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Evelyn Boscawen (1819-1889), 6th Viscount Falmouth
 
Profile
 

 
John Hutton [I] (1625-1664); John Hutton [II] (1659-1730/1); John Hutton [III] (1691-1768); John Hutton [IV] (1730-1782); John Hutton [V] (1774-1841)

The Hutton Family of Marske, an examination of the Hutton dispersal sale

Hutton Orientals
 

 
Thomas Leigh (1713-1749), 4th Baron Leigh
 
Charming Molly and Diana, their pedigrees and the confusion surrounding them
Miodrag Milovanovic & A J Hibbard
 

 
  Michael Newton (1695c-1743), 4th Baronet
 
Access to the "List of horses in stud of Sir Mich. Newton" dated 1731 was kindly provided by the Gloucestershire Record Office of the Gloucestershire County Council, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester GL1 2TG. The reference number of the document is D1844/E26.
 
Sir Michael Newton's stud book in 1731
transcription and table by A J Hibbard
photographs by A J Byles
 
Sir Michael Newton and his family
Sandra K. Snider
 
Sir Michael Newton as a racing man
Miodrag Milovanovic & A J Hibbard
 

 
George Payne (1803-1878)
 
Profile
A J Byles
 

 
  Charles Watson-Wentworth (1730-1782), 2nd Marquess of Rockingham
 
Dr Marjorie Bloy's profile of Lord Rockingham can be found on her web site: A Web of English History.
 
Access to the Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments at Sheffield Archives was kindly provided by Sheffield Archives, 52 Shoreham Street, Sheffield S1 4SP, England. Item WWM/R/193 is described as "Pedigrees, letters etc about the stud, date: 1751-1760", and consists of 71 numbered items.
 
Transcription of pedigrees of horses in Lord Rockingham's stud
A J Hibbard
 
Pedigrees derived from the transcriptions
A J Hibbard
 
Available profiles of Lord Rockingham's horses
Bay Malton, Sampson, Whistlejacket
 

 
William Henry Vane (1766-1842), Lord Barnard, 3rd Earl of Darlington, Marquess of Cleveland, Baron Raby and Duke of Cleveland
 
Profile
 
 

 
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