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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Brickhill

    139 He was succeeded in 1855 by his eldest son, Sir Hugh Henry Rose . He was created Lord Strathnairn of Strathnairn and Jhansi in 1866 for his services in the Indian Mutiny, and died unmarried in 1885 . 140

    Parishes Reed

    of her mother Hester Elizabeth Jennings , Reed passed to the Rt. Hon. Hugh Henry Rose , first Lord Strathnairn of Strathnairn and Jhansi, who was descended through his mother from Philip Jennings of Dudleston Hall , co. Salop ,

    Parishes Wallington

    issue in 1871 . 53 In accordance with her mother's will, Wallington then passed to Hugh Henry Rose , Lord Strathnairn of Jhansi, who had distinguished himself in the command of the Central India Field Force during the Sepoy Mutiny.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Syr Thos. Biddulph, a'r f Cadfridog Grey; yn y. trydydd, yr Argliwyddes d Barrington, Ardalyddes Elzy, Is-larll Torrington,ac e Arglwydd Strathnairn; yn y bedwaredd cerbyd- e, | Milwriad Dudley de Ros, Duces Roxburgh, Ardal- , ydd Ailesbury, ac Is-Iarll Sydney. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eastern coast of the Black Sea. I Mr Bovill, the Solicitor-General, has been knighted. Sir Hugh Rose is now Baron Strathnairn of Stratbnairn, in the county of Nairn, and of Jhansi, in the East Indies. On Wednesday evening the Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heads, or crack the whip of torture to provoke premature out- break. We do not believe that Lords Abercorn and Strathnairn are of natures so depraved as to sanction under any circumstances in Ireland resort to Iamaica justice. But we Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    election cost 27,9741. This represents only the legitimate exebnses. - ' inconsequence of the revival of the Fenian 6icifement, Lord Strathnairn has left for Ireland. The Lord-Justice-General MINeill and Sir EHugh Cairnsg' are to be made peers. The Right lHo.on. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half-past six o'clock this morning. They captured eighty-three of the insurgents. The Fenians dispersed in all directions beforetheir approach. Lord Strathnairn 'and the, military force. under his com- mand scoured Tallaght hill and its neighbourlhood, but met with no opposition Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, November 1573, 03 November 1573-25 November 1573

    he was placed in the Queen Regent's government, which was worth one thousand Scottish marks by the year; he had Strathnairn and Cullard of the Laird of Findlater, when Findlater was restored to his living after the death and execution

 

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