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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wadham College

    Wadham College WADHAM COLLEGE Circumstances Of The Foundation Nicholas Wadham , the founder of this college, was born in 1532 of a good Somerset family of Merifield, near Ilminster , and was educated at Oxford , at either Corpus Christi

    Editorial note

    Brasenose, Christ Church , Exeter , Jesus , Lincoln , Magdalen, Mansfield , New, Regent's Park , St. John 's, Wadham , and Worcester Colleges, Oxford , Mrs. H. Babington Smith, Mr. P. Best , Dr. J. Blair , Major

    University College

    the entrance follows those of Wadham and Oriel. At these two colleges, the entrance being on the west side of the quadrangle, the chapel is built at right angles to the east range and, at Wadham , the hall is

    The Sheldonian Theatre

    of printing; this sum was augmented in 1805 by a bequest of £2,000 from Dr. Wills , late Warden of Wadham . 44 The first substantial payment relates to £100 paid to ' Mr. Smith ' (i.e. Bernard Schmidt )

    Yelford Economic history

    11/ 1514 ; RG 12/ 1175 . Wadham Coll . Mun., 4/59. Ibid. 86/121. For the fields, O.R.O., Standlake incl. map B. Notably in Middle field: Wadham Coll . Mun., 86/121. Ibid. 86/123. Wadham Coll . Mun., 86/124, completed by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, o Ysgol y Friars, Bangor, i enill yagoloriaeth, gwerth 9Bp. y flwyddyn, am bum' mlynedd yn ddiweddar yn Ngholeg Wadham, Rhydychain. Mab i Mr. Jones, Ysgol GenedlaetholDinbyCh, yw yg*rienancgobeithiol hwn. ' Cynhaliwyd trengholiAd yn Cwmaman, ddydd. Mawrtb, ar gorff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :ac P f -4ozasm i.ale,1853-1878. aY2' Baud i...544 :16. Worceter '.,.743 LUOAn ' ..4288 17P. " 'em .'.1717 4.+ g Wadham f . f.. 3816 18. Bra 1nase .1697 ' 5.1 U ivlrai ' ...32486 19. Chrii iChurch ...1656 b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ...175.7 2 Balil ..o. 5494 16 Worester ' ... 7"3 3 Lincoln ... 4283 17 Pembroke 6 .. ,717 4 Wadham : .. "386 18 re'ose .' ...1697 ] i; U~niversity .. 3246 19 Christ Chnrch . 1 6 Triity Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teilwng yD meddu y fraint gyntaf tafla yr " Essex," "' Founder's Kin," a'r " Brasenose " yn agored. Yn Wadham, pedair ysgoloriaeth Glasuro), ec un mawn Gwyddoniaeth Naturiol, gydag Ex- hibitions penodol i ddechreu Taehwedd 29ain. Rhoddir rhybudd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Morley a Mr. Chamberlain-ynl Aberystwyth,i Mr. Gladstone, Iaril Spencer, a'r cyn-Argiwydd Ganghellydd Herschell. Etholwyd Mr. W. H~irst. a Goleg Wadham, yn olynydd i Mr. Boyd Carpenter, fel Llywydd yr Union am y tymor nesaf. Dewiswyd yn ysgrifenydd, V~iscount Snirdale. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WADHAM, Sir John (d.1412), of Edge in Branscombe, Devon and Merrifield in Ilton, Som.

    of such distinction as Wadham have been lost. He is consistently stated to have been the son of Sir John Wadham of Edge, but on what evidence cannot be traced.[footnote] More likely, he was the John Wadham who received quitclaim

    STRANGWAYS, Wadham (1646-85), of the Middle Temple and Stinsford, Dorset.

    STRANGWAYS, Wadham (1646-85), of the Middle Temple and Stinsford, Dorset. Constituency Dates Bridport 27 Feb 1677 Bridport Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Dorset 1677-80; gov. Portland Castle 1679-d.; dep. lt. Dorset 1680-d.; freeman, Bridport freeman, Bridport 1685. Biography

    WYNDHAM, Wadham (1773-1843), of Salisbury, Wilts.

    WYNDHAM, Wadham (1773-1843), of Salisbury, Wilts. Constituency Dates Salisbury 1818 6 May 1833 Salisbury 1835 23 Oct. 1843 Ofifces Held Cornet, Wilts. yeomanry 1794; capt. Wilts. militia 1796, maj. 1805. Biography Wyndham’s father, the Wiltshire county Member who retired in

    WYNDHAM, William (1659-1734), of Dinton, Wilts.

    invested in Bank, East India and South Sea stock, which was distributed in portions to named relations. His elder son, Wadham, inherited a leasehold property in Andover, Hampshire, while his wife obtained her family’s house in Hawling, which had been

    PYNE, John (by 1500-31/32), of London.

    to recover the deeds of property at Colyford; their counsel was William Wadham, steward of Lyme Regis, who himself died in 1522 but whose kinsman Sir Nicholas Wadham was to be one of the knights for Somerset in 1529. (Dorset

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 June 1806, 11 June 1806

    Renfrew" was committed. Upon reading the Petition of the Warden and Fellows Warden, *c. of Wadham College, in the Univerfity of Oxford; fetting of Wadham forth, " That by the Statutes of the faid College it is College, ordained, that Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1806, 4 July 1806

    the Report of the Warden, &c. Judges, to whom was referred the Petition of the War- °X Wadham den and Fellows of Wadham College, in the Univerfity of Leave for a Oxford, praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill Subscribers-only content

    8 July 1806, 8 July 1806

    off till To-morrow. Hodie 2a vice leäa eft Billa, intituled, "An Act for Wadham " enabling a married Perfon to hold and enjoy the Office College Bill: " of Warden of Wadham College, in the Univerfity of « Oxford.". Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Bactofi ctlco. de coi banco. Magro Johi Barnet ciico. Wifto Thirnyng. Wiito Rykiit. ThomePynchebeRcapitali baroni Johi Markham. de sccaio. Johi Wadham. E. dilco & fideli suo Johi DePeux constabulaf castri sui Dovorf & custodi Quinq, Portuu suoa vel ejus locu Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    ciico. Wiflo Thirnyng. Magro Johi Bariiet ctico. Johi Cassy capitali bnroni de scacio. Joftt Markham. Johi Huft. Wifto Brenchesle. Johi Wadham. Wifto Hankeford. Wiffo Rikhitt. i^ dilco & fideli suo Johi Deveux constabulaf castri sui Dovorf & custodi Quinq, Portuu Subscribers-only content

 

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