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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bobbingworth Charities

    Bobbingworth Charities CHARITIES Robert Bourne of Blake Hall (see above), by will proved 1666, left a cottage and land to provide clothing at Christmas for four poor old people of the parish. 74 The rent was £4 5 s

    Bobbingworth Manors

    Bobbingworth Manors MANORS In 1066 BOBBINGWORTH was held by 2 freemen as 1 hide and 30 acres and was worth 40 s . 53 In 1086 it was held of Ranulf brother of Ilger by Richard and was worth

    Bobbingworth Church

    Bobbingworth Church CHURCH It seems that Hamon de Marcy held the advowson of Bobbingworth in the early 13th century. 95 After his death, which occurred before 1244, his widow Denise held it in dower. 96 In 1244 it was

    Bobbingworth School

    Bobbingworth School SCHOOL In 1807 and 1818 it was stated that there was no school in the parish. 57 In 1822, with the support of Capel Cure of Blake Hall (see above), a girls' school was established which by

    Bobbingworth Introduction

    Bobbingworth Introduction BOBBINGWORTH Bobbingworth, commonly called Bovinger , is a parish immediately to the north-west of Chipping Ongar . 1 The middle element in the name of the parish suggests early Saxon settlement. 2 Bobbingworth now has an area

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOUTHWORTH, Richard.

    SOUTHWORTH, Richard. Constituency Dates Lancaster 1529 Biography This Member has not been identified. He may have been a younger brother of Sir Thomas Southworth of Samlesbury, who died in 1546, or a member of another, more obscure, family of

    TRETHAKE, William II, of Trethake, Cornw.

    TRETHAKE, William II, of Trethake, Cornw. Constituency Dates Helston 1420 Truro May 1421 Truro 1423 Truro 1429 Truro 1431 Truro 1432 Truro 1433 Biography In 1408 William’s elder brother, John Trethake, brought a suit at the assizes at Launceston

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1822/5 Reference:TEST.CP.1822/5 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Prerogative Case:Testamentary (disputed administration) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1822 - 1825 People & Places Participant: Joshua Ingham [Ingham] Role: testator Details: male; The Elder Employment: Banker Location:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW SHERIFFS. At the Court held at 'Windsor, on Monday, the following Sheriffs were appointed for the year lS20- Bedfordshire-John.Thomnas Dawson, of Chaphaxa, Esq. Berkshire-Jobn Walter, of Boar-wood, Esq. Barkinghamslhire-R. W. Howard Vyse, of Stoke place, Esq. Camnbridgeshire and,1Huntingdonshire-Johrn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE TRIPLE MURDER AT BURY. its - adThe inquest on the bodies of Mrs. Mason and her three in children was held at Bury, Lanceshire, yesterday.-John Mason deposed to discovering the dead bodies of his wife iviand children on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFORDSHIRE ASSIZES. CROWN COURT.-YESTERDAY. (Contivued from the 7th Page.) THE WHISTON EAVES MURDER. William Gaunt, Polioe-sergeant, Ipstones I was called to Whiston Eaves the day of the murder. I assisted Wol- laston and Perkins to search prisoner's house. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I GLEANINGS- The, death is announced in atRenter's telegram from 'IMrelbourne of Mr. S. W. "McGovwan, Deputy Postrnastel- General of Victoria.' . ' Some three hundred a ricultural labourers loft thesais Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire on Monday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARXETS.-YEsTzRDAY. BcnmINGHA31 GOx,%-The wheat trade has been very i ouiet, without any large transactions, Old English andte fine foreign firmly held for late rates. New English and secondary qualities of foreign generally in buyers' favour, a English honleys, small Subscribers-only content

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