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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Bergholt Local government

    ( 1830-1 ), xi; ibid. 1830-4 , H.C. 444, p. 60 ( 1835 ), xlvii. 'Workhouse field' lay nearby in 1843 . E.R.O., D/P 59/1/4; ibid. D/CT 33; West Bergholt Local Hist. Group, Walk Around West Bergholt , (1), 13.

    West Bergholt Charities for the poor

    West Bergholt Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR The parish shared in Love's Charity. 41 The income in 1992 was £69. 42 By will dated 1577, Robert Franckham gave an annual rent charge of 10 s . from

    West Bergholt Nonconformity

    West Bergholt Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. In 1656 a Quaker parishioner disturbed the Sunday service. 12 There were 10 protestant nonconformists in 1676 . 13 A dissenting minister, William Squirell, lived in West Bergholt in 1799 but there is no record of

    West Bergholt Introduction West Bergholt c. 1880

    West Bergholt Introduction WEST BERGHOLT THE ancient parish of West Bergholt 14 com- prises a rectangular area (2,296 a. or 929 ha.) immediately north-west of Colchester . Its boundary with Colchester Liberty was formed by the river Colne on the

    Mount Bures Manor

    descent of the overlord ship, which was recorded until 1488, was the same as that of Bergholt Sackville manor, West Bergholt . 29 By 1119 the demesne tenancy was held by Robert Sackville , and subsequently descended with that of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rewards to the amount of 2001. for the discovery of the perpetrators of a series of incendiary acts at West Bergholt. - The Wesleyan body have issued another circular, calling on all their congregations to petition against the Factories Bill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laver, formerly builder and bricklayer. 's 'Waar JowEr=, Tamworth Street, TyersA, Bradford, Mgreengrocer and coal-deaier bo` FB.ACIS EDwaD GILDG, West Bergholt, Ese, builder. Gzowrz NIXoy, Torrington Stnare, Middlesex, now prisoner in Holloway Gaol, ooronagenat. - NMcsoroS & Ptnrn, Chester Tezraoe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'for the purposn of takin oe sedg carryingo thedverx eld-estabiltebied Breweries, &c., of lleesore. Thomas Duilaiel and Sna, at West Bergholt. and Messrs. Daniell Brothers, at Colehester, in the county of 1ssex. The business, which hoe been established swarly see Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House, both Cheltenhan, dealer in horses. CHARLI.S FREDERICK asinix, CDlfion lotel, Nfalcw the-Nase, Ese, inneeper. S~arsrPe 2±ow~, Shruhlsn4 Honse, West Bergholt, Essere farmer ad oDnimlmlon Scet TnsAe WA;EBI, I rgetn Yorkshire coaldslr. Josew ThomAs MuaYOY~, Greeha, BWlkd~ si, w and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a notable feature of the work, and P among these the decorative arrangements of roses by. Mrs. Qrpen, of West Bergholt, near Colohester, r areoexemplary in their refinement and taste. h - -- - - - - - - - Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SACKVILLE, John II (by 1523-47/52).

    1544 he joined his father in buying from Richard Duke a property in the county called ‘Le Almarye’ in West Bergholt. Three years later, after the accession of Edward VI, Sackville made a brief incursion into public life when, together

    DOREWARD, John (d.1420), of Bocking, Essex.

    return for royal licences to found a chantry in Stanway church, to augment the income of the chaplain at West Bergholt and to alienate his manor of Tendring to St. John’s abbey in Colchester. In 1411 it was further granted

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, August 1536, 21-31, 21 August 1536-31 August 1536

    8. 17. Ric. Caundysshe. Grant in tail male of the lordships or manors of Wenham Combusta, West Berfolde alias West Bergholt, Derneford alias DernefordH all in Swiftelynge, Gapton alias Gapton Hall in Bradwell, Suff., belonging to the suppresed priory of


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