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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sapperton Charities for the poor

    4 d . a year to be distributed to the poor. 81 By 1826 this charity had become known as Townsend 's charity from the family which later owned Butler's estate. 82 John Calfway left £6 for the poor but

    Parishes Honington

    in 1737 to Joseph Townsend . He ma rried Judith Gore and their son Gore Townsend died in 1826 . His son Henry on his death in 1873 left his estates to his nephew Frederick Townsend , 17 at whose

    Parishes Great Cheverell

    in the village and at the Green and Townsend , new building has been mostly limited to council housing. Several such houses were built between the First and Second World Wars at Townsend . A council estate was constructed east

    Painswick Charities for the poor

    1833 the charity was combined with the bequest of Theyer Townsend who by will dated 1801 left £100, the interest to be distributed in bread on St. Thomas 's day; Townsend 's bequest was not being admini stered in 1826

    Miserden Economic history

    parish 16 was probably that which Elizabeth Rogers of Arlingham owned in 1780 . 17 It was acquired by the Townsend family, possibly in 1792 when it was described as a corn-mill, 18 and they granted it on lease with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : - S bb . X: ant~~11 ---_--_- anE - ~~~Yr Ty YR ARGLWYDDI, Dydd Iau.-Dygodd Ardal. wn ydd To, nsend fesur ymlaen gyda gGlwg ar amddjff. T. yniad babanod, &c. Ystyriai yr Ardalydd fod y i nier fawr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'swm o',70,00*. yniy : lad hdn. ,_r Cynhaliwyd cyfarfod yn. lunain ychydig dty'd. ian yn ol, o dan lywyddiaeth Ardalydd Townsend, i'r diben o sefydlui cymdeithas, newydd, amcan pa un fydd rlioddi cymorth i weinidogion teuluaidd'iewn salwch na 'galedi. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    72 26AG, Philips, Talart, 7; 2 May A Wakir, Tlgeib,71;28 Catherine 1' dsrdedi r'add-te s'han o dair 0's' ,Safon. 1 Richard Pryce, Bethel, Brawns, 70; 2 Emma Richards, EIlan- fdhangel.Nantbran, 67; 3 William Townsend, Crickhowell, 66; 4 I I I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by theaRev. Dr. Dickens Lewis, and there were present - The Rev. C. H Drinkwater, Rev. J Witton Rev.s T Townsend, Rev. Mr. James. Rev. G. Kettle, Rev. T. Davies, together with many of the parents of the pupils, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I Sarah Evans, 13wlch :h I Mary Evans, eto .r, iFlorrie Price, Trecastell 2 Lizzie Anne Davies, eto 3 Samson Townsend, Crikhowell *r 4= 4 Mary Elizabeth Price, Bwlch a 4 (ja~ JoLrpxwell, Defynog 5 L;lt er Davies, Crickhowell A Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOWNSEND, James (1737-87), of Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Mdx.

    TOWNSEND, James (1737-87), of Bruce Castle, Tottenham, Mdx. Constituency Dates West Looe 10 July 1767 1774 Calne 5 Apr. 1782 1 July 1787 Ofifces Held Alderman of London 1769; sheriff 1769-70; ld. mayor 1772-3. Biography James Townsend did not follow

    TOWNSEND, John (d. aft.1622), of Warwick.

    TOWNSEND, John (d. aft.1622), of Warwick. Constituency Dates Warwick 1597 Warwick 1601 Warwick 1604 Warwick 1614 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Warwick 1589-90, 1603-4, 1621-2. Biography Townsend was already a prominent Warwick burgess in 1588, when he signed a letter sent by

    TOWNSEND, Joseph (by 1704-63), of Honington, Warws.

    TOWNSEND, Joseph (by 1704-63), of Honington, Warws. Constituency Dates Wallingford 22 Dec. 1740 211741 Westbury 1741 211747 Wallingford 1747 211754 Biography Townsend, whose father by ‘long experience of his temper and behaviour’ left him only an annuity of £200, a

    TOWNSEND, Chauncy (1708-70), of Austin Friars, London

    TOWNSEND, Chauncy (1708-70), of Austin Friars, London Constituency Dates Westbury 16 Mar. 1748 1768 Wigtown Burghs 23 Dec. 1768 28 Mar. 1770 Biography Chauncy Townsend lost his father at the age of two, and in business followed his mother’s family.

    ANDREWS, Townsend (1702-37), of Coulston, Wilts.

    ANDREWS, Townsend (1702-37), of Coulston, Wilts. Constituency Dates Hindon 1727 1734 Bossiney 1734 6 May 1737 Ofifces Held Dep. paymaster of the forces by 1727-d. Biography After a hotly contested election, Andrews was returned as a government supporter for Hindon

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 March 1817, 27 March 1817

    The House being informed, " That Mr. George Townsend " Beere attended, in order to deliver in Pleadings i " and Proceedings in the Cause wherein Richard ^n etaU " Orpen Townsend Esquire is Appellant, and Sir Pleadings " Augustus Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1817, 25 April 1817

    of Lords. 157 Shuldham against Smith, in Error. Townsend against et"af in the County of Linlithgow, Chevalier, Greeting: Whereas Our Parliament, for arduous and urgent Affairs concerning Us, the State and Defence of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1817, 22 May 1817

    Clarke, " Benjamin Bousfield, William Leader, Grace Meade, " The Reverend Edward Synge Townsend and Eli- " zabeth his Wife, William Morris, Richard Orpen, " and Cornelius Townsend, were the Defendants ; and " thereby insisting that the said Decree Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1817, 17 June 1817

    further Con¬ sideration on Monday next. Townsend against Sir A. Warren et al. Dixon et al. against Campbell et al: Denny et al. against Campbell et al. Ordered, That the Cause wherein Richard Orpen Townsend Esquire is Appellant, and Sir Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1817, 8 July 1817

    Ordered, That the further Consideration of the said Cause be put oft' sine Die. Upon reading the Petition of Edmund Townsend, late of Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, in the County of Middlesex, Wine and Cyder Merchant, but now of Somers Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Norfolk Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 10 on Reg. of G.L. of Canada in Ontario. Meeting Places Townsend,Townsend, (Norfolk) Ontario, Upper Canada 1812 Simcoe, Simcoe, (Norfolk) Ontario, Canada West 1851

 

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