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  1. Robert de Stratford (c.1292 – 9 April 1362), Chancellor of the Exchequer, Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Chancellor, Archdeacon of Canterbury, Bishop of Chichester Thomas de Stratford, Dean of Gloucester Stephen de Stratford, progenitor of the Stratfords of Farmcote

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  2. 17/05/2022 · Pages 44-45. Journal of the House of Commons: Volume 6, 1648-1651.Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1802. This free content was digitised by double rekeying.

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    Before the Conquest the manor ofHAVERSHAM was held by CountessGueth, wife of Earl Ralf of Hereford. (fn. 10) In 1086 it was assessed at 10 hides and was held byWilliam Peverel himself. (fn. 11) It was afterwards attachedas one fee to his honour of Peverel, and so remained,the last mention of this overlordship occurring in1525. (fn. 12) The tenants ...

    The church of ST. MARYconsistsof a chancel 32 ft. 11 in. by 15 ft. 2 in.,south chapel continuous with the southaisle 11 ft. 10 in. wide, nave 40 ft. 3 in. by 17 ft. 9 in.,north aisle 7 ft. 9 in. wide, south aisle 8 ft. 9 in. wide,west tower 7 ft. 9 in. by 8 ft. 5 in., and a south porch8 ft. by 8 ft. 6 in. These measurements are allinternal. The wes...

    A presentation to HavershamChurch was made in 1221 by thelord of the manor, (fn. 110) to which theadvowson remained attached until the 19th century. (fn. 111) In 1828 Alexander Small's trustees presented HenryAlexander Small, (fn. 112)who afterwards obtained the patronage, holding until about 1856. The Rev. A. B. Frazerthen became both incumbent an...

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    BARTON-LE-STREET belonged toWaltheof before the Conquest and wasamong the lands that the Conquerorgave to his half-brother Robert Count of Mortain, (fn. 12) son of his mother Herleva by her husband Herlwinede Conteville. He conspired in 1088 to deposeWilliam Rufus, and his estates were forfeited.Robert is said to have died in 1090. Most of hislands...

    The church of ST. MICHAEL consists of a chancel, south vestry and organchamber, nave and north porch. Thechurch was entirely rebuilt in the year 1871 in the'Norman' style, but portions of the chancel arch,the north doorway (the south doorway of the originalchurch) and the outer doorway of the north porch(formerly the north doorway) have been reset ...

    The church of Barton is mentionedin the Domesday Survey. (fn. 113) RalphPaynel gave it to the priory of theHoly Trinity, York. (fn. 114) Jordan his son and Ralph sonof Jordan confirmed the grant and their grants wereconfirmed by Henry II and again by Edward IV. (fn. 115) In 1220 Eustace de Greinville claimed it by royalgrant as escheat from Fulk Pa...

  3. 02/05/2022 · robert, abbot of burton-upon-trent, sued hugh, son of walter wyther, of ilum, and elena, his wife, for eight acres of wood, and sixty acres of pasture in ilum, as the right of his church, and they did not appear, and had previously made default, and it was considered that the abbot should recover seisin of the tenements, but as there might have …

  4. 24/05/2022 · This village lies in the hundred of Becontree, about six miles from London and a mile from Barking. The parish is bounded by Barking, Little Ilford, Wanstead, Westham, and Woolwich (fn. 1). It contains about 2000 acres of land; of which about 900 are marsh, about 60 upland pasture, and about 1040 arable.

  5. 02/05/2022 · 8th Parliament. ( 1826 ) 9th Parliament. ( 1830 ) This is a list of MPs elected to the House of Commons at the 7th 1820 United Kingdom general election, arranged by constituency. The Parliament was summoned 21 April 1820 and dissolved 2 June 1826. The Prime Minister throughout was the leader of the Tory Party, the Earl of Liverpool .