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You searched for: Place: Barstable, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The liberty of Havering-atte-Bower THE LIBERTY OF HAVERING c. 1845

    into six divisions for administrative purposes, Havering was included in the southern division, along with the hundreds of Becontree , Barstable , and Chafford. 38 During the Civil War the southern division was placed under a Parliamentary committee meeting at

    The hundred of Harlow HARLOW HUNDRED c. 1845

    34 estates in 16 places distinguished by separate names. The totals include 11/2 hide in Matching , incorrectly entered under Barstable hundred. 1 Most of the places gave their names to the parishes of the hundred, but there are exceptions.

    Parishes Childerditch CHILDRDITCH 1980

    Domesday tenant Osbern also held of Swein in West Tilbury , and Tillingham , stated in 1086 to be in Barstable hundred, was a member of West Tilbury manor until the mid 14th century. 54 In 1377 it was said

    Rainham Economic history and local government

    . There seem normally to have been two. From 1779 to 1791 there was a voluntary association of Chafford and Barstable hundred against robbers, and in 1797 Rainham vestry wanted Aveley and Wennington to join in action against gipsies and

    Index A - K

    Sir Thos ., Bt., 132, 183, 187 fam., 125 n , 132 and see Lennard Barry , E. M, 17 Barstable , hund., 4, 99-101, 138, 146 Bartholomew (fl. 1329), 111 n , Bartleet , W. G., 146, 158 Bartlet

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 26 July 1644, 26 July 1644-26 July 1644

    Blood, merely because that one Captain Hayward , who run away from his Command under the Parliament, was hanged at Barstable , according to the Rule of Martial Law." The Answer returned was: Answer to the H. C. That their

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 01 December 1639-31 December 1639

    general conformity with directions contained in the Book of Orders. Ibid., No. 37. 1 p . July 29. Hundreds of Barstable and Chafford, and half hundred of Be-contree, Essex. Justices of Peace to Judges of Assize. Certificate of proceed-ings in Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, H, I

    houses. Hudson's Bay Company , goods and merchandize of, 307. Hue and Cry , action of, 229. Hundreds named: Aswardhurn; Barstable; Blofield; Bray; Broadwater; Brothercross; Cashio; Chelmsford; Clackclose; Clavering; Cookham; Depwade; Diss; Dumpford; Dunmow; Earsham; East Flegg; Eynsford; Flaxwell; Forehoe;

    House of Lords Journal Volume 2, 1 April 1606, 01 April 1606-01 April 1606

    of Timber on the River Tow. By a new Appointment, the Committees on the Bill for carrying of Timber to Barstable , etc. are appoi nted to meet upon Saturday next, the 5th of April , by Eight in the

    Index of Subjects, S

    278. Armes of Riga , 218. Armes of Bordeaux , 278. Armes of Rotterdam , 278. Barbarella , pacquet, 332. Barstable Merchant , 171. Berwick , 155, 252. Bonadventure , 307, 309, 310. Bon Jesus , 201, 288. Bredah ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    revise the Lists of Voters made out by the Overseers of the Parishes and Townships, situate in the Hundred of Barstable. At the White Hart Inn, at Romford, on WEDNES- DAY, the 31st day of October, at the hour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ficiently tree- Jfl s 2 a. describ- holders, O o jj o 3 ed in *- c - o Register Barstable Hundred 168 53 40 99 "~i Becootree ditto 443 84 13(J 183 , thatlord ditto 162 19 07 Chelmsford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of their •corporate property. - Names expunged. The Sixteenth Anniversary Meeting of the Romford -Savings' Bank, for the Hundreds of Barstable, Chaf- ford, and Ongar, and Liberty of Ha vering-atte- Bower, was held at the office of that institution, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ingrc-burne. Bulvan Fen. Tie- Vineyard. Cony Gree Close. Mar-fly ke. Gerber-Ville. Red-Cross. Hou-Hatch. Sedgbour-brook. I may also mention that in Barstable Hundred List I omitted two remarkable names given to Caverns existing near Purfleet :- Cunobelin's Gold Mine | Dane-hole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that the receipts amounted to £931. .5.. 6, an increase of over £58. Towards tbis the deaneries contributed as follows:- Barstable, £14. .6.. 4-: Canewdon. £35. .2.. 3 ; Chafford, £129. 17.. 6 ; Chelmsford, £319.. 17 ; Dan- bury, Subscribers-only content

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