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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Salisbury Charities

    and Burch , known henceforth as the St. Martin's amalgamated charities. The property was sold in 1888 for about £447 and the money invested in stock. In 1926 the income on this was £13 10 s . 42 Samuel Burch

    Romford Manors and other estates

    it to John Burch , a West India planter. 114 Burch (d. 1668) left Gidea Hall to his wife Margaret (d. 1685), for life, with remainder to his sister Rebecca Hothersall, and his nephews Thomas and Burch Hothersall. 115 The

    Alderton ALDERTON Alderton Village

    and south, and Burch Field to the east. 38 These names are used reasonably consistently from the late 17th century, although one early 18th-century glebe terrier refers to Windmill Field (i.e. Twyford Field) and Sandhill Field ( Burch Field), as

    Romford Education and charities

    In 1776 the churchwardens were charged interest on the capital but nothing more is known of this charity. 134 Margaret Burch , by will dated 1684, directed that money owing to her should be placed in trust for the poor

    Index A - K

    ; Warley , Great; Warley , Little Hotchkis , Jas., chaplain of Romford , 77 Hothersall : Burch , 68 Rebecca, see Burch Thos. (fl. 1668), 68 Thos. (d. by 1710 ), 68 Hotoft , Jn. and Joan his w.,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 3 APPENDIX.

    King John , in the 4th Year of his Reign , granted to Robert Vipont the Castle of Appleby and Burch , with the whole Bailiffwick of Westmorland , to hold during Pleasure. In the next Year it was granted

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'n cychwyn, Brofa fod 4r wael bryfyc Ddelw Dow, ywzaeddwl dyn. CARlIAD DUW. Cyfleithdya penihion tlwh hyn gan y liweddar Burch. John Elias.i a diamen y bydd yn dda gan lawer weled hyn o'i gy- sylltiad ag Emynyddiaethny cysegr.-A;P.ers; Pe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Athrylith a'i Weithiau gan Ieuan Gwynedd, a Darlun. nris, mewn llian, ysondeb y Pedair Efengyl, gan y diw. tI eddar Burch. Dr. Robinson, New York; yag- hyda Thraethawd Arweiniol ar Wrthddrych,: Hanes a Hauneswyr y Pedair Efengyl, gan y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " ea pU* a chan dymonm Duwr F yn rh'wydd iddynt Coffiwyd yn -serohog a phatchus D am y diAied4ar Burch, E. Williams%, aerniufon, yr-hwn agolluom er yCyffod MiEol o'rblaen. Dyg'wyd tyst io, aeth -ac i'w ymroddiad a'i weitganrwch gyd'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    't Nos Wener y ddegfed cyfisol, bu y Parch. James :d- Williams (Llydaw), yn traddodi pregeth angladdol 61- r'r diweddar Burch. Dr. Charles, Aberdyfi, ynnghapel a St. John Street, Caerlleon. Yr oedd Mr. Williams e. yn bersom eymwysb iawn i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hyn a ddylech wneyd heb oedi. Yr wyf ya credo sit nad oes neb yr amen teilyngdod y diwveddar Burch. Y Thomas Charles i gael bywgrafflad llawer mwy a hel- Y aethach, ac felly mwy teilwng o hono, nag Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1755, 21 January 1755

    againft In the Firft of which, Stev£m and Bellamy againft Burch j Godfrey. Anne Burch Widow is Defendant: In the Second, William Bellamy is Plaintiff, and The faid Anne Burch is Defendant: In the Third, Jofeph Faikney is Plaintiff, and Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1771, 8 February 1771

    alfo that the judges, hav¬ ing perufed the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition of Edward Burch Re&or Burch and of the Parifh Church of Langham in the County of Blake's Pe- Suffolk, and of Patrick Blake Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1771, 4 March 1771

    to a exchange Lands in Langham, in the County of Suf- u folk, between Patrick Blake Efquire, and Edward " Burch, Re£tor of theParifh Church of Langham afore- " faid, within the Diocefe of Norwich." Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1771, 19 March 1771

    to u exchange Lands in Langham, in the County of Suf- " folk, between Patrick Blake Efquire, and Edward " Burch, Rector of the Parifh. Church of Langham " aforefaid, within the Diocefe of Norwich," was com¬ mitted : " Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1771, 20 March 1771

    to Blake's Bill* exchange Lands in Langham, in the County of " Suffolk, between Patrick Blake Efquire, and Edward <c Burch, Reftor of the Parifh Church of Langham ** aforefaid, within the Diocefe of Norwich." CC The Queftion was put, Subscribers-only content

 

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