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You searched for: Place: "Marks Tey" "Marks Tey", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Copford Nonconformity

    Copford Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. One recusant was recorded in 1596 . 88 John Argor (d. 1679), who had been ejected from Braintree church, was licensed in 1672 as a Presbyterian teacher at his own house and Hezekiah Haynes 's. 89

    Boxted Nonconformity

    Boxted Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. Four women recusants were reported between 1592 and 1617 48 and at least one of two men who refused to take the oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance in 1692 was a Catholic in 1717 . 49

    Easthorpe Introduction Easthorpe 1840

    Easthorpe Introduction EASTHORPE THE ancient parish of Easthorpe , seven miles south-west of Colchester and nearly four miles north-east of Kelvedon , covered 921 a. (382 ha.). 64 Woodland clearance may explain some of the detached parts and the

    Aldham Introduction Aldham c. 1840

    Aldham Introduction ALDHAM ALDHAM lies on the south bank of the river Colne , c . 5 miles north-west of Colchester . 1 The ancient parish (1,847 a.) was bounded by the Colne on almost all the north, by

    Copford Introduction Copford 1876

    Copford Introduction COPFORD The ancient parish of Copford four miles west southwest of Colchester , which covered 2,492 a. (1,034 ha.), was an irregular shape, stretching c . 5 miles from north to south. 90 Between 1756 and 1818

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWS OF THE DAY. Timinham RaingW -05t I I XI AND JOURNAL. I WENESDAY, AUGUST 19, 189L LOCAL WARV FoT.o lny Oide; Wight, '2odefuu; C a RhC. some 5aum I - A Herefordshire lady named WuarAns was X killed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E.Ltraordijary IFOolpad Rl o0bberg. On Wednesday evening ubout' half-past seven o'clock, as Mirs. Hyle, ot' Ox i d-street, was returining homie froin a visit to a irieud, ntior' Acton, just as she got intO the loudon roa d, tear Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A-p KELVIDON RATLWA7X ACOIDENT. | The coroner's inquiry into the Kelvedon accidsnt, by ict Helena Hfies came by her death, was opened on tnnisY afternoon at the Public Rall, be'ore Mr. Codd, coroner forthe district. The friends of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE RAW MATERIAL. TO THE EDITORS OF THE LEEDS MERCURY. GENTLEMEN,-I Was this day a passenger to Leeds from Londors. On my return to my seat at Peterborough I fouand myself in the company of a raw country youth, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ho0RESPONDENCE:,1 WI ust ski ag correnpsekde go bs ags briefas pOssible. Zaney etters ow aire neeessarily daily e=xdel3 plomiegnwalians 2=0 in every CGJSe b& buo~pE 91 VS nascs and address of lw rcofer, cot nweasarigy br I pubtiretion, bad Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface PREFACE. The present volume includes the period from the beginning of October, 1672, to the end of February, 1673. The approach of winter put an end to naval operations on a large scale. The French fleet at the Subscribers-only content


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