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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Coggeshall

    s . 4 d . from Inworth . Goldhanger , Warley , Feering , Tolleshunt Tregoz, Springfield , Easthorpe , Horndon , Colchester and Marks Hall each contributed over £1, and fourteen other places smaller amounts. Not long after its

    Parishes Matching MATCHING c. 1875

    to Thomas de Arderne, whose family from 1122 had also held Ardern Hall, Horndon -on-theHill, a manor probably identical with Edmund son of Algot's Domesday holding of Horndon . 42 Thomas was living in 1229 but dead by 1231 .

    Parishes Cranham

    farm and the old Rectory and, as Front Lane, continued south; they crossed St. Mary 's Lane from Upminster to Horndon at the 'wants' or cross-roads and ran on southwards, as The Chase , to the church and manor-house. Further

    Little Warley

    the charge of the rector of East and West Horndon . A new union of benefices then occurred: Little Warley was separated from Childerditch , and joined with East and West Horndon , the advowson of the united benefice being

    House of Cluniac monks Abbey of Bermondsey

    Thomas de Ardern and his son of the church of St. George , Southwark , with tithes of corn in Horndon and lands belonging to London Bridge . 20 During his reign Stephen granted to the brethren 40 s .

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1487, 20 March 1487-20 March 1487

    defrauded of 14 l .: i.e. a moiety to his brother and the other moiety to repair foul ways in Horndon co. Essex, 5 l . of the goods of Thomas Monmouth, servant to lord Herbert, to be paid to Subscribers-only content

    Appendices

    Childerdich 20 s ., of Orsett 10 s ., of Horndon 10 s ., of Nevendon 20 s ., to the amendment of the most fowle wayes betwyn Belerica and Horndon 5 li ., to the moost pore people in

    Index, H, I

    Hordella , Juan, letter from, 994. Horn , Philip de Montmorenci, Count of, 370 (9), 484, 1231. Hornclif , 282. Horndon , 1087. Horsey , Edward, letters from, 177, 185, 1329. -, -, letters to, 187, 198 (7), 199, 230

    House of Lords Journal Volume 19, 15 April 1712, 15 April 1712-15 April 1712

    to adjourn as they please. Wes t Horndon and Ingrave Churches, for uniting, Bill. Hodie 2 a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for uniting and consolidating the Churches of West Horndon , alias Thorndon , and Ingrave

    House of Lords Journal Volume 19, 5 May 1712, 05 May 1712-05 May 1712

    said Bill be engrossed. Horndon and Ingrave Churches, for uniting, Bill. The Earl of Anglesey reported from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, "An Act for the uniting and consolidating the Churches of West Horndon , alias Thorndon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shep, with larg ve-St e ( orige' Street., perth -alif week.rt Aintet, (Smeath ilite o4324 .f~tclfee~ed hop 5,0hodoo~essitingroom, toolerbakeboson ith two Otn, flour is V'~dlc~S"' lgatswibentransce sll entire. Otdu * ~'~' tie ~~AnolY. 2, IdgbDmton Si-ct.e f~ p ~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the same time told Mr. Holiday that there was no reflection upon either himself or his son.-CarlislePatriot. A STRANGE VIS1TOR.-Between Horndon and Laindon bills lives a farmer named Sparks, a man of large property, his household consisting of Mrs. Sparks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GA2BRIEU THE OLD-ESTABLSSHED DERTISTS. 6 NEW STAKE oeli5 tAG Pelt 0,01cc BIRIINGHAKI S7, 04KZSireef,usrrsdtgsquner, srand, SL os tdatl l ', Horndon , and 134. DUke Stree, Liverpool. ONN VISIT ONLY FROM COUNTRY PATEIENTS. COWPLXTXSET8 raXm I TO 7,-anld 0 to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the court,, each party paying their own co06b.- - 'KmiDs nB LiGuxiNG.-A lad named White was killed by lightning at Horndon. Essex, on Monday, while at work in a field. * FAT MmN AcornAxr.-One'man was killed and three seriously injured Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS' | BIRTHS. Annesley-March 3, at Devonsort, the wife of F. C. Aonesley, Req., D eputy-inspectar-Generial of Hospitals, B of a son. Cantillon-March 4, at Arbutns Lodge, Cork, the wife 0e of C. ,r. Caatillon, Esq., Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 April 1712, 12 April 1712

    Robert Lord Petre, Baron of Writtle, Patron, and Ed-^ ward Willis Incumbent, of the Churches and Pariflies of Bill Wejl Horndon, alias cFhorndoni and Ingrave, alias Gingrave, in the County of Effex, and feveral others, for and on the Behalf Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1712, 15 April 1712

    vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, '* Ail Afl for Weft Horndoa " uniting and confolidating the Churches of W^ft^^^Lg " Horndon, alias Thorndon, and Ingrave, alias Gingrave, uniting) Bill. " in the County of EJfexJ" .Ordered, That the Confideration of Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1776, 10 May 1776

    or un-enclofed Piece or Parcel of Common- " able Land or Ground, within the Manor or Parifh " of Weß Horndon, in the County of EJex," was com¬ mitted. Screveton En- The Lord Scarfdale made the like Report from the Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1776, 13 May 1776

    " or un-enclofed Piece or Parcel of Commonable Land " or Ground, within the Manor or Parifh of Weft " Horndon, in the County of Ejfex? " An Aft to " confirm and eftablifh the Diviiion and Eficlofure of " Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Wakefield; Baildon; Sicklinghall; Sutton ; Beckwithshaw; Hemsley; Staindrop; Youghall; Compton Ashburn ; Wimborne Minster; Poole; King-Sutton & Newbottle; Great Gidding; Horndon; Clapton; Dundalk ; and Kinghorn, 117. — Yoxall, &c.; Baptists, Hanley; Lane End; Hope Chapel, Shelton ; Stone; Tabernacle, Subscribers-only content

 

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