The Parliamentary History of the County of Hereford; Including the City of Hereford, and the Boroughs of Leominster, Weobley, Bromyard, Ledbury, and Ross. from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, 1213-1896, Comprising Lists of the

The Parliamentary History of the County of Hereford; Including the City of Hereford, and the Boroughs of Leominster, Weobley, Bromyard, Ledbury, and Ross. from the Earliest Times to the Present Day, 1213-1896, Comprising Lists of the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ...of 10 June been apprehended b7 Sir George Charn0ck's Deputies, on 2 Aug. for supposed breach of the Marquis of Worcester's privilege in the lordship of Chepstow, brought 120 miles in custody, made to pay Sir George 40, and enter into 200 bond for his appearance this season. He prays to be released. 10 Dec., "Rogers released on begging pardon and paying his fees." (Hist. M.S. Comm. Report 7.) Roger Bosworth, a popular physician at Hereford, the son of Richard B. of Woolhope, was lessee of Haughwood and other lands in Woolhope and Fownhope, made Doctor Regio Beneficio 31 Jan. 1643, created M.D. Bras. Coll. Oxon. 4 March 1643, was a Sequestration Commr. for Hereford, M.P. Jan to April 1659, and April till his death Nov. 1660. He is said to have been Knighted by Charles II, 1660, and was of kin to Edw. Bosworth D.C.L. Oxon. 1643, and brother to Rev. Edw. B., vicar of Yarkhill 1651, Canon of Hereford 1667-79. 1660. April 10. Roger Bosworth. Herbert Westfaling. Eldest son of Herbert W. of Mansell Gamage (who d. 28 April 1673, son of Herbert W. of Rudhall, H.S. 1618, who d. 1638, ) and great grandson of Herbert W. Bishop of Hereford 1585-1602, (son of Herbert of Westphalia, Germany, ) ent. Gray's Inn 14 Nov. 1653, m. 1650 Ann dau. of Sir Thomas Edwards Bt. (He or his father was an intended Knight of the Royal Oak 1660, having an estate of 800 a year.) He was M.P. Hereford April to Dect. 1660, 1661-79, one of the Common Council 28 April 1682, Mayor 1683, had a pension of 200 a year from the Crown in 1677, presented to Linton 1703, and d. at Rudhall 1705. His election and petition in 1661 cost 1200. He was a person of extraordinary good nature, and paid 1000 for his relative Roger...show more

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