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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cherry Hinton Manors and other estates

    parish's southern border. A third of the Hinton manor, styled by the 1380s UPPERHALL manor, 12 and subsequently known as Uphall , had before 1170 been granted by Count Conan to Walter son of Akaris [Zacharias ] of Ravensworth (Yorks.

    Isleham Local government

    still held into the late 19th century for Great Isleham with Great Bernards, for Beckhall , and for Newhall and Uphall manors. From 1689, however, their proceedings were all recorded in the same set of court books running from 1673

    Parishes Braughing

    Cambridge road where it branches off at Puckeridge . A wood called Gatesbury Wood lies to the north-east. Uphall The manor of UPHALL first appears in the 15th century. Its name is probably derived from its situation on the high

    Isleham Economic history

    yardlands; another eleven half yardlands still held in villeinage remained on Great Isleham manor and three on Ely priory's (later Uphall ), the only two manors with much customary land. Those customary tenants' labour services were relatively light: the Ely

    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    in the following year also acquired Rayhouse. 560 Uphall descended with Rayhouse until 1554, when Julian Morgan sold it to Richard Flower , citizen and haberdasher of London . 561 In 1595 Uphall was sold by John Burre and his

  • * British History Online *

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    Errata, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    line 14, for porter read Porter. " 232, line 3 from bottom, for Duer of Exhall read Dicer of Ephall [Uphall ] . " 249, line 21, for Strowd read Frowd. " 267, line 5, the money item should read

    Index, U, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    Sir Thos., Kt. (1533), 601 (4). -, Will., 299 iv. Unio Dissidentium , a book, 287. Universities , the, 461. Uphall , letter dated, 1545. Uphill , Somers., 1548, 1591. Up-Ottery , Devon, 104. -, vicar of. See Bentley, Sir

    Index, U, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    from and to. See Ambassadors (from and to States General). Unwyn , John, 33. Uphall (Herts), 232. Uphill (Treworgy, Cornwall), 119. Upnam , Nicholas, 682. Upnor Castle (Medway, Kent), garrison of, 226, 668. -, -, Governor of. See Writtle, Capt.

    Index, U, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    App. 89. Unton , Thos. See Umpton. Unwyn alias Onewyn, Ric., g. 4313 (6). Upclapforde , Hants, g. 3991 (15). Uphall , g. 3087 (24). Upham , Winch. dioc., g. 6490 (29). -, rectory of, 6748 (16). Uplecombe , 1913.

    Acts, 1703

    Meldrum, Moderator, Mr William Crichton, Mr George Hamilton, Mr John Law, Mr David Blair at Edinburgh, Mr George Barclay at Uphall, Mr Robert Wylie at Hamilton, Mr John Stirling, Principal of the College of Glasgow, Mr Thomas Linning at Lesmahagow,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    maintaining a Railway from the Edinburgh and " Glasgow Union Canal at or near Ryal, in the Parish of " Uphall, to Whitburn and other Places in the Counties " of Linlithgow and Lanark .-" That by their Lordships " Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 4 Gul. IV - 17 Vict. Vols. LXV - LXXXV

    37. — Reports, 50, 75.—To be heard, 98, 118. —Adjourned, 121.—Heard, and Judgment, 123. 2d Appeal (Bath- gate, Houston, aud Uphall Contracts) presented, (1852), LXXXIV., 36.—Peremptory Order for Respondent to answer, 106.—Answer, 119.—Set down for Hearing, 121.—Petitions of Appellants for Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1785, 3 February 1785

    a Second Time. A Petition of the Right honourable Robert Edward AshiB fr Lord Petre, Lord of the Manor of Uphall Collards and closure' Games in Ashill, in the County of Norfolk, and the humble Petition of several other Persons Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1825, 17 February 1825

    Starelaw, Blackburn, Pottishaw, Whitburn and Polkemnet, common pastures and waste lands, which might be im- lying in the parishes of Uphall, Livingstone, Bathgate proved, if inclosed; and also certain old inclosures, which and Whitburn, all in the county of Linlithgow, Subscribers-only content

    28 February 1831, 28 February 1831

    the county of Edinburgh, and by or near Elliston, Ammondell and others, and through or by the parishes of Kirkneivton, Uphall, Bathgate, Livingstone, Whitburn and Torphkhen, in the county of Linlithgow, and by or near Risyhill, Auchengray and Gargill and Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEDINGFIELD, Sir Henry (by 1509-83), of Oxborough, Norf.

    (granted to him for his services in July 1553), together with two Yorkshire manors, receiving in return the manor of Uphall and the reversion of numerous other lands in Norfolk. His promotion at court in December 1557 marked a further

    SKIPWITH, John (d.1415), of South Ormsby, Lincs. and Skipwith, Yorks.

    South Hiltoft and Ingoldmells, but also the property which her mother, Alice le Muer, had inherited in Calthorp, Covenham and Uphall, together with extensive farmland in the surrounding countryside. These estates alone were worth over £200 p.a. in 1366; and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fromn Ammondell, the seat of the fligt Hlonosirable sIte Earl of Btliclait, and interred it the ancient family vault at Uphall Cliurris. The funeral wits private ; the body beitig conveyed in a hearse drawn by six horses, which was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vast heap of ruins. He has left a large family destitute by his death, which was as-sudden as unexpected. At Uphall, Garboldisham, Abraham Klerridge, aged 9o. Doctor Ingleby, the Emperor of alt Conjorors, departed this life on Saturday morninlg, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarkston, by Airdrie, grain dealer-R. Brand, Dalmacadder, Dumfries.shire-J. Livingston, Dundee, manu facturer-P. Sanderson, Melrose, merchant-D. Logan, Kil marnock, ironmonger-R. Thorburn, Uphall, engineer-J. and A. Hamilton, Glasgow, wine merchants. BIRTHS. On the 4th inst. at 44 Eaton place, Mrs Henry Shaw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (ILhiTrrD).-Tce Dlirectors of this Company are prepared to Rleceive TENDERS for tics SUP10LY of STORES reqiuired. at their Adciieweli, Batigcats, Uphall, aid Birmingham Works, soil also, at their Pits and Miice8, for the yeor ending 30th Aicril, 1088, ues unoser Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to declare a dividend of 6 per cant., Ne' idian which will give 2 per cent, to the holders of Uphall iwsinate rim certificates for the four riontlis since the two corn. 10 were panics ivere uniited. A balance of Subscribers-only content

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