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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Charities

    between Barking , Ilford , and Barkingside . A scheme of 1898 established the Barking and Ilford United Charities, and regulated the application of the charities, assigning particular funds or proportions of funds to the civil parishes of Barking and

    The ancient parish of Barking Local government and poor relief

    , Barking Vestry , 36. Ibid. 31. Ibid. 30, 269. Ibid. 269-72. 26 Geo. III, c. 115. See pp. 187, 233, 246. Oxley , Barking Vestry , 215. Oxley , Barking Vestry , 23-24, 218-19. See above. Oxley , Barking

    Alien houses Priory of Creeting St Olave

    d . as the annual value of land pertaining to the prior of 'Gretingge' (under the abbot of Grestein) in Barking , Essex . This priory at the same time had 7 s . 1 d . in Earl Stonham

    Hospitals Ilford

    of land in Barking which should pay tithe to the hospital, and that there was a quit rent of £1 13 s . 4 d . due to it out of Claybury, £2 yearly out of Barking mills and £2

    The ancient parish of Barking Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    Barking was at first part of the Ham and Waltham Monthly Meeting, and from 1691 of the Barking Monthly Meeting. 26 In 1729 the Barking and Ratcliff Monthly Meetings were amalgamated, but this arrangement lasted only until 1732, when

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Abby-Church Sanctuary.

    Gervasius de Blois 1176 Laurentius 1191 Walterus 1201 Gulielmus Postard 1215 Radulphus Papilon 1222 Gulielmus de Humes 1246 Richardus de Barking 1258 Richardus de Crokesley 1259 Philippus Levisham 1283 Richardus de Ware 1307 Walterus de Wenlok 1315 Richardus de Kedington

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward.

    Lib. Alb. L. Lumley 's House. Chick Lane . Tower Street. Alhallows Barking a Parish Church. Barking Chapel of our Lady. Fraternity here. The King's Chapel of Barking . K. Rich . III. a new Founder. K. Rich . Ledg.

    Book 3, Chapter 10 [Customs of Queen Hith Ward. Queen Hith]

    . fol. 342. 6. J. S. *Sippa. Memorand. That Werepath, or Worepath, is in East part of the Flete of Barking , about seven Miles from London ; and Anedeheth is near Westminster on the West Part of London .

    Book 5, Chapter 3 [Progress of Religion.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    sent his Letters to the Rural Deans of his Diocese, (and to me among the rest, for the Deanry of Barking ) to send him up the Names of such small Livings, and their true Values, within their several Deanries,

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    Edw' III. } Sheriffs, { Bartilmew Moris. * MAIOR, Andrew Aubery , Grocer. A.D. 1341 . } { Richard de Barking . 15 Edw' III. } Sheriffs, { John de Rokesley. MAIOR, John of Oxenford, Vintner. A.D. 1342 .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CROWLEY, John (1689-1728), of Barking, Suff.

    (1689-1728), of Barking, Suff. Constituency Dates Okehampton 1722 1727 Queenborough 1727 2 Jan. 1728 Ofifces Held Alderman, London 1727. Biography Crowley inherited from his father the Crowley Iron Works in Durham, probably the biggest in the country. One of his

    HUMFREYS, Sir William, 1st Bt. (c.1651-1735), of Barking, Essex.

    1st Bt. (c.1651-1735), of Barking, Essex. Constituency Dates Marlborough 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, London 1704-5, alderman 1707, ld. mayor 1714-15; master, Ironmongers’ Co. 1705; director, E.I. Co. 1711-14, Bank of England 1719-30 (with statutory intervals). Ofifces Held Col. Green

    FANSHAWE, Sir Thomas II (1628-1705), of Jenkins, Barking, Essex.

    II (1628-1705), of Jenkins, Barking, Essex. Constituency Dates Essex 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex Mar. 1660-Apr. 1688, Oct. 1688- bef. 1701, commr. for militia Mar. 1660, assessment, Essex Aug. 1660-80, 1689-90, Rutland 1673-80, sewers, Havering and Dagenham levels Sept. 1660,

    HATTON, Christopher II (c.1581-1619), of Clay Hall, Barking, Essex and Kirby Hall, Northants.

