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You searched for: Place: Wallbury, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    was joined by a lane from Wallbury and continued north to cross Latchmore brook at Twyford ( Herts .). That lane had become a footpa th by 1874 . Dell Lane runs north-east from Wallbury to George Green , where Victoria County History

    Parishes Little Hallingbury

    of Woodside Green , was transferred to Great Hallingbury , while the south-west corner of Great Hallingbury (362 a.), including Wallbury , was transferred to Little Hallingbury . 2 The exchange moved the whole of Little Hallingbury 's western boundary Victoria County History

    The hundred of Harlow HARLOW HUNDRED c. 1845

    the assize of bread and of ale, and all other royal liberties except warren. The lords of Little Hallingbury , Wallbury in Great Hallingbury , Sheering , and Quickbury in Sheering held view of frankpledge and the assize of bread Victoria County History

    Parishes Newton Purcell

    . 37 The lands attached to the usher sergeanty, which the Purcels held of the king (see below), were in Wallbury ( Essex ), 38 and this Newton sergeanty probably represents the lands they held of the Arsics, for in Victoria County History

    Index

    117 Tilekiln Green , 113, 115, 121 Wallbury Camp , 113, 117, 119 war damage, 119 warehos., 121 warren, 119, 121 woods, 113, 117, 118-19 wkho., 122 worthies, 116 and see Monkswood ; Wallbury ; Woodside Green Hallingbury , Little, Victoria County History

    Parishes Hatfield Broad Oak HATFIELD BROAD OAK (SOUTH) 1980 HATFIELD BROAD OAK (NORTH) 1980

    1298 and 1301 it comprised the whole of Hatfield Broad Oak , with the adjoining hamlet of la Walle ( Wallbury ) in Great Hallingbury , and Monkswood in Little Hallingbury . 405 The immediate care of Hatfield forest was Victoria County History

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    53, 55 Walkstede , Wal., 88 Wall , A. C. J., 246 Wall paintings , 91, 216, 231, 260, 310 Wallbury ( Essex ), 264 Waller , Dot., m. John James , 119; Eliz., see Hogan ; Thos., 119, 120; Victoria County History

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    noticed - J. A. Houblon, Esq. of tbe Priory, bis lady, and her father, Captain Dundas ; Col. Johnson, of Wallbury ; and many ladies and gentlemen, who benevolently lent their charitable aid. Incendiarism. - We regret to state that Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by J. P. Osborne, Esq. for Martells Hall Bridgeman, Wm.... by John Archer Houblon, Esq. for Hallingbury Place, Priory Forest, Wallbury, and Monkbury Burrel[, Charles .. .by William Southeby, Esq. for Sewardstone Bush, William . ...by the Rev. Thomas Harrison, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Codham Hall West, Thomas by Earl Waldegrave, for Loft Hall Wright, William.... by John A. Houblon, Esq. for Hallingbury Place, Wallbury, Mounbury Forest, and the Priory Watkins, William . .by John Heathcote, Esq. for Chingford Earls. Made up to the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Abbess Roding, Berners, Roding, and Beaucbamp Roding Bridgman, William, Hatfield Broad Oak, by J. A. Houblon, Esq. for Hallingbury Place, Wallbury, Monkbury, the Forest, Stansted Priory, and Taylors Burrell, Charles, Sewardstone, for Sewardstone Collin, Alfred, High Ongar, by the. He Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2h. 19m., morn. Tithe Meeting at Foxearth. Tlesday, March 16- Tithe Meeting, at Wormingford Sales, by Mr. Summers, of Furniture, Wallbury, near Bishop's Stortford- By Mr. Hurrell, of Residence and lun, at Sud- bury. Wkuvesdat. March 17.- fm-asDAV, March 18.- Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    27, 1841, | K(\ OAK TIMBER TREES, of excellent quality, *■-*" lying in Stansted Lane, on Woodside Green, and n Wallbury Wood and Fields adjoining ; contiguous to good roads, and within a short distance of the River Stort. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    FAT NORFOLK WETHERS. THE Auctioneer begs to inform the Public that, in con- sequence of part of the Hall and Wallbury Farms being about to be disposed of, he has been honoured with instruc- tions to submit to their notice Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    his coronation, had been granted by the Conqueror to " Walter the Cook " (Galtcrus Cocus). Hence the tenure. Similarly Wallbury, in Great Hallingbnry, was held in 1245, by Roger de Ros3, the Kind's tailor ( Scissor domini Regis), by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    for; Broad Oak „ j Great Hallinebury.Monk. bury, Thremhall Priory, Ryes, Wallbury, and Hat- field Forest. Bridgmsn,Thomas,GreatHal- > by J.A.Houblon.F.sq /orHaJ- lingbury „ „„ J lingbury Place, Priory, forest, Wallbury, Monk- bury, and Taylors. Burrell. Charles, Sewardstone by Charles Sothei Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    6d. Bridgman, Willm., Hatfield Broad Oak. by J. A. Houblon, Esq., for Manors of Great Halling- bury, Hatfield Forest,Thremhall Priory, Wallbury, and Ryes. Turner, Willm., East Horndon by Edwin James, Esq., forFowchers Heron and White Hall. Turner, Matthew, Gt. Sampford Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    tbat line of defence. The double- wall fort of Wallbury (near Bishop's Stortford), commanding the upper marshes of the Stort, made everything safe there. The con- nexion of Colchester and Wallbury, by the via Militaris, shows that care was taken Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    of that line of defence. The double-wall fort of Wallbury (near Bishop's Stortford), commanding the upper marshes of the Stort, made everything safo there. The con- nexion of Colchester and Wallbury, by tbe via Militaris, shows that care was taken Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and other places, placed Sweet Sound and Folkstone in the slips at a quarter- past eleven, Sandy, the keeper, driving Wallbury rocks towards the 40 acre atubble. Upon being slipped, Sweet Sound led three lengths, turned, and served herself, exchanged Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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