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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Boxted Local government

    rights finally lapsed in 1935 . 86 After the Hall became separated from the manor the courts were held at Cheshunts after 1859, and at the Cross inn from 1885. 87 There were four overseers and two constables in 1756

    Boxted Introduction Boxted c. 1800 Penns and other houses north-east of Boxted church in 1586

    small hall houses, since demolished, which reveal the extent of former settlement spread. 81 The small hamlets at Bowrede or Cheshunts green, east of the village, and Workhouse Hill , near the heath, existed by the 16th century. 82 The

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    (manorial), curates, domestic buildings, Alberry's Cottages, Barritt's Farm, Boxted Hall , Boxted House , Boxted Lodge , Brook Farm , Cheshunts , Cross inn, Gate House , Hill House , Parsonage Farm, Penns, Pond House, Priory House , Rivers Hall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bishop Stortford. Scores of nests have also been taken by gardeners in the town and neighbourhood. The gardener at the Cheshunts, Boxted, Essex, bas destroyed five nests within a radius covered by a five mi lutes' walk. A verdict of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    greeted her efforts on this occasion. Mrs. Yewberry represented the garrulous Mrs. Bridgett, proud of her connection with " the Cheshunts and the Cholmondleys," and a string of grand people whose names she can never find the opportunity to recount, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lied lived in thie best of families, and leer abortive attempts to run over tle list coal- mencing with the Cheshunts anal the Chloln onldley. rrThe cast was completed by Mir King as M~ac. Bmamber culd itr Harrison as Phil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Dickson, Esq. (i-rm of Lenox, Nephew, and Co.), 16, New R~obert Digles, Esq. (Dhrectcr of the Bank of Egypt), Cheshunts .Sannuel B. EdenbDriongh, 'Esq. (firm of S. B. Edenborough iand Co.), Mloorgate-street buildings. glhSotsad apleaderl,angEtder, lEtsq. (Dlsatrs LOC th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11 0 Saturday, „ 28 Hatfield Priory „ ESSEX AND SUFFOLK Wednesday, Jan. 25 Hintlesham 11 q Friday, Jan. 27 Cheshunts, Boxted „ CAMBRIDGESHIRE HOUNDS Friday, Jan. 27 White Hall 11 0 THE PYTCHLEY HOUNDS Wednesday, Jan. 25 Swinf ord Subscribers-only content

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