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You searched for: Place: Wanstead, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wanstead Local government

    Wanstead Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Court rolls survive for the manor of Wanstead from 1523 to 1856 , with considerable gaps in the 16th and 17th centuries. 1 Courts leet and baron were being held up to 1643, after which

    Wanstead Economic history

    of which was Wanstead Heath , stretching across to the pale of Wanstead Park . The heath, also called the lower forest and later Wanstead Flats , extended into se veral parishes but was mainly in Wanstead . It is

    Wanstead Religious history

    Wanstead Wesleyan Ch. Bdg. Committee Mins. 1896 sqq.; Wanstead and Woodford Circuit Schedules and Trust Deeds. Hall's Circuits and Ministers , 316. Presumably Wanstead had been in the Clapton circuit 1876-9 . Meth. Free Ch. Mag . 1865; Eastment,

    Wanstead Manors

    sold the rest of the park in 1920 to Wanstead Sports Ground Ltd., but still held some land in Wanstead in the 1930s . 83 Wanstead House , originally called Wanstead Hall , lay about 300 yd. south-east of St.

    Parishes Southwick

    (Rec. Com.), 242. Adam de Wanstead held half a carucate of land in 1254 (Feet of F. Hants , Hil. 39 Hen. III). Henry de Wanstead was holding a little later, and William de Wanstead owned land there in 1362

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 150, September 1581, 01 September 1581-30 September 1581

    other Count Waldek, on a visit to the Queen. Has informed Her Majesty in what state the game is about Wanstead, and what hunting there is both in Havering and the Forest; wherewith she is greatly offended. Sept. 28. "Lambythe." Subscribers-only content

    Little Ilford

    to the south of the great road. The parish is bounded on the west, south, and north, by Eastham and Wanstead; and on the east by the river Rodon, which separates it from Barking. It contains about 670 acres of

    The King's Book of Payments, 1509, 01 April 1509-31 December 1509

    year's annuity, 60 s . Total of five weeks, 9,136 l . 11 s . 5 d . 9th, at Wanstead. Notaries of Scotland for instrument of the King's oath, 20 s . Messengers, from the Council to Lincoln and

    Spain, August 1506, 01 August 1506-31 August 1506

    the King of France be willing to accept his proposals, he must accompany the French ambassadors to Flanders and Gueldres. Wanstead, 12th August 1506. French. pp. 10 of print . Lettres du Roy Louis XII., vol. I. p . 78.

    Cecil Papers, July 1588, 01 July 1588-31 July 1588

    from Salisbury has been unable through illness to pay him his respects. Is now at Wanstead, awaiting the return of Lord Leicester, gone into Hertfordshire. Wanstead, 15 July 1588. French . 1 p. 697. Godshouse in Southampton. 1588, July 16.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheapside, and Blackaaeth, Dsiree. tor of the Uinion Bank of London, Deputy-Chairman. Henry Strond Barber, Esq. 36 Fenchurch street, and Wanstead, Isser. Francis Brodigan, Esq. Garden court, Temple. James William Deacon, Esq. Walbrook, and Sosthwick place, Hyde park square. Harry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    serjeant-major in the lst Regiment of Dragoon Guards), she has most kindly placed one of the youngest children in the Wanstead Infant Orphan Asylum. A strenuous contest has been engaged in between Major Moore and Mr Prinsep for the directorship Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orphan Asylum; one to the Westminster road Asylum ; one to the South- ampton Servants' Training Asylum: six to the Wanstead Infant Asylum: one to the Sailors' Orphan Episcopal Asylum ; two to the Haverstock-hill Asylum; one to the British Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rlHE EXHIBITION of ALUMINIUM li and ALUMINIUM BRONZE. 2(000 lnr SPECIMENS, illustrating the 200 5.JVU application (Ornamental and Useful) of these interesting 'Metals are now on view at 39APPIN BROTHERS' NEW ROOMS, 225 JREGENT STREET. Admission by Card. NEW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EW THEATRE ROYAL, ADELPHI. N Sole Propriotor and Manager, Mr B. WEBSTER. Great Attraction-Crowded Houses-Screaming Adelphi Burlesque. The highlp successful petite drama of THE WOODEN SPOON MAKER. Joe Chipps, Mr B. Webster. And Byron's Grand Burlesque of ILL-TREATED IL Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Not Given de Lyenne, 10/7/1542

    Lyenne Forename Not Given Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 10/7/1542 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Wanstead// OTHER INFORMATION Source GL, 9531/12 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bonner, Edmund/London 1540- 1549 Comment fo 149r[*Deprived for marriage


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