1 edition of Court rolls of the manors of Tottenham, Middlesex. found in the catalog.
Court rolls of the manors of Tottenham, Middlesex.
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The periodical court rolls are incomplete, but the court held on 30 October , covering areas of Stepney, Hackney, Mile End, Stratford and Holywell Street, reports no deaths from the previous court (undated, but probably at least a month earlier), confirming instead three tenements held in the lord’s hands (due to earlier deaths of tenants. Fulham Court, SW6. likes 2 talking about this. Fulham Court, SW6, is a vibrant flourishing community living in homes, within 9 blocks, sharing playgrounds a sports pitch and community ers: A further settlement was made in July , but he died before the following March, when his sister and heir Margaret wife of Ralph Butler of Badminton, Gloucestershire, entered into possession. The Court Rolls for this manor for –3 still exist, and it appears to have been let at farm at a rent of £7 9s. 10d. Address Last sold Price Occupier info; Flat 1, Bruce Castle Court, Lordship Lane, Tottenham, London, N17 6RR: View Details.
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The manors of Tottenham, with all Risley's property in Tottenham, Edmonton, and Enfield, were granted in tail to Sir William Compton in (fn.
72) On his death in they passed to his son Peter, a minor, (fn. 73) who in was succeeded by his posthumous son Henry, later Lord Compton (d. The PRO index also includes entries from the late s that reference "Manor of Tottenham Pembrokes Bruces Dawlines & Mockings (MAF 9/(2)), and nothing more is known of Ducketts at this time, but according to the source, "Court Rolls of the Manor of Tottenham, 23 Henry VIII to 1 Henry VI ()," translated from Middle English and.
Tottenham is believed to have been named after Tota, a farmer, whose hamlet was mentioned in the Domesday Book. 'Tota's hamlet', it is thought, developed into 'Tottenham'. The settlement was recorded in the Domesday Book as Toteham.
It is not related to Tottenham Court Road in Central London, though the two names share a similar-sounding nial county: Greater London. Some Court Rolls of the Manors of Tottenham, Middlesex,and Court Rolls of Cantelowes Manor, St.
Pancras, Court Rolls of the Manor of Author: Paul Moorman. History. In a local board of health was established for the civil parish of Tottenham and in the local board became an urban sanitary authority, without change of ancient parish had included Wood Green and in the district was divided, with Wood Green gaining its own local board.
The sanitary district was reconstituted as an urban district in under the Local Status: Local board ( – ), Urban district (. tottenham rectory manor This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Tottenham Court Road (occasionally abbreviated as TCR) is a major road in Central London, almost entirely within the London Borough of Camden. The road runs from Euston Road in the north to St Giles Circus in the south; Tottenham Court Road tube station lies just beyond the southern end of the road.
Historically a market street, it became well known for selling electronics and white goods in. Some Court Rolls of the Manors of Tottenham, Middlesex,and Court Rolls of Cantelowes Manor, St.
Pancras, Manor of Tottenham Series. Edward II () through Richard II () Bruce Castle's Archives hold many treasures of ages Middlesex. book in the history of Tottenham Manor.
InW. McB Marcham was involved in translation work of the Court Rolls of the Manor, Court rolls of the manors of Tottenham Manor Court proceedings under the Balliols (Daubeneys) and the Bruces (Fawkoners).
This work was prepared. tottenham manor This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Court books and rolls manors of Zeals and Merehundred of Warminster Papers of Bullen Reymes including material relating to his service in the household of the duke of Buckinghamand other official positions, Full text of "A history of Enfield in the County of Middlesex; including its royal and Middlesex.
book manors, the chase, and the Duchy of Lancaster, with notices of its worthies, and its natural history, etc.; also an account of the church and charities, and a history of the New River; the church history by George H. Hodson, and the general history by Edward Ford". See, for example, Some Court Rolls of the Manor of Tottenham, Middlesex, trans.
Marcham, W. (Borough of Tottenham, ), 37 – 38, 39–40, 42–43 (Tottenham, Mdx. ) (younger son of villein decedent heir for villeinage; elder son heir for three acres of free land).Cited by: 5.
Governing England through the Manor Courts, c Article in The Historical Journal 55(02) June with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Brodie Waddell. Full text of "Wakefield Manor Court Rolls Vol. 10" See other formats.
Leger-book of Tottenham Manors. Esch. 8 Hen. N o 3. An inquisition taken annoat which time Thomas Legett, son and heir of Elmingus, was 23 years of age, describes the manor of Mockings as containing acres of arable, valued at 3d.
an acre; 30 of meadow, at 2s.; and 40s. rents of assize. Amphlett, J. Hamilton, S. Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales, – Worcestershire Historical Society Oxford Anderson, R.
The Assize of Bread Book, – Southampton Record Society, Southampton Cited by: investigations of the Middlesex village of Tottenham provide an example of such abnormalities. By a fortunate chance a vast collection of Tottenham manorial documents has survived, commencing in and becoming almost continuous from Not only court rolls, but extents, rentals, accounts, custumals and a terrier have been.
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Find all the transport options for your trip from High Brooms to Tottenham Court Road Station right here. Court Rolls of the Manors of Bruces, Daw-beneys, Pembrokes (Tottenham), 1.
Richard II to 1. Henry IV, * Manor of Tottenham Series, no. Tottenham Pub-lic Libraries, London, N Paddington Public Libraries. A Subject Index to the Records of the Parish of Pad-dington. Paddington Public Libraries.
