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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cheam

    were apparently two estates, for West Cheam appears in the possession of Christchurch , Canterbury , and East Cheam as belonging to the archbishop. WEST CHEAM . -In 1291 the estates of Christchurch in Cheam were valued at £6 13

    Parishes Cuddington

    are no schools peculiar to Cuddington . Cheam and Cuddington (National) School for Boys was built in 1826 , and that for girls and infants in 1869 . But they are the original Cheam schools. MANOR The earliest mention of

    Parishes Morden

    up into the fields again); the Ewell and Merton road separates it from Sutton and boundaries across the fields from Cheam and Malden on the west, while the River Wandle separates it from Mitcham . The parish, which is still

    Parishes Sutton

    connect it with Carshalton , and the houses spread to Cheam on the other side. The district of Belmont on the high land to the south is in Sutton and Cheam . The northern part of the parish, though partly

    The hundred of Wallington Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF WALLINGTON

    CHALDON CROYDON SANDERSTEAD BEDDINGTON CHEAM MITCHAM SUTTON CARSHALTON COULSDON MORDEN WOODMANSTERNE By the Domesday Survey the hundred of Wallington included Addington , Chaldon , Coulsdon , Croydon , Sanderstead , Woodmansterne , Beddington , Carshalton , Cheam , Mitcham ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cheam

    CheamCHEAM. Name . In the most ancient record which I have seen relating to this parish, its name is spelt Chieham; it has since been varied to Ceiham, Chayham, and Cheyham, and has now, for about two centuries past,

    Charles I - volume 534, September 1633, 01 September 1633-30 September 1633

    [Sept. ? ] 50. Petition of David Ramsey, groom of the Privy Chamber, to the King. Bartholomew Frumman of Cheyne [Cheam ] co. Surrey, lodged for three nights in August last, one Henry Flood, alias Francis Smith, alias Rivers, alias Subscribers-only content

    Malden

    hundred of Kingston, in a very retired situation between that town and Cheam. It is nearly 12 miles from Hyde-park-corner. The parish is bounded by those of Cheam, Cudington, Mordon, Wimbledon, Kingston, Epsom, and LongDitton. The land is principally arable,

    Appendix, Further additions

    is a laurel wreath with this inscription, Nondum merui , which at most intimates a promise of poetical talents. CHEAM.Cheam school . P. 139. East Cheam-house, which was devised by Lady Stourton to Lord Petre, and afterwards sold to

    Morden

    in the road to Epsom. The parish is bounded by Mitcham on the east; Carshalton and Sutton on the south; Cheam and Maldon on the west; and Merton on the north. The land is, for the most part, arable; the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWDIGATE, John (d.1387/8), of Cheam and Ockley, Surr.

    (d.1387/8), of Cheam and Ockley, Surr. Constituency Dates Surrey 1386 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Surr. Mar. 1380. Ofifces Held J.p. Surr. 14 Dec. 1381-d. Biography This MP’s family took its name from the manor of Newdigate, where his ancestors

    BENTLEY, John, of Cheam, Surr.

    John, of Cheam, Surr. Constituency Dates Surrey Nov. 1390 Ofifces Held Clerk of the Exchequer by 1377-Nov. 1389; dep. chamberlain of the Exchequer by 29 July 1385-6 Mar. 1388. Ofifces Held Commr. to take musters, Kingston-upon-Hull Apr., July 1386; of

    SCAWEN, Sir Thomas (c.1650-1730), of Walbrook, London and Horton, Bucks.

    already provided for by Sir William Scawen, he left him only the manor of Horton, bequeathing the rest of his property, consisting of estates at Reigate and Cheam in Surrey, together with his personal property, to his three younger sons.[footnote]

    SMITH, Robert Percy (1770-1845), of 20 Savile Row, Mdx. and Cheam, Surr.

    20 Savile Row, Mdx. and Cheam, Surr. Constituency Dates Grantham 1812 1818 Lincoln 1820 1826 Ofifces Held Adv.-gen. Bengal 1803-11. Biography "Bobus" Smith"s famously witty brother, the Rev. Sydney Smith, once said to him: "Brother, you and I are exceptions

    HACKET, Sir Andrew (c.1632-1709), of Moxhull, Wishaw, Warws.

