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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Covenham

    c . 1115, states that the monks held 3 carucates of land in Covenham and 1 in Ludney . Ibid. and Pat. 31 Edw. I , m. 18. Ibid. Linc. Epis. Reg. Rolls of Grosteste. Ibid. Rolls of Gravesend .

    Hospitals Milton by Gravesend

    Hospitals Milton by Gravesend 54. THE HOSPITAL OF MILTON BY GRAVESEND The origin of this house is unknown, although lands in Essex granted to the hospital of Gravesend are mentioned in the Pipe Roll as far back as 2 Henry

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Hinchinbrook

    nunnery was in the old parish of St. Michael . Assize R. 343, m. 10. Linc. Epis. Reg. Rolls of Gravesend . Ibid., Memo. Dalderby , 96d. Ibid., Memo. Gynwell, 126. She was to be the last in choir and

    Alien houses The priory of Wenghale

    . Add. MS. 6164, fol. 390. Linc. Epis. Reg. Rolls of Wells . Ibid. Rolls of Grosteste. Ibid. Rolls of Gravesend . Ibid. Close, 19 Edw. III , pt. ii, m. 22 d . Pat. 19 Edw. III , pt.

    Alien houses The priory of Hough

    of Wells . He was made abbot of Cherbourg . Linc. Epis. Reg. Rolls of Wells . Ibid. Rolls of Gravesend . Ibid. Inst. of Burghersh, 26. Ibid. Ibid. Inst. Beck, 61. Ibid. Inst. Gynwell, 87. Pat. I Hen. IV,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 15 Tower of LONDON. The Constable.

    , straying between Gravesend and London Bridge , if no Person be found in the said Vessels. Every Swan or Cygnet which cometh or returneth upon the said Banks in swimming, from the said Bridge to Gravesend ; every Beast

    Book 1, Chapter 7 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    S. A Progress made by the Lord Maior to Gravesend and Lee , to keep Courts there. Edmund Howes . The Common Serjeant gives his Charge to the Jury at Gravesend . The City's Claim to the River proved. K.

    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    Objects, I shall give the Reader a brief Account; beginning at Gravesend in Kent , and Tilbury Fort in Essex , where the Lord Maior's Jurisdiction begins. 1. GRAVESEND : Seated on the Southern Bank of the Thames : a

    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    of Watermen, being Householders, and occupying as Watermen upon the said River between Gravesend and Windsor : Which Election shall be yearly at the first Court of Aldermen, to be holden within the said City, next after the first Day

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [S. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    Occasion. The same Epitaph and Verses in English. A. M. This Man is termed by some, Richard de Gravesend . [But ignorantly, Gravesend being Bishop almost 200 Years after. J. S. ] Right against the little South Door in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ChrleseDilke& gael; ei Y( n foddloni yn y mater. . Ychydig Zddyddiat yn .ol gwrthododd periglvr,,.%s* u ton, yn,,agos, i, Gravesend, ddirllen y gwasanaeth fo . claddu uWchben corif merohi euane; am nadd o cdd r r b wedi, eibedyddio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn siroedd Amwythig a Threfaldwyn, yn cynwys 1725 o aceri, am 72,500p. Ymgynullodd tua 400 o lafurwyr a'u teuluoedd i Gravesend, i hwylio umewn dwy long i New Zealand, cludid hwy yno yn rhad. Dywed y London Freeman fod yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyduiai yr hin A'r rhengoedd o wirfoddolwyr a'r torfeydd o ed- rycbwyr i roddi iddynt y derbyniad mwyaf: croesawgar vn Gravesend, a Windsor, lie y derbyniwyd hwy gan y Frenbines. Rhoddodd ei. Mawrhydi wledd rwysgfawr i anrhydeddu yr amgylch:iad ddydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dutch sandbaitk, lie y bu raid iddi aros am oriau. Trvy yr anffawd siomwyd y torfeydd oeddyn wedi yrngasglu i Gravesend, gan ddisgwyl cael y fraint o'i groesawo, gan y bu raid i'w Fawrlhydi lanio yn Dover. Yr oedd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhwng Lloegr a Ffrainc dydd Sadwrn diweddaf£ Anturiodd y Bessemer-llestr a enwir ar enw ei chynllunydd-ar ei mordaith arbrofawl o Gravesend i Calais. Mae y Bes- semer wedi ei hadeiladu oddimewn ar gynllun hollol newydd-y saloon yn gweithio ar beir- Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRAVESEND, John alias CATOUR, of Long Ditton, Surr.

    GRAVESEND, John alias CATOUR, of Long Ditton, Surr. Constituency Dates Surrey 1406 Ofifces Held Porter of the castle and manor of More End, Bucks. for Queen Anne, bef. Jan. 1394. Ofifces Held Buyer for the royal household 13 Feb.

    GRAVESEND, Thomas (by 1513-58 or later), of Shoreham, Suss. and London.

    GRAVESEND, Thomas (by 1513-58 or later), of Shoreham, Suss. and London. Constituency Dates Lewes Mar. 1553 Lewes 1555 Ofifces Held Assay master, Tower I mint 25 Dec. 1556-8. Biography Thomas Gravesend was probably the son of a Shoreham merchant trading

    GERVAYS, Richard (d.c.1410), of Canterbury, Kent.

