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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Cambridge Crosses

    crosse', to the south-west of the high cross, may have been the remains of the market cross of the Castle End . There was also Barton Cross , at the end of Clint Way , marking the boundary of Cambridge

    The city of Cambridge Medieval chapels

    town accounts after 1522. 36 A deed of 1607 refers to a chapel of ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM in Castle End , standing back from the Huntingdon Road , 192 feet beyond the castle. 37 Nothing more is known of

    The city of Cambridge Schools

    1813 it was united to the National Society. 4 It later came to be called St. Peter's school , Castle End . In 1813 its managers entered into an arrangement with the governors of the Old Schools by which it

    The city of Cambridge Wards CAMBRIDGE IN 1958

    Ward , and 53 in Preachers' Ward. 59 The 18th-century descriptions say that Bridgeward extended from Jesus Lane to Castle End ; Preachers' Ward from Jesus Lane to St. Andrew's Street ; Highward from St. John's College to Trumpington Road

    Friaries Carmelites, Cambridge

    to be known for centuries as the Carmefield, 20 just as the shorter stay of the friars at the Castle End had already given the name 'le Karme' to their first settlement. A short delay seems to have occurred between

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Stoneleigh Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1027 Lodge Number (1863): 725 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Arms Hotel, Castle End, Kenilworth, Warwickshire 1858 Craven Arms Hotel, High Street, Coventry, Warwickshire 1887

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    William Halsey, at 14 l . 15 s . 10 d. per an . quit rent. 175 acres of Castle End, part of Errells Town and other lands, at 13 l . 8 s . 6 d. per an .;

    Index, C

    Barnard Castle. Castle Close see Exeter. Castle Connell , Lord, see Bourke, W. Castlecreagh (Clanwilliam barony, co. Tipperary), 549. Castle End (Shillelogher barony, co. Kilkenny), 564. Castlefinn (co. Donegal), ferry at, 1954. Castle Garden (Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny), 564. Castlegare

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the 1.Tcurtees tmder a Deed of Asolgemeull, the STOCK-IN-TRADE of inr 31. A. Sutton. Fancy Draper and Haberdasher, Castle End, R~ead- or. worjh. aceoretlug at cort or stock-book prices to £8416. lUs. 3d., or sea ther-Sabonte, which will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mile from Ktenilwortln Station ; aria oittieig room. acid one bed room. A permanent lodger lireferrod.-Msre. Riley, 1 - Castle End, Kenilwrorthe. c4O57 t. 113, AI='BTS (goodl. 919, Haisley bead i good aatendanice. &; A geed references can be gooen; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pin., 6d. Is. 66. tickets ccii he pirchasssd for sad'l rrIs. 66., from Mr. Swicin. High Street; Mii.s ItiChsTdas', Castle End, In .tenilworth; or of time FHon. Seer., uip to the evening of 28th, 11111 a 'ainu leaving Birmingham at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pee., Oil. 2a. 6d. tci~ckts core lee Isurchased for 11 Is. 6d,. flrom Mr. Swvain, tigir Stree-t; Miss Rlebarrls's, Castle End, NJ Kenilworth: or of the Hoef. Sees., tipl to the evening of 28th. 'Train leasing BlllemiuGhain At 2.10 pe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BARNETTS L. BOSANQUETS BANK y L ~ ~~~~(LIMITED). A 5171B-BRANCH of this Banik will he OFEIZED at KENI7L- WORTH (Castle End), On MONDAY NEXT August 11. HO)WARD) LLbYls, General Manager. Cotinore Row, Birmingham. let August, 1884._ _ _ 823 N Subscribers-only content

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