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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Essex university

    in 1961 , and an academic planning board was constituted. In 1962 R. A. Butler (later Lord Butler of Saffron Walden ) was appointed chancellor and A. E. (later Sir Albert ) Sloman vice-chancellor. The University Grants Committee guaranteed funding

    Chipping Ongar Roman catholicism

    at this time at Bentley Lodge , near Brentwood . 41 In 1888 the Ongar priest served centres at Saffron Walden , Epping , and Dunmow. Ongar itself had a weekly Mass. 42 There was no resident priest between 1892

    Corrigenda to volumes I - V

    'Catholic Rec. Soc . vii' " " 141 a , s.v . Woodstock , Thomas of, delete 'bur. at Saffron Walden ' " " 147 a , item 5 from end, for 'Soc.' read 'Assoc.' " " 147 b item

    Parishes Hinxton

    south-south-east of Cambridge and 5 miles north-west of Saffron Walden ( Essex ). The village, which is the only settlement in the parish, stands where the road from Cambridge to Saffron Walden running beside the river meets the edge of

    List of illustrations and maps

    photographic and other prints. The portrait facing p. 280 is reproduced by courtesy of the Mayor and Corporation of Saffron Walden . The block for the illustration of Lucton Secondary Modern School was lent by the Essex Education Committee. Unless

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W De La Power 814... DORSET, Dwyrwin. Glyn 4543... .. .,. 1 - - Bond 8846. * E8SE, Bhanbarth Saffron Walden, Gardner 4755 ... I - - 'Stutt 3006 ... ' - - W'ORCBSTEBSEIBE, -Gogledd Hingley W4 .. .. i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a ddadleuid; i bob amcan, gwnaeth Mr. Jn- Matthews addefiad felly ei hun. Galwai Mr. fer Gardner, A.S. dros Saffron Walden, y mesur y yn " fesur gorfodol i Gyymru," a chynygiai ei 'aw wrthodiad, fel y gwnai Mr. Dillwyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slept Xith me, and sonie- times with another brother at Chelsea; he booked his place to come by Lowe's Saffron Walden coach, and he left me about two o'clock on Mon- day last; I was with with him when lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Lancaster pl'e, Mrs Byrne, wife of Mr N. Byrne, of the Morningl ot. On the' 3rd inst. at Saffron Walden,' Essex, James Searle, Esq. banker, aged 69. OR the 4th inst, at Fieino Eiall, Oxfordshire, Edward Francis Colston, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reso- lution to thateffect, but intimating among their friends a hope that the suspension would' only be temporary. At Saffron Walden, the firms of Sees-a, Son, and Co., and of Seerlc endu Co., have suspended payments, bat there is said Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Monuments.] Cripplegate Ward.

    . MONUMENTS. Here lieth the Corps of Thomas Skinner , late Citzen and Alderman of London ; borne at Saffron Walden in Essex ; who in the 63 yeere of his age, and on the 5 day of December, Anno

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    Year; And Sir Richard Martin , Goldsmith, the other. Which Sir Richard Martin was Son to Thomas Martin of Saffron Walden in Essex . A.D. 1594 . } { Robert Lee , 36 Eliz' } Sheriffs, { Thomas Bennet .

    Appendix 1, Chapter 16 List of Stage Coaches and Carriers.

    Bishopsgate street , every Day. Ware Carrier, Dolphin without Bishopsgate , tues. thurs. sat. Coach, ditto. Walden : vid Saffron Walden . Woofen Carrier, White Hart Aldersgate street , thurs. Wakefield Coach, ditto, mon. wednes. Westram Carrier, Greyhound Southwark ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 539, April 1647, 01 April 1647-30 April 1647

    Nicholas Kempson, at his quarters at Triplow. At the last meeting of the officers of this army, at Saffron Walden, they were desired to make known to their regiments the intention of Parliament to send a considerable force to Ireland, Subscribers-only content

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    FSSWA Archive of the Friends' School, Saffron Walden, Essex GLRO Greater London Record Office Hitchcock 'The English Workhouse, a Study in Institutional Poor Relief in Selected Counties, 1696-1750' (Oxford Univ. D. Phil. thesis, 1985) HLRO House of Lords Record Office

    Charles I - volume 537, February 1637, 01 February 1637-28 February 1637

    Canterbury [by Burgis ] , headed, Answer to Dr. Gray's petition. [Dr. Gray ] would charge the town (of Saffron Walden) with nonconformity, but his predecessors, Dr. Dove, Bishop of Peterborough, and Mr. Bayley, were reverent, grave divines, and the Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 9 March 1647, 09 March 1647-09 March 1647

    Answer from Sir T. Fairfax, about his quartering in the Eastern Association. "My Lord, "Being upon my March towards Saffron Walden (where I shall be this Night), I received your Lordship's Letter, with the Order inclosed, for the prohibiting the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 27 March 1647, 27 March 1647-27 March 1647

    read. He then reported the Result of the Convention of Officers, before his Excellency Sir Thomas Fairefaxe , at Saffron Walden , 21 Martii , 1646: Wherein was contained the Names of the Officers present; the Question proposed to the

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Quene Mary. The examination of Thomas Moore, Iohn Iackson, Iohn Newman.

