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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woodford Manors

    described as a manor or farm. 75 In 1547, after the Dissolution, Edward VI granted the tenement called Buckhurst alias Monkhill and the wood called Monkgrove to Alderman Sir John Lyon of London and Alice his wife in part-exchange for

    Parishes Marsh Baldon Sketch-map of the Villages of Marsh and Toot Baldon about 1730

    Humphrey Atherton is said to have inclosed more land-Hanging Lands and the holding called Braziers. The latter was 'placed in Monkhill ' and was set out by meer stones by a Chancery order. 199 Thus, by the mid-17th century a

  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 2, August 1547, 01 August 1547-31 August 1547

    August 1547 August 1547 Aug. 30. Westminister. 7. Grant to John Lyon and Alice his wife, of the tenement called Buckhurst alias Monkhill, in the parishes of Woodford and Chigwel, co. Essex, late belonging to the monastery of Stratford Langthorne. Subscribers-only content

    America and West Indies, July 1699, 17-20, 01 July 1699-31 July 1699

    agreed. The Governor signed payments to Major Martin for guns and flints and to Justice Duncombe for the cisterns of Monkhill. The Council agreed with the proposal of the Assembly that the prison should be paved and fitted and the

    General Index, M, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    Mulgrave , Earl of, see Sheffield, Edmund. Mumbles , the, co. Glamorgan road of Munck , John Munckenhill , otherwise Monkhill, otherwise Buckhurst, co. Essex Munday , Robert Munk , Edward Murray , Patrick Murray , Patrick, Earl of Tullibardine, Subscribers-only content

    West Ham

    rectory of Maplested; lands called Westlands, in Gynge Mounteney; messuages in Coryngham; marshes in Hadley and Little Thurrock; Buckhurst, alias Monkhill, in Woodford and Chigwell; divers lands and houses in Westham; houses in London, & c. & c. Pat. 32

    Charles I - volume 173, September, 1630, 01 September 1630-30 September 1630

    by George Lyon at the same court, of the lands and chattels of felons happening at Buckhurst, otherwise Munckenhill, otherwise Monkhill, in the same parishes of Woodford and Chigwell. [ Written on the same sheet as the preceding article . Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Place(s): Shafton (Shafton) : undefined Participant: John Bowman [Bowman] Role: witness Details: male; 34 Location: Pontefract (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Monk Hill (Monkhill) : undefined Participant: Anne Atkinson [Atkinson] Role: witness Details: male; 59; widow Location: Pontefract (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Pontefract (Pontefract) :


    Location: Thorner (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thorner (Thorner) : manor Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Pollington (Pollington) : manor Location: Pontefract (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Monkhill (Munckhill) : manor Location: Snaith (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Balne (Bawne) : undefined Balne Croft (Bawnecroft) : undefined Spelling modernisedCowick, East

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marc F. A. Mennons, Paris, improved apparatus for the ad- ministration of vapour baths. Dated February 10, 1882. William Wood, Monkhill, Yorkshire, improvements in tha proceos of manufacturing pomfret or liquorice cakes. Dated February 11, 1832. Marc F. A. Mennons, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    method of mashing. Dated Jume 11, 1863. George Haseltine, London, improvements iu brick machines. Dated July 8, 1803. 'William Wood, Monkhill, Yorkshire, improvements in warp- ing, or covering land, bog, or peat with earth or soil. Dated Jul 14, 1.Es3. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, 623. and NoSct . i.n PoNTIATnicr.Old idorough and Township of Pontefract, Pontefract, * . PArilc-ditdrict, ::nd -Townships of Tanshelf, Monkhill, Knottingley, Tonus 'Frrybnidge; and Cirletoi; been *tnr. Toohip of Ripen, and the Soriern extremity of the o ieariy disjointed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -been gone througis, the followissg but gentlemen were sworn on tlhe - pet GRtAND JURY: ofI Wmn. Perfect Essq., of Monkhill;, banker, For-ensoon. roe -Mr. Thoulas Brooste, of Biidsworths, gentleman. doo Mr. John Bell, of Saxton-cum.-Scarhgwell, farmer. ho Mr. Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ) Agbrigg, Normanton, Snydale Featherston, Ackton, Purston X Jaglin, otherwise Purston Jackling, Pontefract Park District, fle A'onfret, otherwise Pontefract, 'janshelf. Monkhill, Ferry- of bnrislge, otherwise Ferryfrystois, tinoitingley, Kellingtey, TA heal, otherwise Boaghalt, elltuginon, Whitley Egborodigh, ¶sa Gowdall, Pollingion, Snaith, Cowick, Subscribers-only content

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