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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cheshunt

    the descent of the manor of Theobalds , with which it is now held. 69 The house, a mid-Victorian stuccoed building, is the residence of Mr. F. G. Debenham . Theobalds The manor of THEOBALDS is first mentioned in 1441

    Parishes Hatfield

    James I . 25 James , however, in the same year visited the Earl of Salisbury at his manor of Theobalds , and was so pleased with it that he entered into negotiations with the earl for the exchange of

    Sport, ancient and modern Racing

    were first established in the reign of James I , and one of the earliest of these was held at Theobalds in Enfield Chase , the prize being a golden bell, and it was not till after the Restoration, when

    Sport, ancient and modern Introduction

    guilty of a similar offence. 57 The inclosure of 500 acres of the Chase in Theobalds Park was made by James I . That Theobalds continued, however, for some years after to be regarded as still part of the Chase

    Parishes Wivelsfield PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER & ST. JOHN the BAPTIST WIVESFIELD

    two eastern porches are apparently modern, but over one is said to be a board with 1626 studded in nails. Theobalds , farther south, has a doorway similarly dated 1627, but the house chiefly shows 18th-century brick and a roof

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CECIL, James, Visct. Cranborne (1646-83), of Hatfield, Herts.

    Elizabethan statesman. His great-grandfather, the 1st Earl of Salisbury, acquired the royal manor of Hatfield in 1607 in exchange for Theobalds, and this became the principal seat of the family. Cranborne’s father supported Parliament in the Civil War as MP

    MACLEOD, Alexander (c.1715-90), of Harris, Inverness and Theobalds, Herts.

    of Harris, Inverness and Theobalds, Herts. Constituency Dates Honiton 1780 27 Mar. 1781 Biography Alexander Macleod joined the naval service of the East India Company, and in 1756 was captain of the Marlborough, which accompanied the expedition under Clive and

    DACRES, George (c.1533-80), of Cheshunt, Herts.

    his father died. Dacres bequeathed a horse - ‘the simple gift of a poor friend’-to Lord Burghley, whose house at Theobalds was near Cheshunt. Two Hertfordshire ladies received ‘enough velvet to make a kirtle’. A codicil, dictated from his deathbed,

    GILBERT, Adrian (c.1541-1628), of Sandridge, Dartmouth, Devon.

    farmer, and, especially, as a landscape gardener. In 1602 he was employed by Cecil to construct a water course at Theobalds, a project Gilbert discussed in half a dozen lengthy and humorous letters. It is possible that after this date

    PRESCOTT, George (c.1711-90), of Theobalds Park, Herts.

    (c.1711-90), of Theobalds Park, Herts. Constituency Dates Stockbridge 1761 1768 Milborne Port 22 May 1772 1774 Biography The Gentleman’s Magazine (1790, pp. 377-8) wrote in Prescott’s obituary:Mr. Prescott was descended from an ancient Cheshire family. His father was an eminent

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solicitors, Messrs Holme and Co. New inn. C. Scott, Constentine, Cornwall, scrivener. Solicitors, Messrs Cardale .and Co. Gray's inn. l Theobalds, Cambridge, carpenter. Solicitors, Messrs Smith, Hatton garden. J. Jackson, jun. Ilketson, Derbyshire, repe-maker. Solicitors, Messrs Paterson and Ped, Old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took place, but the proceedings are uninter- esting.' - It is a fact worthy of notice, that the estate of Theobalds which was granted by Charles 11 to General Monk, for his service at the Restoration, has descended by intermarriages Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    procured the alienation of the manor, hnd James I. exchanged it with Sir Robert Cecil, afterwards Earl of Salisbury, for Theobalds; and on the site of the ancient episcopal palace that illustrious statesman built the magnificent seat, part of which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bart, Chairman of the London and Birming' haor Extensian. Sir William Bacon Johnston, Bart, Hilton, Aberdeenshire. Sir GeosgesWilliarn Psescott, Bart, Theobalds, Herts, Director of the Chester and Manclhester Direct Railray. Sir William Hvde Pearson, Bart. Hanover square. Sir John Key, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    except to show the frantic and impotent anger of the passionate old king. He came up in his coach from Theobalds, got together a privy council and six of the judges who happened to be in town, sent for the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    The Special Report from the Committee appointed to Inquire into, and Examine the several Subscriptions for Fisheries, Insurance, Annuities for Lives, and all other Projects carryed on by Subscription,..., 1 August 1719

    Anthony Story, //a*2/SW. ' 46 Rob. Garbrand, //aciwey 48 Wm. Taylor, iW-„jfcr «**- yo Ar. Guliher, £aei/>r/fory * j 2 Theobalds awa-Stiles, Zawzfo^ H James Atk.nfon ^o/fo.fo^.^ 56 Tho. Lane, Bezfoe//-Greew y8 Jonath Perrie, Bz7/z/,r/./^e 60 Sam. Rayfon, A«^/Vr^ S Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1729, 19 April 1729

    this Bill fhali »• pals I1' It was Refolved in the Affirmative. " Widow is Appellant, and Peter and foJefS Theobalds " are Refpondents:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Counfel, at the Bar, Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1729, 17 March 1730

    Landav. att's age t. ;. with it. King's An- fwer to Ad¬ drefs for Articles of War, &c. Boval tierjus Theobalds. Orders or Decree» affirmed. Ds. King, Cancel- larius. Ds. Trevor, Cuftos Privati Sigilli. Dux Richmond. Dux Beaufort. Dux Bolton. Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1771, 11 April 1771

    fame Day, at the fame Place; and to adjourn as they pleafe. PRAYERS. The Lord Vifcount Wentwortb reported from the Theobalds Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Blil- " AQ: for veiling certain Meffuages in the Strand, Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1773, 10 March 1773

    544 Theobalds BUI. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1773. tiodie 2a -uice lecla efl Billa, intituled, « An A& to •* enable "fames Theobald Efquire, to carry into Execii- cc tion an Agreement for Sale of certain Hereditaments Subscribers-only content

 

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