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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Introduction

    Hampstead Garden Suburb , lie within the ancient parish. It was bounded to the north and north-east by Elstree and Arkley ( Herts .) and Totteridge ( Herts ., later Barnet L.B.), to the east by Finchley , to the

    Parishes Totteridge

    the possessions of the Bishops of Ely , lords of the manor of Hatfield . It adjoins the parish of Arkley on the north, and on the south, east and west is surrounded by the neighbouring parishes of Middlesex .

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    Wodehouse , M. A., J.P. In Woolmers Park , to the east of the house, is a spring known as Arkley or Acherley Hole. The water surface is about 70 ft. long and 40 ft. wide, and the depth is

    The Physique of Middlesex RELIEF

    these places the Bagshot Sands form the actual hill-capping, but at Stanmore , Elstree , Mill Hill , Totteridge , Arkley , and Cockfosters the Claygate Beds them selves form hill-cappings, in some cases succeeded by thin surface-gravels. Their presence

    Walthamstow Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    in an iron hall in South Grove (later Brunner) Road; a permanent mission and schoolroom were built in 1889 fronting Arkley and Markhouse Roads. 129 In 1882 Trinity also built a large Sunday school in West Avenue. 130 Under D.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rTaylor, -Huddersdeld.-T Lightfoot, Sunderland, shipbuilder. [Young, and Co, Sumderland. Seotch Sequeesrations.-A M'Alister, Paisley, maoufacturer-D Staulker Edinburgh, acoountant-D Robb, Dunfernmline, grocer-J Arkley, or Tweedle, or Tweedell, or Tweedale, Borrowstounness, baker. Friday, Janutry 27. flauslns'Iupl.-W. Roberts, Coventry, builder. [linsler and Son, Coventry. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he acknowledged he hicd mis- appropriated while under the influence of drink, nud said he was very sorry for it. Arkley refused to make an arrangement. Later the same niaht he saw the prisoner at Hopwood's public-house, and tien learnt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Saturday, a petition was presented on behalf of Messrs. Booth Brothers, coal merchants. The firm-Mrs. Jane Booth, widow, of Arkley, Barnet, and Eastwood, Nottingham, and Edwin Booth, of Lincoln Circus, The Park, Not- tingham-carried on business at King's Cross Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crawford, Newby; vier Gesehweseter, Eckhelf r Coiustantia, Gravill; Victoria. lper; S. Queen of Scotland, Cape. Amsterdam-Jensne Clemec. lie ,longe. Archangel-Diowson, Arkley; Champion, Vana han.- - Antavarp-Diana, Grass; Princess Victoria, Mlain. Aaleortr Maria, Kireger; Six sodskende, Clausen; Apollo, Sorenseii; RtJulius, Bolm. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sundswall- Rcnigsberg, Nielson. Cronstadt-Dygden, Schulran; Ztplsyr, Watson; BessayDryslen. Baiker; bianl, S Rloh; Aurora, bScelltz; Achilles,1Velt; Richard and Ann, Brown; Burlington, Arkley; Vansittart, Oats; Ajax, Chater; Is larmonia, l;reckman; Tanjore. Shimells; Sylph, Walsbam; ;e Adolphsi, Hodgson; Joln Gibson, Brier; Gem, Chew; Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TEST.CP.1728/6

    will and testament of William Rodwell, deceased, late of Levels in the parish of Thorne Participant: CharlesClapham [Clapham] Role: prosecution proctor Details: male Participant: ThomasRodwell [Rodwell] Role: defendant Details: male; Clerk Location: Arksey (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Arksey (Arkley) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1557

    with lands there and in Woodhall, Whitley, Fullom, Credlingstubbes, Waldyngstubbes, Little Smeton, Stapleton, Carlton, Norton, Campsall, Cusworth, Newton, Bentley, and Arkley. John Mertyn, junr. William Chamberleyne and Elizabeth his wife, and Leonard Chamberleyne Messuage with lands in Poklyngton. Gilbert Warter

    Index of places

    Arkendall , 277. Arkenden , 223, 292. Arkesey , 3, 19, 89, 107, 109, 124, 136, 140, 163, 180, 374. Arkley , 209. Arksey , 51, 56, 70, 159, 248, 366, 375. Arkylgarthedale , 324, 341. Ark yllgarthedale , 324.

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