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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Newington

    Hospitals Newington HOSPITALS 12. THE HOSPITAL OF NEWINGTON There was an ancient hospital here dedicated to the honour of Our Lady and St. Catherine ; but we have not been able to learn anything more concerning it than that it

    Parishes Newington

    NewingtonNEWINGTON The parish of Newington lies in the angle between the roads from London Bridge into Kent through Peckham and into Surrey through Kennington and Streatham . The parish was called Newington St. Mary from the church, and

    Hospitals St Laud & St Anthony , Hoddesdon

    and its property were let in 1561 at 20 s . a year for twenty-one years to William Smythe of Newington , who at once sold his interest to Robert Reve , a butcher, and by him the hospital with

    Addenda and corrigenda to volumes I and III

    c , Lew , add 423 " " 495 c , Lyneham , add 407 " " 495 c , Newington , add 401 " " 495 c , Noke , for 425 read 425 ( bis ) " "

    Colleges Wye

    owing to the archbishop, the king granted to him the advowson and rectory of Newington by Hythe with the grange of Brenzett and lands in Newington and Broomhill , lately belonging to the abbess of Guines in Artois, with licence

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Newington-Butts.

    XXIIX . Restauratæ Salutis MDCXIIX . P. Pro. XIX . 17. Fæneras JEHOVÆ, si recordaris pauperum. NEWINGTON -BUTTS. In the Church of St. Mary Newington , on the North Side, is this Monument: Deo Viventium. Pietati Sacrum. Sir Hugh Brawne,

    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Jesus Hospital in Bray in the County of Berks , for forty Almsfolks Will. Goddard, Esq; St. Peter's Hospital near Newington in the County of Surrey , for twenty two Almesfolks Company of Fishmongers. ALMESHOUSES. Twelve Almeshouses at Harrietsham in

    Book 5, Chapter 9 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Goldsmiths.]

    Master, elected at Midsummer 1718 . This Gentleman is about erecting a fair Almshouse adjoining to the Company's Hospital at Newington , with an Endowment for 20 Freemen of the said Company. The Care whereof, after his Death, he leaves

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Islington.

    by his Fader in S. Thomas Chapel in the Church of Stoke Newington in Middlesex . By his Will dat. Sept. 13, 1500 , gives several Lands in Newington and Crepulgate. ] ISELDON, vulgarly ISLINGTON. W Inding West from the

    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of King Charles I.

    Colours of the City) with Javelins and Feathers , and Four Trumpeters, rode as far as Stamford Hill , between Newington and Tottenham , (where they lay the Night before.) Who, after they had done their respective Duties, and kissed

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 11, January 1562, 01 January 1562-31 January 1562

    in spite of all that would say nay, and that you sent him to prison. I then went home to Newington, and talking over the fire, told what he said to the men that were before you, thinking no harm. Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 16 June 1641, 16 June 1641-16 June 1641

    of Parliament. The humble Petition of sundry the Inhabitants of Newington , in the County of Surrey , was read. Ordered , That Mr. Blany , the Lecturer of Newington , be forthwith sent for, as a Delinquent, by the

    Stoke Newington

    residence, and are now in the possession of James Brown, Esq. of Newington. As an additional confirmation of the conjecture that the Earl of Leicester resided at Newington, it may be mentioned that a servant of his lady, the Countess

    House of Commons Journal Volume 10, 27 October 1690, 27 October 1690-27 October 1690

    A PETITION of Henry Mildmay , Esquire, was read; setting forth, That Dame Margaret Hungerford devised her Copyhold Estate at Newington , of about Two hundred and Fifty Pounds per Annum , to the Petitioner her Nephew, and his Sons

    Newington Butts

    Newington Butts NEWINGTON BUTTS. This place is not mentioned in the Conqueror's Survey, but a church at Walworth is there noticed; whence it seems probable, that at the re-building of that church upon a new site it was surrounded with

