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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nuthurst Local government

    of the parish lay within that of Shortsfield manor, the court of which in 1635 ordered the parishioners to repair Golding 's bridge north of Mannings Heath . 29 The parish clerk received wages in 1636 , 30 and in

    Gilbertine houses Priory of Ellerton on Spalding Moor

    whose number may have dwindled considerably. The house was surrendered on 11 December 1538 12 by John Golding , prior, and four canons. Golding had only become prior that year, 13 and there is some mystery as to the fate

    Easthorpe Manors and other estates

    sold their moiety to Henry Golding and in 1570 Joan and her hus- band Robert Spring sold the other moiety to John Bacon who sold it in 1576 to Henry Golding . 15 Henry Golding (d. 1576) was succeeded as

    Wicken Manors

    the estate was bought by Richard Chambers Golding , 24 who died in 1889 . His eccentric son, Chambers Waddelow Golding , initially resident at the Abbey , died soon after 1900. The Golding trustees sold their Wicken estate, altogether

    Birch Manors Little Birch Hall c . 1772

    of Great Birch descended with Easthorpe to the Gernon and Peyton families and their successors, certainly until 1576 when Arthur Golding succeeded his brother Henry, and possibly until 1586 or later. 20 Before 1276 one of the Gernons granted the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    notice of24 hours.- The prifoner hrving securitiesin readioessawhich were approved of, lie ivas forlthiriff discharged. MArRiBOROUR-fnlET. - Thkmrrs arid 8ar-oh Golding, of Mar--le-bonne, wvere clarread wrirl r ih leath of their son, five years old, by various acit of crniivy. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    titnelf at the prosecOtlor' warehotuse, anct ordered twel ve other lie es, without mentioning a syllable abort the 6(101. eAeek. Golding, accompanied by Dightot, a porter4 took- tue ether 12 pie"s to tlie prisoner's fio,1se; and hire he was at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Flook, Stapleton, Gloucester, miller.-Nov. 19. J. and W. Spraggon, Gravesend, slopsellers.-Aug. 26. G. Smith, Sheffield, groeer.-Aug. 26. B. Dent, Stake Golding, Leicester, grocer. - CERTIFI-AG 'ES-AVGuST 2M. P.. Gresswell, Stamford, inokeeper,-J.- P, Ha~lbert, Ne weastle-upoh-Tyne, rmerchant.-S, UnderhillSSheera aess, slapseller. * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XNI TED PA RLIAME N T. ROUSE OF LO-ADS.: -MBfnday., Jrvto 2.Si &atl Osmir.tr rntei t~ie roflowvri Pefitiinw frrhri Mr. Bait *_ rD :lrO At**dV#ArL9 "rE LOR03S 15PIMThDAL AITXMPMrL O*1I I N ?I. D A .JAMENT OF GRta? BrBITAIN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lingering illrers, slilia, tel wite of Mr. James Itorauer, in the 35th year of her age. On hl Ylst irst., aged ,s4 Widtiaws Golding, Esq surgeov, itadirg, Prinited and ptublished byJollN HUNT, at tire ExAsmNrresa.Otice, 19qcathtrite btreett Strandti-. 'ice I(d. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. S. Giles Criplesgate Church.

    Beech Lane, and reacheth to the Whitecross street . From that Cross North lyeth Golding Lane , which stretcheth up to a Cross in Ealdstreet. Which Golding Lane (on both sides) is replenished with many Tenements of poor People. All

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDING, Henry (by 1528-76), of Little Birch, Essex.

    Suff. 1564, piracy, Essex 1565. Biography Henry Golding came of an Essex family of some means. The fact that his father was an exchequer auditor makes it likely that he was the Henry Golding who in 1543 was servant to

    GOLDING, Edward (1746-1818), of Maiden Erlegh, Berks.

    GOLDING, Edward (1746-1818), of Maiden Erlegh, Berks. Constituency Dates Fowey 19 June 1799 71802 Plympton Erle 1802 71806 Downton 27 Apr. 1813 71818 Ofifces Held Writer, E.I. Co. (Bengal) 1763; asst. at Midnapur 1766; factor, Bihar 1770; supervisor, Bettiah

    GOLDING, Henry II (d.1593), of Gray's Inn, London.

    GOLDING, Henry II (d.1593), of Gray's Inn, London. Constituency Dates Callington 1589 Biography If the identification of this Member is correct, he was a younger relative of Henry Golding I, whose half-sister Margery married first the 16th Earl of Oxford,

    GOLDING, Henry I (d.1576), of Little Birch, Essex.

    GOLDING, Henry I (d.1576), of Little Birch, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1558 Maldon 1559 Colchester 1571 Colchester 1572 Ofifces Held Steward of household to 16th Earl of Oxford bef. 1553, surveyor bef. 1556; j.p. Essex 1560, commr. piracy 1565.

    BRENDE (BRANDE), John (by 1515-59), of London and Beccles, Suff.

    of De Bello Gallico had not progressed further than the fifth book, and Cecil gave it to Arthur Golding for completion. Golding finished the remaining books but the Eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar published in 1565 was entirely his

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Queene Mary. Diuers deliuered by Gods prouidence. Elizabeth Yong examined.

    Shrieffe.Syr Thomas Cornwalis high Shrieffe.Edward Goulding, which was then vnder sheriffe, Syr Thomas Cornewalis being then high sheriffe.So the sayd Golding and Blomfield sent for certaine men of the sayd Towne, and examined them for the Sermon. Wherunto they made

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    Goulding, which was then vnder sherife, Sir Thomas Cornwalis high Sherif.sir Thomas Cornewalis being then high shirife. So the saide Golding & Blomefield sent for certain men of the said towne, and examined them for the Sermon. Wherunto they made

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1713, 11 March 1714

    Majefty by the Lords with White Staves. Upon reading the Petition of George Golding Efquire Golding & al. and Annabella his Wife, Thomas Lane Gentleman, ancjPet-iefen£<ito Frances Golding Spinfter ,• praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for rendering valid Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1804, 22 February 1804

    for a Bill to take the Name of Golding. Haiifzen takes the Oaths in or¬ der to his Naturaliza¬ tion : Bill read. Upon reading the Petition of the Reverend George Golding Graves, Rector of Kelfale, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1804, 23 February 1804

    George Golding Graves, " Clerk, and his firfl and other Sons, and the Heirs " Male of their Bodies, to take, ufe, and bear the Name " and Arms of Golding, purfuant to the Will of George " Golding Efquire, Subscribers-only content

    29 February 1804, 29 February 1804

    George Golding Graves Clerk, and his ^^ " Firft and other Sons, and the Heirs Male of their " Bodies, to take, ufe, and bear the Name and Arms " of Golding, purfuant to the Will of George Golding " Subscribers-only content

    29 February 1804, 29 February 1804

    the Reverend George Golding Graves Clerk,- take the " and his firft and other Sons, and the Heirs Male of ^3™e °^ " their Bodies, to take, ufe, and bear the Name and " Arms of Golding, purfuant to the Subscribers-only content

 

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