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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Stepney.

    the then Rector of Stepney should so long live, and until the Determination thereof; shall and may receive, enjoy, and take the Annual Rent of 26l. reserved by the said Lease. The first Portionist of Ratcliff Stepney , to be

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    of Stepney and Hackney . And for Lands descended from the Part of the Father; the next Cousin of the Part on the Mother, not able to inherit those Lands, ought to be Gardian. And if the Lands came from

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    of Stepney and Hackney . The Reeve to deliver the Rental to his Successor. I Tem, The Reeves of the said Manours, and of either of them, shall at the next general Court, after his Year of Service expired, deliver

    Book 4, Chapter 5 of Stepney and Hackney.

    of Stepney and Hackney . Cattel offending, shall be driven to the Lords Pound . I Tem, That no Customary Tenants of the said Manours, or of either of them, for any Offence to be done by any Mans Cattel,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Stepney.

    following: One Person, by the Name of the Portionist of Stepney , [ Ratcliff Stepney : ] And the other Person, by the Name of the Portioni t of Spittle-Fields Stepney : Who shall be severally admitted, instituted, and inducted,

  • * British History Online *

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    ANON of Stepney, [Mrs]

    [Mrs ] ANON of Stepney [Mrs ] ANON of Stepney Biography Name [Mrs ] ANON of Stepney Gender Female Period of medical practice 1586-1606 Address Stepney 1596 Other notes Summoned 1596. Outcome? Known London address Stepney Date 1596 Censorial hearings

    The Common Paper, Mandate of Robert Braybrooke, 28 June 1391

    so they may appear before us, or our commissioners for this purpose, in the chapel of our manor of Stebenheth' [Stepney ] on a certain convenient day chosen by you or one of yours, by chastising them with a view

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1664

    Streete iremonger, Francis Collins of Ratcliffe in Stepney bricklayer, John Cowdrey of Stepney carpenter, Peter Pennington of Stepney marriner, Samuel Groome of Stepney maryner, Roger Evans of Stepney smith, Richard Knowlman of Stepney seaman, Samuel Bowlton of Poster Lane London

    COOPER, Robert

    1629 (BSC)) Period of medical practice 1605-1625 Address Stepney 1615. Barbican (shop) 1629. ?Maidstone 1630 Other notes Fined 1615. ?Archbishop of Canterbury's licence 1630 (Abbot's Register III.107). Raach p.203. Known London address Stepney Date 1615 Barbican Parish St Giles without

    The Fraternity of Jesus, Letter of protection to Henry Hasylwood, appointed to collect alms in diocese of York, 1536

    Anno regni nostri vicesimo septimo. per ipsum Regem, et. per Crumwell. Richard Pace, elected Dean 25 October, 1519, died at Stepney in 1532. He was also Dean of Exeter from 1522 to 8 July 1527, when he resigned that preferment.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of documents in London Metropolitan Archives used

    returns C72 Bethnal Green Borough Council, records C93 Stepney Borough Council, records CL London County Council Clerk's Department, records E/PHI Spencer Phillips Estate, Stepney , records M79/LH Hackney Manorial Records, Lordshold M93 Stepney and Hackney Manorial Records MBO/DS Metropolitan Buildings

    Stepney Protestant Nonconformity to 1689

    , near Wapping (Congregationalist); and the house of W. Polter in Bell Lane , Stepney (Baptist). 88 Between 1661 and 1689 more conventiclers were summonsed from Stepney than anywhere else in Middlesex . Arrests reflected not only the strength of

    Stepney Manors and Estates Sir George Philpot 's house in 1615

    John of Stepney (de STEBBENHETH ), clerk, who acquired land in Stepney from 1317, may have been a kinsman of John of Stepney the younger (d. by 1326 ), himself the nephew of the prominent Londoner John of Stepney the

    Stepney Settlement and Building to c. 1700 STEPNEY IN THE MIDDLE AGES : FIELDS AND PLACE-NAMES STEPNEY c. 1550

    local population. Landholders included Salomon of Stepney from the 1140s , and Bernard of Stepney in 1178 . Between 1163 and 1187 Ralph the clerk, of Stepney , was granted a house in Stepney which had assarted land to the

    Stepney Economic History

    Brice of Stepney , 32 who had probably obtained the mill on his marriage to Catherine, daughter of Salomon of Stepney . Brice's estate passed to his nephew Benet of Maneton, who in 1222 as Benet of Stepney sought to

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Theft, 10/05/1676

    women of Stepney were indicted ( one as principal the other two as accessaries) for stealing Hemp enough to make Halters for all the Rogues in Christendome, that is to say, no less than four thousand weight in one Indictment,

    Theft, 03/07/1678

    Silver Tankard valued at Five pound ten shillings at Stepney , on the thirteeth of May , it was taken with him before he was far gone, viz. in the house of Office, being seen by one who told the

    Theft, Theft, 26/02/1679

    Fellow at Stepney having one Night made an invasion on an Hen-roost, and carried away captive abo ut 18 of them , of which some were found at one of his Neighbours house, where he left, them, was for the

    William West, Theft, 26/02/1680

    for that he in the Parish of Stepney by force and Arms, did Felloniously take and bear away thirteen Yards of Chamblet, the Goods and Chattels of Robert Adkins , taking it off from the Stall Grate in the Evening,

