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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Religious history Non christian faiths

    not intended for Chelsea residents and served no local place of worship. 16 Hammersmith and West Kensington synagogue at Brook Green ( Hammersmith ) was the nearest synagogue after its opening, as a constituent of the United Synagogue , in

    Parishes Brook

    There is a coastguard station and a station of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution on Brook Green . Hulverstone and part of Brook Green were transferred from Shalfleet parish to Brook in 1889 . 3 There is a National school

    Twickenham Roman catholicism

    Training College, for which purpose it had been purchased in 1925 . 67 The college had hitherto been at Brook Green , Hammersmith , and had been conducted since 1899 by the Vincentians, who continue to manage it at Strawberry

    Chiswick Roman catholicism

    , who had a chapel there in 1791 . 59 From 1799 local children were taken for baptism to Brook Green , Hammersmith , from where Chiswick continued to be served until 1848. 60 An influx of Irish labourers, many

    Parishes Freshwater

    from the civil parish of Freshwater . In 1714 David Urry by will devised his messuage and lands at Brook Green , the rents to be used for instructing sixteen children. The trust property now consists of 1 rood of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    called Welcome Hfome. The Magistrates are about to hiaqlire isto the rigid of halding lBoc li' Those at dFrinaoton, Brook Green, and Lanabeth, are qlsite dobae rl9 with : Cantberwell, a few years ago, throtaglh the sante interferetic-' " il Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wife of Sir Herbert Jenner, Knight, His Majesty's Advocate-General, in the 45th year of her age. Mr John Scoles, Brook Green, Hamnmersmith, aged 34. On the 29th ult. at his house, Whitehall place, James Cuff, of Deal Castle, Esq. M.P. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fenton, High Holborn, china-dealer. [Spyer, Broad-st.-buildingC' rh~ t G. Phillips, Biishopsgate-st. ironmonger. [0shaldeston & Murray, LenchlC \V . Brind, Brook Green, Hammersmi i., bill-brolker. [lig-gs, Bedlord-rsv- IR. Taylor,Jun. Liverpool, bookseller. [Taylor, King-st. Cheap>dle. J. Stewart, Blackman-st. Borough, hat-manufactusrcr. [Lane nld Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hon. Mrs F. Hobart, of a daughter. MARRIAGtES.-On the l2th, at the Church of the Most Holy Trinity, Brook Green, by the Right Rev. Dr Morris, Bishop of Troy Edwin, only son of WVilliam S. Burton, Esq., of South Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is here, and so the s ; is Lituraoff. They say that the neighbourhood loca of of Hammesarmith asid Brook Green is filled with Nihilists the Cu- of every degree, and that it is being scvI? watche~d by the sUp, Subscribers-only content

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