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    Fyfield Introduction

    northward along Dunmow Road is the site of a big house, called Pickerells , which in the 18th century belonged to the Brands of Herons. 33 Unlike Herons, Pickerells descended to Thomas, 20th Lord Dacre (d. 1851). 34 By 1835 Victoria County History

    Fyfield Manors Ground floor plan, Fyfield Hall Lampetts , Fyfield

    London . 73 After wards it passed to Thomas Brand who may have been Timothy's grandson and who also owned Pickerells Farm. 74 Before 1768 Thomas Brand was succeeded by his son Thomas who in 1771 married Gertrude, suo jure Victoria County History

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    Pea, hearth taxes, hos., inds., mans., medieval taxes, mills, noncf., Norwood End , n ; par. govt. and poor rel., Pickerells ( Ash Farm ), pop., postal svces., pub. svces., rect., roads, schs., stage coach svces., top., 'Vicarage', woods, see Victoria County History

    Henry VIII, February 1535, 21-28, 21 February 1535-28 February 1535

    acre of land there, in the tenure of the said Roger; a croft called Laicrofte, and another croft there called Pickerells; with reservations; for 21 years, at certain rents payable to the receiver of Warwick lands; on surrender of patent, British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all, which he believed was tbe view the other side wns about to submit to them. Charles liarkcr, farmer, of Pickerells, Fyfield. I had 20 acres prepared for barley, having been summer-fallowed, and other tive I acres there had been Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all, which he believed was the vieĀ« lhe other side was about to submit to them. Charles P.arkcr. farmer, of Pickerells, Fyfield. I had 20 acres I prepared for barley, having been summer-fallowed, und other five acres there had been Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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