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    Romford Religious history

    several years. The mission met at the Regent Hall, Market Place, c . 1913-29 , and later at the Ingrave Hall , Ingrave Road . It appears to have ceased about 1933. Richmond Road Evangelical, formerly Peculiar People's, church originated Victoria County History

    Cases before the Committee, November 1647, 01 November 1647-30 November 1647

    Edward and Thomas, sons of Robert, third Lord Peter, each beg discharge of of their annuities on lands in Ingrave Hall, Essex, settled on them by their father. 111 525 517 17 June 1651. John Peter, 4th son of William, Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Osier-beds-at half past ten. filse Nelrnes fox-hounds Friday, at Hacton House; Friday, at Cray's Hill; Tuesday, Dec. 1st, at Ingrave Hall; Friday, Dec. 4th, at Aveley Mli. The -Cambridgeshire hounds Monday, at the Wheat Sheaf, Halton; Wednesday, at Ickwell Green; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    MARRIED. On the 17th inst. at Great Alaplestead, Frederic!: Luard Wollaston, Ksq. Barrister-at-Law, eldest son of George W.dlaston, Esq. of ( laphani Common, to Diana Harriet, '-'d daughter of John Sperling. Esq. of Dynes Hall. Essex. On the 18th Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    instituted in 1«17; Patron, Lord Rodney. 18th inst. aged S3 years, Mary, th* wife of Mr. Win- Boosey. of Ingrave Hall, leaving behind her four chil- dren of very tender years." 19th inst. at Great Chesterford, Mrs. Tahitha Kent aged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and unfortu- nately not insured. Incendiary Fire.- Last week a hay-stack, the pro- perty of Mr. Benjamin Whitty, of Ingrave Hall Farm, was set on fire in two places ; and notwithstanding a good supply of water and willing assistance Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Day) Friday, the 27th at C'rays Hill: Tuesday Dec. Ist, at Ingrave Hall; Friday 4th at Aveley Mill. The ESSEX UNION HOUNDS meet (To-morrow) 28th, at Hadleigb Gate ; Wednesday Dec. 2nd, at Saudon Green ; Sa- turday sth, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    county. April 23rd, at Surbiion Hill, Kingston-upon-Thames, Mary, widow of Thomas Hedge, Esq., formerly of Colchester. April 23rd, at Ingrave Hall, near Brentwood, after a long and painful illness. Miss Elizabeth Shepherd, eldest daughter of Mrs. Boosey, in the 2ttth Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    SPORTING. HER MAJESTY'S BUCKHOUNDS. During two days of the past week to annual custom) the Royal buckhounds hunted the vale of Ayles- bury country. The sport was first rate, and the field, each day, consisted of between two and Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    at half-past ten. Mr. Viltebois's staghounds on Thursday, at Houghton-on- the Hill- at eleven. The Nelmes hounds to-morrow, at Ingrave Hall ; Satur- day, at South Ockenden - at half-past ten. Mr. Candler's hounds to-morrow, at Woodcote Green; Friday, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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