Lee [120505]

25 November 1309: Jura intr Ric’m Randolf vicar’ eccl’ie de Aldelime. quer’ & Katrina’ de Audeleg’ de pl’ito deb’i. ponitr in respcm vsq’ ad px’m Com’. p def’cu Jur’ qa n’lls &c’. I’o vic’ h’eat corpa. &c’. Et prtr illos. tot & tales.

.m’ia.viijs’ Adam de Crosselegh’ +ij.s’+, Will’us Medicus de Briddesmer’ +ij.s’+, Rob’us del Lee +xij.d’+, Rogrus Wodenot +xij.d’+ & Will’us Wodenot +xij.d’+ qa non vener’ in inquis’ intr Ric’m Randolf vicar’ ecc’ie de Aldelyme & Katrinam de Audelegh’ de pl’o deb’i in m’ia.

26 May 1503: At Westminster the morrow of Ascension 18 Henry VII [26 May 1503] before William Danuers, John Vauasour, and John Fyssher  justices, adjourned to octaves of Trinity 18 Henry VII [18 June 1503]: Giles Daubeney of Daubeney knight, Thomas Frowyk knight, John Mordaunt gentilman, Robert Brudnell, John Cheyne, Thomas Langston and Thomas Pygott, plaintiffs v. John Lee and Katherine his wife, deforciants of the manor of Wakes, 2 messuages, 300 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture, 20 acres of woodland, 10 acres of furze and heath, 20s rent in Euersholt. Deforciants acknowledge the premises to belong to Thomas Langston, for which the plaintiffs grant the deforciants £100

7 March 1528: Ordinations at Lichfield cathedral: Deacons Secular: Edward Lee, by title of Dieulacres monastery

6 June 1528: Ordinations at Lichfield by William bishop of Panados: Priests Secular: Edward Lee, by title of Dieulacres monastery.

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Cheltenham Polling District: Township of Bishop’s Cleeve: Abode: Bishop’s Cleeve: William Lee. Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Temple Street, Birmingham: William Lee.

27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of property in the parish of St John the Baptist: George Lee for a house in Northgate Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Michael: William Lee of Whitfield, for houses in Bedford Street and Whitfield Street. Occupiers of property in the parish of St Nicholas: Samuel Lee, for a house in Island; William Lee, for a house in Island.

7 April 1879: Deserters from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of Alfred Lee, [Reg. No:] 1444, 49th Foot; [born:] Warwick; [trade] labourer; [age] 24½; [size:] 5[ft] 5[in]; [hair:] dark brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 28 February 1879 [at] Sheffield; [marks & remarks:] mole on left buttock;

George Lee, [Reg. No:] 1319, 11th Foot; [born:] Brighton; [trade] labourer; [age] 32½; [size:] 5[ft] 10½[in]; [hair:] light brown; [eyes:] hazel; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] regimental; [date of desertion:] 25 March 1879 [at] Weedon; [marks & remarks: blank];

Deserter from the Lancashire Militia —  absent from training: James Lee, [Reg. No:] 2626, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] striker; [age] 25; [size:] 5[ft] 5½[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] dark; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] scar centre of forehead

25 March 1880: County court judgment against William Lee, 56 Glover Road, Sheffield, builder

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Mary Lee, 15 New Market Street, Hereford, dressmaker, in favour of Solomon Blaiberg; and a bill of sale by Thomas Lee, Pusill’s Houses, Liverpool Road, Sankey Bridges, Lancashire, waterman, in favour of John Mainwaring; and a bill of sale by Joshua Lee, 22 Glenarm Road, Clapton Park, victualler, in favour of William M. Stapleton; and a bill of sale by George Vaughan, 91a Cardiff Road, Aberdare, Glamorgan, ironmonger, in favour of William K. Lee

29 January 1904: List of Subscribers to a presentation to be made to H.R.H. Princess Alice of Albany on the occasion of her forthcoming marriage to Prince Alexander of Teck: The Reverend A. Lee

