2 edition of Case of Sir Jacob Astley, of Melton Constable in found in the catalog.
Case of Sir Jacob Astley, of Melton Constable in
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords.
|Contributions||Astley, Jacob, baron Hastings, 1797-1859., Hastings Barony.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||47|
The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth; With Charleston and Southtown Volume 2 [Palmer, Charles John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth; With Charleston and Southtown Volume 2. 4. Sir Jacob Astley, Bart. and Thomas Coke were elected. 5. Hoxton is now in the "London Borough of Hackney" but was in Shoreditch Parish at this time. 6. There were more than 3, voters at this election. 7. Occupations of all voters are available in the other poll book for this year produced by R. Bacon but he excluded occupiers.
The Church (St. Peter,) stands half a mile from the house, and was a single pile, till Sir Jacob Astley, in , built a neat chapel, with a vault under it, on the south side. The tower, which is square, stands between the nave and chancel, and has three bells. creation. John Hastings was summoned to Parliament as Lord Hastings in He was the son of Henry de Hastings, who had been created Baron Hastings by Simon de Montfort in Since the first Baron's title does not appear to have been recognised by the King, although his son John Hastings is sometimes referred to as the second Baron Hastings, the majority of historians enumerate John.
To "my welbeloved cosin Sir Jacob Astley Kt" if alive, but if dead to Elizabeth his daughter if liveing and 21 years of age. Otherwise to the eldest child of Sir Jacob then living Markes To "my cosen Anne Bridges or Agnes Bridges by what name soever shee bee called whoe is neece to my wife. Perhaps the most impressive (and remarkable) surviving example is that of Melton Constable Hall, Norfolk, dating from the s. The architect of the now grade-I listed house is unconfirmed, particularly as there are no known drawings, but it is thought that the owner, Sir Jacob Astley, may have designed it .
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On 7 September of the same year on the death of his paternal uncle Sir Isaac Astley, 1st Baronet, he inherited the estates of Hill Morton, Warwickshire and Melton Constable, and in the Maidstone, Kent estates of his cousin Jacob Astley, 3rd Baron Astley of Reading.
In he commenced the building of the present Melton Constable Hall. Sir Jacob Henry Astley, 5th Baronet (12 September – 28 April ) was an English landowner and Member of Parliament.
Life. He was the third son of Sir Edward Astley, 4th Baronet of Melton Constable and Rhoda Delaval, daughter of Francis Blake Delaval of Seaton Delaval, attended Westminster School and Trinity College, Cambridge. On 14 January he married Hester Preceded by: Thomas Coke and John Wodehouse, Bt.
The Astley Baronetcy, of Melton Constable in the County of Norfolk, was created in the Baronetage of England on 21 January for Isaac Astley. The title became extinct on his death in The Astley Baronetcy, of Case of Sir Jacob Astley in the County of Warwick, was created in the Baronetage of England on 25 June for Jacob Astley, nephew of the.
Sir Edward Astley He married Rhoda Delaval in and so joined the two families. His son Jacob inherited the Astley Estate on his death inand the Delaval Estate on the death of Edward Delaval in Sir Jacob Astley He lived at Melton Constable, of Melton Constable in book he left Delaval Hall in the care of servants.
MELTON CONSTABLE Near Thetford, Norfolk – Lord Hastings. This estate first came into the possession of the family of Lord Hastings by the marriage of Thomas, Lord Astley, with Editha, sister and co-heiress of Sir Robert Constable, Knight, the then owner.
The present mansion was erected, in or about the yearby Sir Jacob Astley. Notables of this surname at this time include: Sir Jacob Astley, Lord Astley (), English Royalist, the second son of Isaac Astley of Melton Constable, Norfolk.
"During the first civil war Astley is a notable figure. He was among those 'hurt' at Edgehill (13 Oct. ) He commanded a division at the siege of Gloucester.
Sir Jacob Astley, the Royalist Commander in the English Civil War, is famous for his prayer on the battlefield of Edgehill: “O Lord, Thou knowest how busy I must be this day; if I forget Thee, do not Thou forget me”.
