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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish and borough of Chingford CHINGFORD 1964

    19th centuries. Richard Hodgson , who succeeded the Snells as lord of Chingford St. Pauls, built a new seat at Hawkwood . R. B. Heathcote , rector of Chingford and lord of Chingford Earls, rebuilt Friday Hill . Other gentlemen

    Parishes Padbury

    also released their rights in the same year. 70 They were evidently agents i n a sale to Sir John Hawkwood , kt., the famous leader of the ' White Company ,' to whom the manor was conveyed in 1379


    and Oakwood was probably much reduced from its original extent. 40 The remaining common, c . 185 a. then called Hawkwood rather than Oakwood , 41 was inclosed in 1811 . 42 A second common, the triangular Henley common, lay

    Index A - K

    econ. hist., 105-7; elec., 47, 75; fairs, 52, 108; fisheries, 106, 107; forest, 107, 108; gas, 45, 75 n ; Hawkwood , 97, 104; hosp., 100; housing, 49, 50, 66, 67, 82-84, 97, 99; incomes, 87; ind., 68, 107; inf.

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1377, 01 January 1377-31 December 1377

    Latin . ] Nov. 3. File Condottieri di Milizie. Archives of Modena. 18 . Donnina Visconti, consort of Sir John Hawkwood, to the Lady [Verde della Scala ] Marchioness of Este. Announces to her most honoured co-sponsor ( commater )

    Appendix, Miscellaneous 1376, 01 January 1376-31 December 1376

    i. p. 130. Venetian Archives. 984 . Sir John Hawkwood and the English Military Companies. Power from Andrea Contarini, Doge of Venice, appointing. Andrea Dandolo, knight, ambassador to Sir John Hawkwood, to take him and his brigade into the pay

    Addenda, 1459

    lines. ] *** Since pages 19 27 went to press the Signor Osio has published various documents concerning Sir John. Hawkwood and his comrades, in the first number of a work entitled , Documenti Diplomatic i tratti dagli Archivj Milanesi,

    Appendix, June 1568, 05 June 1568-26 June 1568

    Did we not in Spain, in the favour of Don Pietro Cruell, overthrow the power of Spain?" Smith also mentioned Hawkwood in Italy and the conquest of Cyprus by Richard the First, at which Maria shook his head and made


    of November desired Morosini to make this announcement to Sir John Hawkwood, and to take leave. As minute particulars of the dealings of Italian Potentates with Sir John Hawkwood are of rare occurence, I have printed the above-mentioned acts of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of touch very rarely to be found in the romances of these ex. hausted days."-Athenreuri. {' The authbr of I Hawkwood,' if this be his first venture, will yet, we anticipate, prove himself no inovorthy follawer-imitator is not so much Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of everything has often taken dangerous flights, enterprising men have been as rife in it as in any other trade. Hawkwood, whose picture bangs in the Florence Cathedral, was a tailor. So was Sir Simon Eyre, who built Leadeuhall street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    through that by no means densely wooded patch of the Forest in which the enclosures of Hawk- wood Farm and Hawkwood House have been made. It will then run by Sewardstone, Leppili's Hill, and Pynest 'Green to High Beech. Could Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Berwick; personalty £121,000.-Of Mrs. Catherine' Ellis, late of Waltham Place, Maidenhead, Berks; personalty £113,000.-Of Mr. Frederick Joseph Edlmaum, of Hawkwood, Chislehurst; personalty £P109,500.-Of Colonel Sir Lumley Graham, Bart., Knight of the Legion of Honour, late of Kirlkstall, York-shire: personalty£C26,000-Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chaloner 3 Mr. W. Blake's Argyle, 9st ........_.. Whits0 'Captain Ii. T. Fenw~icir's Barford, 5st......Allsopp 0 S Mr. II. Sherwood's Hawkwood, 9st ..........Price 0 Mr. E0. B,. Smith's Trottion,.9st...... K.... Cannon 0 Mr. Ellis's i by Merrylzlampton-F or Ever, 8it Subscribers-only content

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