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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Higham Park Long of Draycot . Sable crusily and a lion argent .

    Higham Park HIGHAM PARK Park of Hecham (xii cent.), Park of Hegham Ferrers (xiv cent.). Higham Park , the park attached to Higham Ferrers Castle , was formerly extra-parochial and included in the liberty of Rushden , but is

    Earls Colne ` Manors and other estates

    Earls Colne ` Manors and other estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES Ealdor- man Aelfgar between 946 and 951 devised land at Colne to his daughter Aelfflaed who between 1000 and 1002 devised it to the religious house at Stoke

    Savernake SAVERNAKE c . 1817

    Savernake SAVERNAKE Savernake parish 84 lies immediately south of Marlborough . Its land is roughly conterminous with the main part of Savernake forest as defined in 1300 85 and was extra-parochial. In the later 18th century the west part,

    Parishes Upton Warren

    Parishes Upton Warren UPTON WARREN Houpton (viii cent.); Uptune (xi cent.); Shirrevesupton, Upton Fitz Waryn (xiv cent.); Upton Waryn (xv cent.). Upton Warren is situated about 31/4 miles north of Droitwich , and has an area of 2,520 acres,

    Parishes Old Windsor

    Parishes Old Windsor OLD WINDSOR Windelsore or Wyndelsor, Windesor or Wyndesore (xiii cent.); Wyndyshore, (xiv cent.). Old Windsor is a fairly large parish, part of which was separated in 1894 to form the new civil parish of Sunningdale ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWE, Emanuel Scrope (c.1663-1709), of Great Lodge Forest, Hants.

    HOWE, Emanuel Scrope (c.1663-1709), of Great Lodge Forest, Hants. Constituency Dates Morpeth Dec. 1701 1705 Wigan 1705 1708 Ofifces Held Groom of bedchamber 1689–1702; commr. of prizes 1702–5; envoy extraordinary to Hanover 1705–d. Ofifces Held Capt. 1 Ft. Gds.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TORY ADDRESSES. BRADFORD. BBADFORD P OLIT IcS.-The Tories of Bradford are certainly entitled to great credit for the zeal they invariably manifest in supporting their party. No sooner were their first hole and corner addresses found to be useless, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NEWS. LEE1DS. &c. Al~ty REGISTR&TION, 1849.-We beg to SttrAMElTders that the period has arrived when I our rel' taken for securing their votes on the , 't bet he presdnt year. The following is needful W. atten.dedAl pto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NEWA4 F ~~~~~~ y I ~~~~~~~~LEEiDS. Lie ~~ ~ ~ ~ddielsiiigliirisoif in I eli den ~as anl oratorio 6lnger; anld, - .1 'Nius t rls I 11Weeesdtyni~t lstwoo highly success~ful iil Slouidels- ("acid D0 or, Ray-i solo i's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE GRAND LODGBE OF ENGLISH FREEMASONS. O| Wednesday evening, the Grand United Lodge of England was held in the Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, and was followed by the festival of the craft. The Marquis of Rij or, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F3 RE E A 8A0 N R Y. Old Concord Loage (201.) Last week, on one of the loveliest days that can well be Imagined, up- wards of fifty Brethren (mainly belonging to this Lodge) met at Br Nicholsone's, Subscribers-only content

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