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Sir Thomas Style, 2nd Baronet (1624–1702) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1656 and 1659.
Bramber was a parliamentary borough in Sussex, one of the most notorious of all the rotten boroughs. It elected two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons in 1295, and again from 1472 until 1832, when the constituency was abolished by the Great Reform Act.
Scarborough was the name of a constituency in Yorkshire, electing Members of Parliament to the House of Commons, at two periods. From 1295 until 1918 it was a parliamentary borough consisting only of the town of Scarborough, electing two MPs until 1885 and one from 1885 until 1918. In 1974 the name was revived for a county constituency, covering a much wider area; this constituency was abolished in 1997.
Thomas Stiles or Styles of Walton in the parish of Paston, Northamptonshire, was a captain in the Royalist army during the English Civil War. He was governor of Crowland in 1642–1643 and after a time as a prisoner, commander of a troop of horse based at Belvoir Castle.
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Duke of Westminster is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created by Queen Victoria in 1874 and bestowed upon Hugh Grosvenor, 3rd Marquess of Westminster. It is the most recent dukedom conferred on someone not related to the British royal family.
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There have been eleven Gordon Baronetcies :
There have been a number of creations of baronets with the surname Smith.
Sir Edward Acton, 1st Baronet was an English MP for Bridgnorth and High Sheriff of Shropshire, who supported Royalist cause during the English Civil War.
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Sir Thomas Frankland, 2nd Baronet, of Thirkleby Hall in Yorkshire, was an English Member of Parliament and Postmaster-General.
The Hales Baronetcy, is a title in the Baronetage of England. There were three Hales baronetcies. The oldest was created in 1611 for Edward Hales. He was a member of a Kent family. The second was created in 1660 for Robert Hales, MP for Hythe 1659, also of a Kent family. The third was created in 1660 for John Hales of Coventry, co. Warwick.
The Staples Baronetcy, of Lissan in the County of Tyrone, was a title in the Baronetage of Ireland. It was created on 18 July 1628 for Thomas Staples, who later served as High Sheriff of County Tyrone.
There have been three baronetcies created for persons with the surname Style, one in the Baronetage of Ireland and two in the Baronetage of England. Two of the creations were in favour of the same person. As of 2014 one creation is extant.
Thomas Cave may refer to:
Knowlton Court is a Grade I listed manor house near Goodnestone, Kent, England that dates back to the Elizabethan period. The present front façade in the Queen Anne style, was added in 1715.
Sir William Osborne, 8th Baronet, PC, MP was an Irish baronet and politician.
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The Trustees for the Establishment of the Colony of Georgia in America, or simply the Georgia Trustees, was organized by James Edward Oglethorpe and associates following Parliamentary investigations into prison conditions in Britain. The organization petitioned for a royal charter in July, 1731, which was signed by George II in April, 1732. After passing through government ministries, the charter reached the Trustees in June, 1732. Oglethorpe personally led the first group of colonist to the New World colony, departing England on November, 1732 and arriving at the site of present-day Savannah, Georgia on February 12, 1733 O.S. The founding of Georgia is celebrated on February 1, 1733 N.S., the date corresponding to the modern Gregorian calendar adopted after the establishment of the colony.
Thirkleby Hall was a large 18th-century country house in Great Thirkleby in the Hambleton hills of North Yorkshire. It was demolished in 1927.