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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Monken Hadley Manor and other estates

    Blue House , on the estate, in 1686 . 69 In 1714 John Walton 's widow Mary conveyed the estate, consisting of Ludgrove farm with 66 a. in Hadley and 26 a. in East Barnet ( Herts .), Blue House

    Lambourne Introduction

    leads to Chigwell Row , and also by the road running east to Knolls Hill in Stapleford Abbots. Near Blue House Farm the latter road is joined by Hook Lane , which runs north-east to Stapleford Abbots church. Three farm-houses

    Hampstead Belsize BELSIZE LEASES IN 1808

    south of the Avenue which was occupied in 1679 by Thomas Butler 55 and in 1714 was called the Blue House . 56 Another, leased with 16 a. to Benjamin Rutland , was probably the farmhouse at the south end

    Hornsey , including Highgate Highgate Highgate in 1873

    the Blue House to Sir Robert Payne in 1620 . Payne later acquired Arundel House and sold the Blue House to Henry Pierrepont , marquess of Dorchester (d. 1680), lord of Cantlowes manor during the Interregnum. The Blue House then

    Monken Hadley Introduction

    been turned into separate dwellings but the landscaped grounds survive. Apart from four isolated houses - Ludgrove , the Blue House , Folly Farm, and Capons House - on the edge of Enfield Chase , the eastern part of the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 CHELSEA College.

    Servants for the College; and their Wages. Disposition and Division of the Revenues. Disposition of the Rent of the Blue House . The Poor to be taken out of any other Parish or County, in case none be found capable

  • * British History Online *

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    Errata and addenda

    forces on Cardiff Heath is supposed to have an echo in the names Nant Waedlyd (Bloody Brook) and Rhyd Waedlyd (Bloody Ford) which still remain in that locality. The word Waedlyd is there, however, commonly pronounced "Watla." Blue House, Llanishen.

    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff District Order Books, 1780-1811

    from Blue House to the confines of Caerphilly, being out of the Country with his Regiment, Ordere d that his Appointment be rescinded." Wyndham Lewis of Cardiff, esq., is appointed Surveyor of the road from opposite Blue House to the

    Index, E

    Co. bonds). Stock, 68, 72, belonging to Queen Anne see Anne; belonging to Wm. III, see William. warehouses (the Blue House at St. Helens), 2. East India Company , New (charter dated 3 Sept. 1698), 167. Act for (the 2,000,000

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Coroner's inquest.-Times. A DisArPPOINTED BRIDn.-Martiea Amos, single woman, living as domestic servant to Mr. John Talbot, of the Blue House Farm, Chetwynd, was apprehended on Wodncesday last, at Lmokley Wood, near Hinstock, under the following circumstances :-It appears that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Federal attack on kialkehatchle was easily repulsed. Another body of Federal troops advanced on the Char- eaton Road, near Blue House, and opened with their artillery, but made no impressien on the Confederate limes. The Federals have crossed the river Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of uiue years' practical experience in all the bran. ches of the Wine and Spirit Trade.- B. G. 1,, Blue House, Grange load, Snuall Heath, Birmlighattt. c20D8 IV ASTiSD, a SITUATiON as Barmaid, in a first clas i otol or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broad Street. TIOR SALE, unuder coet, I00 doz. fin. Red and~llue QUARRIES, Lo vely good, 4d. doe. 1 ,000 Blue House Tiles for S0%.; tO doz. larg BlueoGutter Brick, Is. 6d. doz.-Orans, 1214, ioad Street, DL EPAVERS 600 plain 6in, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALE.1 undecr coot 300 doz. 6in. Red and Blue QUARRtr, S, Hal .12. very good, 4d. don. : i,000 Blue House Tiles, for 208."Oram,- 24Broad Street. J fhibsi Saddle back 4tin. COPIN, C0.Oas,14 rad o "Ul,' Street; and Manor Wharf, Subscribers-only content

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