Vernon, Edward, 1684-1757

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Epithet: cabinet-maker, of London

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Epithet: of the Egyptian Society

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Epithet: DD, Rector of St George's, Bloomsbury

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Epithet: Reverend; Rector of Redmile

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Epithet: Colonel; of Stowe MS 200

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British naval officer.

From the description of Vernon-Wager papers, 1654-1773. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79452756

Epithet: of Sloane MS 856

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referencedIn COMMONPLACE-BOOK belonging to, and for the most part in the hand of, Edward Vernon, D.D., of Trinity College, Cambridge, Rector of St. George's, Bloomsbury (ob. 1761). The contents are:-(1) "A brief account of the nature, end and use of chronology." ... British Library
referencedIn Plan de la baye de Cartagene dans l'Amérique. University of Michigan, William Clements Library
referencedIn ESSEX PAPERS. Vol. I. (ff. 493). Jan.-Dec. 1672. 1. Warrants to send troops from the " army of Ireland " into England, under command of Richard, Lord Le Power; Whitehall, 1, 3 Aug. 1672. ff. 96, 102. 2. Letters from the Bishops of Derry and Down and ... British Library
referencedIn Washington Irving's Life of George Washington, Volume I, Miscellany, 1745-1856. Cornell University Library
creatorOf Vernon, Edward, 1684-1757. Vernon-Wager papers, 1654-1773. Library of Congress
referencedIn Hart, Francis Russell, 1868-1938. Francis Russell Hart collection, 1573-1830; 1922-1936. Library of Congress
referencedIn James Douglas papers, Douglas, James, papers, 1738-1850, 1738-1787 William L. Clements Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Vol. VI. (ff. 235). 1703-1759. 1. T[homas] M[adox], antiquary, to Edward Floyde [Lhwyd], "at the Museum in Oxford," ending "There is nobody yet appointed Keeper of the Cotton-Library, nor any salary settled on that place,"; London, 18 Feb. 1702 [3]. ... British Library
referencedIn COLLECTION of State papers, letters, and miscellaneous documents, many of which relate to the Civil War and the affairs of the Commonwealth; 1564-1760. The letters at the end relate to literature and kindred subjects, and several of them are addresse... British Library
referencedIn "LIBER CENSUALIS Gulielmi Primi pro Statfordscire"; or Domesday Book for Staffordshire, transcribed by Edward Vernon, D.D., in 1754 (cf. No. 816 above). At the end is an alphabetical list of the modern names of places. Paper; ff. 26. Belonged, in 176... British Library
creatorOf "THE PAROCHIAL ANTIQUITIES of Staffordshire"; written about 1745 (see f. 6) by Thomas Loxdale, Rector of Tixall. With an index and a few notes added by Edward Vernon, D.D. The work is noticed in Sir Thomas Clifford's Description of Tixall, Paris, 181... British Library
creatorOf MINUTE-BOOK OF THE EGYPTIAN SOCIETY, kept until 28 May 1742 by the Rev. Jeremiah Milles, as 'Reis Effendi', and from 5 Nov. by the Rev. Richard Pococke; 11 Dec. 1741-16 Apr. 1743. Partly Greek and Latin. Preceded (ff. 1-2) by a drawing of a sistrum a... British Library
referencedIn WILLIAM BURTON'S Description of Leicestershire, interleaved and illustrated with numerous manuscript notes, by Edward Vernon, D.D., Rector of St. George's, Bloomsbury, and formerly Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, who died in 1761. Folio. [10,12... British Library
referencedIn Great Britain. Public Record Office. Admiralty records concerning the War of Jenkins Ear [manuscript], 1741-1744. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Extra-illustrated Life of Nollekens, 1708-1875, 1768-1836 Yale Center for British Art
