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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BITHEWATER, John.

    BITHEWATER, John. Constituency Dates Tavistock Jan. 1390 Biography He was possibly the man who, as John atte Pole, represented Tavistock in the first Parliament of 1388, but otherwise nothing is known of him.

    POLE, John atte.

    POLE, John atte. Constituency Dates Tavistock Feb 1388 Biography Nothing else is known about this MP unless, called John Bithewater*, he represented Tavistock again in the first Parliament of 1390.

    BAKER, Roger.

    BAKER, Roger. Constituency Dates Tavistock 1406 Biography Baker is not mentioned in the surviving records of Tavistock, and although a man of the same name was assessed for alnage on 61 'dozens' sold in Devon in 1394-5 it has not

    WALREDDON (WALRADENE), William, of Tavistock, Devon.

    WALREDDON (WALRADENE), William, of Tavistock, Devon. Constituency Dates Tavistock Sept. 1388 Biography William’s family was associated with Walreddon, a hamlet about one-and-a-half miles south of Tavistock. In 1393 as a tenant of Tavistock abbey he was holding ‘Pufille’ park in

    WHITHAM, John, of Tavistock, Devon.

    WHITHAM, John, of Tavistock, Devon. Constituency Dates Tavistock 1391 Biography The MP’s family name is associated with Whitham, a hamlet on the south-east of the Tavy about one mile from Tavistock parish church. An ancestor of John’s, William Whitham, who

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 3rd June 1833

    saloon, for Mamma gave a dinner. Besides Charles , there dined here the Marquis of Douglas , the Marchioness of Tavistock , the Countess Cowper , the Earl and Countess of Ormelie , Lady Lilford , Lord Russell, Lord and

    Monday 26th June 1837

    after 10. - Version Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 1 1st January 1837-30th September 1837 Volume Page Nos [161]-[163] Featured Names Col: Cavendish Colonel Cavendish Dss of Sutherland Lady Tavistock Pce: Ernest of Hesse Prince Ernest of Hesse Featured Places Tavistock

    Wednesday 6th September 1837

    Featured Names Charles Col: Cavendish Lady Mary Stopford Lady Tavistock Ld Alfred Paget Ld Conyngham Ld Lilford Ld Palmerston The Lord Alfred Paget Lord Conyngham Lord Lilford Ly Mary Stopford Ly Tavistock Miss Cavendish Monarch Mr Rich Mr Spring Rice

    Friday 30th November 1838

    p. 11. - Version Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 5 2nd October 1838-31st December 1838 Volume Page Nos [170] Featured Names Col: Buckley Ld Conyngham Lord Conyngham Lord Tavistock Miss Cavendish Miss Pitt Mrs Bowles Mrs. Bowles Featured Places London Tavistock

    Monday 18th February 1839

    Caroline Lady F Lady Tavistock Ld Glenelg Ld Normanby Ld Tavistock Lord Seymour Lord Tavistock Miss H. Faucit Miss P. Horton Miss Rice Mr. Anderson Mr. Bartley Mr. Elton Mrs. Clifford Mrs. Warner Sir George Grey Featured Places Hollyhead Tavistock

