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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durston Manors

    and his wife, Richard Bartholomew and Thomas Knollys , possibly acting as trustees, granted the manor to Robert Waterton . 35 Waterton settled Crosse on his grandson Robert Blatchford in 1647 , 36 and Robert Blatchford , perhaps his son,

    Parishes Beddington

    10, Gules a fesse dancetty between six crosslets or, for Engayne; 11, Barry ermine and gules three crescents sable, for Waterton ; 12, Vert three piles wavy argent and a border azure bezanty, for Bryan. On the monument are fourteen


    London Waterworks Co., Herts . & Essex Waterworks Co., Metropolitan Water Board Waterhouse , Paul, designer, Waterloo , battle of, Waterton , Joan m. Lionel, Ld. de Welles Watkinson , Mr., Watlington , Geo., John Wat - lington Perry ,

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    , Waleran de; Neville, Ric. (d. 1471) Warwickshire , see Birmingham Wastehose : Alan, Emme, Waterhouses (in Wheldrake ) , Waterton , Rob., Watervill : Maud de, m. Wm. Palmes (fl. 13th cent.), Reynold de, Ric. de, Rog. de, fam.,

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    1369), and Thos. (d. 1401); Dudley , John; Edward; George; Henry; Neville, Ric.; Waleran; William Warwickshire , see Kenilworth priory Waterton , Hugh, Watkins : Fred, F. B., John, fam., Watts : A. M. R., Arthur, John, Jos., see Pyrke

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WATERTON, Thomas I (by 1501-58), of Walton Sandal, Yorks.

    relief 1550; sheriff, Yorks. 1553-4. Biography The Waterton family was an ancient one of Lincolnshire origin; it had come to Walton through the marriage of Richard Waterton. The earliest references to Thomas Waterton show him enjoying the support of his

    WATERTON, Thomas (by 1526-75), of Walton and Sandal, Yorks.

    WATERTON, Thomas (by 1526-75), of Walton and Sandal, Yorks. Constituency Dates Thirsk Apr. 1554 Yorkshire 1572 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Yorks. (W. Riding) from 1561; commr. eccles. causes, province of York 1573. Biography Waterton was a well-connected country gentleman of middling

    WATERTON, John (d.1417/18), of Waterton, Lincs. and Bramley, Surr.

    of Monmouth. Robert Waterton, a leading employee of the duchy in the north of England, and master of the horse to Henry IV, was the son of Richard Waterton of Lincolnshire and the brother of the John Waterton who acted

    WATERTON, Thomas II (by 1526-75).

    Yorkshire at the time, that Thomas Waterton owed his election for Thirsk to Mary’s second Parliament. The nomination was probably made by the 3rd Earl of Derby, lord of the borough, with whom Waterton could claim a family relationship through

    HARRY, John ap (d.1420), of Poston in Vowchurch, Herefs.

    lordship of Brecon by 1396 and it was probably about this time that he married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Hugh Waterton, his patron’s chamberlain. Little else is known of him during Richard II’s reign, but in June 1397 he received

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. William John, a Mr. Morgan Lewis, i fyned i'r lie blaenaf, a'r Parch. William John, a Mr. Thomas Rees, Waterton, i fyned i'r lie olaf. Hefyd, nodwyd yr ysgrifenydd, a Mr. Howell Griffith, Margam, i fyned ar neges gyffelyb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J Ll Samlet Williams a Mr. James Clemnent. Sciven. Y Hermon, Penvbont,-Parch. W. J. Thomas aIt a Mr. Thomas Rees, Waterton Court, Bridgend. Y Bethania, Treforris,-Parch. D. Picton Evans a Mr. W. Williams. Church Square, Treforris. 9 Tabor, M1aesteg,_-Parch. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Cwmafon), Thus. Thomas, Pontrhydyfen. Dos. Penybont, v Parchn. M. Thomas, W. A. Williams, Mri W. Ho- well, a Thus. Rees (Waterton). Dos. Maesteg, y Parcha. W. James, M.A.. W. Johns D. Colwyn Evans, Mri. D. P. Thomas, ac Edward Lewis. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. ADDRESS.-I have known men, grossly injured in their affairs, depart pleased, at least silent,onily because they were injured in good language, ruined in caresses, and kissed while they were struck ander the filth rib. -South 1. Ovu-rFrEDiNG.-la Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an eye so merry, : knewv 'twas our Foreign Secretary, iWho there, at his ease, did sit aud smile, Like Waterton on his crocodile ; Cracking such jokes, at every motion, As made the Turtle squeak with glee, And own Subscribers-only content


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