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  • * British History Online *

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    Rotherhithe

    RotherhitheROTHERHITHE. Etymology . This place, which is situated on the banks of the Thames, about a mile and a half below London-bridge, derives its name from the Saxon words rother , a sailor, and hyth , a haven or

    Volume 218, 1718. Classified. Part II., 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    Placentia and Annapolis; money for the agent at Copenhagen to buy pr ovisions for the Baltic Squadron; warehouse room at Rotherhithe for salt; M r Conduit and provisions for Gibraltar; and Bills for supply of wine and oil for the

    July, 1659, An Act for the setling the Militia for the Borough of Southwark and Parishes adjacent., 19 July 1659-19 July 1659

    the Militia for the Borough of Southwark, and Parishes adjacent; viz: Olaves, Savior, Thomas, Georges, Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Redriffe alias Rotherhithe, Mary Newington, and Lambeth in the County of Surrey, mentioned in the Weekly Bills of Mortality, on the South

    Charitable accounts of the Salters' Company

    of Charitable Funds) 34 12 4 To cash from Mrs. Parkhurst and Miss Smith's, issuing from rentcharge of Mudbrook Farm, Rotherhithe, due Lady Day 1881 45 12 0 To cash, Mrs. Smith's Gift, for one year to 30th June 1881

    Deptford, St Paul

    parish, which was constituted in the year 1730, is bounded by Deptford St. Nicholas, Greenwich, Lewisham, Camberwell, Rotherhithe, and by the river Thames. It contains about 1800 acres of land, of which about 500 are arable; about the same quantity

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rotherhithe

    Parishes RotherhitheROTHERHITHE Retherhithe, Ruherhithe, Rotherethe, Rederith, Redrith, Redruth , Redryff, Redriff . The parish of Rotherhithe comprises the peninsula half encircled by the Thames between Bermondsey in Surrey and Deptford in Kent . The Lower Road connects it with

    Parishes Bermondsey

    manor, St. Saviour's Dock and a little dock 'this side Rotherhithe ,' some meadow land, two gardens in Long Lane , fishing and hawking in the marshes of Bermondsey and Rotherhithe , and three parcels of land and wall in

    Cistercian monks Eastminster, New Abbey

    of Gravesend , Lenches, Leybourne , Wateringbury , Gore , Parrocks and Bicknor , co. Kent , the manor of Rotherhithe and the reversion of the manor of Gomshall , co. Surrey , and the advowsons of the churches of

    The parish of Chelsea Introduction Cheyne Walk c. 1840, from the Old Church looking east to Cadogan Pier

    Old English words for chalk and a landing-place, the last part in common with nearby Lambeth , Stepney , and Rotherhithe . 11 The usual meaning of a settlement located on such rock is considered unlikely, given the local geology,

    The borough of Southwark Borough

    Clink and Paris Garden Liberties, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe , but the number of representatives was not changed. 68 The Redistribution of Seats Act divided the new borough in 1885 into the West, the Rotherhithe and the Bermondsey divisions, to eac

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. Streets, &c. in St. Saviours Parish.

    and that leads to the Head of S. SAVIOURS DOCK. Again along the River of Thames , betwixt Lambeth and Rotherhithe are several Publick Stairs, or Landing Places, beginning Westward , viz. Lambeth Bridge , Stand gate or Sun gate,

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark.

    , having continual Building on both the Sides, with Lanes and Alleys up to Battel Bridge, to Horsedowne, and towards Rotherhithe : also some good half Mile in length from London Bridge . So that I account the whole continual

    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Wharfs and Keys.

    Barking , Greenwich , Deptford , Blackwall , Limehouse , Ratcliff , Wapping , St. Katherines , Tower Hill , Rotherhithe , Southwark , London-bridge , and every of them, and all and singular Keyes, Wharfes, and other Places within

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en cynyg ar y mesur. cyn hyny. Tra yr oedd nifer ofechgyn yn ymdrochi yn yr afon yn agos i Rotherhithe ychydig ddyddiau yn ol, aeth un o honynt i le rhy ddwfn, ac aeth o'r golwg; neid- iodd brawd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyfod i'r cyfarfod, ymhlith y Thai yr oedd Mr. Brincley Richards, Mr. Watkin Williams, A.S., y Parch. Mr. Jones, ficer Rotherhithe, a Mr. Morgan Lloyd. Yr oedd y cyfamfod yn t-yfansoddedig o gerddoriaeth ac areithio, ac o'r dechreu i'r diwedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn bresenol gwelem y rhai canlynol:- Mr. Watkin Williams, A. S., yParchn. J. Griffith, M.A., Rector Nedd; R. Jones, Ficer Rotherhithe; Mri. D. Davies, Llandinam; S. Evans, Llundain ; J. F. Roberts, Manchester;- T. Gee, Maer Dinbych; T. Jones, Maer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A.S. G. ORBORNE MORGAN, Ysw., A.S. J. . PIJLESTON, Ysw., AS. HENRY RICHARD, Ysw., A.S. Y Parch. E. JONES, M.A., Rotherhithe. R. L. LLOYD, Ysw., Nantgwyllt. C. R. LONGCROFFT, Ysw., Llanina. Captain LONGCROFFT, LIanina. HUGH OWEN, Ysw., Llundain. J. F. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A.S. G. ORBORNE MORGAN, Ysw., A.S. J. H. PULESTON, Ysw., A.S. HENRY RICHARD, Ysw., A.S. Y Parch. R. JONES, M.A., Rotherhithe. R. L. LLOYD, Ysw., Nantgwyllt. C. R. LONGCROFFT, Ysw., Llanina. Captain LONGCROFFT, Llanina. HUGH OWEN, Ysw., Llundain. J. F. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SWALE, Richard (d.1608), of Rotherhithe, Surr. Askham Richard, Yorks.

