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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Walworth 's college in St Michael Crooked Lane

    was four times mayor, and his sometime apprentice, William Walworth , of Wat Tyler fame: Lovekyn rebuilding the church and Walworth adding the choir and side chapels. 1 In 1381, moreover, Walworth obtained permission from the king to suppress certain

    Stanford Rivers Protestant nonconformity

    Sermons were preached at the opening service by the Revd. James Stratten of Paddington and the Revd. Edward Andrews of Walworth . A Sunday school was attached to the chapel. Arrangements had been made for the supply of preachers from

    Parishes Newington

    (endowed), founded in 1867 , and one Roman Catholic . MANOR WALWORTHWALWORTH is recorded early in history. In 1052 Edward the Confessor confirmed a grant of Chartham and Walworth , together with their manors and many liberties, to Christchurch

    Colleges Auckland St Andrew

    22 Richard de Barnard Castle , occ. 1369 23 John de Newthorpe of Pontefract , occ. 1377 24 William de Walworth , coll. 3 September, 1377 , p.r. J. Newthorpe 25 Hugh de Westwick , occ. 1388 26 John Burgess

    Colleges Collegiate chapel of St Mary Magdalen , Kingston

    's, Crooked Lane, and rebuilt that church shortly before his death, which occurred on 4 August 1368 . 6 William Walworth , sometime apprentice to John Lovekin , lord mayor in 1373 and 1379, who attained fame as the slayer

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10 till 4, or if by letter, enclosing a stamped directed envolope, stating amount required, to Mr. A. Bradbury, 161, Walworth Ruad, London, particulars will be sent by retarn of post. N B.-No connection with Loan Offices. Secrecy with dispatch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    till 4, or if by let~ter encleosing a stamped directed envelope, stat- ing amount reqnried, to Mr. A. Bradbncy, 161, Walworth Bead, L~ondon, particulars will be sne~l by retcur of post.-N.B. No con- nection with Lean Offices. Secrecy with diopatch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or if by letter enclosing a stamped dicee ted envelope, stat Y ing amount requried, to Mr. A. Bradbury. 161, Walworth Hoed, ei London, particulars wzill be sent by return of post.-N.B. No 050 ans nection with Loan Offiices. Secrecy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    till 4, or if by letter enclosing a stamped directed envelope, stat- ing amount requried, to Ma. A. Bradbury, 161, Walworth soad, London, particulars will be sent by return of post.-.s. No con- nection with Loan Offices. Secrecy with dispatch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    till 4, or if by lattor enclosing a stamnped dLrected envelope, stat- ing amcnnt requried, to M~r. A. Bradbury, 161, Walworth Read,. S. . Lhndon, patticulars will be sent by return of post.-N.B. No con- neetion with Loan Offices. Secrecy Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 39, June 1607, 01 June 1607-30 June 1607

    Higham, co. Stafford; Gerard Gifford, his brother, of Astley, co. Warwick; Hen. Jerningham, of Cossey, co. Norfolk; John Jenningson, of Walworth, and William Jenningson, his brother, of Newton, both Bishopric of Durham; (John and William Vavasour, of Haslewood, co. York, Subscribers-only content

    Statement of the Fishmongers' Company

    they laid out above 15,000 l . in erecting industrial dwellings for artizans on a portion of their property in Walworth. The Company having been in its origin a trade guild, one of the main objects of which was the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 6, 6 September 1650, 06 September 1650-06 September 1650

    and Essex ; and to issue Commissions for that Purpose. Sheriff of Surrey. Resolved , That William Hynde , of Walworth , in the County of Surrey , be, and is hereby, nominated and appointed to be High Sheriff of

    Newington Butts

    mentioned in the Conqueror's Survey, but a church at Walworth is there noticed; whence it seems probable, that at the re-building of that church upon a new site it was surrounded with houses, which obtained the appellation of Neweton, as

    Wills, 3 Henry IV (1401-2)

    wills entered on Roll 131 . ] 1 Buttermere. 2 Fishmonger; Sheriff, 1384; twice Mayor, 1386 and 1387; knighted with Walworth on the occasion of the latter killing Wat Tyler. Was associated with Nicholas Brembre and the free Fishmongers of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 February 1762, 22 February 1762

    Jennifon to Judges. Widow, Relict and Executrix of the lall Will and Tef- tairient of Ralph Jennifon late of Great Walworth in the County Palatine of Durham Efquire, deceafed, Robert Shafto of Benwell in the County of Northumberland Efquire, in Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1777, 10 April 1777

    next Blachnan Street, in the Parifh of Saint Mary Newington, in the County of Surrey, to the *¦* Bridge at Walworth, in the fame Parifh, and the feve- ral Roads, Ways, and Places therein defcribed, com- municating therewith;" to which Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1777, 16 April 1777

    Blackman Street, in the " Parifh of Saint Mary Newington, in the County of " Surrey, to the Bridge at Walworth, in the fame Parifh, " and the feveral Roads, Ways, and Places, therein de- " fcribed, communicating therewith." Hodie Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1777, 25 April 1777

    Blackman Street, in the " Parifh of Saint Mary Newington, in the County of " Surrey, to the Bridge at Walworth, in the fame Parifh, " and the feveral Roads, Ways, and Places therein de- *' fcribed, communicating therewith." Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1777, 28 April 1777

    Blackman Street, in the Parifh of " Saint Mary Newington, in the County of Surrey, to " the Bridge at Walworth, in the fame Parifh, and ** the feveral Roads, Ways, and Places, therein de- " fcribed, communicating therewith," was Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Important family medicine.

    STEEDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey," are en¬? graved on the Government Stamp aflixed to each Packet, in White Letters? on a Red Ground, without which none are genuine. The name? STEEDMAN is spelt with two IJE's. Prepared ONLY at Walworth, Surrey, Subscribers-only content

    Important Family Medicine.

    a special Camtwn against sucb^? imitationSi All pUl'cbasefS are therefore requested carefully to observe the words^-? <* JOHN STEEDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey," are engraved on.? the Government Stamp affixed to each Packet in White Letters on a Red'? Ground, without Subscribers-only content

    Important Family Medicine.

    STEEDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey,^' arc engraved on? the Government Stamp affixed to each Packet, in White Letters on a Red? Ground, without which none are genuine. The name STEEDMAN is spelt? v/ith t'ii'o EEs. Prepared ONLY at Walworth, Surrey, and Subscribers-only content

    All who suffer from, indigestion, general debility, loss of appetite, dyspepsia, liver complaint, nervous headaches, biliousness, costiveness.

    STEEDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey,"? are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to each Packet, in White? Letters on a Red Ground, without which none are genuine. The? name STEEDMAN is spelt with two EEs. Prepared ONLY at Walworth, Surrey, and Subscribers-only content

    The best remedy for indigestion.

    STEEDMAN, Chemist, Walworth, Surrey,"? are engraved on the Government Stamp affixed to each Packet, in White? Letters on a Red Ground, without which none are genuine. The? name STEEDMAN is spelt with tiuo EEs. Prepared ONLY at Walworth, Surrey, and Subscribers-only content

 

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