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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Crosses

    Cross at some point in Holy Trinity parish; Dawes Cross at the junction of the Deep Way (Lensfield Road) and Hadstock Way ( Hills Road ); Hinton Cross ; also one other unnamed cross on Hills Road , a little

    The city of Cambridge The growth of the city

    that has originated from the two bridgeheads that guarded the crossing of the Cam by the Roman Road-the Hadstock or Huntingdon Way of the Middle Ages: what has recently been described as the 'spine' of the town. 1 The ground

    Parishes Linton Linton , 1830 Linton before inclosure

    river and the disused Cambridge-Haverhill railway (54 ha.) was transferred to Linton from Hadstock ( Essex ), and 3 ha. elsewhere were transferred from Linton to Hadstock , leaving Linton with an area of 3, 946 a. (1, 597 ha.).

    Walthamstow Manors

    Roger de Tony came of age in 1256 he leased the manor in 1261 for four years to Austin of Hadstock , 18 a London citizen who was a prominent opponent of Simon de Montfort. 19 Roger de Tony and

    The city of Cambridge Public buildings Cambridge castle; suggested plan

    in the latter year were granted the whole of it by Henry III . 62 When the Franciscans migrated to Hadstock Way about 1267, 63 the burgesses appear to have recovered it and used it for their Guildhall. The discovery

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Walter Burnell, 4/2/1558

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Burnell Forename Walter Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 4/2/1558 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Hadstock// OTHER INFORMATION Source GL, 9531/12 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bonner, Edmund/London 1540- 1549 Comment fo 473v

    David Lufkyn, 19/7/1574

    Lufkyn Forename David Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 19/7/1574 Office/Status Curate Location Hadstock// OTHER INFORMATION Source Guildhall Library 9537/3 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sandes (Sandys), Edwin/London 1570- 1577 Comment 72v; p; not admitted and to cease ministration by [illeg.]

    John Freman, 13/10/1554

    457 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Freman Forename John Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 13/10/1554 Office/Status Curate Location Hadstock// OTHER INFORMATION Source Guildhall Library MS 9537/1 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bonner, Edmund/London 1553- 1559 Comment 37r; ab?

    Walter Burnell, 13/10/1554

    Burnell Forename Walter Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 13/10/1554 Office/Status Rector Location Hadstock// OTHER INFORMATION Source Guildhall Library MS 9537/1 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bonner, Edmund/London 1553- 1559 Comment 37r; ab? Nota that 'literis hereticis' of his are

    Simon Nappe, 10/5/1561

    Nappe Forename Simon Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 10/5/1561 Office/Status Rector Location Hadstock// OTHER INFORMATION Source Guildhall Library MS 9537/2 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grindal, Edmund/London 1559- 1570 Comment 93r; aegrotat; excused until he has recovered and then

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T HE ElXAMINER. __E. LDrcvOaX, M~inall 9. TiTrRE has leen soine r ioing amon, tlxe Colliers in Sotner- setslhire, whfo got together in thonsands, demarinding better pay. The yeornrry of the neighbouring dlistricts, with Sirw JoIN Cox HIPPESLEY and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tIc heal thno.. CIIILBLAINS.-WHITEIEIAD'S ESSENCE OF MUSTARD. "The Rev. the Rector of Boston. Norfolk, to Mr It. Johnston. "Hcmington Rtectory, Hadstock, Bath. "Sir,-Last winter soy little boy IVas tormented for three months with chilblaies, wrhich scarce ever allowed him to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \Naval Victory. Captain Wellington, son of Admiral. Loxd. Hadstock, arrived at the Admiralty this morning, wvith dispatches fronr Lordl COLLINGWOo'D, containitng the details of bhe' r6e6nt Defeat of the Enemy in the Ieditcrranean. It took place on the 25th .of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sandiacre to Breaston, called The Upper Hadstock Close, containing ..........4 3 12 In 0 LOT 5.-A Close of Pasture Land ad- A. It. 1P. ti joining the Erewash Canal, called The Great t( I Hadstock Close, containing ................. 5 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Close of Pasture Land, in the Pttrish of Sandiacrie aroresaid, adjoining the-Road leading from Sandiacre to Breaston, called The Upper Hadstock Close. containing ........................ ............ 4 3 12 LOT 5.-A Close of Pasture Land ad. A. R. P. joining the Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    , Brentwood , Ingatestone , Wickford , Chelmsford , Witham , Braintree , Coggeshall , Halstead , Yeldham, Finchingfield , Hadstock , Elmdon , Saffron Walden , Thaxted , Dunmow, Harlow , Epping , Ongar , Brentwood again, and Eomford. Subscribers-only content

    With the "Red Vans"., 1897

    , Brentwood , Ingatestone , Wickford , Chelmsford , Witham , Braintree , Coggeshall , Halstead , Yeldham, Finchingfield , Hadstock , Elmdon , Saffron Walden , Thaxted , Dunmow, Harlow , Epping , Ongar , Brentwood again, and Eomford. Subscribers-only content

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