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    Parishes Great Smeaton Hansard. Gules three molets argent . Tancred of Boroughbridge . Argent a cheveron between three scallops gules .

    side. At the east end of the churchyard is a small square green, on the north of which is Smeaton Hall , a typical Georgian red brick house. The houses are closely grouped round the road on each side of Victoria County History

    Cases before the Committee, January 1654, 01 January 1654-31 January 1654

    Hammond, and 2 other trustees for his creditors and younger children, petition that in May 1654, Rich. Martin demised Smeaton Hall, Blampsters, and other lands in Essex [value 200 l . a year ] to them for 80 years, or Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nexfc meeting. Shoplifting. -On Saturday evening laat, a man named Jamea Sargent, a farm labourer, who has worked afc Smeaton Hall for upwards of 16 years, and has hitherto borne a good character, took a pilot coafc from the doorway Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    this town. On the 22d, a ewe sheep was stolen from the flock belonging to Mr. Robt. Spoonor, of Smeaton Hall, Bulmer, near Sudbury. A reward of 20. . is offered by Mr. Spooner for discovery of the offender or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    custody and com- mitted for trial at the Esse?? assize. On the 13th inst. two serious accidents occurred at Smeaton Hall, Bulmer, Essex, by the kicking of a hors-, which Mr. Price, steward to Mr. Kobt. Spooner, was in tin- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    town. On the 2*2 nd inst. an ewe sheep was stolen from the flock belonging to Robert Spooner, of Smeaton Hall, Buhner, near Sudbury. A reward of £20 is of- fered by Mr. Spooner, for discovery of the offender or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Great Oakley ; also 10 sheep affected with scab at Red Ram Farm, Great Oakley ; Mr. John Salmon, Smeaton Hall, Kirby, 60 sheep affected with foot- and-mouth disease ; Mr. Robert G. Salmon, Great Clacton, 12 bullocks, 7 steers, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Weeley from Walton-on-the-Naze, when his horse suddenly turned towards the gateway in front of Mr. J. Salmon's, of Smeaton Hall, Kirby. Unfortunately one wheel struck a post, capsizing the j;ig "and throwing Mr". Hicks violently ont, cutting and bruising Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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