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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Old and New Shoreham Charities for the poor

    kind to the same; both were being distributed in 1976 . 77 C 93/20 no. 29 m. 4; Prob. 11/185 (P.C.C.36 Evelyn);cf. above, Clapham . Char. Digest Suss . H.C. 77, pp. 30-1 ( 1894 ), lxiii. Char. Com. files.

    Parishes Clapham

    to Holywelle. 73 A free fishery in Clapham is frequently mentioned in documents of the 17th and 18th centuries. The manor of OCLE-CUM- CLAPHAM alias CLAPHAM BAYEUX alias VAUXES MANOR lay partially in Clapham and partially in the neighbouring parish

    Parishes Clapham

    Parishes ClaphamCLAPHAM Cloppaham (ix cent.); Clopeham or Cloppeham (xi-xiii cent.); Clopham (xiii-xv cent.). The civil parish of Clapham forms part of the metropolitan borough of Wandsworth . 1 The parish is connected with London by the road which passes

    Clapham Clapham And Patching c. 1975

    ClaphamCLAPHAMClapham 1 lies 4 miles north-west of Worthing on the south slope of the South Downs . The modern parish is elongated from north to south, with an eastwards extension in the south part. The ancient parish, however,

    Parishes Oakley

    the manor of Ocle-cum- Clapham in Clapham parish (q.v.). In that year, however, the manor was divided, Lord Vaux selling his Clapham property to Thomas Rowe , while he retained his Oakley lands. 44 The Clapham moiety alone appears to

  • * British History Online *

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    CLAPHAM, Henoch

    Henoch CLAPHAM Henoch CLAPHAM Biography Name Henoch CLAPHAM Gender Male Primary occupation non-medical clergyman (Clergyman. Author of AN EPISTLE UPON THE PESTILENCE 1603) Period of medical practice 1597-1628 Address Eastry Kent 1618 Other notes Arraigned for advertising 1607. Archbishop of

    Clapham

    ClaphamCLAPHAM. Etymology . This parish in all probability received its appellation from one of its proprietors. Osgod Clappa was the name of the Danish lord, at whose daughter's marriage-feast, in Lambeth, Hardicanute died 1 . In Doomsday book, however,

    COLWELL, James

    Backchurch Ward Langborne Date 1599-1622 Censorial hearings 15 Dec 1613 Entry C, an apothecary of Fenchurch Street, was accused like CLAPHAM 166 (qv) of selling Cary's medicines. C said he'd sold them only in the country. Attitude of the accused

    GARRET, ?James

    apothecary, confessed that he had sold [bad ] mithridate to Thomas MILLER (qv), but said he had bought it from Garret, who had guaranteed it. Action taken ? 17 Oct 1631 Entry Mentioned as the one-time master of CLAPHAM (qv).

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Billingsgate Ward, St Botolph's Parish

    Clapham , - (Widow) 26.00 130.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: See note 05/5. Clapham , - (Widow) 22.00 110.00 0.00 0.00 Comment: See note 50/6. Clapham , - (Widow) 16.00 80.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: key. Comment: For Gaunts Key.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Clapham.

    for teaching of 28 Children: It is endowed with Lands in Peckham . CLAPHAM . F Rom Battersey we next take our Course to the Parish of Clapham , situate upon a fine Rising; whence is a pleasant Prospect over

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Newington-Butts.

    Esq; Treasurer to the Archbishop of Canterbury , was a very liberal Benefactor. In this Parish, in the Road to Clapham , stands a fair Alms-house for seven Widows of the said Parish, who receive each 4l. yearly. It was

    Book 1, Chapter 31 Honourable Citizens. Sir Baptist Hickes.

    before) at Soper Lane End , at the White Bear ; and of Juliana, Daughter and Heiress of Arthur de Clapham in Comitat. Somerset . This Baptist, upon K. James 's coming in, was sworn his Servant, Anno 1603 ,

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. Inclosures.

    Hospital many Years. Whose Study was to imitate his Redeemer here by doing good. Departed March 7. 1698 . at Clapham , in the 69 Year of his Age; with a joyful Hope to meet him in glory hereafter. Anne

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11

    five Miles distant of LONDON : viz. Kensington , Hammersmith , Chelsea , Fulham , Putney , Wandesworth, Battersea , Clapham , Camberwel, Lambeth , and Newington Butts . With Cognizance of the Monuments of the Dead in those Churches.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y ddalfa, ac y mae 13ryan mewn cyflwr pur beryglus Y mae hysbysleni wedi cael ed rhoddi i fyny yn Clapham, yn cynwys y gwahoddiad canlynol i'r addol. wyr yn I nghapel Bethesda: "-Gwneiff Ned. Wright, yr hwn . cyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn. y un cerbvd,: yr hwn- "a .adclawai.oftid am. eu g weled vp ulewid cerh)yd- m, yn ddio-el vn .ngorsat Clapham. Eisteddai y boneddwr ai gehli at y peiriant ga4n ddarllen newyddiadr ; a rnhywburyd cyn ciyraedd. y le diweddaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Dt BtnTi.-Ymddongys i'r Dr. hybarch aidaw a pregethu. Sy Sul diweddaf yn nghapel Dr. Macfarlen, sef gweinidog Presbyteraidd yn Clapham. Daeth n cynuleidfa fawr ynghvd, ond er mawr siomedigsoth ii'r gwyddfodolion, lluddiwyd y Dr. gan-afichyd poen- d us. Gobeitbiwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nifer y colledigion yn BLundain vn1 fawr issawn.' Ni fu dim llai na 50 neul 60 o bobli yn Nhloty ;Clapham Xddy'dd Llun i edrych a allent geel yn y ,gweddillioul iywbeth 71 cyfateb i chwser; merch, neul rhywr berthynas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grymus, yn. yil- r f ddangos yn y Daily NVews wedi ei ysgrifenu f n, gan J. GUINESS IROGERs, o Clapham, yn enw yr t its Angbydffnrfwyr, yn rhoddi ar ddeall y rhaid i d cil arweinwyry blaid w neyd Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLAPHAM, John (1566-1618), of London.

    secretaries during the 1590s. Maynard implied in a letter of August 1598 that, unlike himself, Clapham had not been acquainted with all Burghley’s papers, and Clapham admitted as much a month later. He was concerned at one time with wardship

    PAICE, Joseph (c.1658-1735), of Clapham, Surr.

