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  • * Victoria County History *

    43 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Parishes Radley

    Radley included in 1831 the 'liberty' of Thrupp and Wick and part of the township of Kennington , and covered altogether 3,550 acres. Kennington was made into a separate ecclesiastical parish in 1866 . 1 In May 1900 the extra-parochial

    Kidlington Charities for the poor

    Charity for relief in need which had an income of £5.40 a year in 1979 . 92 Isaac Shard of Kennington (Surr.) by a codi- cil to his will dated 1739 instructed his heirs to pay £ 1 a year

    Lambeth The parish

    the 17th century by Rossetti. Princes Road leading inland to Kennington Lane is called after the royal lords of Kennington and Vauxhall Manors. In 1841 a toll-bar stood close to Kennington Common and another where the Turnpike (now Wandsworth )

    Lambeth Introduction and Lambeth Palace

    as the Prince's Liberty, Kennington , South Lambeth , Stockwell , the Archbishop's Liberty, Lambeth Marsh and Lambeth Deane , 5 and under Charles I there were South Lambeth , Stockwell (both tithings of Vauxhall ), Kennington and Lambeth Deane

    Stretton Established church

    wooden rood screen and choir stalls carved in a mixed Arts and Crafts- Perpendicular style by J. E. Knox of Kennington ; chancel floor inlaid with black and white marble; stone side-chapel arch carved by Robert Bridgeman of Lichfield ;

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, February 1679, 01 February 1679-28 February 1679

    and keeper of the courts leet, liberties and views of frankpledge in the lordship and manor of Kennington, Surrey, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall. [ Draft formed by altering the draft of the appointment of the previous steward and Subscribers-only content

    Sports and pastimes of old time

    Minstrels, and innumerable torch lights of Waxe, rode from Newgate through Cheape ouer the bridge, through Southwarke, and so to Kennington besides Lambhith, where the young Prince remayned with his mother and the Duke of Lancaster his vncle, the Earles

    Index of Subjects, M

    Excise malt. Malt Lottery. See Lotteries. Manors , named Bucklawren. Catterick. Deeping. East Greenwich. Farrington Gurney. Gillingham. Howleigh. Kennington. Killyon. Laverton. Pickering. Reigate. Scalby. Shippon. Shuttington. Softley. Stonetown. Stratton Sanctuary. Tarbert. Tew, Great. Thornton Briggs. Tregameer. Trelowia. Marine Regiments ,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 9 July 1830, 09 July 1830-09 July 1830

    Thames near Vauxhall Bridge, which receives many of the sewers from houses in Kennington and South Lambeth , also the drains of the roads and lands from Kennington, Brixton Hills, Dulwich , and parts adjacent; the water running down that

    Cecil Papers, 1610, 01 January 1610-31 December 1610

    exploitation of the estate during the past five years. Undated . 2 pp. (P. 2166.) The Manors of Spaldwick and Kennington. [Before 1610 ] . A survey of the manor of Spaldwick in Huntingdonshire. The tenants are all either freeholders

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 29 Shews and Triumphs.

    innumberable Torch Lights of Wax, rode from Newgate thorough Cheap , over the Bridge, through Southwark , and so to Kennington besides Lambeth ; where the young Prince remained with his Mother, and the Duke of Lancaster his Uncle, the

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [Ipres Inn.]

    gate, and entring upon the Thames , never stayed rowing, until they came to a house near the Manor of Kennington , where at that time the Princess lay, with Richard the young Prince, before whom he made his complaint,

    Book 1, Chapter 8 The Jurisdiction of the THAMES.

    Henry III . he took the Matter ill at the first, and sent for the Lord Maior and Citizens to Kennington . And upon hearing of the Matter before the said K. Henry , the City's Jurisdiction on the River

    Book 1, Chapter 13 LONDON BRIDGE. Accidents on the Bridge.

    November , the young Queen Isabel, commonly called the Little, (for she was but Eight Years old) was conveyed from Kennington , beside Lambeth , through Southwark , to the Tower of London ; and such a Multitude of People

    Book 5, Chapter 29 [Penny Post.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Fire Office.]

