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    Bohun Bollington (Bolyngton): Joan de, m. Wm. Sawtry , 7 Jn. de, 7 Thos., 167-8 Wm., 167 fam., 167 Bollington Hall , in Ugley , 167 Bollingtons , see Hatfield Broad Oak , mans. Bonham -Carter , Gerard, 176 Bonner Victoria County History

    Parishes Hatfield Broad Oak HATFIELD BROAD OAK (SOUTH) 1980 HATFIELD BROAD OAK (NORTH) 1980

    the lord of Hatfield Broad Oak manor. 169 The family from which Bollingtons took its name probably came from Bollington Hall in Ugley . 170 William Bollington was bailiff of Hatfield Broad Oak in 1255 and 1274. 171 In the Victoria County History

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part I

    be sent to the parish of Ugley in Essex, for such of the surname of Buck as should inhabit Bollington Hall. And he directed that the clothing and money should be given in the second year to the parish of British History Online

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    Charles Pal- lett, third son of the late Mr. Robert Pallett, of Hill Farm, Esscndon, Herts. June 15th, at Bollington Hall, Ugley, in this county, Ed- ward Sandford, Esq., aged 64. June 17th, at Billericay, Denzil Ede, Esq., Lieut. R.M., Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Pal- let!, third son of the late Mr. Robert Pallelt, of Hill Farm Essendon, Herts. ' June 15th, at Bollington Hall, Ugley, in this county, Ed- ward Sandford, Esq., aged 04. June 17th, at Billericay, Denzil Ede, Esq., Lieut R Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    A FIRE SHIP ON THE THAMES. An nqusat was held at the BuU Inn, Corringham near 1 hames Haven, on the body of Mary Peck, aged 32, wife of the master of the barge Velindra. Shortly after noon last Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    p, <$ uttered *_eat*4 2\sc>. FROM "BEItROW'S WORCESTER JOURNAL,' DECEMBER 29, 1791. "The paper mamif acture has lately lieen carried to a (Treat perfection in i'liris, far beyond wiiat we have an idea of. All sorts of marble, of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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