1 edition of Tithe map of Camberwell 1838 found in the catalog.
Tithe map of Camberwell 1838
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QUELCH of Berkshire & other English counties on 1 is mainly from Mr PC WITHERS, 49 Christchurch Rd, Reading, England. Ph 81 I have added info from FS. For a book "East Garston - past and present" write to Martyn DONNO, Foxdene,College way, East Garston, Hungerford, Berks RG17 7EP Tele 44 mdonno"att" £ inc. Extract from tithe map with additional labels The owner of Thornbury House in the Tithe Apportionment was Sir John Key, Baronet but the house was said to be empty at that time. The fields behind the house were called Paddocks and Turton and Weares both of which match the information in Kingsmill Grove’s will.
Full text of "Ye Parish of Cam̃erwell: A Brief Account of the Parish of Camberwell, Its History and Antiquities" See other formats. Progress map from May of the digitisation and web-mounting of the tithe maps of Wales onto a soon-to-be-launched National Library of Wales .
Sussex Emigrants by Michael J. Burchall. passage was paid for emigrants to go to Australia and Canada. Listed by date, ship, name, age and place of embakation. Article covers the years - in the parish of Salehurst, Sussex. Article in the Sussex Family Historian, Volume 3 #6 September , pgs Ellis memories by M. Gowler. A map was drawn of the grounds by Timothy Skinner in And it is on this map that we see the Bath House, the first known in Witham. (the original map is reproduced by courtesy of the Essex Record Office (i.e. D/P 30/3/5). I have compiled four small square maps, in date order, shown below.
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Looking at the map. The numbers of the tithe areas on the map correspond to those in the schedules to the apportionment. These numbers are not consecutive. Most tithe apportionments of any size had a numerical key added, showing the page of the apportionment where each tithe area appears, to help the user to find the details.
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This book contains extensive lists of names of those mustered and is a very good reference when researching family history. Preth Century Cambridgeshire Military History. This map originates from a large scale map of London compiled and engraved by Edward Weller F.R.G.S., issued in parts as supplements to the Weekly Dispatch newspaper during and The map consisted of nine sheets on a scale of 9⅜" to 1 Statute map predates Edward Stanford's Library Map of London (Hyde No.
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The Tithe Map shows two small rectangular buildings to the north of the burial ground at the point where Court Lane and Dulwich Village intersect. These are adjoined by the semi-circular village pound which suggests that these buildings are the lock-up since village lock-ups were often associated with a.
The Tithe map recorded that he owned this group of houses in Bridge Street and a further four tenements and gardens on the opposite side of Bridge St further down toward Andrews cottages. One of the Stebbing`s tenants was John Brown a 44 year old grocer, sometime chandler, sometime farmer, who married Susanna Whybrow, widow, in St.
The Tithe Map for M= onkton is in the TNA under reference IR 30/54/92 and the accompanying Schedule und= er IR 29/54/  The Tithe Schedule for Cosheston w= as made on 16 March and contains no Picton entries, so where James Picton= and his family were living at the time of the Census could not be identifi= ed immediately.
During the period to the church affairs at Badsey were in the hands of the curate, the Rev. Griffiths, who was a son-in-law of the absentee vicar, the Rev. Charles Phillott. It appears that about some of the glebe land was let out in small lots of about one or two acres each at increased rental.
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The Land Tax Assessment books suggest that about –8 he purchased what is now the north-west section of Brockwell Park and the site of these houses from the descendants of the first Lord Onslow's daughters.
Penzance was mentioned in the Domesday Survey of under the Manor of Alverton, and was the chief town in Madron parish. It became a borough inand was split off ecclesiastically from Madron in The harbour of Penzance lies in a sheltered corner of Mount's Bay in south-west Cornwall, from which boats leave for the Isles of Scilly.
The old hamlet of Nine Elms was the first settlement in Battersea travellers yet on the tithe map ofmade after the railway was laid out, the land was sold to an experienced Camberwell speculator, Richard Strong, and a Brixton builder, Henry Smallman, who covered it with the usual tissue.
The tithe map for New Brentford shows a substantial L-shaped property with a number of out-buildings. The landlord of the Three Pigeons inWilliam Tinson, received £7 from the fund collected to help Brentford tradesmen affected by the flood (X). Tithe Survey map, Staplehurst, Kent, England, 2nd prize for children’s pinafores in the ladies sewing category Miss A.
Boorman The family bible also states that Mary Ann GREEN married Thomas BOORMAN on 13 Sep at St Giles Camberwell in London. So it makes sense that she had already left home.
A Tithe Survey (published ), indicated that only a quarter of the surveyed land in the parish of Camberwell had been built upon by However, over half of the land was still being used as pasture and approximately a fifth, as arable land and market-garden.
Breakdown ownership on tithe map. Notes from Mercers Company minutes. 19/10/ some swaps with Hatcliffe charity. 12/5/ lease to Smith and Gale. Armitage, Glenforth Roads, etc being laid out and passed to Hatcliffe.
Notes on a number of different Hatcliffes: “The family is of ancient lineage, taking its name from the estate of Hatcliffe. Probably built after Mill Field marked on Tithe map, first mention of a miller in Six Home Counties Directory. Working until c.
Demolished c. Ash: Post: The Abbot of Chertsey ordered a new windmill to be built at Ash in Banstead: Hundred Acres Mill: Post. Somerset Heritage Centre's online catalogue contains details of all of their catalogued documents and is updated monthly.
For more information, please see Somerset Heritage Centre's webpages. ARCHON code: If you are an archivist or custodian of this archive you can use the archive update form to add or update the details in Discovery.William Barber alias Nynne was born circa He was the son of John Barber alias Nynne and Alice Farmer.
William Barber alias Nynne witnessed the will of John Barber alias Nynne dated 10 April at Rotherfield, Sussex, England. 1 William is recorded as being a minor when probate is granted on his father John Barber alias Nynne's will.Location Name of mill and grid reference Type Maps First mention or built Last mention or demise Photograph; Alfold: Alfold Mill Laker's Green Mill Tickner's Heath Mill Robbin's Mill Dunsfold Mill: Smock: Probably built after Mill Field marked on Tithe map, first mention of a miller in Six Home Counties g until c.