particular of the manor of Wimbledon, and all other the real estate of Sir Theodore Janssen (one of the late directors of the South-Sea Company) situate in or near Wimbledon ... to be sold by ... auction ... ninth ... April, 1723. by Janssen, Theodore Sir

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Wimbledon manor house; the residence of the lord of the manor, was an English country house at Wimbledon, Surrey, now part of Greater manor house was over the centuries exploded, burnt and several times demolished.

The first known manor house, The Old Rectory was built around still stands as a private home, despite very nearly falling into a state beyond repair, in the 19th Built: c Extracts from the court rolls of the manor of Wimbledon Volume ; extending from I.

Edward IV. to A [England. Wimbledon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not : England. Wimbledon. Dune in the Saxon language signifies a hill.

Situation, boundaries, and extent. Wimbledon lies in the western division of Brixton hundred, and is situated about seven miles from Hyde-park-corner, being three miles south of Putney. The parish is bounded by those of.

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Wimbledon Manor House under the Cecils by HIGHAM, C.S.S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at By the time of the Doomsday Book inWimbledon is thought to have become part of a new estate, or Manor, owned by the Archbishop of Canterbury and known as Mortlake, but by the late 13th Century the Manor was referred to as Wimbledon.

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In when the Domesday Book was compiled, Wimbledon was part of the manor of Mortlake. The ownership of the manor of Wimbledon changed between various wealthy families many times during its history, and the area also attracted other wealthy families who Country: England.

Life. Janssen was born in Angoulême, France, son of the paper maker Abraham Janssen and Henriette grandfather, Theodore Janssen particular of the manor of Wimbledon Heez, had taken refuge in France from the Duke of Alba's persecution in the n moved to England inmaking his home at Wimbledon, where he bought Wimbledon was naturalised as an English subject in.

Start studying US History Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. This agreement shows how the right of other manors developed out of the original manorial powers of John, Lord Robert Lisle's son, kept 12 acres (49, m 2) of underwood from the land called Vodeleye; the park of Gedelesho and Gedelesho Wood (Gilston) and its keeper are mentioned, so presumably this was the manorial park.

That the estate had some boundary fence or bank marking it off from. In pursuance of the powers in me vested, by the Lord of the Manor, and on nis behalf, as Owner of the Soil, I do direct the following Resolution and Direction to be entered on the Court Rolls, to continue during his Lordship's will and pleasure, and subject to his revoca- tion of all, or any part thereof.

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A letter to the Right Honourable William Beckford, Lord-Mayor, and conservator of the river Thames and waters of Medway; from Sir Author: Stephen Theodore Janssen.

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other formats. It was part of Walpole's relief plan to make scapegoats of the directors, and Janssen was forced to hand over about a quarter of a million of money, ‘near one-half real estate.’ Part of this was the manor of Wimbledon, which he had bought inand which was now sold to Sarah, duchess of Marlborough, l.

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Other instances could be quoted: two may suffice. Macky refers in a familiar way to ‘Sir Theodore Janssen, the French Banker’, more accurately a Flemish merchant and financier, who became a director of the Bank of England and the South Sea Company.

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