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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Stanmore Economic history

    head tenement, and seven of those held by Nicholl, the Norwoods, and Tailor, were acquired in the 17th-century by the Burnells . 72 By 1679 only two men held as many as two head tenements. 73 Edward Norwood the elder,

    Parishes Broughton Hackett

    possibly the widow of a former Beauchamp owner, was holding the manor. 22 This estate then became annexed to the Burnells ' manor of Upton Snodsbury , 23 which had also been formerly held by the Beauchamps . It was

    Parishes Knight's Enham

    If this is a true finding the land of Simon de Torney must have passed by some means to the Burnells , who united the two parts into one manor. After this the manor was held directly of the chief

    West Ham Agriculture

    from a reference of 1421 to '101 a. arable land, parcel of 145 a. marsh submerged under water', belonging to Burnells manor, 27 from the field names Wheatfield (or Whitfield ) and Wheatcrofte, both in Trinity marsh, 28 and from

    Great Stanmore Church

    wall monument erected by his widow Barbara, with kneeling figures of herself, her husband, and eight children; details of the Burnells ' charities are inscribed, with the provisions, still observed, for the monument's maintenance by the Clothworkers' Company of London

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 531, December 1630, 01 December 1630-31 December 1630

    Sir John Ratcliff, knt., great grandfather to petitioner, was seised of the honours and baronies of Fitzwalter, Egremont, Bullitort, and Burnells, which did by diverse mean descents descend to Robert, late Earl of Sussex, as heir to Sir John, who Subscribers-only content

    Inquisitions, 1582

    tenement and close lying in the town of Estham in co. Essex are held as of the manor of Estham Burnells by fealty only, and are worth per ann., clear, 30 s . The tenement in the town of St.

    Inquisitions, 1593-4

    co. Middlesex, now or late in the tenure of Robert Northe ; the moieties of the manors of Esthame Burnells, Westhame Burnells, Eastwest Hame and Plays in co. Essex; the moiety of divers acres of marsh in the said county

    House of Lords Journal Volume 21, March 1721, 1-10, 01 March 1721-10 March 1721

    Years; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for Sale of the Manor or Lordship of Burnells , alia s Riston , alias Ruston Burnells , and other Premises, in the County of Norfolk , to discharge Incumbrances thereupon; and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYKE, Roger (d.c.1467), of Bindon in Axmouth, Devon.

    he acquired from Nicholas Bach the manor of Bindon in Axmouth, although, this, too, may have once pertained to the Burnells, for later that year he began a long lawsuit with William Burnell, the prior of Loders (Dorset), over lands

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that our townsmen would have added another victory to their list. The Braiinbam gentlemen (who bail the assistance of the 'Burnells aud Brown, of Sesaeroft) howled and fielded reisarkably well, but the Clareisce are considerably their en pcries ill the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PANTOMIME IN BRIDFORD. TLHETBGD ROYAL. The story of " SiabSad the Sailor' will foan tis sub. jeot of the pantomme at the Theatre Royal, Bradford, this season, and if one might judge from the arrangements made bF the ran-agenant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hall. The Parkins Trio. The M'Corrnacks. Geo. Mackney. By kind permission of the EMPIRE t Vl~~Dsusca'or.An~r- Artbur Lennard. The 4 Burnells. Thc Asbeys. Captain Slingsby. By kind permission of LAWR.Nc-s BaroGu Esq., of MooxiE & BURG1SS MNinstrels- The Lindsays, Ben Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parkins Trio. The _M'Cormacks. G Qeo. Slackney. By kind permission of the E-dPirE DIRsEcrORATE- 1 Arthur T ennard. Thc 4 Burnells. ] The Asbeys. Captain Siingsby. By lkind permission of LAwvrElir Beocurr Esq., of Ioo:ys & B Ms:GESS Minstrels- The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tenny, the M'Cortnacks. Mhiss Louise Agnese (who will contribute ' There is a little star shining for you"), the Four Burnells, and others. During the evening Mr. Fred Warden wvill address his friends and the public. There is certain to Subscribers-only content

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