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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Great Stanmore Introduction GREAT STANMORE , LITTLE STANMORE AND EDGWARE c. 1835

    district in 1971 . The parish was delimited by few natural features or roads. 7 Its northern boundary crossed Bushey Heath , where the limits of the manors of Great Stanmore and Bushey were surveyed in 1595 , and became

    Little Stanmore Introduction

    church and its very few near-by buildings from the houses along Watling Street . 5 The northern boundary, across Bushey Heath , followed that of the county. 6 The eastern boundary was formed by Watling Street , which ran south-west

    Harrow , including Pinner The growth of the hamlets HARROW-on-the- HILL c 1960

    (M.R.O., Acc. 643, 2nd deposit, Messeder map B) as 'Upper end of Weald Common (erroneously called Bushey Heath )', but consistently called Bushey Heath in 18 th-cent. documents. See p. 232. At the SE. corner of the common. A large

    The Physique of Middlesex RELIEF

    highest points in the county lie along its northern border: Oxhey Hill (438 ft.), Harrow Weald Common (475 ft.), Bushey Heath (504 ft.), Deacons Hill , Edgware (478 ft.), and Highwood Hill (443 ft.). Further south Harrow Hill reaches 408

    Finchley Economic history

    1635 . 19 By 1654 it was held by Edward Crane (d. 1663), who also owned a windmill at Bushey Heath in Harrow . The mill was held by Crane's widow Eleanor and, after her death, probably in 1676 ,

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 64, 22 June 1832, 22 June 1832-22 June 1832

    George the Fourth, for more effectually repairing and improving the Road from the South End of Sparrows Herne on Bushey Heath , through the Market Towns of Watford, Berkhamsted Saint Peter and Tring , in the County of Hertford ,

    Preface

    Newport Street, Westminster, and Crown Court, Shoreditch, and at Hampstead, Enfield, Hackney, Uxbridge, Ealing, Edmonton, Stoke Newington, Harmondsworth, and Bushey Heath. A considerable amount of the time of the County Bench was occupied in matters connected with provision for the

    General Index, B, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    John, 293 -, Margery, 316, 326 -, Richard, 18, 326 Bushell , Richard, 343 Bushey , co. Hertford, 315 Bushey Heath , 25 Bushopp , see Bishop. Bussex , Simon, 61 Butcher , Elizabeth, xiv, 245, 300 -, John, 24

    Sessions Books, 1709

    of recognizances (pp. 82, 83) Miscellaneous memoranda [ almost illegible ] . That the house of Nicholas Fletcher, on Bushey Heath, in the parish of Harrow-on-t he-Hill, is designed a place for protestant dissenters' religious worship. A new house lately

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    -, Assizes in, 219 -, Barnet in, 230, 248 -, Barnet, East, in, 220 -, Bushey in, 315 -, Bushey Heath in, 25 -, Cheshunt in, 160, 161 -, Gaol of, 219 -, Hatfield in, 318, 350 -, Hoddesdon, in,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer. C. DAVIS, the younger; Lambeth, huteher. C. BADDF'LEY, St. Luke's, engtneer. W. DALLIBAR, St. Luke's, wvhitesinitlh. W. SlDWELL, Bushey Heath, hay dealer. S. CHAPMAN, Costock, surgeon. J. POYSER, Wirkswuorth, a.ctioneer. S. V CUBIEY, Newark-on-Trent, painter. J. G. LOVELL, Bristol, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    naimae* i vairess oJ the rr*. 0 lie P~r~s ~t- ime £5,s sisiffr r-Lei BIRTHS. aoxtegs.- nthel1thinst., at klaverstock, Bushey Heath, Hetr fordsihire, tho wife of William A. Holmes. of a daighterr. Jo~Ns.-u tbe Itk inst., at i9, hoboho HIl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rs Hepple and Proud. Bishop Auckland; and Story, Newcastie-uposn- t . Tyne.-O rial assiguee, Baker. t M'NAUGHT tloblrt, of Bushey Heath, linen draper, to our. July16, S at 2, and Aug. 14. at 1.-Sol. Lindus. South-square, Grays-Inn.-P :e Official asignee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0. Duvall, Crooby-row. Walworth-road, and Queen'o-buildingo,A -J Knightsbridge, provision merchant. 5T.F Nash, jun., isouthwark, brush maker. -215 R. M'Naught, Bushey Heath, linen draper.C 15 H. Carter, Worthing, tailor. - 1 5 J. Sexby, Vauxthall-walk, builder. 5 IISndhm Carr Mill, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ueiatre. Coopr bliss A. )A. Swineshead, Leicester, Airedale bchool, Steatham Common, Sydenhane Sutcliffe Miss A., Estraoor, Lkley, Caldeuote Towers, Bushey Heath, Watford CenLre. Crowe Miss E. h., 14, Lee-street. Lonth, UraluUns Content, Upton, West Cain Ccntre. In the list ot Subscribers-only content

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