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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Abbess Roding Introduction

    moated enclosure south of old Rookwood Hall . Some huts and other service buildings remain, some used as stores. Fairlands (formerly Cockerells) is on an ancient moated site ½ mile north-west of Rookwood Hall . The house is timber-framed and

    Abbess Roding Nonconformity

    , minister of the Presbyterian church in Gravel Lane , Houndsditch . 66 He is said to have visited Rookwood Hall for the benefit of his health and to have obtained from his hosts the use of a former malt

    Abbess Roding Manors

    and which in 1873 contained 1,564 acres in Essex . 34 In 1843 Rookwood Hall farm comprised 279 acres. 35 Only part of old Rookwood Hall remains and this is in a ruinous condition. It stands on a site of

    The Hundred of Ongar

    and was there met by the lord of Rookwood Hall with all tenants of the Abbess Roding 'Watch', whose duty it was to guard the staff. The lord of Rookwood Hall had also prepared 'a great rope called a barr'

    List of illustrations and maps

    Buckhurst Hill . Air View from the west, 4 June 1952 facing " 18 Chigwell Village 19 Barns at Rookwood Hall , Abbess Rod ing . Photograph by G. N. Kent , 1940 " " 19 Dews Hall, Lambourne ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, November 1606, 01 November 1606-30 November 1606

    of sheriffs for the county of Essex. Being both unprovided and in debt, prays to be spared this year. Rookwood Hall, 6 Nov., 1606. Holograph. Seal . p . ( 118. 43.) The Bishop of Durham to the Same. 1606,

    James I: Volume 50, December, 1609, 01 December 1609-31 December 1609

    be abridged, for the King's ease. His Majesty's perplexed answer to Sir Alex. Hay, about Stewart's business. Dec. 8. Rookwood Hall, Essex. 28. Sir Gamaliel Capell to the Same. Sends him 3 brace of pheasants, killed by a hawk, and


    it will be seen, do not suit M. Kervyn de Lettenhove's romantic picture o f Elizabeth's sudden fury at Rookwood Hall, a month later, on receiving the news of Anjou's alleged infidelity to her.) Both parties to the transaction were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whick Sir Henry Selwin-lbbetton hasslectedto bear on his elevation to the Peerage. It is that of Baron Rookwood, of Rookwood Hall and Down Hall, in the county of Esex. The prevalence of tuberculosis among cattle in and around Londonis causing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry Selwin-lbbhetoni hat selected to beer on his elovation to the Peerare. It is that of Barou Rookwoni, of Rookwood Hall aud Down a1l2, in the county of Essex. lord antd Lady Dufferin gave a gardn party at the British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It is officially announced that Sir Selwin Ibbet- son, M.P., will assume the title of Baron Rook- wood, of Rookwood Hall and Down Hall, in the I County of Essex. Sir Evelyn Earing will take the title of Baron Cromer, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday last, Mr. Charles Burrell, wine-merchant, of Becking, to" Hester, youngest daughter of the late. Mr. James Smith, of Rookwood Hall, Abbotts Roothing, Essex. DIED. On the 21st ult., aged 2fi, after a severe affliction, which she bore with calm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oaks, „ , _ , VYoodhani, and Canfield Park Hudson, John by J. T. Selwin, Esq. for Abbotts Roothing, Rookwood Hall, and _, Matching Hall Kidner, Jesse by Lord Bray brook, for Chipping VVaiden and Brook Walden Mascall, Freeman... by Subscribers-only content

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