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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Huish Champflower

    67 a., West Catford 64 a., and Westcombe , perhaps the modern Coombe End , 36 a. 113 Newhouse and Catford were held for two centuries by the Marsh family, who had acquired the freehold of Catford by 1655 .

    Colleges St Laurence Pountney

    Orgar, St. Bride , St. Margaret Bridge Street , and in seven other London parishes, 7 and the manor of Catford 8 in Kent in 1338 ; the advowsons of the churches of West Tilbury , co. Essex , Speldhurst

    Parishes Wormley

    now consists of freehold land at Latchingdon , Essex , and ground rents in Berlin Road and Bromley Road , Catford , in the metropolitan borough of Lewisham , producing £180 a year or thereabouts. In 1909-10 the sum of

    Broomfield Manors and other estates

    probably in the later 17th century, and was known as BINFORDS by 1662 . 66 It was owned by the Catford family until 1700, and later by the Paynes and the Jeanes. Charles Tynte bought the estate from the Revd.

    North Petherton Economic history

    worth £1,400 a year in 1638 and during the Interregnum acquired lands worth a further £552 a year. 83 William Catford of West Melcombe (d. 1644) left goods worth over £2,600, including farm stock (£283), corn in the ground (£121),

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Ward. St. Laurence Poultney.

    Chambers, Stables, Courts and Curtelages thereunto belonging. Also there belonged unto the same College, a capital Messuage and Tenement called Catford , situate in Lewisham in Kent . Which with other things, was granted to Henry Polstede and Will. More

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d' yd i'w chartref nos Lun, wythnos i'r diweddaf, _ f clywai 'doeddiadau cynhyrfus yn dyfod o dan bent n- Catford, yr hon sydd yn croesi yr afon Ravensbourne; w h- ac wrth edrych dros y bout canifyddai ddau blentyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and H. Dance, Twerton, Somerootohire, manufacttrers of woollen cloths; so far as regards H. Donce-S. 0. R. Lee and 0. Catford, Plymouth, eogravers-E. Foss and H. H. Clark, Essex street, Strand, attoney-H. ontittiandCo. lasow;as far as regards J. 0 Hailtn-H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clergy of England to-morrow on the Private Banks' Cricket Ground, at Catford Bridge. The proceeds will be given to the building fund of the St. Mary's Mission Church, Catford. A meeting to consider the grievances of the 'Lower Division clerks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Criminal Court, yesterday, Elizabeth i' 0or haker' was chiarged wvith attempting to psioiso her mistress, li' [lie Ciiioline Iherowsili", lit Catford, biy ninlcing sulpihate of N. CII- Copper iii heor sulipper beer. Prisoner wavfs fosind guility, bint Meol of recoiiineidecl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B.C., 3; -. F. Edge, Anerley and Catford C.C., 0; 0. W. ?ettletou, Catford C.C., 0; F. EL Mason, Catford ad Polytechnic C.0., 0; G. L. Morris, Polytechnic C.C., 0; WV. Long, Catford C lC., 0; S. H. Pearce, Kildare Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Lewisham

    of the priory, stood to the south of the church, where is now the manor-farm. Manor of Catford . The manor of Catford, in this parish, was anciently, according to Philipott's account, the property of the family of Abel 22

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Andrew Holborn, Liberty Above the Bars - Second Book, Rose and Crown Court

    0.00 0.00 Property assessed: 13tnts. Nevill , Edward (Sir) 6.40 32.00 0.00 0.00 Stone , John 1.20 6.00 0.00 0.00 Catford , Walter 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Jeffryes , James 0.80 4.00 0.00 0.00 Haws , Francis 2.00 10.00 0.00

    Lee

    and continued for some time in his family 13 . They have for many years passed with the manor of Catford in Lewisham. Lee-place, and other villas . Lee-place, an ancient mansion in this village, has belonged, for more than

    Charles II, November 1683, 01 November 1683-30 November 1683

    of Trenchard or ever reported them to others as spoken by him, therefore pray let Mr. Crosse and his daughter Catford try all fair and lawful means if they can come to speak with Mrs. White to see if she Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, June 1574, 01 June 1574-30 June 1574

    went into England with Lord Clinton, but not being able to follow so fast took his way by inquiry to Catford, where the Queen of Scots lay for the time, with whom he remained as a boy in the stable

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POLSTED, Henry (by 1510-55), of Albury, Surr.

    his dying without issue. He granted the Queen an annuity of 50 marks for six years from his manors of Catford, Kent, and Hall Place, Surrey. Four lawyers were appointed to resolve any obscurities in the will, and to emend

 

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