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    Dedham Nonconformity

    a Presby- terian. 43 A weekly Quaker Meeting in 1675 , which attracted people from the Horkesleys, Boxted , and Manningtree , 44 seems to have been short- lived. An elder of a General Baptist church at Dedham attended the Victoria County History

    Dedham Education

    There were only 34 on the roll when the school closed in 1937 ; the senior boys were transferred to Manningtree and the juniors to Dedham Mixed school. The building was later converted to a private house. 78 For several Victoria County History

    Mount Bures Introduction Mount Bures c. 1850 Mount Bures , Wakes Colne and Chappel, 1881

    footpaths link the scat tered farms and houses. The River Stour Navigation Co. made the Stour navigable for barges from Manningtree to Sudbury (Suff.) between 1705 and 1709 , with a quay at Bures St. Mary just a mile outside Victoria County History

    Wormingford Introduction Wormingford 1838

    but fled into the Mere when pursued. 43 The River Stour Navigation Co. made the Stour navigable for barges from Manningtree to Sudbury between 1705 and 1709 , and before 1793 built a canal to bypass Wormingford watermill on the Victoria County History

    Social and cultural institutions

    In 1829 the Colchester Courier , a Liberal paper, founded the previous year as the Sickle by Samuel Haddon of Manningtree , was incorporated into the Gazette , which was then issued jointly by Haddon and C. J. Ward . Victoria County History

    Parishes Hardwick

    Hardwick which together with a number of lesser tenements answered for 1/2 knight's fee. 44 In 1379 Thomas Harding of Manningtree ( Essex ) and others were authorized to alienate 50 a. of land and 4 s . rent in Victoria County History

    Communications The Railway Hotel , 1843

    and northwards to Norwich in 1849 , and built a branch west to Hadleigh (Suff.) in 1847 and east from Manningtree to Harwich in 1854 . 11 The Eastern Counties' London-Colchester service was notoriously slow and unreliable, the company being Victoria County History

    Protestant nonconformity

    two weeks meeting was reconstituted as a monthly meeting for the town only, the two remaining rural meetings becoming the Manningtree monthly meeting. The two monthly meetings merged in 1772 . 14 The number of Quakers in Colchester and its Victoria County History

    Parishes Toft

    146 In 1279 the prioress held 60 a. in Toft of Alexander Head . 147 In 1379 Thomas Harding of Manningtree and others granted 50 a. in Hardwick and Toft to the priory, 148 which in 1428 was returned as Victoria County History


    Mann , A. J., T., Thos., family, Manners , Sir Geo ., n Sir John , n Manning , Alderman, Manningtree , Mannock , Thos. and his w. Denise, family, Mansell , Edm., Jane, see Hene Ralph, Mantell , Matt., Victoria County History

    Index K-Z

    w. Sarah, see Godschall Manning : Clarissa Peach , Eliz. Adelaide , F. J., Jas., Louisa, Rose Frances , Mr., Manningtree , Mansfield , fam., Mantell : (or Blosse), Rob., Mat., Map , Wal., March , Hen., Margaret of Anjou Victoria County History

    Victoria County History

    294-5 and see Bocking ; Bumpste ad, Steeple; Chigwell ; Chrishall ; Colchester ; Epping ; Ingatestone ; Littlebury ; Manningtree ; Rivenhall ; Roding, White; Sandon ; Stansted Mountfitchet Essex hunt , 296-7 Ethelflaed , w. of Ethelwin, 128 Victoria County History

    RAYNSFORD (RAINFORTH), Sir John (by 1482-1559), of Bradfield, Essex.

    1541 the King stayed with him at Bradfield, and about this time he acquired for £500 the ex-monastic manor of Manningtree, Essex, and lands in Devon and Suffolk, although not without a hitch: his former parliamentary colleague Rich, now chancellor History of Parliament

    FORDHAM, Simon (d.1400), of Colchester, Essex.

    1387-8, 1392-3, 1398-1400; bailiff 1382-3, 1386-7, 1390-1, 1393-4, 1395-6. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Essex Dec. 1390 (damage done at Manningtree during the Peasants’ Revolt); to levy a fine of 2,000 marks Feb. 1398; of gaol delivery, Colchester Feb. 1399. History of Parliament

    BARKER, Robert III (1563-1618), of Bildeston, Suff.; later of Monkwick, Essex.

    and it may have been he who was on the county commission of the peace 1597-1603. He inherited land in Manningtree and Wenden, Essex, and by 1597 had settled at Monkwick, near Colchester, which he had bought in 1592; he History of Parliament

    FRANCIS, Thomas (d.1416/17), of Colchester, Essex.

    Colchester May 1379. Ofifces Held Commr. of gaol delivery, Colchester castle Nov 1388; inquiry, Essex Dec. 1390 (damage done at Manningtree during the Peasants’ Revolt); arrest June 1391; oyer and terminer Nov. 1397; to treat for payment of a fine History of Parliament

    MANNERS SUTTON, Charles (1780-1845), of Palace Yard, Westminster, Mdx. and Mistley Hall, Manningtree, Essex

    Yard, Westminster, Mdx. and Mistley Hall, Manningtree, Essex Constituency Dates Scarborough 1806 1832 Cambridge University 1832 10 Mar. 1835 Ofifces Held Judge adv.-gen. Nov. 1809-June 1817; PC 8 Nov. 1809; bencher, L. Inn 1817; commr. for building new churches 1818; History of Parliament

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