The most bocking families were found in the uk in 1891. Download historic towns in essex braintree district council. The bocking family name was found in the usa, the uk, canada, and scotland between 1880 and 1920. Post office directory of essex 1874 list of inhabitants. Dovecote at the old deanery, 380m south of bocking hall is a scheduled monument in bocking north, essex, england. Bocking hall, west mersea, essex history in structure. Mainly late c18early c19 casements of 3 lights, some with transomes.
It is found that there is one conference hall in every organization, whether it. Braintree, essex project gutenberg selfpublishing ebooks. All content from kiddle encyclopedia articles including the article images and facts can be freely used under attributionsharealike license, unless stated otherwise. Bocking village hall is suitable for a variety of events and functions. Charlie bocking was born in 1898 above his fathers barbers shop here in wadhurst where he went to school. The principal settlement of braintree district, it is located 10 miles 16 km northeast of chelmsford and 15 miles 24 km west of colchester. Bower hall in 1264, barrow and weir farms in 19, bocking hall in 27, fen. In 1862 kellys directory of essex already stated that braintree and bocking, although distinct parishes, form one continu. According to james alexander manning, he was of dorewood hall, and the name survives in durwards, at bocking in essex and in durwards hall, between witham and kelvedon. The parish includes also bockingstreet and bockingchurchstreet. The index is available in three volumes at the family history library in salt lake city.
Mersea entered written history with the romans who built themselves brick and stone. Buchen n booking football verwarnung f gelbe karte sports. Bocking village hall, braintree, essex village hall that. Full text of the history and topography of the county of. In 1891 there were 70 bocking families living in yorkshire. Dorewards hall, braintree 1170740 historic england. Located in aachen, near historical town hall aachen, eurogress aachen and rwth aachen university. Village hall that can be hired for private functions. This was about 18% of all the recorded bocking s in the uk. A traditional hall house, the property has retained the original battened and nailed front door that leads. Bocking hall, helmingham, suffolk history in structure.
Elsie karbaczs book a short history of mersea is available. The first register of saint marys church, bocking, essex, england. Our village hall is a perfect venue to hold that special life event if its a wedding, christening, party or a wake with facilities to meet your needs including catering supplied by our in house restaurant, currently listed number 1 in braintree on tripadvisor. The town was recorded in the domesday book of 1086 where it was named. Public halls and venues bocking village hall record details name debbie smith address bocking village hall church street bocking braintree essex cm7 5la telephone number 076 324584 email email protected. Bocking hall is a grade ii listed building in helmingham, suffolk, england. A gift from william julien courtauld, braintree town hall was opened on 22nd. The principal settlement of braintree district, it is located 10 miles 16km northeast of chelmsford and 15 miles 24km west of colchester. Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of bocking hall.
This latter area became the focus of the roman town. Photo prints old maps folded maps calendars photo books jigsaws mugs tableware tea towels cushion covers gift cards wallpaper trade colour contrast galleries. Sorry, there are no tours or activities available to book online for the dates. Church street, cm7 has 309 houses and flats on it with a current average value of. Bocking, essex genealogy genealogy familysearch wiki. The conference web portal allows user to book conference rooms. Bocking is an area of braintree, essex, england, which was a former village and civil parish.
The iconic raffles singapore provides a relaxing getaway in the heart of the city. He was the private confessor of richard wych, who held the see of chichester from 1245 till his death in 1253. If you wish to trace any of these people on the census returns, he nearest census date for this 1874 directory is the 1871 census. There are instructions by each booking poster for any questions you might have and if. Court of the peculiar of the deanery of bocking genealogy. In the great domesday book of 1085 outwell is recorded by the name of utwella and wtwella. New paintings at braintree town hall henry rushbury scrap book 9.
Though some were known to have existed in norman times such as bower, bocking and reeves halls. Public halls and venues bocking village hall braintree. View a description of its facilities and the booking contact information. Front wall cased in red brick with a stonecoped parapet, having a dentilled eavesband and pilastered returns. According to the 2011 census, the town had a population of 41,634, while the urban area, which includes great notley, rayne and high garrett, had a population of 53,477. August 2004 1 1 summary the present bocking hall was built in the late 16th century on the probable site of its medieval predecessor which, with the adjacent church, lies in an area believed to. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. The village stands on the left bank of the river blackwater, it is on the braintree railway, adjacent to braintree. Bocking st mary the virgin, is a village, a parish, and a subdistrict, in braintree district, essex. We understand you may need to change your travel plans. The cost of building the church was funded from a bequest from miss frances wakeham who died on 14th march 1893. He was apparently the son of william doreward of bocking, essex who was a member of parliament for essex in the eighteenth and twentieth parliaments of edward iii.
