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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Widford

    Lily Wood (information from Rev. G. Traviss Lockwood ). In the Blakesware title deeds the wood is called Goodwin or Goldings Wood, and there was a neighbouring field called Goddens Field in Ware parish. The deeds also mention a house

    Parishes Cranham

    next 40 years the estate was reconstituted as part of the larger Goldings estate in Great Warley . 90 It was again dispersed, in eight lots, at the Goldings sale of 1971 . 91 In 1886 Beredens was described as

    Parishes Woking

    the railway; Goldsworth or Goldings , to the west of Woking Junction ; Kingfield , north-west of Woking ; Sackleford, at the west end of Woking Street ; Mayfield , south-west; Hale End , near Goldings ; Crastock, in the

    Parishes Netteswell NETTESWELL c. 1875

    a.). The only copyhold farm of more than 50 a. was Goldsmiths, formerly Yorks or Scotts, and later Goldings . By 1916 Goldings had been enlarged to 155 a., but Netteswellbury, Hill House , and Old House were still the

    Great Warley

    the estate was sold to Evelyn Heseltine of the Goldings , in Warley Street . 25 Heseltine was a stock-broker who had come to Great Warley c . 1875; he bought Goldings in 1881 , and throughout his life added

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bridgehouse.

    their Poor. ] There was of late, for the enlarging of the said Bridgehouse, taken in an old Brewhouse, called Goldings , which was given to the City by George Monox, sometime Maior, and in place thereof is now a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent, n1. 7s., 8L. So., to 9L ]s.; New Sussex Wealders. 61., 91., to 121.; choice East and Mid. Kents, Goldings, and Faruhams, 141., 1St., to 231. SMITHFIELD MARKETS, FRIDAY. Prices per Stone. At Market. Beef ...is 6d to Cs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the following prices:-New Sussex, from 51. Its. to 71.; New Kents, 61. to 71. 12s.; East and Mtd. 1(ents, Goldings, and Farnhams, 81. s. to III. lls. COAL MAhKET, WEDNESDAY. Price of Coals per ton at the close of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prices :-New Sussex pocket, from 51. l6s. to 7.; NewS Kent ditto, 61. to 7l. 16s.; East and Mid. Kents, Goldings, and Farnhams, 81. os. to 111. Its. The quantity of 1839 and 1840 is so trifling as to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steady at the following quotations:-New Sussei pockets, 51. l6s. to 71.; Kent, Ol. to 71. 1Os0; East and Mid. Kent,, Goldings, and Farnhamns, 81. 8d. to Ill. IlIs. COAL MARKET, WEDNIOSDAY. Price of Coals per ton at the close of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 5as.; 1ol'rs, 63s. to S. , New Susiex, 90s, to lOSa.; Kents, 96s. to I2s.; East and Mid. Kenrs, Goldings, 120H. to 150s. ; Farnhams, none at market; New B3gs, ditto. COAL MARKET, MONDAY. Prices of Coals per eon Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUME, Abraham (1703-72), of Goldings, Essex.

    (1703-72), of Goldings, Essex. Constituency Dates Steyning 1747 1754 Tregony 1761 1768 Ofifces Held Director, South Sea Co. 1742-5; director, R. Exchange Assurance 1748; commissary to the forces abroad 7 Dec. 1742-6; commissary gen. of stores at home and abroad

    SMITH, Samuel (1754-1834), of Woodhall Park, Herts. and 39 Berkeley Square, Mdx.

    the Hertfordshire manor of Beeches, Brent Pelham, to his second son Samuel George, for whom he had already bought the Goldings estate, and his Nottinghamshire properties to his third son Henry. Abel, his residuary legatee, succeeded him in the Woodhall

  • * British History Online *

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    Bridge warde without [including Southwark]

    being Mayor. There was of late, for the enlarging of the said Bridge house, taken in an old Brewhouse, called Goldings, which was giuen to the City by George Monox , sometime Mayor, and in place thereof, is now a

 

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