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You searched for: Place: "Crosby Hall", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hanworth Lych Gate, Hanworth Dayrell

    the manor came into the possession of Sir John Crosby , 40 alderman of London , and founder of Crosby Hall . 41 After his death in 1475 t he custody of the manor was granted during the minority of

    Parishes Fawley

    wall of the same dairy is a doorway with a four-centred head, brought here from the Great Chamber of Crosby Hall in London in the early 19th century. In the grounds to the south-east of the house is an elaborate

    Townships Little Crosby

    a harvest of shrimps, flukes, and cockles from the sea and broad firm sands. Excepting those which cluster about Crosby Hall , there are but few trees or hedges, fields being principally divided by ditches. The alluvial soil produces good

    Tottenham Churches

    of the fabric were restored in 1958 and 1961. Fittings included an organ on which Mendelssohn had played at Crosby Hall ( City of London ), whence it was brought by Mr. and Mrs. Robins . There was seating for

    The borough of Southwark Manors

    of the 14th century. The hall itself was on the first floor, above a low substructure, and, as at Crosby Hall , had evidently a number of private rooms at the east end under the same roof. The existing remains

  • * British History Online * *

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    James 1 - volume 96, March 1618, 01 March 1618-31 March 1618

    were much pleased with it, and with the crowds that flocked about them, to and from their lodgings at Crosby Hall. Particulars of the tilt, and the devices. Capt. Harry Mainwaring knighted. March 26. London. 84. Edw. Sherburn to the Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Frances Hen. Thos., Lord alias Williams, Sir Oliver Anne, Lady Crook , Sir Hen. Crooke , Dr. Hilkiah Crookhaven Crosby Hall Cross , Sir Robt. Crosse , Wm. Crossing-Temple Crossland chace Crowe , Mr. Crowland Crown , debts of debts Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    from, 345. Crooks , Hugh, 844. Croon , P., 563. Croply , Mary, p. 301. Croppenburgh , , 99. Crosby Hall , 127. -, House, p. 69, p. 84, pp. 243 4, p. 289, 451, p. 360, 749, 766, p.

    Notes on the aldermen, 1701-1838

    He married a sister of Lord Burnham. 1889. Sir Horatio Davies. He was for some years the proprietor of Crosby Hall, then used as a restaurant. 1890. Sir Alfred Newton. The City Imperial Volunteers were raised during his Mayoralty. 1891.

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.101-200

    i. 35 55; Gent. Mag. Library , xv. 249 66. For an account of seven original documents relating to Crosby Hall see N. and Q . 10th ser. viii. 30; they are dated 1552 67, the last being the sale

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRALL and SON. *o*'Quarter Pipes of Port, Pale and Brown Sherries, imported for Family trade. The-Vaults, which are under Crosby Hall, are open for inspection. C ELEBRATED for BOYS' CLOTHING.- C DOUDNEY'and SON, 49 Lombard street.-Established 1784.- HumsrSuits,24s.; BestCloth, 3Is.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Elizabeth's reign, one William Shakespeare was rated as of the Bishopsgate parish of St Helens, the site of Crosby Hall and other picturesque and still existing memo- rials of Elizabethan London. Finally he traces the poet's descendants through the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Mrs Keeley. L O V E' S ENTERTAINMENTS. - EASTEE LHOLIDAYS.-Continnntisn at Overflawing Houses-Change oa Entertainment- Ventriloquism extr.aor.dinary, Crosby Hall, Bishops gaet stress. On Wednesday, April 14th, and Friday, April 16th, Air Lava will present (for the first time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CLASSS FOR YousGo MTsrl.-On Monday evening a meet- ing of the society for the above object was held at Crosby Hall, to re- ceive the fourth annual report; the Lord Mayor presided, and many clergymen and gentlemen of the City Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    established any close personal relations between those who teach and those whom they are teaching. There were also at Crosby Hall excellent evening classes open at very low fees to the young men of the city of London. They did Subscribers-only content

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