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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Copford Nonconformity

    in Essex , 355-6. S. G. H. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 23; E.R.O., D/DU 161/159. Notes on Essex chapels in possession of Ms. R. Kaye ; Essex Map ( 1777 ); Fitch , Colch . Quakers, 104; E.R.O., D/DU

    Stapleford Abbots Parish government and poor relief

    Hall , 76 William Fitch and later George Fitch (from 1810), and those of Hammonds Farm, 77 Henry Shuttleworth and then John Fitch (from 1806-7 ). The Fitches rarely missed a vestry meeting. 78 John Fitch was overseer from 1808

    Essex VCH committee

    Society Woodford and District Historical Society Co-opted Members J. Bensusan -Butt Esq. Councillor J. L. M. Crofton, E.C.C . Marc Fitch Esq. S. M. Jarvis Esq. K. J. Lace Esq. W. H. Liddell Esq. K. C. Newton Esq. F. Sainsbury

    Protestant nonconformity

    . Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 114-15. Ibid. 115. E.R.O., T/A/424 7/1. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 116. E.R.O., T/A 424/3/8. Char. Com. file; Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 117-18. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 84. Char. Com. file. Fitch

    Great Horkesley Nonconformity

    lvii. 70; S. H. G. Fitch , Colch. Quakers , 20-1; E.R.O., T/A 424/3/1. E.R.O., D/DCm Z19, p. 236. Ibid. D/P 205/1/2; ibid. T/A 424/3/1; Lamb . Pal. Libr., Lowth Papers 5; Guildhall MS. 25750/1; Fitch , Colch. Quakers ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, Rhos, 2s. 6c.; Mrs. Thomas, grocer, Brookside, Gwrecsam, 2s. 6c.; Mr. William Jones, 38, High street, Gwrecsam,2s. 6c.; MrF Fitch,. Garddew Hall, 2s. 6n.; Mrs. J. Owens, White Horse, Rhos, 2s.; Mr, io oeHp street, Gwrecsam, 2s.;- Mrs. Benjamin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gweled yfiniagdau a lythyrau oaffesWr Ramsay o Glasgow, a Mr. Craik-yn rhoddi befyd farn acddysgiaethydd . mor enwog a Mar. Fitch, y ddau o Brifys~ol liundain, u -a gyhobddwyd yn fy llytbyr yn Y Liverpool Mer- k. cury am ddydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    liveries. Tlhe deptutation from St. Anne, Linwthouse, Was the third. It consisted of Messrs. Ross and Abbott, the Ctirelirhwardens, Messrs. Fitch and Ford, the mover and tseconder, and six other gentlemen, in two open landatis, each drawn by six hays, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and it was resolved,as the only chance of preserving life, to tap the liver. The operation was ably performed byMr. Fitch, seniorsurweoi of that Institution, in presence of other gentlemen of the facslty cotn sected with the establishment. Upon the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Art ril S6ieiee feilibatly explained, in Lectures adapted to juvenile capacities. *tThe Dnomestic Arrangemeents, under the care of Sirs Fitch, are of a superior desriptifo.-FOod of the best quality without limitation- -' flards at 4& Strand - 8 Little Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1692, 17 February 1693

    the faid Dame Anne Fitch was Plaintiff, againft John Fitch Efquire, Alice Fitch, John Sauiidcrs, Sir Comport Fitch Baronet, Thomas, Anne, Melior, and Chrifiian Fitch, were Defendants; and hi another Caufe, wherein the faid John Fitch was Plaintiff, and the Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1692, 21 February 1693

    Committee of the whole Houfe. Fitch vtrfiu The Houfe being moved, " That John Fitch and others x " may have longer Time allowed them for anfwering " to the Petition of Dame Anne Fitch Widow :" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1692, 27 February 1693

    adjourn as they pleafe. This Day being appointed for John Fitch and others to put in their Anfwer to the Petition of the Lady Fitch ; and the faid John Fitch, being not in Town, can¬ not fign it, though Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1692, 3 March 1693

    the faid Dame Anne Fitch was Plaintiff, againft John Fitch Efquire, Alice Fitch, John Saunders, Sir Comport Fitch Baronet, Thomas, .Anne, Melior, and Chrifiian Fitch, were De¬ fendants ; and another Caufe, wherein the faid John Fitch was Plaintiff, and Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1695, 18 April 1695

    a c< a a a a i: <t Jofe'h Whitehead faith, He Has known my Lord " Normanby talk with Fitch, Brann, and another Gentle- " man, about building an Houfe; and he has heard " my Lord hath had Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUMMER, Edmund (1651-1713), of London

    building of the Portsmouth dockyard, he had criticized the work of one of the contractors, John Fitch, and thus brought about Fitch’s dismissal. Fitch retorted by accusing Dummer of taking bribes. On 24 Dec. Dummer in turn was suspended from

    FYTCHE (FITCH), William (c.1671-1728), of Danbury Place, Essex

    FYTCHE (FITCH), William (c.1671-1728), of Danbury Place, Essex Constituency Dates Maldon Feb 1701 1708 Maldon 30 Apr. 1711 Jan. 1712 Ofifces Held Freeman, Colchester 1701. Ofifces Held Comptroller of lotteries 1712–15. Biography Fytche demolished Woodham Walter Hall, ‘the ancient seat

 

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