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Topic: Thomas Bambridge


In the News (Sun 20 Apr 14)

  
  Fleet Prison - LoveToKnow 1911
It was this custom which made the Fleet prison long notorious for the cruelties inflicted on prisoners.
One purchaser of the office was of particularly evil repute, by name Thomas Bambridge, who in 1728 paid, with another, the sum of £3000 to John Huggins for the wardenship.
The liberties or rules of the Fleet were the limits within which particular prisoners were allowed to reside outside the prison walls on observing certain conditions.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Fleet_Prison   (624 words)

  
 William Samuel Bambridge, b: 1820 - Windsor,
Bambridge, Kathleen (30 MAR 1900 - 8 DEC 1979)
Bambridge, Sarah Ann Bambridge (MAR 1842 - 1907)
Bambridge, Sophia Esther (1 AUG 1846 - MAR 1876)
www.bambridge.org /famtree/ipb.htm   (369 words)

  
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Note for: Amelia Sophia Bambridge, JUN 1850 - Index
Note for: Mary Ann Bambridge, MAR 1852 - Index
Note for: Benjamin Robert Bambridge, DEC 1853 - Index
www.bambridge.org /famtree/np6.htm   (78 words)

  
 The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834
THOMAS BAMBRIDGE, THOMAS MURPHY, BENJAMIN WYNN, theft : burglary, 6th May, 1818.
THOMAS BAMBRIDGE, THOMAS MURPHY, and BENJAMIN WYNN were indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Julia Levene, widow, about nine o'clock in the night of the 28th of April, with intent to steal, and burglariously stealing therein, two pictures, value 18d., and one table-cloth, value 3s., her property.
Bambridge had a candle in his hand, I saw his face.
www.oldbaileyonline.org /html_units/1810s/t18180506-83.html   (564 words)

  
 Book 1, Ch. 20: George II to the rebellion of 1745 | British History Online
Oglethorpe, having been informed of shocking cruelties and oppressions exercised by goalers upon their prisoners, moved the house of commons for an examination into these iniquitous practices, and was chosen chairman of a committee appointed to inquire into the state of the goals in this kingdom.
A bill was brought in to disable Bambridge from executing the office of warden, for the better regulating the prison of the Fleet, and for more effectually preventing and punishing arbitrary and illegal practices of the warden of the said prison (fn.
The honour of carrying this noble design into execution, is due to Thomas Coram, captain of a trading vessel, who with unwearied diligence solicited the patronage of persons of quality and distinction; and at length obtained a royal charter for erecting an hospital for foundlings, dated October 17th 1738 (fn.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=46737   (8272 words)

  
 Pacific Magazine: FRENCH POLYNESIA: Bambridge Extended Family To Hold Tahiti Reunion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The organization of the reunion is the work of the Bambridge Family and Close Relatives Association, which was created a dozen years ago to track down as many living members of the family as possible.
The 12 Bambridge women married into the Coppenrath, Martin, Tevane, Adams, Cave and Bodin families, which were equally important as well as historic during the same epoch.
Besides a business success, the Bambridge name is also associated with music, sports, navigation and the general prosperity of the City of Papeete.
www.pacificislands.cc /news/2006/07/21/french-polynesia-bambridge-extended-family-to-hold-tahiti-reunion   (377 words)

  
 patrickmcgehee - pafn03 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
For many years, Thomas Mackgehee was called the "immigrant," and identified as James MacGregor, son of Patrick MacGregor and Marian McDonald of Auchatrichaton.
He supposedly changed his name to Thomas MackGehee in an attempt to hide his identity from the Crown.
Quite a number of researchers today think that Thomas was the son of the immigrant, not the immigrant himself.
home.comcast.net /~saraweaver01/patrickmc/pafn03.htm   (701 words)

  
 BOWLES, Thomas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Map of Africa with inset map of ‘...the rivers Sierra Leone and Sherbro.’ Thomas Brown was an Edinburgh Bookseller and Publisher of the late 18th and early 19th century.
Thomas Brown was an Edinburgh Bookseller and publisher of the late 18th and early 19th century.
Thomas Bambridge was a warder at the Fleet prison who was tried for cruelty to prisoners.
www.old-church-galleries.com /s_1793.asp   (6305 words)

