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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty and borough of Wenlock (part) Parishes Around Wellington c. 1831

    and borough of Wenlock (part) THE LIBERTY AND BOROUGH OF WENLOCK (part) Parishes Around Wellington c. 1831 The histories given below of Madeley and Little Wenlock conclude the topographical account of the liberty and borough of Wenlock . The two

    Houses of Cluniac monks Priory of Preen

    election to be held at Wenlock . 12 This suggests that the independence of Preen had grown with the separation of Wenlock from the constitutional framework of the Cluniac Order. Nevertheless the Prior of Wenlock surrendered the manor to the

    Houses of Cluniac monks Abbey , later Priory, of Wenlock

    Houses of Cluniac monks Abbey , later Priory, of Wenlock 5. THE ABBEY , LATER PRIORY, OF WENLOCK The only pre-Conquest religious house in Shropshire was St. Milburga's monastery at Wenlock , and this had given way to a minster

    Little Wenlock Manor and other estates

    Little Wenlock Manor and other estates MANOR AND OTHER ESTATES. In 1066 LITTLE WENLOCK belonged to the church of Wenlock 51 and it remained with Wenlock priory until the Dissolution. 52 Wenlock held the manor of the Crown except during

    Little Wenlock Local government and public services

    Wenlock was in Madeley poorlaw union 1836-1930 . 34 Little Wenlock was within the jurisdiction of the Broseley court of requests from 1782 35 until its abolition under the County Courts Act, 1846. 36 Edward IV's 1468 charter to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    Wenlock

    Wenlock Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the resident freemen Estimated number qualified to vote: 485 to over 500 FRANCIS FORESTER 9 Mar. 1820 WILLIAM LACON CHILDE 9 Mar. 1820 Paul Beilby Lawley (afterwards Thompson) 9 Mar. 1820

    Wenlock

    Wenlock Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen THOMAS NEWPORT 1 Feb. 1715 WILLIAM FORESTER 1 Feb. 1715 NEWPORT 5 Nov. 1715 re-elected after appointment to office SIR HUMPHREY BRIGGS 13 July 1716 vice Newport, called to

    Wenlock

    Wenlock Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the resident freemen SIR HENRY BRIDGEMAN, Bt. 22 June 1790 CECIL FORESTER 22 June 1790 HON. JOHN SIMPSON vice Bridgeman, called to the Upper House 9 Sept. 1794 HON. JOHN SIMPSON

    Wenlock

    Wenlock Double Borough Background Information Right of Election: in the freemen William Forester 19 Apr. 1754 Brooke Forester 19 Apr. 1754 George Forester 8 Dec. 1758 vice William Forester, deceased Brooke Forester 28 Mar. 1761 Cecil Forester 28 Mar.

    FORESTER, William (1690-1758), of Dothill Park, Salop

    Wenlock 1715 1722 Wenlock 1734 1741 Wenlock 1754 12 Nov. 1758 Biography Thirteen Foresters[footnote] sat for Wenlock between 1529 and 1885 (not counting relatives returned by them), and no Forester in the 18th century sat for any other constituency.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ddadl a gyvmerodd le yr wyth- 3os ddiweddaf yn Nhy y Cyffredin, ar gynvgiad 31r. BRoWN, yr aelrd dros Wenlock, i ddiddymu y "t 2Vyig Poaching det, 1 832." Pe byddai ein zel dros ein plaid boliticaidd yn fwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sedd Mr. Foster y Rhyddfrydwr yn ddiogel.-Bydd yn frwydr galed yn Werlock. General Forester; y di- weddar aelod. Toriaiddd dros Wenlock, sydd Wedi eistedd fwtyef o bwb 'yn Nhy y Cyffredin. Y mae yn' ei chynrychioli er's 45 mlynedd. Ond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Surrey ganGeidwadwr. Mae ir Anrhyd. G!. C. Forester, yr hwn .sydd wpdi eistedd yn Nhy y Cyffredin yn ddidor dros Wenlock er y Awyddyn 1828, wedi ei ddychwelyd dros yr an gynrychiolaeth eto. 3Efe yw " Tad y Ty." Soniai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar- wyddo rhywbetb, axwyddai eu bod yn cydolygu ;yn y modd mwyaf hapus &'u harweinyddi - - , MAE etholiad Wenlock, a gymerodd le wyth- < tos i ddydd lau diweddaf, mor belled ag y mae yn myned, yn daugos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a dywodfeini e i Lianyraddyfri,, yr.ydym ynesgyn' yn-,~si | cI r 6. At greigiau Wenblock, ynl cynwys ,calch- C feini Wenlock, pilfeini, YWenlock, Qaleqini" g v Wool'ope, sef yr un a grutiau Sir 'Didinbych, &c. Yn gorwedd -ar - greigian Subscribers-only content

 

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