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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Worthies

    lived at Chigwell Row in his youth. Admiral Sir Edward Hughes ( 1720 ?-94) was lord of the manor of Luxborough and lived at Luxborough House . Joshua Jenour ( 1755-1853 ), author, lived at Chigwell Row from 1792 to

    Chigwell Public services

    be extended to Chigwell and Chigwell Row . 81 It made another attempt in 1879 . 82 The date at which the extension took place is not known, but by 1907 Chigwell and Chigwell Row were being supplied by the

    Chigwell Introduction Chigwell Urban District

    west of Chigwell Row are mostly modern. From Chigwell Row Romford Road runs south-east to Romford and Dagenham . Manor Road continues east of Chigwell Row to Lambourne End as Lambourne Road . Chigwell village, Chigwell Row , Gravel Lane

    Chigwell Agriculture

    devoted mainly to agriculture. The soil is clay. At Buckhurst Hill and Chigwell Row there were formerly extensive stretches of woodland forming part of Epping Forest and Hainault Forest. Apart from the forests the southern part of the parish has

    Chigwell Other occupations

    (at Chigwell Row ), a violin-bridge maker (at Chigwell ), and a brewer. 27 A map of 1858 shows ' Hainault Brewery' in the position of the present Forest Cottages, near the ' Maypole ' at Chigwell Row , 28

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £;500,000. debenture stock bearing interest at a rate not exceeding £3. 1Od. par cent. In the ilford, Barkingside, and Chigwell Row Rail- way Bill power ie sought to constrnit lines, the princi- pal of whikh will join the Great Eastern Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to pay a certain amount of the expenses incurred.' ,_____________________________________ f TIME CHIGWELL IIUfDER. An inquest was opened at Chigwell Row yesterday on t the bodk of Martha Bodger, wife of ai gardener in the employ of Mr. F. Green, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quiry into the circustances attending the death of Martha Bodger, who was found murdered in her bed- room in Chigwell Row, Romford, Essex, was concluded yesterday bythe Coroner for South Essex. The jury returned a verdict of "Wilful murder"r against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tho rectory of Collyhuist, Manchester. Thle Rev. R. Laurence, of Trinity, Dublin, curate of Tonbridge, to the incumbency or' Chigwell Row, Essex. LoXDODEi-tyr, Dim. 12.-A large military and police force have been ordered into this city on 'the 16th inst, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 29, Hill Street, London, tile ;ile of A. . Robarts, Esq., of a daughter. bAY1LL.J-ly 02, at Churclifield, Chigwell Row, tle wife ot Phixilip Savill, of a daughter. VALL .NCE-July 28, tit Brooker Hall Hove, the wife of Capttaiu Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1664, 01 July 1664-31 July 1664

    p. 167. July 23 Same from same to Francis Stevens, Sergeant at Arms, to arrest John Betts, junr., of Chigwell Row, Essex; John Burton, of Chigwell; John Betts, of Havering, and Roger Betts, of Chigwell, for opposing and hindering the

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