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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Birch Local government

    Birch Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Records survive for courts baron held between 1276 and 1324 by members of the Baynard family at Great Birch usually up to three times a year, but occasionally as many as seven times a

    Theydon Bois Charities

    Theydon Bois Charities CHARITIES 20 An unknown donor before 1786 gave a rent-charge for the benefit of eight old poor people of the parish not receiving poor relief. In 1834 the land charged was Theydon Hall and the money

    Birch Introduction Birch 1876 Architect's drawings for estate cottages at Birch , 1862

    Birch Introduction BIRCH THE parish of Birch , 49 about 5 miles south-west of Colchester , which covered 3,105 a. (1,257 ha.) in 1801 , comprises the adjacent ancient parishes of Great and Little Birch which were adminis- tered

    Birch Manors Little Birch Hall c . 1772

    Birch Manors MANORS The manor of GREAT BIRCH with Birch Castle (sometimes referred to as Birch Hall ) was held in 1066 by Edric, and afterwards by Ingelric, and in 1086 of Count Eustace of Boulogne by Hugh who

    Birch Economic history

    Birch Economic history ECONOMIC HISTORY In the Middle Ages the separate manors of Great and Little Birch occupied the main part of the parish and small areas of neighbouring parishes. William a Birches manor lay in the south-east extremities

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IKING EDWARD'S SCHOOL, BIRMINGHAM. The following correspondence, which tells its own storys has been forwarded to us for publication:- 1. "Colchester: Birch Hall, July 4, 1806. "My dear Mr. Hall,-I write under a feeling of the greatest amazement, which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CRYSTAL PALACE ROSE SHOW. The rose show at the Crystal Palace on Saturday was 3 entirely succeisful-at leost In regard to displaying the k multitudinous varieties which botanists have produced of this sumptuous flower, ho many blooms, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WARWICK. of APPOINTerrENT OF ASSISTANT O,'ErRSEFR. - At the d- weekly meeting, of the Guardians, on Saturday, the vacant re office of assistant overseer for the parish of Mlilverton was te filled rip. There were several applicants. The choice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COVENTRY. SMnOOT BuxD.-Yesterday, a meeting of this Board was held at St. Mary's Ball ; Mr. J. Atkins (chairman) preeldiag. Tbe Government reports as to South Street end Radford schools were good, at South Street girls' the highest possible Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on thec 16th Inst., at Sointhend, Darllngton, the lady of J. Pease, Jun. Es0q. M.P. of ason. On the 113th Inst. at Eltorts, the lady of Edward Jowitt, Etq of a daughter. M-arrte. Yesterday, at Farnworth church, by the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, April 16-30, 1672, 16 April 1672-30 April 1672

    Charles 2 April 16-30, 1672 April 16-30, 1672 April 16. Letter Office. Andrew Ellis to Williamson. I am of your opinion that no man's letters should be writ so late as those of King's ministers. What I mentioned formerly Subscribers-only content

    Salmon - Sykes

    Salmon - Sykes S SALMON, William Co Co Candlewick, 1660 (1) Ald Broad Street, 23 Nov 1669, disch same day, F £320 (2) St Martin Orgar, 1660, 1666, Putney, Surr 1670, 1679 (3) HAB, appr, 1635, to Jonathan Parker,


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