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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warnham Economic history

    in the Middle Ages may possibly also date from that period, for instance Chatfolds , Tanners , Betchetts, Sands , Mayes , and Westons farms. 93 Farm s mentioned in the 16th century included Cradles 94 (the modern Rowhook Manor

    Warnham

    there was parkland at Warnham Lodge and at Northlands in the northwest of the parish, 78 and in 1896 at Mayes north of Warnham village, at the modern Broomlands Farm south of it, and at Ends Place (then called Warnham

    The ancient parish of Barking Introduction

    23 was probably applied at first to the point where the stream crossed the main Romford road . 24 The Mayes Brook, which rises north of Chadwell Heath , flows south-west, to Barking Creek . The name, recorded from the

    Parishes North Ockendon

    -1, was replaced in 1908 . 152 PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. An application was made in 1725 for the house of John Mayes , blacksmith, to be licensed for Presbyterian meetings. 153 There is no later record of organized nonconformist activities in

    Tottenham Protestant nonconformity

    1971 47 and used as such in 1972 , when a brick and stone hall stood at the corner of Mayes Road and Hornsey Park Road . Eldon Road Strict Baptist church, Wood Green , was the creation of seceders

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anld Co., Salford, sizers; as far as regards J. Hervey-F. W. and E. Pritchard, Hodnet, Shropshire, drapers-T. Maring ed lV. Mayes, Cannomile street, carmen- J. asd F. Binns, lalifasx, ssillwrigts-J. Cheethamn and Co. Oldham, cotton slsinners-J. Sharp and Co. Carlisle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bed in the second floor. A fellow-servant named Sophia Mayes visited her frequently, and at each visit she said she was better. At one o'clock p.m. the same day Mayes visited her again, when she said she thought she Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    comttittee, including the chairman and vice-chair. man of the board who visited the asylum, accompanied by Messrs Winch, Rebbeck, and Mayes. and certified that they had examined the appearance and condition of the children, kc., and were able to report Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    carman. [Howard, Quality court, Chancery lane.-C L Alforth, Lonsdale terrace, Barnes, Surrey, timber dealer. [White and Sons, Bedford row.-H J Mayes, Stoke Ferry, Norfolk, cattle dealer. [Sole and Co, Aldermanbury.-G Penton, Basingstoke, maltster. l Joltiton and WVeatheralls, Tetiple.-D Ramsay, Forest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the rocket apparatus was used with good effect, and the crew wvere saved, with the exception of a lad named Mayes, a relative of the master, who was washed from the rigging and drowned. The schooner Liglrt of the Harem, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 December 1699, 9 December 1699

    this Caufe, on the Behalf of Robert Mayes; and praying the Reverfal of the faid Decrees: It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled, That the faid Robert Mayes may have a Copy of the Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1699, 9 January 1700

    committed ; which Committee is to meet on Wednefday the Four and Twentieth Day of this Inftant January, at Ten of the Clock in the Forenoon. BP- of tetters. Scotch Sei merit at D rien. Herbert •verfus Mayes. Adjounj. After Subscribers-only content

    10 January 1699, 10 January 1700

    this Houfe, upon the Debate and Confidera- tion of that Matter ; and report to the Houfe : Herbert •verfus Mayes. Ad! ijourn. Domini tarn Spirituales quani Temporales prccfentes fuerunt: Ds. Cornwallis* Ds. Godolphin. Ds. Haverßam. Comes Pembroke^ Prsefes. Vifcount Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1790, 12 April 1790

    Domini tarn Spirkuales quam Temporales prssfentes fuerunt: to judges Truftees of Upon reading the Petition of John Carill Worßey and Mayes s ^ jQ]m Markland, Truftees of certain Lands, fituate, lying, and being in Mancheßer, in the County Palatine of Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1790, 20 April 1790

    3O Geo. Ill Journals of the Houfe of Lords. c< ade Judgement. reverted. •& to argue the Errors affigned upon the faid Writ of " Error, and hearing the unanimous Opinion of the " Judges upon Two Queftions of Subscribers-only content

 

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