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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Grafton Flyford

    traceried heads to the panels, and a modern font. In the north chapel is a broken marble monument to Roger Stonehall , who died in 1645 . Under the tower are roughly designed paintings on boards of the evangelistic symbols

    Wanstead Manors

    . 51 At the same time Leicester bought the neighbouring manor of Stonehall in Ilford , which subsequently descended with Wanstead . 52 Leicester mortgaged Wanstead and Stonehall in 1580 to Thomas Skinner for £4,000. 53 Skinner later threatened foreclosure,

    East Ham Manors and estates

    holding East Ham manor, together with Stonehall in Ilford . 42 East Ham descended, like Stonehall , to his infant son Edward (d. 1558) and subsequently to Edward's brother Arthur. 43 Arthur Breame sold Stonehall , but retained East Ham

    Parishes Kempsey

    of Lieut.- Col. Charles Edmund Southouse Scott, R.A. Napleton , with the seat of Mr. Philip Seymour Williams , and Stonehall are in the east, Brook End in the north-east and Upper Ham in the north. Lower Ham is a

    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    his brother Arthur. 554 In 1577-9 Stonehall was conveyed by Arthur Breame to John Bales , and later to Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester , for whom Bales was probably an agent. 555 Stonehall subsequently descended along with the manor

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Cornhill Ward, Second precinct

    John 10.80 54.00 0.60 50.00 Rolfe , Samuel 10.00 50.00 1.20 100.00 Merrion , - (Dr) 0.00 0.00 12.00 1000.00 Stonehall , Richard 4.80 24.00 0.00 0.00 Harper , Henry 7.60 38.00 1.20 100.00 Keble , Cary 10.00 50.00 0.00

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    Thomas alias Sow Sampford. Saxon Hall. Sayes Court. Scroopes. Sheen. Shepton Mallet. Shippon. Shottesbrook. Solom. Solport. Somersham. Staffield. Stoke Climsland. Stonehall. Stow cum Quy. Strata Marcella Abbey. Strata Marcella Minor alias Regis. Stratton Sanctuary. Stratton-super-Fosse. Sulgrave. Sunninghill. Taddiport. Talley. Taplow.

    Killington and Firbank

    by one Indenture dated 9 January, 6 Charles I, (1630 1) granted the messuage called "Bruntgill" to John Fawcett of Stonehall in Sedbergh co. York, yeoman, Richard Thistlthwait of Hakera in Dente co. York, yeoman, and Thomas Sutton of Moores

    Entry Book, May 1695, 1-5, 01 May 1695-05 May 1695

    town of Trumpington 0 6 8 ditto for the manor of Trumpington 0 2 0 ditto for the manor called Stonehall in Harston 0 2 0 ditto for the manor called Scroopes Manor of Harston 0 2 0 ditto for

    Henry VIII, August 1542, 26-31, 01 August 1542-31 August 1542

    of the gardens is surrounded by a brick wall, the other by a mud wall; also a tenement called le Stonehall, on Tower hill, between the high way on the north and the said gardens on the south, in which

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Name of Parish. j Kathmolion ; Rathgraff Rathfeigh Rathcore Ratiiie Robertstown Skryne Staholmock Scurlockstown - oldnc - Stackallen 1 Strokestown Stonehall Syddan Taughmore Telltown Templecairn Tara Trubly Trim Trestlekerrow - J. uiiamore Vastina Diocese of Meath — dumber f Acres. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    445. Selkirk, 431. Shanagolden, 445. Shrule, 445. Slieverue and Glanmore, 421. Sligo, 421. Stevenston, 440. Stirling, 465. Stirling Burgh, 474. Stonehall, 445. Stow- market, 470. Stradbally and Ballylaneen, 421. Stranorlar and Kiltevock, 445. Strathmiglo, 445. Street, 421. Stroud, 409. Sudbury, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    498. Shandrum, 410. Shankhill, 277. Shrule, 416. 425. Skreen, 446. Slieverue and Glanmore, 421. Sligo, 421. Stabannon, 416. Stamullen, 119. Stonehall, 498. Stradbally, 445. Stradbelly and Bally- laneen, 421. Street, 421. Suncroft, 466. Suttons, 416. Swords, 20. Syddan, 416.—Tacumshane, 416. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    * Dromore Parish. Ross, or Temple ~i Udigan - ' -J Kellystown - - Grange Silvs Clonmore Ballymore Kilcavin Balteagh Stonehall Kilcrohane - Kilcummin - Legerrick from 1 Kilconickny - J Derry Bovevagh - Rathbeggan - Ballymaglassen Ardglass Ballyshehan - Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 17 January 1816

    - £. NG GLEBE HOUSES. Tulloghallen St. Doulough's Clonmethan Tallaght Kilgobbin Dunlavin Holmpatrick StrafFan Narraghmore Ballybrood - Ballyhane Rathaspeck - Stonehall - - - - Athboy Inniscarra Faraghy Magheracioone - Kilmocomogue - Kiltormer - Banagher Termonamongan -.-.-" Ballyphilip ----_¦- Aghamacart Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TAMWORTH, John, of Winchelsea, Suss.

    TAMWORTH, John, of Winchelsea, Suss. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 1419 Winchelsea 1422 Winchelsea 1427 Hastings 1435 Hastings 1445 Ofifces Held Mayor, Winchelsea Easter 1421-2. Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Suss. Feb. 1422. Ofifces Held Collector of customs and subsidies, Chichester

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CnoomE (at 11),-This day. December 2, Severn Stoke; Tease. day, 5, Old Hills; Thursday, 7, Cropithorne New Inn; Saturday, 9, Stonehall Colamon. a HxnroaaDsiszRR, SoUrT (at 10.45).-Tuesday, December 5 Thruxton; Friday, 8, Holms Laey. nsRDBRYa (at 11).-Monday, December 4, Somers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village; Satirday, 9, N'eston Park he CEoosca (at 11)-Tuesday, December 6,Old Hills; Thursday r- 7, Cropthorne New Inn. Saturday, 9, Stonehall Comonas e EREFoRD4nn1sE, SOUJTH (e0 10.45).-Tuesday, Decemnber Thruxton; Friday, 8, Holuse Lacey. at LEUDBURY (at 11)-This day, December 4, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eddowes, solicitor, of Sutton Coldfield, made an application on behalf of the trustees of the Castle Bromwlch and Stonehall turnpike roads, to eject Frank Robins from the toll-house and premises at Castle Brom. wicb, in consequence of his neglecting to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Humphreys, Prov. k G.ML; J, (J'ao Pros. O.S. - 8. P. Summerfield, P. Prov, a G.M. and G. 1. Stonehall, P.G.-Littleborough: J. Scott, t P. Prov. G.M.-Loughborough: H, Cheshire, P. Prov. t -G.M-Pottery and Newcastle: P, Glass, P.G. DI.; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morrison. Leek: Robert Farrow, P }'rov. G.l. Leicester: J. Webb. Prov. G.M. J .Hum- phreys, P. Prcv. G.M.; George H. Stonehall, Prov. D.G.Ai.; S. P. Summerfield, P. Prov. G.M. Melton j Mowbray: Geoge Webster, P.Prov. G.ML Northampton: IJohnSheffield, 1rov. C.S. Subscribers-only content

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