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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Beechingstoke

    ii. 79. L. & P. Hen . VIII , xx (1), p. 527; S.R.O., ButtonWalker- Heneage Mun . 2091, deed, Tutt and Hame to Button . V.C.H. Wilts . viii. 70. Phillipps, Wilts . Inst . ii. 67. Crockford (

    Parliamentary history 1529-1629

    most of the minor gentry concerned -such names as Anketill, Blake, Bulkeley , Earth, Grubb, Martyn, Moody, Rives, Sotwell, and Tutt are in point here-as well as for most of those which, by the test of the Visitations, were sub-gentle.

    Parishes Urchfont Urchfont, 1784

    house was dissolved in 1539 . 88 In 1545 Nicholas Hame and James Tutt received a royal grant of the manor o f Eastcott . 89 Tutt presumably released his interest to Nicholas Hame, who in 1546 conveyed Eastcott to

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    (d. 1633), John (d. 1645), John (d. c . 1804), Marg., Martha, Thos. à Beckett , Wm., fam., Turpin, Dick, Tutt , Jas., Twynyho, Edw., Geo., Rog., Tylney-Long, Cath., m. Wm. Wellesley Pole, Sir Jas ., Tynny, John, Rog., fam.,


    ( Cornwall ), 143 Tucker , Hen., 105 Tupper , Wm., 190 Turnbull , John, 29 Turner , Ric., 156 Tutt (Tut), Rob., 48; Thos., 31 Twogood (Toogood), Mat., 32; fam., 20, 25 Twyford , John, 25 Uffenham , John,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hot Climates to t-he Hion. East India Company. 1817. Specimens~ of Syistematic Miiserule, S~c. &c. by (Chs. Maclean, 11.D. 1820. Tutt question agitated by Dr. Maclean brines to Our recollection a s!tory told by the great French Wit (in hin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW THEATRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE.Mlonday, King Richard the Third. And Tekeli.-Tuesday, The Merry Wives, of Wind, or. Spanish Gallants. And Love, Law, and Phyice.-Thursday, Macbeth. And. Tekelt-Saturday, The Merry Wives of Windsor. COVENT-GARDEN.-Monday, The new Comedy, Pride Shall Wav a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just published, Part II. of THE LONDON STAGE; contanirng The Castle Spectre-All the ld's a L a -.HiSh Life below Stairs-Wheel of Fortune-She Stoops A norl awithvC, e gmbellishments ALL FOR ONE SHILLING. tD The Wheel -of Fortune and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BRITISH INSTITUTION, PALL-AIALL-The Gallery with a Selectiou of the Works of the Italian, Spanish, Flemish, Dutch, anvenglish Sbhools, is OPEN daily, from Ten iii the moraing until Six, in the evening,,- Admission Is. Catalogue 1s- Adrisi s C i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AgIST BENEVOLENTf FUJN13, established i810- The ieR of the Fine Arts are respectfully informed, that the FIFTEENTH iePdS ARY of the INSTiTU)TiON for RELIEVING the WIDOWS and ARTISTS, will be celebrated in Freemasons' Ilall, on SATU{I- DA^, she I' Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1725, 28 January 1726

    Geo. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Tutt verftts Upon reading che Petition and Appeal of John Tutt Mercer: Gentleman ; complaining of a Decree of the Court of Exchequer, made the Twenty-fecond Day of February 1723, i'n a Caufe Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1725, 28 February 1726

    Wagner-" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houie. After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal Tutt verfut of John Tutt Gentleman; complaining of a Decree ofMeicer- the Court of Exchequer, made the Two and Twentieth Day of Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1730, 3 February 1731

    Caufe wherein John Tutt was Plaintiff, and Sir Charles Peers and Dame Lucy his Wife, the Honourable Charles Howard Efquire, and Edward Spackman, were Defen¬ dants ; which Caufe was, upon the Death of the faid Tutt, revived in the Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1731, 4 February 1732

    great Diftance. fuerunt: Furore After hearing Counfel, upon the Petition and Appeal Si^c^Pe-rs °^ Henry Furnefe Efquire, Adminiftrator of John Tutt & al. i deceafed ; complaining of a Decree of the Court of Exchequer, of the Eleventh of June Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1740, 13 January 1741

    Tutt Gentleman, heretofore called John Rice; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, to enable the Petitioner, and the Heirs of his Body, to take upon him and them the Surname of Tutt, purfuant to the Will of John Subscribers-only content


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