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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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 Agrarian history, markets and fairs

    joins Barking Creek , on or near the site certainly occupied by Barking mill, sometimes called the 'great mill' from the 17th century onwards. 57 Barking mill appears to have descended, after the Dissolution, with the manor of Barking .

    The borough of Barking BARKING TOWN CENTRE 1964

    The borough of BarkingBARKING THE GROWTH OF BARKING . The medieval plan of Barking town can be seen from the map of 1653, 1 used in conjunction with earlier records of street names. North Street , Hithe (now Heath

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction BARKING AND ILFORD The ancient parish of Barking , about 9 miles east of London , included the whole area now ( 1964 ) in the municipal boroughs of Barking and Ilford . 1

    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    Barking Par . Ch., Tithe Accts. 1733, 1781. Ibid., Tithe Accts. 1790, 1792-3 ; Barking Baptismal Reg. 1764-1812 (inserted affidavit); Barking Town Hall , Parish survey 1805-6 ; Barking Pub . Libr., Lodge Lectures, subscription list, 1818; Oxley ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    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 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Many other Grave-stones are here, but uncertain to whom they belong. Here are said also to be deposited, Richard de Barking , Abbot of this Monastery, before taken Notice of. He was first buried in our Lady's Chapel , with

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Ealdgate Ward.

    and the Tower: And in this Row is Barking Alley, or Alleys; one leading into Tower Street, and the other into Seething Lane ; in both which the Buildings encom pass Barking Church on the North and East Sides .

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    his Finger , a Spaniel Dog at his Feet, and two Angels supporting his Pillow, all curiously engraven. Richard de Barking : He was Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and Lord Treasurer of England . Buried in our Lady's Chapel

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    done his Duty in removing Kiddels, was evil entreated by the Owners; the same Owners dwelling in Erith , Pratriferry, Barking , Woolwich , and other Places in the Counties of Kent and Essex . And upon hearing of the

  • * British History Online * *

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    County of Essex, Barking

    County of Essex BarkingBARKING. Etymology . The name of this place, in old records, is written Bereching, Bereking, Berkyng, & c. now almost universally Barking. Morant derives it from the Saxon words Beorce and ing , signifying a meadow

    Cecil Papers, November 1578, 01 November 1578-30 November 1578

    and t herefore I trust this shall suffice to your Lordship, as my good Lord, to understand my meaning. From Barking, 4 November 1578. The words which my Lord North spake to the Queen, and what she thereupon said to

    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 11, November 1561, 01 November 1561-30 November 1561

    the keepers' or woodwards' fees in the parks of East Dereham, Shipdam, Pulham, Brigham, Wetheringset, Hecham, Rattlesden, Eltford, Harenhurst, and Barking, in some of which he also loses his wood. [2 pages. See Dom. Eliz., Vol.XX., No . 17. l Subscribers-only content

    Little Ilford

    called to distinguish it from Great Ilford, a hamlet of Barking, which is much more populous. Morant derives Ilford from the ill ford which was there before the bridge was built. As the name is written in ancient records Eleford,

    HAMEY, Baldwin (Sen)

    Nov 1640 Address All H Barking (Tower ward) Seething La 1598-1640 Other notes Trouble 1602-9. LRCP 1610. Father of 364. Russia 1593-8. Known London address Seething Lane, All Hallows Barking, Tower ward Parish All Hallows Barking Ward Tower (Street) Date

  • * 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. 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,

    Book 4, page 551 (1563)

    speake the truth before the face of the said Iames Baynam in the presence of master Ihon Nailor vicar of Barking, master Ihon Rode bacheler of deuinity, William Smith, Richard Griuel, T. Wimple, and Richard Gill.The xxvi. of April in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    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,

    FANSHAWE, Thomas II (1580-1631), of Jenkins, Barking, Essex.

    (1580-1631), of Jenkins, Barking, Essex. Constituency Dates Bedford 1601 Lancaster 1604 Lancaster 1614 Lancaster 1621 Lancaster 1624 Lancaster 1625 Lancaster 1626 Lancaster 1628 Ofifces Held Auditor of north parts, duchy of Lancaster 1600; j.p. Essex by 1608. Biography Like his

    FANSHAWE, Thomas I (c.1533-1601), of Fanshawe Gate, Derbys., Ware Park, Herts. and Warwick Lane, London.

    first son Henry, who also succeeded him as remembrancer of the Exchequer. His second son Thomas succeeded to Jenkins and his land at Barking. Small bequests included £10 each to the poor of Christ Church within Newgate, Barking and Ware.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    throughout the United Kingdom. For other e Hanonrs, University, &c., as well as the uniform. success of X pupils at Barking and Mercantile Establishments, see Prospectus. The house is beautifully and healthfunly situated (on the - gravel) in its own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about a century ago by the name of Corinna, written by herself, mention is made of a house at Barking, called Barking Hall, which belonged to her great grandfather, Richard Shute, Esq. a Turkey. merchant, and one of the Members Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the London market is not caught by our fishermen, but bought by them from foreign fishermen ? Do not the Barking smacks (vessels of from 50 to 70 tons) meet the French and Dntch boats at the Falls, take in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    question whether the Barking smacks do not meet the French and Dutch boats at the Falls and buy from them, but he flies off into a train of remark as if we had stated that the Barking smacks never fished. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Old Furnovol's inn, _ obora. A BED-RIDDEN PERSON. WONDERFUL EFFECTS OF HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. 1[ OBERT STEPHENS, of Barking Side, near 1R i the Red Ilouse, hurt his thigh nineteen years ago, which affected its knee so zeriously Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Wignall, 19/10/1586

    Wignall Forename Richard Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Presentation Date 19/10/1586 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Barking// OTHER INFORMATION Source LMA, DL/C/334 (Vicar-General's Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Aylmer, John/London 1577- 1594 Comment fo. 123r.Bishop Aylmer required

    Robert Tigh, 0/0/1603

    Mr Qualification BD EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1603 Office/Status Rector Location Barking// OTHER INFORMATION Source BL, Harleian MS 595 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bilson, Thomas/Winchester 1597- 1616 Comment LONDON [presumably All Hallows Barking by the Tower]. Also Rector of Chidingfolde.

    Richardus Wignoll, 13/4/1620

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 194100 Linked to person: Wignall, Richard 1586-1620 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Wignoll Forename Richardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 13/4/1620 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status

 

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