    July 1735 and was buried in the churchyard at Clapham. The constancy of his religious affiliation was indicated by a bequest of £10 to the pastor of the Dissenting congregation at Clapham. With a personal estate of some £6,000 (mainly

    HASELRIGGE, John (d.1612), of Clapham, Surr.; later of Leicester.

    (d.1612), of Clapham, Surr.; later of Leicester. Constituency Dates Haslemere 1589 Biography Haselrigge probably owed his return for Haslemere to his brother-in-law, the eminent civilian, Bartholomew Clerke, whose servant he was. When his sister Eleanor, Clerke’s widow, died in 1594,

    HEWER, William (1642-1715), of Gauden House, Clapham, Surr.

    of Gauden House, Clapham, Surr. Constituency Dates Yarmouth IoW 1685 Ofifces Held Clerk, navy office July 1660-79; dep. judge-advocate of the navy 1677; member, R. Fishery Co. 1677; treas. of Tangier 1680-4; commr. of navy 1685-9; committee, E.I. Co. 1698-1709,

    TAYLOR, Richard (1620-67), of Clapham, Beds.

    (1620-67), of Clapham, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedford 1661 30 Nov. 1667 Ofifces Held J.p. Beds. July 1660-d., Bedford Sept. 1660, 1661, 1662; dep. lt. Beds. c. Aug. 1660-d.; commr. for assessment, Beds. Aug. 1660-d., Bedford 1661-d., loyal and indigent officers,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.1032

    & Places Participant: Henry Parker [Parker] Role: plaintiff Details: male; esquire Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: proprietor or farmer of the rectory of Clapham, archdeaconry of Richmond Participant: Giles Parker [Parker] Role: defendant Details: male;

    TRANS.CP.1614/2

    HenryParker [Parker] Role: appellant Details: male; Armiger Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Yorkshire, North Riding Richmond : archdeaconry Participant: GilesParker [Parker] Role: appellate Details: male; Gentleman Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Newby Hall (Newbie Hall) : habitation

    CP.E.241Y

    sentence Outcome: Date: 05/03/1397 - 13/03/1397 People & Places Participant: WilliamCrombeck [de Crombek] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Joan wife of WilliamCrombeck [de Crombek] Alternate name: Joan formerly daughter of RichardWebster

    CP.E.45

    Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Gilbert son of Hugh Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Robert Walker [le Walker] Role: witness Details: male; 24 Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham

    CP.H.707

    Participant: William Lupton [Lupton] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Prockter [Proctor; Procter] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Clapham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Clapham(Clapham) : ecclesiastical parish Newby Cote (Newbie Coate) :

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 April 1695, 18 April 1695

    given to one * that might " lawfully folicit; that elfe it would give no equitable " Intereft." " Mr. Clapham. Q^ What he knew of certain Con- " ditions referved to him in a Paper made between " Hutchifon Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1707, 27 February 1708

    is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- Carey's Claim to tiie Baiony at' HuniUom Clapham etiali as Wimbles, ral in Parliament affembled, That John Clapham Efquire, concerning Lawcs Widow, Jones Clerk, Sherwin, Charleton, Bryan Fairfax, Doftor of Laws and Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    the Oath of Sir William Richard/on of Bermond¬ fey Knight, Sir Abraham Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of Clapham Knight, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey Knight, Jojias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Efquire, Percival Lewis of Putney Ef¬ quire, Samuel Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    the Oath of Sir *e William Richardfon of Bermondfey Knight, Sir Abraham Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of Clapham Knight, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey Knight, Jofias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Efquire, Per- " rival Lewis of Putney Efquire, Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    of Sir " William Richardfon of Bermondfiy Knight, Sir Abraham " Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of (i Clapham Knighr, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey " Knight, Jofias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Efquire, Per- " cival Lewis of Putney Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    vpon the whole cause, and vpon suche interrogatories as shoulde be ministred vnto them in presence of maister Lewes, and Clapham, promoters of the office, protesting to saye against them and their sayinges, in case & as farre as they

    Book 5, page 853 (1563)

    vpon suche interrogatories as shoulde be ministred vnto them, as farre as they knewe in the presence of maister Dauie Clapham, one of the Promoters of the office, dissenting frō the sayd production, and approuing the persones of the forsayde

    Book 5, page 857 (1563)

    truth vpon those articles, and such interrogatories, as should be ministred in the office behalf, in the presence of Dauid Clapham, one of the Promotors, approuing the person of the sayd Byshop of Duresme, protestīg neuerthelesse to say agaynst his

    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    as should be ministred vnto them, and euery of them whan they should be examined in the presence of Dauid Clapham, one of the sayd Promotours of thoffice, approuing the person of the sayde Cutbert, byshop, and yet protesting to

    Book 5, page 849 (1563)

    truth he knoweth vpon the same articles, and vpon the interrogatories, that shalbe ministred by the office, the foresayd maister Clapham approuinge his person, and yet protesting as before he protested of the Lord Chancellor.Thinterogatories ministred by thoffice, here foloweth.1.IM

 

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