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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornchurch Manors

    called New Redden Court. 240 About 1900 New Redden Court was enlarged and partly refronted, and in 1906 the older part of it was rebuilt. 241 It was demolished before 1939, when Redden Court school was completed. Old Redden Court,

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government

    been added by assarting and by arrenting the demesne. The most important exceptions were Hornchurch Hall , Suttons , and Redden Court, in Hornchurch , and Earls in Havering, which contained no virgates, but consisted entirely of former demesne or

    Hornchurch Education and charities

    Redden Court school, Cotswold Road, Haro ld Wood , originated in 1934 when a senior department was opened at Ardleigh Green school . In 1937 400 seniors were at Ardleigh Green school and in the practical instruction block at

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    marshes, to the north the heavy London clay. The north-east corner of the parish comprising the manors of Gubbins and Redden Court, became known in the later 19th century as Harold Wood , from the railway station there. It must

    Index A - K

    Cott ., 40 Mount Pleasant Fm . (Wingletye, ? North House ), 30 Nelmes, 17, 29, 38 New Redden Court, 38-9 Old Redden Court (Readnalls), 29, 38-9 Poynters (Painters), 54 Suttons , 29, 32 Suttons Gate , 30 Tharp Lodge

  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 2, August 1599, 01 August 1599-31 August 1599

    with justice. Farther he proposed to come "by course" to Carholme in England, to receive, and to be ready at Redden in Scotland, to satisfy, complaints, whereon we cast lots, and "I was so fortunate as to receive before I Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    feigned (Act), I. 66 (23, 25). Reculver , Kent, I. 66 (c. 37). Redall , laird of, II. 339. Redden and Redden burn (Ridenburne), in Scotland, I. 580. Reddendowne , Soms., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131). Rede , Lanc.

    Border Papers volume 2, September 1596, 01 September 1596-30 September 1596

    my own knowledge. 49. The goods were restored by my order to the Laird of Grenehead and his tenants of Redden. As for the rest of the complaints in the note, to which no exception is taken, the general opinion Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    e. 302 (25). Redcote Grange (Ricote Graunge) , Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335). Redden (Redynge) , in Scotland, i. g. 1383 (55). Redden (Rydand) rack , on Tweed, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629). Reddham , Norf., ii.

    Index, G, 01 January 1595-28 February 1603

    , Scottish debts, & c., 191. Greinheid , Laird of: his tenants of Redden raided, 182; treats for stolen horses with J. Carey, 150; goods of Redden restored by Carey, 198; fyles bill, 264; Cesford's deputy, 273; (Carr), prisoner, 552; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoase, near Frome, aged 86, the Rev. John Me- tbuen Rogers, itO years rector of that parish, and incumbent of Redden. He was a munificent. benefactor to. the church, having given 6,0001. towards the building and endowment of the church Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. I The Irish Sketch-Book. By Mr M. A. Titmarsh. With numerous Engravings on Wood, drawn by the Author. Two vols. Chapman and Hall. This subject-we hope it is no injustice to Ire- laud to say so-is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CURRENT EVENTS. tA sk(*) is attached to the Events discussed or more fully nar- Sied in, this iveek's Exmi.NIn.r] AkMERICA: FOREIGN. Asgust 3.-Jddge Betts, of the Marine Court, condemns the steamer Pete'hof and cargo. The ground given for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vafaincy, and ir- was committed for trial at the Sessions as a rogue memid 3r vagabond.-Icenry 13roiage (32), gun engraver, Redden . Place Aston Road, was charged with stealing a shilling IV. from thc till of Edward George Crurip, laridlord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the hedge. Redden neede hise appearance so suddenly as to rather astsniesh the accused, whose excuse for being on tire for- biddn grund as o paltry as to raise a larigh in tile conrt. Oil searching them, Redden fouscl no Subscribers-only content

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