    Bishop Williams, was so moderate an Anglican that he was invited to the Westminster assembly and retained his living at Cheam throughout the Interregnum. At the Restoration he became bishop of Lichfield and launched a successful appeal for £20,000 to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CRYSTAL PALACE, JU.NE 17th; IGr-eat Britain Exhibition- I - Earl's Court. Onl FRIDAY. JUNE 16th, 1899, CHEAM EXCURSION TICKE'IS will be issued to Times of I'ROM, Starting. I'wlllcli.,, .. ., 10 SO Afon Wen... 10 45 Criecietis. .... 10 51; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Oakley, Mdrtitis'slr:e, Cansoni-street .. J. Gale, New London-street, CUtutched Friars, inerchiart. At.: torney, Mr. Oakley, Martin's-lane, Caninon-street Sv. Mullens, Cheam, Surrey,hnildet. Attorney, Mr..owlert Basing-lane, Bread-street, London. -JYl-ilwetf,' West Bedfont, m3icdlesek, farmer. Attornrie Mersrs. Phillipson andtflreweri Sir pie-inn London 1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of decline. On the s~tIt losft, Ta~tcvks p~alCe, in the 64th year of his age, Robert iOnsj~day, at Camden Town, in the 68th year of her age, Mrs. Catharine the beloved~ :fe of Thomas Harris, Esq- late of Cheam, Surrey. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5s. 4d4, . . . - , : MARRIED. - - At St Margaret's, Westminster, Mr Wn. E1onry Neal, of Cheam, Sirrey, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Samuel Yonng, -Esq. Parliamene street, Westmrinster. - * At Lyminge, John Humphrey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for trial to Horsemonger lane gaol.-It is said at Cheam, that since Wittman's retirement from the Excise, frequent quarrellings arose between him and his wife, both at Walworth and at Cheam, and that he was jealous of her; but this Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Cheyham Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cheam Hall, Cheam, Surrey, England 1933 Stoneleigh Hotel, Stoneleigh, Surrey, England 1947 Masonic Hall, Grove Road, Sutton, Surrey, England 1978

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    W. Shepherd,

    [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Cheese shops, Grocers, Advertisements, Tea and grocery, tea dealer; cheesemonger; grocer] 'aaaHfiaHS Ai HI o h9 • td IK ?3 ~ > w Pi ^ o W. SHEPHERD, GEOCER, TEA DEALER, CHEESEMONGER. && HI o h9 Subscribers-only content

    W. Shepherd,

    (1865) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Cheese shops, Tea trade, Almanacs, English, Grocers, Almanacs, tea dealer; grocer; cheesemonger] Hi o ? o w lid W Ifl ffi O 1^ td O ffi? ffi o H M ? H o W W Subscribers-only content

    W. Shepherd,

    (1865) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Cheese shops, Tea trade, Almanacs, English, Grocers, Almanacs, tea dealer; grocer; cheesemonger] i o ? o ? td t7:l Hi H O w ? w ffi O P5 o c!5 02 w o M n Subscribers-only content

    W. Shepherd,

    (1865) [Advertising, Printed ephemera, Cheese shops, Tea trade, Almanacs, English, Grocers, Almanacs, tea dealer; grocer; cheesemonger] •0? "anoNOMasaaHD aaivaa vai, 'aaooHQ "-"-'^ i — 1 S ' l£ 1 s 0« .•I q.L M I'X l\i s s ^ Subscribers-only content

    Gallon jars with taps.

    [Brewing industry, Beer, Advertisements, beer] GALLON la^ITH TAI>S. MILD & BITTER ALES, STOUT AND PORTER, PEICE LIST. Dinner Ale ...? Pale Ale? Porter Double Stout? Strong Ale ...? Best Bitter? Stock Ale B.? 1 ? 1 ? 1 ? Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 February 1755, 7 February 1755

    of Surrey, through the Borough of Reigate, " by Sidlow Mill, to Povey Crofs, and from Sutton " aforefaid, through Cheam, and over Howell Hill, to " Ezvell; and alfo the Road from Tadworth, by the " Windmill, to the Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1755, 11 February 1755

    Surrey, through the Borough of Rei- " gate, by Sidlow Mill, to Povey Crofs, and from Sutton " aforefaid, through Cheam, and over Howell Bill, to " Ewell; and alfb the Road from Tadworth, by the •' Windmill, to the Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1755, 20 March 1755

    the County of Surrey, through the Borough of Reigate, by Sidlow Mill, to Povey Crofs; and from Sutton aforefaid, through Cheam and over Howell Hill, to Ewell; and alfo the Road (ramTad- worth, by the Windmill, to the Bottom of Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1770, 21 March 1770

    " Surry, through the Borough of Reigafe by Sidlow ** Mill, to Povey Grofs, and from Sutton aforefaid, t{ through Cheam, and over Howell Hill, to Eivell, and ** alfo the Road from Tadworth, by the Windmill, to " the Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1770, 30 March 1770

    County of Surry, through the Borough of Rei- gate by Sidlow Mill to Povey Crofs; and from Sutton aforefaid, through Cheam, and over Howell Hill, to Ewell; and alfo the Road from Tadworth, by the Windmill, to the Bottom of Subscribers-only content

 

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