    HATTON, Christopher II (c.1581-1619), of Clay Hall, Barking, Essex and Kirby Hall, Northants. Constituency Dates Buckingham 1601 Bedford 1604 Huntingdon 1614 Ofifces Held Remembrancer of the Exchequer 1616; jt. steward of manor of Barking 1616. Biography Hatton was only 16

    HALL, Robert.

    entered into with a gentleman pensioner named Ralph Stafferton, a farm at Rainham, and lands and leases in Waltham, Dagenham, Barking and Nazeing. The testator’s nephew, Robert, was appointed sole executor and residuary legatee.E407/1/1, 11; CPR, 1560-3, pp. 190-1; 1569-72,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi derbyn llongyfarchiadau ngwahanol wledydd Ewrop ar ganlyniad y pleidleisiad. ._ _ Adroddir fod dyn yn ugwaith. nwy Kew, I Barking, bore dydd LDun diweddafwedi myned i lawr i Ifynon a berthynai i'r gwaith i fesur y R dwfr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fel yr Ybysbysir i'r ddiweddaf suddo mewn Rai na paum' ) mynyd. Cymerodd y gwrthdtrawtid le gerilaw1 gweithydd nwy Becton, Barking; a chan n sd oes ond yahydig breswylwyr yn trigianu sr An yr afon yn y fan _bon, ni Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Scaeipaethroughout the United Kingdom. For otherd =onourn, iversity, &o., as well as the unsiformn suocess of pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, see Prospectus. ti The honses is besuatifually- and healthfnly. situated (on the grael i it on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thioughout "the United -Kingdom. For other Honours, UniveriSlty, RC., as Well as the uniform suncess of j3 at pupls at Barking and M e establehEments, seePospeetus. £8 *The house is beautflly and heathfaly situated (o the gravel) in its own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Seceosd place throughout the United Kingdom. For other Honours, University, &c., as well as the uniform success of pupils at Barking and MercautlleEstablishments, seeProspectus. The house Is beautifully and healthfully situated (on the gravel) in its own extensive grounds, in Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    the year aforsaid, þe said Iames Bainā was brought before the vicar general in the church of al saintes of Barking, wher as he ministred these interrogatories vnto him. First that since the feast of Easter last past, he had

    K. Iue. Shauen crownes K. Jue. to queene Ethelburge.

    himselfe in the felowship of poore men, and trauailed to Rome wt great deuotion, when he had bene king of Westsaxons, as before is sayd. 37. yeares. After whose departing, the foresayd Ethelburga his wife, wēt vnto Barking. 7. milesfromp.j.

    K. Henry. 8. The processe agaynst James Baynham.

    the yeare aforsaid, the sayd Iames Bainam was brought before the vicar generall in the Church of all Saintes of Barking, where as he ministred these interrogatories vnto him. First, that since the feast of Easter last past, he had

    K. Hen. 8. The abiuration of James Baynham.

    the yeare aforsaid, þe said Iames Bainhā was brought before the vicar general in þe church of al saintes of Barking, where as he ministred these interrogatories vnto hym. First, that since the feast of Easter last past, he had

    K. Henr. 8. The Abiuration of Iames Baynham. Iames Baynham reuoketh his abiuration.

    the yere aforesaid, þe said Iames Bainhā was brought before the vicar generall in þe church of al saynts of Barking, where as he ministred these interrogatories vnto him. First þt since þe feast of Easter last past he sayd,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge of Friendship

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 227 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 285 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bull Inn, North Street, Barking, Essex 1807

    St. Erkenwald Lodge

    Places Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1935 Cannon Street Hotel, London, England 1906 Cannon Street Station Restaurant, Southern House, Cannon Street, London, England 1933 Council Chambers, Barking, London, England 1905 Railway Hotel, East Street, Barking, London, England 1900

 

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