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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few days ago for £14. on a van belonging to the Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society, at their farm at Abbey Wood. The broker wanted to remove the van for "convenience of sale," but a lock and chain were placed on Subscribers-only content

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    1;th, when sis body was discovered by two females, lying at the base of the Cuckoo Rock, inr the Abbey Wood, near the Towers' gardens. He was found on his face, with the skirts-of his coat turned up over his Subscribers-only content

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    and at four o'clock on the following morning was fomed, deadon the down line of rails between Plumstend and Abbey Wood, the goods train having passed over him. -:I% is believed that the deceased lost his way and wandered to Subscribers-only content

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    some hay-stacks which were - in a -field, through which passes a much frequented footpath leading from Plumatead to Abbey Wood. Por some time past Mr. Gelding, bailiff to Dir. Russell, oflPuumstead, owner of the stacks, has been in the Subscribers-only content

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    In, te. windows-BA shopX is eoncerned, but the damage done -in any other way. ' inconsiderable. o at 'PIumstead, Abbey Wood; and Woolwlck, the'more exposed ,portions 02-which have sustained'mnch damage by break- age of windows, but very little beyond that. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    A. Abbey Wood , co. Bedford Abbot , Geo., Archbishop of Canterbury commission to, and others brief extracts from his register letters of letters to yeomen of his house Sir Maurice letters of letter to Abbotts , Edwd. Abchurch Lane Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    the manors of East and West Deeping, co. Lincoln, granted on surrender of a lease of Park Wood and Abbey Wood, co. Bedford. Jan. 27. Warrant to pay to Walter Brisco, Marshal of the Ceremonies, 306 l . 5 s Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Modes of burial: which is right?, 1890

    given to the Board of Trade to purchase and close the existing cemeteries and provide one large cemetery at Abbey Wood . These proposals were never carried out. The Bramp¬ ton cemetery was indeed purchased but con¬ tinued to be Subscribers-only content

    List of all stations on the railways of Great Britain, alphabetically arranged, 1851

    RAILWAY . Abbey Holme Maryport and Carlisle . Abbey Wood (for the C fays) South Eastern , North Kent . Aber Chester and Holyhead . Aberaman Taff Vale and Aberdarc. Aberdare Taff Vale and Aberdarc. Aberdare Junction Taff Vale and Subscribers-only content

    Modes of burial: which is right?, 1890

    given to the Board of Trade to purchase and close the existing cemeteries and provide one large cemetery at Abbey Wood . These proposals were never carried out. The Bramp¬ ton cemetery was indeed purchased but con¬ tinued to be Subscribers-only content

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