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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Waltham Holy Cross Economic history and local government

    and the courts of the manors of Waltham and Sewardstone . The earliest surviving court roll, for 1270-1 , relates to Sewardstone . 187 There are a number of rolls for Sewardstone dating from the 15th and early 16th centuries.

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    side (refronted later), the Vicarage, and a single example in Sewardstone Street . There are two impressive 18th-century brick frontages in the centre of the town: Essex House in Sewardstone Street (No. 20) is of three stories and five bays

    Waltham Holy Cross Churches, schools and charities

    for the town, Holyfield , Upshire , and Sewardstone . 33 In the early 19th century, before the formation of High Beech parish, there was one warden for the town, one for Sewardstone , and one shared by Holyfield and

    Bethnal Green Roman Catholicism

    before 1910. 84 Sisters of the Christian Retreat, French order specializing in educ., maintained St. Teresa's convent at no. 106 Sewardstone Rd. c . 1927-41 . 85 Congregation of Our Lady (Canonesses of St. Augustine ), originally French order specializing

    Loughton Loughton and the preservation of Epping Forest

    rights. 16 At Theydon Bois there was a lopping custom similar to that at Loughton . At Waltham Abbey and Sewardstone the lopping rights had been converted into fuel assignments attached to certain tenements in those manors. 17 A polemical

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    Bonyalva. Braybrooke. Brecon. Bucklawren. Carradon. Denbigh. Englishcombe. Epworth. Fordington. Fowey. Frognal. Ingleby. Kennington. Kirton in Lindsey. Lambley. Mallaen. Mavon. Richmond. Sewardstone. Stanton under Bardon. Stapleford. Stratton super Fosse. Talley. Tewington. Thockrington. Trelow ia. Whitgift. Mares , imported, duty on, 288.

    Volume 29, August 1-October 16, 1694, 01 August 1694-16 October 1694

    dead, contradicting the report, but confessing he was afflicted with the stone for the last 12 or 14 years. Dated Sewardstone, 5 Sept. 1694. Accompanied by an affidavit that he was living. 2 half pages. Sept. 6. 20 . Letter

    Entry Book, July 1670, 15-31, 15 July 1670-31 July 1670

    ] to enquire as to waste of timber made in Waltham Forest by William Pocock, lord of the manor of Sewardstone: as informed by Mr. Pepys, a Commissioner of the Navy, and by Nicholas Parke, a King's waiter in London

    Warrant Book, December 1703, 16-31, 01 December 1703-31 December 1703

    General of Woods, Trent South ] of the petition of Thomas Goodinge, serjeant at law, steward of the manor of Sewardstone Co. Essex shewing that William Sherboult, William Pigbone, Nicholas Gundry and others of the parish of Waltham Cross have

    Index of Persons and Places, G, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    Goodeve , , a security for G. Murray, 381. Goodinge , Thomas, serjeant at law, steward of the manor of Sewardstone, 488. Goodman (Goodson), Richard, land in St. Albans, 352, 381. Goodrick , Sir Henry, Ordnance accounts, 43. Goodridge ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Ray, Esq., of Montague place, and the Grove, Edmonton. (On the 7th inst. at Waltham Abbey, and afterwards at Sewardstone. according to the torms of the Lutheran church, the Baron Rebausen. Charge d'Affaires of his Ma~esty the King of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a day's stroll through the less frequented parts of the [Registered for Transmission Abroad. rorest-say, perhaps, in the neighbourhood of Sewardstone, or Woodford, or Chingford. In a short time - he will have become sufficiently expert to determine what parts Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Forest in which the enclosures of Hawk- wood Farm and Hawkwood House have been made. It will then run by Sewardstone, Leppili's Hill, and Pynest 'Green to High Beech. Could any plan, we ask, be more reasonable? Could any be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &c, " Defendant sent letters to merchants in different parts of the country soliciting orders, and Mr. CHARrrs SAVILLE, of Sewardstone, Essex, applied for a price list, and afterwards sent an order, also forwarding a cheque for £7. Is. in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vwere eudeavouring to change from one boat to another when both upset, immersing- the occupants. Two mnei, Joseph Freeman, of Sewardstone Roa, Victoria Pexrik, and a marine, named Hill, were drowned, but the others were rescued. t Sergeant Whittle and Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Technical education., 1868

    bg tty tonal Harvesting Corn in Wet Weather. The Essay by Mr. W. A. Gibbs , of Gill well- park, Sewardstone , Essex , for which the Gold Medal of the Society and a prize of Fifty Guineas were awarded, Subscribers-only content

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