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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Leigh Economic history

    Caden hill; Church field, Heycroft. The last division was much the smallest and may have included Sturt field for purposes of fallowing. 67 Sturt field in 1581 was said to belong solely to the demesne farm, Holly Court , but

    Parishes Areley Kings

    is a hamlet in the south-west, partly in Astley parish. To the north of Areley Common is a disused windmill. Sturt Farm in the west of the parish near Dick Brook is said to have been for a time the

    Parishes Heckfield

    with the manor by recovery in 1651 . 48 It next passed by sale to the Sturt family, the purchaser probably being Anthony Sturt , who, according to Le Neve , was 'a meal man first, after a commissioner of

    Bladon Economic history

    the Glyme. The rest of the tenants' meadow lay along the Evenlode in South Mead and the Ham or at Sturt meadow at the confluence of the Glyme and the Evenlode . 99 By 1628 there was also a small

    Parishes Aldbourne Aldbourne c. 1838

    1718 Richard sold some of the lands, known as Pickwood farm, to Sir Anthony Sturt . 131 The farm passed from father to son in the Sturt family, to Humphrey (d. 1740), Humphrey (d. 1786), and Humphrey 132 who sold

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STURT, Humphry (?1725-86), of Crichel More, Dorset

    STURT, Humphry (?1725-86), of Crichel More, Dorset Constituency Dates Dorset 1754 1784 Biography Sturt was classed as a Tory: by Dupplin in 1754; in Bute’s list of December 1761; and by Rockingham and Newcastle in 1767. Unconnected with any Administration,

    STURT, Charles (1763-1812), of More Critchell and Brownsea Castle, Dorset.

    STURT, Charles (1763-1812), of More Critchell and Brownsea Castle, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 1784 141802 Ofifces Held Midshipman RN c.1780; capt. Brownsea vols. 1798. Biography Sturt continued to represent Bridport, on the interest established there by his father, until he

    STURT, Anthony (c.1656-1741), of Heckfield, Hants.

    victualling the navy. Sturt and his father clearly prospered under Charles II and James II, but both were turned out of office in March 1689. Thereafter, they seemed to be less active as government financiers, although Sturt continued to make

    STURT, Henry Charles (1795-1866), of Crichel House, Wimborne Minster, Dorset

    family by his paternal grandmother. He lent �1,000 to his cousin Charles Sturt (1795-1869), the Australian explorer, who had saved him from drowning off Weymouth in 1813.[footnote] Sturt, whose politics were indeterminate, made no mark in the House as Member

    STURT (STERTE), Peter, of Exeter, Devon.

    STURT (STERTE), Peter, of Exeter, Devon. Constituency Dates Exeter Feb 1413 Ofifces Held Steward, Exeter Mich. 1400-1, 1403-4, 1410-11; member of the council of 12, 1404-5, 1406-10, 1411-13, 1414-15, 1416-19; mayor 1413-14, 1415-16. Ofifces Held Constable of the Staple,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ryfeddol ar y Game Laws, yR ystod yr a] hon y gwnaed araeth gampus gan Mr. Henry Ger- al ard Sturt, yr aelod dros IDorsetshire. Rhaid gadael yr eisteddiad ar hyn o grybwylliad, a nos Iau hefyd, G gyda dyweyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ia the Downs, has' transmnitted ton tilel n. W;. IV. Pole, a Letter which tie had received.1 friln C apt. Sturt, of his Mtajesty't sloop Skylark, dated tle 25th init. stating, that on tire preceding dav he fih'id captured th,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    behind him a widow, but no family. At the time of his death he was cohabiting with a woman named Sturt, by whom he had two natural children. This person however, who was interested in the document, bad consented that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present Duke of Clarence, and MrSturt, the Mermber of Parliament. They were midship- men togetlerll, and the ;Pritce having insulted Sturt, le, pointing to the stoar ohis breast, said SheIf it was not fol- that bauble which protects yoe, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shot came on the lower deck. It was owing to this that the Genoa had opened her fire again. Lieut. Sturt, of the Genoa, deposed that on the evening after the battle, Captain Dickinson, be heard, went on board the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    Whe- " Sir RicWd Haddock aforefaid, being formerly " fworn, was asked, " What are the Reafons why Mr. " Sturt hath not yet paffed his Ledger, during the Time " of his being Cafliier of the Victualing to the Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1801, 14 April 1801

    Sturt, Jetit™n re" his only Son, an Infant; of Humphrey Aßley Sturt Ef- f^ft0 quire, William Sturt Efquire, Mary Sturt Widow, Tef- tamentary Guardians oi Evelyn Pitfield Sturt, her Son, an Infant, on behalf of the faid Evelyn Pitßeld Subscribers-only content

    Index, 26 October 1693

    to the Eleftion for Abingdon, delivered laft Seflion, to be re-delivered to him, 26 Nov. Strode, Mr. Vide Stockbridge, fupra. Sturt. Vide Convoys, and Navy. Subjed, Committee to prepare Bill to fettle the Succeflion, and eftablifli the Rights of the Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1695, 27 February 1696

    de Petersfeild. Robert Michell, Richard Holt. JBurgus de Newport alias Medena. R. Cotton, H. D. Colt. Burgus de Stockbridge. An. Sturt, John Venables. Burgus de Newtown. Ja. Worsleley, * # Burgus de Christchurch. Cornbury, Wm. Ettricke. Burgus de Lymmington. Jo. Subscribers-only content

    Index, 14 March 1705

    Sturgeon, Terry, and Wife, Petition referred to the Committee on the Bill for refuming Grants, 22 Jan. Vide Supply, infra. Sturt, Antony, Petition referred to the Committee on the Bill for refuming Grants, 22 Jan. Vide Supply, infra. Sudbury Election, Subscribers-only content

 

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