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You searched for: Place: "Audley End" "Audley End", Source type: Local Records, Local Records

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  • * British History Online *

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    Loans

    Loans Loans. I. 87. Letter from the Lord Bishop of London to the Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen, forwarding letters lately received from the City of Rochelle, expressing their inability, on account of their poverty, and also because

    Note on funerals mentioned

    Note on funerals mentioned NOTE UPON FUNERALS. As Funerals occupy so large a share of the ensuing pages, it may be acceptable to give references to some other accounts of a ceremonial on which so much time and expense

    Notes to the diary, 1557

    Notes to the diary 1557 1557 P. 125. Lord Stourton's murder of the Hartgills . Some account of this tragedy will be found in Holinshed, Stowe, Strype, and the other historians of the period: but Sir R. C. Hoare,

    Entry Book, March 1686, 16 March 1686-31 March 1686

    Entry Book March 1686 March 1686 Mar. 16. Same by same to Viset. Preston of the following estimate. Ibid , p. 334. Prefixing : an agreement for the hangings and carpets at Audley End. "Agreed in gross for the

    Declared Accounts, Works

    Declared Accounts Works Works Pipe 3302. Thomas Lloyd, Paymaster of the Works. 1 st April , 1689, to 31 st March , 1690. Charge. l . s . d . Arrears nil. Money received out of the Exchequer 23,653

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Introduction

    Introduction INTRODUCTION Malmesbury hundred in north-west Wiltshire is flat, well drained land, not an area of hill forts and henge monuments, but one of dense and apparently prosperous settlement in the Saxon period. Malmesbury was the site of an

    Parishes Clapham

    Parishes Clapham CLAPHAM Clopeham (xi cent.). The parish of Clapham lies on the north bank of the Ouse 2 miles north-west of Bedford . It contains 1,995 acres, of which 7893/4 are arable land, 8911/4 grass and 1111/4 woods

    The colleges and halls Magdalene Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend .

    The colleges and halls Magdalene MAGDALENE COLLEGE Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend . Foundation. When Thomas, Lord

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden 5. THE ABBEY OF WALDEN 1 Walden was founded as a priory by Geoffrey de Mandeville, earl of Essex . An account 2 of the foundation and early history of the house

    Parishes Wimbledon

    Parishes Wimbledon WIMBLEDON Wimmeldon, Wymmeldon, Wimbledone, Wymbeldon (xiii cent.); Wimbleton (xiv cent.); Wymelton (xvi cent.). Wimbledon parish comprises a little over 3,219 acres including the common, which consists of about 1,000 acres, and recreation grounds taking up about 35

 

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