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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acton Introduction OUTER PARISHES OF THE KENSINGTON DIVISION

    Hammersmith was formed by the eastern branch of Stamford brook, and the south-western boundary, fr om Fordhook south-eastward to Acton Green , by Bollo brook. The southern boundary lay along the line of a Roman road, part of which remains

    Acton Churches

    's but the creation of separate parishes for South Acton in 1873 , East Acton in 1880 , and Acton Green in 1888 , followed by districts for West Acton in 1907 , Acton Vale in 1915 , and North

    Acton Protestant nonconformity

    Lane chapel housed community relations centre 1979 . Acton Green Wes. church originated in mtgs. in ho. in Antrobus Rd. before 1885. 77 Wes. Meth. sch. chapel, Steele Rd., Acton Green , reg. 1885. 78 Attendance 1903: 173 a.m.; 100

    Acton Local government Borough of Action

    and clothing was distributed yearly and half yearly to the aged. 46 A scheme of 1832 for part of Acton Green common to be cultivated by the poor was dropped when the bishop of London , after pressure from some

    Parishes Acton Beauchamp

    Leigh Brook , on which stands Acton corn-mill. 2 The parish lies on high ground. Between the church and Acton Green a height of 600 ft. is reached, and on the eastern boundary the land falls to 300 ft. The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North-Western Railway Cntnpany, on thb a 21st December, A Parcel of clothes to a Mr. Philli is, of c Acton Green, 1xiicdon~. ThO p3cel was Uot delivered Until r nfter tle beginning8 of Jttnuary, when the clothes wore use- altbs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25 BiddingtGD Gate. ta, LEDTVRT (at lli-±hls day November 24, The Pheasvt, ,h land MDonday, 27; Iennels; Wednesday, 29, Acton Green; sr day hecember 1 Canning Arms. cc, LUDLo (at iD.30).-Saturday, November 25, Stow dTuesday, 28, Cimington Manor; Friday December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iugl; Tursay,30,kemerton Quarries;I Corrsnesusfa~ 1)-hisday oveber25, Riddllngton. Han~oaeessSooro atiO.5).Tusday, November'28 Lrmnuns (at l11-Mondiiy, 1ovember 27, Kennels; Wednes. day, 29, Acton Green; Friday, December 1, Canning Arms. LUDLOw (at 10,30).-Thls day, November 25. Stow Hill; Tuesday, 28, Culmingtdn Manor: Friday December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hill; Friday, December 1, Rotherwas. n- L-rBuRy (at 11). ' This day, November 27, The Kennels! ir Wednesday, 29, Acton Green; Friday, December 1, Ounial Arms. LUDLOw (at 10.30).-Tqesday, November 28, CulOI ;ie Manor; Friday, December 1, Hopton Court. MEYNELL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hsyrnenop (at 10.46).-Wednesday November 29, Bruern; F Friday, December 1, Bourton Wood: haturday 2, Blenheim Lnuavan (at.11),-Wednesday, November 9, Acton Green; 9 Friday, December 1, Canning Arms. n LuDibW (at 10,30).-ThIs day, November 28, Culmington d Manor; Friday, December 1, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN LOVEJOY, JOHN GODDARD, Theft, 14/09/1785

    property of John Bedford , Esquire . WILLIAM LOCK sworn. I am footman to the prosecutor; he lives at Acton Green , I lived with him; on the 22d of July last my master lost seven ducks; I missed them

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