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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Knapwell Charities for the poor

    The land, whose rent rose to £24 by 1975 , was sold in 1977 to the occupier of the surrounding Coldharbour farm. William Squire by will prove d 1826 left for the poor of Knapwell £200 (£180 net), invested to

    Parishes Capel

    1755 , and the northern part by the old road from London to Arundel through Coldharbour , diverted since 1896 in its course from Coldharbour Common towards Ockley as a part of the transactions for opening Cockshott's Road. The London

    Parishes Ilmer

    A. Goodchild , the present owner. The greater part of Ilmer , however, consisting of the Manor , Lower and Coldharbour Farms, belonged to Mrs. Moreton Craigie , after whose death a life interest was enjoyed by Miss Moreton .

    Parishes Steeple Gidding Cotton. Azure an eagle argent with beak and claws or . Heathcote . Ermine three roundels vert each charged with a cross or .

    defined by field boundaries as far as the Bullock Road, where it reaches the northernmost point of the parish, near Coldharbour Farm. It then turns south-eastwards along the Bullock Road to Aversley Wood , from the southern end of which

    List of maps

    six council houses. After inclosure in 1776 three substantial houses were built in the fields south of the village, including Coldharbour and Knapwell Wood Farms . 13 The third, New Inn Farm, a substantial red-brick house with wings behind, having

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Saints the Less

    19/10 Mr. Dorset 18/05 Mr. Goldsmith 20 Mr. Grane 23 Mr. Harvy 16/04 Sum total £1,429 0 0 The present Possessor of Coldharbour do pay tythes unto Sir Francis Clarke but because the rent and tithes are not distinguished in their leases

    Offences and offenders

    his Deere in the fforest of Waltham that ever lyved," who had been found in a house in or near Coldharbour; and requesting him to give order for his apprehension. From the Rolls, 22nd March, 1614. IV. 4. Letter from

    Introduction, Notes on the Stow family

    de Stowe in 1283 (Sharpe, Cal. Wills Husling , i. 65). Henry de Stowe, draper, had a lease of the Coldharbour in 1319 (see i. 236 below). Another John Stowe occurs in 1351 ( Cal. Wills , i. 641), and

    Cecil Papers, October 1605, 1-15, 01 October 1605-15 October 1605

    such numbers, and with that demonstration of affection to him, that I have removed him to a prison in Coldherbert [Coldharbour ] , where he can neither be seen nor see any of them, which he exceedingly stomachs. The offence

    Addenda, Mary - Volume 8, December 1557, 01 December 1557-31 December 1557

    ] Dec. 13. 50. Proceedings at a Court leet held at Scrotby. [3 pages, imperfect, Latin . ] Dec. 18. Coldharbour. 51. Earl of Shrewsbury to Sir Thomas Gargrave. I am sorry to perceive, by yours of the 10th, the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    council whilst Henry was their pre- sident), might seem to call for a few words as to the locality of Coldharbour and its circnmstances. The rant by his father of this mansion, dated Westminster, March 18th, 1410, is couched in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fiance and L. Crowther, H addertfield, mnoau- factorers of fancy cloths-Prescott and Middlebrook, Runcorn, Cteshire, maltsters-J. Osborn and G. Barker, Coldharbour late, Caomberwsll, cern merchants-Pucker and Cowper, Ee- ter, surgeons-T. Rotton and G. Austin, Coldbathfields, japan- ners-li. Cramup and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3. F. Arnold, Cardiff, printer. H. Penmberthy, H elaten, Cornwall, builder. R. Price, Blackfriars road, out of business. J. Gearing, Coldharbour lane, carpenter. D. Methven, Enfield, fibsmoeger. S. Franklyn, Bermeondey New road, out of business. I. Champion, Bo-ton, Yorkshire, general Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by the Court of Review, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before Starch i2. T. G. Martins, Coldharbour lane, Camberwell, wine merchant- W. Oliver, Darlington, Durham, printer-H. D. Watkins and J. lines, Manclsester, lead unerchants-T. Hodgson, Manchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on this information Inspectors Meloy and Smith went, on Monday night, to the house indicated by Prescott, in Wellington road, Coldharbour lane, Camberwell. They knocked at the door. All was quiet, and no light was to be seen in the Subscribers-only content

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