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You searched for: Place: Tregonwell, Date from: 1825-01-01, Date to: 1849-12-31

Found 229 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stapleford

    Richard died owning 115 a. in 1751 . 124 His successors Richard and Tregonwell Collier, probably brothers, owned after inclosure 65 a. and 95 a. 125 Tregonwell left his land c . 1821 to Richard's sons, 126 who between 1825

    Parishes Flamstead

    1537 -8 to John Tregonwell , LL .D., 55 but in 1539 Henry VIII , wishing to obtain Sir Richard Page 's manor of Molesey, gave him this manor in exchange, 56 and turned out Tregonwell , who had already

    Parishes Potterne

    redeemed in 1358 . 64 About the middle of the 16th century the manor was leased to Sir John Tregonwell . Tregonwell subleased to Aldam Lambe of Coulston , whose heir was his son Auncell. On the death of Auncell

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    to his only sister and heir Jane, widow of John Tregonwell . Already, however, Jane must have held the manor in lease, since in 1679 she and her husband John Tregonwell were holding the court of the manor and in

    Parishes Kilton

    in 1666 : Thomas died while still a minor in 1670 ; Francis died in 1690 , leaving a son Tregonwell , who died under age and childless in 1703 ; and Col. Alexander Luttrell . Alexander was succeeded in

  • * British History Online *

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    in Craven in Yorkshire, and apparently of Cocker- sand Abbey in Lancashire; 80 while, in the South, Drs. Peter and Tregonwell were at the same time taking those of Pulton, Marlborough, Bradestock (or Bradenstock) and Laycock in Wiltshire and of

    Index, T, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    g. 1027 (12). Tregonwell , John, LL.D., commissary general of tho Admiralty, 11, 153 (1, 2), 860 (p. 430), 861, 979 (2): p. 566: g. 282 (90). -, -, signature of, 11, 153 (1, 2), 861. Tregonwell , Robt., clk.,

    Index, T, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    4231 (und.), g. 4445 (23), g. 4993 (17), g. 5748 (1), g. 6751 (24). Tregoney , Cornw., g. 3991 (8). Tregonwell . See Tregunwell. Tregorrek , Cornw., g. 3991 (8). Tregose , Thos., p. 236. Tregous , Cornw., g. 2927

    Index, T, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 4). Tregian , John, g. 1662 (33), 2772 (49), 3324 (24). Tregirthik Crab be , Cornw., g. 969 (18). Tregonwell (Tregounall), John, clk., of Exeter, 438 (1 m. 11). Tregony (Tregeny), Cornw. [in Cuby ] , 438 (3 m.


    ( 51 ), Sampson Michell ( 51 ), William Peter ( 5 ), John Storye ( 107 ), and John Tregonwell ( 107 ). The doctors of medicine were: Agostino de Angostini (assessed as Dr. Augustyne, 133 ), Richard Bartelett

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Bullock, Esq. East Coker, So- merset. mersee. G. Thomas, Esq. Shaftesbury. R. Chaffey, Esq. Root Stoke, Yeovil St Barbe Tregonwell, Esq. Ander- J. Chapman, Esq, Hlackbeath park son, Dorset. The Chisholm, Chapel street, J. C. Wyndham, Esq. The College, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lar clergy by some, and the disregard felt for them by more, was not always occasioned by degeneracy or misconduct. Tregonwell, Devereux, and others of the morejust and rational commissioners,bear frequent testimony to the piety and learning, not only of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "AMaster of the Running IHorses" to Charles II. end William ]lI? Many conficting versions of the cruelty ascribed to this Tregonwell Frampton, sometimes dubbed the "Father of the British Tur," have come under my notice, but I think that it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr W. Smith Mr Osbaldeston Mr W. EtwaIl Mr Bli-s Mr Bowles Captai ~ Gardnor Mr Gregory Mr H~erbert Mr Tregonwell Mr Dolphin Sir Waller M e Sir Hobson M e The Cup Stakes of 25 Soya each, with u00 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Cierk of the Course by eight o'clock in the 0'eait= prscodimg the dvQ of cusning. Biwers S. B. Tregonwell S. *w. S. E. Dent C. Finch B. B. Sheridan The Dorsetshire Stakes of 2 Sovs each, 15 ft. Subscribers-only content

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