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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodford Manors

    Norman , a London cooper. 141 At the beginning of the 18th century the Cleland family gained possession of the estate 142 but in 1732 William Cleland surrendered it to the use of Alvar Lopez Suasso . 143 In 1736

    Chigwell Manors

    in 1721 , leaving the manor to his son William who sold it in 1725 to William Cleland of Woodford . 6 Cleland sold Monkhams in 1735 to Sir Joseph Eyles , Kt., who was already owner of the neighbouring


    Alex., Jane m. Revd. Thos. Valley , Revd. John, Mary 1st w. of Alex., Mary m. - Hatt , fam., Cleland , Wm., Clements , Steph., Clemmory , Wm., Clerk , John the, of Ongar , Clifford , Rog. de,

    Index A - K

    310 Clayford , Joan of, 416 Clayton and Bell , firm of, 284 Cleeve , Bishop's, Stoke Orchard in, 331 Cleland , J. R., 251 Clements : Edm., 377 Wal., 319 Clent : Jas., 371, 399 Margery, see Smith clerk

    Index A - K

    Jos., 310 fam., 298 Claughton , Thos. L., bp. of St. Albans , 121 Claybury , in Ilford , 360 Cleland : Wm., 348 fam., 348 Clerk (Clerke), see Clarke Clerkenwell ( Lond. ): hosp. of St. John of Jerusalem

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I PUBLIC SOCIETIES. ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The second meeting for the session was held onr. D, day evening, W. R. Hamilton, Esq., in the chair Captain Washington exhibited the index to the top0 graphical map of France, now in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Lieut. vice Peslasl. b 'AlaTACiEDno.Lieut F. A. Robinson, from the 5th Foot, to heCapt. without purchase. Be~lood-aL .S1AaF.-A. B Cleland, M.D. to be Assostunt-Sur Gn t the Foreoe, vice C. L. Grant, deceased. ajo at EdS* Capt T. Canch, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who retires upon half-pay; Assistantr Surgeon C. B. Hearn, from the 45th Foot, to be Assistant-Surgeon to the Forces, vice Cleland, appointed to the Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. H. W. and G. L. King, Bristol, solicitors-T. Mills and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lauder, Mr Lauder, jun., of Grange; A. Rutherford, Esq,, MP.; the Hon. Fox Maule, M.P.; the Hon. North Dalrymple, of Cleland; Bailies Anderson, Whitehead, Stewart, Brodie, M'Kinlay; Dean of Guild Leadbetter; Councillors Bankier, Bryson. Small, Ord, Chapman, M'Nee, Allan, Wylie, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the outlay as a rent-charge. He charged me 81 l0s. a year for my two acres." Another witness named Cleland, a Scotebman and a hand-loom weaver, of Glasgow, had an allotment also at Snigg's End. He said: " Mine Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITE, Matthew (?1766-1840), of Crouch End, Hornsey, Mdx.

    he signed the declaration of 2 Dec. in support of Pitt’s government, his address being Finsbury Square. His partner was Cleland. He also subscribed £1,000 from the same address to the loyalty loan for 1797. In 1802 he was one


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