    Tenterden. Frō thence he was brought to Boner, and there condemned with M. Denley and Pachyngham, and burned at Saffron Walden, as is before storied. But because his examination and aunsweres before the Suffragan came not then to my handes,

    Queene Mary. Exa. of Thomas More, Iohn Iackson, and Iohn Newman.

    Tenterden. From thence he was brought to Boner, and there condemned with M. Denley and Pachyngham, and burned at Saffron Walden, as is before storyed. But because his examinations and aunsweres before the Suffragan came not then to my handes,

    Queene Mary. M. Denley, Pachingham, Newman, Martyrs. Vj. other Martyrs in Kent.

    Martyrdome of Ioh. Newman at Saffron Walden. An. 1555. August. 31.Furthermore, as touching þe other, which was Ioh Newman Peuterer, dwelling at Maydstone in Kent, he was burned this last of August at Saffron Walden in the county of Essex,

    Q. Mary. The examination and aunswers of Iohn Newman, Martyr.

    Martyrdome of Iohn Newman at Saffron Walden Au. 1555. August. 31.Furthermore, as touching the other which was Ioh. Newman Pewterer, dwellyng at Maidstone in Kent, he was burned the last of August at Saffron Walden in the Countie of Essex,

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Newman at Saffronwalden.August. 31.ABoute the last daye of Auguste was Iohn Newmanne of Maydestone in Kent Pewterer, burned at Saffron Walden, in the county of Essex, for the testimonye of Christes veritye. Whose examination and condemnation, because it was in

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Walden Lodge

    Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1280 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Rose and Crown Hotel, Market Place, Saffron Walden, Essex 1869

    Stansted Mountfitchet Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Methodist Chapel, Chapel Hill, Stansted, Mountfitchet, Essex, England 1946 Freemasons' Hall, Church Street, Saffron Walden, Essex, England 1965 Stansted Hall, Stansted, Essex, England 1979

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Saffron Walden Castle, the stocks

    i xi,_uv I XHO\^S Nl OUNIMW •uept^^ xiojjjwg 'nosdruoqj, '/^ z-^. ^ ^^v^^ j_SO^" _Po ST ^AP^P' W. Tliompson, Saffron Walden, Zhis Space may be used for Communicatic/]. Che Jf ddress only to be written here Hnlf poiiin- : ? Subscribers-only content

    I'm off to Pitcher's for a good sweet loaf

    (Agent for Dr. Allinson's celebrated wholemeal bread) [Bakers, Packaging, baker, baker; pastrycook; confectioner] i(P ^ i •lepjo 0* epBur wj['»q leq^o pire 3nipp9j\i 'eSnodg '•Bat9pBH[? •poswdjusira eoud pun l^ifvxiib joj — too|j wn^S -louediig s.Surj ¦S3N0DS H3103S HOJ 3SnOH Subscribers-only content

    We are all going for our clothes to A. Tunbridge, tailor, clothier, hosier, hatter, boots, etc.

    [Clothing trade, Packaging, tailor, tailor; clothier; hosier; hatter] &> 3 d8 CO pq UJ? UJ *r1l 9 : ^1 I 0 "3^ 'siooa 'amvH BisoH 'aaiHMD mm HI I ^ 4- co 3D rn ET o ? o L^ Subscribers-only content

    Stebbing Leverett, general draper, milliner, glover & laceman.

    [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Advertising posters, draper; milliner; glover; laceman; gentleman's hosier & outfitter] '^3^^ Vl i^„ ^ ^^r-^^)- * A A' :i'^'-<ikr''(^'K, Subscribers-only content

    J. Barker, fancy bread and biscuit baker

    and Biscuit JBaheVj PASTRYCOOK AND CONFECTIONER, MARKET HILL, SAFFRON WALDEN, Genuine Biscuit Baker, Bich Weddiug Cakes, Dessert PomuL? Luncheon and Fancy Rout Cakes. Tops and Bottoms. Kbeatbet A Co., London, B.C Ul >^ cc QQ 0 .^ f4 ^ cd Subscribers-only content

 

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