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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Abbey of Barking

    s . 11 d . in Lidlington , £16 8 s . 103/4 d . in Mucking , £16 in Bulphan , £15 11 s . 7 d . in Slapton , £9 3 s . 41/2 d . in

    Parishes North Ockendon

    road running east from Bulphan to Upminster and Romford . At this cross-road the village developed, and it still includes the 15th-century blacksmith's house and a 16th- and 17th-century house, now the post office. 11 From Bulphan to the village

    Romford Manors and other estates

    Street ), Romford . In 1499 John Hotoft of Orsett and his wife Joan conveyed it to William Chapman of Bulphan and others. 238 Chapman conveyed it in 1501 to Edward Hales . 239 Stewards later passed to Marcellin Hales

    Parishes Childerditch CHILDRDITCH 1980

    and a tributary. Inland fens were rare in Essex but there were several others in this district, including the adjoining Bulphan fen. 91 In 1392 two wardens of the fen were appointed by Childerditch manor court. 92 The omission of

    Index A - K

    32 Buckland : Eliz., see Aubert Dr. Fran . O., 120 Buckland (Som.), priory of, 130 Bulkeley , fam., 34 Bulphan , 71 Bulstrode , Mary, see Gonson Bulwick ( Northants .), 149 Burch : Jn., 68, 85 Marg., w.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendices

    our londys, tenementys, sedynges, pastures, medows, wodes, with all their commodies lieng in the parysshis of Childerdich called Cuttelers, of Bulphan called Curteys, of Orsett called Fancroft, of Hornedon called Dyckars, of Nevendon called Grimmesbies, and of Estylbery called Clerkes

    Register Palmer, Nos. 41-95

    thingis as shalbe necessary abowte the altar 13 s . 4 d . I bequeith to the parisshe churche of Bulphan, a vestement price 20 s . I gif to the werkes of Powlys 3 s . 4 d .

    Index, B, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Sir John (executed in 1537), 939. -, Sir Wm., 382. Bulphan (Bulvan, Bulfan), Essex, g. 831 (63). Bulstrode (Bulstred) , Geo., 1008. -, (Bulstred), Bic., p. 553. Bulvan . See Bulphan. Bulwarks . See Blockhouses. Bulwell woods , Notts, g.

    Index of persons and places

    John, 11 Buknall (e), see Bucknall Bulfan (n), see Bulphan Bull , le, 184n Bull , le, super le Hope, 184n Bullen , 210 Buller , Robert, priest of Terling, 34 Bulphan , Bulfann, Bulffan, Essex, church of, 58, p.

    Index, B

    105. Bulcombe , William, gent., of Oxford, 368. Bulcote , Bulcotys [in Burton Joyce ] , Notts, 489. Bulfan. See Bulphan. Bulkeley , Agnes wife of Thomas, 595. -, John, gent., of Anglesea, 661. -, Richard, clerk, archdeacon of Anglesea, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lost hats,: nd a wooden . seat shivered to pieces by violent collision with your .cor9spondet's leg, completed the danage doniiew We fdunid en enquiry we were in a villpge 'or hawlet,' called Bulphan, about four mils from Heron Gate."' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Saumarez Smith as Bishop of Sydney and Primate of Australia. SERors FcooDs.-The Mar Dyke, which extends from Colchester through Bulphan Pens, Essex Marshes, to Purfleet, and thence into the Thames, has overflowed for a distance of nearly ten miles Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a public meeting should Ibe held in the north. FLOOD iN TH-E FPNB.-The Mar Dyke, which extends from Colchester through Bulphan Feus and Essex marshes to Purfleet, and thence into the Thames, has over- flowed fora distanee of nearly ten Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p:obably continue over Ireland and England. FLOODS IN ENGLANtl-D, LoNoxo. SATUDnAY.-The Mar Dyke, which I estends from Colchester through the Bulphan | fens and Essex marshes to Partdect and thence into the Thames. has overflowed for a distance of ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wellingore-at eleven. Lord Petre's Hounds will meet on Monday, at Margaret. ting; on Thursday, at Danbury; and on Saturday, at Bulphan F'en-at half-past ten. The East Kent harriers will meet on Monday, at Little Mongeham-at half-past ten. The M. H. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Mabb, 20/12/1616

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 193980 Linked to person: Mabbe, John 1610-1616 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Mabb Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 20/12/1616 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    William Lowen, 31/5/1570

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 140301 Linked to person: Lowen, William 1562-1570 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lowen Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 31/5/1570 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status

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