  
 Biographical Memorials of James Oglethorpe eBook
“And that James Barnes, William Pindar, John Everett, and Thomas King were agents of, and accomplices with the said Thomas Bambridge in the commission of his said crimes.
Oglethorpe, by direction of the committee, it was unanimously resolved to address his Majesty that he would be graciously pleased to direct his Attorney General forthwith to prosecute, in the most effectual manner, the said Thomas Bambridge, John Higgins, James Barnes, William Pindar, John Everett, and Thomas King for their said crimes.
Oglethorpe’s motions, two bills were ordered to be brought in, one to disable Thomas Bambridge from holding or executing the office of Warden of the Prison of the Fleet, or to have or exercise any authority relating therein.
www.bookrags.com /ebooks/10677/146.html   (291 words)

  
 April 2nd
This title, as given to the king's eldest son, had been created originally as a measure of conciliation towards the Welsh, and it would be still more gratifying to that people when the House of Tudor came to the throne.
Little is said of the actions of the youthful prince, except that his good qualities became more and more developed, until the year 1501, when, in the month of November, Arthur, who had just completed his fifteenth year, was married with great ceremony to Catherine of Arragon, a Spanish princess, then in her eighteenth year.
Yet this wretch, probably by means of the cash he had accumulated in his cruel extortions, managed to escape justice, dying a few years afterwards, not as he might and ought to have done, at Tyburn, but by his own hands.
www.thebookofdays.com /months/april/2.htm   (4325 words)

  
 The Winthrop Society: Descendants of the Great Migration
The identities of Morris and Strickland can be determined, but Capt. Southcoate was either Richard or Thomas Southcoate of Dorchester, both of whom had petitioned earlier to be made Freemen.
At that same session, we note also that Thomas Dudley replaced the more conservative John Winthrop as Governor, and the powerful and persuasive Rev. John Cotton (among the second group of Freemen, below) was heard to speak on constitutional issues.
As was noted above, the Oath of 1631 was considered unreasonably demanding to many of the first settlers, and the Oath in 1634 was reworded to make allegiance binding to the Commonwealth, but not to the persons of the present government, and also allowed the oath-taker's conscience to bear in its interpretation.
www.winthropsociety.org /doc_freemen.php   (1089 words)

  
 RootsWeb: NORFOLK-L Thomas BAMBRIDGE (c)1801 (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Thomas Bambridge was tried on 6/5/1818 for theft and was sentenced to 7 years deportation then aged 17 yrs.
Thomas arrived in Australia the same year, served his time and obtained his certificate of freedom.
Thomas BAMBRIDGE (c)1801 by "Alastair and June Henderson" < >
newsarch.rootsweb.com.cob-web.org:8888 /th/read/NORFOLK/2003-02/1045178970   (190 words)

  
 triangle.com | Weddings
Thomas Carlyle Langley, and the late Dr. Robert Houston Davenport, junior.
Bambridge Nunnery of Portsmouth, Virginia, and the late Mr.
Ring bearers were Benjamin Watson Mills, Thomas Bambridge Mills, and John Tyler Mills, nephews of the groom, all of Hickory.Crucifer was William McPherson Spence, cousin of the bride, of Raleigh.
www.triangle.com /130/story/17710.html   (420 words)

  
 FT.com / Arts & Weekend - Unexpected fruit of the family tree   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
However, thanks to the fact that my great great great grandfather, Thomas Fowell ­Buxton, was made a baronet in 1840, their names are to be found in the snobs' reference book, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage.
Tegl had noticed that the deed was coming up to its 200th anniversary and magnanimously resolved to return it to the Buxton family, using Janet Bambridge as intermediary.
In 1806 Thomas Fowell Buxton (who was known as Fowell) had just come down from Trinity College Dublin with a good degree in law.
www.ft.com /cms/s/42397902-f212-11da-b78e-0000779e2340.html   (849 words)

