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  • * Victoria County History *

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    High Ongar Nonconformity

    Lane , founded about 1929, was in connexion with the Gospel Hall, but is now rented by the Baptists of Blackmore . 49 It is a small weather-boarded building. G. L. Turner , Orig. Recs. of Early Nonconf . ii,

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Blackmore

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Blackmore 17. THE PRIORY 1 OF BLACKMORE This priory, which was dedicated to St. Laurence , appears to have been founded by some of the Sanford family, probably towards the end of the twelfth

    High Ongar Schools

    1892 it began to rise, additional pupils coming from Norton Mandeville , where the school had recently been closed, and Blackmore , where the school was overcrowded. 88 By 1893 there were 56 children on the books, although there was

    Stondon Massey Introduction

    higher ground at Church Hill there are good views across to Chipping Ongar and also north-east in the direction of Blackmore . During the past 30 years the parish has become increasingly suburbanized. It retains several farms on old sites

    Stoke Newington Growth: from 1870 to 1914 Stoke Newington : building leases

    George Blackmore for building in Bouverie Road, Grayling Terrace , and Lordship Road. 23 Between 1874 and 1878 some 102 houses were built in Bouverie Road, many by Thomas G. and Alfred Bricknell , to whom Blackmore subcontracted. Blackmore also

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLACKMORE, Abraham (c.1677-1732), of the Inner Temple

    BLACKMORE, Abraham (c.1677-1732), of the Inner Temple Constituency Dates Mitchell 1710 1713 Newton 1713 1715 Ofifces Held Commr. public accts. 1714. Biography Blackmore’s father, a distant relation of the physician Sir Richard Blackmore, had been a Tory common councilman of

    SMITH, Thomas IV (1525/26-94), of Blackmore, Essex.

    pardon as Thomas Smith of Blackmore, esquire. Apart from his sale of the Ingatestone property in 1565 to (Sir) William Petre and an unsuccessful attempt to demolish the nave of the former priory church at Blackmore while building a new

    HERVY, Richard (d.1429), of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    Clerk of the statute merchant, Lostwithiel by Dec. 1408-d. Ofifces Held Sub-bailiff of the stannary of Blackmore c.1414-17. Biography The Hervys of Lostwithiel perhaps traced their descent from one Thomas, son of Hervei, who was living there in the 12th

    TREBARTHE, John (d.c.1441), of Trebartha in Northill, Cornw.

    Lostwithiel Nov. 1414 Ofifces Held Bailiff of the stannary of Blackmore 1401-5. Ofifces Held Bailiff itinerant of the duchy of Cornw. 6 Feb. 1407-Oct. 1441. Biography This Member may have been the son of John Trebarthe and his wife, Christine

    DAY (DEYE), John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw.

    DAY (DEYE), John, of Lostwithiel, Cornw. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1399 Ofifces Held Mayor, Lostwithiel Mich. 1419-20. Biography The Days had lived in Lostwithiel since, at the latest, the 1330s, and a kinsman of John's, Thomas Day, had served not

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