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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Brickhill

    by their sub-tenants Robert and Turstin respectively. 68 In the reign of Henry II Robert de Turnham , lord of the manor of Turnham in Kent , 69 owned Little Brickhill , 70 which afterwards came to his younger son

    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries York as centre of administration

    with it in 1248 'on the king's behalf', and in 1280 it was under the general supervision of William de Turnham as master o f the king's money. 69 At the same time a number of prominent citizens were connected

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Otham

    de Brade, whose brother Randolph put forward the alternative of 'Melgrave' in Hellingly . About 1207, however, Sir Robert de Turnham began to build an abbey at Bayham on the borders of Kent and Sussex , and Ela de Sackville

    The hundred of Godalming Introduction and map

    earliest definite reference to the hundred is the confirmation of Artington Manor , and possibly Godalming also, to Stephen de Turnham , in 1206 . 2 In 1221 the king directed the Sheriff of Surrey to give full seisin of

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Bayham

    canons of that abbey were transferred to Bayham, on the borders of Kent and Sussex , where Sir Robert de Turnham was establishing a monastery. Hither, too, Sir Robert brought the canons of the small Premonstratensian house of Brockley in

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Ecclia. Willo. Brewer, Rico. de Heciet, Reginald. de Argenton, & aliis Dni. Regis fidelibus, ibid. tunc presentib. Inter Stephanum de Turnham , & Edelinam uxor. ejus, petentes, & c. Et Abbatem Westmer. tenentem de una virgata terre, & dimid. &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    youngest daughter of James Shears, Esq. of the Oval, Kenhinginn. On Saturday weelt, At St. James's Church, Mr. Wall, of Turnham gteen, to Miss Weil6, of Hamnmersonith. ' , - . '~' DEATIS. On, Sunday, at the advaniced age of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CASE OF MR. QIJIGLEY. I onthe2lstoflast May, Sir Francis Burdett presented to Parliament petition from Mr. R. J. Qtigley, a native of Armagh, formerly an offi- a n the British Service. The Petitioner stated, that in the year 1795, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Wilfjul Murder. was brought ia against the tino IvI'Keans, who are now it custody. On Tuesday, a jury of Turnham green assembled at the Roebuck inn, for the purpose of inquiring into the death of Mr Thoumas Grainger.2. Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and 4G. Spilsbury, BermfoUtdsey, tanners. [Alliston aud Hundleby, Freemanls court, Cormbill. E, Archer, Wo66d street, warehouseman.- (Bowden, Aldermanbury. W. Bryon, Turnham green terrace, dealer in hops. [Templer, Great Tower street. W. Dodge, Sherborne, Dorsetshire, linen-draper. [Humphrys, Temple. T. Lancaster, Leeds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his head, and was taken up in a state of insensibility.-Leeds Mercury. On Saturday week, an inquisition was held at Turnham green, on tile body of John Anderson, who shot himself through the heart on Friday morning, with a horse Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 2 July 1652, 02 July 1652-02 July 1652

    Resolved , That the Names of Jervace Clifton, William Anderton, George Comoell, Thomas Charnock, Richard Croston, William Chawner, Dalton of Turnham in the County of Lancaster , be inserted into this Bill. The Question be . . . put, That

    Deptford, St Paul

    of Lewisham, was granted by Wakelin de Maminot the younger, about the beginning of the thirteenth century, to Michael de Turnham; who, soon afterwards, sold it to Juliana Countess of Norfolk, wife of the said Wakelin, to the intent that

    America and West Indies, November 1705, 6-10, 06 November 1705-10 November 1705

    generally practised in the neighbouring Colonies etc. Pray for the Governor's intercession for redress. Signed , John Van Laer, Robt. Turnham, Tho. Murray, James Thomas, Wm. Hall, Antho. Palmer, John Hunt, Nathl. Curtys, Tho. Norton, Wm. Poole, Nehemiah Allen, Clem.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 28 October 1652, 28 October 1652-28 October 1652

    Leyland , of Woston , be inserted into this Bill. Resolved , That the Name of William Lambe , of Turnham , be inserted into this Bill. Resolved , That the Name of Philip Martingdall , of Blackrod , be

    Index of names and places, T

    John, ii. 658, 969, 1027, 1428. secretary [to Cromwell and the Council of State ] , ii. 1063, 1268. Thurnham (Turnham), co. Lancaster, ii. 626, 627. Thursby , George, ii. 1330, 1376, 1440. Thursted . See Thaxted. Thurstow , Nathaniel,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 February 1758, 28 February 1758

    let the Cap- " tain out at a Back-Door: That afterwards, when " they returned to Mr. TufneU's Houfe at Turnham «« Creent Captain Evans and his Lieutenant came to " fee her Miftrefs, when Mr. Tufnell was gone into Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1777, 17 April 1777

    called in; and being fworn, acquainted the Houfe, " That he went " with Mr. Smith to Stanford Brooke, near Turnham " Green, and took a Lodging there by Mr. Smith's " Direction, for, as he faid, a Lady of Subscribers-only content

    A List of the Names and Residencies of the Subscribers to the Loan of £. 18,000,000, For The Service Of The Year 1797., 13 May 1796

    and Sons, Aldermanbury I0,COO B. D. Cumberland, Cirencefter x,ooo George Barker, Ifleworth 500 Peter Lee, Lyon's Inn 500 James Smith, Turnham green 2,COO Lucena and Crawford, Nicholas lane 5,000 Graves and Hall, Mark lane 2,000 Samuel Birch, Iflington, 500 John Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1821, 5 March 1821

    time. Mr. Byng presented a Bill for supplying the Towns of Brentford, Old and New Brentford, and the Villages of Turnham &J»u" Green, Hammersmith, and Kensington, in the County of Middlesex, with Gas : And the same was read the Subscribers-only content

    9 February 1826, 9 February 1826

    the county or near to Mottram Moor; and an extension or new of Middlesex, to the Great Western Road near Turnham branch of Road from the said present Roads at or near Green, in the parish of Acton, in the Subscribers-only content

 

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