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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Port

    port. 94 In the 14th century Colchester port included South Geedon and Parrock fleet (part of Pyfleet channel) creeks, Hamford Water , East Mersea and Brightlingsea ; similar limits were claimed, apparently successfully, in 1587 . 95 In 1680 the

    Index A-J

    : Jas., John, Halsnoth , see Harsnett Halstead , rural district, Ham , West, Hamburg ( Germany ) , Hamford Water , Hammant , Susannah, Hammond : Chris., John, Hammond & Co. , Hampshire , see Shirley ; Southampton ;

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    plans of two forts are given commanding the entrance to the haven on either side, one between Harwich and Hamford Water, the other on "Langer Poynt" (Landguard Point). On parchment , mounted on cloth , 3 ft. by 2ft. 7

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plan deposited at the Board of Trade, and marked "Hamford Water Fishery Order 1882 "), namely : all. those parts of the bed of the river' known as Hamford Water, and of its adjoining tribu- taries, that is to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Smith, of Burnham, has ob- tained an order for the establishment of an oyster and unissel fishery in Hamford Water and the' adjacent .reeks. The people of Walton, however, may con- gratulate themselves upon having secured for their visitors Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plan deposited at the Board of Trade, and marked "Hamford Water Fishery Order, 1882 "), namely : all those parts of the bed of the river, known as Hamford Water, and of its adjoining tribu- taries, that is to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Burnham, has obtained an order from the Board of Trade for a several oyster and mussel fishery in Hamford Water, subject to qualifications and according to limits specified in the order, the particulars of which have not vet been Subscribers-only content

    Morning Post, MONDAY APRIL 1 1793

    5oo deals eabh, and finur very fine fpars, fz:nt from the fhip yefterday, at tw lve o'clock, up the Hamford Water. We know not on whore prod. t y the deals are intended to be landed. This aftemoonm at three Subscribers-only content

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