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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    the Waltham Hundred parishes, and on the first two parishes, in alphabetical order, in Becontree Hundred. It is intended that Volume VI shall contain the remaining Becontree Hundred parishes. As in Volume IV the brief descriptions of the earlier parochial

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    Plans of Schemes Q/SR Quarter sessions Rolls Q/SB Quarter Sessions Bundles Q/SO Sessions Order Books Court of Petty Sessions P/B Becontree Division County Counil of Essex C/M Minutes C/ME Education Committee Minutes Education Records E/P Schools Records: Plans E/Z Schools(Miscellaneous)

    The hundred of Becontree Introduction THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE

    The hundred of Becontree Introduction THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE The hundred of Becontree occupies the south-western corner of the county, bounded on the south by the Thames and on the west by the Lea . It is now entirely urban

    Metropolitan Essex since 1919 Social conditions

    there, was more prevalent in Dagenham than in neighbouring districts, although most of the houses in Dagenham were on the Becontree Estate, which was built and managed to be a major contribution to housing improvement, and a large proportion of

    List of maps and plans

    , vol. i, by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved page 172 The Hundred of Becontree " 181 Barking , Ilford , and Dagenham in 1777 . From J. Chapman and P. Andre , A

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 70, May 1570, 01 May 1570-31 May 1570

    the Liberty of Havering-atte-Bower, in the same county. May. 17. Similar certificate by the same for the Half Hundred of Becontree, in the same county. May. 18. Similar certificate by the Bailiffs and Justices of the Borough of Maldon, in Subscribers-only content

    Little Ilford

    Boundaries . Quantity of land, and how occupied . Soil . Land-tax . Little Ilford lies in the hundred of Becontree, at the distance of about six miles from London; a little to the south of the great road. The

    County of Essex, Barking

    out of the hundred of Becontree. Most of the succeeding monarchs till the reign of Henry VII. confirmed the charters of their ancestors. Richard II. granted a return of writs within the hundred of Becontree, together with the profits of

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 80, August 1571, 01 August 1571-31 August 1571

    within the Liberty of Havering, co. Essex. August 20. 26. Similar certificate by the same, taken within the Hundred of Becontree, co. Essex. August 20. 27. Certificate of all the vagabonds, rogues, and mighty valiant beggars (men and women) taken Subscribers-only content

    East Ham

    occupied . Soil . Land-tax . This village lies in the hundred of Becontree, about six miles from London and a mile from Barking. The parish is bounded by Barking, Little Ilford, Wanstead, Westham, and Woolwich 1 . It contains

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 February 1823, 19 February 1823

    by Counsel at the Bar on Monday next. Becontree respecting Small Debts, Upon reading the Petition of the Tradesmen, Artisans Petition from and other Persons residing within the Half Hundred of Becontree, in the County of Esses, and which adjoins Subscribers-only content

    Index, 25 November 1823

    referred to said Committee, 648. 3- relative to County Courts for Recovery of Small Debts ; from Witham, 518. — Becontree, 527. — Stow, 559. —Macclesfield, 560.—Shrewsbury, 595. —Sparkenhoe, 617. — Cosford, 628. — Thredling; and Babergh, 648. — Black¬ Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1825, 25 May 1825

    Tradesmen and other County Persons residing within the Upper Half Hundred of p01^1? Bill> Becontree, in the County of Essex, whose Names are fav^J,". thereunto Subscribed: (Becontree:) Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Tradesmen, Sparkenhoe: Artizans and other Persons Subscribers-only content

    16 September 1831, 16 September 1831

    Part of the Hundred of Brixton, in Surrey ; the Hundred of Blackheath, in Kent; and in the Hundred of Becontree, in Essex ; so far as the same can be made out for England and Wales:" Also, " (1.) Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    remaining Part of the Hundred of Brixton, in Surrey, the Hundred of Blackheath, in Kent, and in the Hundred of Becontree, in Essex; so far as the same can be made out for England and Wales: Also, 26. (1.) of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heard on the-18th of MNarch. - LICENSED VICTUALLERS.-On Friday last a meeting of licensed victuallers residing within the Hundred of Becontree, in the county of Essex, took place at the King of Prussia. Inn, Stratford, in the above county, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16s. lid; Gore, 3,7551. Ils. 2d. ; Finsbury, 44,1081. 29. 3id, ; Edmonton, 6,5411. Jos.; Tower Hamlets, 39,7131. 9s. Vd.; Becontree, 7,0241. lis. 2d.; St. George's, 5t2,894. 19s. ; St. James's, 32,531.; St. Mar- tis;'s, 14,5931.; let East Brixton, 1(,44:31. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    huudreds of Hiuekford, Lexden, Teudrin?, Wins- tree, Witham, Thurstable, and Dcngie- Place of Election, Braintree.- South Essex, the huudreds of Becontree. Chafford, Barstable. aud Rochford, with the Liberty of Havering- Place of Election, Brentwood. SCHEDULE E is a form of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SMALL DEBTS. At a General Meeting of the Committee appointed by the Tradesmen, Inhabitants of the Upper Half Hundred of Becontree, in the county of Essex, for procuring the establishment of a Court of Requests for the said district, held Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Division of Becontree, in the same county, for the year ending sth April, 1830 : with the total Amount of Rental at which each was assessed. Also of the number of Farm-Houses exempt : - England »„-» Becontree Houses as- Subscribers-only content

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