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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Lewisham

    the time of his brother King Eadwi, granted to the abbey Lewisham and its appurtenances of Greenwich , Woolwich , Mottingham , and Combe to hold as fully as he had held them in demesne, and as formerly Elstrudis had

    Walthamstow Education and charities

    262 A school for missionaries' sons, which was added in 1842 , moved to Blackheath in 1857 and later to Mottingham ( Kent ). 263 The girls school was enlarged in 1866 264 and in 1882 moved to Sevenoaks (

    Index A - K

    125 sheriff of, see Hamon dapifer and see Canterbury ; Charlton ; Chiddingstone ; Dartford ; Eltham ; Greenwich ; Mottingham ; Rochester ; Sevenoaks ; Sissinghurst ; Woolwich ; Woolwich , North Ketelby , Thos., 262 Kidd , Wm.,

    Index L - Z

    (formerly Lond. District Empire Palaces) Ltd., 65 Motley ,-, a curate (fl. 1630), 172 Motor Omnibus Construction Co. , 271 Mottingham ( Kent ), 312 Moulins : Adela de, see Montfort Sim. de, 326 Mountjoy , Ld., see Blount Mountnessing

  • * British History Online *

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    this hamlet is 17. The inhabitants of Mottingham enjoy the same privileges as those of Eltham; this hamlet having been included in the grants referred to in p. 397. The great tithes of Mottingham were given by Ansgot, Chamberlain to

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 12 June 1643, 12 June 1643-12 June 1643

    one Mare, and one Nag, belonging to Mr. Wm. Stiles ; and one Nag. belonging to Mr. Tho. Foster of Mottingham ; be likewise forthwith restored unto them. Money for Army. Ordered , That it be especially recommended unto the


    miles from London. The parish is bounded by Bromley, Orpington, Paul's Cray, Foot's Cray, Eltham, and the extraparochial hamlet of Mottingham. It contains about 2500 acres; the cultivated land is almost wholly arable, there are about 500 acres of woodland


    distance of six miles from London, and one from Greenwich. The parish is bounded by Eltham; the extraparochial hamlet of Mottingham; Bromley; Lewisham; Charlton, and the extraparochial hamlet of Kidbrook. It contains about 1060 acres of land, of which about


    Woolwich. The inhabitants of Woolwich, as tenants of the Royal manor, enjoy the same privileges as those of Eltham and Mottingham. See Pat. 21 Edw. III. pt. 2. m. 2.; and Pat. 6 Hen. IV. pt. 1. m. 8. The

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALSINGHAM, Sir Thomas (1561-1630), of Scadbury, Chislehurst, Kent.

    reign of Edward III, included Scadbury and lands in Chislehurst, St. Paul’s Cray, Footscray, St. Mary Cray, North Cray, Eltham, Mottingham, Lee, Orpington, Bromley and Bexley. But they were heavily encumbered both by his father’s debts and by the generous

    COWLEY, Thomas (d.1422), of Oxford and Cowley, Oxon.

    partly occasioned by his absence elsewhere. In 1419 he and his feoffees acquired a large estate in Kent, situated at Mottingham in Chislehurst; while his second marriage, contracted about the same time, brought him the manor of Howbery in Crayford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hodson, Thrapston, North- amptonshire, linen draper-August 3, W. Parson, Southampton, grocer-August 2, S. Bache, Peckham, carpenter-August 3, W. Monk, jun. Mottingham, curnier-Auguist 7, J. and Sarah Owen, Sheffield, merchants-August 5, G. F. Wright, Ironbridge, Shrop- shire, innkeeper. CERTIFICATES to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    money scrivener-W. Hutclhinson, Suttons-upon-Trenr, seed crusher-C. HI. s ar-l ron, Fawley, Hampshire, snrgeon-J. Cottell, Cowes, Isle of Wight, plumber-T. Winter, Mottingham, builder. SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. T. Smith, Blairgowrie, grocer-IV. Houston, Old Camnock, Ayrshire, merchant -J. Reid, Glasgow, grocer. Friday, Septermber 28. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kirk, Nottingham, rope manufacturer-first div. of Is. 9d ., on Monday, May Il, or three following Mondays, at Mr4 BDaires, Mottingham. C. Richards, Nottingbam, cordwainer-first div. of lo. 6d.J Monday, May 16, and three following Mondays, at Mr. Harls's8 Nottighamn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pm. Birmingham Joint-Stock, Limited - 20t- Birrninghm and MIdland 140 -143 Lend Mortgage of India, Limited. db. Lloyds, Limited.?- 12 Mottingham JofntJStock, Limitet - - 8 di Shropahiro I .-.. - ..- Stourbrlneg anel KIdderminster~ _ ............. - 14 x Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young) Wanted, as Generai Sernant and to assis alady in a general village store, six milesfroma London. Good character-Mrs. ett, Mottingham, Kent, c2321 IE youg Person, o QERVANT.-Honest, industrious, resptalve yugero, for K Muse; assist in respectable bar.-21, Ruston Street, Subscribers-only content

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