'Daries, T. H. H. (E.) Stewart, P. M.: c Johtstone, J. J. H. c Denison, W. J. (bkr;) c Strathavon, Loed b Kennedy, T. F. Denmnn SirT. Strutt; B. c Maule, W. R. c Dugdale, D. S. Stuart, Ld. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vehicle to pieces; her ladvskhip had one rib broken, and tire footman his leg broken il two places. PFovidentially Lady Strathavon and Lady Somerville, who rode with, her, escaped with slight bruises. A MAN ROASTED.-Saturday a melanchloly accident occurred on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eoav, if for 300 allowved S ,101t, fntfrsl o 211b extra, Lost five furlongs of B.M. t Mr. . Davisel's Strathavon, by .9trathlcor5.n-Paride, t t ge Bt7th ...............F. ArcherI1~ Si rJ. ~b. AFetysy Dilcount, ii yril, Sat 51b.. ..C. Wood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qurrters. Cannon's Cameliard and ag Royvterer galloped a mile and a quarter; Prudhomme and n, Sav;oyard went a mile. flopper's Strathavon, Star and Garter, be and Rosebud came five furlongs. Gllbert's Springtide galloped A o. mile anad a half; Mazurka Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Historical preface, 1588-99

    p. xix. ] . Perthshire was also divided into the quarters of Stormont, Athol above Isla, Athol below Isla, and Strathavon [Scotland in the Middle Ages, Pref., p. xix. ] . The recommendation of the framers of the First Book

    Index, M-Z

    419, 446. Strang , Dr. John, principal of the University, 337, 353, 424, 426 . Strathaven , vicar of, 59. Strathavon , quarter of Perthshire, 162. Strathblane , lands of, 128. Strathbogie , 407; castle, 165. Strathgryffe (Strathgrif), 523. Streets

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