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    Parishes Long Ditton

    Long Ditton LONG DITTON Ditune (xi cent.). Long Ditton is a village one and a half miles southwest of Kingston . It was at the time of the Domesday Survey in Kingston Hundred. There was a church there then, and

    The hundred of Kingston Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF KINGSTON .

    The hundred of Kingston Introduction and map THE HUNDRED OF KINGSTON CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF KEW LONG DITTON PETERSHAM KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES MALDEN RICHMOND 1 In the Domesday Survey Kingston , Petersham , Long Ditton , Thames Ditton , and Malden

    Parishes Thames Ditton

    Parishes Thames Ditton THAMES DITTON Ditone (xi cent.); Ditton-on-Thames (xv cent.). Thames Ditton 1 is a village on the banks of the Thames , a mile and a half from Kingston , of which it was once a chapelry,

    Parishes Malden

    Parishes Malden MALDEN Meldone (xi cent.), Maldone, Melden, Maiden, & c. passim . Maiden is a small village nearly 3 miles southeast of Kingston . The Hogsmill Stream divides it from Talworth in Long Ditton . It stands upon

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES Cyningestun (xi cent.); Cyngestun (x cent.); Chingestun (xi cent.); Kingeston (xii cent.). The town of Kingston is built on the river-bank; behind it is alluvium through which the Hogsmill river flows. On either hand

    Parishes Hagbourne

    Parishes Hagbourne HAGBOURNE Haccaburn or Hacceburn (ix cent.); Hacheborne (xi cent.); Hackeburne (xii-xvi cent.); Hagburne or Hagborne (xv-xix cent.). Hagbourne ecclesiastical parish consists of the two civil parishes or 'liberties' of East and West Hagbourne . Their total area

    Hospitals St Mary without Bishopsgate

    Hospitals St Mary without Bishopsgate 22. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . MARY WITHOUT BISHOPSGATE The priory or hospital of St. Mary without Bishopsgate was founded on the east side of Bishopsgate Street 1 by Walter Brown , 2 a

    Parishes Ellisfield

    Parishes Ellisfield ELLISFIELD Esewelle, Domesday; Ulesfeld, Hulsefelde (xiii cent.); Essefeld, Elsefeud (xiii cent.); Elsefeld (xii, xiii, xiv cent.). The 2,349 acres comprising the parish of Ellisfield are part of the high sweep of country that rises southwest of Basingstoke

    Parishes Cuddington

    Parishes Cuddington CUDDINGTON Codintone (xi cent.); Cudintone, Codington (xiii cent.); Codynton or Codyngton (xiv cent.). Cuddington measures nearly 4 miles from north-west to south-east, and is scarcely a mile in breadth. It contains 1,859 acres, and extends over the

    Ealing and Brentford Churches: Brentford

    Ealing and Brentford Churches: Brentford CHURCHES: BRENTFORD. Ecclesiastical synods were held at Brentford in the 8th century, 8 apparently before there was a church. Between 1175 and 1179 Ralph de Brito founded St. Lawrence 's hospital, New Brentford ,

    Parishes Ewell

    Parishes Ewell EWELL Etwelle (xi cent.); Awell (xii cent.); Ewell ( Testa de Nevill ). Ewell is a village a mile north-east of Epsom and 5 miles south-east of Kingston . The parish is nearly 4 miles from north

    New College NEW COLLEGE , Typical Plan of Staircase before 1674 NEW COLLEGE QUADRANCGLE Diagram of Windows

    New College NEW COLLEGE A Note on the Authorities. I. In the Muniment Rooms . CR = The Computus Rolls (from 1388). LB = The Ledger Books (from 1603). I cite the following headings from these: Cap. = Custus

    Parishes Wotton

    Parishes Wotton WOTTON Odetone and Wodeton (xi cent.); Wodetone, Wodinton and Woditon (xiii cent.); Wodeton (xv cent.); Wodyngton, Wootton , and Wotton (xvi cent. and onwards). Wotton parish is bounded on the north by Effingham and Little Bookham ,

    Parishes Godstone

    Parishes Godstone GODSTONE Goddestone and Godiston (xv cent.). Godstone is 11 miles long and from a mile to a mile and a half broad, and contains 6,791 acres of land and 39 of water. The streams drain to the

    Index K-Z

    Index K-Z Keen , Art., Kele , Wm. de, Kelly : Geo., J., Peter, Kelly & Birchall , Kempe : Nic., fam., Kendall , Thos., Kendrick, J. J. P. , Kenrick , Thos., Kensal Green and Kensal Rise ,

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