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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Theydon Mount Charities

    Theydon Mount Charities CHARITIES. For Theydon Mount charities see Stapleford Tawney .

    Stapleford Tawney Schools

    an inspector proposed that 30 Stapleford Tawney children should be accommodated at Theydon Mount and that the remaining 16 in need of elementary schooling should be found places at Stapleford Abbots. Churchmen in Stapleford Tawney , however, decided to found

    Stapleford Tawney Parish government and poor relief

    Stapleford Tawney Parish government and poor relief PARISH GOVERNMENT AND POOR RELIEF Parish books survive for Stapleford Tawney from 1723 and detailed overseers' accounts from 1745 to 1836 . 47 Before 1781 vestry meetings were usually held twice a year,

    Stapleford Tawney Manors

    Stapleford Tawney Manors MANORS In 1066 STAPLEFORD TAWNEY was held by Godric as 1 manor and as 5 hides. 41 Of these 5 hides he 'gave to his 10 free men freely 4 hides, retaining 1 hide in demesne'. 42

    Theydon Mount Schools

    in 1846 -7 Sir E. Bowyer -Smijth was stated to be the only contributor. Children attended the school from Stapleford Tawney as well as from Theydon Mount . After a successful start the school seems to have declined. In 1846-7

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEGET, Helming (d.1412), of Tottenham, Mdx. and Black Notley, Essex.

    transactions with Joan and her husbands, the Legets had secured full possession of the manors of Black Notley, Broomfield, Stapleford Tawney and Chatham, Essex, and Eastwick, Hertfordshire, holdings which at Mandeville’s death had been valued at about £62 a year.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    issne. THE REv. H.- SOArEs Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral, died last of Mu ' 1eath the rectory of Stapleford Tawney with the rectory Ow Mount Thoydan, near Remford, becomes vacant. The benefice, which is worth nearly 8004 a year, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    generall dealers Alex. Alla~n and Sons, Lon~don, flner recetors Win. Jones sua Co., Liverpeal, budders W. SMnords and Son, Stapleford Tawney, auctionrers ir-aeof and Saynotu bsanceeter, umbrella mannutacture a r John Taylor and Co., London, stockbrokers Wlsihier and Co., WORSn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P., Down Hall, Harlow •Savill G., Esq., Ingthorpe, near Stamford •Strafford H., Esq., 13, Euston-square, London •Sworder W., Esq., Stapleford Tawney, near Romford Spencer Charles, Esq., Stansted, Bishop Stortford •Thompson Wm., Esq., Thorpe, near Colchester •Trethewy H., Esq., Silsoe, Beds. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Rev. Wm. Gardiner, Rector of Rochford, Essex. On the Oth inst., at St. James', Piccadilly, Samuel Dawkins, of Stapleford Tawney, Essex, to Georgina, youngest daughter of John Shacklady, Esq., of Little Heath Farm, Barking, Essex. On the 10th inst., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upwards of fifty years. On the 21st inst.. in his 70th year, the Rev. H. Soames, M.A., Rector of Stapleford Tawney and of Shelley, Essex, and Chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral. On the 21st inst., at Great Barufield, aged 18 Subscribers-only content

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