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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    by 1820 , in Leyton High Street on the opposite side to Chapel Yard ; this does not appear to have been registered. The removal from Chapel Yard could have been occasioned by John Turner 's death about 1819, when

    Eynsham Protestant nonconformity

    people attended in the afternoon and 118 in the evening. 48 A new chapel was built in 1860 in Chapel Yard , off Newland Street ; 49 there were then 30 members and in 1863 an average congregation of 140.

    Parishes Drayton Beauchamp

    dedicated in honour of the Holy Trinity . In the 18th century the site of this chapel was called Chapel Yard . 106 In Drayton Beauchamp a rent of 1 d . was given towards the maintenance of a lamp

    Parishes Clent

    ), granted in 1253 to Roger Somery as lord of Clent , 46 was always held in St. Kenelm's Chapel Yard just within Romsley , 47 and was continued until the middle of the 19th century. 48 In the middle

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity

    was closed in 1921 , together with the attached Sunday school. The building was demolished in 1927 . 82 Chapel Yard , on the West side of the street, is the only surviving indication of its existence. A Congregational chapel

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, April 1718, 11-20, 11 April 1718-20 April 1718

    chapel yard may be repaired out of the revenues of the Hospital and that petitioners and their successors may have the benefit of any moneys arising henceforth by the Bell and Burial Ground in the said Chapel and Chapel Yard,

    Index of persons and Places, F

    and searcher, Stockton, 346. Fayreslee , Fayresley. See Fazeley. Fazeley (Fairesby, Faresly, Fayreslee, Fayresley), co. Stafford, 85, 95, 112; Chapel Yard, 112; Little Moore, 112. Feast , Felix, appeal of, 53. Feilding. See Fielding. Felkin [Feltrim ] , co. Dublin,

    Treasury Warrants, November 1718, 1-15, 01 November 1718-15 November 1718

    per an. towards the relief of the poor there, which is continued down to this time. The Chapel and Chapel Yard in the Savoy are much out of repair, and it appears by affidavit that the same have always been

    Warrants etc., April 1697, 16-20, 16 April 1697-20 April 1697

    the remainder of the said terms. (b) the water mill in Fayreslee [Fazeley ] Co. Stafford, lands called the Chapel Yard, tenement called the Little Moore; tenement called Codeholes in Bonehill Co. Stafford; tenement in the Lady Bridge Bank in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HATER OF CORRUPTION., lzirluisghaal, August 3rd, 1858. INTERFERENCE WITH GRAVES IN ST. MAR1lY'S CHAPEL YARD. To tMe EDrTOR of the DAILY POST. Sir,-Entering St. Mary's Chapel Yard from Whittall Street and taking the walk on the left hand, near to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has found out the way to save the Fopedom. Ile divulged the secret at a. meeting held in the Chapel Yard, at Killarney, on Wed- * nesday. "To return to the Congress," said Bishop Moriarty, " we have reason to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dismissed. "l*; C (r lsee i'cx.riON Po ET.-A lad named Tlhormas Caonelly, l rade aer uneebrad , living In Chapel Yard, was charged with s O114 Is. 6ot from the pocket of a married woman named Maria lihle, masidne in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning he was in company with Dateotive Peal in Jenuen's Bow, when they met the prlsoaero coming out of Chapel Yard. As soon as they saw the officers, Smith, who was carr~nig a bundle, threw ie down, and he and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the town and neighbourhood, and headed by the Birminghaam Star of Hope Band, started from the Congre. gational Chapel Yard, and perambulated the principal streets of the town. On arriving in the lrarkut Placai a halt was called, a Subscribers-only content

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