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ile yn Cam- bridgeshire. Ymddengys iddynt wneyd pob I ymdrech i sicrhau ymgeisydd da. Apeliasant at Arglwydd-raglaw y sir, Ardalydd Tavistock, a Mr. Milner Gibson, oand gwrtbododd y naill ar ol y llall eu cydsyniad i ddyfod i'r ymdrech. Mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn rhyw led arwyddo dyfodol disglaer i ganiadaetb y cysegr yn ein hardaloedd. Caunwyd y tonau canlynol :-St. Barnabas, Amsterdam, Tavistock, Newport, Sebastian, Gaerwen, Grafenberg, Cologne, Bethel, Caerllyngoed, Normandy, Bethesda, Ymcstyeg- iad, Salm ii a xliii. Yr cedd y canu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Cad-lywydd. Yn Gorphenaf, 1813, cyn ei fod yn lHawn n ar hugain oed, etholwyd ef yn aelod seneddol dros Tavistock. I Yn y fiwyddyn ddilynol cawn ef yn dechreu siarad yn Nhy y Cyifredin yn erbyn gweithred- iadau y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    others eombing to; LD Iondon that he has opened A PRIVATE EBOARDING :HOUSE Av GWALIA HOUSE, 9, UPPER WOBURN PL:ACE. TAVISTOCK SQUARE, Where they can obtain all home comforts, withexoe ltionally good attendance, at a very reasonable tariff.. The situation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London thathe has opened A PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE AT GWALIA ROUSE, 9, UPPER WOBURN PL CE. TAVISTOCK SQUARE, Where they can obtain all home comforts, with excep- tionally good attendance, at a very reasonable tariff. The situation is central, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Judaism

    . In 1971 fifty families were said to be connected with the synagogue. 70 The Potters Bar Jewish centre, in Tavistock Close, governed by a trust deed of 1966, 71 provides for the advancement of the Jewish religion, the education

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Cranbourne

    Benedictine abbey, afterwards priory, of Horton is generally attributed to Ordgar or Orgar, earl of Devon , the founder of Tavistock , who flourished in the reign of King Edgar and died in the year 971. 1 The account, however,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Abbotsbury

    on 6 October of the same year they were ordered to transfer them to the abbey of Tavistock . 32 The monks of Tavistock appear to have flatly declined to receive the hostages, 33 who consequently remained at Abbotsbury .

    Houses of Benedictine monks Gloucester College , Oxford

    monks, Abingdon two, Malmesbury two, St. Augustine 's, Canterbury , four, Chertsey one, Coventry one, Whitby one, Burton one, and Tavistock one; Chester , Muchelney , Hide, Abbotsbury and Westminster are also mentioned, but the numbers are not given; 11

    Islington Manors Islington Manors c. 1800

    in 1907 -8 it became part of a social club for the Canonbury tenants. 31 It was leased to the Tavistock Repertory Theatre Co . in 1952 and formed its box office and rehearsal rooms in 1983 . 32 The

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1796, 26 April 1796

    Parifh." " An Aft " for making and maintaining a Navigation from Mor- " tvellham Quay, in the Parifh of Tavistock, in the " County ot Devon, to Tamcrton Bridge, in the Parifh " of North Tamerton, in the County Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1819, 27 January 1819

    to enter into a Recogni¬ zance on O'Moore's Appeal. The House being moved, " That Charles HamiL " ton of Tavistock Roiv,Covent Garden, in the County " of Middlesex, Gentleman, may be permitted to " enter into a Recognizance for Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1819, 4 May 1819

    on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the Borough and Neigh¬ bourhood of Tavistock, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; setting forth, " That they earnestly « petition their Lordships in favour of their Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1819, 23 June 1819

    George, London. (30) " W. Brooks, Son of John, London. " John Coles, - - London. " Ralph Carter Cudlip, Tavistock. " Jas. Chane, London. " Rd. Coles, Shipwright, Plymouth. " Rd. Coles, R. N. - Do. " Thos. Coles, Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1823, 14 April 1823

    Aprilis. 611 o Com« jaws: ^ Tavistock a Liverpool: irencester: home: itchling: uke Street lapel, Lam- ith: Measure of Civil Regulation, they beg Leave to suggest <•' in Holy Orders the only Authority in our Reformed that in its Ooeration, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Bedford Lodge

    Square, Tavistock, Devonshire 1791 King's Arms, Market Street, Tavistock, Devonshire 1791 Private Room, St. Matthew's Street, Tavistock, Devonshire 1799 King's Arms, Market Street, Tavistock, Devonshire 1809 Private Room, St. Matthew's Street, Tavistock, Devonshire 1816 Exeter Inn, Lower Back Street, Tavistock,

 

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