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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cuddington

    no village of Cuddington ; Henry VIII pulled down the church, the old manor-house, and the village, to make Nonsuch Palace . 1 It appears possible from its position that the destroyed church and village were in this neighbourhood, and

    Industries Clock and watch-making

    in 1487 . Six French craftsmen were imported in the time of Henry VIII to make a clock for Nonsuch Palace . Nicholas Oursiau, Frenchman and denizen, was clockmaker to both Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth , and constructed the

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Mary of Merton

    the church and conventual buildings were at once pulled down, and the materials used in the building o f Nonsuch Palace . Priors of Merton Robert Bayle, 102 circa 1115-50 Robert II ., 103 1150-67 William, 104 1167-77-8 Stephen, 105

    Parishes Walton on Thames

    Matilda his wife, 111 which may indicate that he was then lord of the manor. When Henry VIII built Nonsuch Palace as many as eighty loads of timber were obtained from Southwood , or the South Woods , for that

    Hackney Manors HACKNEY: ESTATES OF PRINCIPAL LANDOWNERS c. 1830

    towards the road; two stair turrets, their jettied upper floors forming polygonal pavilions, were in the style used at Nonsuch Palace , begun in 1538 . 23 Henry Norris replaced it with a more compact house, commissioned in 1729 and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Nonconformable ministers to be brought to conformity , 366, 379 380, 416 417, 421. Nonconformity , justification of, 451. Nonsuch Palace [Surrey ] , 262. letter dated at, 188. Norden : John, letters from, 237, 451. Mr., 359. Norfolk ,

    Buildings

    committed to the Tower; released, January 18th, 1555; appointed Comptroller of the Household to Queen Elizabeth, 1577; died, 1590. Nonsuch Palace, in the Manor of Cuddington, Surrey. It was exchanged by Sir Richard de Codington with Henry the Eighth for

    Cheam

    is an engraving of Nonsuch palace by Hoefnagle 53 , from which the annexed print was copied. There is also a small engraving of it in the corner of Speed's Map of Surrey. Nonsuch Palace Braun, speaking of Nonsuch, says,

    General Index, N, O, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    concerning Noel , Baptist, Lord Mr. Theodotia, afterwards Viscountess Wimbledon Nonconformists , see Puritans. Nonsuch , the King's ship Nonsuch Palace , Surrey Norfolk , Richard, petition of Norfolk Deputy Lieutenants letter to justices of assize, letter to justices of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1640-31 August 1640

    see Maxwell, Robt. Nixson , Mr., parson Nobottle , co. Nottingham, list of defaulters in Nonconformists , see Puritans. Nonsuch Palace , Surrey Norcliffe , Mur. Norfolk , co. arms sent out of, last year not returned coat and conduct-money Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loav..a a 'a ' .- .arj Ttt.P gaged in the six-mile ra ce f EpSO.I. he iass - I Nonsuch Palace on hini acoinet ?3,) gLitra.ea: I Iest, and the palace v'as hantded seer to 59 immniediately get it polled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    period, actual racing was to be seen there only occasionally, (as it had been when King James was at Nonsuch Palace), down to the year 1730, from which period they have been held annually ; and, of late, twice a-year. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    adoration of the skill which has brought about such marvels. Greater London this month treats of Carshalton, Sutton, and Nonsuch Palace. Macmillan. Mrs. Oliphant's story of " The Wizard's Son " is concluded without any clear unravelling of the mystery. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. 1181. Braun et Hohenberg, Civitates Orbis Terrarum, printed at Cologne in 1572, containing fine and rare view* of Nonsuch Palace, and other remarkable places in Great Britain, the six volumes in two, 4/. H. G. Bohn. 1197. Watteau: five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they still ring their ghostly kneU above the fiercest roaring of wind and sea. - Collins's Notes in Cornwall. Nonsuch Palace. - Our antiquarian friends may not he aware that traces of this old residence of Elizabeth are sti.l to Subscribers-only content

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