  
 Thomas Bambridge (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
We are redefining online shopping to a new level of elegance.
Bambridge became warden of Fleet Prison in 1728.
He had paid, with another person, the sum of GBP5000 to John Huggins for the wardenship.
www.seattleluxury.com.cob-web.org:8888 /encyclopedia/entry/thomas_bambridge   (144 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "Thomas Kellner": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
See all pages with references to Thomas Kellner.
Thomas Kellner returned to his art studies at the University of Siegen in Germany for inspiration "I had studied the work of...
edu HENNING, Thomas KELLNER, Stephan AMPI for Astronomy, Heidelberg MPI for Astronomy, Heidelberg henning@mpia.de kellner@mpia.
www.amazon.com /phrase/Thomas-Kellner   (473 words)

  
 GeorgiaInfo - Carl Vinson Institute of Government
James Oglethorpe and the Gaols [Jails] Committee visited Fleet Prison, where they questioned warden Thomas Bambridge.
The committee order that Bambridge have the 15-pound irons removed from Rich.
James Oglethorpe is shown seated at the far left and has turned to question warden Bambridge (standing at the far left).
www.cviog.uga.edu /Projects/gainfo/tdgh-feb/feb27.htm   (1643 words)

  
 GENUKI: Hull Directory of Trades and Professions for 1834
Goldfinch Thomas Frederick (and ostrich feather) 4 Wellington mart
Raikes Thomas and Robert, jun. 12 Scale lane --- (draw on Curries and Co. London)
Earle George and Thomas (and Paris white and plaster of Paris) 44 High st
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/YKS/ERY/Hull/Hull34Dry.html   (2875 words)

  
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Upon the death of Roger Bigot, Earl of Norfolk, this manor came to King Edward I., and was given by King Edward II.
William Rookwood, Esquire, married Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Hales, brother of Sir Stephen Hales, and had a daughter, Mary (sister and co-heir of William Rookwood, Esquire; whose will was dated 21 October 1474 and was proved 8 November 1474).
Sir Thomas Hales was Vice-warden of the Cinque Ports and Clerk of the Green Cloth, and was given a pension until he could be provided for in office.
www.hales.org /NSV7N3.htm   (6782 words)

  
 Amazon.com: "William Bambridge": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Popularization and Institutional Changes / 201 clinics, which Rodney Stark and William Bambridge (1985) refer to as client cults, are based on fees for service.
The photograph was probably taken two days after his death by William Bambridge.
In England the photographers included William Bambridge, Leonida Caldesi, Joseph Cundall, Philip Delamotte, Robert Howlett, Frederick Molini, Gustave Rejlander and Charles Thurston Thompson.
www.amazon.com /phrase/William-Bambridge   (571 words)

  
 State of the gaols in this Kingdom
House of Commons.Committee Appointed to Enquire into the State of the Gaols of this Kingdom...
Hughes, concerning Thomas Bambridge, late Warden of Fleet, prisoner in Newgate Inquires into allegations that Sir Robert Eyre, Lord Chief Justice of his Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, had visited Thomas Bambridge, imprisoned at Newgate.
The Committee had received information that Eyre has visited Bambridge, former Warden of the Fleet, now imprisoned, and supplied him with money.
www.bopcris.ac.uk /bop1700/ref14456.html   (130 words)

  
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Description: 'Bambridge on Trial for Murder by a Committee of the House of Commons', 1803.
The Gaols Committee chairman James Oglethorpe is on the far left, seated, and questioning the prison warden Thomas Bambridge.
He uncovered appalling living conditions, and acts of cruelty by the wardens, hence the questioning of Bambridge.
www.museumoflondon.org.uk /piclib/pages/bigpicture.asp?id=935   (192 words)

  
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High Chancellor, and afterwards Archbishop of Canterbury, affected on all occasions to oppose and to be independent of the court.
This reign is memorable for the discovery of the north-east passage to Archangel, made by Richard Chalinour, till then unknown, and since become the common passage from Asia into Europe.
For these and the like barbarities, Thomas Bambridge, the Warden, and several of his accomplices, were committed to Newgate.
www.jpaulmorrison.com /museum/p10.htm   (10108 words)

