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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ickenham Manors

    le Gauger of London , 80 but the family name Swalcliffe , later contracted to Swakeleys , continued to attach to the estate. 81 Swakeleys changed hands at least once more before 1350 when Boniface Lapyn released the former Swalcliffe

    Ickenham Economic and social history

    common and used by some of the farmers instead of being put at the disposal of all. 79 In 1855-6 Swakeleys Farm, owned by the Clarkes, made a profit of £595 on the sale of grain and £255 on the

    Harefield Other estates

    other. 91 The roofs are surmounted by small cupolas, one now incomplete, and supporting coroneted displayed eagles. The manor of Swakeleys , in Ickenham , held a farm-house and a considerable amount of land in the south-east corner of Harefield

    Ickenham Local government

    from at least as early as 1415. 99 Lords of the sub-manor of Swakeleys owed suit at the Ickenham court. In 1434 Sir Thomas Charlton of Swakeleys was fined for non-attendance and in 1472 the bailiff of the manor was

    Ickenham Church

    1800 as an 'ancient wooden building' consisting of four rooms. 55 From 1751 the rector, Thomas Clarke , lived at Swakeleys House and the parsonage house was leased to a tenant who farmed the glebe. By 1800 it had long

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1688, 21-31, 21 July 1688-31 July 1688

    Sir Robert Vyner and his tenants seized by the undersheriff upon Mr. Edwards his outlawry, viz. at the manor of Swakeleys (goods to the value of 70 l . at the great house; 13 l . of Richard Osmond, a

    Entry Book, February 1688, 1-10, 02 February 1688-10 February 1688

    to the Clerk of the Signet for a privy seal for a grant to Richard Beauvoyr of the manor of Swakeleys in the parish of Ickenham, co. Midd., and of one capital messuage and divers other messuages and lands in

    Index, S

    Fenny Sutton [co. Wilts ] , manor, 49. Suwerk. See Southwark. Swaffham , Swafham market [co. Norfolk ] , 1091. Swakeleys , Swawcliffe [in Ickenham parish, co. Middlesex ] , 101. Swallow , Swalowe [co. Lincoln ] , 516. Swan Subscribers-only content

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    Robert, juror, Axbridge, co. Somerset, 1966. -, Roger, of Wollaston, co. Salop, surety for R. Cressett, 1129. -, William, tenant, Swakeleys, 2028. Pope , the, Coronation of, 1356; Envoy Extraordinary etc. to, see Ambassadors to Rome. Popero , Mr., Victualler,

    Index, G

    Greenham , Capt., Customs seizure by, 682. Greenhill , Mr., Agent to the Royal Africa Company, 1843. -, Sarah, tenant, Swakeleys, 2028. Greenhill (Slane barony, co. Meath), 570. Greenland , William, rebel in the West, 422. Greenland Act (25 Car.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lainson - - - - 21 0 0 A Friend - - - 0 2 6 T. T. Clarke, Esq. Swakeleys 1 0 0 Mr. T. Stokes 2- - 0 01J. W.G. - 1 0 0 Mr. T. Thompson - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late dwelling there are now living three persoas, whose united ages amount to 297 years. On the 13th inst. at Swakeleys, Middlesex, aged _9, Joho Cholmeley, second son of Thomas Truesdate Clarke, Esq. On the 10th inst. in Green street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clorkenwell Clarke, F. J. 29 Gower street, Bedford square Clarke, George, 55 Albany street Clarke, Thomas Truesdale, Swakeleys, Ickenbam Claike, William Capell, Swakeleys, Ickenbam Clarkson, Thomas, Avenue road Clay, Sir Win. Bal t. MSP. Falwell lodge, Twickenham Claxton, R. Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the l9ls inst., Comnd art Cochran, R.N.. to Louisa Jane Selina, eldest daughter of T. T. Clarke, E s Swakeleys, Middlbsex-Or the 17th inst., at Brighton, A. F. Leeds, Esq., of0tiro0of park, Cambridgeshirt, to Anna Mfarira Francei, dlaughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    provision merchant-T. Lesslie, Edin- burgh, corn dealer-Elizasbeth Baird or Morrison, Glasgow, innkeeper-J. MURobert, Dumfries, bookseller. Birthis.-On the Ist inst., at Swakeleys, Middlesex, the wife of Capt. T. Coclaran, o.N., Of a Son-On the 2ad inst., at Lanedowae place, Brighton, Baroness Subscribers-only content

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