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Pattern book

Identifier: DETs/36 · Date: 14 Jan 1935 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Interleaved drawing book: drawings and little cutout patterns of types of trousers, eg wide, stout, bell-bottom. Red breeches, clerical vests, coachman's coat etc. Beautifully done

Day book or journal

Identifier: DETs/B20 · Date: Mar 1893 - Apr 1897 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Accounts and orders. More occupations of customers, eg Scott - surveyor. Again names of workers, then list of customers. Monthly and yearly totals. More costs of yardage (eg 4 yds red flannel @...

Abstract of the title of Francis Hawes to the Red Lion Inn

Identifier: 43041 · Date: 3 Apr 1740 - 20 Feb 1787 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Red Lion, Hockerill

· Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Covenant

Identifier: 43180 · Date: 14 Jun 1712 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Between John Edridge of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex, baker, and Ann his wife, and Humphrey William Edridge of the same, son and heir of the above, and Mary his wife, John Taverner of Bishops Stort...

Cash book

Identifier: DETS/B32 · Date: 1880 - 1890 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Small cash book, list of names and cash received.

Receipt for restored property of J S Symons: one red and white cow

Identifier: HPF/B/13/15 · Date: 5 Aug 1899 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Received from Inspector Foster

Formerly BSM916/76 and HPF/B/3/21C/18

Mortgage by John Wyles of Hockerill, innholder, and John Serjeant of the same, yeoman

Identifier: 43070 · Date: 22 Apr 1805 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

To Thomas Bird and William Woodham of the same, common brewers, of the Red Lion Inn

Traders’ tokens relating to various persons and places in brief notes on some of these

Identifier: DE/Gl/95 · Date: nd [17th century] · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Bishops Stortford: tokens of Edward Aynsworth, William Chandler, Humphrey Dixon, Edward Garner, Richard Ginn, Francis Mathus, John Read, Simon Rutland, John Smith, and Ye Raine Deare; Buntingford: ...

Release of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a croft in Thorley called Balditch

Identifier: 43048 · Date: 9 Nov 1757 · Author: Hertfordshire Archives and Local Studies

Release (mortgage) by Thomas Clayton of St. Catherine's Cree Church, London, joiner, to Robert Young of Easeington, farmer, of the Red Lion Inn and a croft in Redings otherwise Bishops Field, and a...