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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Thurrock

    been mainly industrial, both sides of the road being built up from Grays to Purfleet . At Purfleet , Jarrah cottages, dated 1904, were built by Purfleet Wharf and Saw Mills Co ., and Botany cottages ( 1905 ) by

    Parishes Aveley AVELEY AND WEST THURROCK 1980

    village stands on rising ground north of the river Mardyke, which flows south-west to join the Thames at Purfleet . West of Purfleet are Aveley marshes, bordering the Thames for 1.6 km. towards Wennington . North-west of the village the

    Wennington WENNINGTON CREEK c. 1600

    led to Purfleet . The street from Wennington Hall to Purfleet was mentioned in 1345 and 1413. 19 The route then taken was probably that shown on a map of 1726, on which the main road to Purfleet lay by

    Parishes Grays Thurrock GRAYS TOWN CENTRE c. 1897

    Medieval Grays grew up along the narrow High Street which ran north from the Thames to join the road from Purfleet to West Tilbury (now Orsett Road ). As late as 1777 the built-up area of the town extended no

    Chafford hundred Introduction CHAFFORD HUNDRED c. 1845

    one of the largest cement-producing areas in Europe. Ferro-alloys are made at Rainham ; oil and petroleum are stored at Purfleet in West Thurrock and Grays . The Ford Motor Co. has its British and European headquarters at Little Warley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    places which were to be found along the Thames. Erith, as being rich in botanical specimens: the chalk quarries of Purfleet, for fossil shells and beautiful specimens of flint deposits. Hie described a number of curio- sities to be found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prdbteded down the river from London bridge, on an experimental trip. The vessel started at a quarter past eleven. At Purfleet the speed of the vessel wes accurately tried while passing ' the measured mile " marked out by order Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    soldiers; who are still fit for light duties, but unable to bear the fatigues of field-days, will be stationed at Purfleet, and remain permanently for six months. The officers' servants will also have to appear at drills and parades once Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pier. Twenty other steam-packets conveyed to Gravesend, in thirty-six trips, 12,000 persons, -besides many who landed at Erith, Grays, and Purfleet. The Red Rover and City of Ca'n- terbury carried 800 persons between London, Herne Bay, and Margate, in addition Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the name of his vessel, she proceeded to look for the ship, but found she had dropped down to Purfleet. Finding now that the ship had returned and waS lying at the London Dock, she had him arrested. The Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ESTON, John (by 1518-65), of Southwark, Surr.

    in Surrey and Essex, where he owned property at West Thurrock and Purfleet. Early in Elizabeth’s reign he obtained a patent for his lease of the ruined Purfleet mill at a rent of £26 13s.4d. He was to have £200

    SWANTON, Andrew (1362-1434), of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    having recently attained his majority. William had stipulated that his properties, a messuage and quay near ‘Websterflet’ and premises near Purfleet, were to go to the child if a boy, otherwise they were to be divided among his daughters. He

    BETLEY, Henry (b.1339), of Bishop's Lynn.

    by the will he made on 17 Jan. 1349, left to his elder son John his messuage and quays near Purfleet, and to the younger, Henry himself, two messuages, in ‘Briggate’ (High Street) and off ‘Dampgate’ (Norfolk Street), and a

    BOTKESHAM, Robert (d.1411), of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    brother) entered the freedom of the borough together on 24 May 1372, and later held property in the town in Purfleet, the Saturday Market and ‘Cook Row’.[footnote]Botkesham’s mercantile ventures included a partnership with John Wace* in April 1390 to import

    ECHLIN, Robert (c.1657-by 1724), of Monaghan, Ireland, and Purfleet, Essex

    of Monaghan, Ireland, and Purfleet, Essex Constituency Dates Sudbury 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Lt. Mountjoy’s regt. ft. 1685; lt.-col. 6 Drag. 1689, col. 1691–1715; brig.-gen. 1703, maj.-gen. 1704, lt.-gen. 1707. Ofifces Held MP [I] 1695–1713. Biography Of Scots planter stock,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1760, 31 March 1760

    fituate near Greenwich " in the County of Kent, and erecting, inftead thereof, <e a new Magazine for Gunpowder at Purfleet near the li River of 'Thames in the County of Effex ; and apply- " ing a Sum of Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1760, 2 April 1760

    fituate near Greenwich in the County of " Kent; and erefting, inftead thereof, a new Magazine " for Gunpowder at Purfleet near the Pviver of Thames " in the County of Effex, and applying a Sum of Mo- ** ney Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1760, 14 April 1760

    belonging, fituate near Greenwich in the County of Kent, and erecting, inflead thereof, a new Magazine for Gun- powder at Purfleet near the River of Thames in the County of Etfex, and applying a Sum of Money granted in this Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1760, 15 April 1760

    longing, fituate near Greenwich in the County of Kent ; and erefting inftead thereof a new Magazine for Gunpowder at Purfleet near the River of Thames in the County of EJfex; and applying a Sum of Money granted in this Subscribers-only content

    31 May 1809, 31 May 1809

    brought from the Houfe of Commons, Purfleet Ord-» by Mr. Afloley Cooper and others : With a Bill, intituled, " An Act for empowering the " Board of Ordnance to exchange Lands at Purfleet, in " the County of Fffex, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Tilbury Lodge

    (1863): 2006 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Engineers' Office, Works, Tilbury Docks, Essex 1884 King's Arms Hotel, High Street, Grays, Essex 1885 Tilbury Hotel, Tilbury Docks, Essex 1886 Royal Hotel, Riverside, Purfleet, Essex 1892

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The siege of London., 1885

    that an attempt would be made to destroy the tremendous arsenal of Woolwich , and blow up the magazines at Purfleet . In order, therefore, to prevent this, a number of gunboats were stationed in the Thames , and the Subscribers-only content

    How John Bull lost London: or, The capture of the Channel Tunnel., 1882

    path of this army there was, as has been said, a considerable force; and this being strongly en¬ trenched at Purfleet , held so good a position as to stop the further advance of the French army for the present. Subscribers-only content

    New London: her parliament and its work, 1895

    were spreading their nets in the lower part of the Long Reach . Shrimps and white¬ bait were caught at Purfleet and Erith , and quite recently a shoal of them drifted into the pumping appliances at Woolwich , and Subscribers-only content

    The educational almanack., 1881

    Esq., 174, High Street , Sunderland . Essex Thames Reformatory Sclwolship " Cornwall " for Boys-Off Purfleet , Captain Arthur Morrell , R.N., Purfleet . „ St. Edward's Reformatory for Roman Catholic Boys-The Rev. W. A, Johnson, Archbishop's House, Westminster Subscribers-only content

    Minutes of evidence given on behalf of Messrs. Hall of Faversham against Mr.Vignoles' North Kent Line, 1845

    Oare Creek is advantageous in consequence of their being able to get readily at the wa ter carriage -Yes, to Purfleet , where the grand depdt is for powder, not only the powder made by contract by Messrs. Hall and Subscribers-only content

 

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