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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Economic history

    Aldwick was still divided into strips a nd described as a common field. 65 Large pieces of waste at Bentley Heath and Kitts End amounted to some 300 a., 66 while land at the southern end of South Mimms village

    South Mimms Education

    Byng of Wrotham Park ; a school at South Mimms and Potters Bar contained 100 children; a school at Bentley Heath accommodated 30; and another at Barnet and Hadley contained 40. 76 In 1833 there were ten day schools, one

    South Mimms Local government

    South Mimms R.D. became Potters Bar U.D. and was divided into the Potters Bar ward and South Mimms and Bentley Heath ward, returning six and three members respectively. In 1953 there were three wards, returning fifteen members, and by 1959

    South Mimms Introduction SOUTH MIMMS IN 1842

    the modern Bridgefoot House has replaced the 18thcentury residence. Farther south-east in Bentley Heath Lane and near Elm Farm is the 17th-century house belonging to Bentley Heath Farm, of brown brick and with a stuccoed doorcase. There are two 18th-century

    South Mimms Churches

    after 2,500 guineas had been left in trust to the church by Leopold Taylor . 81 TRINITY CHAPEL at Bentley Heath was designed by S. S. Teulon 82 and erected by George Byng , earl of Strafford (d. 1886), in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, October 1668, 01 October 1668-31 October 1668

    who was robbed twelve months since between Coventry and Lichfield to a considerable value, has been robbed again upon Bentley Heath by 7 or 8 men, who cut all his packs, and carried away gold, plate, and other commodities to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    red .lines.-A handsome reward will be given f or restocatlon and eonvio L tiou. . e .T GOiT, from Bentley Heath, so tihe lt. Otober, a Scoteh-horned B1S heep.-Address. Jehno Weles, Umber51ade, Birmingham. 33 . T OST, Friday. email white Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    black mark flown his back about 12 bandv,-Auyone retorning it te Alexander Harper will be re- warded.sil OST, from Bentley Heath, a Scotch horned E- e.-ddeA Jo L_ Wallace, Urmberslade. . 'O5L OST, Mondan hit, eome False Teeth-Anyoue bringng them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mastiff Dog, j, twelve mouths old; leather roller.-Apply, TIle House Farm, IShirley. c202l UOG.-Stoldn er Strayed from Wiilney Cottage, Bentley Heath, DL.Knowie, Aucuat 4, small Iforleshire Terrier Dog; loisg silky tair, escnrot.ncja Anyone returning him will be rewareled;, or do. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on '~Saturday-before Mesas's, G. A. E~veritt, J. H. Kimbell, aland G. Beard-Frank Matthews and Harold Austin, youths living at Bentley Heath, were summoned for comnmitting-wilul dsaceage by pulling up a, number of ,,flowter-roote, the property of Emma Beach, of Bentley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from 20 to d.- ________. 57 Beaufort Roasd, Edgbiagtoo. 63913 A (quelt, young) Waoted.-Appl~y. by lotter ontly, H ur`ag~nid Bentley Heath, Enowle. C4322 9-IYO~L-82MAIT-D-WAITR3ISSLasindrymaljdScollerymald Wanted. - .L.I--Apply, stating wages and reference, Mrs Alleop, Cors-y-gedol Howl. BarTmosth--- _ 462Z 1LOUSEMAID about Subscribers-only content

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