  
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Watson 0387 ARMITAGE Thomas 0507 ARMITAGE Thomas 0475 ARMITAGE Thos.
J 0027 Arthur 0792 ARTHUR James 1008 ARTHUR Thomas 1042 ARTHUR Thomas 0732 ARUNDALE J 0760 ARUNDALE Jno.
Thomas 1119 BROGDON Thomas 1162 BROGDON Thomas 1151 BROGDON Thos.
www.british-genealogy.com /acdb/bindexes/0023.txt   (13060 words)

  
 rea genealogy - pafn456 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The wording is however unclear as to whether it was her or Francis McWilliam (Mulligan) who did so.
Wife of Francis Mulligan and mother of Cathrine McWilliam (Mulligan) The Rea family genealogy is ambigous but it would appear that she was widowed and remarried Joseph Dickson, solicitor, of Ballyvally House, Bambridge, County Down and had
Charles Beaumont was in born Bucknell, Shropshire in 1840.
members.cox.net /garyrea/pafn456.htm   (766 words)

  
 GeorgiaInfo - Carl Vinson Institute of Government
After having asked that the neck iron on one prisoner -- Sir William Rich -- be taken off on Feb. 27, the committee found that warden Thomas Bambridge had not only put the neck iron back on Rich, but added two extra sets of the 15-pound irons.
On the 28th, they demanded to see Rich again and found him in great pain, his arms and legs swollen.
In Richmond County, Gertrude Thomas, who loved to read and write, discovered a way to help herself with these activities, as she recorded in her journal:
www.cviog.uga.edu /Projects/gainfo/tdgh-feb/feb28.htm   (1430 words)

  
 Cathedral of Saint John the Divine   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Heins and Lafarge's work meets Cram and Fergusons portion at the unfinished Guastavino vaulted crossing, whose southern transept is the Greek Revival shell of the 1840 Leake and Watts Orphanage.
Suspended during World War II, construction recommenced on the unfinished Cathedral in 1979 under the supervision of the British stonemason James Bambridge.
In keeping with the Cathedral's contemporary role as a social institution, the work took the form of a community development project.
www.nyu.edu /classes/finearts/nyc/morningside/cathedral.html   (367 words)

  
 Ozaukee County Wisconsin - Administrative Committee Minutes - 1999
Barbara Blumenfield, Thomas Meaux, Bambridge Peterson, Christopher Chinault, Robert Elliott and Patrick Thompson appeared for an interview.
Following completion of the above interviews, all individual ratings were reviewed and two of the individuals were selected for a second interview on Saturday.
Patrick Thompson and Thomas Meaux appeared for a second interview.
www.co.ozaukee.wi.us /minutes/1999/administrative.html   (3532 words)

  
 Bainbridge Family Genealogy Forum
George Thomas Bainbridge Family - Karen Bainbridge 11/19/01
Re: George Thomas Bainbridge Family - Karen Bainbridge 11/20/01
Thomas Bainbridge, Panora Iowa - Lee White 7/27/01
genforum.genealogy.com /bainbridge   (958 words)

  
 Bambrick Family History Links
In 1603 Henry, Hugh and Thomas Bambrick were among a number of Irishmen of Co. Leix obtaining "pardons".
Reid BAMBRIDGE died 8 Dec 1889 at age 22 yrs of rupture of large blood vessel of lungs.
I am not sure where this is but one page uses as its source Tullamore Her) by Tony Bambrick (originally of Stradbally), head master at a school in Portarlington, and shared with me in hopes of our finding our connection.
www.secretgeek.net /bambrick/index.asp   (4296 words)

  
 Gale . The Making of the Modern World . Title Lists . List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
An Account of the deaths by destitution & starvation of the four children of Thomas Hardy, weaver, of Baguley, in the Altringham Union...
An account of the many and great loans, benefactions & charities, belonging to the City of Coventry, to which is annexed, a copy of the decretal order, of the Court of chancery, relating to the memorable charity of Sir Thomas White.
Bambridge's case against the bill now depending, to disable him to hold or execute the office of Warden of the prison of the fleet, or to have or exercise any authority relating thereto
www.gale.com /cgi-bin/creative/mome/order.pl?type=social   (11888 words)

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