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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    Roding, or from a family of Cranbrook which was itself named from the stream. In 1284 Geoffrey, son of Simon of Cranbrook , conveyed land in Barking to John, son of Geoffrey of Cranbrook , and Agnes his wife. 167

    Bethnal Green Roman Catholicism

    chapel in Parliament St. used for pub. worship 1903, attendance 105 a.m., and 1934. 81 St. Patrick 's hall in Cranbrook St. reg. 1905-6 . 82 Missionaries of the Divine Love, from Polish mission in Mile End Rd., at no.

    Bethnal Green Education New Nichol Street Ragged School in 1858

    1956 by amalg. of Cranbrook sec. with Bow sch., Wright's Rd. ( Bow ) as G. sch. providing general and commercial subjects and dressmaking. Upper sch. in Cranbrook bldgs. and lower in Wright's Rd. 67 Cranbrook bldgs. remodelled as annexe

    Friaries The Trinitarian friars of Mottenden ( Headcorn )

    the church of Buckland , 100 acres of land, 250 acres of wood, and 11 d . of rent in Cranbrook and Benenden ; 16 John Parmenter , John Mascal , and William Waterman , I messuage, 104 acres of

    List of illustrations

    London Metropolitan Archives (Photograph Collection) 33. Boundary Street estate in 1903 . Photograph in London Metropolitan Archives (Photograph Collection) 34. Cranbrook estate from the south-west. Photograph, c . 1965, by Hunting Aerofilms Ltd. 35. Brady Street Dwellings. Photograph, 1978 ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    JORDEN, Edward

    to Bart's 1603. Natural philosopher) Period of medical practice 1591-1633 Place of birth England (High Halden, Kent (father was of Cranbrook, Kent, by 1580)) Date of birth c. 1565 Date of death 7 Jan 1633 Address St Helen's Bishopsgate 1596-1600.

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 89, September 1572, 01 September 1572-30 September 1572

    the County of Kent. Sept. 18. Certificate of Musters of able men, armour, and weapons in the seven Hundreds of Cranbrook, Barkley, Blackburn, Marden, Selbrickenden, Rolvenden, and Great Barnfield, co. Kent. Sept. 19. Certificate by the Justices of Peace of Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 09 March 1643, 09 March 1643-09 March 1643

    taken thereof, that the Contemners of this Order may be left inexcusable for their Offence. Cranbrook Vicarage. WHEREAS Robert Abbot Clerk, late Vicar of Cranbrook , in the County of Kent , hath, by taking another Benefice, with Cure, in

    Appendix, Corrections to volume 4

    22, 1796, the property of his second son Edward. Manor of Cranbrook . P. 84, 85. Lady Montagu, widow of Sir Charles, was in possession of the manor of Cranbrook in 1630 4 . Lady Boreman enjoyed this manor till

    Index of Subjects, H, I

    22, 23, 26, 30, 38, 209, 229, 260. Hundreds named: Barnfield. Berkley. Blackbourne. Blofield. Brixton. Brothercross. Broxton. Cefnllys. Clackclose. Coleshill. Cranbrook. Crickhowell. East Flegg. Forehoe. Freebridge. Gallow. Happing. Haytor. Holt. Humbleyard. Kiftgate. King's Lynn. North Erpingham. North Greenhoe. Penkelly. Prestatyn.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HENDLEY, Walter (by 1499-1550), of Cranbrook, Kent and Gray's Inn, London.

    (by 1499-1550), of Cranbrook, Kent and Gray's Inn, London. Constituency Dates Canterbury 1542 Ofifces Held Lent reader, G. Inn 1530, 1535. Ofifces Held J.p. Kent 1531-d., Suss. 1532-45; solicitor, ct. augmentations 1537-40, attorney 18 Mar. 1540-2 Jan. 1547; commr. for

    LINCH, Simon (by 1521-74), of Cranbrook, Sandwich and Staple, Kent.

