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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Other estates

    Hendon Other estates OTHER ESTATES. The Knights Templar had two estates in Hendon , originating in grants of 80 a. by Matthew of Ditton and Hamon son of Roger in 1243 . 1 One was held in 1359 by

    Parishes Avington

    Parishes Avington AVINGTON Avintone (xi cent.); Avienton, Aventon, Avington (xiii cent.). The parish of Avington lies on the north side of the Kennet Valley , being one of the many which consist of rectangular strips about three-quarters of a

    Salisbury The liberty of the close LIBERTY OF THE CLOSE

    Salisbury The liberty of the close THE LIBERTY OF THE CLOSE . In contrast to the earlier cramped site upon the hill, the Close, laid out in 1220 , was planned on an ambitious scale. Its area of over

    Hendon Growth before 1850

    Hendon Growth before 1850 Growth before 1850. There is no firm evidence of pre-Roman settlement in the parish, which has yielded many Romano-British finds. 77 Hendon was first mentioned in a charter purporting to date from 972-8, 78 by

    Hendon Communications HENDON IN 1754

    Hendon Communications Communications. The Roman Watling Street , part of it later known as Edgware Road , passed over the Brent and Silk stream, and, at the northernmost extremity, crossed Edgware brook at Edgware bridge. 22 There was a

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CONYERS, Edward (?1693-1742), of Copt Hall, Essex.

    CONYERS, Edward (?1693-1742), of Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 6 Apr. 1725 1727 East Grinstead 1734 1741 Biography Conyers, who bought Copt Hall, succeeded his father at East Grinstead in 1725 but was not re-elected till 1734.

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex.

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Reading 1747 1754 Essex 25 Feb 1772 8 Sept. 1775 Ofifces Held Verderer of Waltham forest and Essex at d. Biography Conyers sat for Reading as a Tory. Lord Egmont,

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex

    CONYERS, John (1717-75), of Copt Hall, Essex Constituency Dates Reading 1747 1754 Essex 25 Feb 1772 8 Sept. 1775 Biography Conyers sat for Reading as a Tory; he did not stand again in 1754. He was talked of as

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex.

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Stamford Oct. 1553 Arundel 1559 Boston 1563 Lincolnshire 1563 Lincolnshire 1571 Lincolnshire 1572 Essex 1584 Essex 1586 Essex 1589 Essex 1593 Ofifces Held Steward, manor of Hatfield

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex.

    HENEAGE, Thomas (by 1532-95), of Lincoln and Copt Hall, Essex. Constituency Dates Stamford Oct. 1553 Arundel 1559 Boston 1563 Lincolnshire 1563 Lincolnshire 1571 Lincolnshire 1572 Essex 1584 Essex 1586 Essex 1589 Essex 1593 Ofifces Held Steward, manor of Hatfield,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church in Foster Lane, London

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 St. Vedast als St. Foster's Church in Foster Lane, London ST. VEDAST ALS ST. FOSTER'S CHURCH in Foster Lane, London. RENTS. MS. p. 112. £ Cheapside, on the North side thereof. Mr. Alderman Gourney

    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Cripplegate Ward

    1582 London Subsidy Roll Cripplegate Ward CREPLEGATE 277. [r.76 ] CREPLEGATE [Petty collectors: Richard Cotton, leatherseller, and Frauncys Quarles, draper. ] ST MARY MAGDALYNS PARISHE [English ] £ s. d John Lacey ( £ 200) 10 Michaell Boyle (

    Index of places

    Index of places Acorn Alley Adlin Hill a . Angell Alley a , Court Anker Lane Armorers Rents Ave Maria Lane Back Alley Ball Alley a . Barbican a . Bare Key Barrs Precinct a . Beech Lane a

    General Index, C, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    General Index C C. Cabe , Daniel Cabel , Fritz Cabolle , John Cadiz Caesar , Charles Cahane , Francis Caio , court or commote of Cairns , David Caithness Calais Governor of packet-boat to passes to Roads Calamy Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Book, June 1703, 1-15, 01 June 1703-30 June 1703

    Warrant Book June 1703, 1-15 June 1703, 1-15 [? June 1. ] Establishment, detailed, under the royal sign manual for the officers and servants belonging to the Royal Hospital near Chelsea : as from Xmas 1702 : (total 2636

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ACCIDENTS, OFFENCES, 4 c. ttarrrd'.m~.-OiO Taesday, 3. Pinre' and J. Norbnrih, for tloiiiottsly o~itiitring to carr-y off a private India ship; also 'D. BtrUe and fW. Wsfiogs, for derrying, off the slhip Roebuek, wlho wrere t-ied 'the l.st Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE LITERARY EXAMINER. The Playfellow. No. I. The Settlers at Home. No. II. The Prince and the Peasant. By Harriet Martineau. 2 vols. Charles Knight. Miss Martineau is here a welcome labourer in a too scantily cultivated field. Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gbItuarp. Mm AT vv go- d- . laBOe Right RYon Epl tihe widow of J. Power, Esq., and aunt of the onven, Cork at. t.heladvanced the week before last at the Ursuline Centl re d at th, and at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FPARTNERSHIPS.- cri 1LYMA, w'itb an old-established export trade, could profit- ).j ably increase It by the introduction of a small rapital. Hle pe;ire Partner, who would give tis whole time, and if cousersHuat si;tie 1:ardiesrv trade preferrid. This is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON GAZMK-DECEMBER 30. THE JSAI-RUPTCY ACTS 1883 AND 180 BSCEIVING ORDERS. TROMAS DATvMs and DJvf DAVxw. trading as T. and D. Davies, Nelson, Glamorganshire, grocers. tleouan WmLIxAM Ncanta, Nelson. Street, Sohetdbon-sez, draper and milliner. EasrsaT WILraIM DAmro, Copt Hall, Subscribers-only content

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