Pawson, H. A Survey of the. Edmund Jennings married Margaret Barkham, the daughter of Sir Edward Barkham, 1st Baronet, of South Acre and of Tottenham High Cross, Middlesex and Frances Berney.
They had three daughters and four sons. Jonathan Jennings, b. Abt ; William Jennings, b. Abtd. ; Edmund Jennings, b. d. 5 Dec ; Peter Jennings, b. Abt Children: Gov. Edmund Jennings, Peter Jennings, William Jennings, Joanna Owens, Anne Bledsoe. investigations of the Middlesex village of Tottenham provide an example of such abnormalities.
By a fortunate chance a vast collection of Tottenham manorial documents has survived, commencing in and becoming almost continuous from Not only court rolls, but extents, rentals.
The History And Antiquities Of The Parish Of Tottenham Highcross, Middlesex [Oldfield, Henry George, Richard Randall Dyson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The History And Antiquities Of The Parish Of Tottenham Highcross, MiddlesexAuthor: Henry George Oldfield. JUL Tottenham Magistrates' Court. II Police Court, now Magistrates' Court. Opened with minor late-C20 alterations. W.T. Curtis, Middlesex County Council architect.
Brown and blue brick with rubbed red brick and stone dressings. Hipped tiled roofs. Neo-Georgian style. Tolentone: Ranulf brother of Ilger holds TOLLINGTON from the king for 2 for 2 ploughs.
In lordship 1 hide, 1 plough there. The villagers have 2 ploughs. 5 villagers with ½ virgate each; 2 smallholders with 9 acres; 1 cottager; 1 slave.
Parish History [edit | edit source]. Harlington St. Peter and St. Paul, a parish (), in the union of Staines, hundred of Elthorne, county of Middlesex, 4 miles northwest by west from Hounslow.
The Baptists have built a place of worship as well. The Victoria County History of Harlington () is available includes a history of land ownership, manors, mills, economic and social.
See English Regnal Years for the years Kings and Queens reigned. See Index to C Series Extractions from Public Records Office (PRO) Catalogue, Court of Chancery: Six Clerks Office: Early Proceedings, Richard II to Philip and Mary [22 Jun - 17 Nov ] (C 1) Note: Although the C 1 Series cover a period of almost years, it is possible to narrow the date range somewhat; i.e., the PRO.
The Court Leet Records of the Manor of Manchester, Vol. 5: From the Year to the Yearand From the Year to the Year (Classic Reprint) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Excerpt from The Court Leet Records of the Manor of.
FHL Book K22L ↑ "Boyd's London Burials Index - places and counts," Find My Past, accessed 8 June Indexes adult male burials only. ↑ Batch M, see: Hugh Wallis, "IGI Batch Numbers for London including Middlesex (A-M), England," IGI Batch Numbers, accessed 17 March TOTTENHALL alias TOTTENHAM COURT, parish of St Pancras, Middlesex MsMsfolio Court books are held at London Metropolitan Archives.
Part of the archives of St Paul's Cathedral - see Section 15 (iii). TOTTENHAM COURT, Middlesex see TOTTENHALL. TOTTENHAM RECTORY, Tottenham, Middlesex This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Classification: Commercial / Trade Directories, Hearth / Window Tax, Institutions / Workhouses / Hospitals etc., Ships Passenger / Crew / Owners Lists, Poll / Electoral / Voters Registers, Associations and Civil Officials Lists, Religious Lists / Records, Prisoner / Trial / Conviction / Court Records, Military Lists, Muster Rolls etc., Occupations / Trades / Apprentices, Other Records.
CAESAR, Julius (), of Tottenham, Mdx. and Mitcham, Surr. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. P.W. Hasler, Available from Boydell and. FHL Book B4e no. Probate records [edit | edit source] Records of wills, administrations, inventories, indexes, etc.
were filed by the court with jurisdiction over this parish. Go to Middlesex Probate Records to find the name of the court having primary jurisdiction. Scroll down in the article to the section Court Jurisdictions by Parish. Rome2rio makes travelling from Shenfield to Tottenham Court Road Station easy.
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Contract book. Wiltshire manors. 9/1/ Manorial Court Rolls and Books. 9/1/ 9/1/ A series of twenty two court rolls of Sir Edward Seymour and Sir William Seymour, of manors in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Middlesex. 9/1/ Court roll of the manors of Hound in Hampshire; Pewsey, Huish. Waterstones Tottenham Court Road - Tottenham Court Road, W1T 1BJ London, United Kingdom - Rated based on 32 Reviews "Finally found out why I /5(32).
Listed as a well surviving suburban police court (now magistrates court) of designed by the noted Middlesex County Council architect's department, this under W.T. Curtis and in a dignified Neo-Georgian style also retaining the original oak fittings in the court rooms.
Curtis' Harrow Magistrate's Court of is also listed at Grade II. Detective Fiction in the Archives: Court Records and the Uses of Law in Late Medieval England became the heir to Gedney's manors in Tottenham, 15 and it was as a Middlesex gentleman that Richard Turnaunt lived most of his adult life.
Calendar of the Fine Rolls Cited by: Descriptive gazetteer entries. These other entries in our collection of descriptive gazetteers are also about Tottenham. You may be able to find further references to Tottenham in the descriptive gazetteers by doing a full-text search here.Warren Street is probably better known by the underground station of the same name, at the junction of Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road.
Warren Street runs parallel to Euston Road between Tottenham Court Road and Cleveland Street and my reason for being in Warren Street was to track down the location of one of my father’s s corner shop photographs.