    (by 1521-74), of Cranbrook, Sandwich and Staple, Kent. Constituency Dates Sandwich Oct. 1553 Sandwich Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Customer, Sandwich 6 Dec. 1547-16 Feb. 1554, jurat 5 Dec. 1549-54, 1557-65, auditor 1549, 1552, 1558-9, mayor 1560-1, keeper of the chest

    TOWN, Thomas, of Town Place in Throwley, Kent.

    principal manor, that of Town Place, remained in the possession for their lifetimes of his stepfather, Stephen Bettenham (d.1415) of Cranbrook, and his mother, Benedicta, who died at an unknown date after 1422. (At the time he entered the Commons

    MULCASTER, Richard (1532-1611), of London.

    1559 Ofifces Held Headmaster, Merchant Taylors’ 1561-86; vicar of Cranbrook, Kent 1590-1; prebendary of Yatesbury 1594; high master, St. Paul’s 1596-1608, rector of Stanford Rivers, Essex 1598-d. Biography Richard Mulcaster, ‘by ancient parentage and lineal descent an esquire born’, was

    ROBERTS, John (1531-73), of Cranbrook, Kent and Ticehurst, Suss.

    (1531-73), of Cranbrook, Kent and Ticehurst, Suss. Constituency Dates Steyning Nov. 1554 Biography The identity of the senior Member for Steyning in the third Marian Parliament has not been established beyond question. If his election conformed with the Queen’s request

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    beehodau yr Ameer, ae am y rbai hyn y mae yn awr Yu dechreu dioddef ei gosbedigaetb. Mae Ar. glwydd Cranbrook ac Arglwydd Lytton yn gwahaniaethu yn hollol oddiwrth eu eydd, a gwyddis fel y mae y ddau gn gwabaniaethu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gwbl ar ysgwyddau y Weinyddiaeth bresen- d( ol. Mewn ¢yfeiriad at y papyrau a gyhoedd- < wyd gaa Arglwydd Cranbrook, dywedai fod e' rr pethau oeddynt wir ynddynt en hunain yu a! c. cael ea dweyd ynddynt gyde'r amean Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedd, and yn dreiddgar ei drem, a thrws- iadus ei wisg fcl arfer, yn cael ei ddilyn gan yr Arglwydd Cranbrook. y Duc o Richmond, ac Ardal- ydd Salisbury. Yr ochr arall i'r Ty, gwelir Arglwydd Granville. Arglwydd Selbourne, IWrUl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oai elfen ydoedd pan yn y Weinyddiaeth. Ar y Hlaw arall, dyn poetblyd, parod i ffrwgwd pan y fyner, ydyw CRANBROOK, ac y mae yn edmygydd dall o'n Cyfansoddiad gogoneddus; ac felly hefyd SALISBURY, gyda'r ,.ychwanegiad fod ganddo lawn gormod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod yn llvwodraethwr Cyprus yn absenoldeb Syr Garnet Wolseley. Borcu Sul diweddaf. deffrowyd Thomas Smith, Cranbrook Cottage, ger Dunfermline, gan floeddiadau ei eneth naw oed oedd yn cysgu Mown ystafell gerllaw iddo. Pan gyrhacddodd Mr. Smith 'i ochr y gwely, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 May 1802, 12 May 1802

    the Town of Maidfione, in the County of Kent, to a certain Place called Tubb&apos;s Lake, in the Parifh of Cranbrook, in the faid County.&quot; Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords following: L. Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1802, 18 May 1802

    the Town of Maidflone, in the County of Kent, to a certain Place called Tubb&apos;s Lake, in the Parifh of Cranbrook, in the faid County,&quot; was com¬ mitted ; &quot; That they had confidered the laid Bill, and *&apos; examined Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1802, 19 May 1802

    of Maidfione, in the County of ** Kent, to a certain Place called Tubbs Lake, in the * Parilh of Cranbrook, in the faid County.&quot; The Oueftion was put, « Whether this Bill fhall &quot; pafs?&quot; It was refolved in Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1802, 24 May 1802

    of Maidflone, in the &quot; County of Kent, to a certain Place called Tubb&apos;s 11 Lake, in the Parifli of Cranbrook, in the faid County.&quot; 18. *&apos; An Act for continuing the Term, and altering tc and enlarging the Powers Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1813, 28 March 1813

    for &quot; amending the Road from Maidflone, in the County &quot; of Kent, to Tubb&apos;s Lake, in the Parifh of Cranbrook, &quot; in the faid County;&quot; to which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. Warrington A Meflage was Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Crane Lodge

    Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Cranbrook, Kent, England 1973 Bull Room, Cranbrook, Kent, England 1959 George Hotel, Cranbrook, Kent, England 1897 Ye Olde Willesley Hotel, Cranbrook, Kent, England 1951

    Tenwarden Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Cranbrook, Kent , England 1978

    Staplehurst Lodge

    Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Paddock Wood , Kent , England 1966 Masonic Hall , Cranbrook, Kent , England 1976

    Old Cranbrookian Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Charing Cross Hotel, Strand, London, England 1949 Kingsley Hotel, Bloomsbury Way, London, England 1952 Wingfield House, 261 South Lambeth Road, London, England 1958 Masonic Hall, Cranbrook, Kent, England 1980

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Horsley's Cottages, 1865

    Horsley's Cottages In a field; cottages and trees seen from distance; a cow in the foreground, to the left. 1865Etching with drypoint

    Horsley's Cottages, 1865

    Horsley's Cottages In a field; cottages and trees seen from distance; half-length figure of a man holding a shotgun in lower right corner; cows in the middle-ground to left. 1865Etching with drypoint

    Horsley's Cottages, 1865

    Horsley's Cottages In a field; cottages and trees seen from distance; a bull in the foreground to the left; touched proof. 1865Etching with drypoint, touched with graphite

    Horsley's House at Willesley, 1865

    Horsley's House at Willesley In the background, a country home, seen through trees, with smoking chimneys; in the foreground, to right, a high bank and a man with a hat, chopping wood. 1865Etching with drypoint

    Horsley's Roof, 1865

    Horsley's Roof A rooftop of a house with a chimney and windows; a blossoming branch of an apple tree in the foreground. 1865Etching

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Domestic darling

    [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Tobacco package labels, Tobacco industry, tobacconist] DOMESTIC DARLING. FiBST Sertakt. — " I say, J'mima, Master's at home, very illi Sbcond Ditto.—" Sarve 'im right I " First Servant. — " Why ? He ain't a Subscribers-only content

    A shock

    (Scientific party (with whom our friend Jones has been having an in-) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Tobacco package labels, Tobacco industry, tobacconist] A SHOCK SciBWTiEic Party (with u-hom our friend Jones hat been hatnna am k^? teresting eonv«rs(jtion). — "And Subscribers-only content

    Something like it

    ("Followed a gentleman, on Tuesday last, from St. James's Park to Curtain) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Tobacco package labels, Tobacco industry, tobacconist] SOMETHING LIKE IT. •• Followed a Gentleman, on Tuesday last, from St. JanM't Park to Cvtaia? Read, ^ast, Subscribers-only content

    Highly flattering

    (Irritated gent.- "Now then, young 'un, what are you a-starin at?") [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Tobacco package labels, Tobacco industry, tobacconist] HIGHLY FLATTERING. Ibbitated Gejtt.— " Now, then, young 'an, what are you a-starm at P " ? IwTBLLiQBNT Nbwsvendok Subscribers-only content

    Love's young dream.- A fact

    (Young charmer (avec empressement).- "But don't you go an' fancy a) [Printed ephemera, Advertising, Tobacco package labels, Tobacco industry, tobacconist] LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM.-A FACT. Y^JTKQ Cwk'a.m'BL {aver empref>»emcnt). — "Put don't you ffo an' fancT • ? Tm Is Subscribers-only content

 

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