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Publisher: Ballingdon: Michaelmas Term, 1767 . 0:
Seller ID: 39104
Certified extract examined with the entry at the Kings Silver Office, Court Temple (made in January 2nd, 1793), and signed W. Daw. - Relating to transfer of five messuages in Ballingdon, from Roger & Mary Wood, to Michael Wood & Roger Prickle. Small sheet of paper with some creasing and small tear to one edge. A search on the internet has provided details of another document: Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1767 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of property in Ballingdon in the County of Essex between Roger Wood, a Currier, and his wife Mary, both of Bury St ... View more info
Publisher: 10th June, 1884 . 0:
Seller ID: 39116
1884 - Ballingdon - Agreement by Uriah Cross, Great Cornard, Suffolk, Innkeeper as agent for Charles Hicks, Ballingdon, Essex, Whitesmith, to Edward Ephraim Ready, Sudbury, Suffolk, Harness Maker. “...to purchase eight cottages and shop situated in Ballingdon Street...Essex. ”Folded folio (watermarked paper), written on 2 sides - signed by Cross & Ready over penny lilac stamps. ** According to the 1891 census Uriah Cross, ran the Kings Head Inn, Great Cornard, Suffolk . . View more info
Publisher: Chelmsford: Edmund Durrant & Co., Essex Review Office, [ 1900 ] . 0:
Seller ID: 41316
An original booklet. Date of publication obtained from COPAC (British Library). pp.15 with 6 black & white illustrations.8.75" x 5.75". Original card wraps with titles to front cover and adverts to rear. Front cover chipped and 2.00" tear at the bottom of the hinge. Staples rusted. Clean text and illustrations throughout. A very good copy of this scarce publication. View more info
By: EMMISON, F.G.
Publisher: Chelmsford: Essex Record Office, 1969.:
Seller ID: 39039
Includes the progress made in document repair and storage, microfilms and photographs, the Ingatestone Hall 'scheme', and a report on the publications of the period. Pp.26, black & white photos. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: St Osyth Local History Recorder, nd.(c.2009).:
Seller ID: 39036
"Reminded that 11th November 2008 would be the 90th Anniversary of the ending of the Great War, I began my research. It proved overwhelming at times. I find myself forced to the conclusion that 1914 heralded the demise of innocence, idealism and patriotism." (Phyllis M.Hendy, St Osyth Local History Recorder). Pp.88, black & white photos and other illustrations throughout. Paperback, crease to lower front corner. VG. View more info
By: LANAWAY, Hugh .
Publisher: Eastbourne: Printed And Published By V. V. Sumfield, Station Street, [no date c. 1920] . 0:
Seller ID: 41382
A very good original booklet. The date of publication comes from COPAC (British Library). 7.25" x 4.75". [pp.2]/pp.74 . Faded purple covers with printed titles. Page edges lightly rubbed and creased. Clean English text throughout, with numerous illustration. A well preserved guide. View more info
By: MAY, David J.
Publisher: West Mersey: Privately published/Coppings Printing Company, 1992.:
Seller ID: 39259
Follow up volume to "Jockey Hill to the Stour". Unpaginated. 99 black & white photos + facsimiles from Great and Little Horkesley Magazine and "For Home and Country" (W.I Programe for 1939) +.2 pages of ads from the Great and Little Horkesley Magazine". Stiff illustrated card covers. VG. View more info
Publisher: Essex: 1921.:
Seller ID: 39043
Reprint from the "Essex Review" Vol.XXX. pp.95-105. April 1921. Pp.112 black & white plates(one slightly scuffed), marginal toning to first page due to shadow of a handwritten signed letter from the author to "Benton"(probably Rev. Montagu Benton) which has been loosely enclosed. Green card covers with "with the writer's very kind regards" to top corner. G+. **Rev William James Pressey, came to Foxearth as Curate to the Rev John Foster and on who's death he was inducted as rector and remained there for 14 years. He was a brilliant pianist and a great musician, composi... View more info
By: TOLLEY, Chris.
Publisher: Alresford: Elmstead Parish Council/The Vine Press, 1994.:
Seller ID: 39040
"The 19th century was the age of social and political reform in Great Britain. One of these reforms was the new Local Government Act which came into force in 1894. This set up local parish councils to take over civic functions of the church vestries,which had managed parish affairs within the ecclesiastical boundaries of the parish since the Middle Ages." Pp.63, occasional photos reproduced + map of the village of Elmstead. Ring binding with blue card covers protected with clear acetane. VG. View more info