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    Parishes Aldworth

    Nicholas de la Beche temp. Edw. III ; (2) checky and a chief with three leaves therein for Elmridge ; Isabella de Elmridge married John son of Philip de la Beche and (Joan) de la Zouch his wife; (3) six Victoria County History

    Townships Chipping

    bounds the township on the west (for part of the way) and south, curling round a hill 500 ft. high, Elmridge . Core is in the north-west corner, and Wolfhall , formerly Wolfhouse, in the north. The area of the Victoria County History

    The parish of Chipping

    there are practically no poor in the township.' The estate was the messuage and land he had on Helmeridge ( Elmridge ), now known as Richmond 's Farm. Edward Harrison in 1671 left £30, the interest to be distributed to Victoria County History

    Cases before the Committee, October 1649, 01 October 1649-31 October 1649

    of Stafford and Lancaster to certify their yearly value. 236 129 130 Thos. Tomkins, late king's Chaplain, and Nath Tomkins, Elmridge, Co. Worcester, his Son. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 218 343 P.R. 6 229 R. 218 339 30 Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. J. M. Whalley, M.A., Mr. Richard Illingworth, of Lees*, within the chapelry of WhiteweH, to Miss Ellen Seed, of Elmridge, withia th* par-h of Chipping. _ Since our last:- John Winckley, to Betty Donnelly. John Ha- worth, to Mar- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was married to Sir Theo- dore Fry, then Mr Theodore. She was a si_tt_r to Mrs J. B. Hodgkin, of Elmridge, Darlington, and was cousin to Mr A. Pease, present member for tlie horough of Darlington. She wa. connected with Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the burial plaoe of her father and mother, the late John and Sophia Pease, who died at Ayton and Elmridge respectively in the years 1868 and 1870, and on the east of Gurney Pease, who was in- terred in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Walker was adopted. -Mr Sadler called attention to tho nuisance in a ditch conveying the sewage from Woodbnrn and Elmridge, and asked if such had been abated. - The Surveyor (Mr ('roan, bore out the statements as to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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