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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    rendered by the staffs of the public libraries and museums at Newham and Waltham Forest , the public library at Redbridge , and the Essex Record Office. Proofs of parts of the volume were also read by Mr. G. Caunt

    The hundred of Redbridge Index Map to the Hundred of Redbridge

    The hundred of Redbridge THE HUNDRED OF REDBRIDGE containing the parish 1 of; Eling At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred of Redbridge (Rodbrige, xi cent.) included the parishes of Eling , Fawley , Dibden , Oakley 2

    Editorial note

    compiled, namely Essex County Council and the Councils of the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham , Havering, Newham , Redbridge , and (until 1993 ) Waltham Forest . The generous help of the Local Authorities has recently been given

    The hundred of Mainsbridge INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of MAINSBRIDGE

    area than it does at present, for in addition to the above parishes it also contained Shirley in Millbrook , Redbridge , Boyatt, and Woolston . Hound , although nominally belonging to Warnford in King's Somborne Hundred, paid geld in

    Editorial note

    payment of contributions for the administrative county. The councils of the Greater London Boroughs of Barking , Havering, Newham , Redbridge , and Waltham Forest , continue to furnish contributions for their own areas. The Essex Victoria County History Committee,

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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    who offered their services to go from their homes although they were then out of employment. refused to go to Redbridge would not go for less than 12 d p r day besides traveling expense & lodging and therefore had

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thint, Thrigby, Norfolk, wi l-mflerc lt Attornies, Messrs. Swnin and Co. FredericL-'s-place, O!d Jevwry. j. Newell, Redbridge, Southampton, timber-merehaat. Atter- sley, Mr. Hultchinisen, Crown!-coart, Tihreadneedlo-street. J. Hederle, Leicester-square, taillor. Attornies, Messrs. Nay- IOrs, Great Newport-street. J, Gibbs, Bridgewater, Somersetshire, rmiltster. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leicester, grocer. Attorney, Mr. James, Ely-place, ilolborn, ;. C. Per-grine, Hakin, Pembrok-e, shopkeeper. Attorney, Mr. Chiholi, Excheqner-office, Lincoln's-inn. B. H-hobbs, Redbridge, Southampton, coal and timber merchant. Attaroies, Messrs. Breniridges and Barnes, Dyer's-buildings, Holbora. S. Skinnier, Sharp's-buildings, Rosemary-lane, slopseller. At- torney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bridge street, Blackfriars. Saturday, October 9. ISSOLVENT. G. Y'orston, Tottenham Court road, cheesemonger. BAbNKRUPTS, B. Hobbs and W. S. Hellyer, Redbridge, Southampton, ship-builders. Solicitor, Mr Dgne, Lincoln's Inn fields. H. 1. Johns, Devonport, banker. Solicitor, Mr Sole, Gray's Inn square. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Haigh B~ar, DerJbyShltO,victalealr. [Clarke~& MedgalfLiecolno' inn tida, W. Roulter, Worcester, tobacconist. [Douglass & Cragg, Verulami buildings, Gray's inn. A. Fletcher, Redbridge, Sonthampton, auctioneer. [Makinson & Sanders, Elm court, Temple. T. Ladyman, Liverpool, irontonger. [Adlington &,Co. Bedford row. J. Batcher, Birmingham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thanapen a piece in SouthamptoD, on account of so many being caught frozerk t the cold. Person now travel from Redbridge to Romsey, in Hsnt,, on the ice-a distance of nearly seven miles-the canal between those toIewe being frozen up. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAMBERLAIN, William (d.1445), of Southampton.

    ‘manor’ of Stamshaw in Portsea, along with all of his late father’s holdings in Fareham, Redbridge, Totton and Eling. Chamberlain also acquired lands in Redbridge and Littleton as well as two houses in Winchester, worth 26s.8d. annually. In addition, in

    GOLDWELL, Henry (c.1653-1694), of Tuddenham, Suff.

    acted as a teller in support of the company’s interests: on 8 Jan. 1694, to recommit a report on the Redbridge incident; and two days later, to adjourn proceedings on the petition for a new company. He reintroduced the bill

    PAPILLON, Thomas (1623-1702), of Fenchurch Street, London and Acrise Place, Kent

    India company. One of the many petitions referred to this committee concerned the grievances of the owners of the ship Redbridge, which had been prevented from trading after the East India Company had petitioned the Privy Council alleging that the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 January 1701, 9 January 1702

    to bring "Mr. Jones{* Said, " Fuller had a Warrant to fend for Jones, who, " he faid, lived at Redbridge ; and that Five Meffengers " went, but could not find Mr. Jones ¦ and another " Meffenger was Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1776, 24 April 1776

    Margaret Froß, now Margaret Webb, was called ; and being fworn, acquainted the Houfe, " That fhe went down to Redbridge, near Southampton, on or about the 24th of March 1769, to the Houfe of one Martha BiJJell, where fhe Subscribers-only content

    22 June 1789, 22 June 1789

    navigable Canal from or near tne Bo- " rough of Andovor, in the County of Southampton, to " or near Redbridge, in the Parifh of Millbrook, in the " faid County ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1789, 24 June 1789

    Canal from or Canal BiU" «' near the Borough of Andovor, in the County of ic Southampton, to or near Redbridge, in the Parifh of (c Millbrook, in the faid County." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1789, 25 June 1789

    a Navigable Canal " from or near the Borough of Andovor, in the County " of Southampton, to or near Redbridge, in the Parifh of " Millbrook, in the faid County," was committed. The LoM Bagot made the like Report Subscribers-only content


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