Sources: Melton Constable Parish Council Goods Shed Project – Application for Enabling Funding. Wikipedia. Literary Norfolk. Isaac, lord Astley, dying inwas buried near his father, leaving his son, Jacob lord Astley, his successor, who dying, s. inwas buried at Maidstone, and the barony became extinct, but this castle, manor, and advowson, came, among the rest of his entailed lands, to Sir Jacob Astley, bart.
of Melton Constable, in Norfolk. Thomas Lord Astley, who married the sister and co-heiress of Sir Robert Constable, was the great ancestor of this family, and was killed at the battle of Evesham, in Sir Jacob Astley, who died inwas created Baron Astley of Reading, by Charles I., and was one of the first and last in the service of that monarch; but was totally.
Sir Thomas L'Estrange, 5th Bt., of Hunstanton,co. Norfolk (dsp. 8 Nov ), mar. 27 Jul his cousin twice removed Anne Calthorpe (d. ), dau. of Sir Christopher Calthorpe, of East Barsham, by his wife Dorothy Spring, dau.
of Sir William Spring, 1st Bt., of Packenham, by his wife Elizabeth Le Strange1 st dau. of Sir Hamon Le Strange, of.
Edward Delaval Henry Astley was born in at Melton Constable. His family owned a large House, and several thousand acres of land in Norfolk. The barony goes back to the s, when Sir John Hastings was summoned to Parliament as Lord Hastings.
The title became dormant inand eventually fell into abeyance. The rectory, valued in the King's Book at £6, and inat £, has annexed to it that of Burgh-Parva, in the patronage of Lord Hastings, and incumbency of the Rev.
Caleb Elwin, A.M. It has about 35A. of glebe, and was augmented, inwith £, given by Sir Jacob Astley, and £ of Queen Anne's bounty, vested in land at Briston.
The model was built in the s to show Sir Jacob Astley and his family what their new house would look like. Melton Constable Hall is a grade 1 listed building which isn’t open to the public. It is famous as the location of the film ‘The Go-Between’ which is a film I’ve never seen.
Full text of "Norfolk lists from the reformation to the present time; comprising lists of lord lieutenants, baronets, high sheriffs, and members of Parliament, of the county of Norfolk; bishops, deans, chancellors, archdeacons, prebendaries, members of Parliament, mayors, sheriffs, recorders, & stewards, of the city of Norwich; members of Parliament and mayors of the boroughs of Yarmouth, Lynn.
ASTLEY, Sir JACOB, Lord Astley (–), royalist, was the second son of Isaac Astley of Melton Constable, Norfolk. From the age of nineteen he served with reputation in the Netherlands under the Counts Maurice and Henry, and subsequently under the.
Eventually, inthe House of Lords ruled in favour of Sir Jacob Astley, 6th Bt, being the 16th Lord Hastings. party with hundreds of friends and tenants at Melton Constable. Melton Constable Church. The church contains a number of memorials to the Astley family. Sir Jacob Astley, the Royalist commander, is famous for his prayer on the battlefield at Edgehill: 'O Lord, Thou knowest how busy I must be this day; if I forget Thee, do not Thou forget me.' More photographs of Melton Constable.
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The Poll Book contains the following information: CANDIDATES. VOTES. SIR JACOB HENRY ASTLEY, Bart.} of Melton Constable.} THOMAS WILLIAM COKE, Esq.} of Holkham.} The Hon.
JOHN WODEHOUSE,} of Witton Park.} Norwich: PRINTED AND SOLD BY STEVENSON AND MATCHETT. The model was built in the s to show Sir Jacob Astley and his family what their new house would look like. Melton Constable Hall is a grade 1 listed building which isn’t open to the public. It is famous as the location of the film ‘The Go-Between’ which is a film I’ve never seen!.
Summary. A nationally important late 17th century country house built for Sir Jacob Astley. The house is built in the Domestic Classical style influenced by architecture in the Netherlands and was probably completed in aboutand the main block is of red brick with stone and stucco dressings.
The Hall has pedimented windows and dormer windows and a central portico with a coat-of-arms and.SIR JACOB ASTLEY, Bt. SIR EDMUND BACON, Bt.
Main Article. At the beginning of this period the principals in the county were the Whig Sir Henry Hobart, 4th Bt., of Blickling and the Tory Sir Jacob Astley, 1st Bt., of Melton Constable.
The other leading interests were in eclipse or decline: among the Whigs the Townshends were represented by a.In the same month he was a Commissioner to preserve the truce with France,[Footnote: Carte's Gascon Rolls, ii.
'Calend. Rot, Patent, p. ] and in was made Constable of the Tower of London for life.[In July Sir Thomas de Gyssyng, Knight, bequeathed to Sir Thomas Morieux a hauberk of steel, and appointed him one of his executors.