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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Childerditch CHILDRDITCH 1980

    early 18th century ran south over the common to old Thorndon Hall . 11 The lane and the road seem to have disappeared after the building of new Thorndon Hall ( 1764-70 ) and the incorporation of Childerditch common in

    Parishes Brentwood BRENTWOOD c. 1920

    Catholic worship was maintained in south-west Essex by a few staunch families, notably the Petres of Ingatestone and of Thorndon Hall , West Horndon . In the later 16th and the earlier 17th century there were frequent prosecutions of local


    49, 77, 103; and see Harold Wood Horndon , East, 17, 63, 99 Horndon , West, 17-19, 48, 99 Thorndon Hall , 17, 102-3 Thorndon Park , 17, 20, 23 Horndon-on-the-Hill , 4, 25, 38, 52 and see Ardern Hall

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PETRE, Sir John (1549-1613), of Ingatestone, Essex.

    1590-8, commr. musters 1599-1603. Biography Petre inherited considerable estates in Essex, and in 1574 completed his father’s purchase of Thorndon Hall. In 1588 he was listed by Lord Burghley among ‘knights of great possessions’; and in 1595 out of an

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the G-overnment willsh the rest of the Der- weutwater estates. Ties coffin containing tha earl's reshains was conveyed to Thorndon Hall, and being .ncloted in an outer ofin of crlsson velvet, weas placed in the Chantry Chapol. c. Enmmsanuel ials, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Le Gendre NihlsStciH..o si n heir.I 1)0 thle 7th last.' at, Thorndon Hall, the Rtight H-ion, Lady Petit, sif a eoin wbo only survived a few bodsrf. In Au1gust letst, inI the, Island of Ceylon,. the Lady of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theatre. The funeral took place on Friday at Highgate Cemetery. ON Friday, 1st inst, an inquest was held at Thorndon Hall, the seat of Lord Petre, by Mr IV. B. Blood, acting coroner for Essex, on the body of Francis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Irving. Francis Gilbert a'Beckett, son of lMr Gilbert a'Beckett, accidentally drowned in a pond in Lord Petre's park, at Thorndon Hall. AUGUST 1. Production at a private rehearsal at the Olympic of the comedy entitled Twins, written by Mr Joseph Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at their seat, near South- t asmptou. ti Lord and Lady Petre have arrived at Maurigy's a Hotel, from Thorndon Hall, Essex. Sir Benjamin Hall has loft London for Llanover, o South Wales. Sir Frederick and Lady Hervey Bathurot have Subscribers-only content

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