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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ullenhall

    it. 52 At about the time of Henry VIII it came to John Fullwood son of Richard Fullwood of Clay Hall in Tanworth in marriage with Jane the daughter of Baldwin Heath of Forde Hall . 53 John Fullwood was

    The ancient parish of Barking Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    Nonconformity ROMAN CATHOLICISM BEFORE 1830. A letter from Clay Hall , dated 1584, refers to a thatcher, William Forest , who was said to have been converted by his master, Austin Belson . 1 In 1582-6 several Barking persons, including

    West Ham Manors and estates

    In 1649 Frankland sold the manor to (Sir) Thomas Cambell (Bt.), who already held Clay Hall in Ilford . Woodgrange subsequently descended with Clay Hall 177 until 1738, when Cambell Price sold it to John Pickering , merchant. Pickering left

    South Mimms Other estates

    Act of 1797 was exchanged with John Hunter , 11 the owner of Darkes. 12 The Clare Hall or Clay Hall estate originated in c . 40 a. acquired piecemeal between 1730 and 1745 by Thomas Roberts , a linen-draper.

    Parishes Tanworth

    on the death of his son Andrew, who left four daughters, of whom the eldest, Sarah, received Umberslade (with Clay Hall , Codbarrow, and Ladbroke Park ). She married the 5th Earl of Plymouth in 1788 , and afterwards Lord

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 173, September 1584, 01 September 1584-30 September 1584

    Hastings and the Clothiers of Essex, touching the infringement of his patent for the making of frisadoes. Sept. 26. Clay Hall, in Essex. 29. Tho. Powle to the Council. Has examined William Forest, a thatcher, touching certain seditious words said Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1581-31 December 1590

    , Thomas Clarke , Thomas, a pirate Clarke , William Clarke's Alley Claxton , Mr. Claxton , Ralph Clay Clay Hall Clay , Thomas Claydon Claye , a minister Claye , Hercules Clayton , James Clements , Nich. Clements Inn Subscribers-only content

    Index, C

    Weymouth, 244. Claverdon (co. Warwick), 1128. Clay , Daniel, Hearthmoney collector, co. Derby, 239. -, John, boatman, Sunderland, 1556. Clay Hall (Barking, Essex), 851, 1976, 1981. Claydon , Sam., Quaker, co. Norfolk, 633. Claymain (co. Wexford), ferry at, 1953 4.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mis John N. Foster, of a daughter. DEATHS. On the 5th inst. of consunaption, age-. 26, Thomas Harrison, of Clay Hall, Old Windsor, Berkshire, sculptor student, of the Royal Academy, and soas of the late John Harrison, per- ttait painter. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to enable him to devote himself wholly to astronomy, and removed him from Bath to Datchet, and subsequently to Clay Hall. Caroline continued his sole confidential assistant, and the work of a large observatory made the most exacting demands upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TRtAHS EOYAI", BIR IiNOHAM. .NIET (Thusday), ' LG'I2ND 0? NOTRE DAME," and OLD POlST BOY." Prieas ubul.__ PiR INC OF WALES THEATRE. B010)Pro~plotor and Manayer, 3i. JlAsis RonGItSM. LAST IRREE NIGITPJS0F1 THlE CELEBRATED COMEDIAN, '~lut JlvessmNo (ThursdBy), for posLtively Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yesterday. It is believed to have been the work of two tramps. Four men were, yesterday, killed at the Clay Hall Colliery, near Wroseharn, througll falling from the descend- ing cage to the bottom of thes shalt. It js feared Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the miners. The demand for coal is unexampled. The Denbighshire police are investigating an outrage perpetrated at the Clay Hall Colliery, in the Wrexham distriot. ' It is reported tbat, in consequence of the pro- prietor drawing slack from Subscribers-only content

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