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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Streatham

    held 2 hides in Leigham of the king in chief. 120 Ber mondsey Abbey . Party gules and azure a border argent . In 1165 Henry II confirmed the monks of Bermondsey in the possession of Leigham , 121 an

    Parishes Bermondsey

    , Camberwell (part of), Rotherhithe , the hide of Southwark , Dulwich , Waddon and Reyham (probably an error for Leigham in Streatham ) all pertained to Bermondsey as having once formed part of the manor which was of the

    Lambeth The parish

    to an account in the 16th century lay 'between Deane Green and the wood called Norwood , and common called Leigham Common to the west of it,' 253 which places it in the southern part of the parish towards Lower

  • * British History Online * *

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    Streatham

    Streatham STREATHAM. Etymology . This place derives its name from having been situated near the great Roman road from Arundel to London; strete signifying in the Saxon language a highway, and ham a dwelling. The Normans, with little attention

    General Index, L, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    letter to Maj.-general and commissioners of places in receivers for Leigh , Henry Thos. Thos. (Williamson's pupil) Woolley, his father Leigham , lands in Leighton , co. Chester Leith , near Edinburgh citadel commissioners at inhabitants of letters dated from Subscribers-only content

    General index

    General index GENERAL INDEX. A. ABBOT , Archbishop, account of his funeral, 196. Addington , account of the parish of, 1. Name, boundaries, and soil, ibid . The manors, 2, 3. Singular tenure, 5. The church, 6. The rectory

    Henry VIII, May 1524, 21-25, 01 May 1524-31 May 1524

    . 8 s . 11 d .; exp., 35 l . 12 s . 5 d. Suff .: Third of Leigham, 4 l . 1 s . Lands purchased. Linc .: Castrop, Broughton and Manby, 29 l . 4 s

    Index, L, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (Labacum), in Carniola, 3488, 4639. -, bishop of, 3127. Layborne (Laybour), Jas., g. 137 (10), g. 1610 (11). Layham (Legham, Leigham), Suff., 367, 4424, 4473, 5076. Laykyn , Thos., p. 234. Laylord , Mrs., 6750. Layn , John, 3587 (5

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been proved, with personalty i as follows :-Of Mr. William Brass, late Old Street, St.i Luke's, and The Elms, Leigham Court Road, Surrey, ] builder and contractor; exceeding £162,000.-Of Mr. Herbert Clarke, late of Woodfield, Lustleigh, Devon, s and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Siegmund Ochs, late of No. 83, ,Batton Garden, merchant; upwards of £228,000. Of ,Mr. William Knowles, formerly of Ribblesdale House, ,Leigham Court Road, Streatbamii, and late of No. 48, MIootgate Street, and of Langley House, Slougb, merchant; -over £120,000. Of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birmirtham. iFoster, Sampsson Lloyd, Euq, Walsall (Director of the qiriniogham Banking Company), Dlisks, John, EEoI., Birming~ham, ManufactUrer. Tredvreli, John, beq. Leigham Court, Brixton Hill, London. Trediecil, Wlirnam. Eat,, TIhe Oskiand. Htandeworth. (With poweor to add ta their number,) MANAGINGO DlRZXVOR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1874, and July 13, 1875, of AIr. John Tredwell, late of Leigham Court, Streat- hamn Hill, who died on Docember 13 last, were proved, on the 17th tit., by Mrs. Maria Tredwell, the widow, George Wythes, and Henry Worton Elliott, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the insti- tution of a suit in the Divorce Court. 'While the suit was pending M~rs. iticrdo lived at Leigham Court Road, fitreatsam HLill; and before it was ripe for hearing her husband died, Be had made a will Subscribers-only content

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