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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornchurch Manors

    Osbert de la Beme, from whose family it was known as Beme (or Beam ) Land. In 1249 Osbert's daughter Beatrice, and her husband Thomas Gernet, granted Beam Land in fee to John Waleys . 6 It later passed to

    Dagenham Economic history and local government

    In 1594, after a breach in the river Beam , the commissioners of sewers ordered the resulting creek to be 'inned', at the joint expense of Dagenham and Havering levels. 111 The Beam (sometimes called Dagenham Creek ) was again

    Colne Engaine Economic history

    Brook (150 a.), Knights and Bromptons (148 a. each), Elms Hall (125 a.), and Collins (later Green ) and Parley Beam (122 a. each). J. J. Mayhew of Over Hall owned a total of c . 444 a., Robert Hills

    Horninglow Introduction

    called Dot, possibly a Viking, 18 was probably associated with a post or pillar ( Old English beam ) used in pagan worship: Beam hill, recorded in the 13th century, lay north-west of Horninglow village where closes called Baymill survived

    Tugford TUGFORD , THE HEATH , AND NORNCOTT 1770

    ford on Trow brook and crossed its north-western extremity as what was called Tile Pits Lane, 14 and left by Beam bridge on the Corve. 15 It was said to be the Bridgnorth-Munslow road c . 1575. 16 From Tugford

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