Bocking village hall, bocking village club, church street. Braintree town hall centre, fairfield road, braintree. It forms an electoral ward for essex county council elections, and gives its name to bocking blackwater, bocking north and bocking south wards of braintree district council. Bocking is a small parish and town adjoining braintree on the n. Save money when you book your flights and accommodation together. Dovecote at the old deanery, 380m south of bocking hall. The upper storey is jet tied at the south end of the east front. History of bocking, in braintree and essex map and description. The principal settlement of braintree district, it is located.
Yorkshire had the highest population of bocking families in 1891. The history of braintree begins at least 4,000 years ago, the earliest concentrated settlements being near the river brain in the skitts hill area, and around the present crossroads at the junction of the a120. The design is by victorian architect john micklethwaite. Bocking village hall is situated in the picturesque village of bocking near braintree, essex. An archaeological evaluation at bocking hall, bocking churchstreet, bocking, essex. In 1934 it became part of the civil parish of braintree and bocking, which is now within braintree district. Please be aware that due to the current circumstances, it may take us longer than usual to respond to any queries you send us. Bocking hall photos, maps, books, memories francis frith. A commuunity project to save dorewards farm for the people of bocking. Bower hall in 1264, barrow and weir farms in 19, bocking hall in 27, fen and bromans farms in 32, north farm in 1412 and waldegraves in 1450.
Francis frith the uks leading publisher of local photographs since 1860. An archaeological evaluation at bocking hall, bocking. Ii a timberframed and plastered house built in the second half of the c16, on a t shaped plan. A friendly members club with great facilities and atmosphere a great place to meet. This 5 bed freehold detached house is located at bocking hall, church street, bocking, braintree cm7 5jy. This report is an archaeological and historical assessment of braintree and forms part of. During this period edward bocking produced a book detailing bartons revelations. In 1533 a copy of bockings manuscript was made by thomas laurence of canterbury, and 700 copies of the book were issued by the printer john skot, who supplied 500 copies to bocking. Situated in the old institute building just behind argos, bocking antiques centre is an intriguing mixture of dealers, both upstairs and downstairs, with an amazing range of things for sale from large furniture and carpets down to the smallest and most delicate jewellery. Property details for bocking hall church street bocking.
Bocking, ralph dnb00 wikisource, the free online library. Plaintiled roof with axial c17 chimney of red brick. Philip morant, 18th century rector of the church, edited parliaments first records 127814. Braintrees museum, containing displays relating to the history of the town.
The property enjoys over 5,000 sq ft of accommodation including a stunning oak framed kitchen extension with bespoke units. The hall has original moulded ceiling beams with carved stops, resting on chamfered wallposts, and the walls are covered with early 17thcentury panelling for about half their height. Ii the house has important remains of a c16 house with c17 and c18 additions, partly brick and partly timberframed and plastered. William 1 compiled the doomsday book in 1086 in which west mersea. Full text of the history and topography of the county of essex, comprising its ancient and modern history. The hotel is a 5minute walk from city hall mrt station and raffles city shopping center. Book the historic town hall for your wedding, conference or baby naming ceremony warner textile archive opening times, group bookings and administration fees for warner textile archive. The story of an essex peculiar phillimore, 1976 isbn 0850332265. C15 and later house on hplan, timberframed with roof pegtiled and hipped at front. An impressive grade ii listed c16th hall house conveniently located in the heart of bocking. Helmingham new road tm 15 ne 4107 bocking hall gv ii farmhouse, mid c17. The first register of saint marys church, bocking, essex. The book s survey also records 16 borders with lands worth 5s which were noted as belonging to saint benedicts abbey in ramsey. It is also just a 10minute train ride from the shopping district orchard road, while the cultural precincts are within walking distance.
The parish includes also bockingstreet and bockingchurchstreet, 34 and 2 miles distant from braintree, both with post offices under that town, and the former situated on the branch roman road from chelmsford. Essex parish placename books contain the placenames recorded from historical documents of a single parish, together with a short introduction, and. Braintree town hall 2020 all you need to know before you go. The domesday book records braintree in 1066 and 1086 rumble, 1983. Right now you book the halls on posters by the doors until further notice. Nine letters from an artist the families of william gillard porphyrogenitus, 2015. An inventory of the historical monuments in essex, volume 1, north west.522 936 988 124 325 654 1276 739 15 1554 1341 1053 724 1386 1562 1356 1290 171 452 1161 1135 1232 1496 1548 364 1368 1070 1360 1027 528 1356 877 506 1415 672 1459 898 1038 136 400 1034 617 405 1471 1208 1425 1118 1070