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr awen, Fel nas gall ddefnyddio'i phawen.' Dywed y South London Press mai Mr. Spurgeon ydyw yr unig weinidog yn Newington sydd yn e gomedd oydweithredu A.r gymdeithas er cario allan gynrlun Mr. Goschen gyda golwg ar gorffori yr holl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac athrawiaeth Y yr Arglwydd. g Ond gair amytcyfarfod. Y llywydd ydoedd y Parch. a Mr. Alison, gweinidog Eglwys Sefydledig Newington, y Edin. Wedi iddo'ddeehreu y cyE arfod trwy ddarllen a g gweddio, cawsom anerchiad byr ganddo. Wedi hyny u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    troi yn fethiant hollol yn y trefydd mawrion, ond gwedid hyny yn egniol gan Mr. MACLOGA N. periglor St. Mary, Newington, Llundain. Mynai Mr. SALT y dylai y prif blwyfolion gael rhan gyda'r esgob vn mhenodiad offeiriad, ond torai rhan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    America. AmOan eu , hymnweliad. 'r wad' hon ydyw rhoddi perfformiad o 1 "Gaban fy Ewthi Tom." Bydd earchardai Bath, Newington; a Plymouth ,yn iael en can ddiwedd y mis hwn. b 5 Cyhoeddir 13,960 o newyddiaduron yn Ewrop. y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LLUNDAIN. AGOBIAD Y "JEWIN NEWYDD," CAPEL Y Li, Ba METHODISTIAID CALFINAIDD YN Y CITY. Ed (ODDIWRTH BIN GOHEBYDD NEILLDUOL.) Th Cyn dechreu ar ein gwaith o gofnodi y gweithred- dei iadau pellach ynglfai Ag agoriad y capel uchod, yr Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPALDING, Ralph, of Newington and Southwark, Surr.

    Ralph, of Newington and Southwark, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 1399 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Southwark Mar. 1395, Dec. 1407. Biography Spalding, a brewer by trade, may have been the brother or some other kinsman of the William Spalding who sat

    OGLETHORPE, Owen (c.1542-1616), of Newington, Oxon.; later of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks.

    (c.1542-1616), of Newington, Oxon.; later of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1589 Wallingford 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Oxon. from c.1582, sheriff 1584-5, 1595-6, commr. recusancy 1592. Biography Oglethorpe was the kinsman and namesake of Bishop Oglethorpe of

    BROOKE, alias COBHAM, John (1535-94), of Newington, Kent.

    John (1535-94), of Newington, Kent. Constituency Dates Queenborough 1571 Queenborough 1572 Queenborough 1584 Queenborough 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Kent by 1564, commr. musters by 1573; capt. Foresight 1576; at Dunkirk 1582; with Leicester in the Netherlands 1586; commr. survey Isle

    WILLIAM, John II, of Southwark, Surr.

    at an assize of novel disseisin held to determine the ownership of property in Southwark and the nearby manor of Newington. One year later, he attested a deed relating to lands in Peckham and Camberwell, Surrey, and Dulwich, Kent; and

    WILLIAM, Robert, of Southwark, Surr.

    summoned as a juror to attend an assize of novel disseisin regarding the ownership of land in both Southwark and Newington, and again in February 1417 and December 1422 he witnessed deeds drawn up by near neighbours of his. William

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 May 1749, 23 May 1749

    Debts within the Town " and Borough of Southwark, and the feveral Parifties " of Saint Saviour, Saint Mary at Newington, Saint " Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, Chrifi Church, Saint Mary " Lambeth, and Saint Mary at Rotherhith, in the Coun- Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1749, 1 June 1749

    *' within the Town and Borough of Southivark, and the " feveral Pariihes of Saint Saviour, Saint Mary at " Newington, Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, Chrifi " Church, Saint Mary Lambeth, and Saint Mary at " Kotherhith, in the County Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1749, 5 June 1749

    within the Town and Borough '* of Southwark, and the feveral Parifhes of Saint Sa- *' viour, Saint Mary at Newington, Saint Mary Mag- " dalen Bermondfey, Chrifi Church, Saint Mary Lam- te betb, and Saint Mary at Rotherhith, in Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1749, 6 June 1749

    within the " Town and Borough or Soutbwark, and the feveral Pa- (t rifhes of Saint Saviour, Saint Mary at Newington, " Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, Chrifi Church, '1 Saint Mary Lambeth, and Saint Mary at Rotherhith, *' in the Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1749, 9 June 1749

    their Lordfhips Amendments Town and Borough of Southwark, and the feveral made thereto. Parifhes of Saint Saviour, Saint Mary at Newington, Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondfey, Chrifi. Church, AMeffage Was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Outlawr;efs in Saint Mary Lambeth, Subscribers-only content

 

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