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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanford Rivers Manors

    of Stafford . 15 There is no further mention of Stanford Hall until 1543, when the king granted to William Grene of London 'the manor and farm of Stanford Hall , parcel of the manor of Stanford Rivers . .

    Stanford Rivers Introduction

    . 7 The main road is joined at Little End by a road running north-west to Toot Hill . Stanford Hall (see below) and the church lie beside this road ½ mile from Little End . The old rectory is

    Greenstead Introduction

    runs north from Greenstead Green to Bobbingworth . A road from the centre of the parish runs south to Stanford Hall and the church in Stanford Rivers . Half a mile to the east of this road, on the southern

    High Ongar Manors

    Hall farm: Rookery Farm (see Withers Pawne, above); Nine Ashes Farm, purchased in 1940 and consisting of 108 acres; Stanford Hall farm (in Stanford Rivers , q.v.); Berners Hall farm, including Parsonage Farm, in Berners Roding , which was purchased

    The City of Coventry Parliamentary representation

    court also secured more acceptable M.P.s in the election of 1685 when the Tories Sir Roger Cave , of Stanford Hall (Leics.), and Sir Thomas Norton , son of the member in the Long Parliament , defeated Hopkins and Stratford

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CAVE, Sir Thomas, 3rd Bt. (?1682-1719), of Stanford Hall, Leics.

    Bt. (?1682-1719), of Stanford Hall, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 22 Feb 1711 21 Apr. 1719 Biography Cave belonged to an old Leicestershire family, who had represented the county since the sixteenth century. Returned for it as a Tory in 1711,

    CAVE, Sir Thomas, 5th Bt. (1712-78), of Stanford Hall, Leics.

    Bt. (1712-78), of Stanford Hall, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1741 1747 Leicestershire 25 Mar. 1762 1774 Biography On 6 Aug. 1740 Cave addressed a letter to the Leicestershire freeholders setting out the terms on which he was prepared to stand:My

    CAVE, Sir Thomas, 7th Bt. (1766-92), of Stanford Hall, Northants.

    Bt. (1766-92), of Stanford Hall, Northants. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1790 16 Jan. 1792 Ofifces Held Capt. Leics. militia 1788. Biography Cave’s grandfather had represented Leicestershire in the Parliament of 1741 and he was chosen in 1790, on the retirement of

    CAVE, Sir Roger, 2nd Bt. (1655-1703), of Stanford Hall, Leics.

    Bt. (1655-1703), of Stanford Hall, Leics. Constituency Dates Coventry 1685 Coventry 1689 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Northants. 1677-80, Leics. and Northants. 1689-90; sheriff, Northants. 1679-80; j.p. Northants. 1680-7, 1689-d., Leics. by 1700-d.; dep. lt. Northants. 1685-7. Biography Cave’s ancestors

    CAVE, Sir Thomas, 5th Bt. (1712-78), of Stanford Hall, nr. Rugby, Leics.

    Bt. (1712-78), of Stanford Hall, nr. Rugby, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1741 1747 Leicestershire 25 Mar. 1762 1774 Biography Cave was returned without a contest in 1762 and 1768.He appears in Henry Fox’s list of Members favourable to the peace

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, May 1691, 26-31, 01 May 1691-31 May 1691

    l . as follows : it appearing from the petition of said Meese that the manor or lordship of Stanford Hall, co. Essex, is charged with the said rents of 40 l . and 40 l. per an . during

    Entry Book, September 1686, 1-15, 01 September 1686-15 September 1686

    Richard Petre and Robert Petre by their father, William Petre, esq., for their lives out of the manor of Stanford Hall and other hereditaments in Stanford Rivers, co. Essex, and of all arrears thereon as under: it appearing upon the

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Stamford , Earl of Stampe , Sir Thomas Standish Hall Standish , Mr. Standly , Mrs. Stanfield , Christopher Stanford Hall , manor of Stanford Rivers , lordship of Stange , Antenet Stanhope , Alexander Arthur Mr. Sir William Stanley Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, July 1686, 11-20, 11 July 1686-20 July 1686

    the provision of their father William Petre 40 l. per an . each annuity out of the manor of Stanford Hall; that in Easter term, 1684, the Attorney General suggested that they had withdrawn themselves from their allegiance into a

    Index, P

    in the Chapel Royal, 1567. -, Richard, son of William, annuity out of Stanford Hall, 837, 897. -, Robert, son of William, annuity out of Stanford Hall, 837, 897. -, William, 837, 897. Petrons , Gregory, Armenian merchant, 1655, 1667,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MoysrsouTsoaes (it. ll).-Thursday, November 30, Wealsh Newton; Friday December , The Hendre. Ii PYTO Y s(Sat l1).-Wednesday, November 2b, Stanford Hall; Priday, December 1, Guibborough; Saturday, 2, Osendon. .~Sanopsassos (at 10.46).-Wedniesday,' November 29, Pitchford b Village; Friday, December 1, High Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (at 11).-Thursday. November 30, Welsh m Newton; Friday, December , The Hendre. P7ToRsLd y (at 11).-Tb(is day, November 29, Stanford Hall; s Friday, December I, Gu21sborough * Saturday, 2, Oendion. t Sus opeklrs (at 1l.45).-This. day, November 29, Pltcbford -I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, January 19, Beiton. EuILAec'uS, Dut or at 11).-This day, January 19, Staunton Hall. SLcROeselaE (at 11).-Monday, January 21, Stanford Hall; Tuesday, 22, Leebotwuood; Thursday, 24, Twemlows; Friday, 2-5, OCudineten Station. SrTarTecSU'anins, NORTH (at 11).-This day, January19, Whit- more Hall; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bransford Bridge. Friday -_25 ...,,, Brookeridge Common. THiU PYICHLEY HOUNDS.-At a qeearetsr t9 Else. Thii day .... Feb. 23 Stanford Hall. Frida Y ..... 25 . Chapel Brampton. Sat.lr.hay ..- - 26 Oxendon. THE NOErH iSTAFFOROSHIIEE HOUNDS.-At half-pas! Tcn. This Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *Coomube. Saturday .... - 320 Harlston Gate, at 1lJ. THs PYTOELEY HOUNDS.-Ooertor to BUVcs. This day .... .27 ........ Stanford Hall. Thursday.... -28 Holiohby. Saturday ..., - .. o .. . Sibbortoft. MB. TMAB!'5 HOUNDS.-.-At EBwn, Thursday..,, Mar.28 * ..,.. Subscribers-only content

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