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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Worthies

    Chigwell Worthies WORTHIES 51 James Basire ( 1769-1822 ), engraver, lived and died at Chigwell Row . His eldest son James ( 1796-1869 ), also an engraver, was born there. Samuel Bellin ( 1799- 1893 ), another engraver, spent

    Chigwell Public services

    Chigwell Public services PUBLIC SERVICES The first serious attempt to improve sanitation was in 1854 , when the Epping Guardians appointed a parochial committee to remove nuisances. 73 Such committees were again appointed in 1857 and 1859. 74 In

    Chigwell Introduction Chigwell Urban District

    Chigwell Introduction CHIGWELL Chigwell lies in the south-west corner of Ongar hundred, on both banks of the Roding, at a distance of 12 miles from London . 1 The ancient parish had an area of 5,009 acres. 2 It

    Chigwell Agriculture

    Chigwell Agriculture AGRICULTURE Until the 19th century Chigwell was a rural parish devoted mainly to agriculture. The soil is clay. At Buckhurst Hill and Chigwell Row there were formerly extensive stretches of woodland forming part of Epping Forest and

    Chigwell Other occupations

    Chigwell Other occupations OTHER OCCUPATIONS From medieval times men with interests in London have made their country homes in Chigwell , 25 and the indigenous population, when not engaged in agriculture, has been largely occupied in catering for their

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW RAILWAY SCHEMES. Following up the deposit of plans and tloo's-of refer- ence the complete bills for railway undertakings for which Parliamentary.powers are to be s;,noht in the ensuing session have just been deposited in the Psrlia- mentary Offlie. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE CHARGE OF ASSAULT AGAINST TWO I POLICEMEN AT BRADFORD. V;4AL 1 L -6 _}:.'.\ Yedterday, at the West Riding Police-court, Bradford, T Thomas Ilaworth and Fred Eccles, members of the West Rlidiug police force, and stationed at Drighlington, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT A WOOLLEN MILL XAT GILDERSOME. DAMAGES £20,000. A fire was discovered to have broken out at the Grev- stone Mills, Aciwalton-lane, Gildersome, about haLf-past five o'clock yesterday even The premises, which are the property of Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCILESIASTIC AL. THE ESTABLISHED CHURCH. The Guardian states that the bishopric of Wor- coster has beon offered to and declined by Arch- deacon Law. APPOINTMENTS. The Rev. F. T. O'Donolghe, of Trinity College, Dublin, pcrpetual ciirate of Wellington, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Births, Marriages &Deaths. no~ouencesnents wnder this headdi iareqedfo or as followcs - Marriave, 2s 6d ;Deat th tm f1117eral otitice, s Gd; Obituary Notice, Is 6d; B irth, 2s 6d. In eVereY case such announcement Di l st be Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1664, 01 July 1664-31 July 1664

    Entry Book July 1664 July 1664 Date. Nature and Substance of the Entry. Reference. July 2 Money warrant for 16,982 l . 2 s . 6 d . to Stephen Fox, Paymaster of the Guards, for the pay of

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