    1400-2, 1404-6; bailiff 1394-5; alderman of Westgate by June 1396-bef. Sept. 1409. Biography In 1391 Gervays purchased a house in Gravesend, but he normally lived in Canterbury, where he was engaged in the cloth trade. His two elections to Parliament

    BLIGH, Hon. John (1719-1781), of Cobham Hall, nr. Gravesend, Kent.

    of Cobham Hall, nr. Gravesend, Kent. Constituency Dates Maidstone 1741 1747 Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1739-47. Biography Bligh’s father, a wealthy Irish landowner, married the heiress to large but financially encumbered Kentish estates, including Cobham Hall, then much dilapidated. Clearing

    PAGE, Edmund (by 1512-51), of Shorne, Kent.

    Beckley. Thomas Page was to inherit at once a house and lands in the parishes of Chalk, Gravesend, Higham and Milton next Gravesend, and the residue of all goods, real and personal, including apparel and books. He was also appointed

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1822, 13 May 1822

    " An Act for repairing, widening " and maintaining the Road leading from Dartford to " and through NortJifleet and Gravesend, and thence to " the Stone's End, near the Parish Church of Strood, in " the County of Kent;" Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1822, 15 May 1822

    " An Act for " repairing, widening and maintaining the Road leading " from Dartford to and through Northfleet and Gravesend, " and thence to the Stone's End, near the Parish Church " of Strood, in the County of Kent." Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1822, 20 May 1822

    Act for Road b^ " repairing, widening and maintaining the Road leading " from Dartford to and through Northfleet and Gravesend, " and thence to the Stones End, near the Parish Church " of Strood, in the County of Kent," Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1822, 23 May 1822

    " An Act for repairing, " widening and maintaining the Road leading from " Dartford to and through NortJifleet and Gravesend, " and thence to the Stones End near the Parish Church " of Strood, in the County of Kent;" Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1822, 24 May 1822

    " An Act for repairing, widening and " maintaining the Road leading from Dartford to and " through Northfleet and Gravesend, and thence to the '* Stones End near the Parish Church of Strood, in the " County of Kent:" Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Falcon, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1764

    Lodge of Freedom

    West Street, Gravesend, Kent 1751 Pelican, [unknown], Gravesend, Kent 1789 Crown and Anchor, High Street, Gravesend, Kent 1792 Pope's Head, West Street, Gravesend, Kent 1793 White Hart, High Street, Gravesend, Kent 1820 St. George's Inn, Queen Street, Gravesend, Kent 1823

    Lodge of Sympathy

    Gravesend, Kent 1859 Clarendon Hotel, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1869 Old Falcon Hotel, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1878 New Falcon Hotel, West Street, Gravesend, Kent 1880 Old Falcon Hotel, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1889 New Falcon Hotel, West Street,

    Pegasus Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2205 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Clarendon Hotel, East Street, Gravesend, Kent 1887 New Falcon Hotel, West Street, Gravesend, Kent 1888

    William Russell Lodge

    Constitution: 3rd May 1905. Consecrated 5th May 1905 Warrant of Centenary: 5th May 2005 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 5th May 2005 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3103 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Wrotham Road, Gravesend, Kent, England 1906 Public Hall, Gravesend, Kent, England 1905

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 13th January 1836

    Sittingbourne at 9. It was a bitterly cold day, though bright and clear. We changed horses at Rochester, 2ndly at Gravesend and 3rdly at Blackheath . We reached Kensington Palace at a little before 2. We instantly went upstairs, that

    Wednesday 13th January 1836

    Sittingbourne at 9. It was a bitterly cold day, though bright and clear. We changed horses at Rochester, 2dly at Gravesend & 3dly at Blackheath . We reached Kensington Palace at a little before 2. We instantly went upstairs, that

    Saturday 3rd December 1842

    journey passed off quietly. We got out at Canterbury & Rochester. We ran up against a pony phaeton on leaving Gravesend , which might well have upset us, but that was all. I read Despatches to Albert, & he to

    Monday 29th August 1842

    to have a little food, we passed Tilbury Fort , a miserable looking place & on the other side saw Gravesend . At past 10 we went on deck, remaining there till ½ p. 12. It was quite beautiful, so

    Friday 20th September 1839

    Constance's hair, about which Lord M. was very funny; of the populace at Norwich and other places, at Hertford and Gravesend ; of Despatches &c.; of the gentlemen sitting or getting up; Lord M. is for the latter, as all

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The battle of the genii: or, Gladiolus and Beakitorus : a story of the general election., 1880

    political squib, partly in rhyme, and illus¬ trated by cat toons. Apt quotations are scattered over its pages. " - Gravesend Reporter. " A series of cartoons caricaturing the policy of Lord Beaconsfield , and to each plate is a Subscribers-only content

    The Gweedore hunt: a story of English justice in Ireland., 1889

    the buildings, is under £i, cannot support the cultivators. Mr. Olphert admitted to Mr. Shipman , the Liberal candidate for Gravesend , in the course of my visit to Falcarragh, that the people could make a living out of the Subscribers-only content

    The life of "Chinese" Gordon, R.E., C.B., 1884

    end of the year 1864 . GORDON AT GRAVESEND . Even more unknown to the public than his Chinese life are the six peaceful years passed by Colonel Gordon , C.B., at Gravesend , where he was employed from 1865 Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    as deacon by Dr. Potter . On October 14th, 1735 , both the brothers went on board the Simmonds off Gravesend . Two days afterwards Wesley, in order to converse with his German fellow-passengers, began to lea,rn their language; and Subscribers-only content

    John Wesley: his life and work., 1884

    advice, I have been free (blessed be God!) from all bodily disorders. " Although the party for Georgia embarked at Gravesend on October 14th , it was not until December 10th that they fairly started. They met with a heavy Subscribers-only content

 

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