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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Katharine by the Tower

    new foundation she endowed with land in East Smithfield , and all her lands and rents in Rainham 14 and Hartlip , co. Kent , and in the vill of Reed , 15 co. Herts ., for the support of

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cathedral priory of St Andrew , Rochester

    , the manors of Denton , Southfleet , Frindsbury , Wouldham , Stoke and Sha rsted, and the rectories of Hartlip and Hoo ; those of the office of Walter Boxley , cellarer, to £39 13 s . 7¾ d

    Parishes Merstham

    where the same blind arches occur, as at Cliffe-at-Hoo and Brasted , and the writer has discovered other examples at Hartlip , St. Mary Cray , Horton Kirby , Dartford , Rainham , Upchurch , Newington and Sittingbourne , also

    All Souls College ALL SOULS COLLEGE ALL SOULS, Medieval Staircase Plan

    were most numerous, at Googy Hall, Hope All Saints , Ivychurch , Brenset, Halstow , Horsham , Boyworth, Newenton, Reynham, Hartlip , Wade, Bobbing , Deptling, Scotney, Bleching, Okeholt, Lydd , Broomhill , and New Romney . In Oxfordshire there

    Parishes Reigate

    several instances which occur in Kent along the Dover road , as at Bapchild , Milstead , Frinstead, Rodmersham and Hartlip . The internal jambs and arch of the great east window, however, appear to be those of the former

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 St. KATHARINES Hospital.

    in the Isle of Shipway, given by Q. Philippa . Lands, Rents, and Tenements in the Towns of Renham and Hartlip in Kent . The Manor of Chissingbury Priory in Wilts . The Manor of Quarles in Southampton . The

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Caesar Curtis, 7/7/1750

    Curtis Forename Caesar Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 7/7/1750 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hartlip// OTHER INFORMATION Source MA, DRc_Ac_07 (Dean and Chapter Minute Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Rochester/Rochester 0-

    Thomas Pearce, 24/6/1818

    Pearce Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 24/6/1818 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hartlip// OTHER INFORMATION Source MA, DRc_Ac_10 (Dean and Chapter Minute Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Rochester/Rochester 0- 0

    Thomas Pearce, 25/11/1816

    Pearce Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 25/11/1816 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hartlip// OTHER INFORMATION Source MA, DRc_Ac_10 (Dean and Chapter Minute Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Rochester/Rochester 0- 0

    Thomas Gregory Warren Walker, 27/11/1810

    Forename Thomas Gregory Warren Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 27/11/1810 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hartlip// OTHER INFORMATION Source MA, DRc_Ac_10 (Dean and Chapter Minute Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Rochester/Rochester 0-

    unknown unknown, 11/3/1794

    unknown Forename unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 11/3/1794 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Hartlip// OTHER INFORMATION Source MA, DRc_Ac_09 (Dean and Chapter Minute Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Rochester/Rochester 0- 0

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAVAGE, Sir Arnold I (1358-1410), of Bobbing, Kent.

    his father’s estates. These included, besides Bobbing, ‘Tracies’ in Newington and three other manors, as well as land at Stockbury, Hartlip, Iwade and Milton. To them he was soon to add a tenancy in the manor of Shorne, under his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Countess of Belmore, of a daughter- On the Ist inst., Lady Florence Barnardiston, of a daughter-On the 2Sd inst., at Hartlip, the wife of F. Luck, Esq., of a son-On the 3rd inst., at Lesness heath, the wife of A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imusbered only five, being at the rate of 4V5 per 1,000 of tie population. A shocking gun accident occurred at Hartlip, near Sittingbourne, on Wednesday. Aboyof fourteen, named Castle, while engaged in searing birds in an orchard wvas shot dead Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sueCll, &51, of Barley. GRAYv-WriMBIBLEY,'-Juna 27th, at St. Michael's chuacb, Paddirg' ton by the Rev. 01. J. Wzmberley, vicar of Hartlip, brother of the brie, the Rev. Samuel Gray, inucubent ot Pateley BnidB3,, to Mary Florenee, eldeet daughter of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOTTINGHAM JULY MEETING, Ymm8mDay. (By Telegraph.) The Portland Plate of 60 DOve, added to a hendieap sespstakes of 5 -ove each, 2 it to the fund. Oertain winnera extra. 32 subs. Four furlongs. 7 D Mr P. Bower's Blenevolence, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Sianda d says-that the annual conference of t= aiona] VUion of.,Conservetiv e Ascalaions will be elatLeeds on the 16th of April. Rt will be followed by a dinner, at which Lord Wh ncnlifle will take Subscribers-only content

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