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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 1 [1]

    in the East, at the West end of Downegate Ward, as the watercourse of Walbrooke parteth them, to wit, at Granthams lane, on the Thames side, and at Elbow lane , on the Land side: it runneth along in Thames

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [Wine Merchants.]

    Kerion lane: And thus much for the bounds of the Vintrie Ward . Now on the Thames side West from Granthams lane, have ye Herber lane, or Brickles lane, so called of John Brickles, sometime owner thereof. Then is Simsons

  • * Victoria County History *

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    List of maps

    Add. MS. 16873, pp. 1-4. Ibid. p. 51. Ibid. Add. MS. 24827; S.R.S . iii, pp. 117-18; for location of Granthams , O.S. Map 6", Suss. III ( 1874-9 edn.). P.R.O., SC 2/206/32, ff. 2-3. S.R.S . iii, p. 43.

    Parishes Charlwood

    the Knowe , the Great Godfreyes, the Lesser Godfreyes, the Greater Biggle Hawe, the Lesser Biggle Hawe, Bush Field, the Granthams , the Skewles mead and Lyons Riddles Mead ,' containing altogether about 300 acres. According to Manning the estate

    Parishes Stifford STIFFORD & GRAYS THURROCK 1980

    c . 1708, attended regularly until 1705. He sometimes signed first, but often yielded that place to gentry like the Granthams and Richard Anderson . Samu el Hilliard , rector 1709-42 , rarely missed a meeting between 1710 and 1741

    Parishes West Thurrock

    from whom it passed in succession to his brother Nathaniel (d. 1723) and to Nathaniel's son Caleb. 116 All three Granthams were naval officers who went on to command East Indiamen. The younger Caleb Grantham in 1750 bought 340 a.,

    Woodstock Economic history

    92 The Metcalfes may have worked at no. 17 High Street which they owned from c . 1734. 93 The Granthams lived at no. 15 Market Street but may have worked steel at a shop bought c . 1764 from

  • * British History Online *

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    Downegate warde

    such a signe there set vp. In this lane is the Ioyners hall, and other faire houses. Granthams lane . Then is Granthams lane so called of Iohn Grantham some time Maior and owner thereof, whose house was very large

    Vintrie warde

    the East, at the west end of Downegate ward, as the water course of Walbrooke parteth them, to wit at Granthams lane on the Thames side, and at Elbow lane on the land side: it runneth along in Thames streete

    Roger Whitley's Diary, January 1691, 01 January 1691-31 January 1691

    about 2 Hardwar, I & Mainwaring went to Tarvyn (but too late) to the funerall of Edwards; we went to Granthams; there was he, the Vicar, 2 old Mr Bruens, Vicar of Barrow, & c. we went home past 4;

    Roger Whitley's Diary, July 1693, 01 July 1693-31 July 1693

    Receipte at Conway. 10. Monday, Griffith & 3 carts went to carry hay at Lach; Gerard & his wife, 2 Granthams, 2 Wrights & one wife; Edwards & wife, Briscoe, Ely, Anker, Mrs Smith & sister & Ensigne Jackson dined

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.201-300

    Lane and the Chequer are both named in 1541 ( Letters and Papers , xvi. 459). 232 , l. 4. Granthams lane . In 1343 it was reported that Grantham had blocked it with two great stones and two iron

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRANTHAM, Vincent (by 1496-1550), of Goltho and Lincoln.

    relief (Lindsey) and Lincoln 1550; other commissions 1533-47; j.p. Lincs. (Kesteven) 1531-2. (Lindsey) 1538-d.; mayor, Lincoln 1527-8, 1541-2. Biography The Granthams were one of the great families of wool merchants at Lincoln in the 15th century. Their town house, a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yarmouth asud Caister, Norfolk, tanners-S. Rogers and R. Shipman, and S. Rogers, H. Hand, E. L. Hough, and W. Shipman, Granthams, Lincolnshire, ironmongers-M. Gabb and R. How, Margate, dealers in toys-Sutton and Son, Wbeathampstead, Hertford- shire, common brewers-T. Creer and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P m rk ....... GloaccstershireEast Sir Wf Codrington ..0 0 1 Peeskeoko .Fal Mar. of Worcester 50 1 Pnne ndF Granthams . F Tlemache .....01 0 manths.......... G E Wolby ......0 0 1 Peterborousgh...... Greenwich .......Admiral Doadas 1I 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    via Don- 150 0 Milford. 20 0 10 0 caster ..... York8...ork Wakefielid Leeds At 10.45 a.m., for Peterboro'1 Barnsley, Granthams 12 0 via Ret- 150 3 0 Nottnghms 1 ford. Retford.... 14 0 7 0 Huddersfield 17 03 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    introduce several :hundrod oustbmcri; to firet lass O Ho53 ouse anxious to exteind their conneotion.-Addrcse, F. 36, moon *Norton Stroot. Granthams. . . I : eSS snimal. R)OPRIETORS of an old-established ixporb and Home Trade (┬░5i 3016 L Piper Require Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on. The rather, bacalts4 it brings * The Church. of England in Blrminghsm.' A LUtter to the Hon. and Roer. Granthams. L Yorle,-O&, £sebondiry of LiMe- .eld,31ector'ol 8t. Phlip's, Blemloghan,' and Rurjal 'Dean of Eiruioghmsl .Br.Jobn4v iller, u:D), ionorary Osnon Subscribers-only content

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