HIGH COUNTRY HISTORY GROUP
Webpage devoted to one of our four parishes in the High Country in Essex.
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Stapleford Tawney in 1887.
The following is taken from ‘Durrant’s Handbook For Essex’ written by Miller Christy (Durrant & Co., Chelmsford, 1887).
Staple’ford Tawney. A.1633; P. 222; Rectory, value(with Theydon Mount) £750; 4m. S.E. from Epping.
This parish takes its distinctive name from the family of Tany, who held it, with many other estates in
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|Last Updated: 28 December 2009|