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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Winchfield

    , to Hartley Row ; it consists of a few cottages, Hurst Farm and the ' Barley Mow ,' with the Old Barley Mow Farm on the opposite side of the bridge over the Basingstoke Canal . The church, rectory,

    Stapenhill Economic history

    manufactory in Stanton Road , in existence by 1900 , was run in 1904 by the licensee of the Barley Mow in Main Street. In 1912 it was owned by the Burton and District licensed victuallers' association, which moved the

    Histon Introduction Histon and Impington 1801

    , 85 and the Boot , so called by 1765 . They were joined in the 1770s by the Barley Mow , 86 and after 1830 by half a dozen more public houses and beershops. Among the survivors in the

    Chiswick Economic history

    Lane , known as the Devonshire works, was used for light engineering in the 1960s by Evershed & Vignoles of Acton Lane . From 1971 it stood empty until restored by the Cornhill Insurance Co. as the Barley Mow

    Stapenhill Introduction

    water supply and sewerage system. 3 SOCIAL LIFE Societies and Social Clubs A friendly society which met at the Barley Mow in Main Street was registered in 1854 . Lodges of Oddfellows were established in 1866 ( Manchester Unity )

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the qtsestion to be finally settled. At three o'clock on Friday afternono the Coroner held an inrjtlest at tie Barley Mow, when the fslistwing testimony was addured - Ir.- Watkine, who was an inmate at No. 2T, stated that a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when he drop- ped down and expired instantly. Verdict-Died by the Visitation of God.-Another inquest was held at the Barley Mow, Mount- street, Grosvenor-sqnare, on the body of John Abehurch. The deceased was coachman to the Dowager Lady Amherst, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a respeetable family from India. About half-past five on Thursday morning, a dreadful fire broke out in the Barley Mow public-bouse, near Exeter Change, which threatened the most disastrous consequences to the neighbourhood, from its being the narrowest part Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was held at the Barley Mow public-house, Mount-street, Grosvenor-square, concerning the death of Barton Greenwood, Esq. solicitor, aged 50. On Friday, the 3d inst., the deceased was seen wan- dering about Hyde Park in a melancholy manner: his conduct attracted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - . - I An inquest was held on Monday, at the Barley Mow, Mount Street, on the body of James Hill, whose case excited great alarm, as he was re- ported to haVe died of the ChOlea ilnOrbusd e Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Mecklenburgh Lodge

    Ann's, London 1763 The Cock, New Street, St. James's, Westminster, London 1767 Red Lion, Hyde Park Corner, London 1770 Barley Mow, Piccadilly, London 1777 Bricklayers' Arms, High Street, Croydon, Surrey 1784 White Lion Inn, [ ], Croydon, Surrey 1786 Green

 

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