referencedIn BLENHEIM PAPERS. Vol. CCXLVI (ff. 160+i). Receipt-book for domestic expenses, kept by Marlborough and his wife Sarah, 7 Apr. 1677-21 March 1690; at the end, reversing the volume (ff. 151b-153b), are accounts by Marlborough, as captain in the Admiralt... British Library
referencedIn ESSEX PAPERS. Vol. VII. (ff. 338). Sept.-Dec. 1674. 1. Letters from Sir William Temple, enclosing news of the campaign between the Confederates and the French, etc.; the Hague, 13 Sept., 12 Oct., 13 Nov. 1674. ff. 4, 104, 106, 169, 171. 2. Warrant fo... British Library
creatorOf Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Copies of parliamentary papers, 1620-1725 [manuscript], ca. 1725. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Vol. VI. (ff. 235). 1703-1759. 1. T[homas] M[adox], antiquary, to Edward Floyde [Lhwyd], "at the Museum in Oxford," ending "There is nobody yet appointed Keeper of the Cotton-Library, nor any salary settled on that place,"; London, 18 Feb. 1702 [3]. ... British Library
referencedIn TRANSCRIPT of Domesday Book, so far as it relates to Derbyshire; with an identification of the names of places (f 34), in the hand of Edw. Vernon, D.D., rector of St. George's, Bloomsbury, London (ob. 1761). Paper; ff. 34. XVIIIth cent. Folio.Edward ... British Library
referencedIn Compositions, 1882-1912 and undated. Houghton Library.
referencedIn "A SURVEY of Staffordshire," by Sampson Erdeswicke. The printed edition of 1723, interleaved, with numerous additions in the hand of Edward Vernon, D.D. (cf. No. 816 above). Between the introduction and the first page of the "Survey" (f. 13) is inser... British Library
creatorOf Douglas family. James Douglas papers, 1738-1850, bulk 1738-1787. University of Michigan, William Clements Library
referencedIn Houghton Library printed book provenance file, R-Z, and unidentified. Houghton Library.
referencedIn ESSEX PAPERS. VOL. IX. (ff. 462). June-Dec. 1675. 1. Account of the quarrel between the Lords and Commons, by Francis, Lord Aungier; London, 5 June, 1675. f 21. 2. Warrant to audit the accompts of Lord Ranelagh and his partners, as farmers of the Rev... British Library
referencedIn Charles II of England: Register of writs of Privy Seal, royal warrants and other State papers.Sir Edward Walker, Garter King at Arms: Warrant to, for augmentation of the arms of F. Wolfe: 1660.Sir John Nicholas, Clerk of the Privy Council: Register o... British Library
referencedIn (VIII. ff. 335). Jan. 1759-Oct. 1760.includes:f. 1 Richard Brock: Lawsuit: 1759. ff. 6-53 Charles Wyndham, 2nd Earl of Egremont: Lawsuits: 1750-1760. ff. 6-53 Hugh Percy, 1st Duke of Northumberland; formerly Smithson: Lawsuits: 1757 -1768. ff. 6-... British Library
referencedIn BRIEF NOTES for a history of Derbyshire by Edward Vernon, D.D. (see No. 816, above). Paper; ff 28. XVIIIth cent. Presented to Thomas Astle (f. 3) by Dr. Vernon's niece and executrix, Mrs. Mary Yates, 1762. Folio.Edward Vernon, DD, Rector of St George... British Library
referencedIn (XXV. ff. 101). 1 Mar.-19 Nov. 1756.includes:f. 1 William Beere: Suit v. Clapp: 1756. f. 4 James Sufflee: Suit v. Arde: 1756. f.5 City of Aberdeen: College of New Aberdeen v. Mitchel: 1756. f. 6 b Crews: Suit v. Crews: 1756. f. 6 b Israel Jallabe... British Library
referencedIn (VI. ff. 191). 25 Oct. 1740-25 June, 1741.includes:f. 2 John Spicer: Suit v. Edwards: 1740. f. 2 Bank of England: Notes of suits: 1728-1751. f. 2 Mary Bertie, 2nd wife of Montagu, 2nd Earl of Abingdon: Suits v. Edwards, etc.: 1740. f.2 Thomas Osbo... British Library
referencedIn Plan de l'attaque de Porto Bello par l'Amiral Vernon. University of Michigan, William Clements Library
referencedIn ESSEX PAPERS. Vol. III. (ff. 339). May-Aug. 1673. 1. Minutes of Orders in Council for sending English farthings to Ireland; Whitehall, 4 July, 13 Aug. 1673. ff. 168, 295 2. Surrenders of his several commissions by James, Duke of York, 15 June, 1673; ... British Library
