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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Tawney Charities

    Manor of Suttons above. E.R.O., D/P 141/8/1; Rep. Com . Char . ( Essex ), pp. 244-5. E.R.O., D/P 141/8/1. Ibid. Rep. Com . Char . ( Essex ), pp. 244-5. Char. Com. files. See Manor of Suttons . Rep.

    Kelvedon Hatch Charities

    1627) but there is no record that this was ever paid. By her will proved in 1745 Jane Luther of Suttons (in Stapleford Tawney , q.v.) gave £2 17 s . 6 d . a year issuing from a farm

    Stapleford Tawney Introduction

    of Passingford Bridge , just within the boundary of Stapleford Abbots, 37 belongs to Suttons and is said to have replaced an earlier mill south of Suttons . 38 It is a timber-framed and weather-boarded building of three stories and

    Stapleford Tawney Manors

    (q.v.). 4 In 1613 James I sold Suttons , with the manor of Stanford Rivers , to Richard Cartwright and Thomas Cowley of London . 5 Nothing more has been found concerning Suttons until 1649 when the lord of the

    Stapleford Tawney Church

    rebuilt at this time. In February 1862 the vestry accepted an offer, made by Sir Charles Cunliffe -Smith, Bt., of Suttons (see above), of £300 towards the cost of restoring the church. 35 It is not clear what the final

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. The Streets, Courts, &c.

    the Name of St. Christophers Alley. At the upper End whereof, going down Steps, is a handsome open Court, with Suttons Court. Cock Yard . Broadstreet . White Horse Court and Yard. Vine Court . The Pay Office. Pin-makers Alley.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANGE, Walter (d.1410), of Southampton.

    his, John Stake, was found guilty of murder, but obtained a royal pardon in 1407.[footnote]Lange died three years later. His widow, who before 1416 married Robert Bercroft, illegally acquired Suttons Place in fee simple, excluding the Suttons, her own family.[footnote]

    SMITH, Charles (1756-1814), of Suttons, Essex.

    SMITH, Charles (1756-1814), of Suttons, Essex. Constituency Dates Saltash 10 Dec. 1796 221802 Westbury 1802 221806 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Essex 1811-12. Biography Smith (then described as of Mile End) purchased the Suttons estate for £15,725 in 1787 and consolidated his

    COLMAN, Francis (by 1525-63/64), of Nottingham.

    despatching troops from Nottingham to the north. The impact of private interests on the town also engaged him. After the Suttons of Averham had diverted the water of the Trent through their own land, to the detriment of Newark which

    ARMORER, Thomas (d.1428/9), of Southampton.

    as well as for members of the wealthy Chamberlain family. Armorer also appeared as a trustee of the manor of Suttons Place in Shirley and the ‘Broke’ in Totton, on behalf of Nicholas Banaster.[footnote]It is a measure of Armorer’s competence

    GODARD, Sir John (c.1346-1392), of Bransholme, Yorks.

    date Sir John’s finances began rapidly and dramatically to improve. It was, indeed, through his wife and her family, the Suttons, that he established himself in a prominent position among the Yorkshire gentry, and was thus able to embark upon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jackson, niece 2f ,Ldal Jaksorn, Esq. North Brixton. tOlflesday, at thos New Church, Mary-la-bonne, Sir Charles Joshlna Smith, 2it of Suttons, Essex, to Beiinda, daughter of the late Geo. Colebrooke, Esq. DOEATHS. lately, ei Bechringendoef, where he perfoirmed the duties Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    certain " white-faced and white-livered" villain by his exchequer doings to claim credit for honesty and finished gentility with the Suttons, Cookes and Barrows of Newgate. The rule however is not less true because Theodore Hook is the exception,-but Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    safety in all Seasons and Climates. Sold, wholesale and retail, by J. Sanger, 110 Oxford street; also by Messrs Barclay, Suttons, Newbery, Butler, and Edwards; and by most respectable Medicine Venders in town and country, at 2s. 9d. per box. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    safety in all Seasons and Climates. Sold, wholesale and retail, by J. Sanger, 150 Oxford street; also by Messrs Barclay, Suttons, Newbery, Butler, and Edwards; and by most respectable Medichin Venders in town and country, at 2s. 9d. per box. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    safety in all Seasons and Climates. Sold, wholesale and retail, by J. Sanger, 150 Oxford street; also by Messrs Barclay, Suttons, Newbery, Butler, and Edwards; and by most respectable Medicine Venders in town and country, at 2s. 9d. per box. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 March 1778, 23 March 1778

    386 Suttons' I'e- Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1778. King's Bench, to the End Execution may be had upon the Judgements given by that- Court, as if no fuch Writs of Error had been brought into this Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1821, 26 February 1821

    Smith of Portland Place, in the County of Middlesex, and of Suttons, in the County of Essex, Widow and Relict of Charles Smith, late of Portland Place and of Suttons afore¬ said, Esquire, deceased ; Emma Smith, late of Stoke Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1824, 12 May 1824

    Charles Morgan of sir C. M<w- Tredegar, in the County of Monmouth, Baronet, and gan'setal. Sir Charles Joshua Smith of Suttons, in the County of Fl Essex, Baronet, and Dame Belinda his Wife; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1827, 27 February 1827

    Wexford:) Fatry & Quans¬ borrough : ation Peti- f Ship rs of lead iting. son's ce Bill. Suttons: Rahan & Lynally: Ros- on's r oent» ting, red: ¦ed to jm- ifor Clonenagh Crook: " to postpone all further Proceedings until Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    Limerick; and Knockaderry, Vol. LIX. j Petitions — continued. 100. — Loughinisland, 107. — County of Wexford; Fatry and QuansborroUgh; Suttons; Rahaii and Lynally; St.Patrick, Waterford; Clonenagh; Crook; Thomond Gate; and Innis- tiogue and Roar, 113. — Owning, &c. in Subscribers-only content

 

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