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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Warley

    second, more westerly road apparently ran south from the green to St. Mary 's Lane; it passed Hole Farm, Codham Hall , and Franks manor-house, and still existed in the 19th century as a series of footpaths and lanes known

    Index L - Z

    Little: Warley Camp chars., 174 chs., 170-2 common, 166, 169-70 dom. bdgs., 165-6 Bolens, 165 Brick Ho ., 165 Codham Hall , 165-6 Coombe Lodge , 165 Fairstead , 171-2 Franks , 165 Goldings , 106, 165-6 Great Warley Hall

  • * British History Online *

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    Register Palmer, Nos. 1-40

    by her second husband, John Cotton. She owned Panfield Hall inter alia . Sir Roger Wentworth of Gosfield and Codham Hall, Wethersfield, had two sons named John, the elder of whom was born c . 1494. His second son, Henry,

    Henry VIII, Pardon Roll, Part 2, 01 April 1510-30 April 1510

    of Robert Tymperley, late of Mewekinghall, Essex, esq., alias Joan Wentworth late the wife of Henry Wentworth late of Codham Hall, Essex, esq., alias Joan FitzLewes, widow of Philip Lewes, late of Sutton Attoon, Kent, esq., alias Joan FitzLewes, late

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BATCHELOR-BURDER.-Aug. 5, at Bocking, S. Batchelor, Esq. of Cardiff, Glamorgannhire5 to Fanny Edith, daughter of J. Burder Esq., of Codham Hall. BULLER-HUSSEY.-Aug. 5, at Upwvood, Cept. P. Buller, of the Bengal Army, to Laura, youngest daughter of the late Vice.Ad. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight. BRUCE-March 19, at Falklaud Mouse, 0. T. Brute, Esq., of Falk. laud. BURtDER.-MaNrch 20, J. Burder, Esq., of Codham Hall, Weathers field, Essex, aged 62. NEWELL.-ltarch 21, Sophia, daughter of Mr. C. Newell, Parker. street, Derby, aged 9. WEDLAKiE.-Marhls Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Ryes Hall Smith, William by Allen Hurrell, Esq.forPeverells Spitty, William.... by Thomas White, Esq. for We- thersfield and Codham Hall Such, Absalom. . . .by Thomas Kemble, Esq. for Run- well Hall . . arren, Nathan., .by John Wilkes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11. Stewart, Esq. for Groves and Cole Carters Spitty, VV ilham by Thomas White Esq. for We- thersfield and Codham Hall West, Thomas by Earl Waldegrave, for Loft Hall Wright, William.... by John A. Houblon, Esq. for Hallingbury Place, Wallbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    each other as to bo interred at tbe same time. 25th ult., Sarah Payne, relict of Richard Pavn» of Codham Hall, Essex, and of Bullyvolane, county o Cork, Esq., and eldest daughter of the late* GnovE, of Osbourn House. Subscribers-only content

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