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    Index, G, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    of). See Cockerell, James -, -, kitchener of, II. 1212 (p. 428). Gislingham , Suff., I. g. 1103 (11). Gladfen Hall , Essex ( qu . Glatfield Hall, near Gosfield?), II. g. 191 (40). Glamis , lady (Janet Douglas), sister British History Online

    Henry VIII, October 1543, 26-31, 01 October 1543-31 October 1543

    Bannandesdalehed, Borowdale, Borowdalehedde and Capull in the parishes of Kendall and Shappe, Westmld., and the manor of Gladfen alias Gladfen Hall, Essex, with lands (extent given) in Gladfen and Halsted; to Sir Wm. lord Parre. Westm., 16 Oct. Pat . British History Online

    Index, G, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Gisburn monastery . See Guisborough. Gittons , Thos., I. g. 623 (53). Gladbach monastery , in Juliers, II. 142. Gladfen Hall , Essex, II. g. 327 (16). Gladhouse , Thos., I. g. 981 (46). Glamis (Glammis, Glammes), John Lyon lord, British History Online

    Henry VIII, May 1542, 21-31, 01 May 1542-31 May 1542

    1. 75. Sir Ric. Riche, Chancellor of the Augmentations. Grant, in fee, of (1) the manor of Gladfen alias Gladfen Hall, and (2) the rectory of Matching, which belonged to the suppressed priory of Leghes, Essex, with all possessions of British History Online

    Henry VIII, June 1537, 26-30, 01 June 1537-30 June 1537

    of Leighes, Essex, 29 Jan. 7 Hen. VIII., to Sir Hen. Bowser earl of Essex, of the manor called Gladfen Hall, Essex; for 96 years; at 6 l . rent. (2.) By Thos. Ellys, the late prior, and the convent British History Online

    Henry VIII, July 1546, 26-31, 01 July 1546-31 July 1546

    etc., at 52 s . 9 d . (2.) Pat. 25 June 29 Hen. VIII., of the reversion of Gladfen Hall and of certain marshes in Fowlnes, the manors of Slamesey, Oldehall and Brenthall, a water mill in Boreham, the British History Online

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    Chairman R. B. SCALE, Esq., Fitzjohns R. S. EDWARDS, Esq., Halsted S. H. DAY, Esq., Ditto Mr. A. MAY, Gladfen Hall Mr. BEARD, Greensted Hall Mr. YELDHAM, Halsted Mr. C. NUNN, Ditto The Members of this Committee assemble every Friday Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Chairman R. B. SCALE, Esq., Fitzjohns R. S. EDWARDS, Esq., Halsted S. H. DAY, Esq., Ditto Mr. A. MAY, Gladfen Hall Mr. BEARD, Greensted Hall Mr. YELDHAM, Halsted Mr. C. NUNN, Ditto The Members of this Committee assemble every Friday Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    It. B. Scale, Esq., 1 itzjohns R. S. Edwards, Esq., Halsted S. 11. Day, Esq., Ditto Mr. A. May, Gladfen Hall Mr. Beard, Greensted Hall Mr. Yeldham, Halsted Mr. C. Nunn, Ditto Hedingham Committee. John Payne Elwes, Esq. Sible Hedingham, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Chairman R. B. Scale, Esq., Fitzjolms R. S. Edwards, Esq., Halsted S. H. Day, Esq., Ditto Mr. A. May, Gladfen Hall Mr. Beard, Greensted Hall Mr. Yeldham, Halsted Mr. C. Nunn, Ditto Eedingham Committee. John Payne Elwes, Esq., Sible Hedingham Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    CHELMSFORD. Eastern Counties' Railway. TIiHK RKTI'EX FOR THE WEEK EXDIKG MAT 31, 1846. 4*ESf Pmsnngeru, Parcels, __c 0,7f1* 2 2 _£. s. d. Merchandise. CaUli, ice 2,012 10 4-9,411 1 6 Week ending June 1, lwi:>, 5,049 6 4 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    suddenly, at his residence, 17, Tatchbrook Street. Pimlico, aged 49, Edward, eldest son e>f the late Edward Woolnier, Esq., Gladfen Hall, Haistead. Jan. 4th. after a painful affliction, Miss Jane Mead, of Abridge Cottage, Lambourne. J:in. 4th, at Little Leighs Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Mr. Christopher Thos. Masou, of the New London Road, Chelmsford, and daughter or the late Mr. Abraham May, of Gladfen Hall, Halsted. Nov. 24th, at Eppiug, aged 23, Jane Isabella, eldest daughter of tbe late John Windus, Esq. i N Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Agricultural Society.- The annual plough- ing match of ibis Society took place on Tuesday last in a field at Gladfen Hall. Twenty-nine ploughs were entered, and the work was generally well done. Jn the evening a small party ot members Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Society.- The annual plough- ing match of this Society took place on the 28th uit. in a field at Gladfen Hall. Twenty-nine ploughs were entered, and the work was generally well done. Inthe evening a small party ot members and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    annual meeting of this Association was held on Friday last. The ploughing match, took place in a field on Gladfen Hall Farm, in the occupation of Mr. Woolmer,. whohandsomely provided a luncheon for the visitors. The annual dinner took place Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at his residence, 17, Tatch- brook Street, Pimlico, aged 19, Edward, eldest son of the late Edward Woolmer, Esq., Gladfen Hall, Haistead. ] INTERMENTS AT COLCHESTEE CEMETERY During the Week ending Jan. 11, 1867. i Jane Purkis, St. Martin, 32 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Friend Society.- The annual meeting of Ibis Society was held on Friday last, the ploughing match taking place at Gladfen Hall Farm, in the occupation uf Mr. John Woolmer. Tbere were 27 ploughs entered for cn m _ : petition, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    days. - lnspector Hammond reported tbe following fresh eases of foot-and-mouth disease: - Five bullocks at Mr. Wm. Bright's, Gladfen Hall, Halstead ; four heifers, five bullocks, and eleven pigs at Mr. J. 11. Firmin's, Colne Engaine. Hedingham Highway Board.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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