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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders

    Surrenders taken by the Headborough or Reeve, in Presence of six Tenants. I Tem, by the Custom of the said Manours, and of either of them; every Surrender taken out of the Court by the Headborough or Reeve, or his

    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. The Customs and Orders

    same Homage, for every such Surrender or Bill, four Pence, and every of the said six Tenants, and also the Headborough or Reeve (which shall be at the taking of any Surrenders as aforesaid) ought to have four Pence apiece

    Book 6, Chapter 4 The Government of it.

    Ward, William Staunton , Gent. was Headborough ; and commonly called William Staunton 's Ward. The fourth Ward was Thieving Lane and Long Ditch . Of this Ward, John Savage , Yeoman, was Headborough , and it was commonly called

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    open Court, or otherwise. All Surrenders taken by the Reeve or his Deputy, or by a Headborough , and in the Presence of six Tenants, and not presented by the said Homage in Manner and Form aforesaid, are and shall

    Book 4, Chapter 5 Suburbs. Customs and Orders.

    holden, or by his Deputy within the same Manour, or elsewhere, in Presence of six customary Tenants; or by any Headborough of some Township or Hamlet within that Manour, in Presence of six customary Tenants, in or out of the

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Iford SWANBOROUGH MANOR PARISH CHURCH of ST. NICHOLAS IFORD

    . A penny was paid for every cottager. 10 The surplus of the money thus raised was given to the Headborough for his pains. In addition, the alderman of the hundred, in return for the money which he disbursed for

    Aldham Introduction Aldham c. 1840

    hall. Half-a-Loaf, near Motts Cottage, is also 16th-century, of one storey with attics. Peakes, recorded in 1347 , 70 and Headborough , recorded in 1403 , 71 both in Tey Road, have developed from early 17th-century lobby-entrance houses. Built at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unfortunately overturned by some inequality in the road, and the Lady was killed on the spot. ASSIZES. M4r. Campbell, ?the Headborough, whom our readers -vill recollect to have been committed to the county goal. of Somerset, on a charge of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    still retains, and Mr. Redfern was appointed to the vacant office. Mr. Redfern was also about the same period constituted Headborough. Having faithfully served the borough in these capacities for a lengthened period, he gave place a few years sire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a daughter. RGGERS-Dec. 7, at Mountpottinger House, Belfast, the wie of John lRogers, Esq., of a son. SMtA'TH-Dee. 8, at Headborough, Co. Waterford, the vife of Percy Smyth, Esq., of a son. MAR RI AG S. BLAUR-MORROW-Dec. 6 atthle Unitarian Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Percoval Maxwell. Mrs. Reeves, Deaiery, foss. Mrs. obbies, I)eanery, Killalnoe. Mrs. Smith Kin", Deanery, Carlow. Mrs. SmylieDeanery, Londonderr, Mrs. Smyth, Headborough. Mrs. St. George, Kilrush House. Mrs. Vesey, Lucau House. Mrs. Paklnham Widlshe, Palace, Kilkenny. Mrs. G. A. Wood, Lotse. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. Reeves, Deanery, Ross. Mrs. Robbins, Deanerv, Kiltaloe. Mrs. Smith King, Deamery, Carlow. Mra. S mylie, Deauery, Londouderry. Mrs. Smnyth, Headborough. Mr-.S. Xs George, :iiilih onse. i -irs. Vesey; 3L calousp. Mrs. Pairenham Walshe, Palace, Kilkenny. Mrs. G. A. Wood, Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 10/1778

    Moore Mary Pashley Scotland Clerkenwell Cheshunt . Saml. Gibbs Esqr Metcalf Sarah Wensley Dale Yorks Do Do Do Morgan Jane Headborough Bedford House Ridge Sr Jas Esdaile Kt Miles Eliz Brandsgrove Worcester Clerkenwell Denham Sam Gibbs Esqr Maverly Jane Criff

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