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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Tawney Introduction

    Mount (q.v.) but the two parishes have remained separate for civil purposes. The south of the parish, where the River Roding forms the boundary, is about 100 ft. above sea-level. From here the land rises gradually to over 300 ft.

    Abbess Roding Introduction

    most of those in Ongar hundred. All the Rodings are situated on Boulder Clay in the valley of the River Roding , which takes its name from them. There are few trees or hedges in the area, which makes the

    Norton Mandeville Introduction

    202. 7 The soil is Boulder Clay with a patch o f glacial loam at Norton Heath . The River Roding forms the western boundary of the parish. A tributary of the Roding which rises near Dodd 's Farm in

    Fyfield Introduction

    sea-level in the south-east and 280 ft. in the north-west. In the valley between these two hills is the River Roding which enters the parish in the east and flows south to form part of the southern boundary before leaving

    List of illustrations and maps

    (derelict in 1955 ). From an estate map of 1654, E.R.O. D/ DC 27/ 1121 " " 226 The River Roding and Passingford Mill from Passingford Bridge " " 232 Loughton : Trees in Epping Forest showing the effects of

  • * British History Online *

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    County of Essex, Barking

    it is become of little value, the tolls of both being let for 10l. per annum. River Roding . The small river Roding, which rises in the north part of the county near Elsenham, runs along the western boundary of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wuiiid meet them; but he did not go there, and on Monday morning his body was found in the River Roding, at Barking, with a waist-belt fastened around the legs.-After hearing some further evidence, the jury returned a verdict of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he Parish of Ra r ki ntr , at or near the spot where that Kail way crosses the River Roding, thence passing through or into the several parishes and places following, or some of them, that is to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tilbury, and Southend Railway, i the Parish of Barking, at or near the spot where tbat Railway crosses the River Roding, thence passing hrough or into the several parishes and places following, r some of them, that is to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heavy rain.-., and consequent swollen state of the river, has been for some weeks past under water) in the River Roding, near Mr. Stevens's mill, in the parish of Stapleford Abbotts, E<sex, a few yards from the old Dunmow high Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be correct, the company will be spared the expensive ordeal of a Sheriff's Court Jury. - Railway Times. The River Roding. - A considerable rivulet, called the Roding, discharges itself into the Thames, under the name of Barking Creek. It Subscribers-only content

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