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Records of the Monumental Inscriptions from the churchyard of Isleham, St Andrew exist in the Cambridge Record Office for the years 1451-1938, the transcriptions of these are available on microfiche from the Cambridgeshire Family History Society Bookstall.
Isleham, St Andrew: Records of baptisms 1566-1992, marriages 1566-1987, burials 1566-1992, banns for 1754-93, 1813-1862 and 1884-1986 reside in the Cambridge Record Office alongside the Bishop's Transcripts 1675-80, 1702-1812.
Peculiar Court of Isleham and Freckenham: Jurisidiction in Isleham and Freckenham, Suffolk.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/CAM/Isleham   (732 words)

  Isleham: Economic history | British History Online
The fens were used as common by the 13th century: in the 1240s the bishop of Rochester, Ely priory, and Parnel de Dunstanville, as lords of three large manors, agreed to share equally the profits from impounding excess cattle and horses taken there during the regular drifts conducted by their bailiffs.
Most of the land in Isleham belonged in the late 1840s to holdings worked from the village, which largely comprised farmland on the higher land in the south, though extending into the fen: ten holdings of over 100 a.
Isleham's main non-agricultural output in the 19th century, as probably earlier, derived from its soil and rock.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=18929   (5327 words)

 Roll of Honour - Cambridgeshire - Isleham
Son of Elijah and Eliza Brown, of Isleham, nr.
Son of Ann Cornwell, of The Grove, Isleham, Ely, Cambs., and the late William Cornwell; husband of Mercy M. Cornwell, of 21, Manchester St., Cambridge.
Son of Lewis and Susan E. Cornwell, of Isleham, Cambridgeshire; husband of Bertha Beatrice Cornwell, of Tilney-all-Saints, Norfolk.
www.roll-of-honour.com /Cambridgeshire/Isleham.html   (1954 words)

Local craftsmen have been called in to build the lofty clerestory and carve the tiebeams and hammerbeams of the wooden roof as a fitting memorial to his father and brothers and to Crystofer himself.
In Isleham, lovers of the church have bought copies, as have many descendants of the Peyton family in the United States, Australia and elsewhere.
Whether or not you have any family connection with Isleham or the Peyton family, this little head will always remind you of the work of just one of the scores of medieval craftsmen who lavished their skills on the building of England's parish churches and great cathedrals.
www.isleham-village.co.uk /angel.php   (805 words)

 New Page 6
The Manor of Isleham was given at an early period by Roesia De Dunstanville to the Family of Bridport, which was possessed of it in the reign of Edward III.
The Manor of Isleham was held in ancient times under the Earl of Arundel by the singular service, that whenever the Earl, in going to the Wars, should pass Haringesmere, in this Parish, the Tenant should meet him, and present him with a gammon of bacon on the point of a lance.
At Little Isleham, a depopulated Hamlet in this Parish, was a Free Chapel, dedicated to St Nicholas, of which there are now no remains, in the South Aisle of the Parish Church, is a Memorial for Christopher Green, Warden or Master of this Chapel, the Advowson of which was vested in the Peyton Family.
www.sohamroots.co.uk /history/isleham1851dir.htm   (1110 words)

 St Andrew's Church, Isleham, Cambridgeshire
We are looking to get the Isleham church choir going again.
Kate is the Associate Priest in the Three Rivers Group of Parishes; she lives in Fordham with her husband, Daniel, and their two young daughters.
Mike and Kate are assisted by the Revd Dr Peter Debenham, the Revd Nigel Cooper (Chaplain of Anglia Ruskin University), Canon Tim Elbourne (Diocesan Director of Education)and the Revd Christopher Goodwins (formerly priest-in-charge at Isleham, author of The Bible in Limerick Verse).
www.islehamchurch.org.uk   (414 words)

 Newmarket Town Youth U11 Reports
Isleham’s goal showed their capabilities when only two players beat four defenders and the keeper.
With a daunting second half facing them Isleham kept battling and putting Newmarket under pressure but the home side had an air of confidence about them showing through their play, not always aggressively attacking but patiently building up an attack.
Isleham found it difficult to penetrate the Newmarket midfield, their best effort of the half was a quick move down the left wing but the only option was to shoot from a tight angle into the side netting.
www.ntyfc.co.uk /u11reports.html   (2985 words)

 IUYFC - Club News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Isleham’s Youth Football club is delighted to announce the successful application for grant funding from Cambridgeshire ACRE / Local Network Fund.
Isleham United Youth FC is a Charter Standard Youth Football Club, providing sport and recreation in a safe environment for upwards of 120 children each week.
Mini-Soccer is growing fast and for such a small village as Isleham to have a team competing at each age group is an great achievement.
www.iuyfc.co.uk /news.php   (1136 words)

 Isleham - Family History, Genealogy, Surnames and Local History.
William Tilbrook born 1821 Isleham, Cambridgeshire to William Tilbrook and Peggy Bacon, married Mary born 1826 Ireland.
I'm interested in the MOORE family.There are a significant number of them in isleham on the IGI going back to early 1700's.Theres a martha moore who married benjamin DIVER in 1801.
William Tilbrook b Isleham 1821 is listed in 1881 census with Emily Tilbrook 4(grand-daughter)b Hong Kong(my great grandmother).I am unable to find who her parents are,or how she came to be born in Hong Kong.
www.curiousfox.com /history/cambridgeshire_8.html   (2108 words)

