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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Charities

    was an almshouse of four rooms in East Street , otherwise called Bull Street. Repairs were paid for out of the donation account. An almshouse existed at the south end of East Street until 1879 when the site was sold

    Parishes West Pennard

    East Street , Roger of East Street , and in 1256 by Cecily and Lucy of East Street . 88 William of East Street is mentioned in the later 13th century 89 and 1325, 90 and Roger of East Street

    Houses of Dominican Friars Chichester

    grounds and gave it to them. 4 The same queen in 1286 made a further grant of land in East Street . 5 In 1289 they obtained leave to enclose their enlarged lands with a wall, blocking up two streets

    Bailiffs and mayors

    1242 Guy Basset and Ralph son of Peter 7 c . 1249 Ralph son of Peter and Walter of East Street 8 1250 Ralph son of the priest, John son of Ellis , Walter le Mott, and Saer Halferthing (

    Winshill Other churches

    Winshill by 1862 , probably in a chapel in existence by 1871 at the junction of Hawfield Lane and East Street . 13 The chapel was replaced in 1887 by one at the corner of Church Hill Street and Mill

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Gloucester Lodge

    Constitution, 27 June 1798," but was retained on the Roll, taking a new number and name at the " Union." Notes (2): It was not removed from the List until 1822. Meeting Places Freemasons' Hall, East Street, Southampton, Hampshire 1792

    Lodge of Friendship

    " Fleece," East Street, Chichester, a short time, whilst the Swan was being rebuilt. Notes (2): United with " Lodge of 'Harmony" No. 52 [No. 35, Ancients, of 13 March 1812], in 1828. Meeting Places Swan, East Street, Chichester, Sussex

    no name is given

    the end of Engraved List of 1763, there appears another entry. No. 305, "At Havant, Hams," but it is not continued, and is, I infer, a duplicate entry of this Lodge. Meeting Places Black Bear, East Street, Havant, Hampshire 1763

    no name is given

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Falcon, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1764

    St. George's Lodge

    (1781): 203 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Fountain Inn, East Street, Taunton, Somersetshire 1764

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FAUCONER, John, of Devizes, Wilts.

    In about 1430 Fauconer and his wife gave a house in East Street, Devizes, to the parish church of St. John there, the rent from which was to provide wages for a chantry chaplain. He witnessed a deed at Devizes

    CORDELL, William (d.1395/6), of Bridport, Dorset.

    tenements. In the spring of 1388 William Hamond† of Dorchester authorized him to deliver seisin of a burgage in Bridport. He probably died before 1396 when a house in East Street was said to be no longer in his possession.[footnote]

    BRADWAY, Richard (d.1415/16), of Southampton.

    Southampton where, after 1392, he built up a sizeable estate. Part of his property, which included a croft in East Street, a house built of stone, two adjoining tenements and a garden on the east side of English Street, another

    CATELL, John (by 1521-67 or later), of Bridport, Dorset and London.

    London Oct. 1565. Biography John Catell was left by his father’s will of 4 Apr. 1540 three burgages in East Street, Bridport, one in South Street, £6 13s.4d. worth of woollen cloth and a small quantity of plate. He lived

    COMBE, William, of Chichester, Suss.

    a descendant of Richard atte Combe, who in 1357 had acquired a number of shops and tenements situated in East Street and ‘La Swynchepinge’ in Chichester. He was serving as bailiff of Chichester when returned by the city to Parliament

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gariai bawb gydag ef Diewn llesmair o fwynhad. Ganwyd Mr. Samuel Roberts ar y 14eg o Fedi, 1831, yn East Street, Liverpool, heol feehan yn yinyl Pohis Square-beol sydd erbyn hyn wedi ei difodi, ac wedi syrthio i ebargoflant. Fel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Cause, Toner against Thompson, Aillpe~mons claimning, tu'be the next of'kin of John Thompson oO D snd late of East Street; Pais * .6ml f Pev.ire Street .ue ,SPrYrd in thcar Saint George the-Martyr, in therCouaty of: Marblesefo Carpentat te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are two or three-for instance, the well-known Mutton's, Markwell's (close to Brill's famous baths), the Aquarium, and Booth's in East Street; but they are not quite what is wanted, and if any enterprising individual made a speciality of this he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    frequent attac'ks of epilepsy end old age. 1SUINDN T1sRO1imaL GRiEF.-ArL inquest was held at d the White Horro Inn, East Street, last evening, before n Dr. C. . . Iliffe, coroner, t olcching the death of Mary sPatrick, widow, Paynes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tBoolcilkeepcr. Gone adrapid pernman-"Address,.F. 211, Daily Poet. 278lO 1NlIGNE-T)RIVERt or Stoker Wanllts Situation; experienced. E AGsod references.-D, Thomas, Ill, East Street, Dedminster, 0 Bristol. .c2725 0JAR 1B1LFF Seeks.Re-engagemnent; practical in the euitiva-. 1ItoMfliAh aced heavy eoilo; expeorienced in allkindso0fSioce, Igadooedjudge. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Ministers' Accounts, 1550

    in Wortonstrete. Thomas ap Owen. Burgage in Northgate. Thomas ap Owen. Burgage in Dukestrete. Robert Owen. Burgage in the East Street. Henry Edwards. Burgage and cottage by North Gate. Burgage in Dukestrete. John Lewes. Burgage in the High Street. Saunder

    Schedule of place names, Introduction

    "Middle Row to Crockherbtown," and the lane on the north side of that row was called Smith Street or East Street. In the 17th century Duke Street was sometimes termed Shoemaker Street; but anciently Shoemaker Street was made up of

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part I

    Michaelmas 1817 4 0 0 " 28, Robert Street, and No. 1, East Street W. Holcombe 59 " " Midsummer 1813 6 0 0 " 16, East Street J. Greed 50 " " Michaelmas 1822 4 0 0 " 11,

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1771-77 and addenda

    for 2 lives from 1670, at 1 s . 28. Late Joseph Cheltenham, now John Hamonds, a curtilage in East Street, for 21 years from 1712, at 6 d . 29. Joan Edward, "A Cott & Gard n out of

    General Index, G, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    arms of the family of Caithness Gloucester , letters dated from the assizes at, person convicted at, for coining East Street, letter directed to the castle of, grant of the office of constable and keeper of mentioned Gaol, prisoner in Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 20/09/1756

    Admiral Matthews. My Wife now gave up the Shop in Boswell Court , and I took a House in East Street for her, and furnished it for Lodgers, which took all the Money I had, and when Admiral Matthews died,


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