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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bobbingworth 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 . in 1708 and

    Bobbingworth Manors

    owner of Blake Hall (see below). 4 The greater part, if not all, of this land afterwards remained as a permanent part of Blake Hall estate, some of it being attached to the manor of Blake Hall and some of

    Bobbingworth Church

    Blake Hall (see above). 7 Afterwards the owners of the manors of Blake Hall and Bobbingworth had alternate rights of presentation. They sometimes sold their single turns. In 1669 John, 3rd Baron Digby , then life tenant of Blake Hall

    Bobbingworth School

    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 1833 had 24 pupils. 58 It was a dame school, with a Sunday school attached,

    Bobbingworth Introduction

    road. About 1 mile from the bridge the main road is joined by Blake Hall Lane which leads north to the village of Bobbingworth . Blake Hall 9 stands in a park to the east of the lane. The rectory

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SOUTHWORTH, Richard.

    uncommon christian name to find with it. In 1495-96 a Richard Southworth, son of Nicholas, granted the reversion of Blake Hall in Ellel, Cockerham parish, to George Stanley, 9th Lord Strange, and in 1517 a namesake of Shenstone, son and

    TRETHAKE, William II, of Trethake, Cornw.

    sister and heir of Sir Robert Brent), John acquired estates in Somerset and Essex. These included the manor of Blake Hall in Bobbingworth, which he gave to William, who in 1424 exchanged it with the dowager countess of Oxford for

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

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    People & Places Participant: Joshua Ingham [Ingham] Role: testator Details: male; The Elder Employment: Banker Location: Mirfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Blake Hall (Blakehall) : habitation Participant: William Wood [Wood] Role: defendant Details: male; Executor of Joshua Ingham the Elder; Clerk (Reverend);

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Bow bridge, Esq. Devonshire-John Beaumont Swete, of Oxton House, Esq. Dorsetshire-John Bond, of Grange, Esq. Essez-Capel Cure, of Blake Hall, in Bobbingwortb, Esq. Gloucastershire-David Ricardo, of Gatromhe Park, Esq. Herefordshire-Riebard Blakemore, of the Leys, Esq. Hertfordshire-Willaam Hale, of King's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the manufacture of firearms he at Mandalay. o2£300. WORTH OCE J,`WII:RY SToLEc. .-In the course of Thursday night, Groat Blake Hall, Wanstead, the residence of Mr. D. J. Morgan, one of the justices sitting at the Stratford Bench, was broken Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shots in the rock spoken to by Mr. Smith. William Brindley, farm servant, in the employ of Mr. Patterson, Blake Hall, near Cheadle: I know the pri- soner very well. I lived near him last year. I remember having some Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about to leave for America. H~e was sentenced to nine months' imprisen. ment. '-Late on Monday night Mr. Ingham, Blake Hall, Mir- field; Mr. Kilner, gtass-bottlo maker, Thornhill ; MSr. Hill,. farmer, Savile Town, members of tho Thornbilt Local Board, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sellers, 44s. 9d. e WORK AND WAGES. Toc miners employed at Combs Colliery, Thornhill, belonginig to Mr. logham. of Blake Hall, Mirfeld, who a have been on strike a few weeks, resumed work yesterday, a slight advance in wages having Subscribers-only content

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