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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanwell MANORS.

    by the late 16th century Hammonds was referred to as a farm, 26 it still had 30 free and 8 copyhold tenants in 1651 . 27 In 1844 Hammonds farm contained 252 acres. 28 Hammonds manor can be traced back

    Stapleford Abbots Parish government and poor relief

    affairs were the tenants of Battles Hall , 76 William Fitch and later George Fitch (from 1810), and those of Hammonds Farm, 77 Henry Shuttleworth and then John Fitch (from 1806-7 ). The Fitches rarely missed a vestry meeting. 78

    Stanwell Local government

    appointed for Poyle , and not for Rudsworth. The territorial limits of the Stanwell manor court's jurisdiction are not clear. Hammonds manor had customary tenants in the 17th century, but it had no separate population and probably no common fields

    Stapleford Abbots Manors

    21 years at a rent of £17 10 s . a year and, for the same term, a tenement called Hammonds , which was also part of the manor and which had been leased at an annual rent of £8

    Mount Bures Economic history

    few acres, like Cross Croft with 3 a. in 1555 , and only five farms of more than 30 a., Hammonds , Old Saunders , Old Peartree , Well House , and Nortons . 48 In 1557 Mount Bures manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hammond, Towyn. S Miss Gwen Psgh, Ystradgwyfn. Beirinidmeth Pare. R. Owen, Penal, aor y Cofoodion cyflawnal o bregethaun-1 3 . Hammonds, Towyn. 2 Henry lones, Aberdovrs . 3 Griffith E ugh, Corsis, Rhans 3 tystgiane amddysgn y IaRhodd Ma.' asr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    heb y rhybudd lleisf, y syrthiodd yr hen adeilad. . waith, gyda thiwst fel twrf taran, gan ladd Mr. r Hammonds a ehwech o'i ddynion, a gwneyd niweid- F weidiau ofnadwy ar amryw bersonau eraill. , mebigndha it, ba an, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    His creatures to foil His designs." Slavery in all its beautiful forms is His design. Therefore,the Clarksons fail. Therefore, the Hammonds triumph. - We accept the Bible terms," says Hammond, " as the definition of our Slavery, and its precepts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Sota Stalls. So.; Balcony, 3s.; adulission, Is. 1'i kets at Chappell and Co.'r, No. 50 New Bond otreet; Cranser's and Hammonds', Regent street : Keith, Irownc, a::d Co., 98 Cheapside; assd at the Hall, 28 Piccadilly. A STIMA SPECIFIC. DATURA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but the fo18 rcwiths wichuit struck the groundd was sufficient to cause serious irnjur to seven men, two of whom, Hammonds and Kelly, are not expected to recover. A-S tJSFORTUNATs Ir>ONcLAn.-AL supplementary esti- mate for the navy for £;45,00. was Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 March 1740, 18 March 1741

    from Chatteris Ferry (which divides the Ifle roKe> Dominis fie decernentibus. " of Ely from the County of Huntingdon) to Hammonds " Ban, and from thence to Somerjham Bridge, at Somer- " fiam Town's End, in the faid County." The Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1789, 3 April 1789

    Meadow " Grounds, and Lammas Lands and Commons, Moors, ** and Wafte Lands, within the Manors of Stanwell and " Hammonds, otherwife Shipcot, and in the Parifh of * Stanuell, in the County of Middle/ex ;" they defire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1789, 7 April 1789

    and Meadow Grounds, and Lammas Lands and " Commons, Moors, and Wafte Lands, within the " Manors of Stanwell and Hammonds, otherwife Shipcot, « and in the Parifh of Stanwell, in the County of Mid- « die/etc." Hodie ia vice Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1789, 8 April 1789

    Meadow Grounds, and Lammas Lands and Com- " mons, Moors, and Wafte Lands, within the Manors " of Stanwell and Hammonds, otherwife Shipcot, and in " the Parifh of Stanwell, in the County of Middlefex." p L. Bp. Bangor. L. Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1789, 22 April 1789

    Arable and Meadow Grounds, and Lammas Lands " and Commons, Moors, and WafleLands, within the " Manors of Stanivell and Hammonds, otherwife Shipcot, " and in the Parim of Stanwell, in the County of Mid- " dlefex," was committed : Subscribers-only content

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