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Pedigree of Smijth [sic] of Hill Hall, Essex by H. Farnham Burke

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Published by Mitchell in London .
Written in English


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Statementcomp. by H.F. Burke and J.J. Howard ...
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
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Open LibraryOL14033891M

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PEDIGREE OF SMIJTH. Burke, Henry Farnham Pedigree of Smijth of Hill Hall, Essex, BURKE'S COLONIAL GENTRY. Burke, Sir Bernard A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Colonial Gentry, two volumes. Volume II edited by Ashworth P. Burke and Reprint in one volume EXAMPLES OF IRISH BOOK-PLATES. P Muilman, A New and Complete History of Essex I, (), p W Watts, The Seats of the Nobility and Gentry () H Repton, Red Book for Hill Hall () [transcript in Essex Record Office: D/DU /1] G Virtue, Picturesque Beauties of Great Britain: Essex (), p 28 T Wright, History of Essex (), p Country Life, 20 (7 July   In , fire raged through this exceptional Elizabethan house. Paul Drury explains what archaeologists were able to rescue from the burnt-out husk. Since , Hill Hall, at Theydon Mount, in Essex, had been a women’s open prison whose unwilling guests included Christine Keeler. To architectural historians, this was indeed a fall from grace for [ ].   Hill Hall in Epping, Essex, was an Elizabethan house built for Sir Thomas Smith in Used as Second World War POW camp and as a women's jail - where Keeler was held in

Theydon Mt, Epping, Essex, CM16 7QQ Hill Hall has now been divided into private houses, but parts remain open to the public by prior arrangement. Nearby Places; Similar Places Waltham Abbey Gatehouse and Bridge miles from Hill Hall; London Wall miles from Hill Hall.   Hill Hall was the house built by the most remarkable member of the family, Sir Thomas Smith (–), who was, amongst other things, Queen Elizabeth’s ambassador to France. His nephew Sir William Smith succeeded him, and was High Sheriff in –16 and again in –20; he was responsible for rebuilding the parish church – Full text of "The history and topography of the county of Essex, comprising its ancient and modern history.A general view of its physical character, productions, agricultural condition, statistics &c. . Leslie Campion, 58pp, pedigree eps. Subject was executed at Tyburn for his faith. The author spent 20 years attempting to discover whether Edmund belonged to the Campions of Sawston [Cambs] or the related Campions of Witham [Essex]. Save yourself 20 years research and buy this book!

A History of the County of Essex: Volume 4, Ongar Hundred. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, The Seax website indicates that the Essex Record Office holds Vestry minute books for the years of Smijth's incumbency. These may indicate if he played an active part in parish affairs. [84] London Gazette, 21 June , ; Booker, Essex and the Industrial Revolution, ; J. Raithby (compiler), The Statutes of the United Kingdom of Great. With "Bigfoot", Joshua Blu Buhs traces the wild and wooly story of America's favorite homegrown monster. He begins with nineteenth-century accounts of wildmen roaming the forests of America, treks to the Himalayas to reckon with the Abominable Snowman, then takes us to northern California in , when reports of a hairy hominid loping through remote woodlands marked Bigfoot's emergence as a. Search pedigree index. The Society holds pedigrees for all of the surnames shown in this index. The larger ones are rolled up and stored in archive boxes ("Roll pedigrees") whilst the smaller ones are stored flat (referred to in this list as “Sheet pedigrees"). VL after a name indicates the pedigree is very large.