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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mortlake

    Parishes MortlakeMORTLAKE Mortelaga and Mortelage (xi cent.); Mortelake and Mortelak (xiv and xv cent.). Mortlake lies south of the Thames between Barnes and Putney on the east, Richmond on the west and Kingston on the south. It measures roughly

    Archaeology The Neolithic Age NEOLITHIC PERIOD NEOLITHIC PERIOD

    made with the finger-tips. 99 Ebbsfleet pottery developed into Mortlake ware, typified by a bowl (now in the British Museum ) and other pottery from the Thames at Mortlake . Mortlake pottery is generally cruder and clumsier than Ebbsfleet ware

    Archaeology The Beaker Period BEAKER PERIOD Daggers

    Thames at Mortlake 83 on the same occasion as the Cord-Zoned beaker was found there, 84 as well as two beakers of a similar type. 85 Three LongNecked beakers have also been dredged from the Thames between Mortlake and Putney

    The hundred of Brixton Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF BRIXTON

    Lambeth , Walworth , Streatham , Barnes , Merton , Mortlake , Tooting and Wandsworth . 1 Rotherh ithe was then included in Bermondsey , and Wimbledon and Putney in Mortlake . Southwark is not entered in the Survey under

    Parishes Barnes

    and Suss . i, 473. J. E. Anderson , Hist. of Mortlake . A few of the pictures are at Barn Elms ; see below. Anderson , Hist. of Mortlake . Ibid. (quoting from court rolls). Anderson , Hist. of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Clapham. Camberwell.

    Leach . Francis Bridges , late Citizen and Salter of London . George Langham, Esq; 1683 . Tho. Juxon of Mortlake , Gent. 1705 . Andrew Crawley , 1690 . And Jospeh his Son. And Will. Manistie, his Grandson. And

    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    a marvellous Provision to inclose and retain such Fish as should come about the same. From Brentford it passeth by Mortlake , Putney , Fulham , Battersey, Chelsey , Lambeth , and so to London . Our famous River being

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ilodgson, jun. Colemanastreet, merchant-- I Xily 16. J. Cunningham, Epsom,. shopkeeper,-July 6. J, Lodge, London-wali, carpenter.-Jurly 23, J. Bridger, jun. Mortlake, tallow-ehandlen-Jtly Iy S. Colecom, Bow-street, bricklayer,-June 28. J. Mlars- 0ltit, Manchester, mercltant.-July 23. W, 'Randoll, Pope's Hea4-aliey, broker.July 23, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nforfolk, brewer.- Feb. 16. J. Lockwond, Benston York, dealer,-Dlasch 7. J. White Ctaveu-buildings, City Road, merehant.-Feb. 4. J. Btidger, Jua. Mortlake, Surrrey, tallon-chaudler.- Feb. 4. T. Iteirnan, Gray's Itn-square, inooes-scrivener.- March S. T. Middleton, Liverpool, cotton san~tfactorer.- Jan. 30. J.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SooIer', to Lady Carelico 1lar -riet Y orke, vouzng6st dau ahter oF tle Earl of Hardivicl:e. On the 7th inst.:at Mortlake, Franci Seymour Larelen r, to Catharine Elizabeth- seoond deughter-of Frederick Rr2C22, Esq. of Uppier East iSheen.'- - DEATHS. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon the sub- Jectli She then took leave of her mother and the object of her affections, and returned to Mortlake. Whien they got to their journey's end, Miss Reilly was ab-ent, ona visit to a friend'sI *;hey hotl followed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coi brook, Tariorley, Cheshire, cheesefactor. (- 'silner, Ryde, Isle of&igbt, dealer. J. iienricksen, Lichfiee'l, cotton-spinner. J. and J. B. Phillip', Mortlake, Surrey, ironmonigerT. P. Giblett, New Bond- treet, cad W. Giblett, Micklefield-llall, I elettvdi ehire, Li lvi cers. Ti. Pratt, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERBERT, Sir William (c.1554-93), of St. Julian's and Tintern, Mon. and Mortlake, Surr.

