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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lambeth, ironmonger- November 17, E. Hickman, Lombard street. bill broker-November 17, R. Wontner, Cloth- fair, wollen draper-November 17, H. Till, Moulsham, Essex, draper-November 15, G. W. Roberts, Adam's court, Broad street, merchant-November 15, J. Fell, Glovsop, Derbyshire, grocer-November 7, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chichester, builder-I. Holges, Wolverbampton, Staffordahire, vttck-loclk maker T. Trafford, Hatton, Lincoln. shire, innkbepes-Tr. Parry, Mold, Flintahie. draper-J. Mar. riate, jun. Moulsham, Essex, miller-G. B. Worboys, Bristal, perfumer. S(eOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. R. Strachan, Strathmartine, Forfarshire, flax spinner-D. Fergunson, Grees-oek, merchant-A. Ross, Ferry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, cloth weaver. W. M'Carthy. Portsmouth, clothier. J. Lister, Brighouse, Yorkshire, worsted spinner. W. Alsbury, Bath, licensed victualler. H. Martin, Moulsham, Essex, wheelwright. E. Brown, Harescomb, Gloucestershire, out of business. G. Standley, Northampton, plumber. R. Page, sen. Neithrop, Oxfordshire, out Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Pocock and Co. Norfolk street, Strand. J. Corrall, Boston, Lincolnshire, ship owner. [Hartley, Boston. DIVIDENDS. March 20, 3. Marriage, jun. Moulsham, Essex, miller-March 24, J. F. Cork and J. L. De Carle, New Bond street, coach builders -Mareto 24, T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the most part in small public- houses and beershops, such as, unhappily, abound in the poor and populous district of Moulsham. But I do not conceive that the amount of immorality is greater than what, I fear and grieve to Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MILDMAY, Thomas II (c.1540-1608), of Moulsham, Essex.

    II (c.1540-1608), of Moulsham, Essex. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 1563 Essex 1571 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex by 1571, q. by 1574, sheriff 1572-3, custos rot. c.1576, commr. piracy 1577, dep. lt. from 1584, commr. grain 1586; high steward, Maldon by 1603.

    MILDMAY, Thomas III (c.1573-1626), of Moulsham, Essex.

    III (c.1573-1626), of Moulsham, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex from 1591, sheriff 1608-9. Biography Mildmay was returned unopposed to Parliament for Maldon through his father’s influence. The chamberlain’s accounts for 1593 show the charges ‘about the

    MILDMAY, Thomas I (bef.1515-66), of Moulsham, Essex and London.

    I (bef.1515-66), of Moulsham, Essex and London. Constituency Dates Helston 1547 Helston Mar. 1553 Bodmin Oct. 1553 Helston 1555 Helston 1558 Lostwithiel 1559 Ofifces Held Auditor ct. of augmentations 1536-c.54; jt. auditor, duchy of Cornw. 1537, sole 1556; auditor ct.

    MILDMAY, Thomas (by 1515-66), of Moulsham, Essex and London.

    (by 1515-66), of Moulsham, Essex and London. Constituency Dates Helston 1547 Helston Mar. 1553 Bodmin Oct. 1553 Helston 1555 Helston 1558 Lostwithiel 1559 Ofifces Held Auditor, ct. augmentations, Cambs., Essex, Herts., Hunts., London, Mdx., Norf., Suff., 24 Apr. 1536-1 June

    CROSSE, Robert (d.1611), of London and Marten Abbey, Essex.

    he sent Cecil a petition to the King for relief. On 12 Sept. 1611 he made a nuncupative will at Moulsham, near Chelmsford, bequeathing his possessions to Gregory Fennor, who was to pay his debts and see him ‘christianly’ buried.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 May 1822, 24 May 1822

    " for paving the Footways, and for cleansing, lighting " and watching the Town of Chelmsford and Hamlet of " Moulsham, in the Parish of Chelmsford, in the County " of Esses." 11. " An Act for amending and enlarging Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1829, 24 March 1829

    on the Table. Chelmsford Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the -&Moulsham: Town of Chelmsford and Hamlet of Moulsham, in the County of Essex, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying, " That their Lordships will not concede to Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    ; Chilton, &c. ; and Pitstone, 26T.— Towersey; Brawdy; Hinderwell; Lyth ; Tingewick ; Great Missenden; Win- tringham; Chelmsford and Moulsham; Kirk Smeaton ; Norbury ; Nantewnlle; Steeple Claydon ; Thornborough ; Drayton Beauchamp ; and Old Ma'char, 268 Mearns Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    Bills, and Proceedings thereon—cowfiraed. 38. Chelmsford and Moulsham (Essex) :—-To pave, cleanse and enlighten the streets; Referred, xliv. 151. Bill ordered, 172. Petition against; Referred, and Counsel ordered, 328. r. a. 532. 39. Cheltenham (Gloucester) :—-To pave, clease and enlighten Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    for a Bill to enable them to make the said street, &c.; Referred, xxxviii. 694. Bill ordered, 797. r.a. 1012. Moulsham :—See snpra, 38. 131. Newark-UpOn-Trent (Notts) ".— For paving, cleansing, and otherwise improving; Referred, liii. 151. Report; notices ordered Subscribers-only content

 

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