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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Other estates

    to John Brent . 49 The later history of the estate is unknown. The estate of the Nicholls of Copt Hall originated in lands belonging in 1574 to Richard Nicholl of the Ridgeway , who held a tenement called Goodhews

    Parishes Avington

    January 1880 . The manor and title then passed to his cousin Francis, son of William Jones Burdett of Copt Hall , Twickenham . Francis, the seventh baronet, who was born 23 March 1813 and served in the 17th Lancers,

    Salisbury The liberty of the close LIBERTY OF THE CLOSE

    founded in 1860 , in the North Walk . 100 Malmesbury House , once called Cole Abbey , or Copt Hall , 101 to the north of St. Ann's Gate is a 17th-and 18th-century house built on the site of

    Hendon Growth before 1850

    ), the politician. 12 The house was rebuilt in the early 19th century and demolished in 1909 . 13 Copt Hall , Page Street , was rebuilt between 1624 and 1637 , as the seat of a branch of the

    Hendon Communications HENDON IN 1754

    Wise Lane , to join the Ridgeway by the Three Hammers . 39 Bunns Lane left Page Street by Copt Hall and led in a northwesterly direction along Hale Lane to the Hale and thence to Edgware . The northern

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. The Streets, Courts, &c.

    Angel Court , very large and handsome, garnished with good Buildings, the Habitation of Merchants, and People of Repute. Copt Hall Court, a large and handsome open Place, with Houses fit for good Inhabitants. Warnford Court , a good large

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CONYERS, Edward (?1693-1742), of Copt Hall, Essex.

    CONYERS, Edward (?1693-1742), of Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 6 Apr. 1725 1727 East Grinstead 1734 1741 Biography Conyers, who bought Copt Hall, succeeded his father at East Grinstead in 1725 but was not re-elected till 1734. Presumably

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex.

    (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Reading 1747 1754 Essex 25 Feb 1772 8 Sept. 1775 Ofifces Held Verderer of Waltham forest and Essex at d. Biography Conyers sat for Reading as a Tory. Lord Egmont, in his electoral

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex

    (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex Constituency Dates Reading 1747 1754 Essex 25 Feb 1772 8 Sept. 1775 Biography Conyers sat for Reading as a Tory; he did not stand again in 1754. He was talked of as a candidate for

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex.

    of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Stamford Oct. 1553 Arundel 1559 Boston 1563 Lincolnshire 1563 Lincolnshire 1571 Lincolnshire 1572 Essex 1584 Essex 1586 Essex 1589 Essex 1593 Ofifces Held Steward, manor of Hatfield 1561; gent. of privy chamber

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex.

    of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Stamford Oct. 1553 Arundel 1559 Boston 1563 Lincolnshire 1563 Lincolnshire 1571 Lincolnshire 1572 Essex 1584 Essex 1586 Essex 1589 Essex 1593 Ofifces Held Steward, manor of Hatfield, Herts. 1561; gent. privy chamber

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church in Foster Lane, London

    Mr. Carter 10 Mr. Leigh 8 Mr. Vaughan 10 Hudson 2 Trewer 4 Mrs. Hammon 5 Widow Ward 4 Copt Hall 8 Morgan 4 Cason 6 Price 5 Potter 6 Dod 6 MS. p. 114. Widow Mead 8 Richard Payne

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Cripplegate Ward

    ] Marie Myes, his servauntes (12d.) 12 Almon Mutton ( £ 3) 6 Peter Clarke, his servant (4d.) 4 Copt Hall in Moore Lane Charles Treswer (4d.) 4 Fraunces Peter (4d.) 4 Moore Feildes John Stephens (4d.) 4 Abraham Shenyshawe

    Index of places

    Yard Cock and Key Yard a . Cold Harbour a . Coopers Alley a . Coppin Yard a . Copt Hall a . Cordwayners Ward a . Coven Garden Cradocke Lane Creed Lane Crooked Lane a , a . Crosby

    General Index, C, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Copenhagen Copley (Coppeley), Edward Lionel Margaret Winifred Coppe , David Coppen , Edmund Copplestone , Dr. Copsey , Charles Copt Hall , letters, & c., dated at Coquet , Office of Clerk of the Corbet (Corbett), Alexander Andrew Capt. Henry Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Book, June 1703, 1-15, 01 June 1703-30 June 1703

    for a privy seal to discharge the baronetcy fee of 1095 l . due from Sir Thomas Webster of Copt Hall co. Essex. (Privy seal dated June 30 hereon. Treasurer Godolphin's warrant to the Receipt dated July 6 hereon). Queen's

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Upper Berkeley-street. On IVedoneavy, ai Miarylebone ClhIurch, Henrv jo'ill feuyetis, Eaq. only sot! of John Convers, Eq9. of Copt Hall, Ewzd%, 5 Harriet, second datghbterof the Right Hwn. ThlorfasteSee lq Otn Settirday %veek at St. George the Martyr, Win. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and is described as being op. posite to a capital mansion called Fauxe Hall. The latter Lysons imagines, was the ancient manor-house mentisned above, which being afterwards pulled down or otherwise lost, the name was transferred to Copt Hall. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Vice- Chancellor, the President of Magdalen College, and the Warden of All Souls. MR HENRY JOHN COrEraaS, of Copt Hall, Essex, the respected head of one of the oldest families in the kingdom, died on the 31st nlt. Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    servants and othe's, is sett]e( d priis his three daughters.-Of Sifr. George lythies, iato of BicileyPntrk ,Kent, iis of Copt Hall, Essex; personalty, £1,500,000.-Of Sir. George Henry Pinckiey, formielly of East .Sheen, Surrey, afterwards of Lockicridge, near Msirilmorougs, WVilts; personalty, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and D. Davies, Nelson, Glamorganshire, grocers. tleouan WmLIxAM Ncanta, Nelson. Street, Sohetdbon-sez, draper and milliner. EasrsaT WILraIM DAmro, Copt Hall, Elldestone, Saffolk, farmer. JAN38 HAmnooD, Thorndon, Suffolk, farmer. SOUSA BUO3IoS, George Street, Manchester, merchants and GMK5IILALOH k , PLancaie Fold Subscribers-only content

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