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You searched for: Place: "Audley End", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * 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

  • * British History Online * *

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    Minute Book, June 1701, 02 June 1701-27 June 1701

    to the Housekeeper of Greenwich to be left out: agreed. 250 l . a year to the Housekeeper of Audley End, the like: agreed. one of the Pages of the Removing Wardrobe to be sunk: agreed. 78 l . a

    Civil List Debt, Office of Works Debts

    bills 1101 11 2 Wardrobe officers; bills 24 0 0 Henry Winstanley, clerk of the Works at Newmarket and Audley End ; wages 578 days at 2 s . 3 d . per diem and 289 days at 21 d

    Note on funerals mentioned

    of Cromwell. Of nobility, the funeral of Margaret duchess of Norfolk, 1563, is printed in Lord Braybrooke's History of Audley End; those of George earl of Shrewsbury, 1541, and Francis earl of Shrewsbury, 1560, in Hunter's History of Hallamshire; those

    Cecil Papers, 1611, 01 January 1611-31 December 1611

    conduct the party through the Middle Park, "the way that I have last chosen to come to my howse". Audley End this 9th of October being Munday. Signed only . p. ( 200. 162.) Accounts. 1611, October 11. Receipt for

    Elizabeth, March 1575, 01 March 1575-31 March 1575

    to Lord Henry; which I did, as I remember, in January or February 1573, Lord Henry then lying at Audley End. Mr. Good detained the whole discourse, which, as I think, he has still. (7) For the resolution of those Subscribers-only content

  • * 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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