books

Books about Boringdon:

booksReport of The Trial of Sir Arthur Paget, in The Sheriffs' Court, on Tuesday, July 19, 1808, for Criminal Conversation... by Anonymous (Feb 20, 2012)

booksSome Account Of Lord Boringdon's Accident ... And Its Consequences by Henry Villiers Parker (visct. Boringdon. (Aug 22, 2011)

booksReport of the Proceedings Under A Write of Enquiry of Damages, in an Action in the Court of King's Bench, in Which... by Mr. Gurney (Feb 8, 2012)

booksThe manors of Woodford & Boringdon by Sylvia Guthrig (1999)

booksReport of the trial of Sir Arthur Paget,: In the Sheriffs' Court, on Tuesday, July 19, 1808, for criminal conversation... by Arthur Paget (1808)

booksReport of the trial of Sir Arthur Paget, in the sherriff's court, on Tuesday, July 19, 1808, for criminal conversation... by John Parker Plomer, J. ; Plomer, W. Morley (1808)

booksReport of the proceedings under a writ of enquiry of damages in an action in the Court of King's Bench in which... by John Parker Paget, Arthur, ; Gurney, William Brodie, ; Great Britain. Morley (1808)

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Wiki information Boringdon:

Boringdon Hall
Location

Boringdon Hall is a 16th-century Grade I listed manor house in the parish of Colebrooke, about two miles north of Plympton, Devon.

Earl of Morley
Noble title

Earl of Morley, of Morley in the County of Devon, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1815 for John Parker, 2nd Baron Boringdon. He was made at the same time Viscount Boringdon, of North Molton in the County of Devon,...