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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Ham Local government and public services

    East Ham Local government and public services LOCAL GOVERNMENT. Very little evidence survives concerning the medieval local government of East Ham . In the 13th century the lord of the manor, Richard de Montfitchet, held the view of frankpledge,

    East Ham Economic history and the marshes

    East Ham Economic history and the marshes ECONOMIC HISTORY. Until the 19th century East Ham 's main occupation was agriculture. In 1086 the manor of Ham held by Robert Gernon , and formerly by Levred, which probably comprised most

    Becontree hundred East Ham THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE WEST HAM (NORTH) AND EAST HAM (NORTH), 1965 (INCLUDING THE FORMER PARISH OF LITTLE ILFORD )

    Becontree hundred East Ham THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE (continued) THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE EAST HAM The Origin of North Woolwich , p. 8. Manors and Other Estates, p. 8. Economic History, p. 14. Marshes and Sea Defences, p. 17.

    East Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    East Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. During the 1580s a secret Catholic printing press was operated for a short time at Green Street , East Ham , by the Jesuit missionary Robert Parsons , possibly assisted

    Index A - K

    Index A - K Note. Subjects are indexed mainly under the places to which the references relate, but in addition there are separate headings for the following subjects: architects; bell-founders; Black Death ; Borough English; botanical gardens; brickmaking; coin

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    Supplementary Records Haverbrack and Arnside HAVERBRACK AND ARNSIDE. 1602 The 27 day of October att nighte Beinge in the yeere of our Lorde God 1602, Beinge a mightie wynd was Arneshead Tower Burned, as it pleased the Lorde to

    Index, L - Z

    Index L - Z L. Ladyford footpath , 137. Lambe , John, 55. Lambert , Joshua, 55, 141. Lambrigg , 124, 129, 292. " Meeting House, 53, 124. " Park, 292. Lancashire County Council , 181. Lancaster , 10,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lfraoc ant Commerce. Woo.-The imports of wool into London during the week end- ing Thursday were 2,617 bales, of which 921 were from Odessa, 682 from Spain, 897 from France, 39 from the Cape of Good Hlope, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STAFFORDSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES. Mtr. Justilce Willes and Mr. Justice Byles attended divine cer- vice at St. Mary's Church, yesterday morning, after which the business of the Assize wise commenced. Mr. Justice BYles Pre- sided in the 'brown Court, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gablu Siouinnt0. m HEATRE ROYAL BIRMINGH&M.- 1 Tnit EvRNI:NO lTunsdey) w ill b pwesanted b, grand COoialyto Smetacular Otrarna.v entitlot 'IVAl4E F.. OR TPHI JtW'et olloiT." Tro coertitfl wivbthe tOFa~rtce of TalE DANCING {l~lthUpric to niece Scito 3r.;n ;oUciptoer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEETING OF MASTER BUILDERS. An adjourned meeting of the employers of labourin the building trades wag held yesterday forenoon, at the Wood- man Inn, in Eany Row, to consider quesUons relative to the striko of the bricklayers. Mr. Hardw'ick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. WOLVERHIAMPTON. v A e.xO D ISPiyH AT Sr. GOOBCs:'s,.-The Bev. A..S, tl Prior the vicar of St. George's, and his churchwarden, t Dr. douin, on the oneside, and the supedrtendent of the a Sunday school (Wi. James Subscribers-only content

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