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The Environs of London: Volume 4, Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent
East Ham EAST HAM. Situation. Boundaries. Quantity of land, ... in Ham are thus described in that survey: The church of St. Peter holds Hamme: there are two ploughs on the demesne...
Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 13, 1554-1558
353, 358, 359, 362. Ham (Picardy), 449, 450, 452. Hamm, a Hanseatic Town, ... Spain H, I H Hainault (Hainaut), the province of, 118, 161, 173 and note, 246, 322, 324, 329. Hagenau, Alsace, 193194. Ham...
Calendar of Treasury Books and Papers, Volume 5, 1742-1745
Scotland), 345, 544. Halyburton, James, 211. Ham (Hamm), Mr., 233. -, (Hann), Robert, 312, 370. -, Samuel, 215. Ham Gate, Richmond New Park, 6. Hamble ... of London, 799. Hamlin, Zachary, 74....
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 4
(q.v.) have been lords of the manor. 84 The manor of HAM CASTLE (Hamme ... across it. This road is carried over the Teme at Ham Bridge 2 on the eastern boundary of Clifton upon Teme. Near ...
A History of the County of Sussex: Volume 4, the Rape of Chichester
to this last, to the west of it, a road runs from Highleigh past Keynor and Ham ... proper having 227 statutory acres and Ham (see below) 141. In 1535 ... of Sidlesham and the manor of Ham were...
A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 7, Acton, Chiswick, Ealing and Brentford, West Twyford, Willesden
have referred to the crossing of the Thames. The Ham was an Anglo-Saxon name, denoting a hamm or piece of flat land beside the river. The parts ... High Street and its buildings ran across the Ham...
A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 3
acres. At Ham, close to the eastern border of Chertsey, is a large moated ... with a moat. This is also square; it is not so large as Ham ... was added in 1901. New Ham School was built in 1874....
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 13, Bampton Hundred (Part One)
64 and Ham field, south of Aston, from the 17th century. 65 Nearly ... eight hams, and three 'islands', of which some, notably Rowney ... from the Middle Ages the Sixteens disposed of a few small, scattered...
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 10, Lexden Hundred (Part) Including Dedham, Earls Colne and Wivenhoe
runs along the Colne. The 'ham(m)' element in the name Fordham means