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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Church Langton

    to extend the benefits of the charity to parishes outside the Langtons . 37 It granted scholarships and exhibitions to places of secondary education, and children from the Langtons and neighbouring parishes 38 were awarded scholarships by competitive examination. 39

    The later middle ages The city's franchise and officers

    mayors were drawn was changing. Something of an epoch was marked by the end of the long dominance of the Langtons in 1463 . The first Nicholas, the ancestor of the line, had been a merchant, 43 but there is

    Parishes Sharnbrook

    the manors of Langtons (here so called for the first time) and Parentines for £240. 64 In 1573 Thomas Cobbe , whose family appear to have been settled in Sharnbrook for three generations, 65 died seised of Langtons Manor ,

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    have existed before the 19th century only six survive. Albyns , Dury Falls, and Lilliputs date from the 17th century, Langtons , Fairkytes, and Harrow Lodge from the eighteenth. Albyns , South End Road, takes its name from the Albyn

    Parishes Broxbourne with Hoddesdon

    of Langtons , whilst the part of Richard de St. Edmund, which seems to have descended to an heiress Margery wife of Ralph de Foxton , 133 became known as Foxtons. Langtons The part of the manor known as LANGTONS

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. . . I 1 0 and Scott . . I 1 0 Henry Wedgwood, Esq. 1 0 0 Langtons & Wheatley 1 1 0 J. B. White and Sons I 1 0 W. Leschallas, Esq. . I 1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    murdered some- how, in which case Mrs. Langton would divide the spoil. The Internationalist came to England, lived with the Langtons, and with his hair on end, his eyes on fire, and frenzy in his soul, lectured Mabel on Atheism, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so a Es m..t -scsi, tl"lest partioulare frona It. IV. V., 23, Sausitos niflisld- :iz; iceipool, e134 ANTsMI)EDecotid-hasnd, delivered at Langtons, Nortts Stafford- W uer. i0 goo~ repair otsi thorousgh werktIag ondition, at Self-C it t ai Ci Cranse. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arid Y Lamb, 16, High Street. c103 7 1TOUsTltrespectabite) Wanteit, oir yeunsg hta,,, us Imropeo.r, bsv A.V .Crnensge,_Watchmaekr, Stisitord Street. Langtons. c!63 Di' I7INC aiid Copper NAileutter leape-rieuuce)l Wanteid. to 'Tote Z Chsargeof feurar thines. Worli cosil be oasil fortivo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Os" CId. projierty in the hands of creditors, .szt,r.0.; d! chancy, £024. 4 s 0 d ist se Shelleuy asisirIhos-hiems, Langtons, Ashisi isasi siCo. orts.- This was a first sitting for choice of assignetes, atteinded by- 3r. Smith and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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