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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Water Stratford

    Stratford WATER STRATFORD Stradford (xi cent.); Stratforwe, Stratford , Straford, Westratforde (xiii-xv cent.). Stratford did not acquire its present name until the 15th century, the first reference to Water Stratford occurring about 1436, after which date the name West

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespearean festivals and theatres

    with Stratford may have begun some time earlier, since in 1825 he was thanking the public 'for the liberal support he has for many years experienced'. The Shakespearean Theatre in Chapel Lane is the only one of the early Stratford

    West Ham Transport and postal services

    works at Stratford is described elsewhere. 8 The North Woolwich branch originated in 1846 , when the Eastern Counties and Thames Junction railway, originally intended for coal traffic only, was opened from Stratford via Stratford Bridge (later Stratford Market )

    West Ham Worthies, entertainments, sports and pastimes

    34. W. Ham Official Guide ( 1958/9 ); Stratford Express 19 Dec. 1958 . Stratford Express , 27 Sept. 1963 ; W.H.L. Illus. Coll . (Theatres): Essoldo. O. Tapper , The Other Stratford ( 1962 ) provides a full history

    West Ham Industries

    with London . From the 14th century the bakers of Stratford are often mentioned. Some, perhaps most, of these were at Stratford Bow (Mdx.), but others may have been at Stratford Langthorne . 2 This trade is said to have

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 25 [Assize] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [of Bakers.]

    di. q. ob. Item, the halfpeny loof whyt of Stratford * must wey 2 ouncis more than the halfpeny whyt loof of London . Item, the halfpeny whete loof of Stratford must wey 3 ouncis more than the halfpeny whete

    Book 2, Chapter 5 Limestreet Ward. Leadenhall.

    I have here before spoken of the Bread Carts coming from Stratford at the Bow , ye shall understand, that of old time, the Bakers of Bread at Stratford were allowed to bring daily (except the Sabbath and principal Feasts)

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 St. Leonard's Bromley.

    Leonardi de Stratford at Bow . Richard Gosselyn, Citizen and Ironmonger, by his last Will, bequeathed ten Marks, for mending the Highway at Bromley : Reckoning from the House of Steven Miller usque ad Domum Monialium de Stratford : i.e.

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Bridge Ward without. Bridgehouse.

    were not bound to make, repair, or maintain the foresaid Chalk Causeway , or any Bridges between Stratford at Bow , and Hamme Stratford , nor had accustomed to do it. But the first Presentment was confirmed against the said

    Appendix 1, Chapter 13 West Ham.

    Foot 's Monument. There is no Inscription, but no Question was set up for one of the Lord Abbots of Stratford . There be these Coats of Arms upon the Monument: An Angel with a Cross on his Head, holding

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    penglog noeth oedd ganddo, a dychrynais yn ang. hyffredin, fel y methais ag aros i wrandaw ar laril Malmesbury,. Arglwydd Stratford de Redcliffe, ac a Ardalydd Salisbury yn siarad, a phrysurais i Dy ay Cyfredin i glywed Syr John Coleridge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y Prifysgolion gan ei anfon i bwyllgof neilliduol. 'n, -Rhoddodd Iarl Grxanville' atebiad s sylwadau o 'n- eiddo Argilwydd Stratford de Redcliffe ar.bwinc y Y llofraddiaethau yn Groeg. ljywedodd yr Ysgrifen-., re- ydd Tramer fod Llywodraeth ci 'Mawrhydi yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydyw i un Stratford Canning, marsiandwr yn Llundain; ixrawd hynaf yr hwn oedd tad George r Canhing, y gwladweinydd enwog, yr hwn a fu farw n' pan yn Brif Weinidog yn i827. Ganwyd Ar- , glwydd Stratford de Redecliffe yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhwng Ffrainc a a Prw'.ia o berthynas i rai o diriogaethau y Cyfandir. n Dygwyd yr achos yinlaon gan Iarll Stratford de Red- g cliffe, yr han a ofynodd eglurhad y ~lywodraeth ar Y yr byn oedd wedi ymnddangos yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lonz- sn -eville, Deon St. Pall;.Djlundain. Yr oedd Dr. PT Mansel a deulu y Manseliaid a Cosgrove, Stony, oc 2 Stratford. f Ganwyd,4 yi y lie hlww, yn Hydref, r 1820, pryd yr oedd cid dad yi beriglorvy plwyt. LEnwogodd Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1588 (1563)

    therfore the. xv. day of May, very early in the morning they were caried from Newgate in a carte, to Stratford at Bowe, and moste quietly in the fyre, praysing God, yealded vp their soules in to his handes, by

    Quene Mary. Vj. Martyrs burnt at Colchester. Hugh Lauerocke, John Apprice, Martyrs.

    constantly confesse The Martyrdome of Hugh Lauerocke & Iohn Apprice, at Stratford the Bow. An. 1556. May. 15.The Martyrdome of a blind man, and a lame man, at Stratford the Bow.At their death, Hugh Lauerocke, after he was cheined, casting

    Book 6, page 1596 (1563)

    beades and his taper before the crosse. &c.Confessors.Thomas Paret.Martyn Hunt.Iohn Norice.Iune. 27.Thomas Parret.AFter the tyme of burning of these in Stratford, the same moneth died in the pryson of the kynges Benche in Southwarke one Thomas Parret, and was buried

