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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 St. KATHARINES Hospital.

    . Certain Annuities out of Hampshire , and the Exchequer. Certain Acres of Meadow at Blackwall . Besides Claxton and Upchurch , given by Queen Eleanor . There are mentioned above 80 Tenants, all paying small Rents; the chief Benefit

    Book 2, Chapter 12 Candlewick Street Ward. S. Mary Abchurch.

    on both sides almost wholly of this Ward: the Parish Church there (called of St. Mary Abchurch , Apechurch, or Upchurch , as I have read it) standeth somewhat near unto the South end thereof, on a rising Ground. This

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. St. Katharines.

    Sisters, 10 poor Women, and six poor Clerks. She gave to them the Manour of Carleton in Wiltshire , and Upchurch in Kent , & c. Queen Philippa, Wife to King Edward III . 1351 . founded a Chauntry there,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses Priory of Avebury

    but L'Isle Dieu had the rectory of Upchurch in Kent , and during the 14th century the abbey developed the habit of appointing one of its own canons to be Rector of Upchurch , and keeper of Charlton manor. Such

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Boxley

    for acquiring lands in mortmain without licence in Boxley , Hoo , and Chingley in 1309 , 16 and in Upchurch , Hoo , Chessington , Ticehurst , Goudhurst , Staplehurst , Wrotham , Maidstone , and Eastchurch in 1329

    Hospitals St Katharine by the Tower

    alien abbey of Isle Dieu the manor of Carlton , co. Wilts ., and the advowson of the church of Upchurch , in Kent , 40 in return for an annual payment of £40 during the war with France and

    Cogges Introduction Cogges and Newland c. 1215 Cogges c. 1250

    near Gill Mill has yielded some 2,000 coins, metal objects, and building debris; 46 several urns said to be of Upchurch Ware have been found near Northfield Farm. 47 A cropmark site immediately south of the Cornbrash island, including two

    Parishes Merstham

    the writer has discovered other examples at Hartlip , St. Mary Cray , Horton Kirby , Dartford , Rainham , Upchurch , Newington and Sittingbourne , also in work of the early part of the 13th century. Good double piscinas

  • * British History Online * *

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    Surnames beginning 'U'

    ,assr, 54.30 ;Anne, w, 54.25 Nat; Lucy, w; Ann, d, 59.20 Wm, 77.5 Unwin : John, 76.2 Thos, ser, 28.23 Upchurch Alice, 9.53 Upcott Eliz, ser, 77.8 Upfold : John, bach, 46.2 Thos, widr; Wm, s, 46.2 Upp Rob; Mary,

    Charles II, January 1673, 01 January 1673-31 January 1673

    supply of money. [ Ibid. No . 350. ] Enclosed , Copy of the said contract with Thomas Jarvis of Upchurch . [ Ibid. No . 350 i. ] Jan. 21. Chatham Dock. Commissioner Richard Beach to the Navy Commissioners. Subscribers-only content

    Index, U, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    840: p. 548. Unton . See Umpton. Unyatt , Alice, p. 554. Upbury , Kent, p. 567. See also Gillingham. Upchurch (Upscherche) , Kent, 645. Upchyrche , Wm., g. 942 (77). Upham (Uppham) , Wilts, g. 612 (16), 613 (20).

    General Index, T, U, V, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    forces in or sent to inhabitants of ports in rebels in Underwood , Lieut.-Col. Fras. United Provinces , see Holland. Upchurch , Hen. Upnor Castle , co. Somerset Governor of, see Browne, Major John. Upper or superior bench ( alias Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, April 1673, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    . [ Ibid. No . 403 i. ] Copy of the said contract for broom bavins by Thomas Thickbroom of Upchurch . 5 April , 1673. [ Ibid. No . 403 ii. ] April 8. Chatham Dock. Commissioner Richard Beach Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWMAN, Robert, of Charlton by Malmesbury, Wilts.

    share of the custody of the manor of Charlton (where he lived) together with the fruits of the church of Upchurch, Kent, which belonged to the alien priory of Isle Dieu, for a yearly farm of £46; only for the

    NORTON, Sir John (by 1512-57), of Northwood in Milton, Kent.

    him on the French campaign of 1544 and who later sat for Hampshire in two Marian Parliaments, and another of Upchurch, Kent, who was active in shire administration.[footnote]Norton evidently adopted his father’s profession of soldiering; in the month after his

    SEVENOAK, William (d.1432), of London.

    for the deserving poor. In 1403 he and his heirs were confirmed in possession of a messuage and land in Upchurch, Kent, although he seems to have disposed of this before he died.[footnote] Sevenoak was a party to many conveyances

    WARWICK, John I, of Great Houghton, Northants.

    seems to have been the daughter and heir of John Teynet, a Kentish landowner whose modest estates in and around Upchurch descended to her at the very end of the 14th century. Administrative as well as geographical factors probably led

    FRENINGHAM, John (1345-1410), of Farningham, Loose and West Barming, Kent.

    to his native county. In 1392 he and William Makenade had obtained a royal licence to grant lands in Boxley, Upchurch and Hoo St. Werburgh to Boxley abbey for the maintenance of certain works of piety. He was an early

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Bradenham, 8/6/1619

    Surname Bradenham Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 8/6/1619 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Upchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Abbot's Register, vol. 2 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment

    John Lloyd, 1/5/1590

    Surname Lloyd Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 1/5/1590 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Upchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Whitgift's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Canterbury Province 1583- 1604 Comment

    Thomas Longe, 31/7/1611

    DETAIL Surname Longe Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 31/7/1611 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Upchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Abbot's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment

    Richard Johnes, 1/5/1590

    Forename Richard Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 1/5/1590 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Upchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Whitgift's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Canterbury Province 1583- 1604 Comment Patron

    Francis Webb, 8/6/1619

    Forename Francis Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 8/6/1619 Office/Status Perpetual Vicar Clerical Status Location Upchurch// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Abbot's Register, vol. 2 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment Patron

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that they had entered into a conspiracy to. defraud by manipulating the tickets. A fatal case of sunstroke occurred at Upchurch, near Sittingbourne, on Monday. George Cogger, a brickfield labourer, aged twenty-seven, went home from work com- plaining of pains Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ten days considerable progress has been made in the discoveries at Wroxeter. An elegantly forosed vase or urn, made of Upchurch. pottery,.has been dug up almost in an entire state. It is more than ten inches high, and thirty-one inches Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pin are classified in the bronze and iron sections. In the pottery department there is a large propor- tion of Upchurch ware, that being one of the commonest - classes of pottery in the Roman period. A fine piece of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wales, colmnssion agent. as fakr as regards J. Smith. .Smith anid Layfield Burnley, boiler makers. W. H. and J. Wakeley, Upchurch. millers. Sneakman sand Haines. Farnham and Aldershott. Hyde, Sons, and Sowerby. Ducinfield and Manchester, coitiol mPiil- ners ; as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    but ou several nights lately chickens a; have beeu missed from a hen roost on the farm of Mr. I Upchurch, Puddick Drove, and a watch being kept a a hedgehog was diseaovred attacking and devouring a I chicken. As Subscribers-only content

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