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  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1445, 01 January 1445-31 December 1445

    use the native tongue, an ambling hobby ( videlicet nauit ut patrio more loquar deambulantem ). From our royal manor of Eltham (Etrum), 27th November [1445 ? ] (Signed) Marguerite. [ Latin, on paper; partly illegible from mildew . ]


    a farm. The manor-lodge in the great park, is now the manerial residence. Hall of Eltham Palace Remains of Eltham Palace Present state of Eltham palace . The principal buildin gs now remaining on the site of the palace are,

    Volume A 82, May 1645, 01 May 1645-31 May 1645

    p . 145. ] May 9. The assessment of Capt. Berkin, of Canning Street, who has been a captain about Eltham belonging to Mr. Roper and his wife, recusants, who are at of dragoons under the Earl of Manchester, and Subscribers-only content


    ] , 44, 195. p. 674, col. a. Delete Elnetham. See Eltham. " " s.v . Eltham: delete Elnetham and letter dated at, 5. " " After entry Eltham insert Elvetham [Hants ] , letter dated at, 5. Part XVIII.

    Errata, 01 January 1728-31 December 1730

    Alan Lord Cathcart. Page 559, line 14, for Wm. Holles read Thos. Holles. Page 567, last line but one, for Eltham Forest read Waltham Forest. Page 586, line 34, for Dr. James Woodford read Dr. Wm. Woodford. Page 607, line

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 8 [Liveries.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    the Black Heath , coming from Eltham with his Prisoners out of France . Anno 1432 , 10 Henry VI . He being Crowned in France , returning into England , came to Eltham towards London . And the Maior

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Wales , her first begotten Son. On the left Side of the Tomb, Ione, Queen of Scotland , John of Eltham , Earl of Cornwall ; Ione, Princess of Wales ; Lionel, Duke of Clarence ; Isabel, Countess of Bedford

    Book 1, Chapter 15 Tower of LONDON. The Constable.

    & habere, ac Consuetudinibus prædictis uti a gaudere a tempore prædicto rationabiliter consueverunt. Et hoc nullatenus omittatis. Teste meipso, apud Eltham XVI . die Novembris, Anno Regni nostri Sexto. Per ipsum Regem. Convenit cum Recordo. That His Privileges. Ex Rotul.

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    in the Tower of London her Mother was delivered of her, lye both together under a Marble Tomb. John of Eltham , Earl of Cornwall , second Son to King Edward the Second , by Isabel, Daughter to Philip le

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Edward the First ; William of Windsor , and Blaunch his Sister, Children to Edward the Third . John of Eltham , Earl of Cornwall , Son to Edward the Second . Eleanor, Wife of Thomas of Woodstock , Duke

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John Evangelist , Berkhamstead

    in 1227 , to have been held by the Earls of Cornwall . It was thus held by John de Eltham , who was created Earl of Cornwall in 1328 by his brother Edward III ; and it was in

    Parishes Byfleet

    . 16 She surrendered it shortly afterwards, 17 and in 1330 the king granted it to his brother John of Eltham , Earl of Cornwall , to be held by knight's service; at his death it reverted to the Crown.

    Townships Little Hoole

    of F. bdle. 146, m. 164. Thomas Edge was a London merchant and his son Richard is described as 'of Eltham , Kent '; Fishwick , Goosnargh , 152. Walter and Augustine de Hoole attested charters granted between 1232 and

    Friaries The minoresses without Aldgate

    alms to the nuns twice, the second donation being for pittances on the anniversaries of Edw. II and John of Eltham . Bond, 'Notice of the Last Days of Isabella, Queen of Edward II ,' Arch . xxxv, 456, 464.

    Friaries The Austin friars of Canterbury

    s . 4 d . a year for ten years to celebrate her obit, 1506 30 ; John Roper of Eltham , esq., 1524; 31 and Richard Sandisbury of Sittingbourne , 1521, Margerie, widow of John Baylie of St. George's

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Richard of Bordeaux Lodge

    (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Welcome Inn , Well Hall Road , Eltham, Kent , England 1970 Masonic Hall , Wilmington, Kent, England 1975

    Crofton Oak with Shooter's Hill Lodge

    6097, retaining its name and number Meeting Places Shakespeare Hotel, Powis Street, Woolwich, Kent, England 1921 Bull's Head Hotel, Chislehurst, Kent, England 1969 Welcome Inn, Well Hall Road, Eltham, Kent, England 1971 Masonic Hall, Church Road, Sidcup, Kent, England 1979