    (d.1608), of Rotherhithe, Surr. Askham Richard, Yorks. Constituency Dates Higham Ferrers 1589 Ofifces Held Fellow, Jesus, Camb. 1571-6; Caius 1576-89, president 1582, bursar 1585; official of the archdeaconry of Ely 1583; master in Chancery from 1587; chancellor and vicar-gen. Ely

    ATKINSON, Samuel (c.1645-1718), of Rotherhithe, Surr.

    (c.1645-1718), of Rotherhithe, Surr. Constituency Dates Harwich 1698 14 Feb 1699 Ofifces Held Gov. corp. of Sons of Clergy 1678; er. bro. Trinity House 1687, master 1700–1, dep. master 1706. Ofifces Held Commr. licensing hawkers and pedlars 1698–?d., transports 1689–1715.

    MANGLES, James (1762-1838), of Woodbridge, nr. Guildford, Surr.

    Trade directories indicate that their business (which another brother, Robert, had joined by 1805) subsequently expanded across the Thames to Rotherhithe, where they were listed as shipwrights in 1817 and as Mangles and Company, wharfingers, in 1820. Mangles signed the

    HEWER, William (1642-1715), of Gauden House, Clapham, Surr.

    Co. 1698-1709, dep. governor 1704-6, 1708-9, direction, 1709-13. Ofifces Held Asst. Clothworkers’ Co. 1684, master 1686-7; member of shipwrights’ co., Rotherhithe 1686; j.p. Essex, Hants, Kent, Mdx., Suff., Surr., Suss. and Westminster 1687-9; commr. for assessment, Westminster 1689; dep. lt.

    LOXLEY, Robert, of Polstead, Surr.

    course of his long career. Together with his wife, Margaret, who was herself the heiress to holdings in Southwark and Rotherhithe, he acquired land in the Surrey villages of Polstead and Compton, and at the time of his death, in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 March 1755, 13 March 1755

    acrofs the " River 'Thames, between the Hamlet of Ratcliffe in the « County of Middlefex, and the Parifh of Rotherhithe " in the County of Surrey." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fliall " pafs?" " A Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1771, 18 April 1771

    He is directed to withdraw. Then William Montague was called in, and, being fworn, proved, " That Mr. Wefi of Rotherhithe had for " many Years paid Rent to the City of London for a " Piece of Ground on Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1783, 8 April 1783

    and watching the PavinSBi!!*' " Streets, Lanes, Yards, Courts, Alleys and Paffages, ** within the Parifh of Saint Mary at Rotherhithe, other- •' wife Redriffe, in the County of Surrey ; and for re- " moving and preventing Nuifances and Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1783, 14 April 1783

    lighting and watching the " Streets, Lanes, Yards, Courts, Alleys and Paflages " within the Parifh of Saint Mary at Rotherhithe, other- " wife Redriffe, in the County of Surrey ; and for re- " moving and preventing Nuifances and Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1783, 17 April 1783

    paving, cleanfmg, lighting and watching the Streets, Lanes, Yards, Courts, Alleys and Pafiages within the Parifh of Saint Mary at Rotherhithe, otherwife Rednffe, in the County of Surrey ; and for removing and preventing Nuifances and Annoyances therein." An Aft Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (A2): A Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): Transferred to Kingsand in 1810. Meeting Places Acorn Tavern, Rotherhithe Street, Rotherhithe, London 1799

    Lodge of Sincerity

    Artichoke Lane, Virginia Street, London 1768 White Lion, Princes Stairs, Rotherhithe, London 1784 Old Bull's Head, Rotherhithe Street, Bermondsey, London 1785 White Lion, Princes Stairs, Rotherhithe, London 1788 Jamaica House, Rotherhithe Street, Bermondsey, London 1790 Red Lion, Horsleydown Lane, London

    United Mariners Lodge

    Bermondsey, London 1807 Horse-lay-down, Fair Street, Tooley Street, London 1810 White Lion, Elephant Stairs, Rotherhithe, London 1812 Red Lion, Rotherhithe, London 1818 White Lion, Elephant Stairs, Rotherhithe, London 1819 The Hope, Bethnal Green Road, London 1823 Dial, Long Alley, Moorfields,

    Neptune Lodge

    Deptford, London, England 1797 Jolly Sailor, Rotherhithe Road, Rotherhithe, London, England 1801 Royal Oak, Rotherhithe, London, England 1805 Bunch of Grapes, Rotherhithe, London, England 1808 Ship, Rotherhithe, London, England 1809 Neptune, Neptune Street, Rotherhithe, London, England 1810 Noah's Ark, London,

    no name is given

    in the Mint, Southwark, London 1755 Wool Pack, Lombard Street in the Mint, Southwark, London 1758 Queen's Head, Red Cross Street, Southwark, London 1759 Red Cross Inn, Borough High Street, Southwark, London 1761 White Swan, Elephant Stairs, Rotherhithe, London 1766

 

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