Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
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Hatcham? found Hatch End [Harrow], Hatch Fold, Hatch Common, Hatch Barn and Hatch Plain[Wrotham]. All a good nags ride away. co of http://www.motco.com/map/81001
Senhor Água maybe in Surrey…From Pauline’s background on Thomas Pepys…
“Pepy’s cousin; variously referred to as ‘cousin’, ‘the Executor’ and ‘Hatcham Pepys’…whence in 1663 he moved to Hatcham, Surrey.”
I deem it to be closer because of the Nag ride and time of day, and there be some Churches that have adopted the name in the Blackheath area along with the olde school Haberdasher's Aske Hatcham.Haberdaschers' Aske's Hatcham College.http://www.hahc.org.uk/newsletter/pl38/pl38-wpg...Newcross has three churches with Hatcham as an attachment,
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