    St. Julian's and Tintern, Mon. and Mortlake, Surr. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1584 Monmouthshire 1586 Monmouthshire 1593 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Glam. 1577-8; dep. constable Conway castle 1579; j.p. Mon., sheriff 1579-80, custos rot, by 1583, dep. lt. by 1593; vice-pres. of

    WALTER, Robert (d.c.1594), of Mortlake, Surr.

    (d.c.1594), of Mortlake, Surr. Constituency Dates Droitwich 1593 Biography Walter was a stranger to Droitwich, which usually returned local men; presumably he came into Parliament for the borough because of his connexion with Ralph Sheldon, who owned salt-pans there. His

    TYRWHITT, Sir Robert I (by 1504-72), of Mortlake, Surr. and Leighton Bromswold, Hunts.

    I (by 1504-72), of Mortlake, Surr. and Leighton Bromswold, Hunts. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire 1545 Huntingdonshire Apr. 1554 Huntingdonshire 1559 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body by 1525; chamberlain, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumb. 13 Sept. 1525; j.p. Hunts. 1536, 1544, 1554-d., Lincs. (Lindsey)

    MUNCK, Levinus (c.1568-1623), of London and Mortlake, Surr.

    of London and Mortlake, Surr. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn 1601 Ofifces Held Sec. to Sir Robert Cecil c.1596-1612; clerk of the signet in reversion 1603; keeper of state papers 1610-14; commr. to accompany Princess Elizabeth to Germany 1613. Biography Munck

    COLSTON, Edward II (1636-1721), of Mortlake, Surr.

    II (1636-1721), of Mortlake, Surr. Constituency Dates Bristol 1710 1713 Ofifces Held Appr. Mercers’ Co. 1654–62, freeman 1673; freeman, Bristol 1683; freeman, Merchant Venturers’ Soc., Bristol 1683; hon. guardian, Bristol corporation of the poor 1696. Ofifces Held Member, R. African

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1760, 11 March 1760

    empower John Spencer Efquire to make Leafes of the Manor of Wimbledon, and of Lands and Grounds in Wimbledon, Barnes, Mortlake, Eafl Sheen, Putney, and Wdndfworth, in the County of Surry, given and devifed by, and purchafed in Purfuance of Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1760, 26 March 1760

    tt it i< i< l< u it it the Manor of Wimbledon, and of Lands and Grounds in Wimbledon, Barnes, Mortlake, Eafl Sheen, Putney, and Wandfworth, in the County of Surry, given and devifed by, and purchafed in Purfuance of Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1760, 25 April 1760

    Spencer Efquire to make Leafes of the Manor of *' Wimbledon, and of Lands and Grounds in Wimbledon, " Barnes, Mortlake, Eafl Sheen, Putney, and Wandf- " worth, in the County of Surry, given and devifed by, " and purchafed Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1760, 22 May 1760

    " Efquire to make Leafes of the Manor of Wimbledon, " and of Lands and Grounds in Wimbledon, Barnes, " Mortlake, Eafl Sheen, Putney, and Wandfworth, in the " County of Surrey, given and devifed by, and pur- " chafed Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1760, 22 May 1760

    11 59. An Aft to empower John Spencer Efquire te " make Leafes of the Manor of Wimbledon, and of *' Lands and Grounds in Wimbledon, Barnes, Mortlake, * Eaß Sheen, Putney, and Wandfworth, in the County 7 " of Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    East Sheen Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Wigan Institute, Mortlake, Surrey, England 1920 Winchester House, Lower Richmond Road, Mortlake, Surrey, England 1923 Café Monico, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, England 1925 Clarendon Restaurant, Hammersmith, London, England

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 12th July 1848

    homme équivoque." - At ½ p. 5. I drove with Vicky, Bertie, & Lucy Kerr to Kew by Barnes & Mortlake , & visited Fanny Jocelyn in her little cottage, which she has made so pretty & sung & the

 

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