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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Tiptree

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Tiptree 25. THE PRIORY OF TIPTREE The Augustinian priory 1 of St. Mary and St. Nicholas, Tiptree , was founded by some of the family of Tregoz, lords of the manor of Tolleshunt Tregoz.

    Mount Bures Nonconformity

    41 Mount Bures Strict Baptist church 42 originated when Charles Cock from Uptree (presumably Tiptree ), a farmer's son, preached three times on Sundays in a cottage in Mount Bures in the 1830s . He attracted farm workers and tradesmen

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Thoby

    Hen. VI, 9 d . He was late prior of Tiptree . Ibid. Trin. 35 Hen. VI, 213. Lond. Epis. Reg. Kemp, 76. On 16 April ; an exchange with Tiptree . Ibid. He is mentioned in Early Chanc. Proc.

    Birch Education

    children from 10 parishes at the school. In 1957 senior pupils were transferred to new secondary schools at Stanway and Tiptree , and Birch school was reorganized as a primary school. 47 In 1985 the number on the roll was

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Latton

    Ibid. 213. On 12 September . He was prior of Stone . Previously prior of Bicknacre , and afterwards of Tiptree . Lond. Epis. Reg. Fitz James , 77. Ibid. On 1 January . He was a canon of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    divisions on the personal case of Mr David Salomons, and one re specting Baron Rothschild. REAPING XBY MACHcINERY.-Mr Dsechi, of Tiptree hall, Essex, has ad- dre3sed thef0olwiumgrttrer to the editor of the 'Times:'-Sir,-" I write a hasty line to say Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year drawing large numbers of distinguished visitors to Tiptree hall, the grand centre of all these wonderful expe- riments in fertilisation. The house and farm are situated in the middle of Tiptree heath, and nothing could be more striking than Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GATHERING AT TIPTREE FARM. Mr Xechi held his annual gathering of agriculturists on Wednesday, and it went off as pleasantly as ever. On no former occasion has the attendance been so numerous, the crops in better order, or the spirits Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    during the exhibition the Earl of Verulam, Mr Baron Platt and family, Sir A. Dalrymple, Mr J. J. Mechi, of Tiptree hall, and others. At the dinner Mr R. Ciut- terbuck presided, in the absence of the Earlof Essex, who Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Tar CIRCUMVALLATING METROPOLITAX RAILWAY.-At the meeting on Thursday of the select - committee of the House of Commons, ap- pointed to consider the subject of improved metropolitan communi- cations, Sir J. Paxton explained his plans respecting the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, 1665, 01 January 1665-31 December 1665

    Cecil Papers 1665 1665 Tiptree Heath, co. Essex. 1665, May 22. Declaration by (Diana) Viscountess Cranborne of her title to the lands known as Tiptree alias Triptree Heath, co. Essex, and her commission to John Keble of Great Lees, co.

    Henry VIII, April 1530, 1-15, 01 April 1530-30 April 1530

    of vicarages of the monasteries lately in the hands of the dean of Wolsey's college in Oxford, viz., Wykes, Dodnash, Tiptree and Snape; for the dean never paid the resolutions and pensions, so they are all laid to their charge,

    Index, T, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    -, St. Margaret's ch. at, g. 4313 (4). Tipperary , 81, 558 (5), 2404 (3), 2405 (4), 2610, 3937, 3952. Tiptree , 991, 1834 (2), 4888, 5076, 5117, 6516 (15). -, mon. of St. Nicholas, 650, 697, 990 (1), p.

    Index, T

    methods used by poor in Cornwall to obtain, 204. request to search for, 226. agreement concerning exploitation of, 253, 266. Tiptree (Tiptrie) alias Triptree Heath, co. Essex, Viscountess Cranborne's title to, 449(2). Tithes , alleged non-payment of, 15, 18(2), 19,

    Henry VIII, January 1525, 1-14, 01 January 1525-31 January 1525

    by Wolsey to John Higden, dean of his college at Oxford, of the site and circuit of Thoby, Blakamore, Stanesgate, Tiptree, & c.; and appointment of Thos. Crumwell and John Smyth as attorneys for the same. Draft, Lat., pp .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EDEN, Thomas (c.1534-1614), of Sudbury, Suff.

    1592 or the following year, he enfeoffed to his son on his marriage to Mary, daughter of Brian Darcy of Tiptree, Essex. Returned once for Sudbury when he was in his fifties and some 20 years after he had succeeded

    DARCY, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (1632-1693), of Braxted Lodge, Essex

    William Dawes, 2nd Bt., and the youngest married William Pierrepont*. Their provision may have tipped the family, which had sold Tiptree in 1637, further into debt. Part of the estate was sold in 1690, and a bill was pushed through

    HUDDLESTON, Sir John (1517-57), of Sawston, Cambs.

    of France was received at court in August 1546. In April 1547 Huddleston and his wife were licensed to sell Tiptree manor, Essex, and in May 1553 he purchased Bourhouse manor, Suffolk, perhaps with the proceeds of the earlier sale.

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Buy British jams from British fruit

    the same? period 1937. WILKIN & SONS, LTD., TIPTREE, ESSEX. Directors : C. J. WILKIN, Chairman and Managing Director. A. F. WILKIN,? Manager, Tiptree Jam Factory. Telegrams : ? ' Wilkin, Tiptree.' Medical? Superintendent : ? A. TURNER, J.P., M.D. Subscribers-only content

    A "fruitful" idea for Christmas

    our choicest specialities (3 Tiptree Sweetheart Strawberry Conserve, 2 Morello Cherry Conserve? (stoned) and 1 each Black Currant Conserve, Greengage Conserve and Damson Con¬? serve), fourteen 1 lb. glass tumblers and one screw-cap jar (3 Tiptree Sweetheart? Strawberry Conserve, 2 Subscribers-only content

    Christmas presents direct from the farm

    12^ OZ. jar of Tiptree Chutney. Price 24/S, Carriage Paid in England.? If Carriage Paid to Scotland or Wales, pries 2516. "TWELVE TIPTREE SPECIALITIES." X.12. contains eleven 1 lb. glass tumblers and one screw-cap jar (3 Tiptree Sweet¬? heart Strawberry Subscribers-only content


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