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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kingsbury Other estates

    but it included land adjoining Edgware Road at Bakers Tunworth and Colmans Dean. Peter Seakin acquired 12 a. at Redhill from Thomas Molesley in 1465 and 16 a. in Colmans Dean from William and Cecily Edmond in 1466 . 20

    Kingsbury Economic history

    had become separated from the main tenement. Since the total amount also expanded, however, there must have been continuous assarting. Colmans Dean, the valley of the charcoal man, 62 was presumably once densely wooded, but by 1276 -7 it was

    Little Stanmore Manors

    in 1260 -1. The property comprised a house and one carucate in the south-east of Little Stanmore and lands in Colmans Dean, which lay in Kingsbury . 51 In 1272-3 Geoffrey and his wife gave a messuage, land, and rents

    Kingsbury Manors

    held by charter from the earl of Lincoln . 5 The portion in Kingsbury consisted of strips in Tunworth and Colmans Dean and Mays Field, an 11-acre field to the west of Bacon Lane . 6 Faytisland was acquired in

    Kingsbury Introduction KINGSBURY IN 1597

    . The northern boundary, with Little Stanmore , does not seem to have been fixed until after 1276-7 , when Colmans Dean was regarded as part of Stanmore Chenduit manor. 3 In 1536 the inhabitants of Kingsbury were presented at

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1505-1506, 01 January 1505-31 December 1506

    of the reversion after the elder John's death of an arable croft of 7 a . called 'Barnefeld' lying in 'Colmans' in Lyngfeld and a grove of 3 a . called 'Clowse Grove' adjoining; estate to be made within one Subscribers-only content

    Register Palmer, Nos. 1-40

    Mawde Newton, my sister, 20 s ., to Margaret Lawe, my sister, 6 s . 8 d ., to John Colmans wiff 20 s ., to William Chaplayn 20 s ., to William Clerke, my cosyn, 20 s ., to

    Separate wills, 1542-43 (nos. 149-99)

    next'. ] Thys be the parselles of the movable goodes of Cescle Whaplyt, late of the paryshe of Saynt Katrynes Colmans in London. 2 olde fetherbedes and 2 bolstres 20 s . 3 olde pellows 3 s . 2 olde

    Letters and Papers, July 1539, 26-31, 01 July 1539-31 July 1539

    4 l . 13 s . 4 d . a year. Also, a tenement and all lands, & c., called Colmans, now in the tenure of Wm. Berd, in Goldyngton, Beds.; and a messuage in the tenure of the said

    Index, L, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    724. St. Katharine's hospital, near the Tower, g. 144 (2 p. 52). St. Katharine Christchurch, g. 942 (118). St. Katharine Colmans, g. 282 (126). St. Magnus, 10 (p. 3): g. 611 (25). St. Margaret Moyses, g. 613 (3). St. Martin's,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ddychwelyd. Er ei ymadawiad fi'r Brifddinas, yr oedd wedi bed yn camu yn Venice. Ymhlith gohebiaethan personau o'r eaw Colmans. y mae dau lythyr wedi eu hysgrifenu gan Handel i'w cael, Y maent wedi en bysgrifenn yn y Ffrancaeg. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years produced compositions of the roadest and utost genuine humour of any theatre in Lotndon. From tile days of the Colmans to the present hour, it has been the very emrporiumn of laughter ; and the very first night of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the strong marking and genuine wit of Jerrold. and. he has not the delicate old-China pattern of the Cumberlands and Colmans; yet there is a more equable construction and handiwork than in the- one case, and perhaps move substance than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    their discharge. On the communication of these notices to Mr Redington on Saturday evening last, by MIr Butt and Sir Colmans O'Loghlin, all the preparations for the removal of the prisoners that nigrht to Spike Island were suspended, and a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y1 square Collett, Heury Parker, 37 Gloucester place, Portman square Collins, James, Esq. Bull's cross, Enfeld Collins, William Anthony, Iiuacolri'sirn Colmans, Edward, D College hill Colman, Jereraith, g College hill Coltmoajl, F. J. 8 Hydc-pai& gardens Coltman, W. B. 8 Subscribers-only content

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