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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Malling

    of the monastery and most of its possessions, including the manors of West Mailing , Ewell , East Mailing , Parrock , Leyton , and Great Cornard and the rectories of West Mailing , East Mailing , and Great Cornard

    Port

    Maldon , and Burnham were part of Colchester port. 94 In the 14th century Colchester port included South Geedon and Parrock fleet (part of Pyfleet channel) creeks, Hamford Water , East Mersea and Brightlingsea ; similar limits were claimed, apparently

    Parishes Chillington

    the same date some strips survived in former common fields known as Upfield, Wheatfield (or Whitefield ), Little field, and Parrock field. 63 Some common remained at least until 1715, and there were a few uninclosed parcels in 1736 .

    Wisbech Hundred Newton Plan of St. James's Church

    and Long Fields , Hard Croft , Crofts , Fitton Croft , Old Rowles and Gaul Fields, Whirler's Hill , Parrock Field, Short Lands, Fen Lands, Karrow or Seagate Field, Church Croft , Mud Croft , Dooles or Gotelands, Sterts

    Boundaries

    later disputed. In 1362 the burgesses claimed that their fishery included the Geedons between Fingringhoe and Langenhoe , and the Parrock or north part of the Pyefleet channel around Mersea Island , 19 suggesting that Westness may have been the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Squelch 14; total, 98, Quassserry Bil . - C asid Tranrer , ,Jamnes and Taito 14, Dealey aol ,et Parrock and Glaise 5, Oliver and Pugh 21; total, 3 of Igs LACR.OSSE. Ier A v.ERrCA V. CErsrItE COUNTY. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Railva;: G1. Richmond, 4; (1 Richmond, 3; Blow, 1 ; Beech, 2; Pacey, 0; Weaver, 8; Cle'Nitt, 0; Kitscll, 0; Parrock, 0; Dakin, 1; Taylor, 0; byes, &o., C. Total, ?0., An interesting niatch was played on the Plate Glasa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 : Fellows, .*; Oliver, S; Persks, 3-4 (not out); Hadley, 32; Harris, 9-e; Cox, 0 ; J. Hadley, 2; Parrock, 2 ; Curnuck, 4; Williams (not out), 2; totals, 83 - 4. SOLIHtIULL SECOND ELHVEN v. T.taewosRrI.-A nwatcb wae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    officials had made a mistake. COLMM FOR A DoanrrE. - Panock v. Alackle. -- The plaintiff in this action, Liewellin Parrock, dio-forger, of Gerrard Street, Lozeils, claimed the sum of £13., the amount of injury aileged to have been sustained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Qoarry Bank ground, with the follow- ing result :--Quarryl Bank: Oliver, Treater, Mason, Grice, ICed- wards, T Parrock, J. Parrock, and Hlodgson ; total 6O. Oracdllnt Heath: TF. Yates, BrIdgsater, Walters, Jones, S. Yates, Grilfiths, Perks, Dowvning; total, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SAUNDERS, William (by 1497-1570), of Ewell, Surr.

    that Saunders could inspire hostility in others than Cawarden. In 1547 one William Warner had sold him the manor of Parrock with an iron mill near Hartfield in Sussex, and after Warner’s death a claim by his son that the

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