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Wanstead a parish, in the union of West Ham, hundred of Becontree, S. division of Essex, 6½ miles (N. E.) from London;… (Lewis…, 1848).


30 April 1717. Registration of Papist estates. Enrolled. William COLEGRAVE of St. Giles-in-the-Fields (co. Midd.) esq., (tenant for life). The Manor of Cann Hall alias Cannon Hall and lands adjoining (no details) in Wanstead, in occupation of John HEWYT [HEWIT?] clerk, by lease at £365 rent; a messuage in Wanstead in occupation of Thomas COOMBS by lease at £323 rent; 3 fields and a parcel of marsh in Wanstead except Little Moor Field in Low Leyton , in his own occ., lately leased at £380 rent. (Essex Record Office, Enrolment, Registration and Deposit: Religion, Paists, Ref Cod: Q/RRp 1/8),


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