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You searched for: Place: "Ancaster" "Ancaster", Source type: Secondary sources, Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Tupholme

    Coventry , 32 elected 1456 John Ancaster , 33 occurs 1474 Thomas Sotby , 34 occurs 1488 to 1491 Thomas Gryme, 35 occurs 1494 to 1509 John Sword , 36 occurs 1522 John Ancaster , 37 last abbot, occurs 1529

    Warblington Warblington Church

    42. Longcroft , Bosmere Hund . 98. Sister and heiress of Robert, duke of Ancaster and Kesteven. The reversion had been settled on Mary duchess of Ancaster , nee Panton , in 1767 . P.C.C. Will proved 12 Oct. 1804

    Parishes Stretton

    his widow in 1892 married Admiral Tillard , who occupied the house until 1907, when it was bought from Lord Ancaster by Major Charles Hesketh Fleetwood-Hesketh , D.L., J.P., the present owner. Of the original house considerable portions remain on

    Stapenhill Established church

    a door and internal porch under the tower. Derbyshire stone was used for the walls, with dressings of Bath and Ancaster stone. Internally, the organ was resited in a gallery at the west end of the nave and the pulpit

    Parishes South Luffenham

    the manor probably became attached to that of North Luffenham , and came into the possession of the Earls of Ancaster , the present Earl being lord of the manor and principal landowner. Church The church of ST. MARY consists

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CALCRAFT, Thomas (1738-83), of Ancaster, Lincs.

    (1738-83), of Ancaster, Lincs. Constituency Dates Poole 1761 1774 Ofifces Held Ensign 2 Ft. Gds. 1753; capt. 7 Ft. 1755; lt.-col. 91 Ft. Jan. 1760; col. 1772; maj.-gen. 1777; col. 65 Ft. 1779- d.; lt.-gen. 1782. Biography John Calcraft secured

    THOROLD, William (d. by 1594), of Marston, Lincs.

    must have been an uneasy partnership, in view of the uproar in 1582 between Hall and Thorold’s father. Thorold died v.p. at an unascertained date.Lincs. Peds. (Harl. Soc. lii), 983; HMC Ancaster, 10; HMC Rutland, i. 143, 170, 242, 248.

    BERTIE, Lord Vere (c.1712-68), of Branston, Lincs.

    Ensign 2 Ft. Gds. 1729, out by 1740. Biography Returned in 1741 on the Ancaster interest for Boston, Bertie voted with the Administration in the division on the Hanoverians in 1742, but against them in that of 1744 and was

    SHERARD, Philip, Lord Sherard (1767-1807), of Stapleford, Leics.

    had made no mark in Parliament and the Treasury in their pre-election forecast had doubts about him. He was not active as a peer either. He died 10 Dec. 1807.Lincs. AO, Ancaster mss 3 Anc. 9/4/14; PRO 30/8/153, f. 160.

    BERTIE, Hon. Albemarle (?1668-1742), of Swinstead, Lincs.

    the sky falls before they catch larks.[footnote]Defeated for the county, he was returned as a Whig for Boston on the Ancaster interest in 1734, voting with the Administration on the Spanish convention in 1739. He died 23 Jan. 1742, all

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