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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Tawney Introduction

    Stapleford Tawney Introduction STAPLEFORD TAWNEY Stapleford Tawney is a parish about 7 miles north of Romford , having an area of 1,656 acres. 1 In 1801 the population was 196. It reached 350 in 1841 but has subsequently declined.

    Abbess Roding Introduction

    Abbess Roding Introduction ABBESS RODING Abbess Roding and Beauchamp Roding (q.v.) form the south-west part of the area known before the Norman Conquest as Roding or Rodings. After the Conquest this area was divided into eight parishes, each retaining

    Norton Mandeville Introduction

    Norton Mandeville Introduction NORTON MANDEVILLE The modern parish of Norton Mandeville lies to the north of High Ongar and is bounded on the north by Willingale . 1 Its present area is 1,318 acres. Until late in the 12th

    Fyfield Introduction

    Fyfield Introduction FYFIELD Fyfield is about 2 miles north of Chipping Ongar , 1 and has an area of 2,450 acres. 2 Its name is derived from the 5-hide unit of assessment used by the AngloSaxons. 3 In several

    List of illustrations and maps

    List of illustrations and maps LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS AND MAPS The three maps are based on the Ordnance Survey, and like the illustration of painted glass facing page 185 are published with the sanction of the Controller of H.

  • * British History Online *

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    County of Essex, Barking

    County of Essex Barking BARKING. Etymology . The name of this place, in old records, is written Bereching, Bereking, Berkyng, & c. now almost universally Barking. Morant derives it from the Saxon words Beorce and ing , signifying a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -TALLEG EDPOLTCAL LIBEL. - lb thQeen's Bench Division, yesterday, thefurthe| bhearing of the case:of a.Gtty v. 3Farquharsn wasg reumed -before the -Lord Chief Justice and a special j W.-r. .The: plaintiff, Mr. Charles T. Gatty, son S .of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LONDON AND BURY SAINT EDMUND'S RAILWAY. fßmhr,,,^ betioeen Harking and Chipping Onqar, thence to Duumoio, Ounce to liury Saint Edmilnd's-icith Brandies, Powers over Undertakings of London Td- bury, and Southend, London ond Blackwall Eastern Counties, Epping, Colne Valid/ and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XJNDON AND BURY SAINT EDMUND'S RAILWAY. Railways between Barking and Chipping Ongar thence to Dunmow, the. ice to liury Saint Edmund's- V)Uh Branches, Powers over Undertakings of London. Til- bury, and Southend, London and Blackwall, Eastern Counties L/'puig, Colne. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Proposed Testimonial to Sir C. de Cue9pignt.- A numerously-attended meeting of the officers of the Ist Essex Administrative Battalion of Volunteer., was held a few days ago, at the Cups Hotel, Colchester, for the pur- pose of considering a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHELIVISFOrID. Yesterday the annual meeting of the Chelmsford and West Essex Auxiliary Bible Society was held in tie Grand Jury Room, at the Shire Hall, the Rev. H. A. M. Budd, Rector of White Roothing, in the chair. The Subscribers-only content

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