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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Theydon Mount Introduction

    is by a drive off the Stapleford Tawney road . 10 North Farm , at the Mount End cross-roads, appears to date from the first half of the 18th century. Tarlings, nearly opposite the north lodge of Hill Hall

    Theydon Mount Churches

    They continued to descend together until 1925, when the advowson was sold with Hill Hall to Sir Robert Hudson . The advowson then passed with Hill Hall until the house was purchased by the Prison Commissioners, when it remained with

    Theydon Mount Manors

    is always called Mount Hall . For the manor houses of Mount Hall and Hill Hall see below, Hill Hall . The manor of HILL HALL was held of that of Theydon Mount . In 1373 Richard de Northampton ,

    Theydon Mount Parish government and poor relief

    the overseers held office for two years. Thereafter they served only for one year. Sir William Smijth, Bt., of Hill Hall was overseer in 1792 -3. Between 1745 and 1770 four women served as overseers. In 1833 an assistant overseer

    Stapleford Tawney Manors

    manor to Sir Edward Smyth , Bt., of Hill Hall , Theydon Mount 87 (q.v.). Afterwards the manor descended along with Hill Hall until the break up of the Hill Hall estate. 88 The manor then passed with the manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marseilles, on his way to Nice, Job Mathew Raikfes, Esq., of Tun- bridge Wells. On the 5th inst., at Hill Hall, in the county of Essex, Sir Thomas Smyth, Bart., in his 54th year. On the 7th inst., at Coughton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 2d inst. at Cheshunt chnortb, Wiltiam Smyth, Esq., eldest son of the Rer. Sir E. Smyth, Bart., of Hill Hall, Essex, to Marianne Frances, second daughter of Sir Henry aeux, Boot, of Theohald's park, Herts. On the 31st ult. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tbe onoUttoxeter Josph ladnEsq Ol Feld House, Uttoxeter Thomas Bear, Esq. U rode Hous, London Thomas Cartwrigbt, EsqA Hill Hall, Staffordshire William John Biake, Esq. 6M2 Portland plaee, London Thomas Latdon Esq. the Manor house. BDrton-upon- tree Same Walker Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Joebra Hoton Dwes, Drltcvosts. I-C Josha Hrto DaesEsq., Ironeusoter, Trentholmeo, Meassigisamus. Kirton Lindsay.I Daintily Hollins, Esq., Manufacturer, Oank Hill Hall, Stoke-on- Gr Treet. at -Rev. J1. Cummltoc Mao~ca, M.A * Hilbre House, West Kirby. St J. H. Murchison, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norreys wase elected president, succeeding Lord Ran- dolphs Churchill in that ofico, dir. George Herbert Morrell, n of Headingtoms Hill Hall, near, Oxford. who has generously placed tise site on wbIc the Bath ansI West of Enigland. Society's Show was Subscribers-only content

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