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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Parndon

    and Rye Hill commons, lying respectively north and south of Dorringtons farm. The woods at Little Parndon common were worth £15 in 1680 , and c . 1720 the 'lops and tops' of the many trees on Rye Hill common

    The hundred of Waltham Introduction THE HUNDRED OF WALTHAM

    in Harlow hundred was later known as the manor of Madells, which lay in Rye Hill hamlet. 12 According to Morant the inhabitants of Rye Hill did suit to the Harlow hundred court, and the land tax assessments of 1780-

    The hundred of Harlow HARLOW HUNDRED c. 1845

    in Epping probably became the manors of Hayleys and Madells in the Rye Hill area of that parish. Most of Epping was in Waltham hundred, but Rye Hill remained in Harlow hundred. 2 An estate in Nazeing seems to have

    Epping Economic history and local government

    1878 ) placed all the commons in the parish, except Rye Hill , under the protection of the City of London , and thus ensured their preservation. 20 Rye Hill Common was presumably omitted because most of it lay in

    Epping Introduction and manors EPPING 1964

    the west and northwest, and Townside, in the south-east, both of which were in Waltham hundred, and that of Rye Hill , in the north-east, which lay in Harlow hundred. Townside was so named from the settlement that grew up

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ns Grand Duchss beat Mr. Leyhoorns Marquis of of Bute nd Air. Dunn ne Lady Top beat Mr. Richaidson's Rye Hill. Mr. Dent ns Royal Chance heat Mr. Pyeas Pirate ty. Mr. Widowlield's Little Mannie beat Mr. Robinson's Royal Arob Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eyeford Saturday, Jan. 8, at Shipton Barrow. The AronoRTroN HOUNDS, at a oieorter to Elene.-Thts day, Jan. 3, at Rye Hill; Tuesday, Jan. 4, at Envill3, Thursday, Jan. 6, at Wrottesley; Saturday, Jan. 8, at Ranton. The Vqs12&TLAND HOUNDS, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barnwell Castle. The ALDRIO!ITON HOUNDS, at Eleven. - This day, March 4, at Hilton ; Monday, March 0, at Rye Hill ; Tuesday, March 7, at Burual Green; Thursday, March 9, at Batchacre, Saturday, March 'A. at Hunnington. The OAKLEY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tregare Toll Gate; Thursday, March 9, at Pontrilaa, The ALsSRorHToN HoUanS, at ZCke - This day, Marh e, at Rye Hill; Tuesday, March 7, at Barnal Green; Thursday, March 9, at Batchacre, Saturday, March 11, at Hunnlngton. The LNDBUnY HOuNDS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foe Tinlng,,- .E8'VuxhllStreet. . clASS 1G4tINE (bright, hanloonital) for Sole; 6-lop., complete;" by Yert b .L. 9non, Smethweickr.-Apply. 75, Rye Hill, Dudley . c3559 lo ;rN!N nruffirduhndll-Odcovertical 8 Inorree 000 borlenintal I.( It~orea goocd etroreg Lathe. bede 16 ft. Sling, Subscribers-only content

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