    Deptford Lodge

    Adelaide Gallery Restaurant, King William Street, Strand, London, England 1926 Horse Shoe Hotel, Tottenham Court Road, London, England 1938 Welcome Inn, Well Hall Road, Eltham, Kent, England 1977 South East London Masonic Hall, 3 Avenue Road, Penge, London, England 1979

    Sidcup Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Black Horse Hotel, High Street, Sidcup, Kent, England 1947 Welcome Inn, Well Hall Road, Eltham, Kent, England 1971 Masonic Hall, West Hill, Dartford, Kent, England 1978 Masonic Hall, Church Road, Dartford, Kent, England 2003

    Desaguliers Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Welcome Inn , Well Hall Road , Eltham, London , England 1970 Tower Room , 23 Tower Place , London, England 1975 Corvino Restaurant , Beaufort House

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyhuddid dyn ienane o'r enw EDMUND W.e Poo .a o lafruddia dynes ieuane o'r enw JAN MAIA yr: CLOUSENS, y Eltham yn, agos i Grenwich. LT ol. holi a cbroeshpli y tystion a ddygwyd bl ymaen gyda phob gofal a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    King ei hun i fyny yr Newcastle yr wythnos ddiweddaf, ar yr addefiad mai efe oedd awdwr y llofruddiaeth yr Eltham.; cad- wyd ef yn ngharchar nes gwneid ymchwiliad pellach, ond dywedir fod ei dystiolaeth yr anghyson a'r ffe ith- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    <,.jT~i, :rr -r Annis, South End, Kent, miller.-J. ie!rhig. S:ellired, saw-manufacturer.-R. Lewis, Banbury, er~Cr (;ilS.I:I tiverpool, pipe-ntaker.-J. Maiisall, sfti~ield, Wabv-n:fti1Wurer.-J. Reeve, rl olhorn, umbrella- n,:iI;ec--J. R~itciifie, Manchester, baker.-It. Riddiough, ijverpnol, inmkeeper.-R. Banks, Eltham, Kent, victual- ler.-J. Spencer, Sherrard-street, Gulden-square, jeweller. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Piedmaoqtese, I French, 2 Spanish, and Vpoartugsre. On Monday, Mrs. Welch, aged T4, only sister of the lat'. Su of Eltham, Kent. Sir R. Welch, On Tuesday, at Queena s buildings, Brompto s, IS hlis 8 llh year, Mr. FrancisoBarron, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ancient paiace ofL1tbllw. Do these worthies 'mean to ridicule the Royal taste for bNJi'- ing? 'Of 'the a'tcierst palace-of Eltham, all that renia5l3]i one room; which has lon- been converted into a barn. iHlis Majesty has no intention of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1728, 21 January 1729

    &quot; neburgi, Principi Walliä, Duci Cornubine 8c Rothfaya, u Duci dcEdcnburgo, Marchioni de InfulaNoftra Elienf. &quot; Comiti Ceßria &amp; de Eltham, Vicecbmiti de Lanceßon, u Baroni de Snandon de Renfrew, Domino Infulariim &amp; «c Senefcallo Scotia, ac Nobiliffimi Ordinis Perifcelidis Subscribers-only content

    14 January 1741, 14 January 1742

    from Lord Auguflus Fitzroy, to &quot; Copy of a Letter from the Duke of Ncwca&apos;flle, to &quot; Rear Admiral Haddock) Eltham, Otlober 25th, &quot; Rear Admiral Haddock, fo far as it concerns the com- *&apos; 17 20.&quot; &quot; m&apos;tt&apos;ng any Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1757, 2 March 1757

    Houfe be put into a Committee upon the faid Bill, on Monday next. A Petition of Sir John Shaw of Eltham in the County of Kent Baronet, in Behalf of himfelf and John Shaw his only Child, an Infant, by Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1788, 17 December 1788

    et Tranquilitati Populi Regni Noftri, maxime dum fie abfentes fuerimus providere ut tenemur, &quot; Dileftum et Fidelem Noftrum Johannem de Eltham, Coinitem Cornubias, Fratrem Noftrum cariffimum, Cuftodem Noftrum difti Regni ac Locum Noftrum in eodem Regno Tenentem, pro Tranquilitate et Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1788, 17 December 1788

    (f « CC i: c&lt; s&lt; 4. Xa Venue des Prelatz S&apos;rs et Communes a noftre S&apos;r ie Roy a Eltham. Rcmuement des Officers. (m. 10) RelponEo. AD. 1376-7. 51 Ed. 5. Aler a Sheas. nombre de dys ou xii Subscribers-only content

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Mary Roper

    Details Mary Roper in religion Mary Peter Born 1634 in Eltham Died 1688 18 Apr in Bruges mother Mary Gerard father Anthony Roper


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