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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Castle Hedingham

    Hospitals Castle Hedingham 36. THE HOSPITAL OF CASTLE HEDINGHAM 1 Hugh de Vere, earl of Oxford ( 1221-1263 ), founded a hospital outside the gate of the castle for the celebration of divine service for the souls of himself and

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Castle Hedingham

    tail, with the rectories of Castle Hedingham and Gosfield and all other possessions belonging to it in Castle Hedingham , Sible Hedingham , Gosfield , Great and Little Yeldham and elsewhere. Prioresses Of Castle Hedingham Lucy de Vere, the first

    Birch Manors Little Birch Hall c . 1772

    presumably, the overlordship came to the de Vere family, earls of Oxford , as part of the honor of Castle Hedingham . The overlordship continued in the de Vere family and was last recorded in the 18th century. 33 Little

    Earls Colne Economic history

    Farm, and in 1440 sold 14,500 tiles. In 1489 the earl's bailiff sent four loads of paving tiles to Castle Hedingham , perhaps from the kiln on the site of Nightingale Hall recorded in 1584 and 1634. 18 A Dutch

    Benedictine nuns St Helen's , Bishopsgate

    by the bishop of London 's choice of one of the sisters to be prioress of Holy Cross at Castle Hedingham ; 40 but the spirit of unrest roused by the religious changes under Henry VIII seems soon to have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wild youth of Clare, after a fashion never worn by modern beaux.-Limerick Ckroni.le. - The gentleman who lately left Castle Hedingham so unexpectedly has, it is said, proceeded to Australia with Sir John Falkland, a relative who is appointed secretary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    costs were by no means trifling, seeing they amounted to sixteen shillings ! At the Petty Sessions held at Castle Hedingham, on Aug. 18, three carters were convicted each in the penalty of sixpence for riding on the shafts of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vauxhall street, Lambeth, bricklayer. [Harpur, ICen nington cross. W. Burton, King street, Soho, upholsterer. [Bennett, BloomsburY square. Elizabeth Hayseard, Castle Hedingham, Essex, innkeeper. [Mars- ton, Torrington square. J. M. Polak, Coleman-street buildings, City, merchant. [Maltby and Grant, Broad-street buildings. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Donaldson, jun. Brick lane, corn dealer. DIVIDENDS. August 23, 3. Pledge, Vauxhall street, Lambeth, bricklayer- August 20, E. Hayward, Castle Hedingham, Essex, innkeeper- -August 23, E. Laughton, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, brewer- August 30, R. Turner, Almondbury and Highburton, Yorkshire, fancy cloth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ascent to upwards of 200 yards above the sea, without any material injury._ CHARGE OP INCENDIARISM AGAINST A FARLMER.-Af Castle Hedingham petty sessions, Mr Thomas Chinery, a farmer of Belchamp St Paul, was charged with setting fire to farm buildings, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 41 Edward III (1367-8)

    Co. Lincoln. 3 Fittleton, co. Wilts. 4 Heyham or "Lille Cherch," near Rochester (Tanner's 'Notit Mon.' p. 214). 5 Castle Hedingham (variously spelt Herringham, Hegham, or Hegford), co. Essex, where there was a nunnery of the Benedictine Order. 6 Herbaldoun,

    Entry Book, March 1665, 01 March 1665-31 March 1665

    to same to similarly arrest Jeremiah Somers, of Coggeshall, Richard Green, Constable of Castle Hedingham, and Simon Facy, John Chote and John Sables, of Castle Hedingham, for assaulting and wounding the officers of Humfry Beane, Farmer of Excise of co.

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 146, Undated 1580, 01 January 1580-31 December 1580

    in favour of the preceding petition, viz., Pedmersh, Little Maplestead, Yeldham, Colne Engayne, Great Maplestead, Gosfeld, Hedingham Sybell, and Castle Hedingham. [All these petitions, and the one from the town of Halsted, are numerously signed . ] 64. Proposition for Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    124 Purbeck , co. Dorset stone from, 262 Purcas , Thomas, of Yeldham, co. Essex seised of land at Castle Hedingham, 33 case of the wardship of his son, 33 Puritans criticised on social and educational grounds, 48 Pye ,

    Index, C, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    Mr. Carts , proclamation concerning Cartwright , Mr. Castile , constable of, Juan Ferd. de Velasco, Duke of Frias Castle Hedingham , manor of court baron at Isle, Lord of, see Herbert, Sir E. Castleford , manor of Catcher , Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDING, Henry (by 1528-76), of Little Birch, Essex.

    steward and then as surveyor: when he sued out a pardon in October 1553 he was described as of Castle Hedingham and Colne, Essex (both seats of the earl’s), and formerly of London.[footnote]Although Oxford was one of the first magnates

    AMYCE, Israel (c.1548-1607), of Tilbury, Essex and Cheshunt, Herts.

    letter was written Amyce was probably already in Burghley’s service, as a land agent and surveyor; his survey of Castle Hedingham, Essex, an estate which Burghley had acquired from the Earl of Oxford, shows him to have been a conscientious

    RYTHER (RYDER), John (by 1514-52), of London.

    bequests of silver and linen to other named relatives and charitable gifts to churches in Wakefield, Yorkshire, and at Castle Hedingham and Earls Colne, Essex, the last two being seats of the De Vere family.[footnote]Nothing is known of Ryther’s early

    ASHHURST, Sir William (1647-1720), of Watling Street, London and Highgate, Mdx.

    England. On his father’s death in 1680 he inherited the family house in Watling Street, where he normally resided, Castle Hedingham in Essex, and six other houses, held of the dean and chapter of Windsor. A nonconformist like the rest

    TEY, Robert (d.1426), of Marks Tey, Essex.

    countess of Oxford and one of the principal conspirators, from whom he held land and near whose seat at Castle Hedingham his own estates were situated. On the other hand, perhaps he had done no more than allow certain of

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Confidence

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 662 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Angel Inn, Bridge Street, Halstead, Essex 1838 Ship Inn, High Street, Halstead, Essex 1849 Bell Inn, Castle Hedingham, Essex 1850


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