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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Upminster Religious history

    c . 1912-26 , and also took over the Hacton mission. 122 In 1972 the church joined the United Reformed church. 123 There were 205 members in 1975 . 124 The Hacton Central mission, Smokeholes, opposite Harwood Hall Lane ,

    Upminster Introduction and manors

    crossed the waist of the parish from Hornchurch to Cranham ; 42 Hacton Lane , the most southerly, entering the parish at Hacton bridge, ran south to Hacton Corner. It continued as Aveley Road , forming the parish boundary with

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    13th-century glazed tiles were still preserved in an out-building there. 85 Deeds of the property survive from 1612. 86 Hacton Farm, Hacton Lane , which must be distinguished from Hactons in Upminster , 87 is thought to have been rebuilt

    Upminster Local government and parliamentary representation

    was begun, restricted to Upminster village and Corbets Tey . 36 In 1900 tenders were invited for a sewer from Hacton , and the development of the Upminster Hall estate necessitated further extensions of the system in 1907 . 37

    Longville, Lushcott , and part of East Wall

    10. This article was written 1989-90 . V.C.H. Salop . ii. 226 note c. Eyton , xi. 377 (misinterpreting ' Hacton ' as Acton rather than Hatton ). For this para. see O.S. Map 1/25,000, SO 59 ( 1959 edn.);

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, July 1536, 11-15, 11 July 1536-15 July 1536

    hand with my lord Harford for it, but now the Parliament is so busy there is no speaking therein. Mr. Hacton has promised to make ready your harness by Tuesday next. I shall speak to Gylmyn of the Guard to

    Index, A

    , John, App. 11. Acornbury (Awconbury), priory, Heref., 1370. Acres (Acurs), Henry, King's servant, 947 (1, 2), 1251 (2). Acton (Hacton), , 94. -, Robt., 168, 580 (pp. 233, 235). -, Thos., 580 (pp. 233, 235). Adams , , late

    Index, H, I

    Flanders (died 1534), 1296. Hackney (Hakeney), Midd., 135 ( bis ). Hackthorn (Hacthorne), Linc., 973, 975 (fo. 3). Hacton. See Acton. Haddam or Hadham (Little), Herts, 514. Hadleigh (Hadley), Suff., 625. Hailes (Heyles, Hales) abbey, Glouc., 841 ii. -, abbot

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EAGLE INSURANCE COMPANY. OTICE is hereby given, That, pursuant to the Deed of Settle. j m ent an ANNUAL GENERAL MEET'rING of the Proprietors of Ten or moent Stan wlbehdatteLdoCfecHuse. Ludgare-hifl, on rAmo he October next, at Twelve o'Cloc Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wms R ,liaHton Dards, Fra Hy, i rook street Davis T. Bo nd4 Goate street Davidson, Wm., Harrase Danes, John, Hacton, near Badfont Doea, George, I Wimpole st Dalev, M. S, BaloPonsbury sq DolgAeisb, Aler, Scotland yard Dancer, Fra Robert, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gainsatnous Mjstye.Pic a d.s d, and lacindbyhrMjsty. Lord. per btleTesr. NTIdentc-The Niame anod addressy ofthenPrimf qetr, "Aot.roselnd and Son, 20 Hacton garden, London," is engraved on the Gorrment Stamp, shich is pasted on each, also printed in red, on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Iis, per dozen cakes.-Both the above articles are solh by the b'coprictor, It. Da35on, Perfumer, 40 Holborn luiI, tinarly mpoiper Hacton garden ; and by all Medicine 'eeders andi Pcrfunsrlr.s.-''lsr great colcisier of the abone articles has casosed immaoy unprinciplrd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ilaecrn fallw-inn Mondlay or Tuesday; and for SSRWBRY, to R et urn following Monday. 1.40 n.m.-FccWAtWI Laaindingqon, Kings wood, 'Hacton. Stratford-na-Avon. and Eveshaum Ealf-day 1.50 for BEWDILEY and ArIvy 4 Tuipa, 1.5-BRIDGNxlcaI 2,25-For IIAGLEY and Ridderminstor MONDAY DAY TRIPS. Subscribers-only content

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