Definition of Rangership. Meaning of Rangership. Synonyms of Rangership

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Definition of Rangership

Rangership
Rangership Ran"ger*ship, n. The office of the keeper of a forest or park. [Eng.]

Meaning of Rangership from wikipedia

- least might have been so, somewhat early. In 1647 his father resigned his rangership in his favor, and arranged a marriage for him with Marie Héricart, a girl...
- acceded to the throne. One of King William's first acts was to confer the Rangership of Bushy Park (for thirty-three years held by himself) on Queen Adelaide...
- died unmarried Mary, married to Sir Walter Pye Tyrrell was granted the rangership of Shotover Forest after a freak hunting accident early in the 17th century...
- shortly after he ascended the throne in 1760 - the King was sold the Rangership by his daughter Princess Amelia. King George, having appointed the third...
- Monarch – (George II)- deceased in 1760 and after a short period, the rangership of Richmond Park was taken from the princess Amelia and bestowed upon...
- rangership of the Forests of Shotover and Stow Wood to Tyrrell. In 1613, following Prince Henry's death in 1612, King James confirmed the rangership by...
- 1 February 1713 left her an additional £5000 plus his interest in the rangership of Bushey Park and his manor of Apscourt in Surrey to pay for the repairs...
- she shared the office with other family members. After her death, the rangership was given to successive trusted friends and family members of the British...
- date planned for January 1862. Back home, Queen Victoria had granted her rangership of Greenwich Park, a posting that Canning looked forward to. She embarked...
- removed from him the supervision of the farms at Windsor (he also lost the rangership). The news threw him into a state of great mental distress; he wrote to...
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