 BBC - Cambridgeshire - Junior Football - A home win for Rangers U13 Girls
Isleham United got off to a good start as they took an early lead from a defensive mistake by Rangers.
Isleham fought back, but were unable to get through the Rangers defence.
As the game progressed, it looked as though neither team were going to add to their tally, but Paige A emulated her younger sister (who scored earlier for the under 10's) and managed to force the ball home, after a scramble in the Isleham goal mouth.
www.bbc.co.uk /cambridgeshire/content/articles/2005/10/17/jnrft05_stives_isleham_u13_girls_151005_feature.shtml   (364 words)

 Bar Hill Bulldogs 2006/7
We were one nil up at half time but it was never going to be enough.
We had played down hill and down wind and needed to perform well in the second half to hold it together.
A few nervous moments but nothing especially to worry about until Isleham sneaked a goal to level the scores with 15 minutes to go.
www.barhillbulldogs.org.uk /reviews/isleham.html   (157 words)

 Self-catering cottage in Isleham with walking, fishing, beach/lake nearby, balcony/terrace, rural retreat, TV, DVD
Isleham holiday cottage accommodation with walking, fishing, beach/lake nearby, balcony/terrace, rural retreat, TV, DVD
Take the turn to Fordham.At Fordham take the first sign for Isleham on the right.
You will come to a crossroads (next to a church) where there is no further sign for Isleham.Go straight over here and continue to village.
www.holidaylettings.co.uk /rentals/isleham/16232   (796 words)

 Cambridgeshire, EnglandGenWeb Project - Ancestors - THomas MOORE of Isleham
Much of the current knowledge of this eighteenth century worthy of Isleham, Cambridgeshire is derived from his Will, which was made in October 1796 and proved in November 1799.
The Isleham, Cambridgeshire, Burial Register shows that Alice Palmer (who was born Alice Moore), married firstly Francis Norman, and secondly Robert Palmer, and was aged 63 when she died.
The marriage of Francis Norman and Alice Moore, 'both of this parish', was solemnised at St. Andrew's Church, Isleham, Cambridgeshire, on the 16th of February 1775, and witnessed by John Norman and J. Sharpe, junior.
www.rootsweb.com /~engcam/MooreThomas.htm   (697 words)

 1703: Riverside Lodge. ISLEHAM. East Anglia. Self-catering cottage holiday.
The rural village of Isleham lies in the south east corner of Cambridgeshire, close to the towns of Newmarket and Ely.
Free fishing is available all year round on the River Lark, and with the lovely towns of Newmarket and Ely within easy driving distance, this is a great base from which to explore this lovely part of Cambridgeshire.
Idyllically located, the property benefits from free, all year round fishing from its own mooring and has been renovated to a very high standard throughout, with a comfortable, open plan living area and a delightful river-fronted garden with decked area, perfect for dining al fresco.
www.sykescottages.co.uk /cottages/1703.php   (581 words)

 Isleham 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Isleham village hall, meeting at the Comrades club on the Friday night.
Follow it round until you come to a crossroads with a church on the left hand side.
The playing fields are on the left as you enter the village.
www.netcomuk.co.uk /~kpollock/das/isleham.html   (381 words)

 Isleham, Cambridgeshire, England web design & development firms on The Firm List UK
Isleham, Cambridgeshire, England web design & development firms on The Firm List UK The Firm List UK > England >; Cambridgeshire >; Isleham
This list of web design firms located in Isleham, England is not a complete list, rather it is just the firms that have either been submitted or found by the editor.
Caldecote, Cambridge, Colne, Ely, Impington, Isleham, Shepreth, Stapleford, Westwick & Willingham.
uk.firmlist.com /england/cambridgeshire/isleham.phtml   (212 words)

 Cambridgeshire Churches
Going further back, there are the monastic churches, whose monasteries were dissolved in the 16th century and which either disappeared or were converted into private houses (Denny Abbey is a good example).
None of them have been disused for quite as long, however, as the church of the old priory at Isleham.
This was established in the 11th century, shortly after the Norman conquest, as the daughter house of the Abbey of St Jacut sur Mer in Britanny, and always remained an alien priory.
www.druidic.org /camchurch/churches/islehampriory.htm   (338 words)

 Isleham Informer
Don’t ask how it was possible for us to forget about “The Isleham Society” and “The Under Five’s Association”.
All articles should be taken to or sent to Tony Ferrige at 9 Church Street (opposite the church), Isleham.
The most famous happening on the Lark was when Spurgeon, the famous evangelist, walked from Newmarket to Isleham Ferry and was baptised by the Reverend Cantlow in the river on 3
homepage.virgin.net /tony.ferrige/News.htm   (3231 words)

