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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nazeing

    NazeingNAZEINGNazeing is a parish of 3,952 a. lying about four miles north of Waltham Abbey and bounded on the west by the river Lea . 1 Most of it is still rural, but during the past 40 years

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    all forms of copies or catalogues of doucments of which the originals are elsewhere. Various parish records of Chingford , Nazeing , and Barking , which were in the incumbents' custody when this volume was complied, were subsequently transferred to

    The hundred of Waltham Introduction THE HUNDRED OF WALTHAM

    were two, at Nazeing and Epping , which Domesday places in Harlow hundred. 9 The Nazeing estate, held in 1086 by Ranulf brother of Ilger, probably descended with the manor of Netherhall , which lay in Nazeing and in Roydon

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    page 1 The Hundred of Waltham " 93 Chingford , 1964 " 98 Epping , 1964 " 115 Epping , Nazeing , and Waltham Holy Cross in 1777 . From J. Chapman and P. Andre , A Map of the

    Parishes Roydon ROYDON 1980 ROYDON VILLAGE c. 1597

    the east, and Nazeing on the south. On the north and west the rivers Stort and Lea form the parish and county boundaries. 1 The ancient parish comprised 3,031 a. (1,227 ha.). 2 A limb of Nazeing , south of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HALL, Robert.

    with a gentleman pensioner named Ralph Stafferton, a farm at Rainham, and lands and leases in Waltham, Dagenham, Barking and Nazeing. The testator’s nephew, Robert, was appointed sole executor and residuary legatee.E407/1/1, 11; CPR, 1560-3, pp. 190-1; 1569-72, p. 396;

    WALDEGRAVE, Thomas (c.1608-77), of Smallbridge, Bures, Suff.

    eldest line of the family, but its possessors in the 17th century were overshadowed by their recusant cousins of the Nazeing branch, who received a baronetcy for their conspicuous loyalty in the Civil War. Waldegrave’s brother was nominated to the

    FROSH, John (d.1397), of London.

    full confirmation of their right. It was possibly from her father that Juliana also inherited a messuage and land in Nazeing, Essex, together with the manor of North Ockendon and other holdings in Cranham: these were said to produce £6

    ORGAN, John (d.1392), of London.

    He and his wife also purchased the manor of ‘Dakerhames’ at Havering atte Bower in Essex, together with property at Nazeing in the same county.[footnote]The frequency with which Organ was called upon to act as a mainpernor and feoffee by

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, December 1685, 1-5, 01 December 1685-05 December 1685

    Book III, p. 212. Same by same to the Auditors of Imprests of the petition of Lau. Pocock, vicar of Nazeing, in Essex, praying to be remitted 14 years' arrears of Tenths which he finds to be due as appears

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    letters from, letters to, seat on, asked for, shipping hired by, storekeepership under yards. See Dockyards Nayels , Jannetie (p.) Nazeing (Essex) manor, suit re Nazeland (Essex), letter from Neale , (p.) (? Mint official) , M.P., politics of Archdeacon Subscribers-only content

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    Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696. -, William, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Huntingdon, 1696. Nazeing (co. Essex), 468. Neads , John, rebel in the West, 419. Neale (Neales), John, Recusant, Standon, co. Herts, 626.

    William III, April 1697, 01 April 1697-30 April 1697

    that, in 1641, George, late Earl of Norwich, mortgaged the manors of Waltham [ sic , Walton ? ] and Nazeing, and other lands in Essex, to the Earl of Cork for 8,000 l ., Sir Samuel Jones having, by Subscribers-only content

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    (Yards). Plymouth (New England), Council of (in 1625), 1175. Plympton (co. Devon), blowing house, 133. Pocock , Lau., vicar of Nazeing, Essex, 468. -, Mr., estovers, New Forest, 808. -, William, rebel in the West, 418. Pocomoke , river (Maryland),

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 February 1778, 23 February 1778

    certain Piece of enclofed Pafture " Ground, called Nazcing Wood, or Nazcing Park, in " the Manor and Parifh of Nazeing, in the County of " EJfex; and for keeping the Fences thereof in Repair;" to which they defire the Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1778, 25 February 1778

    intituled, " An Aft for Nazeing Park " regulating the Stocking of a certain Piece of enclofed Blll> " Pafture Ground, called Nazeing Wood, or Nazeing tc Park, in the Manor and Parifh of Nazeing, in the " County of Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1778, 26 February 1778

    " regulating the Stocking of a certain Piece of enclofed " Pafture Ground called Nazeing Wood or Nazeing " Park, in the Manor and Parifh of Nazeing, in the c County of Effex; and for keeping the Fences thereof in Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1778, 6 March 1778

    " regulating the Sleeking of a certain Piece of enciofed " Pafture Ground, called Nazeing Wood, or Nazeing " Park, in the Manor and Parifh of Nazeing, in the " County of EJfex ; and for keeping t; e Fences Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1778, 6 March 1778

    regulating the Stocking of a certain " Piece of enclofed Pafture Ground called Nazeing " Wood or Nazeing Park, in the Manor and Parifh " of Nazeing, in the County of Ejfex; and for keeping " the Fences thereof in Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Catteridk, Yorkshire; and Me. W. Robertson. Linkivood, Elgin. Herefords, Devons, Welsh, Kerries, and extra stock: Mr. Ralph Palmer, Lodge Farm, Nazeing, Waltham Cross; and Mr. .ohn .toberts. Wel House, Cihester. Judges of the butchers' prizes: Mr. Joseph Farmer. Smiithbeld Yard, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    New SMITH - IIENINGFIELD.- On the 28th ult., at the parish church, Tottenham, the Rev. Rowland Smith, M.A., vicar of Nazeing. Essex, to Emma Charlotte Beningfield, of Woodville, Gravesend, eldest sur- viving daughter of John Beningfileld, Esq., of Church-hill-villas, Wood- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    29, at Brick Cottage Farm, Bloxham, the wife of Sol John Wise, of tvwina-eou and daughter. hal Jan. 30, at Nazeing Virarage, Essex, the wife of Cecil offi Fane, of a daughter. d Feb. 1, at Sheep-street, Buriord, the wife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ensez, cao- taining about 16 acres-sold for 1,2001. Lot 25. Dwelling-house, out-huildings, &o., and about 13 nacres of land, at Nazeing, Eiaex, rentlo 521. per antnam-old for 1.300/. Freehold gronnd-rcnts of t8L. l8t. 6d. per annum, srising out of residences, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire. Rev. W. J. Underwood, to Bracewell V. Rev. R. J. Walsh, to Wimbish-cum-Thundersley V. Rev. R. P. Waller, to Nazeing V. Rev. W. Williams, to Llanfairtalbaiarn R. Rev. C. L. Wilson, to Old Radford V., near Nottingham. Rev. J. Subscribers-only content

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