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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Walton on Thames

    is now the property of the Misses Askew . Hersham contained a manor known as MOREHALL alias SYLKESMORE alias SOUTHWOOD . There is a mention of a court held at Hersham in 1272 by Reginald de Imworth and Matilda his

    Eartham Parish Church of St Margaret Eartham

    held by him in 1310 . Tithes of the hide of 'Danesta' were given with the church of Eartham ( Hersham ) to Richard, canon of Chichester , by Bishop Hilary (448-69). 22 Daneshide was held by the Master of

    Parishes East and West Molesey

    his son Hamelin in tail. The estate now comprised pastures at Walton and lands at Kingston , Esher , and Hersham (Hauerychisham). 37 In 1379 a licence was granted to Hamelin de Matham to settle the manor on his wife

    Kingston-upon-Thames Manors, churches and charities

    4. Mark Snelling , by will, 21 February 1533 , gave trust property consisting of several parcels of land at Hersham , containing 28 a. or thereabouts, producing £84 per annum, and £1,669 11 s . 9 d . consols,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 539, June 1643, 01 June 1643-30 June 1643

    Committee of the House of Commons for Examinations, for Captain John Inwood or any other witnesses against Thomas Hunt of Hersham, parish of Walton-on-Thames, to appear before them on Monday, in the Inner Court of Wards. Signed, Miles Corbett. [ Subscribers-only content

    Heversham and Milnthorpe

    in Kendale; Cal. Pat. R . 1448, p. 207. 1453 Pardon of outlawry for Thomas Clyveland, late of Eversham alias Hersham, chaplain, for not appearing to answer John Marchall, clerk, touching a debt of 40; Cal. Pat. R . 1453,


    9), have granted to Richard Layton, clerk, Brian Layton, esq., and John Tunstall my manor called Lewyns in parish of Hersham and all my lands, tenements etc. in Lewyns, Mabynhall, Hyndcastell, Byrthwait, Senderbarow, Brigster, Fosthwaites and Selsid. To have and

    General Index, H, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    , John, M.A., Fellow of New College, chaplain to Sir W. Lockhart, letter on behalf of draft thereof fees on Hersham , friend of Williamson at Hertfordshire , assizes, fine imposed at the sum levied on, by the late pretended Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1523, 16-31, 01 May 1523-31 May 1523

    Sir Ric. Jernyngham, knight for the Body, and Anne his wife. Grant, in tail male, of the manors of Haverell, Hersham and Helyon Haverell, Suff., late of the duke of Buckingham; on surrender of patent 12 April 13 Hen. VIII.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park, Surrey. On Sunday 'afternoon lie shot limself. He had been paying his addresses to a young woman residing at Hersham, for whom he had been frequently heard to express great affection;. A little white before his death he had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leaving Esher the cort~ye proceeded at a quicker pace, which was, however, slackened on approaching a village or hamlet. At Hersham, the street was lined by persons, who received the sad procession with every demonstration of respect, many of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal, Bncls, of twins, one stil~-born-On Ihe 3rd insL.. at Brighton, the wife of the Rev. Broome Lake Witts, of Hersham, EKher, of a daughter-On the 3rd inst., at Borlogne-aurMHer, the wife of Dr Hutetlsinson, of a darughter-On lie 3rd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ROOKERY or T1is PllNCE, and the Corinthian EHandicap to COMELY or SAVILLE, While ANTLEIR or GLOUCESTER may acceollit for the Hersham Two-year-old Stakes, VEIUiTAS. London, Saturday. RACING FIXTURES. OCTOBER. Four Oaks Parkl7,18 I Snmdown ...... 19,20 V Worcester 31, Nov.1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hackney; Thomas Smith, assistant governor, Kirkdale; Mary Smith, essiitant matron, Kirkdale Edward Thomas Tillam, master, Horaham; Emma J. Tillam, matron, Hersham; John S. Jarrard, master, Foleshill; E. S. Jarrard, matron, Folshill; George Scale and wife, meater and matron, Nsntwich; William Subscribers-only content

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