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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kennett Manor and other estates

    and heir, Mrs. F. L. Sickles, sold Kennett Hall with 400 a. to Mr. G. Lofts in 1958 . 81 It was owned by the Lofts estate at Fordham during the late 20th century. 82 Following the division of the

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Lesnes or Westwood

    . in Cambridgeshire , making a total of £34 13 s . 2 d . yearly. The church of Wenden Lofts 11 in Essex , and a moiety of the church of Godstone in Surrey , belonged to it from

    Bridgwater Churches

    nos. 729, 786. S.R.O., DD /X/SR 5, p. 114. F. B. Bond and B. Camm , Rood Screens and Rood Lofts , i. ( 1909 ), 150; A. H. Powell , Bridgwater in Later Days , opp. p. 216. S.R.O.,

    Hanborough Church

    Sherwood , Guide to Chs. of Oxon . 55. Parker, Guide , 145. F. E. Howard , 'Screens and Rood Lofts in Oxon .' Arch. Jnl . lxvii. 188. St. John 's Coll . Mun. XXXVII . 5, pp. 16-25.

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Tilty

    while sums of over £1 came from Chigwell , Aythorpe Roding , Littlebury , Elmdon , High Easter , Wenden Lofts , Easton , Takeley and Thaxted , and smaller sums from twenty-three other places. Cambridgeshire contributed £48 6 s

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 5 Limestreet Ward. Leadenhall.

    but not closed up: The Lofts above were partly used by the Painters, in working for the decking of Pageants and other Devices, for beautifying of the Watch and Watchmen. The residue of the Lofts were letten out to Merchants,

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward.

    the Stone Work . The Parishioners of the Parish being of late Years mightily encreased, the Church is pestered with Lofts and Seats for them. This Church was repaired and beautified in the Year of our Lord God 1621 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Families of France, cnnillneIlng with those.o I DnoarEaT the Fiist, who Vas boded in-63S, and ending with the children of Lofts XVI; buried i c 17S9. Tlhe Thoces VeTrbaL, or Minutes of this Mummery, at winch all the Great Officers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suent into theSoluth before ? aid did he then value himlseF upon beuier lie descandarti of H-,iix.v IV., oir Gb Lofts XIV., and Louis the 'SinfLors the Cru- sadierci-vlih, out of hins exceedingfihrictianity, -went to cut up tie Turks ? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, painter. Attornies, Messrs. Blackstoc; and Bunce, Temple. a S. Hext, Hardingtton-Mandeville, Somersetshire, sailcloth. maker. Attornies, Messrs. Holme, Frarmptos, and Lofts, New-inn. E. Pearson and L. Claude, Liverpool, merchants. Attorie., Messrs. Lowe and Bower, London. J. George, Park-street, milliner. Attorney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y.RO.; THE LOt-Ni-N OAZETTRS.-' MvO, A-ipril 1. i';4 'A9. 'YL FBRxrItS DI:Da-Gr. 530 Vs, fodiey, Y:orkrshiv<, in nkee per. i. R. r'AE Eppin?, Essex, dr"per. [Brrnett & Paul, Sise ,BarI&er"Ibury, 5l. . Sr.r: I'auoten, Sornerie;>';iele Jeraper. [Sole, AdldernmaxTurY. ;. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Health, 2 Hamilo place, Nor eoad, Lo'ndon, hay, 1409. GenerlDpt nLno o the Sale of the Meduietse Medical DissneOfie35Stad Air Lofts, 3 Park place, Mbils End Mrs Twvell, l adouHlbo. road. Isl Good, WetrMrnh 2besses Hatunay and Co. 63 Oxford Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Accounts, December 1559 - December 1561

    Bishop or Commissioners) that it might be pulled down. In Oct. 1561, a special injunction was issued as to rood lofts ( vide note 1, p. 193); but here the parish anticipates the order. The first book of Homilies was

    General Index, L, 01 April 1633-30 April 1634

    Lockton , William Lodgers in London contrary to proclamation for gentry to go to their country houses , returns of Lofts , Edward, letter of Loftus , Adam, Viscount Ely, Lord Chancellor of Ireland letters to Logwood , exportation of Subscribers-only content

    State Papers, 1656, January (5 of 9), 01 January 1656-31 January 1656

    00 Robert Newport of Chesterford, gent. 05 00 00 Coll. John Mildmay of Danbury 06 07 00 Thomas Mead of Lofts, esq; 21 00 00 John Crush of Kopwell, gent. 02 00 00 Richard Luckin of Dyehall, esq; 31 17

    Index of persons and Places, U, Z

    Index of persons and Places U, Z U. Underdowne (Underdown), John, collector and surveyor, Rochester port, dismissed, 227; information against, 12, 234; seizures by, 6, 12, 13. Underore. See Windsor Underore. Unshinagh , Glenarm barony, co. Antrim, 352. Upcott

 

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