Document ReferencePw2 Hy 1014
TitleLetter from William Thomas; n.d. [c.1710-1719]
Date1711-1719 (c)
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionRequests, on behalf of the Lord Treasurer, that a buck be killed for the judges (and others) when they go to Hereford; says that he called at Lord Dupplin's and 'they are all well'.

Note on verso contains brief biographical details of Nathaniell Stephens of Eshington.

This document is undated; the date provided is based on internal evidence.
Termanimals, deer, slaughter of

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA29755Hay; Thomas (-1719); 7th Earl of Kinnoull; cr. Viscount of Dupplin 1697; succ. his cousin as Earl of Kinnoull 1709-1719
NA29847Stephens; Nathaniel (1623-); of Eshington1623-
NA29757Thomas; William (-1764); Steward of Robert Harley 1st Earl of Oxford since the 1690s and was a friend of Edward Harley, the earl’s son and successor. On 11 February 1720/1 (today’s 1721) he was appointed steward of the latter’s Marybone (sic) estate in London, which had passed to Edward, Lord Harley, upon his marriage on 31 August 1713 to the Lady Henrietta Cavendishe Holles, a well-connected heiress. William Thomas died aged 88 on 30 November 1764.-1764
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