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  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, March 1686, 16 March 1686-31 March 1686

    following estimate. Ibid , p. 334. Prefixing : an agreement for the hangings and carpets at Audley End. "Agreed in gross for the hangings and 13 carpets whose measures and natures were expressed that the sum of 2,000 l .

    Declared Accounts, Works

    at Greenwich 153 0 4 Works at Winchester 85 4 3 Works at Newmarket 137 12 8 Works at Audley End 175 2 3 Extraordinary works for their Majesties' coronation 2,240 17 0 Wages and allowances to officers of the

    Entry Book, January 1680, 01 January 1680-31 January 1680

    Treasury reference to Wi lliam Harbord, Surveyor General of Crown Lands, of the petition of Jerome Lacy, under-housekeeper of Audley End and keeper of the gardens, wardrobe and privy lodgings there: petitioner setting forth that his office is granted him

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 85, January 1572, 01 January 1572-31 January 1572

    Examination of James Clunne, to the same effect. Jan. 22. Audley End. 23. Henry Phillips to Burghley Has completed the inventory of all the Duke's goods at Audley End. Requests a supply of money for their expenses. Jan. 22. Portsmouth. Subscribers-only content

    Declared Accounts, Treasurer Of Champer

    0 Yeomen bedgoers and robegoers, detailed 65 0 0 Pondkeeper in St. James's Park 60 0 0 Park-keeper at Audley End (David Robinson) 37 10 0 Theatre-keeper at Whitehall (John Cla rke) 30 0 0 Pensionary footman (Nevill Kidwell) 60

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    promote local military organization, was embraced in the early 17th century by Charlton Park which has stylistic similarity to Audley End . The Longs and their descendants the earls of Mornington and the Earls Cowley owned Draycot Cerne for over

    Parishes Clapham

    , and in the chancel is a brass inscribed to Anne Waferer, 1617, wife of Sir Thomas Turner of Audley End ; arms: Three millrinds between two bendlets with the difference of a martlet and a label, imp aling a

    The colleges and halls Magdalene Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend .

    was preserved in the statutes of 1926 but the Visitorship was vested not, as before, in the 'possessor of Audley End ' but in the holder for the time being of the barony of Braybrooke , as representing the founder.

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden

    A rental and survey of the manors and lands of the abbey in 1 Henry IV is preserved at Audley End . L. and P. Hen . VIII , ix, 661. L. and P. Henry VIII , x, 389. Ibid.

    Parishes Wimbledon

    remarkably fine fretwork ceilings of Bell's time; one of these is the same in pattern as a ceiling at Audley End . Robert Bell died childless in 1640 . After his wife's death the house was sold in 1647 to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWARD, Henry, Lord Walden (1707-45), of Audley End, Essex.

    Walden (1707-45), of Audley End, Essex. Constituency Dates Bere Alston 2 Mar. 1728 28 Sept. 1733 Ofifces Held Recorder, Saffron Walden 1735-d. Biography Lord Walden was brought up by his father and had little contact with his mother after she

    GRIFFIN, John Griffin (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex.

    (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex. Constituency Dates Andover 28 Nov. 1749 3 Aug. 1784 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1739, capt. 1743, capt. and lt.-col. 1748, 2nd maj., 1st maj. 1758-9; col. 1756; maj.-gen. 1759; col. 50 Ft. 1759-60,

    NEVILLE, Hon. Richard (1783-1858), of Billingbear, Berks.

    his father"s death removed him from the Commons before its expiry. As a peer he took up residence at Audley End, which he considerably improved. He supported Catholic emancipation and reform, but from 1834 sided with the Conservatives. He had

    HIGFORD, Robert (c.1530-72).

    letters which Higford had enclosed were innocuous-court gossip about the Anjou marriage project and the Queen’s impending visit to Audley End, with complaints about the writer’s poor health and inability to live the ‘quiet life’ he desired-but Higford was arrested,

    GRIFFIN, John Griffin (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex

    (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex Constituency Dates Andover 28 Nov. 1749 3 Aug. 1784 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1739, capt. 1743, capt. and lt.-col. 1747; col. 1756; maj.-gen. 1756; col. 33 Ft. 1760-6; lt.-gen. 1761; col. 1 Troop

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Anne Downes

    Details Anne Downes in religion Anne Mary of St Sophia Born 1624 in Audley End Died 1709 25 Jul in Liège father Mr Thomas Downes mother Grace Goddard

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    service to his death, a servitude of seventy-one years to one family.- Worcester Journal. On the 28th ult., at Audley End, near Saffron Walden, Mary, the wife of Wm. Cowell, aged 60. About a week previous to her death, she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deg. on Saturday; the range of the week was therefore 27.2 deg. @01hihtuarly LORD BRAIYRoorX died on Saturday, at Audley End, in Essex, after a protracted illness, in his seventy-fifth year. He was eldest son of Richard, second Baron Braybroole, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Upper House. LORD BtneuTBooxE was found dead in his bed on Thursday morn- ing, the 21st ult., at Audley End. His state of health has been such as to cause serious apprehension for some time past, but nothing so Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    We regret to announce the death of Lord Braybrooke, who expired at an early hour on Saturday morning at Audley End, the family seat in Essex, after a protracted illness. The deceased was eldest son of Richard, second Baron Braybrook6, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weights are published (October 6, at 6 p.m.), once, 51b. ; twice, 71b. extra; penalties for extra weights accumulative. Audley End Course. The highest weight accepting being 8st. 61b., it has been raised to 8st. 121b., and the rest in Subscribers-only content

 

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