 700000 people connected with European Royalty
In 1996 advertisements were in the Norfolk newspapers for the sale of pamments referring to square blocks paving stones.
Isleham was the principal site for quarrying "Clunch," a soft building stone particularly suitable for carving.
This Clunch came from a site just south of Isleham known as "The Pits," mostly populated by quarrymen and their families.
www.e-familytree.net /f9361.htm   (723 words)

It is very surprising that this family reached Nelson AHEAD of Frederick Mathers/Mothers and his wife, who settled at 13 Nile Street about 1883 or 1884.
I would have thought that Frederick had done a runner from Rochdale after very early birth of their first child (however, they did stay in Spotland till after birth of their second child).
Will gives his age as 24 on 1851 at Isleham, and 34 on 1861 at Moulton, thus making him born about 1827.
homepage.ntlworld.com /geoff.matt/Mothers/f76.htm   (659 words)

 Flower Delivery Isleham | Florists Isleham | Send Flowers Isleham | Online Flower Shop
You can send a full range of premium quality flower bouquets to be delivered to Isleham.
Serenata Flowers is one of the leading Florists in the UK and delivers flowers daily to Isleham.
You can rest assure that your flower order to Isleham is treated with the utmost care by our professional florists.
www.serenataflowers.com /sendflowers/Isleham.htm   (420 words)

 Pooley, Bendall & Watson - Solicitors with offices in Ely and Isleham
Pooley, Bendall and Watson - Solicitors with offices in Ely and Isleham
Solicitors and Legal Advisors based in Ely and Isleham (near Newmarket) in Cambridgeshire.
Advice is provided on a wide range of issues, please click on the selections below for further detailed information.
www.pooleybendallwatson.co.uk   (66 words)

 Rising Sun, Isleham, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5RT - pub details # beerintheevening.com
Match of the Day Football Yearbook 2004/2005 - loads of information on the season just gone, including European leagues and competitions as well as the UK ones.
NB: Information about this pub is incomplete as it has not been visited by a member of the beerintheevening.com team and is not currently registered.
Griffin, Isleham (0.1 miles), Merry Monk, Isleham (0.3 miles), Golden Boar Inn, Freckenham (2.0 miles)
www.beerintheevening.com /pubs/s/20/20101/Rising_Sun/Isleham   (148 words)

 Isleham self-catering holiday cottages - Holiday rentals in Isleham, England - Book direct
Summary list of holiday cottages in Isleham - click photos for more details.
Beautiful detached Scandinavian lodge in Isleham marina (near Cambridge) which sleeps four.Every comfort considered.
Fishing from the garden and rowing boat on offer.Great walks and bird watching abound.
www.holidaylettings.co.uk /isleham   (85 words)

 Headstone of John Pamment & Susan Brown (Pamment) in Isleham, Cambridgeshire
Headstone of John Pamment & Susan Brown (Pamment) in Isleham, Cambridgeshire
Notes: Headstone of John Pamment & Susan Brown Pamment - found in graveyard in Isleham (separate from church) opposite the Lady Frances Peyton's Almhouses.
This site powered by The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding, Copyright © 2001-2006, created by Darrin Lythgoe, Sandy, Utah.
www.pammentfamily.com /showheadstone.php?ID=4   (119 words)

 Arthy & Arthey family history
John Arthy, Head, occupation-Rector of Caistor St. Edmunds, age 57, born Isleham, Cambridgeshire.
Edward Arthy, Head, occupation-Member of the College of Surgeons and a Licentiate of the Apothecaries Hall + now a general practitioner, owner and occupier of 2 acres of land, age 54, born Isleham, Cambridgeshire.
John Arthy, Head, occupation-Clergyman-Rector of Caistor, age 70, born Isleham, Cambridgeshire.
www.earthy.net /Norfolk2_census.html   (153 words)

 Fenland Tour 2001 Page 19
There was a few floating pontoon dwellings and narrowboats up here, Frogmoore managed to wind before the weir, but Earnest just failed and got stuck across what was actually quite a fast flowing current.
After Isleham Lock, Frogmoore and Earnest also went into Isleham Marina Village, the amazing “A” frame housing development, amid a myriad of tiny channels.
Judes Ferry House pub and moorings to left, wind between the staging.
www.tuesdaynightclub.co.uk /Tour_01/fen19.html   (859 words)

 Camb. Flora Part I: Silene conica
Near Isleham Plantation, 658.712, G Crompton & J Heap, 1981, [R].
Near Isleham Plantation, 658.712, G Crompton & EM Hyde, 1985, [R].
Edge of old gravel pits (on W. side of the road with S. otites on it) f.
www.mnlg.com /gc/species1/s/sil_con.html   (356 words)

 Isleham Horse & Pony Rescue Centre - Sanctuary for unwanted animals
Isleham Horse and Pony Rescue Centre - Sanctuary for unwanted animals
Welcome to the Isleham Horse and Pony Rescue Centre website.
www.islehamhorserescue.org.uk   (29 words)

 Isleham CE Primary School, Cambridgeshire, Ely
Teach at Isleham CE Primary School, register today.
Comments: Isleham CE Primary School, (Local education authority: Cambridgeshire) is a Primary School in Isleham, Ely.
Specific information about Isleham CE Primary School View Ofsted report
www.axcis.co.uk /29323.html   (155 words)

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