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  • * Victoria County History *

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    High Ongar Schools

    church, is single-storied and of red brick, with teacher's house attached. In 1865 a wooden building was erected near Nine Ashes Farm, Paslow Wood Common , for use as a church school, the cost being met by subscription. 86 The

    High Ongar Introduction

    a substantial brick house built about 1870. Nine Ashes Farm, now divided into tenements for the employees of Paslow Hall farm, is probably of the early 18th century. North of Nine Ashes the road is joined by King Street ,

    Parishes Hunsdon

    a few houses along the road between the church and the village called Acorn Street, one of which is Nine Ashes , the property and residence of Mr. Samuel Shott Death. In the village are several 17th-century cottages of timber

    High Ongar Manors

    of other farms in the district, which are managed from Paslow Hall farm: Rookery Farm (see Withers Pawne, above); Nine Ashes Farm, purchased in 1940 and consisting of 108 acres; Stanford Hall farm (in Stanford Rivers , q.v.); Berners Hall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eabout 172 acres of laud-sold for 8,600W, The Manor of Chivers Pawn-sold for 2251. Freehold three cottages, situae ate Nine Ashes, High Onar-sold for 2451. F'reehold piece of building land, High Ongar-sold for 14?. By Mesrs. J. J. ORGILL, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday last before 0. C. "Lewi?, Esq., Montr, on the bo'ly Qf Mr»., Esther Osboru'e,' *Vc uf;Wr\ Osboroe, of Nine Ashes, Higt. On'^ir, w&o'^TfS' flit 1 previous" Evening from having taken fiaSoaT" It appeared in evidence, *«**« mind bad «iTnt«Wft^ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Proorietor.) A small FREEHOLD ESTATE, comprising Two neat Cottages, with Gardens, situate on the road lead- ing from Nine Ashes to Norton Heath, in the occupa- tion of James Argent and John Kemp. May be viewed by leave of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Proorietor,) A small FREEHOLD ESTATE, comprising Two neat Cottages, with Gardens, situate on the road lead- ing from Nine Ashes to Norton Heath, in the occupa- tion of James Argent and John Kemp. May be viewed by leave of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    further Particulars, apply to Mr. James Rogers, Estate Agent, High Street, Maldon. [1175 ESSEX. TO LET, Capital DAIRY FARM, Nine Ashes and Wells Farm, in the Parishes of BLACK- MORE and HIGH ONGAR, about 4 miles from Ingatestone and Ongar Subscribers-only content

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