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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Boxworth Economic history

    to the south. To the south-west 99 the lords of Overhall had long held extensive pasture closes, presumably created by assarting, around Overhall grove. In 1615 1 they included Overhall Great close to the north and Long close to the

    Boxworth Local government

    the Zouches' court at Swavesey and to the honor of Richmond 's Cambridgeshire tourns. 53 The lords of Huntingfields and Overhall manors then had their own courts, at which they could by prescription hold view of frankpledge and the assize

    Dedham Manors and other estates

    as the combined manor of OVERHALL AND NETHER- HALL . A cottage on Princel Green , said in the 18th century to have been the Netherhall court- house, is probably on the site of Overhall manor house (fig. 28, no.

    Dedham Local government

    bks. of Overhall and Netherhall (private pos- session, c/o Manning & Co. 118 Seymour Place , London W1), vols. 1-8, 11A-18, 20-22, passim ; E.R.O., D/DBm M320. E.R.O., D/DBm M377, M379, M382, M384, M368-9; Court bks. of Overhall and Netherhall

    Parishes Gilston

    the manors of Overhall and Netherhall , the names corresponding apparently with their geographical position, Overhall occupying the higher ground in the north of the parish, Netherhall the lower ground further south. Overhall The manor of OVERHALL was held in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, M

    Kington. Langley Marish; Laverton; Liston Hall; Liswerry; Lolworth. Marston; Marshall; Marton; Massingham; Monks Horton; Moone; Moresk. Netherhall; Newnham; North Ingoldby. Overhall. Patsell; Penllyn; Petho; Pryors. Reigate; Richmond; Rillaton; Rudfen. St. James's; Sampford; Shastock; Shaw; Shepton Mallet; Shippon; Shotteswell; Singleton; Snall;

    Index, N, 08 March 1707-31 December 1707

    Netherby Hall (Cumberland) , messuage called; xci. 64. Nethercomb , the tenement called, abstract of grant; xcvii. 64. Netherhall and Overhall [in Dedham ] , Essex, manor of; lxxxi. 30. Netherlands , deputy paymaster of the forces in the; c.

    Volume 81, July 17-October 9, 1702, 17 July 1702-09 October 1702

    are: (1.) A tenement called Moor Hall with some lands in Upwell in Norfolk. (2.) The manor of Netherhall and Overhall [in Dedham ] , Essex, and of Crippinghall in Suffolk, held by Robert Wingfield. (3.) Encroachments in His Majesty's

    Letters and Papers, April 1539, 26-30, 01 April 1539-30 April 1539

    of Overhall in Norwell, Notts., and his successors. Also to exchange lands, & c., to the annual value of 2 s . 4 d . with Ric. Martin, clk, vicar of the vicarage belonging to the prebend of Overhall aforesaid,

    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1700-31 March 1702

    Ouze. See Ouse. Ovalle , Alonso de, Historical relation of the Kingdom of Chili by and note . Overhall. See Leith of Overhall. Oviedo , John Gonsales d', Chronicle and history of the West Indies by note Owen , Mr., Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cumberland, in conjunction with the late Sir J. Graham, died on Sunday, at Thackwood, near Carlisle. MR BOULNOIS, of Overhall, Gestinghorpe, the proprietor of the Baker-street Bazaar, died suddenly on Tuesday, aged sixty-four. He had been out riding, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.lR.C.S., L.A.S., and medical referee to the British Nation, and the British Prudential Assurance office, and it runs thus:- " Overhall, Mirfield, September 7th, 1865. "I have known Mrs. John Bottomley, of Huddersfield, during the past six years. I have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christ Church, Jerusalem; examining chaplan to Bishep Blyth. Rev. N. Koeymor, M.A., Rector of Heedon-spon-Upton, Notts; Honorary Canon of Norweil Overhall in Southwell Cathedral. Rev. H. F. Long, M.A., Vicar of Bamburgh; Rural Dean of Banhburgh. Rev. G. B. Mason, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2 15 .Xnhdou Place................ ? 174 1 7 New Sorodans .... . ?...--- . ---- ? 3 --- 1 0135 Overhall................ ....173 2 7 Golistoaeq nand M idonininer Hilt Fsarms -...... 5315 8 Old Sandon' Farm -.It 5:016 Wilsey on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ton Hall, in the county of Leiceoter-On the 28th ult, at his residence, Duke-street, Portland place, Theodore Gordon, Esq., of Overhall, Aberdeenshire, in the 74th Year of his age-On the 31st tlt., at the house of h-r son, Doiiet-square; Mrs. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 June 1800, 20 June 1800

    exonerating from Common Right the Half Year " Lands and Lammas Lands, within the Manors of " Dedham Hall, and Overhall and Netherhall, in the " Parifh of Dedham, in the County of Ejfex j" to which they defire the Subscribers-only content

    23 June 1800, 23 June 1800

    exonerating from Common " Right, the Half Year Lands and Lammas Lands, «• within the Manors of Dedham Hall and Overhall " and Netherhall, in the Parifh of Dedham, in the " County of EJex? Ordered, That the faid Bill Subscribers-only content

    3 July 1800, 3 July 1800

    fent ll£nrfie exonerating from Common Right the Half Year Lands and Lammas Lands, within the Manors of Dedham Hall, and Overhall and Netherhall, in the Parifh of Dedham, in the County oiEJfex, was pleafed to confent (as far as Flis Subscribers-only content

    15 July 1800, 15 July 1800

    exonerating from Common Right the Half " Year Lands and Lammas Lands, within the Manors " of Dedham Hall and Overhall and Netherhall, in the " Parifti of Dedham, in the County of Efex;" and to acquaint this Houfe, That Subscribers-only content

    28 July 1800, 28 July 1800

    and for exonerating from Common LRight the Half Year Lands and Lammas Lands, within the Manors of Dedham Hall, and Overhall and 'Nether- hall, in the Parifh of Dedham, in the County of Effex." " An Act for naturalizing Francis Subscribers-only content

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