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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Monken Hadley Charities for the poor

    Monken Hadley Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. 88 Sir Roger Wilbraham built alms-houses for six poor women at the north-eastern corner of Hadley Green in 1612 . They were endowed with the rents and profits of two

    Monken Hadley Education

    Monken Hadley Education EDUCATION. Francis Atkinson (d. 1665) established an academy for gentlemen's sons at Ludgrove in the mid 17th century, under his son-in-law Joshua Poole (fl. 1632-46 ) of Clare Hall , Cambridge . 64 Atkinson's brother-in-law Gregory Lovell

    Monken Hadley Local government

    Monken Hadley Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. The abbot of Walden , after claiming view of frankpledge and the assizes of bread and ale in Hadley , Mimms, Edmonton , and Enfield in 1294 , altered his plea to claim the

    Monken Hadley Nonconformity

    Monken Hadley Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. Some members of the Bellamy family who owned land in the parish in the late 16th century were recusants. 48 Ralph Noble , yeoman, was indicted for recusancy in 1581 49 and Anne Berrowe in 1640

    Monken Hadley Introduction

    Monken Hadley Introduction MONKEN HADLEYMonken Hadley 1 lay in north-east Middlesex about 12 miles from London and at the south-western corner of Enfield Chase , north of the market town of Chipping Barnet ( Herts .). 2 The name

  • * British History Online * *

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    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1552

    VI. True Bill that, on the said day at Monken Hadley co. Midd., Roger Daldorne laborer, Thomas Daldorne yoman alias laborer, and Richard Misterley serving-man, all three of Monken Hadley aforesaid, stole a sheep worth three shillings, of the goods

    Wills, 9 Richard II (1385-6)

    She afterwards married Thomas Charlton of Oldfold (Cass's 'South Mimms,' London and Middlesex Arch ol. Soc., pp. 80-81). 2 Monken Hadley. 1 In 1364-5, and again in 1373, having previously served as Sheriff in 1349. A member of the Fraternity

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486-1488, 01 January 1486-31 December 1488

    John Grenerard etc., to the king. Like bond, mutatis mutandis , under like conditions. 290 William Coliar, maltman of Monken Hadley co. Middlesex, to Thomas Roger, 'yoman' of St. Albans, his executors and assigns. Gift of all his goods and Subscribers-only content

    London and Middlesex Fines, Henry VII

    Hil. Anno 4. Thomas Whaplod, citizen and "stockfyshmonger," of London, and John Mersh, and Joan, his wife. Premises in Monken Hadley. Trin. Anno 4 . John Berell, and Eliza, his wife, and Richard Okyngton and Ralph Cutfen, and Matilda, his

    Venice, February 1620, 17-28, 01 February 1620-28 February 1620

    or Sir Henry Goring, of Burton, who died in 1626 and was presumably about 50 at this date. Cass: Monken Hadley , pedigree of Greene at page 128. Christian Gonzaga, Count of Solferino, younger brother of Francis Gonzaga, Prince of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOODERE, Francis (by 1514-46), of Hadley, Herts. and Polesworth, Warws.

    to alienate to Francis Goodere and his heirs the advowson of South Mimms in Middlesex and the manor of Monken Hadley in Hertfordshire.[footnote]Goodere held no property in Calne, the borough for which he was returned with Robert Long, a local

    RASTELL, John (by 1468-1536), of London.

    to Paul’s Gate in Cheapside. He also acquired a country residence: in January 1515 he leased a house at Monken Hadley, near High Barnet and not far from Sir John More’s. There he did a considerable amount of building, clearing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to ing green.` Crouch-end, Muswell-bill, Iforuisey,' Southgate Totten- mont met 1aWood-green, Colney-hatch, Edmonton, Enliel4~ Finch- An ley, Hadley otherwise Monken Hadley, Ganwiok-corner, Bent- Act aid ley-heath, Mution-lane, .Potter's-bar and FryernBaxnet; or maki aysome of them, In the County of Middlesex; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I rn, Clerkenwell, Stoke Newington, Hlornsey, Highgate, Tottenham, I Irth Edmonton, Fryern Barnet, Whetstone, Fiunchley, Hadley, I Ofts otliprwise Monken Hadley, Enfield. and South Miimus, or I ZIsome of thfenmin the County of liiddlesex.I I East Barnet, Chipping Barnet, North Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I leorge IIL., for the enclosure of Englefeld Chase, it was pr vided .that part of the common at Monken Hadley, in Mid, llesex, shold, from the passing of the act, remain vested in the , chubehwardensofthe parish of Hadley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    court for that purpose at the Endield Armns, Enfield. The litt revised were those for Edmonton, Enfield, Fryen Barrnet, Monken Hadley, South Mimms, ai Tottenham. In the Enfield list, William Gadeby Davies, 15, Wigmore- street, Cavendiah-square, clsimed to voie in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Csamesas.--Atli: Crabbv.Whit. greave-A ddenbtooke v. Wbitehouso-New Brunswick Railway v. Mug- geridge-Parkinoon v. Hanbury-Wlliams v. Williams-Ward v. Ilydo -Ohutchwsrdenas of Monken Hadley v. Strong-Smith v. Domville- Pa' tor v. Bull. At 1 t: Morris v. Morris-Forrest v. Newby-Wilson V Wilou. At Subscribers-only content

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