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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northaw

    to the north, and about 100 ft. to the south and east. Several small streams rise on the hills, and Cuffley Brook forms part of the eastern boundary. The parish is well wooded, especially in the north, where is Great

    Enfield Introduction

    of the Lea . Maiden's brook, called the Wash brook in 1826 , 14 rises at Potters Bar , meets Cuffley brook from Hertfordshire near Clay Hill , and joins the Lea about a mile south of the northern parish

    Enfield Communications ENFIELD c. 1750

    to extend the railway to Hertford was revived in 1897 and the line was opened in 1910 as far as Cuffley ( Herts .), with new stations at Grange Park , Gordon Hill , and Crews Hill ; the old

    Index A-J

    Crowley : Hen., Wm., Croxton Kerrial (Leics.), abb ey of, Cruden , Alex., Crusha , Geo., cucking-stool , Cuffley ( Herts .), Cuffley brook , Cullands ( Cannons ) Grove , see Southgate , mans. and other estates Cumberland Market

    Index A-J

    (formerly Surr.) , perculiar deanery of, man. of abps. of Canterbury in, Cruce , Ric. de, Rog. de, n , Cuffley , John Rob ., Culley (Cullee) , Wm., Cunningham , John Wm ., Vicar of Harrow , Curzon ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, C, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    Crusoe , Jno., letters of Major Tim. Cruyck , Capt. Cornelius Arentse, pass for Cubitt , Capt. Joseph letters of Cuffley , Fras. certificate by letter of Cullen , Rich. Thomas, commission to Wm., mayor of Dover certificate of commission Subscribers-only content

    Volume 66, February 1654, 01 February 1654-28 February 1654

    Thos. Stafford, Ant. Perrot, Fras. Cuffley, Rob. Child, Hen. Jordan, and John Owen to the orthodoxy and good conversation of Neh. Beaton . 10 Nov . 1653. [1 page . ] 60. iii. Fras. Cuffley to Col. Sydenham. As you Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 29 May 1660-31 May 1661

    , Dr. John, petitions of Crutched Friars (London) Cryer , Sam., petition of Cudworth , John Dr. Ralph certificate by Cuffley , Rich. Cullen , Lord, see Cockain. Abraham Cullesdon Manor Cullum , John, letter of Thos. Culpeper , Col. Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 6, June 1660, 01 June 1660-30 June 1660

    of Ralph Shirte, late Postmaster of Caxton, in Cambridgeshire, to the Same. For the aforesaid office for her son, Rich. Cuffley, it being now held by John Martin, one of Cromwell's sequestrators, and an Anabaptist. Her husband received nothing for Subscribers-only content

    British History Online

    Esquires James Taverner Joseph Man Thomas Stace Roger Forrest Stephen Custis Thomas Crush Gentlemen For the Towne of Colchester Nathaniel Cuffley Clerke For the rest of the County of Essex Sir William Coryton Baronet Edward Salwey Merchant Richard Stane William

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    immediately with wterworks of their owls. Land for the purpose of sinkinga well has been parchased from Lord Salisbury, at Cuffley, and, as the result of tral. boring, it is anticipated an abundant supply will be had. Mr. T. Bennett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dawson. Faq. James Webber, isq. John Evans, Esq. IRobert Wilcoxon, Esq. AUDITORS. Mr. John Crowden. Mr. J. Stokes. Mr.John Itobt Cuffley, Mr. Wm. Tilt, Mr Geo. Fred. Finden, Mr. W. Williams. Mr. John Mannett, BANKER tS. Measrs. Prescott, Grote, Ames, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    isps * Chock: Colbach Z Coulson CrundAll id Carberry Chumley Cola - Coulter; . Cuff 3ah Carsd Chin-ch Coleman Coward Cuffley Clandu (hnol as . Cowell Candv arCarbo Chutideld Collard Cowley Vtt COnliffo, Id Carno11y Clerk Colby C I Cox Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. lisstersn, Ill.?, in tbb chair. Mr. Geor ge Moore, Mr. ]inaakth Teape, Mr. J. L. Beothby, Mr. J. IR. Cuffley, Mr. Blake, Str. MCullock, Mr. Gunton, and other friends of the charity were preseot. The following report was read Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Witness remembered Bliza tl Cuffley leaving and then coming back to the defendant's cc wsrehouse. Witness remembered Eliza Cuffley being absent h from her work one afterternoon. Mr. Ponder, the de- v fendant's foreman, a9ked Eliza Cuffley why she was Subscribers-only content

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