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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Churches

    of Claysmore formed a 'Protestant Association' to combat alleged popish practices in the new church of St. John , Clay Hill ; accusations were later also levelled against the services in Enfield parish church. 59 William Maclagan ( 1826-1910 ),

    Enfield Introduction

    of pebble gravel running along the northern part of the Ridgeway ; there are patches of pebble gravel at Clay Hill and near Potters Bar and Monken Hadley , while the southern end of the Ridgeway runs through glacial gravel

    Enfield Charities for the poor

    the poor. A house and close at Clay Hill were purchased and in 1806 the charity was allotted 1 a. out of the former Chase . In 1829 the premises at Clay Hill were exchanged for a building used as

    Enfield Public services

    Lodge hospital. It was united with the nearby Highlands hospital, Edmonton , in 1968 . 76 Bramley House , Clay Hill , was being used as a mental home in 1921 and was formally established by the county council as

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    at the corner of Clay Hill . 61 Pettins Ware, recorded in 1686 , 62 had been a name for the northern end of Baker Street at the junction of the road leading to Clay Hill . In 1719 Henry

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. th Rev. J. Wood, of Newton Hall, Cheshire, to arY, daughter of the late Jho hnugent, Seq. of Clay Hill, Epsom. On tile Oth inst. at St. Paucras, Captain Somersall, to Emonma, youngest 51hero Warm. Ponitfex, Esq. tIcnttsh Town- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and our siot less celebrated Tattenham Corner, were then unknown ; but the King's Head and the New Inn, Clay Hill and Mawse's Garden, were favourite names, fall of attractions to London apprentices, sighing to see their indentures at an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prudence and wisdom in effecting both. No sooner had he planned and executed his raid upon the Danes at Clay Hill, and brought them to terms of compromise, than he set about making his throne secure by every possible means Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Loot.tock H~omes, and T'ools, ofwich an inventory cast be y.sees, willlbe sold 4atprice tohbenamed~atvtllsSale. v. There is A Clay Hill, with Engine, Brick Blbeds and Kilns. - The Collery is most advantagoonsly altuo .d inua thicklygpopuated and great manufacturing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and whose body was found in thee a l Old Look, Cumborland Basin, on Friday. Richard Pickett, Wei e Clay Hill, St. George's, said that the deceased, who was 980 hisi son, hail been staying with him on a furlough, Subscribers-only content

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