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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING 1964

    Copped Hall park and the manor of Epping for Crown lands elsewhere. 69 Copped Hall 70 was exchanged. Epping manor, however, seems to have remained with the abbey until the Dissolution. In 1548 Edward VI granted Epping and Copped Hall

    Parishes Totteridge

    and another house built on its site by John Fiott, 36 lord of the manor of Totteridge . Copped HallCOPPED HALL in this parish is perhaps identical with a capital messuage held in the 16th century by one John

    Epping Economic history and local government

    its estates in Epping , Waltham , and Nazeing . This process culminated in 1350 with the acquisition of Copped Hall . In the 16th and 17th centuries most of the manors in the parish changed hands frequently, but in

    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government

    II by Aucher the Huntsman and his successors, who were the lords of Copped Hall in Epping . 145 In 1337 Aucher Fitz Henry sold Copped Hall and the forestership to Sir John Shardlowe. 146 In 1358 Bartholomew Langridge quitclaimed

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    of other roads in the parish, mostly east to west, among them one which runs through Upshire and past Copped Hall to the Epping road . Several sections of this road bear medieval names: Paternoster Hill (recorded 1467), Pick Hill

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downegate Ward. The Erber.

    of Edward the fourth . Somewhat lower standeth the Skinners Hall, a fair House also, which was somtime called Copped Hall by Downegate, in the Parish of Saint John upon Walbrook . In the 19 th year of Edward the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Sugar

    the erecting of any sugar-house or to carry on the trade of sugar refiners. 21st June, 1633. Copt or Copped Hall, in the parish of Waltham, Essex. Haberdasher, elected Alderman of Tower, June 22nd, 1621; chosen Sheriff, June 25th, 1621;

    General Index, C, 01 March 1625-31 January 1649

    , Beatrice, examination of Sir Walter Copfs , Hans Copley , Commissary Lionel letter of Coplyn , Lieut. John Copped Hall , co. Wilts Copthall , Essex, letter dated from Coquet Office , the Corbell , Mr. Corbet or Corbett Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1536, 11-15, 11 May 1536-15 May 1536

    Buckl . . d, ; 11 of Newnam, 60 s .; lieutenantship of Waltham forest ; 11 keeping of Copped Hall park, ; 11 of Hoknorton park, ; 11 mastership of game and fee-farm of the lordship of Eltam, ;

    Henry VIII, September 1535, 26-30, 26 September 1535-30 September 1535

    p . 2, m . 11. 14 . Giles Churchehill. To be keeper of the park and woods of Copped Hall alias Copthall, Essex, and of the house or mansion in the park; with an annuity of 6 l .

    Index, C, D, E, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    Copland , Edw., 406. -, George, 406. -, John, 406. Copmanhaven . See Copenhagen. Copper , Ric., 33. Copthall (Copped Hall), Essex, g. 504 (14). Copyng , John, 520. Copynger . See Copinger. Corbett , Roger, sheriff of Beds and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    execution of Charles I Sir Thomas Parry's house is described as I a capital mes' suage called Vauxhall, alias Copped Hall, bounded by the Thames; being a fair dwelling-house, strongly built, of three stories high, and a fair staircase breabinu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them- selves. There were open, in 1872, Bournemouth Sanatorium; Hope Cottage, Hampton Court; Blacirock, Brighton - Cottage Home, Ramsgate; Copped Hall, Waltham Abbey; All Saints' Home, Eastbourne; Home, Dover; Mrs Gladstone's Home,Wood- ford, Essex; Herbert Home, Bournemouth- Seaford Home; Royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Scarlett, ClB., late Ambassador to the Cocrc of Tus- cany, and Isis Lordaslip's cousin, James William Searlett, Eaq., of Copped Hall, near Totteridge, Herts; all these par- ties, together uit!l his relict, the Bareness Atblnger, having renounced the grant. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    outsiders, intend to perform "Love's Labour Lost, " as a pastoral play, on July 5, in the grounds of Copped Hall, Totteridge, Herts., which have been lent for the occasion. The proceeds will be devoted to the building fund of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Campbell Scarlett, C.8., late Ambassador to Uie Court of Tuscany, aud his Lordship's cousin, James Williams Scarlett, Esq., of Copped Hall, uear Totteridge, Herts ; all these parties, together with bis relict, Uie Baroness Abinger, have renounced the grant, The Subscribers-only content

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