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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Birch Local government

    with occasional cases of trespass and debt; a hayward was elected in 1295 . Courts baron were recorded at Birch Hall in 1420 . 40 Courts baron of Great Birch met rarely between 1669 and 1804 , usually only when

    Theydon Bois Charities

    for Elizabeth Wild 's tomb and memorial tablet. The almshouses are on the north side of Coppice Row opposite Birch Hall . They consist of a single-story range, rough-cast with a tiled roof. The mullioned windows have four-centred heads to

    Birch Introduction Birch 1876 Architect's drawings for estate cottages at Birch , 1862

    were in a dangerous condition. Little Birch bridge, presumably over the stream east of Birch Hall , the responsibility of the lord of Birch Hall manor, needed repair in 1615 . 57 By 1848 there was post from Colchester daily,

    Birch Manors Little Birch Hall c . 1772

    with Birch Castle (sometimes referred to as Birch Hall ) was held in 1066 by Edric, and afterwards by Ingelric, and in 1086 of Count Eustace of Boulogne by Hugh who held Easthorpe of the count. Great Birch manor owned

    Birch Economic history

    woodland, mostly in the east of the parish. 73 Heathland , probably former woodland, included Birch heath west of Birch Hall , and Layer Breton heath which extended into the south of Birch . 74 The value of Great Birch

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    storys has been forwarded to us for publication:- 1. "Colchester: Birch Hall, July 4, 1806. "My dear Mr. Hall,-I write under a feeling of the greatest amazement, which would rather be one of the strongest indignation, were it not that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. G. Round, EIq., Birch Hall, Colchester. Class 6 (36 varieties, distinct).-lst prize, £5. Mr. J. T. ir HEdge, Reed Hall, Colchester; 2nd, £4,, Mr. IV. Ingle, B gardener to C. . Round, Esq., Birch Hall, Colehester. tl Uless 7 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thebodyof Geo, Ginniver(21), who wvies killed on SMondaly. Deceased weas a wagoner in °i the employ of Mr. Porter, Birch Hall, Knightwick. On In dIonduay evening, a Mrs. WValker, of Collings Green, was n in the house, and heard a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the meeting of this Board, yesterday.-A letter was read from Mr. W. H. Talbot, on behalf of Mrs. Marshall, Birch Hall, Abberley, asking the Board to put in order a road leading to her residence, and also intimating that he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. James Walker, maltster and hop merchant, of this town, to Mary Ellia geldeat daughter of GeorgeLomas, Esq., of Birch Hall, near Bolton, Lancashire. On Thursday, at Headingley, by the Rev. J. W. Clarke, lec- turer art the parish ehureh, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, April 16-30, 1672, 16 April 1672-30 April 1672

    begging that Henry Finch may be allowed to preach to them in the private oratory of Thomas Birch of Birch Hall. [ Ibid. No . 155. ] Perhaps annexed , April 20. Certificate by Thomas Birch of Birch that the Subscribers-only content

    Salmon - Sykes

    Benjamin. Co Co Broad Street, 1673-82 (1) Broad Street-Throgmorton Street, 1677, 1682, Lower Prec, St Benet Fink, 1673, 1682, Birch Hall, Theydon Bois, Essex (2) MT, appr, 1658, to James Littleton of Candlewick, draper (3) b 1643, d 22 Apr


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