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  William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey Bt (1859 - 10 December 1940), was an English shipping magnate.
In 1876 at the age of seventeen, he was sent to Chicago by his father Samuel Vestey, a provisioner of Liverpool, England.
Vestey was made a Baronet [1] on 21 June 1913 and Baron Vestey on 20 June 1922.
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 Derek Vestey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Derek Vestey, 2nd Baronet (June 4, 1914 – June 30, 2005) was a nephew of William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey, founder of the Vestey Group.
"Vestey family interests are brought out of cold storage", The Times, August 11, 1999.
Derek Vestey obituary from The Daily Telegraph, July 5, 2005
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In order to understand the purport and effect of this charter of William de Rodevode, it is necessary to learn something of the topography of the district round Penistone, to which it relates ; and to locate, on a modern J ordnance map, the several places to which it specifically refers.
Quit claim (Lat), dated at Bradfeld, by William Tyling to William, son of Richard Elkocks and his heirs and assigns; of all right and claim etc in two crofts, with buildings and all appurtenances, lying in the territories of WestmorighaIghe; between le Farleigh Broke on the north and land of the said William.
By those presents the said William and Thomas their heirs or assigns were to pay annually to thesaid William his heirs or assigns, eight pence ; at the feasts of Pentecost and Saint Martin in winter, by equal portions.
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William Heberden the younger, physician to the king, 1815—20.
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 Shapwick | British History Online
In 1599 Sir John Spencer bought the freehold from the Crown, to be held of the honor of Hampton Court, (fn.
William of Fairesway's was said to have been that granted to Henry of Fairesway by Abbot Michael of Amesbury (abbot 1235-52) which by 1260 had passed to Peter of Tuxwell.
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 thePeerage.com - Isabella FitzGibbon and others
She was the daughter of John FitzGibbon, 1st Earl of Clare and Anne Whaley.
He was the son of John FitzGibbon, 1st Earl of Clare and Anne Whaley.
William Howarth Vestey was the son of Samuel Vestey, 2nd Baron Vestey.
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 The Baron's Column: October 2005 Archives
My father was sure that it was the 9th Baron to whom she may have been reconciled, or was it one her many dusky admirers, perhaps the mulatto Colonel Mackay, of whom she was particularly fond.
One such was the 9th Baron who set sail with his wife and retinue for the West Indies to invest in tobacco and sugar.
The Baron refreshed by many a rum punch made free with a dusky maid and there is supposed to be a whole clan of “Trollee” in Kingston, Jamaica.
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 thePeerage.com - David Mitchell and others
William Howarth Vestey, son of Samuel Vestey, 2nd Baron Vestey, on 27 September 1939.
In 1955 she was granted the rank of a Baron's widow.
She was the daughter of William Eure, 2nd Lord Eure.
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 1001 Club - Incomplete Membership List
Patricia Buckley, sister of William F. Buckley, was the other co-chairman of the event.
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 Category:Peers
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 Vestey Group - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blue Star was finally sold to PandO Nedlloyd for 60,000,000 GBP in 1998, although most of the refrigerated ships were retained by Vestey's Albion Reefers subsidiary, which later merged with Hamburg Sud to form Star Reefers, finally sold off in July 2001.
The Vestey Group had acquired a large amount of land in Australia, and using the Australian Aborigional people as cheap labour.
In March 2006, Vestey Group reached an agreement with the Venezuelan government in respect of a dispute over the ownership and productivity of its farms.
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 William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
William Vestey (1859 - 10 December 1940) (later 1st Lord Vestey), was an English shipping magnate.
During World War I the company he founded with his brother, the Blue Star Line (now known as Vestey Group), was a major supplier of Argentine beef to England, and it was for this service to the wartime provisioning of England that William Vestey was made a Baron.
Made Baronet[1] (http://www.hereditarytitles.com) on 21/6/1913 and Baron on 20/6/1922.
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 Colonist 1889 - 1912   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Genial ‘Tom’ Forister was steward on the various boats owned by late Capt William Irving that formally plied on the Fraser, including the Moody, Maria, Governor Douglas, Reliance, Onward and Wilson G Hunt, the latter craft now resting in the boneyard on the beach in the upper harbor.
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 Price list for original oil paintings
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 PEHI - Project for the Exposure of Hidden Institutions - 1001 Club membership list
The elder William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, the 1st Lord Beaverbrook, became a stockbroker and by 1910 had made a fortune from Canadian cement mills.
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Vestey was made a Baronet [http://www.hereditarytitles.com] on 21 June 1913 and '''Baron Vestey''' on 20 June 1922.
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 Science Fair Projects - William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey
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Sir William Vestey, 1st Baron Vestey Bt (1859 - 10 December 1940) (later 1st Lord Vestey), was an English shipping magnate.
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 World Ship Society Publication History
Although a relative newcomer -- Vestey Brothers bought their first ship in 1909 and set up the Blue Star Line Ltd. in 1912 -- the enterprise has thrived when many an older concern has failed.
Beginning with the SUSAN GRAY in 1863 it traces the fleet's fortunes through the sacrifices of two world wars, through the ups and downs of the tramp trade until it finally succumbed in 1974, when it was sold to become Burnett Chapman Ship Management Ltd., part of the Federal Commerce and Navigation Group.
They went from strength to strength and were taken over by William Cory & Sons after the First World War and then focused on the business of tugs, barges and bunkering.
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 Cheltenham Racecourse - Racing News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
One William Hill punter had a £4,000 double yesterday on Azertyuiop at 6-4 and Keen Leader at SP in the Royal and SunAlliance Novices' Chase (2.35), so he has £10,000 running on that favourite.
On arriving at the racecourse, Lord Vestey, Chairman of the Steeplechase Company, will welcome Her Majesty to the Royal Box and accompany The Queen onto the balcony facing the racecourse for the National Anthem and the raising of the Royal Standard.
At 12:20pm, in what is sure to be a poignant moment in the winner's enclosure, Her Majesty will unveil a sculpture of the Queen Mother by Angela Conner, commissioned by the Duke of Devonshire.
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 The Biggest Secret - Chapter 18
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On 1st April 2005, the city of Glasgow announced that it was to commission a piece of bagpipe music from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and establish a four year bursary to commemorate the marriage of HRH The Prince of Wales and Mrs Parker Bowles.
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 PASPCR Newsletter Vol 6 #3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
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 Bilderberg 2003 -Versailles, Paris, France, 15th to 18th May 2003
Bilderberg is made up of central bankers, press barons, government ministers, prime ministers and royalty, the most powerful people in the western world, and always takes place close to the G8 meeting one or two weeks before it.
In the process, Lord Black became a throwback press baron who lived lavishly on Park Avenue, in Palm Beach and in London and was at ease in the most prominent salons in the world.
His French cousin Baron David de Rothschild, 60, the new executive chairman, will merge the French bank's assets into a new entity called Concordia that will be domiciled in the Netherlands and owned equally by the French and English Rothschilds.
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 PEER PRESSURE
The 4th Baron Forres is an alderman, noted expert on Australian agriculture and patron of international exhibitions; the 3rd Baron Vestey is Master of the Horse, but has also previously chaired important charities and trade associations.
As if the Robinson and Vestey names were not enough, Sir Samuel Waring, chairman of the department store Waring and Gillow, was accused in the House of Commons of war profiteering.
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