Authorized Form of NameHodgson; Christopher (fl 1834); Receiver General of the Archbishop's Estates and Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey
TypeOfEntityPerson
SurnameHodgson
ForenamesChristopher
Datesfl 1834
Code687
EpithetReceiver General of the Archbishop's Estates and Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey
DatesAndPlacesAppointed Steward 26 May 1834.
GenderMale
SourceReceiver General of the Archbishop's Estates:TF 27-30. Steward of the archbishop's liberties in Surrey: TB 16/111.

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MS 2201, f.99. Bond of Howley as Bishop of London, Christopher Hodgson, Reciever for the See of Canterbury, and Richard Smith, of Parliament Street, Westminster, to the Crown in £1,800 for the payment by the Bishop of London of £900 in four annual instalments for First Fruits.29 March 1814MSS/2184-2213/2201/9
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MS 1726 ff. 5-27Vouchers and accounts of Christopher Hodgson, nominee of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, and of the Bishop of London, for alterations and improvements to Lambeth Palace and Addington Mansion.1829-1831MSS/1726/5-27
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MS 1727 ff. 86-93Miscellaneous papers. [1747-1860]MSS/1727/86-93
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MS 1789 ff. 118-127v'Schedule of books and papers relating to property belonging to the See [of Canterbury], delivered to Mr. [Christopher] Hodgson by the R. Honble. 1828 MSS/1789/118-127v
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