‘The Annual Meeting of the Windsor and Eton Royal Albert Institute was held in the large hall on Monday evening [25 January 1904], when there were present: Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill (the president), in the chair, Lady Edward Spencer-Churchill and a number of other ladies, the Dean of Windsor (Dr Eliot), the Vicar of Windsor (Rev. J. H. Ellison), Rev. S. K. Tahourdin, Rev. Albert Lee, Sir Evan Nepean, Messrs T. Clarke (hon. sec.), E. H. Freaker (hon. finance secretary), E. H. Lewis (secretary), W. Fairbank, C. F. Dyson, J. W. Gooch, A. H. Cowley, G. P. Cartland, Purser, H. L. Collmann, A. Bond, E. Bampfylde, R. Wood, R. Ingalton Drake, E. Rowland, A. G. Seymour, T. J. Cartland, D. Cooper, F. Sanders, Goertz, Hayward, Akery, Kempton, R. Brodie, Hester, Holderness (3), R. G. Knight, E. Fuggle, G. Miles, Chadwell, Stilliard, Harrison, Aldridge, Clapshaw, Stilliard, Harrison, Aldridge, Clapshaw, J. E. Gale, Moses, Baker, Stoneham, Brodie, jun., W. Bressey, A. H. Dyson, E. K. Willett, Chapman, Atkins, etc.’ … ‘Eighteen lectures were delivered during the past year, all of which were gratuitous. Those by the Rev. A. T. C. Cowie, Mr H. Snowdon Ward, Rev. C. N. Nagel, Mr A. A. Somerville, Rev. W. Spiers, Mr J. G. Everett, Mr D. S. Holderness, Mr T. Dunhill, Canon W. Page Roberts, and Mr G. Parratt were given in the spring, and those by Bishop Barry, Rev. J. H. Ellison, Rev. Albert Lee, Mr H. F. Traylen, Mr Frank Stevens, Mr Hugh de Havilland, Rev. S. A. Donaldson, and Canon Clement Smith, were delivered in the autumn season. Your best thanks are due to these gentlemen for their valuable services. The management of the entertainments was undertaken by the Rev. S. K. Tahourdin and Mr W. Fairbank, Mr A. H. Cowley and Mr W. B. Kempton. Your hearty thanks are due to these gentlemen for the great trouble they have taken in providing this recreation, and to the friends who so kindly assisted, thereby adding a substantial sum to the funds.’ … ‘There has been a change in regard to the relationship of the Institute classes with the Berks County Council. Until the present session began they were held in connection with the Town Council’s Technical Education Committee, on which the Royal Albert Institute had no representation. But the Berks County Council arranged for the formation of a Joint Committee for secondary education in Windsor, four members of which should be appointed by the Town Council, and three by the Committee of the Institute. The gentlemen selected by the Institute Committee to represent them on the Joint Committee were the Rev. Albert Lee, Dr Fairbank and Mr R. Wood.’ … ‘Windsor and Eton Scientific Society. – The past year, under the Rev. A. Lee’s presidency, has been very successful. Some excellent lectures have been given on quite up-to-date subjects. The annual excursion was well attended. The Rev. W. Gilbert Edwards, of Great Hazeley, having kindly undertaken to escort the members of the Society through the museum, libraries, and many of the noted buildings of Oxford.’

‘Museum – The only matter we have to report with regard to this part of the Institute work is the removal of the arms and trophies to the vestibule, and the retirement of the Rev. Albert Lee from the position of hon. curator after a service of ten years. Mr J. W. Gooch has undertaken the office. The committee accorded the Rev. A. Lee a hearty vote of thanks for his services in this direction.’

31 December 1906: Postcard to Mr & Mrs C. Bass, 11 Upper Brook Street, Rugeley: ‘This is to wish you both a very Happy & Prosperous New Year & to tell you Mrs Lee is again much better   I saw her on Friday & she was going to have her dinner & a Mince Pie  Dr. is Puzzled with her   He said she would not see The New Year   Love from both ….. & B’

c1910: Postcard to Miss Lee, Ivanhoe, 34 Nightingale Road, Southsea: ‘Shall look out for you at Fratton  are you coming down to meet me? Hugh’

25 September 1911: Postcard to Miss Lee, 6 Hufling Lane, Burnley: ‘Evensong 6 o’clock   We have just arrived after a long & tiring day. All well tho tired. Just going out to look round.   A. B. C.[?]’

31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Royal Hotel: Mr and Mrs W. Norman, Captain and Mrs J. Williams, Messrs Sharpe, Rose, Wills, Colmer, Ayshford, Hawke, A. Bedale, Mr and Mrs Seaman, Messrs A. H. Lee, Garres, Crocome, C. Anderson, C. H. Boyd, Passmore, C. Clark, Stancombe, Gouldsworthy, Martin, Pook, Burton, James, J. C. Turner, E. Turner, Eaves, Richardson, Lister and party, Youngman, Culverhouse, A. C. Falls, Manley, C. Russell, Thornhill.

June 1917: Advertisement: ‘Ernest Lee, High-Class Baker and Confectioner, 126, Conran Street, Harpurhay. Home-made Bread a Speciality. Van Deliveries Daily.’

20 November 1918: Burial of Lucy Lee, aged 65 years

April 1920: ‘Ernest Lee, High-Class Baker and Confectioner, 126, Conran Street, Harpurhay. Home-made Bread a Speciality. Van Deliveries Daily.’

November 1923: Staff, Past and Present – ‘Miss Ethel Lee is now at Bridlington High School, but we are glad to read in the following contribution to the Magazine that she has not lost her love for Whalley Range. ‘Rambling Recollections. W.R.H.S. 1915-21. “What fun we had, in spite of war-bread and carrot puddings! Even the first experience of November fog had its funny side, for never before had we known pedestrians going along Clevedon Road giving warning of approach by the loud beating of a dinner-gong! Spring brought the discovery that London Road Station is the gateway to the High Peak, and who can describe the magic of the moors in those days? No keepers to warn you off! We stood above the ‘Downfall’; every inch of Lyme was ours by explorers’ rights; and proudly from Windgather Rocks we surveyed the deep chasm of the Goyt. What good fellows they were – Staff or girls – to ramble with, and what an appreciative audience would listen on Monday morning to the tale of our week-end exploits! Perhaps to other ‘old girls’, as well as to myself, there is a specially unforgettable ‘feel’ about certain of these early memories: Miss Allen playing Tchaikovsky to a hall full of keenly attentive girls; Miss Harriet Fletcher, in navy frock with gold braid, speaking on Trafalgar Day; a meeting of the Institute Français at the Midland with Mlle Tessier (now of the Théâtre du Vieux Colombier) in Les Romanesques; the Hallé rendering L’Après-Midi d’un Faune; Miss Grant at Norden explaining ‘drift valleys’; the ‘Harvest Festival’ presided over by Miss Field. Three cheers for W.R.!”

