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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wisbech Hundred Elm Plan of All Saints Church

    demesnes in COLDHAM and elsewhere, 40 and in 1303 he held Coldham for 1/3 fee. 41 At his death ( 1321 ) he held, besides the Argentan-Wechesham-Loveday fee and the Mareis fee (see above), the manor of Coldham with 420

    Stedham

    1592 it had been acquired by the first Viscount Montague , 7 whose son sold it in 1611 to William Coldham . 8 In this family it remained until 1680, 9 but by 1684 it had passed to Thomas Grey

    Parishes Compton

    , sold the manor to Richard Coldham . 71 From him it descended to his son Richard. 72 In 1668 Richard Coldham and George Coldham the younger were dealing with it. 73 Richard Coldham conveyed it in 1688 to the

    Wisbech Fees

    in 1346 to his son Nicholas. 97 Walter de Langton , Bishop of Lichfield , held a 1/3 fee in Coldham (in Elm and Wisbech ), both in 1302 -3 and at his death in 1321 . 98 This descended

    Easebourne PARISH CHURCH and PRIORY of ST. MARY EASEBOURNE

    Parkehurst, 33 whose son Edward in 1593 sold it to William Coldham . 34 In this family it descended for more than a hundred years, being held by Richard Coldham in 1720 ; 35 but from him it was shortly

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARLETON, George (1529-90), of Overstone, Northants., Wisbech and Coldham, Isle of Ely.

    Overstone, Northants., Wisbech and Coldham, Isle of Ely. Constituency Dates Poole 1571 Dorchester 1572 Ofifces Held Capt. at St. Quentin 1557; j.p. Oxon 1564, rem. by 1573, Northants. 1573-82, Lincs. (Holland) 1579-87, Isle of Ely 1582; treasurer of Irish expedition

    CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London.

    the subject of an official inquiry. Nine years later he and his first wife conveyed moieties of the manors of Coldham and Bedford in Cambridgeshire to William Venour; and in 1417 they settled their manor of Garston in Surrey upon

    MORE, William I (d.1401/2), of London.

    shortly afterwards. Other purchases outside London proved more lasting: these included tenements in Southwark and Rochester, and the manor of Coldham in Cambridgeshire, which had been bought outright as freehold, as well as land in Elmdon, Essex, forfeited by Sir

    BULWER, William Henry Lytton Earle (1801-1872), of 36 Hertford Street, Mdx.

    his eldest son William was to inherit, to his executors, his fellow Norfolk landowners Sir Jacob Astley of Melton, James Coldham of Amner, Henry Styleman of Snettisham, and Edward Coke of Longton, Derbyshire; but they were also to provide for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him of her ser- vices. The case was stated by Mr Platt, and rested principally on the evidence of Ann Coldham, a very pretty, interesting, and intelligent girl vhoi gave her evidence in thes most straightfbrward way. The substance of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    774. - Court, the, Lady Haddington, 185, 194. Jewish liabilities, 821. Lamb, Charles, death of, 4. LAW.-First day of term; Coldham v. Sir Robert Gill (seduction), 43. Mr Serjeant Coleridge appointed a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 58, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i TRADE OF THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. -B-rtMJ1TNmsA1, Friday EverninZ. A-PART from the general quietude and partial stagnation of business due to the holidays, there is not amuchage to notice in the condition of trade. Complaints of the dulness Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estates, subject to the life inferests of herself and Sir Robert Loyd-Lindmay in them. His lordship leaves the Withybrool, Wolvey, Coldham, and Graudborouglh estates to Mr. Lewis Vivian Loyd and his eons in strict settle- ment. His lordship leaves his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    siOII the bill was reforrod back to thle Select Comr- t uilittoo for the reconsideration of the clause hi affecting Coldham Commonnl, Cambridge. Ques. tioned by Mr. BlADLAUGH as to thle Cost of m bankruptcy administration, Baron Dl WORMS al Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.5873

    CP.H.5873 Reference:CP.H.5873 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Violation of church rights (dilapidations) Details:4 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome:plaintiff won Date: 28/11/1640 - 12/12/1640 People & Places Participant: Richard Ledgerd [Ledgard] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk Employment:

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 February 1708, 4 February 1709

    Phyfic, and Rebecca his Wife, Daughter of referred to John Coldham Efquire, deceafed, and of Samuel Coxe, &cs' Richard Coxe, Sufanna, Anne, Mary, Elizabeth, Lydia and PrifcHla Coxe, and alfo Coldham Coxe and Nicholas Coxe, Infants, and of Daniel Coxe Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1708, 2 March 1709

    Elder, Doftor in Phyfic, and Rebecca his Wife, Daughter of John Coldham Efquire, deceafed, and of Samuel Coxe and others, the Eleven furvivin? Grandchildren of the faid John Coldham; prayino- Leave to bring in a Bill, fox the Purpofes therein Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1708, 5 March 1709

    efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft for " Sale of certain Lands and Annuities, late the Eftate " of John Coldham, of Tooting-Graveney, Efquire, de- " ceafed, for raifing of Portions for his Grandchildren, *' according to his Will." After Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1708, 7 March 1709

    efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft forColdham's 4« Sale of certain Lands and Annuities, late the Eftate ofBlU* " John Coldham, of Tooting-Graveney, Efquire, deceafed, " for railing of Portions for his Grandchildren, accor- " ding to his Will." ge Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1708, 22 March 1709

    Bill, intituled, " An Aft for Sale of cer-Billt " tain Lands and Annuities, late the Eftate of John " Coldham, of Tooting Graveney, Efquire, deceafed, for " railing of Portions for his Grandchildren, according to " his Will," as Subscribers-only content

 

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