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UK, Navy Lists for 1958
UK, Navy Lists for 1958
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1960
UK, Navy Lists for 1960
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1960
UK, Navy Lists for 1960
 
 
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UK, Navy Lists for 1962
UK, Navy Lists for 1962
 
 
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Vice Adm. Jasper 1820-1901 & Elizabeth Selwyn
Vice Adm. Jasper 1820-1901 & Elizabeth Selwyn
 
 
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Walter Selwyn
Walter Selwyn
 
 
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Wedding procession for Lucy Selwyn and Quintin Hoare
Wedding procession for Lucy Selwyn and Quintin Hoare
 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn
Will of Jasper Selwyn
Proved 1733 in Frampton on Severn 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1691
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1691
Proved in Frampton on Severn 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1778
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1778
Proved in Frampton on Severn 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Proved in Whitminster 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Proved in Whitminster 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Proved in Whitminster 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Will of Jasper Selwyn 1788
Proved in Whitminster 
 
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Will of Jasper Selwyn of Matson
Will of Jasper Selwyn of Matson
Proved in 1635

From William Bazeley's "Some Records of Matson"

Jasper Selwyn died in 1634, and was buried at Matson. His monument describes him as 'Counsellor at law and one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Gloucester.' From his will, which I have examined at the Gloucester Probate Court, it appears that he left his plate and other moveables to his daughters, Margaret, Sarah, and Dorothy, and certain fittings of the house, which he describes as 'wainscot and glass,' to his son William, stipulating that his widow, whom he makes his sole executrix, should have the use of them during her life-time. The will is a very short one, and more than half of it is a solemn declaration of his Christian faith. Margaret Selwyn survived her husband only two years. 
 
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Will of Margaret Nourse
Will of Margaret Nourse
Proved 1715 in Gloucester 
 
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Will of Sarah Selwyn 1802
Will of Sarah Selwyn 1802
Proved in Whitminster 
 
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Will of William Selwyn
Will of William Selwyn
 
 
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Will of William Selwyn
Will of William Selwyn
 
 
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Will of William Selwyn 1749
Will of William Selwyn 1749
Proved at Cam 
 
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William Marshall Selwyn
William Marshall Selwyn
 
 
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William Marshall Selwyn
William Marshall Selwyn
 
 
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William Marshall Selwyn and wife Dorothy
William Marshall Selwyn and wife Dorothy
 
 
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William Marshall Selwyn, name on roll of rectors of Bath  abbey
William Marshall Selwyn, name on roll of rectors of Bath abbey
 
 
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William Selwyn (1806-1875), DD, Lady Margaret Professor (1855-1875), Canon of Ely
William Selwyn (1806-1875), DD, Lady Margaret Professor (1855-1875), Canon of Ely
by George Richmond 
 
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William Selwyn, QC as a young man
William Selwyn, QC as a young man
 
 
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William Selwyn. Esq. QC
William Selwyn. Esq. QC
Treasurer of Lincolns Inn
1775 - 1855
by
George Romney 
 
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Window in Matson House, Gloucester
Window in Matson House, Gloucester
The text reads :-

The notches in this window sill were cut by the future Kings Charles II and James II in their boyhood, when they were living in Matson House with their father King Charles I during the siege of Gloucester by the Royal troops in August 1643.
 
 
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Winnifred Emily Carus Selwyn
Winnifred Emily Carus Selwyn
 
 

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