1 April 1931: Urban council elections: Arnold: candidates: C. W. Judge, S. Spencer, Edith H. Mountain, G. Bowley, S. Dove, G. Hartshorn, C. H. Saxton, J. Wardle, S. Hammond, T. Leivers, W. Clay, T. Sturton, S. Barnett, F. Needham, Sybil Fisher (elected). Not elected: R. L. Wright, A. E. Flowers, W. Askew, J. Hopkinson, F. Funge, T. Nix, F. Lee, J. Ball, A. S. Rigley, W. P. Henshaw, A. Jackson, A. Chisholm, Agnes Bartram, H. Harris, J. Clay, H. J. Cast, T. H. Leivers, H. Tinkler, H. J. Ironside, E. Fretter, E. Mapletoft, A. Casterton, C. E. Barlow, G. W. Bee, H. Lynham, W. Lester, E. Price, H. Miller, J. W. Taylor, W. Dobson, H. J. Payne, J. Stone.

23 November 1935: To celebrate the first anniversary of the Manor Road Mission Hall Boys’ Club, founded by the Reverend W. A. F. Lee, a birthday was held at the Manor Road Mission Hall on Saturday, 23 November 1935. … The catering arrangements were admirably carried out by Messrs Spary, and Mrs Wenman did splendid service by preparing the sandwiches beforehand. We are very grateful both to her and to Mrs Young, who made our birthday cake, and to Mrs Kenningham, who also made a cake – E. J. Young (Secretary)

January 1936: Assistant Clergy: The Reverend W. A. F. Lee, M.A., 11 Ashburnham Road (Tel: Luton 2354); The Reverend R. A. Wells, B.A., 21 Downs Road (Tel: Luton 2290);

Parochial Organizations: Boys’ Club – Manor Road Mission. Saturdays, 7.30 p.m. Leader, Rev. W. A. F. Lee

Scouts – 83rd Beds. St Mary’s, 4th Luton. Group Scoutmaster: Rev. W. A. F. Lee. Mondays, at 8 p.m., in St Mary’s Hall.

The Watch-night Service at 11.15 will be taken by the Reverend W. A. F. Lee

12 June 1951: D. J. Lee, bass, The Alexandra Choir

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Regis Theatres. Ipswich Hippodrome – Hart and Blair, Frank Lee, The Three Admirals, Chris Gill, Payne and Hilliard, Lew Luke’s “Roses of Piccadilly”, with Shaun Glenville and Co.

15 April 1953: County court judgments against Mr C. Lee, 303 Wood Lane, Dagenham; and against Mr W. G. Lee, Pannels Farm, White Colne; and against Mrs G. Lee, 15 Beechfield Avenue, Birstall; and against Gladys Gwendoline Lee, 107 Abbotts Road, Southall; and against Harold Lee and Rhona his wife, 34 Nottingham Road, Nuthall, Nottinghamshire

23 October 1955: C.M.S. Sunday: 8.0 a.m. Holy Communion. 10.30 a.m. Morning Prayer. Preacher: The Reverend D. M. Kendrick, vicar of St Clement’s, Bradford. 2.15 p.m. Children’s Service. The Reverend A. J. Lee of Malaya. 6.30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Holy Communion. Preacher: The Reverend H. H. Crossland, vicar of Buttershaw

6 June 1971: Coventry Speedway: Medical Officers: Dr Harry Kenyon and Dr Edward Lee

1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: T. R. Lee, 34 Grosvenor Street, Hartlepool

9 March 1975: Postcard to The Lees, 8 Middleton, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 2TH: ’29 iii 75   Just for the record, Sydney has had monsoon-type rains, flooding, heat and humidity, to match ….. and mosquitos galore! Right here I am saying farewell to the harbour, at Balmoral beach, with lots of sand, fishermen, & literally hundreds of sailing boats. Every few minutes a starters gun goes off for yet another race. There is bathing, but strictly within the confines of the shark nets. There are ants, mosquitos & flies. Any moment it is going to rain, but 5 minutes of sunshine ….. out again   Love M & D’

25 April 1979: ‘The Match Ball for this evening’s game has kindly been donated by Mr and Mrs D. Lee, Sandbach.’

c1990: Mrs Juliet Lee (father sir Geoffrey Wheeler; son Christopher James), 7 The Cottages, Beare Green, Dorking RH5 4PE

25 March 2009: Stewards signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Elizabeth Lee, Hilary Lee, Jane Lee