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correspondedWith Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, Baron, 1717-1797 person
correspondedWith Bladen, Martin, 1680-1746 person
associatedWith Douglas family family
associatedWith Douglas family. family
correspondedWith Fauquier, Francis, 1704?-1768 person
correspondedWith Gage, Thomas, 1721-1787 person
associatedWith Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. corporateBody
associatedWith Great Britain. Public Record Office. corporateBody
associatedWith Great Britain. Royal Navy corporateBody
associatedWith Hart, Francis Russell, 1868-1938. person
associatedWith Houghton Library. person
correspondedWith Janvier, Thomas Allibone, 1849-1913 person
correspondedWith Lawrence, Charles, 1709-1760 person
correspondedWith Norris, John, Sir, 1660?-1749 person
associatedWith South Sea Company. corporateBody
correspondedWith Stone, Andrew, 1703-1773 person
correspondedWith Trelawny, Edward, 1699-1754 person
correspondedWith Tyrawly, James O'Hara, Baron, 1690-1773 person
associatedWith Upcott, William, 1779-1845 person
associatedWith Wager, Charles, Sir, 1666-1743. person
correspondedWith Wager, Vernon person
correspondedWith Wentworth, Thomas person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Chapel-Izod, Dublin
North Carolina, America
Great Britain
Montgomeryshire, Wales
India, Asia
Staffordshire, England
Ireland, Europe
Ireland, Europe
Galway, Ireland
Flanders, Belgium
Netherlands, Europe
Bristol, Gloucestershire
Sherrifmuir, Perthshire
Cheshire, England
Maryborough, Queen's County
Innisboffin Island, Mayo
Scotland, Kingdom of, United Kingdom
North Carolina, America
Staffordshire, England
India, Asia
West Indies
Malplaquet, Belgium
River Calder, Yorkshire
London, England
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Ireland, Europe
Muskerry, Cork
Coventry, Warwickshire
Stroud, Gloucestershire
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Hedon, Yorkshire
Tatenhill, Staffordshire
Malplaquet, Belgium
Aire River, Yorkshire
London, England
Nieuwpoort, Flanders
Dublin, Ireland
London, England
Shillelagh, Wicklow
Guildford, Surrey
New Windsor, Berkshire
Tutbury, Staffordshire
Bedford Level, counties Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire
Leinster, Province of, Ireland
St. Enoder, Cornwall
Northallerton, North Riding of Yorkshire
Ashbourne, Derbyshire
Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Yorkshire, England
Wansford, Northamptonshire
Dundalk, Louth
Ireland, Europe
Whitehaven, Cumberland
Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Mons, Belgium
Ulster, Province of, Northern Ireland
Charlemont, Armagh
Ayrshire, Scotland
Ireland, Europe
River Trent, England
Canterbury, Kent
Charlton, Kent
Netherlands, Europe
Bedford, Bedfordshire
Hoxne, Suffolk
Mons, Belgium
Derbyshire, England
Wansford, Northamptonshire
Maldon, Essex
River Severn, England
Staffordshire, England
Belturbet, Cavan
Thetford, counties Norfolk and Suffolk
Dunblane, Perthshire
Devizes, Wiltshire
Jamaica, Central America
Northallerton, North Riding of Yorkshire
Dublin, Ireland
Dunblane, Perthshire
Kirkheaton, West Riding of Yorkshire
Sherrifmuir, Perthshire
Leicestershire, England
Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Ulster, Province of, Northern Ireland
Yorkshire, England
Dublin, Ireland
Richmond Park, Surrey
Derbyshire, England
Croston, Lancashire
Londonderry, Ireland
Buckland-Monachorum, Devon
Dublin, Ireland
Frodsham, Cheshire
London, England
Coventry, Warwickshire
Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Hertfordshire, England
Misterton, Nottinghamshire
Woking, Surrey
Spanish Main
Cork, Ireland
Slave trade
Naval officers, British


Birth 1684-11-12

Death 1757-10-30





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