    North and South, Hockingham, Holloway , Hornchurch , Hornsey , Hothwel, Hoxton . Ilford , Islington . Kempton Park , Kennington , Kensington Town and Gravel Pits, Kentish Town , Kew , Kingsland , Kingstonwick, Knightsbridge . Lambeth Town and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (preferred) or by letter enclosing stamp for reply, to Mr. T. FAIEHEAD y 117, Brixtoa Road, London, S. W., near Kennington 0 Oats. P Goohelwoh efelyohiad twyft Iua oAlloook'sPsorous ic Plaster.-MeWn Canlyiiad ir gwerthlant rhyfaddol v rose y pkWters enWog Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddechren yrwythnos, or ystyried y moddion mwyaf priodol i ddwyn hyny oddiamgylch. Y Sabbath O'r bUen, gweddiai finer defodol SLAgnes, Kennington. dros -Arthur Tootb,' ae yna.dros y rhai oedd y afilonyddu heddwrch yr Eglwys- erltnwyr Tooth, neo y rhai oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naupg 3 cyfwynld gweddial air ran y Psabone'wy opde cyfdwyniad cyffelyb trwy wedd. atr fctreft 41bEin EgiwYS St. loan, yn Kennington, gan My. Atftm"41 curad. Wedi cyfeirio mewn iaith gymerkdqyowibt r rinweddan y Pab blaenlroi, dymunddd ir i*ddiW Wy gynulleidfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y QUI'~ NE BITTERS came enwan Dr S.muol J. J. kirkby, ff,R,C S. LSA, Lond., Thrale Dr G, A. Joooe,,M.D., Kennington l Ur A. Jenkinis, MCLoad., M,R,C,P, Edin., Rio do Janeiro, Deheu America ;Dr J1. Ellis, Ml,R,C,S., L,S,A., &c., St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymeradwyant y QUININE BITTERS cawn enwan Dr Samuel J. JD Kirby, MT,C,S, L,S,A, Land,, Thrale* Dr G. A. Jones -fD, Kennington; Dr A. Jenkins, M,R,C,S, Lond., MRCP, Edin., Rio de Janeir., Deheu America; Dr J. Ellis, MRCS., ,SA., &e., St Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Mundy Grove Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 744 Lodge Number (1863): 506 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Boat Inn, Kennington, Shipley Gate, Derbyshire 1844

    Kennington Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1381 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Surrey Tavern, Kennington Oval, Kennington, London 1872 Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, Kennington, London 1881

    Lodge of United Pilgrims

    Kennington Lane, Kennington, London 1845 Clayton Arms, Kennington Oval, Kennington, London 1848 Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, Kennington, London 1854 Manor House Tavern, Penton Place, Kennington, London 1855 Surrey Club, Kennington Oval, Kennington, London 1862 Durham Arms, Harleyford Road,

    Brixton Lodge

    (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1949 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Brixton Hall, Acre Lane, Brixton, London 1882 Horns Tavern, Kennington Park Road, Kennington, London 1890

    Archbishop Tenison Lodge

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Archbishop Tenison's Grammar School, Kennington, Oval, London, England 1930 Hotel Rembrandt, Thurloe Place, London, England 1947 Archbishop Tenison's Grammar School, Kennington, Oval, London, England 1950 Shuttleworth's, 1 Aldwych, London, England 1985 Mark

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EAST, William (c.1695-1737), of the Manor House, Kennington, Surr. and Hall Place, Hurley, Berks.

    of the Manor House, Kennington, Surr. and Hall Place, Hurley, Berks. Constituency Dates St Mawes 2 Mar. 1728 1734 Ofifces Held Commr. for wine licences 1719-27. Biography The son of a wealthy barrister, belonging to a prominent city of London

    ELLIS, Thomas, of Kennington, Kent.

    Thomas, of Kennington, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Suss. June 1409 (disputed estates), Kent Dec. 1411 (sales of unsealed cloth), Jan. 1414 (lollards), Mar. 1426 (theft of a ship's cargo); sewers Nov. 1411, Oct.

    EDGELEY, alias HUNT, Adam.

    July 1403, then for the Crown-prob. d. Ofifces Held Commr. to make an arrest Jan. 1406. Ofifces Held Keeper of Kennington palace, Surr. 9 Oct. 1419-prob. d. Biography Edgeley was a retainer of Edmund, earl of Stafford, who, in June

    ELLIS, William, of Burton in Kennington and Canterbury, Kent.

    of Burton in Kennington and Canterbury, Kent. Constituency Dates Canterbury May 1382 Canterbury Feb 1383 Canterbury Nov. 1384 Canterbury Feb 1388 Canterbury 1395 Ofifces Held Jt. searcher, Kingsdown, Kent 1 May 1371-3 Oct. 1374 Ofifces Held Commr. of sewers, Kent

    CLAYTON, William Robert (1786-1866), of The Cottage, Great Marlow, Bucks.

    at Stone Hall, near Westerham, Surrey. William Clayton inherited from his father the lease of the 86-acre demesne manor of Kennington, across the Thames from Westminster, which belonged to the duchy of Cornwall. It had been in the hands of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    Form of the faid Statute, by the Oath of Sir William Richard/on of Bermond¬ fey Knight, Sir Abraham Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of Clapham Knight, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey Knight, Jojias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Efquire, Percival Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    Form of the faid Statute, by the Oath of Sir *e William Richardfon of Bermondfey Knight, Sir Abraham Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of Clapham Knight, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey Knight, Jofias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Efquire, Per- Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1746, 28 July 1746

    of the faid Statute, by the Oath of Sir " William Richardfon of Bermondfiy Knight, Sir Abraham " Shard of Kennington Knight, Sir Thomas Hankey of (i Clapham Knighr, Sir Peter Thompfon of Bermondfey " Knight, Jofias Wordfworth of Adfcomb Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1776, 13 May 1776

    after his Deceafe, to make building and improving Leafes of certain Lands and Premifes, Part of the Ma¬ nor of Kennington, in the County of Surrey, held by Letters Patent from His Majefty as Part of the Duchy of Cornwall; Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1802, 1 June 1802

    mon Arable Lands, Common Meadow, Common « Pafture, Wafte and other Commonable Lands and w Grounds, within the Townfhip of Kennington, in the « Parifhes of Sunningwell and Radley, in the County of " Berks " to which they defire Subscribers-only content

 

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