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Robert Dingley, F.R.S.(1710-1781), merchant, architect and pioneering philanthropist.

John H. Appleby

Robert Dingley, F.R.S.(1710-1781), merchant, architect and pioneering philanthropist.

by John H. Appleby

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dingley, Robert, -- 1710-1781.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[16]p. :
    Number of Pages16
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    Open LibraryOL20834745M

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Robert Dingley, F.R.S.(1710-1781), merchant, architect and pioneering philanthropist by John H. Appleby Download PDF EPUB FB2

ROBERT DINGLEY, F.R.S. (), MERCHANT, ARCHITECT AND PIONEERING PHILANTHROPIST by JOHN H. APPLEBY 16 Pine Close, Upton Road, Norwich NR4 7PU Born inRobert Dingley was the eldest surviving son of Susanna and Robert Dingley, a prosperous jeweller and goldsmith of Bishopsgate Street, London.

Robert Dingley (baptised – F.R.S. book was an English merchant and banker, known as a philanthropist. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in With his elder brother Charles, Robert F.R.S. book was a significant figure in Anglo-Russian trade in the middle of the 18th century.

He joined the Society of Dilettanti in Associated with the London Foundling Hospital as an inspector. Born inRobert Dingley was the eldest surviving son of Susanna and Robert Dingley, a prosperous jeweller and goldsmith of Bishopsgate Street, London.

He and his brother Charles were made free of the Russia Company on 3 August ; Charles established himself at St Petersburg and Robert traded from Bishopsgate. After his death, which occurred on 7 Feb.his property in Hampshire and Wiltshire passed to his son, Robert Dingley II, while that in Surrey and Ireland passed to James Dingley, probably the latter’s brother.

Shortly afterwards his widow and James sold the premises in Dublin to some Irish merchants. The widow was still alive more than.

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Robert Dingley, MP: Birthdate: Birthplace: Wolverton, Kingsclere, Hampshire, England: Death: Ap (79) Hampshire, England Immediate Family: Son of Robert Dingley, MP and Margaret Dingley Husband of Joan Dingley Father of William I Dingley Brother of James Dingley; Roland Dingley and John Dingley.

Managed by. The property in Surrey passed to James Dingley, presumably Robert’s brother or half-brother, but in James stabbed a man to death and, having claimed benefit of clergy, was imprisoned in the bishop of Winchester’s gaol.

His lands were forfeited, but early in Robert was granted custody of the inheritance of his wife, Ellen (daughter. The Dingley family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Dingley families were found in the UK in In there were 21 Dingley families living in Maine.

This was about 68% of all the recorded Dingley's in the USA. Maine had the highest population of Dingley families in There are 5 individuals that go by the name of Robert Dingley. These individuals collectively are associated with 4 companies in 8 cities.

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Peter Dingley, who has died a promoted the best of modern British craft, particularly studio ceramics, through his pioneering gallery in Stratford-upon-Avon. Robert Dingley (–), was an English puritan divine, who supported the Parliamentary cause in the English Civil War.

Biography. Dingley, a second son of Sir John Dingley, and a sister of Dr. Henry Hammond, was born in In he entered Magdalen College, Oxford. Having finished his university career and taken his degree of M.A.

Robert Dingley, A. M.— This pious minister was the son of Sir John Dingley, by a sister of Dr. Henry Hammond; was born in Surrey, in the yearand educated in Magdalen college, Oxford. Robert of Wolverton De Dineley was born inat birth place, to Sir Robert Dineley and Lady Margaret Dineley (born Comyn).

Sir was born inin Wolverton, Kingsclere, Hampshire, England. Lady was born inin Stanford Dingley, West Berkshire, England. Inwe were acquired by The Sheridan Group, a leader in printing of catalogs, books, journals, and magazines.

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After his death, which occurred on 7 Feb.his property in Hampshire and Wiltshire passed to his son, Robert Dingley II, while that in Surrey and Ireland passed to James Dingley, probably the latter’s brother. Shortly afterwards his widow and James sold the premises in Dublin to some Irish merchants.

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R. S Dingley.Robert had interests in Wiltshire and Hampshire - he was sheriff in both counties. Robert also had brothers (or cousins) James DINGLEY (who took over at Sheen) and Gilbert DINGLEY of Wolverton, IoW.

Robert died on 7 Feb ; his son Robert, a was his heir. Some other names crop up several times in the same records as Robert, including.The Dingley family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Dingley families were found in the UK in In there were Dingley families living in Warwickshire.

This was about 24% of all the recorded Dingley's in the UK. Warwickshire had the highest population of Dingley families in