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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Boundaries

    included the Geedons between Fingringhoe and Langenhoe , and the Parrock or north part of the Pyefleet channel around Mersea Island , 19 suggesting that Westness may have been the later Westmarsh point on the north shore of the entrance

    Wivenhoe Charities for the poor

    to over 30 m. across much of the north and east of the parish. There are views across to Mersea Island from the higher parts. Much of the parish is glacial gravel and sand, but there is glacial loam in

    Georgian Colchester Economic history

    landwaiter, a searcher, two tidesmen, another searcher at Wivenhoe , two boatmen at Brightlingsea , and a boatman at Mersea Island , the collector's jurisdiction being co-extensive with the port of Colchester . The revenue vessel, based at Wivenhoe ,

    Index K-Z

    Gillian, m. Ellis son of John , Hen. de, Mersea , East, Mersea , West, prior of, urban district, Mersea Island , Mersea Road , Messing , Metcalf , John, Methodists , Primitive, United Methodist Free ch., Wesleyan, Culver Street

  • * British History Online *

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    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1732, 05 January 1732-28 December 1732

    79. Feb. 2 Treasury warrants. James Reade, tidesman, inferior list, London port, loco Christopher Slade, deceased; Thos. Legg, boatman, Mersea Island, Colchester port, loco Samuel Hicks, deceased; Seth Dewhurst, waiter and searcher, Lytham, Poulton port, loco Wm. Pearson, deceased. Customs

    Warrant Book, December 1711, 11-20, 01 December 1711-31 December 1711

    last, prefixed. Peter Lansdon to be established as a boatman with a small boat at the west end of Mersea Island, a place notorious for smuggling: at 25 l . per an. salary: as by the like presentment of April

    Index, M, 01 January 1730-31 December 1734

    Solomon, 51, 560, 660, 675. Merrifield , Elizabeth, 279, 590. Merrsett , Richard, Sheriff of Gloucester, 651. See Mariett. Mersea Island , 353, 358, 680. Mersh , John, 431, 437, 448. Mersey river , 77. Merton , Flint, 201. -,

    Warrants for Minor Appointments, 1736, 02 January 1736-30 December 1736

    Marblehead, in New England. Customs Book XIV. p. 166. April 21 Same to same. William Jackson, a boatman at Mersea Island, Colchester port, loco Ambrose Corby, resigned; Henry Smith, a boatman at Brightlingsea, Colchester port, loco Joseph Waters, sen., deceased;

    Index, M, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    Receivers-General of, 545. Merit , John, 373. Merrett , Solomon, 310. Merriton , Mr., 92. Merrywhether , Richard, 333. Mersea Island , 285, 454. Messenger (messengers) of the Chamber . See Jones, John. -, (-,) of the Press. See Press.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will in the course of the nmonth oi October pass a few days at Complegne, The smacksmen plying off Mersea Island, on the coalt of Essex, have discovered labout 1,2O0 casks of tice gunpowder, floating about in that locality, Universaeiam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that fish hatching is likely to be very successiful.--Daly Ninevs, EXTENSIVn DISOOVERY O0 FLOATING GUN- PowDsRns-The smacksmen plying off Mersea Island, on tha coast of Essex, have discovered about 1,200 casks of fine gunpowder floating about in that locality. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doctoi's Field, containing sa. lr. 14p. - Mr. J. M. Bills, 3.0 Z .; timber, il. Lot 22. '• Mersea Island " Field, 2a. lr. 2Sp.-Mr. A. Bentall Collis, G. stinglhorpe, 100/. ; timber, 9/. Lot 23. Grass land iv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the parish of Peldon, about six miles from Colchester, close to Peldon Church, and overlooks the river Blackwater and Mersea Island, and offers attractive sites for the erection of a Gentleman's Residence. The locality is exceedingly healthy, aud the property Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which is to come under the hammer of Mr. Bichard J. Collier. The property overlooks the river Blackwater and Mersea Island, and both the river and the island are names of strength to wild fowlers. The manor of{Peldon has belonged Subscribers-only content

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