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    Entry Book, October 1688, 1-15, 01 October 1688-15 October 1688

    called Pewitt Island in the parish of Oakley, of 200 acres, in the tenure of Westburne; the ditto called Hyde Marsh in the parish of Bradwell, of 18 acres, in the tenure of Robert Gulliford, junr.; the ditto adjoining the British History Online

    Index, G

    , Thomas, rebel in the West, 419. Gullet Walk see Whittlewood Forest. Gulliford , Robert, senr. and junr., tenants, Hyde Marsh (Essex), 2091; their marshes (Bradwell, Essex), 2092. Gulstan (Gulston), Mr., of London, merchant, importing cinnamon, 2029. -, William, of British History Online

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    -, Samuel, tenant, Exchange Alley, London, 1965. -, Thomas, ransomed from slavery in Algiers, petition for Customs place, 171. Hyde Marsh (Bradwell, co. Essex), 2091, 2092. Hyde Park (London), hackney coaches admitted to, 1829. deer in, 1734. new highway, 1533, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the parish. Lord Rayleigh also gave bread and beef to his workmen in Little Baeldow, Woodham Ferris, and Hyde Marsh. Lord and Lady Rayleigh issued invitations to the tradesmen to a social gathering ami supper on Dec. 20, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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