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You searched for: Place: "Audley End", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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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

    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

    Entry Book, Miscellaneous, 1661-5, 01 January 1661-31 December 1665

    first year and 500 l . yearly afterwards for putting and keeping in good repair the King's house called Audley End, in Essex, and for fitting, altering and converting the White Yard and outbuilding next thereto and part of the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    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.

    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

    Parishes Charlton

    mullioned and transomed windows and an elaborate roofline. 134 There are stylistic similarities to the much larger house at Audley End in Saffron Walden ( Essex ) which Catherine's husband built between c . 1603 and 1616. 135 Changes were

    Index A-Z

    earl of Gloucester , 215 Hugh, 140 Marg. de, m. Rob. de Stafford , earl of Stafford , 215 Audley End (in Saffron Walden , Essex ), 2,41 authors , see Aubrey; Britton, John; Cole , Wm. (d. 1701); Dryden

  • * 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

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOWARD, Henry, Lord Walden (1670-1718).

    his life. The first concerned the crown’s debt to the family arising from its purchase of the manor of Audley End in 1669, a sum which Walden relentlessly pursued from 1689 until 1707, when he finally achieved a favourable settlement.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    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

    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

    genuineness of the picture. It had been for a long period in the collection of Lzord Bray- brooke, at Audley End, and by a peculiar mnonogramn and date it purported to have been painted in the year 1633 by Franz Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Le Marquis Cornwallis. Mr. Jealfreson lels preparedn report upon them, and also upon tho fLmilypapers stillremaizing C e at Audley End, which will appear in the forthcouingo I- Eighth Report of the Historical LISS. Commission. I d Among the announcements Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sented by him to Lord Braybrooke, in 1814, ie~rly a century after the poet's decease." It is preserved at Audley End, the seat of Lord Braybrooke.-LakunA HAnLIDAY, Rawdon. HALSTEAD (see also preceding iuinber).- Halstead is derived from a place nanse. Subscribers-only content

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