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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stretton

    of the church; the rector in 1811 obtained a faculty to rebuild it 4 as it was ruinous and dilapidated. Stocken Hall , the residence of Major C. H. Fleetwood-Hesketh , lies about 11/2 miles north-east of Stretton village, close

    Industries Brewing

    development by Oliver Stocken , who acquired the business in 1769 . He came from an ancient family, a branch of which was settled at Linton , Cambridgeshire , where Richard Stocken , the grandfather of Oliver Stocken the brewer,

    Parishes Sydenham SKETCH MAP OF SYDENHAM C. 1800

    period. It refers to 'La Breche' and also to a close called Stokkyng (the later Stockend Close and the present Stocken Corner Covert) as being tithe free, and specifically states that the latter was free as it was a new

    Index K-Z

    Chas Howard , earl of Nottingham , 2 Wm Monson , Thos, Revd W.H., Stiles , P.H.F., Stocke , Ric., Stocken , Jas, Stokes , Leonard, Stoket : John, Master Nic ., fam., Stokker : John, Margt, w. of Sir

    Index K-Z

    ; and see Stuart Stewart & Head , ii. Stiff & Co. , ii. Stigand , abp. of Canterbury , Stocken , John, ii. Oliver (d. 1808), ii. Oliver Thos . John (fl. 1824-40 ), ii. Ric., ii. Wm., ii.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    far as regards J. Haines-W. Andrews a od W. Prowne, Liverpool, shipsmiths-C. Slater and C. LqnK, Fetter lane, pluhbers- A Stocken and t. Mao, Piccadilly, and Kinnerton street, Belgrave square, coach -tilders-P. S. H aIison and ll. Blad- worth, Highi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW dOTrTO SCENTS for DRAWERS, &C., m ev tearnety of Perfume,, Is. eanh. 'To be hrad-at sesmnSaigrers, 1150 Oxford street. Stocken, 3 Quadrant F~ront, TBemblue bar; Johnstos, tdornhiia s andi of tce PropeiOr' 9 Olegenteiresi, lPiccadillY, Lundon; id at h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ls. each. at Viner's Wareroom. 4bladdox street, Nesv Bond street: Gurner, 9Wigmore street; Prout, 'semple bar; Johnston, Cornhill; White, Cornhill; Stocken, Quadrant 'l'CONOMY and BRILLIANCY il LIGHT.- E NUNN'S VEGETABLE OIL, 4s. fid. per imperial gallon.- THOMAS NUNN and SONS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 2s. chareh srrvices, from 5s 6d. to t'. Isd 6id. tera. velling wreting cases, from 13s 6d. pocket-books, &c.-At Stocken',. 53'Quadrant,Regent street. T MPORTANT to ALL LADIES.-The best and 1. most ecanomirsi FRENCHI and ENGLISH CORSET and-STAY ESTA BLISHMENT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T -t[CR-j,,lS. -GR'EAT WES.TERN~ 1..i ti t t clii [aid cite, Ihe tat 'if ReMi~iv' hii, ItETU RN L% dti.tiac cite e,,ve0Iliti ;Ii toflies .i ti te noacte lao thee ore thy' t itiit alm-icti a ot X olotac Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Accounts, December 1591 - December 1593

    who went abroad from infected houses. Vestry Minutes, Sep. 1593; "It was before [certain vestrymen ] agreed y t daniell Stocken of westm' should kill the dogges of this p'ishe, And to Allowe unto him for killinge of eu'y dogges

    Minute Book, February 1706, 01 February 1706-28 February 1706

    read ] . He must be satisfied with what he has upon the Establishment. Ibid ., p. 284. Le Sieur Stocken [his petition is read ] . Upon proof of these allegations the goods [ are ] to be carried


    8. Original Wills preserved at the Principal Probate Registry, Somerset House. MSS. preserved in the City Library, Guildhall (particularly the Stocken MSS.). Harleian, Lansdowne, Additional and other MSS. preserved at the British Museum (particularly Lansdowne MS. 558). Chronicles of the

    Minute Book, December 1667, 2-13 , 01 December 1667-31 December 1667

    paid in, what is behind and on whom. Mr. Butts called in and the Excise Commissioners. Butts is bond for Stocken and must pay. Write Mr. Wren to move the Duke [of York ] for a letter to the Governor

    Warrant Book, February 1706, 1-15, 01 February 1706-28 February 1706

    to the Customs Commissioners to permit the Customs free re-export of wines etc. arrived from Holland belonging to Sieur de Stocken who was appointed by the King of Denmark to be his Envoy here but is recalled. Out Letters (


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