    Actes and Mon. of the church. K. Edward. 3. A table of the Archbishops of Cant.

    the archb. sent Adam Mirymouth, This Adam Mirymonth was compiler of the story of king Edward.concerning the debate betwene this Stratford and the king, see the pag. 475. an. 1310.In the tyme of thys Robert archbyshop, the order of Templaries,

    Q. Mary. Lauerocke, Apprice, Katherine Hut, Elizabeth Thackuell, Ioane Hornes, Martyrs.

    of God together suffered.The Martyrdome of a blinde man, and a lame man, at Stratford the Bowe.The Martyrdome of Hugh Lauerocke & Iohn Apprice, at Stratford the Bowe. Ann. 1556. May. 25.Three women the same time burned in Smithfielde, Katherine

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRATFORD, Francis (1645-1704), of Acton, Mdx.

    STRATFORD, Francis (1645-1704), of Acton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Newport 27 Jan. 1699 Nov. 1701 Ofifces Held Dir. Bank of Eng. 1698–9; dep.-gov. Hamburg Co. 1699–d.; asst. Russia Co. 1700–d. Biography A younger son, Stratford had established himself as a successful

    STRATFORD, John (c.1631-1701), of Atherstone and Coventry, Warws.

    1685. It was feared that many of ‘the common people’ intended to vote for Stratford, but he was unsuccessful. In 1687 a local clergyman reported that Stratford allowed nonconformist ministers to preach at Merevale, one of his manors, and asserted

    STRATFORD, John (c.1630-1701), of Coventry and Horston Grange, Warws.

    STRATFORD, John (c.1630-1701), of Coventry and Horston Grange, Warws. Constituency Dates Coventry Oct. 1679 Mar. 1681 Coventry 1689 1695 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Warws. 1667–8; commr. inquiry into recusancy fines, Leics., Northants., Rutland and Warws. 1688. Biography The son of

    STRATFORD, Hon. Edward (c.1740-1801), of Baltinglass, co. Wicklow and Great Glemham, Suff.

    STRATFORD, Hon. Edward (c.1740-1801), of Baltinglass, co. Wicklow and Great Glemham, Suff. Constituency Dates Taunton 1774 16 Mar. 1775 Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1759-8, 1775-7. Biography Stratford, while still under age, was returned to the Irish House of Commons for

    GREVILLE, Edward (d. by 1622), of Milcote, Warws.

    will in his own favour, and then had Webb murdered. Later ‘one of the assassinates, being in his cups at Stratford, dropped out some words amongst his pot companions that it lay within his power to hang his master’. He,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 November 1691, 11 November 1691

    Dux Bolton. s. London. Ds< w>illcuzhby Er. Comes Derby. Comes Mancbeßer. Comes Mulgrave. Comes Rivers. Comes Stamford. Comes Carnarvon. Comes Stratford. Comes Craven. ^nfhäm. Ds> Fltz Walter Ds. Maynard. Ds. Colepeper. Ds. Lucas. Oxford Ds# Coniwallis. Lpus. Peterbo- üg> Qrm)% Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1692, 4 March 1693

    on the Behalf of the Poor and other Charities in the Parifties and Towns of Buckingham, BeachamptojT, Calverton, and Stoney Stratford, in the County of Bucks, upon Ex¬ ceptions taken by the Appellants to a Decree made irt April, One Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1694, 23 February 1695

    Magni Sigilli. Ds. Prrefes. Ds. Cuftos Privati Sigilli. Ds. Senefcallus. Dux Northumberland, Dux Bolton. March. Halifax. March. Normanby. Ds. Camerarius. Stratford •vtrfus Jones. Ds. Willoughby Er. Ds. Lawarr. Ds. Wharton. Ds. Hunfdon. Ds. Sidney. Ds. Gray W. 'Ds. Maynard. Ds. Subscribers-only content

    27 March 1695, 27 March 1695

    agreed, without any Amendment. Upon reading the Petition of Edmund Jones Efquire ; Stratford praying further Time for anfwering to the Petition and Vji"*. Appeal of Edward Stratford Efquire : It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tem¬ poral Subscribers-only content

    1 April 1695, 1 April 1695

    ffles on his Houfe in Cauie in Ch concerning ConveK Rights. Stratford ¦uerfus Jones. Adjourn, After hearing this Day feveral Perfons concerning fome Proceedings in Chancery (touching the Convex Lights) which reflect upon this Houfe: It is Ordered, by the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    West Ham Abbey Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2291 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Broadway, Stratford, London 1889

    Langthorne Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1421 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan Hotel, Broadway, Stratford, London 1872 Angel Hotel, High Street, Great Ilford, London 1885

    St. Giles Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Queensway , Bletchley , Buckinghamshire , England 2006 St. Giles Parish Rooms , Stony, Stratford, Buckinghamshire , England 1973

    British Oak Lodge

    (1832): 1133 Lodge Number (1863): 831 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Gurney's Hotel, Stratford Bridge, Stratford, London 1860 Bank of Friendship Tavern, Bancroft Place, Mile End, London 1867 Beaumont Hall, Beaumont Square, Mile End,

    Eastminster Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Erased due to decreased membership Meeting Places Municipal Reform Rooms, 150 The Grove, Stratford, London, England 1932 London Tavern, 53 Fenchurch Street, London, England 1938 Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1947

 

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