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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Ilford SOUTH ILFORD & BARKING 1964 NORTH ILFORD & CHADWELL HEATH 1964

    equipment, and scientific instruments. It has a large research department. Its subsidiary companies have works in Ilford at Horns Road, Uppark Drive, Eastern Avenue, and Chadwell Heath , and at Swindon ( Wilts .), Rotherham , and Sheffield (Yorks.), Towcester

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    181 Ric., 149 Sam., 133 Thos., 137 fam., 133 Harrowby , earl of, see Ryder Harting , South (Suss.), see Uppark Harvey , Wm., 52 Hasler , Hannah , 206 Haslingfield : Pet. of, 169 Wm. of, 169 fam., 169

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FETHERSTONHAUGH, Sir Henry, 2nd Bt. (1754-1846), of Uppark, Suss.

    2nd Bt. (1754-1846), of Uppark, Suss. Constituency Dates Portsmouth 5 June 1782 1796 Biography Edward Gibbon, a friend and neighbour of the family, wrote about Henry Fetherstonhaugh a month after his father’s death: ‘At present everything carries the appearance of

    FETHERSTONHAUGH, Sir Henry, 2nd Bt. (1754-1846), of Uppark, Suss.

    2nd Bt. (1754-1846), of Uppark, Suss. Constituency Dates Portsmouth 5 June 1782 191796 Biography Fetherstonhaugh was again returned for Portsmouth on the interest of Sir John Carter in 1790. A member of the Whig Club since 6 Dec. 1784 and

    FETHERSTONHAUGH, Sir Matthew, 1st Bt. (?1714-74), of Uppark, Suss.

    1st Bt. (?1714-74), of Uppark, Suss. Constituency Dates Morpeth 29 Nov. 1755 1761 Portsmouth 1761 18 Mar. 1774 Biography Fetherstonhaugh and his wife spent 1749-52 travelling in France, Italy, and Austria. Horace Mann wrote to Thomas Pelham on 17 Oct.

    BARWELL, Richard (1741-1804), of Stansted Park, Suss.

    magnificent house and grounds at Stansted.[footnote] A lady visiting nearby wrote of him on 24 July 1785:[footnote]While I was at Uppark a marriage took place near there that surprized most people. Mr. Barwell, the great East Indian of Stansted, to

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Tolbooth, Edinburgh, warrant for protection to Uffculme (Ufculme), Devo n Underhill , Sir William Uniformity , Act of Up Park (Uppark), in Harting, Sussex, Lord Grey's house at petition for lease of Upper Rhine , troops from, numbers of Upper Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    survey of the coasts See also Cambridge; Oxford. Upholders' Company , reference on petition of (for new charter) Up Park (Uppark), [in Harting parish ] , Sussex, warrant for removing deer from Urquhart , Adam, of Meldrum, captain of troop Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 23, January 1729, 01 January 1729-30 January 1729

    said Decree, as relates to the Dismission of the Bill as to Uppark , and the discharging the Debt thereupon, may be reversed; and that the Mortgage on Uppark may be paid off, with Interest and Costs, out of the

    Charles II, July 6-10, 1683

    Smith, huntsman to Lord Grey. On Thursday sennight at four in the morning his master came to his house at Uppark in the parish of Harting on a hackney in a riding coat that he remembers not to have seen Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    Harrison , Dr. [John ] , information of, mentioned Richard, letter from Harry , King referred to as Harting. See Uppark. Hartop , Thomas, Francis Charlton's nephew, information concerning Hartrow [Somerset ] , letters dated at Hartshorne (Hartshorn), Nathaniel, R. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    break- fast at her house in Park Lane. Early in the aftbrnoon Colonel Edwardes and his happy bride started for Uppark, Miss Fetherstonhaugh.'s resi- dence, near Peterfield, for the honeymoon. ARIAOEIS OF LORD BOSSMORS, The marriage of Lord Rossmore and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ibld there. i1lis Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales ar- TIVed at Portfinouth. about eleven o'clock, on Wndnerday morning, from Uppark, the feat OfSilr larry Feathlerftonej; and after infpedfing laruckton Lines, and feveral Corps of Volun- teers affenabled on Hilfea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cambridge have been on a shooting party at Han? Fetherstcnhaugh's, at Uppark, I the Prince of Wales killed above too •"suits, besides other game. • "The kad an( * C° untess °£ Londonderry ne to pass their Christmas Holidays Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, Captain Gossip, of the 3d Foot Guards, to Christiana, only daughter of the late Lieut Col. Marshall -12th, at Uppark, by special licence, Sir Harry Featherstonhaugh, Bart, to Miss Mary Ann Bullock. At Chester, the Rev. H. Foulkes, D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that a/../. Lord Paget and a large party are gone down to Sir Harry Feathe rs i or, '.-, at Uppark, to e!u-e 'he shooting season, by a grand demolition cfphea. _Nts, &C. The Prince .. Vv'.a.-.s was to have Subscribers-only content

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