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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    Great Amwell and Hertford Borough. Fines , 10 Ric. I and Rot. Cur. Reg . (Pipe R. Soc. xxiv), 219. See under Great Amwell . Fines , 10 Ric. I, & c . loc. cit. See under Great Amwell .

    Parishes Great Amwell

    Parishes Great AmwellGREAT AMWELL Emmewell or Emwell (xi-xiv cent.); Ammewell, Amewell or Amwell (xiii-xiv cent.); Amwell Magna, Much Amwell or Great Amwell (xvii cent.). The parish of Great Amwell lies on the right bank of the River Lea to

    Parishes Stanstead St. Margaret's

    , lying north of the village in the parish of Great Amwell . Stanstead St. Margaret's seems to have been originally a part of the parish of Great Amwell , in the middle of which it lies. There is no

    Parishes Broxbourne with Hoddesdon

    of the clerk of the peace. 3 The civil parish of Hoddesdon , formed from those of Broxbourne and Great Amwell , has an area of 2,685 acres, which on 1 January 1895 was divided into the parishes of Hoddesdon

    Parishes Graveley

    which the advowson of Graveley descended 66 until 1818, when Sir Thomas Salusbury sold it to John Green of Great Amwell . 67 From John Green it descended to his grandson the Rev. George Dewe Green , after whose death

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    legally culpable, they returned a verdict of " Accidental death,"-' Manches- *eFqCourier.' -i ,S X THE BIrTa-PLAXE or CoroLEni--In Great Amwell, near Warei bridge, there is a place called the "Meeting yard," constantly in- habited by a hundred people and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Same dsy, at Cherry Button, near Beverley, the infafti fon of Dcyan ID t BURTON, REsq. Same dey, at Great Amwell, Hertz, aged 73, ALBANY C. EoND, REsq., of od uscle to John Neeld, Esq., M.P., and the Iato Joseph Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., Ashfied House, Horeforth, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late William Hodgeon, Ecu., Boroughgate. Otley. DRWoEnsIDnGE-DAWE8,-March 30th, at Great Amwell. Herts, by V tho Rev. W. Neaves, Churles Parker eldest son of the late Rev. Charles Drawbridge, incumbent of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    74 years. NO3RTECOT- November S. at Weatfield, New- beckeubam, Emma Ward, widow of Stafford North- cot,, Esq., late of Great Amwell, Herifordshire, ag-d 75 years. SEAFORD-November , at Hampton Court, London. Lady Seaford, aged 90 yer WILSON-November 3, at Victoria Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2s 6d. In ever; case suchi announcement mbst &e prapaid and. dulg authenticated 131 RTHS. IOYD-2March 14, at Springfield, Great Amwell, Hents, the wife of Captain Edward K. Loyd, of a son. 1ARSHALL-3March 14, at Daeddington Rectory, Cambs., the wife Subscribers-only content

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