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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    in 1742 sold Clayhall to Peter Eaton . 129 Eaton (d. 1769) left the manor to his relative Hannah Markland . 130 By this time Clayhall was being let to tenant farmers. Miss Markland still held Clayhall in 1777 ,

    The ancient parish of Barking Agrarian history, markets and fairs

    of the town, along the Roding: the ancient free tenements of Fulks, Rayhouse, Berengers, Wyfields, Cranbrook , Stonehall , and Clayhall were all less than a mile from that river. The south-eastern part of Barking , near Dagenham , may

    The ancient parish of Barking Abbeys and churches founded before 1830

    other chapel purposes. 170 The former chapel, now a fowl house, still stands. Chapels attached to the manor houses of Clayhall and Dagenhams are mentioned elsewhere. 171 A chapel of St. Anne , in Barking parish, is said to have

    Index A - K

    la (fl. 1313), 195; Denise de la, 195; Ric. de la, 195; Reynold de la, 195 Claygarth , see Takeleys Clayhall , in Ilford , 191, 192, 195-6, 205, 215, 231, 246, 279, 290 Clegg , Jos., 118, 118 n

    Parishes Battersea with Penge

    's General Charity . -This parish is entitled to four one-hundredth parts of the net income of the Heddington and Clayhall estate branch of this charity. The share of Battersea averages about £20 a year, which is applicable in the

  • * British History Online * *

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    County of Essex, Barking

    Mr. Wight, grandson of Gabriel. There is now a farm-house on the site. Manor of Clayhall . Chapel at Clayhall . The manor of Clayhall was held under the abbess and convent of Barking by a quit-rent of 15s. 3d.

    Orphanage

    I. 401. Letter from Thomas Powle to Sir James Harvey, Knight, Lord Mayor, in reply. Dated from his poor-house at Clayhall, 13th September, 1582. I. 402. Letter from the Lord Mayor to the Lords of the Council, informing them that

    Entry Book, July 1688, 1-10, 02 July 1688-10 July 1688

    Kensington, co. Middlesex, of the baronetcy fee of 1,095 l . due from his late father, Sir Thomas Campbell of Clayhall, co. Essex. (Treasury warrant dated July 23 hereon to the Receipt for tallies of discharge accordingly.) King's Warrant Book

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1492-1495, 01 January 1492-31 December 1495

    son of Thomas Thorpe esquire, to John Colte esquire, his heirs and assigns. Release and quitclaim of the manor of Clayhall in Berkyng, and of all lands and tenements therein formerly of Thomas father of John Colte, with warranty against Subscribers-only content

    Index, C, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    Sheriff of Northumberland letter of Claxby , manor of Claxton , Sir John Claybrooke , vicarage of Claybrooke , John Clayhall Clement VIII. , Pope, nuncio of, in France Clench , Thos. Clere , Sir Edw. Clergy benevolence of, for Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TPUB)LIC JSALES. JULY 20.-By Messrs. CoBB, at the Mart.-A freehold ground rent of )0O. per annurm, arising from an inn and premises called the Castle, in the Leyton-road, near the Railwvay-bridge at Stratford, Essex-sold for 5701. A freehold ground Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLICE COURTS. WmSION-HOUSEK Charles Eaton De Witt, who is under remand, charged with obtaining, by false and fraudulent pretences, from Messrs. Garcia Rabet, wine merchants, Pudding-lane, a large quantity of wine, was again placed at the bar before Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from thence nearly In a South direction across the said close, tt> an ancient mark in the lane leading from Clayhall ti- the said Norton road, taking in 2A. SR. OP. of the said last-mentioned close, within the said parish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from thence nearly in a South direction across the said close, to an ancient mark in the lane leading from Clayhall to the said Norton road, taking in 2 A .-?R. CP. of the said last-mentioned close, within the said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liinehouse, Middlesex, intended for a Paper Mill ; then of Minto Street, Long Lane, Bermonel- sey, Surrey, Engineer; afterwards of Clayhall Place, Old Ford, Middlesex, Engineer ; and late of Marsh Gate Lane, Stratford, Essex, Foreman and Engineer formerly to Subscribers-only content

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