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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Epping Economic history and local government

    govern Epping until 1896, when Epping Urban District was formed from parts of the civil parishes of Epping , Theydon Garnon , and Theydon Bois , following the lines of the special drainage district of 1868. The residue of Epping

    Theydon Bois Roman catholicism

    Theydon Bois Roman catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM Roman Catholic services have been held at Theydon Bois since 1927. They are at present conducted in the village hall by the priest from Epping . 90 Brentwood (R.C.) Dioc. Year Bk . 1953.

    Theydon Bois Poor relief

    it was £360. A parish poor house existed in about 1800. 2 In 1836 Theydon Bois became part of the Epping Poor Law Union. Vestry Min. Bks. survive for 1832- 99 : inf. from Mr. A. E. B. Williams ,

    Epping Churches, schools and charities

    the Epping moiety £40 was given to the poor of Epping town in money and clothing, £10 to the poor of Epping Upland , and the remainder was re-invested. 180 By the scheme of 1863 part of the Epping share

    North Weald Bassett Parish government and poor relief

    to the Society for the Promotion of Industry founded in 1794 by John Conyers of Epping . In 1836 the parish became part of the Epping Poor Law Union. E.R.O., D/DB M68-76; D/DTc M4. E.R.O., D/DBm M 197-203. E.R.O., D/P

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'sicrian y gwneir perflaith gyfiawnder trwy yr anghyfiawnder per- ffeithiat" Yr un iath a phe bnasai Dic Turpin yn ngboedwig Epping yn rhoi papyr ar y coed yno yn hysbysu 'v gwneir perffaith gyfiawnder a phob n a yspeiliai efe." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3972 .. .. . HMPsNIPR, Bhanbarth Farehame, Fitzwygram 6177 ... ... - 1 Wilber~floq-518 .. . - - ,, ESSEX, Epping. Ibbetson 4659 .. -'! - 1 Barnard 2915 DEvoNsHIRE, Ashburton. Hlayne 4483 ., .. 1 - - H~rris 8128 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 IF ; ? to1o M.d . - 0 IGZ;-BEICXH ;*# . ~ < s - ? THE iXG.V. TSkilk\ -T, S iiRRttWS 6.Te defendalint was brought tap ,tar iudganiat Iab ving been, fourse guilty offe'brging the C;eraiflcate- of-apt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at LEpping. They lef the hense to-ether, whlich was about tliee a hs ago, but instead of is bar to Epping, hle merely walidered ab-1t Epine teor four dys, sleeping in a ma'll pntblic-'oise on the haicti. They retulrned to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At- tornies, Mcssrs Vizard and B'owe Loicohi's lon-finid'. G. Trissler, Fasleipn-sirnet,- Brick-iane, silk-printer. Attorney, JMr. Eyies, Castle-street, floinndsditwla. J 'Stokes, Epping, v isex aictualler. 'ttorney, Mr. Jones, Sizeplane, Bocklerhbatv. C. MNlartin, A-berikunvey-, Brecoe, innkeeper. Attorney, Mr. Watson Clfford nn I Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COXHEAD, Thomas (c.1734-1811), of Hemnalls, Epping, Essex.

    (c.1734-1811), of Hemnalls, Epping, Essex. Constituency Dates Bramber 1790 11796 Biography Coxhead appeared as a cooper (1770) and timber merchant (1774) at Great Hermitage Street, Wapping, in the London trade directories. At the time he entered Parliament he was a

    PEPPER, John (d.1725), of Enfield Chase, Mdx.

    1695; adjt.-gen. in Ireland 1706, lt.-col. bef. 1707; col. 8 Drags. 1707-19; brig.-gen. 1707; maj.-gen. 1710; res. 1719; ranger of Epping forest and Enfield Chase 1714-25. Biography After serving in Spain and Portugal during the war of the Spanish succession,

    PATERSON, John (?1705-89), of Epping, Essex

    (?1705-89), of Epping, Essex Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1761 1768 Ofifces Held Page to Earl of Stair as ambassador to France 1715; settled in London; clerk to Barber Surgeons Co. 1745-65, warden 1775, master 1776; city solicitor, res. bef. 1750; common

    GREY, Hon. Thomas (c.1625-72), of Gosfield Hall, Essex and Whitehall.

    of his life he ever shows abilities, I am much deceived.Nevertheless his father made over to him the manor of Epping, worth £1,200 p.a., and enabled him to recover Gosfield, which had been alienated by his maternal grandfather. After the

    BASSETT, William (by 1531-52 or later).

    seat was apparently the manor of Cardens or Bassett’s Hall, Great Chishall, but the name of North Weald Bassett, near Epping, points to land holdings in Essex of an earlier date, if not at this period. A William Bassett was,

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 27th June 1844

    rained, neither I, or the Children went out. - After luncheon, Albert went off to Epping Forest, to the Infant Orphan Asylum, which, owing to Influenza, he had been unable to open last year. - I remained in, & had

    Saturday 24th July 1841

    Read, & signed. - Albert went off at 12 to lay the 1rst stone of the Infant Orphan Asylum, near Epping Forest. - Victoria came down to our luncheon, & remained in my room a little afterwards; she was so

    Friday 25th September 1835

    the race-course. We changed horses next at Chesterford , in Essex . Then at Hockerrill in Hertfordshire , then at Epping in Esssex. The heat in the early part of the day was very great. We came very fast. We

    Friday 25th September 1835

    the race-course. We changed horses next at Chesterford , in Essex . Then at Hockerrill in Hertfordshire , then at Epping in Essex . The heat in the early part of the day was very great. We came very fast.

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Boadicea Lodge

    onwards: 3147 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, High Beech Road, Loughton, Essex, England 1926 Victoria Buildings, Epping, Essex, England 1909 Women’s Institute and Ex-Service Men’s Club, Epping, Essex, England 1923 Ye Olde Thatched House Hotel, High Street, Epping, Essex, England 1906

    Epping Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2077 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cock Hotel, High Street, Epping, Essex 1885 Royal Forest Hotel, Epping Forest, Chingford, Essex 1892

 

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