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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Hatfield Peverel

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Hatfield Peverel 3. THE PRIORY OF HATFIELD PEVEREL 1 Ingelrica, the wife of Ranulph Peverel, 2 is said to have founded here in the time of William II a college of secular canons dedicated

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Wymondham

    under Henry le Spencer, bishop of Norwich . Among them was William York of Wymondham Priory. The prior of Hatfield Peverel , in Essex , who was one of the number, died in Flan ders ; the rest returned, but

    Religious houses Introduction

    the twelfth century. The abbey of St. John at Colchester was founded in 1096 , and the priory of Hatfield Peverel , a cell or dependency of St. Albans in Hertfordshire , in the same reign. Colne Priory was founded

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden

    temporally by the neglect of the abbot, and accordingly the abbot of Westminster and the priors of Stoke and Hatfield Peverel were ordered 15 to go to it and make a papal visitation, and correct what was amiss. In 1262

    West Ham Manors and estates

    the eastern counties escheated to the Crown: they were subsequently known as the honor of Peverel of London or Hatfield Peverel . 131 'Hamam', which King Stephen granted in 1141 to Geoffrey de Mandeville, Earl of Essex (d. 1144), in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SANDELL, Leonard (by 1533-70), of Hatfield Peverel, Essex.

    1533-70), of Hatfield Peverel, Essex. Constituency Dates Orford Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Jt. (with Miles Sandys†) clerk of the crown and King’s attorney KB 1559-d. Biography Leonard Sandell appears to have been returned for Orford to Mary’s third Parliament, although

    ALLEYN, John (1621-63), of Gray's Inn.

    1663. Biography Alleyn was probably descended from the family which under Henry VIII acquired Hatfield Peverel Priory and the advowson of Little Waltham, to which his father was presented in 1616. He was a clergyman of Puritan sympathies, but died

    DYER, John, of Maldon, Essex

    subsequently lived in Fullbridge Street. He and his wife also held property elsewhere in Essex, at Fairstead, Terling and Hatfield Peverel, which they put into the hands of trustees in 1395.[footnote] Dyer was engaged in the cloth trade, being assessed

    FORTESCUE, Henry (by 1515-76), of Faulkbourne, Essex.

    1559 he sold land on a fairly extensive scale, but his inquisitions post mortem list property in Faulkbourne, Witham, Hatfield Peverel and other Essex parishes, and estates at Eyworth, Bedfordshire and in several parts of Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire. When not

    JOBSON, Sir Francis (by 1509-73), of Monkwick, nr. Colchester, Essex.

    distributed in alms at his funeral, with another £4 to be divided among the poor of East Donyland and Hatfield Peverel. His daughter Mary was to have 600 marks towards her marriage, and his three younger sons £100 each. One

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INSOLVENTS. W. Simpson, Spondon, Derbyshire, plasterer. J. Jameson, Duke street, Manchester square, victualler. W. Edwards, Liverpool, commission-agent. R Mores, Hatfield Peverel, Essex, silk-throwster. BANKRIUPTS. S. Fennell, St Mary Axe, merchant. [Grimaldi, Copthall court. T. E. Heron, Beech street, oil and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, December 4. BANERUPfCY SUPERSEDED. J. Dibbs, jun., Dorset street, Portman square, plumber. BANKRUPTS. F. J. Bray, Chichester place, St Pancras,ironmonger. [Ellis, Chancery 1. S. Morse, Hatfield Peverel,silk-thhrowster. [Taylor, Featherstone buildings. N'. Pnimer, Neath, plumber. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is rarely a beginning; and to speak rigorously never a complete end. The Rev. Thomas Debary, formerly rector of Hatfield Peverel, Essex, died at the Church Manor, Bishops Storciord, on Sunday, aged seventy-five, from internal injuries, caused by a fall. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Boreham to Walthans, and termirnating in a Field marked 45 on the Parliamentary Plan. in the Parith ofsi Hatfield Peverel, being a Distance ofahernit l92 Chains. The Quantity o2 Earth-work in this Contract will amount to about 391,005a Cubic Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the farming stock to conmmence at twelve o'clocl at noon. hs Auctioneer'c-office, North-street, Weterby. D 10610 we . ce Hatfield Peverel, Little Waltham. nn,i Heylridlgo, Essex. so Superior Family Mansion, Park and Pisaisure Grosiunds, and Three 5 very excellent Farms, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A, 01 January 1553-31 December 1553

    , Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Duke of, 26. Aly , Jehan. See Leigh, Sir John. Alyne , John, of Hatfield Peverel, 471 note. Amazon , the River, 361. Ambassadors and diplomatic envoys: English, with the Emperor. See Chamberlain, Sir Thomas;

    July, 1659, An Act for settling The Militia in England and Wales., 26 July 1659-26 July 1659

    Vice Admiral John Lawson, Christopher Earl, Dudley Templer, Henry Wright, Esqs; Col. George Crompton, Herbert Pelham, Robert Bragg of Hatfield Peverel, John Brewster, Peter Whetcomb, Gobart Barrington, William Harlackenden of Earles Colne, Esqs; Capt. Rayner, Mr. Stephens of Malden, Col.

    General Index, D, E, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Gosfield in, see Gosfield. -, Great Parndon in, see Parndon, Great. -, Great Warley in, see Warley, Great. -, Hatfield Peverel in, see Hatfield Peve rel. -, Hornchurch in, see Hornchurch. -, Little Wendon in, see Wendon, Little. -, Low

    Spain, December 1553, 26-31, 26 December 1553-31 December 1553

    Abbot of San Saluto, a Piedmontese. i.e. Fran ois de Guise, Grand Prieur de France. A John Alyne, of Hatfield Peverel, gentleman, swore allegiance to Mary on July 14th, 1553. See Acts of the Privy Council for that year. But

    Abrahall - Ayray

    17 Feb 1662/3 f Tobel Aylmer of London and Writtle, Essex, gent, m Mary, da of John Sommes of Hatfield Peverel, Essex, mar 1628, Margaret, da of John Casinghurst of Leatherhead, Surr (3) City and Southwark property (4) Commsr for

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Hatfield Peverel Church & Priory, 1763

    Hatfield Peverel Church & Priory View of a small church from the north-east, which has a low doorway below a small square tower with a peaked roof, two tall narrow chimneys seen behind it. 1763Etching

 

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