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You searched for: Place: "Ashbocking", Date from: 1748-01-01, Date to: 1774-12-31

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    Dagenham Introduction and manors DAGENHAM (SOUTH) 1964, SHOWING BECONTREE

    The next lessee, in 1614 , 344 was Nathaniel Henshaw , whose brother Benjamin had married Anne Bonham , of Ashbocking (Suff.). 345 By 1635 Valence was occupied by Thomas Bonham , brother of Anne , who in that year Victoria County History

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    ' G 27 28 L5;) < Uo 77 58 St. James ... 1530 62 56 294 ! 268 136 w Ashbocking 1408 70 \ 70 324 320 165 155 Deuham ... Z "i 12(2 64 61 282 259 135 ! Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    HerdyS.Blackwell.Bungay | Ward Jas Haughley Tenner Joseph, Ashby Wynter Philip, Aldeburgh Johnson Prior, esq. Aide- WebbW.esq. Woodbridge burgh Welham J. Ashbocking Tex John, jun. Brampton Wales Isaac, Walbyswick Jardme J. K. Esq. Wixoe Whincopp T no< BrcdfieUl jciry Jonn, .Kinus Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Thousand Pounds having been recently expended upon them. Lot3. - An excellent FARM, situate in the parishes of GOSBECK and ASHBOCKING, in the occupation of the Executors of the late Mr. Thomas Edwards, under a lease, 5 years of which Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at the George, Needham; King's Head, Stowmarket ; at the Oak, Mendlesham ; and at the Nel- son's Head, in Ashbocking. TO LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Riding, Driving, Promenading, Visiting Close Assem- blies, or enjoying Aquatic Excursions. ROWLAND'S KALYDOR, For the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    -otherwise Kins in Carnpis or Saint Christopher '-.*.-••; t-.- ; • „,. ..-i . -• . in the Fields, in Ashbocking ' •^xandenßohert " Adarris Thomas - VRje'v..George"Betts - WOrtpanrHall •-' ■ AMander Robert '"* Earlof Abergavenny '„"-. Overhall in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    go to Australia, and has since sold him to a home breeder at a still higher price. Mr. Wilson, of Ashbocking, has sold two 2-year- old entire colts at 110/. each, one of which was preferred by the Judges at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cups," "Three Jolly Sailors," "Defiance,"' and " Star," at Ipswich. "The George," at Wickham Market. " The Lord Nelson," at Ashbocking. "The Brewers' Arms," Cottages, and Five Acres of Land, at Mendlesham. "The Railway Tavern," "Pickerel," and ** White Hart," Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cups," "Three Jolly Sailors," "Defiance," and "Star," at Ipswiuh. " The George," at Wickham Market. " The Lord Nelson," at Ashbocking. "The Brewers' Arms," Cottages, and Five Acres of Land, at Mendlesham. "The Railway Tavern," "Pickerel," and "White Hart," at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cups," " Three Jolly Sailors," "Defiance," and "Star," at Ipswich. "The George," at Wickham Market. " The Lord Nelson," at Ashbocking. " The Brewers' Arms," Cottages, and Five Acres of Land, at Mendlesham. "The Railway Tavern," "Pickerel," and "White Hart," Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    AN ADHESIVE STAMP MUST BE USED FOR TRANSMISSION ABROAD IFOR WHICH THIS PAPER IS REGISTERED AT THE POST OFFICE. .A.G-JT.IN'Ts FOR THIS _P_A._P.F_-R. Attleborough, Jas. Muskett fR. F. White S3 Fleet-street \ Where, and also at Beccles, R- Crisp, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    or Farmers' Club, the first of which latter institutions was established in Suffolk, in 1837, ..under -the name of the Ashbocking Farmers' Club. 10. Agricultural Literature. A great progress is shewn here also. Newspapers, periodicals, and encyclopedias, devoted solely to Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    j Mr. C. Stanford 100 Mr. and Mrs. Bloss ... 1 00 j Mr. Seaman 1 09 j CoUected at Ashbocking Church 2 87 Bir G. N. Broke, Bart. 25 0 0 I W. Brown, E«q _ 20 : Messrs. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Abstract of the answers and returns made pursuant to an act, passed in the eleventh year of the reign of His Majesty King George IV, intituled,"an act for taking an account of the population of Great ..., 1833

    II. Bap. 1736-171)3; Bur. 1736-1784; Marr. 1736- 1754— N°» III. IV. Bap. Bur. 1787-1811— N°* V. VI. Marr. 1754 -1809. Ashbocking V . — N° I. Bap. Bur. 1555-1783; Marr. 1555-1754— N« II. Bap. Bur. 1783-1812— No 111. Marr. 1755-1783— Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    The forty-third annual report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records. [28 September 1882.], 1882

    16 Edw. 3. Courts. Do. Do. Do. Salinge, Barewe, conspicuously on the Rolls, viz. :— Abridge, Aldham, Alfameston Ardeley), Arwarton, Ashbocking, Ashen, Asshedon, Asshyn Idow, Badley, Bale, Bardfeild Magna and Parva, Bardfelde t, West Bargliolt, Barnardiston, Barnet, Barstaple, Barton, Belthamn Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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