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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Walton Cardiff Walton Cardiff village

    until the 16th century, and were thereafter permanent grass-land. 11 In the Middle Ages there was an extensive wood, called Waltons Wood, in the western part of the parish in the angle between the Swilgate and the Tirle brook. 12

    Townships Fishwick

    ii, fol. 226 b . In the time of Richard II and Henry IV these lands were sold to the Waltons of Preston ; ibid. From one of the deeds it appears that Ridding Field was near Fishwick Brook. A

    Townships Hale

    the Walton family were overlords, and Cecily de Columbers and her children successively held under them. The threat of the Waltons to dispossess them for illegitimacy seems to have led to a compromise, for Cecily de Wolfall granted a third

    Parishes Bartlow

    at Linton . 202 Bartlow hamlet in Ashdon long retained its connexion with Bartlow church. Robert Walton , lord of Waltons manor in Ashdon , gave cloth and a book to the church in the 14th century, 203 and six

    Yarnton Economic history

    18th and 19th centuries; the Strainges at Manor farm from the later 18th century until the mid 19th; and the Waltons at Manor and Frize farms in the 19th century. 77 . Many were moderately prosperous: the average value of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MAYNARD, Sir William, 4th Bt. (1721-72), of Waltons, Essex

    4th Bt. (1721-72), of Waltons, Essex Constituency Dates Essex 8 May 1759 18 Jan. 1772 Biography Maynard stood for Essex in 1754 but declined the poll. On the vacancy in 1759, a meeting of Essex Whigs offered Maynard ‘their support

    WALTON, James (1479/80-1546/50), of Preston, Lancs.

    Bailiff, Preston 1515-16, mayor 1526-7, ?1532-3, ?1533-4, 1546-6, alderman by 1542. Biography The Waltons had probably taken their name from Walton-le-Dale, two miles from Preston. A John de Walton and his son Richard were freemen of the borough in 1397,

    WALTON, George (1540-1606), of Great Staughton, Hunts.

    J.p. Hunts. c.1583-7, from c.1601; escheator, Camb. and Hunts. Feb.-Nov. 1594, 1604-5. Biography The Waltons had been established at Great Staughton since the fourteenth century, frequently representing the county in the Commons. One ancestor did so for 30 years, and

    ADEANE, Henry John (1789-1847), of Babraham, Cambs

    the last 18 years of his life.[footnote] Robert Jones Adeane, who seems to have resided during his father"s lifetime at Waltons, near Saffron Walden, Essex, eight miles south of Babraham, became a captain in the Cambridgeshire troop of fencible cavalry

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, November 1693, 1-15, 01 November 1693-15 November 1693

    St. James's to-morrow morning. Ibid . Treasury warrant to John Mitchell, Crown tenant of the messuage or mansion house called Waltons Mease in Old Windsor, co. Berks, authorising him to fell any quantity of elms not exceeding 75 loads in

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1766-31 December 1769

    Matthew, framework knitter, invention Maynard , Charles Lord, & c., made Viscount Maynard, & c. letter from Sir William, of Waltons, Bart., remainder limited to Mayne , Sir William, M.P. for Carysfort, appointment removal from the Privy Council recommended Mazagan Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1544, 26-30, 01 September 1544-30 September 1544

    (2 ac.), Quenyngton , and Whyttington Coppice (53 ac), parcel of Warwikeslandes and Spencerslandes. Except woods called Mythe Wood and Waltons Wood (90 ac.) near the demesne lands of Tewkysburye. Del . Okyng, 8 Sept. 36 Hen. VIII. S.B. (

    Index, W, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    in Peterborough Level, 597. -, Parry, payment to, 1453, 1454. -, Valentine, land, Crowland, 596. Walton-on-Thames , co. Surrey, 1075. Waltons [? Walton or Woolton, in Littlebourne ] , co. Kent, 804. Walwyn (Wallwynn), Arnold, a groom of the Chamber,

    Tables, January to December 1766, 01 January 1766-31 December 1766

    Maynard of Easton Lodge in the said county, with remainder, in default of male heirs, to Sir William Maynard, of Waltons in the said county, Bart. 11 Oct. 51 Wolff, Jacob, of Townhill, in the co. of Southampton, Esq. A Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,farfasb gistl, &c AMSER CYMDEITHASFAO EDD CHYFARFODYDD MISOL. Cfjmd hfaoee4. Wreesam, Mehefin 11-14. Cyfarfoditdd IMiol. Aberteifl, Dehen, Aberteifi, Gogledd, Arf on, Brycheiniog, Caerfyrddin, Llanelli, Mehefln 18, 19, Dinbych, Fflint, Henaduriaeth Lancashire, Liverpool, Lleyn ac Eifionydd. Uwchymynydd, Gorph. 1, 2. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    do so." Alany of the vessels tisos nmortgaged to the Bank had been previously mortgaged to their full value to Waltons, the former governor, on his private accoset. (n one, for instance, offered as security to the Bssnk for an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oeley Local Buoxd), Mtr. Gj. IN" arilg (clerk to Tlipton Local Board), Messrs. B. Husat, A. Spitt C, J. II. Waltons, I s MW Perey, T. Hitchen, S. Sanders, end Ml. Baramn (memn- bers of the Wednesbury Local Beard), Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rishily-wvoouled landscape, "The Happy Ca- Valley" (631), has all the characteristic dreamy, sensuous Is, grace of the artist, Mir. Frank Waltons, bist with a 4lees than his accustonsed vividness and brilliancy, the con- he seqisence beinig, with so large a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    began to press, and before long Fraser L eqzlieed. From this time onwards the Corinthians had -to defend, the brothers Waltons savingmagnificently, but . could not keep the homse team from putting on the ;winning point. Score: Queen's Park 3 Subscribers-only content

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