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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Copford Nonconformity

    the Friends' meeting house. 96 That iron chapel apparently became inadequate and was moved in 1903 to the new Marks Tey Wesleyan Methodist church less than a mile further west to serve as a Sunday school building; the congregation presumably

    Boxted Nonconformity

    by 1749 , and it closed in 1751 . 51 A nonconformist preacher Richard Rand (d. 1692), ejected from Marks Tey in 1662 , was licenced to preach at Boxted in 1672 , perhaps at Robert Maidstone 's Pondhouse which

    Easthorpe Introduction Easthorpe 1840

    of Scotties farmhouse, and of Copford north-east of Easthorpe rectory, of Messing north-west of Fan Wood , and of Marks Tey west of Scotties farmhouse, totalling c . 96 a., were transferred to Easthorpe . 66 Easthorpe civil parish was

    Aldham Introduction Aldham c. 1840

    of London Road was transferred from Marks Tey to Aldham , enlarging the parish to 1,864 a. In 1948 and 1949 a total of c . 90 a. was transferred to Marks Tey , and 4 a. to the new

    Copford Introduction Copford 1876

    parishes. Part of the Colchester bypass, built at Marks Tey in 1969 , provided relief from through traffic for Copfor d . 2 Copford has no railway station, but Marks Tey station, on the main line from London to Colchester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first that her wausbaiid was alive, but he denied this. A4Sxs Dunxs, the wife of a labourer, living at Marks Tey, Essex, has been arrested on suspicion of having murdered her illegitimate son, aged three and a-half years. The accused Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of goads, witS observed to be oil fire, when nearly opposite the Trowvel and flaunmer, in the parish of Marks Tey, in Essex. Mr. Jacobs, of Stratford le-Bow, who was passing in a post-chaise at the nositent of its discovery, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rear break of the train in question, fioh leit Yarmouth at 9.4e5 .m. on Thursday last. She ived at Marks Tey at 12.20, the usual time. IIe felt a oden jerk when he got within a few hundred yards of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    above. named 12e.. and 8s. he had in hand. Out of the above sum he paid 7s. 6d. from Marks Tey station, and 9s. Ld. from Peterborough to Leeds. Some money was spent o, the road, ansi he was left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    preservation, secured by the it heroic act of Mr. Durrant Cardinall, a solicitor, ocurred .e some years ago at Marks Tey station, G.E.R. A very d iong train had just started, and Mr. Cardinall saw a r girl fall into Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Acts of the Court of High Commission, 01 May 1634-31 May 1634

    Report made by Sir John Lambe and Dr. Aylett. They recommend that Cooke, as impropriator of the rectory of Marks Tey, should be ordered to do certain repairs in the chancel of that church. fol. 18 b . Francis Wright, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    and see Marivoorde. Mark Lane , London Market Hill , Cambridge Markham , George Gervase Mr. Thomas examination of Marks Tey , Essex Marlborough , Earl of, see Ley, James. Marmett , Mr. Marsh , Gabriel, Marshal of the Court Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    Mariners , and see also Seamen. difficulty in obtaining poor petitions of Markajew and Market Jew , see Marazion. Marks Tey , Essex Marktree Forest , co. Hereford Marlborough , co. Wilts documents dated from Marlborough , Lord Treasurer, see Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1634-31 March 1635

    Thomas, saltpetreman his uncle Hillier , Ralph complaint of Hills , John, see R obert, of Maidstone. Robert, of Marks Tey Robert, of Maidstone Thomas Hilton , Henry William Hinchcliffe , Tristram Christopher, see Tristram. Hinchinbrook , co. Huntingdon Hincksman Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    , Lionel, Lord Huntingtower Toller , Flizabeth, house of, Horbling, Lincolnshire, licence requested for licence to George, house of, Marks Tey, Essex, licence to Tomes , William, Presbyterian, licence to house of, Saltash, Cornwall, licences to Tomkins , Sarah, house Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TEY, Thomas (1486 or 1488-1543), of Layer de la Haye, Essex.

    Colchester 1536-d. Biography The Teys were one of the oldest families in Essex. The senior branch was settled at Marks Tey, Essex, and Brightwell Hall, Suffolk, and had as its head Sir Thomas Tey, one of the courtiers who attended

    TEY, Robert (d.1426), of Marks Tey, Essex.

    (d.1426), of Marks Tey, Essex. Constituency Dates Essex Sept. 1397 Essex 1401 Ofifces Held Constable of Colchester castle, Essex 22 June 1396-c. Oct. 1404. Ofifces Held J.p. Essex 27 July-Nov. 1397, 28 Dec. 1411-May 1412, 12 Dec. 1414-17. Ofifces Held

    BRAHAM (BRAME), Sir John (d.1420), of Brantham, Suff.

    February that year, he had put his landed holdings into the hands of trustees, who included Robert Tey* of Marks Tey, Essex, like him a former member of Richard II’s household. They were to ensure that Braham’s widow, Joan, would


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