    John Stoaks, Theft, 07/12/1681

    As likewise John Stoaks upon an Indictment for Stealing 4 pair of Gloves from Elizabeth Pursh of the Parish of Stepney , Pleaded Guilty to that Indictment, and all other within the Benefit of his Clergy.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o gariad at yr aches, ac o gydymdeimlad a'r dioddefwyr, Yn ln cwr i'r adeilad gwelem yr . hyharch Filwriad Stepney, A.S. dros fwrdeisdrefi .Caerfyrddin, dros ei S oed; yna, dyna Henry Rich- ard yn cael ei fyddaru a cheers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lie uchod, moewn canlyniad; lwyr ataliad y gweithiau alcam yn yr ardal er's rhai misoedd bellach. Ymddengys fod y Milwrad Stepney, A.S., a C. W. Neville, Westfar House, wedi daulgas caredigrwrydd mawr trwy gyfranu defayddian gmborth yn eu plith, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gorwedd dan Penyfai, tir y perthynol i Mr. John Johnes, a Caesawddi, tir per- I i- thynol i'r Milwriad Stepney, A.S. Nis gall y ne- f )_ wydd hwn lai na bod yn dderbyniol iawn gan y k . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y .n wlad." 0 blaid y mesbr, 109; yn erbyn 14. y Ymhlith y mwyafrif ceir J. Jones, Milwriad Id Stepney, C. H. D. Tracy,.H. H. Vivian, a P. . Vivian; yn erbyn, H. Richard. Pan oedd - eisiau pleidlais Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ein barn ni. Yn yr Evangelical Magazine am Rhagfyr; 1858, o ceir erthygl gan y Parch. John Kennedy, M.A., d Stepney, ar Perronett a Shrubsale. Yn yr erthygl N hono ceir yr emyn yn ei ffurf wreiddiol i bob 1% Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STEPNEY, John (1743-1811), of Llanelly, Carm.

    STEPNEY, John (1743-1811), of Llanelly, Carm. Constituency Dates Monmouth 3 Dec. 1767 Mar. 1788 Ofifces Held Envoy to Saxony 1776-82, to Prussia 1782-4. Biography Stepney was returned for Monmouth on the interest of the Duke of Beaufort with whom he

    KEILWAY, Robert (by 1515-81), of Stepney, Mdx. and Coombe, Warws.

    (by 1515-81), of Stepney, Mdx. and Coombe, Warws. Constituency Dates Bristol 1545 Bristol 1547 Steyning 1559 Ofifces Held Bencher, I. Temple by 1538; surveyor, ct. of wards 1546; recorder, Bristol c.1544-52; j.p. Wilts. from c.1543, Berks. from c.1549, q. Berks.

    SMITH (SMYTH), William (1617-97), of Radclive, Bucks. and Stepney, Mdx.

    of Radclive, Bucks. and Stepney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Winchelsea Feb 1641 16 Jan. 1644 Buckingham 1661 Ofifces Held Col. of horse (royalist) 1643-6; gov. of Hillesden 1644. Ofifces Held J.p. Buckingham Nov. 1660, Bucks. 1662-87, Mdx. 1674-87; commr. for assessment,

    DAVISON, William (c.1541-1608), of Stepney, Mdx.

    glorious and bright appearance.He died about 21 Dec. 1608 and was buried on the 24th at Stepney. He had large debts, even his Stepney house being mortgaged for £700 to his ‘kind and loving and most faithful friend’ George Byng

    WENTWORTH, Sir Thomas II (by 1525-84), of Nettlestead, Suff., Westminster and Stepney, Mdx.

    1525-84), of Nettlestead, Suff., Westminster and Stepney, Mdx. Constituency Dates Suffolk 1547 Ofifces Held Jt. ld. lt. Suff. 1552-3, 1560-1, Norf. and Suff. 1569; trier of petitions in the Lords, Parlts. of Mar. 1553, 1563, 1571; PC 21 Aug. 1553-8;

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Doct. Barnes, Garret, Hierome, Martyrs.

    Vicar of Stepney, was likewise drawen into Smithfield, and there together with them, constantly endured martyrdome in the fire.Now let vs adde also to these the story of Hierome.¶ The lyfe and story of W. Hierome Vicare of Stepney, and

    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    apprehended and burned with Doctor Barnes. William Ierome burned in Smithfeld. With whome also William Hierom som time viccar of Stepney was likewise drawen into Smithfield & there together with them constantly endured martirdome in the fier. when they were

    K. Henry. 8. Barnes, Garret, and Hierome, Martyrs.

    vicar of Stepney, was likewise drawn into Smithfield, and there together with them, constantly endured martirdome in the fire.Now let vs adde also to these, the story of Hierome.The lyfe and story of W. Hierome Vicar of Stepney and Martyr

    K. Henry. 8. The persecution and trouble of Barnes, Hierome, and Garret.

    vicare of Stepney, was likewyse drawne into Smithfielde, and there together wyth them, constantly endured martyrdome in the fire.Now let vs adde also to these, the storie of Hierome.The life and storie of W. Hierome Vicare of Stepney and Martyr

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    and agreed with her in the same.The information of Alice warner widowe.ALice warner widow of Ratclif, in the parish of Stepney, testifeth & saith, that vpon a sondaye, sixe wekes agon, a certayn company of French men, Ducthmen, & other

 

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