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You searched for: Place: Chipperfield, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

Found 230 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries King's Langley priory

    house with closes in his manor of Langley 15 and leave to take wood for fuel and other necessaries from Chipperfield Wood (Chepervillewode). 16 During some years of scarcity he also supplied them with corn. 17 The king, however, felt

    Parishes Sarratt

    moiety in clothing or bedding for the benefit of the inmates of these almshouses and of the Dell Almshouses on Chipperfield Common mentioned below, and as to the other moiety for the benefit of other poor of the parish. In

    Parishes Heythrop

    sawmills north-east of Heythrop House , on the boundary with Little Tew parish, have been used as winter quarters by Chipperfield 's circus. 43 Manors and Other Estates. HEYTHROP , along with Kiddington , was given c . 780 by

    Index A - Z

    , Thos., 208 Chilton (Som.), 9 chiminage , 4 china and glass dealer , 70 Chinnor , 96 n . Chipperfield 's circus , 133 Chipping Norton , see Norton , Chipping Chislett , fam., 106 cholera , see epidemics

    Index A-J

    , Chilworth Street , see Paddington China , Chinnery, H. B. , Chippendale , Thos., Chippenham ( Wilts .) , Chipperfield , Wm., n Chiswell Street , see Finsbury Chiswick , par., agric., fair, incl., ind., pop., soil, sports clubs,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county a "of Cambridgeshire ; from Doncaster and Horeforib, in the 9 county of York; from Baicup, In Loocashire; from, Chipperfield, o' I- Hlects; from Stamford, Henley In Arden, and Newark; from a con- ri n gregation in the Pavement Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The court, as on former occasions, was crowded to excess, and the proceed- ings lasted till half-past seven 'clock. iMr. Chipperfield appeared, as before, for the prosecutin; and Ai-. Neale for the pasones-. She remained seated in the dock in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of this monstrosity is Robert Tipuey, a native of March, in Cambridgeshire, and is exhibited by the proprietor, a Mr. Chipperfield. It is astonishing the crowds who rushed to see this living anatomy. I acknowledge the sight, though extraordi- nary, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the date HIe t of the original buiLling Curiottely enough, a short time mal ago, a lady livinig at Chipperfield Mtnuor, Hertfortshire, Wea showed a friend of uine some sittilar panelling, anid said old, r- that it cane origitally Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Argent Green Dragon, North-street, Sudbury J. Bonhara .. .. Marquis Inn, Che-burgh W. Church.. .. Railway Tavern, Beccles >. Chipperfield .. King's Head, Halssworth S. Claydon .. . . Shimpling, Bury St. Edmund's A. Claydon .. . . Crown, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part II

    space or cloister. The Company appoint a master who is not in Holy Orders. The present master is Mr. Fredk. Chipperfield, who was appointed about nine years ago. He had been a pupil-teacher at the Abbey Street, Bethnal Green, school

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