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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    open again in the 17th century. 54 The oldest house now surviving in Holyfield hamlet is probably Stubbins , a timber-framed building about 1/2 mile south of Holyfield Hall , thought to date from the 16th century. 55 South of

    Waltham Holy Cross Churches, schools and charities

    the town, Holyfield , Upshire , and Sewardstone . 33 In the early 19th century, before the formation of High Beech parish, there was one warden for the town, one for Sewardstone , and one shared by Holyfield and Upshire

    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government

    a. in Town Mead , together with 6 cowleazes in Holyfield Marsh and 15 cowleazes in Hooks Marsh . 18 In 1843 Little Holyfield Farm owned 3 a. in Holyfield Mead , 19 and in 1921 Warlies Park still owned

    Nazeing

    a lane running north from Holyfield farm. 93 During the 19th century Payne's Lane was made, running south from Marshgate to Langridge by Paynes; this is now the main approach, and the lane to Holyfield is no longer used. The

    Index A - K

    254; see also Low Countries Holstock , Hen., 196; Wm., 196 Holyfield ( Barwick ), in Waltham Holy Cross , 151, 154, 157, 159, 167-8, 171, 175; Little Holyfield , 163 Homerton College (Mdx.), 231 Honeywood , Sir Thos .,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H, I, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    Swallow; 173. Mr.; 274. John; 83. William, letter of; 279. in command of a ship; 282. Holway , William; 301. Holyfield ; 527. Holy Island ; 442. fort at; 405. Homilies ; 133. Honfleur ; 112. Honnings , William; 438.

    Cecil Papers, July-September 1571, 01 July 1571-30 September 1571

    Essex, to Wm. Watson for 125 l. ; and divers jewels and plate pawned for 15 l. The demesnes of Holyfield and Chalveden, of the yearly value of 53 l. 6 s. 8 d. , are mortgaged to Lady North,

    Index of places

    Stoneleigh, co. Warwick, 328, 341. Holme Hall , co. Cambridge, 211, 214, 216, 218. Holmpton , co. York, 119, 121. Holyfield , co. Essex, 251, 253. Holy Trinity , Christchurch, priory of, 86. , Guildford, par. of, 152. the Less,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A CarE' NTsm ;TilES, ARc. Vt-_~LcunoN uoFtariVmar,~tFlG~ MILULLO LD~~gtnn -Anrt -sOn <Xeetch ru siatie pitblieet mwessly esta, etron d=yex.' cite& % anAl perlhps to a Atzeaw reee ilan en an, s mitar eveeant. sirce.tie exeeittion of tig egerty,11o oloay. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    London lart 'seek the deaths directly attributed to influenaza, were 40, agamsnt 38 in the previous week. Mar-. Whittle, af Holyfield, Gresford. North Wales.' was on Monday night followed into her bedroom by' her groom, a man named Shellard, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    strayed from Port MeIodow tirourgle the gate having beoe left open. He was fined 29. Gd., and 6s. costs. Ons2RraCIOx.-Edwic Holyfield, of Finstock, was summoned for obstructing the roadway, in Iffley-road, on the 22nd and 23rd ult,, with a cart Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ry A. Smith and Neale (Chawley), Lambourn, Green, )lusby, r Huggins, Goodall, It. C. Dingle iSeoretery). Ditnmock -a Saunders. Rowles, Holyfield, Cole, Capel, Buckllghanam ng T. A. Cook. ete. An excellenst dinner was provided by the to host, Bro. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OXFORD CITY COURT. Oil JuNE 16th. to Before the Depuaty.Mayor (Alderman Gray), Alder- let men Lucas, BucLell and Cooper, and Messrs. A W. Brain, G. Haw-kins, and Hugh Hall. It TEE ALLEGED THE5FT FROM A. PUBI.ICHOUsI.- v Harry Hawes, Subscribers-only content

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