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You searched for: Place: "Abridge", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambourne Parish government and poor relief

    the parish vestry. There were stocks at Abridge in 1585 , when a vagrant was reported to have escaped from them. 46 In 1728 it was decided to build a parish cage at Abridge with the timber recently removed from

    Lambourne Church

    Sir Edward Hughes ( 1794 ), his wife, and his two stepsons. 7 The church of THE HOLY TRINITY , Abridge , was built in 1836 as a chapel of ease to the parish church. 8 It was then a

    Lambourne Manors

    in the hands of the Hospitallers until the Dissolution. In 1553 it was granted, as the 'manors' of Lambourne and Abridge , to Richard Morgan and Thomas Carpenter . 41 Soon after this it was acquired by Robert Taverner ,

    Parishes Michelmersh

    two others of the lord bishops were no more able to argue in the Scriptures than 'one old Coles of Abridge who goeth about a begging.' 57 In 1248 the prior and convent of St. Swithun and the rector of

    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING 1964

    through Abridge - both involving a longer journey than the present main road through the forest via Woodford . There has been much discussion as to the origins of the present road and the exact course of the old Abridge

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 26 February 1563, 26 February 1563-26 February 1563

    The Bill that St. Katheryne's Church shall be a Parish Church, and a School erected. Appeals. 1. The Bill for Abridge of Appeals in civil and Marine Causes. Navy. 2. nova. The Bill for the Increase of the Navy and

    Entry Book, August 1689, 16-31, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    Fosse's petition, supra , p. 190. The premises were leased 1559, July 1, to John Strickland, Hugh Strickland and Julyan Abridge, being a tenement then newly erected, and a piece of ground 24 feet by 20 feet situate near the

    Entry Book, March 1690, 1-10, 01 March 1690-31 March 1690

    part of the manor of Cerne : all as demised 1567, June 1, to John Strickland, Hugh Strickland and Julian Abridge : the present lease to be for 31 years at the ancient rent of 16 d. per an .

    Index, A, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (17), 346 (66). Abram Haye (Abraham Haye), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1). Abredin . See Aberdeen. Abrene . See O'Brien. Abridge . See Awbridge. Abrige , John, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131). Abritton . See Arbrittayne. Abselon or Absolon


    left certain lands, (now let at 14l. 14s. per annum,) for the purpose of keeping in repair the foot-path from Abridge in the parish of Lambourn, to Wynbridge in Woodford, being five miles in length, and leading through the village

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ltlo tetrle biy I 'gai 11em Edition, Crown Sev, in. 6d. cloth. A SMLLER DICTIONABI ir GREEK and ROMAN AdTIQBITIE- Abridge / b",2f Larger lisitionary. By tir WILLIiAst s'ore t sle ot0h. EngravinigiorenWood. lew Editios, cr000 s~o, a London: WALTON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IdA AIlENT SUCIIT1P. sAt the MEE~TINGof tlitrabove( 'toricly. totibehold at MoarashBrook oil WcnDINSDAY' Nimrx, tOetolbr 25, it Is proltwted to Abridge, the esoal Toast Lis', after the Dinuer,' which ;eil tehko pdare jentttelltlY -at 41 o'clock. aud biseus the Causes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the above 8Ociety, to be held at Mrsb llBrook on WPUsNeo st tNlI ,T Octobeor 23, it is prpostd tio Abridge the tostl Toast Dltis' after the Doiser, ishih isIIll take pleaetsuntoctslly at 4 o'clock. and DtiBcUIs tho Cosse3 of, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. DIURRAY'S FORTHCOMING WORKS:- With Portrait5 Vol. I., 8vo., L IFE of SAMUEL WILBERFORCE, D.D., late. Bishop of Oxford and winchester, with Extract from his Dlar eand GQrrespendenc5. By A, B. ASfBIIVLL, Canon of i, Cblob eeter. CoCtents:- Sanmuel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yse, Cottelitottand Billw cr41o P ~ to Lo; low reth suit mrhoet or laottfctorec of 11 ___igt oat-S CutmcclBuidigs Beriten Abridge. Willi2D nielvibitglcoryedln oert oth9rcR 1-0 SRllllltileti. hihRr2t.Eeolit bs ar hr I10Is 7es art v rho ) rosep;;sltel opceutir laStretw, Subscribers-only content

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