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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Classes of documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used

    Acc. 262 Stowe Collection Acc. 351 Allen-Cooper Estate and Family Papers Acc. 410 Banks Collection Acc. 1038 Records of Colney Hatch Asylum Acc. 1289 Records of Manor of Topsfield Hall, Hornsey Cal. Mdx. Rec. Calendar of Sessions Records, 1607-12 Cal.

    Friern Barnet Public services

    and Colney Hatch Gas Light and Coke Co . was incorporated in 1858 and was supplying Friern Barnet from a gas-works in Edmonton , adjoining Colney Hatch station, by 1866 . It was then reconstituted as the Colney Hatch Gas

    Friern Barnet Social and cultural activities

    at Friern Barnet and Colney Hatch in 1891 -2, 22 and when many labourers were temporarily employed in 1886 , a representative of the Navvy Mission Society ministered to them. 23 The proximity of Colney Hatch asylum was not welcome

    Friern Barnet Introduction FRIERN BARNET IN 1783 FRIERN BARNET

    towards Colney Hatch , 49 which by 1846 was linked by a track south of Bounds Green brook to Colney Hatch Lane . 50 At the northern end Coppetts Road met a route running westward from Colney Hatch shortly before

    Friern Barnet Other estates

    a lunatic asylum, 73 the site being chosen for its position and proximity to the railway. 74 Colney Hatch asylum ( Colney Hatch mental hospital in 1930 , Friern mental hospital in 1937 , and Friern hospital from 1959) was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o gymwys i'r lie a lanwai. Y mae papyr, yn cynwys ffrwyth deuddeng mlynedd o brofiad fel arolygydd gwallgofdy Colney Hatch, wedi ei ysgrifenu gan Dr. Sheppard, yn yr hwn y priodola wallgofrwydd 35 i 40 o Sob cant i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ian, cymerwyd y roban glia gan 2920, a'r ymrwymiad gan dros 4400,yn ychwanegol. Sicrha Dr. Edgar Shephard, o wallgofdy Colney Hatch, fod deugain y cant o wallgofrwydd Brydain Fawr yn cael ei achosi gan yddiod feddwol. Y Mae y Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was an action brought by a labouring man, residing in Hornsey Lane, against Mr. Morgan, a wealthy stock-broker, of Colney Hatch. Tihe plaintiff earned a livelihol)o by a horse and cart, and by taking care of oliter men's houses- and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF HEREFORD's.-Last week, a most dar- ing robbery was committed at the residence of the Bishop of Hereford, near Colney Hatch. T'e thieves effected an entrance through one of the back kitchen s indows, they packed up every thing portable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIE STANDARD LYRIC DRAMA. 11 Just Published (October tat) Part IV of the above Work, containe togSixty Paces more of Motart's charming Opera the "MARRIAGE ci Gao wholer of tb oc n cedasponiod Recllesstieeo, Sage Dirc tusiosellers and r Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Friern Barnet

    1s. Id. to the landtax: the proportion in the pound varies from 3s. to 3s. 6d. Colney Hatch . The hamlet of Colney Hatch, mentioned in a court-roll 22 Hen. VII. by the name of Colne Hatch, is in this

    James 1 - volume 147, June 17-30 1623, 17 June 1623-30 June 1623

    ] 6. [The Same ] to Lady Heyborne [of Tottenham ] , Sir Edw. Barkham, and Mr. Cratt [of Colney Hatch ] . The King is much inconvenienced in his hunting in Tottenham Woods by the want of convenient gates, Subscribers-only content


    church, whence leaving Highgate Hill on the left, it passed through Tallingdon-lane to Crouch-end, and thence through Hornsey-park to Colney Hatch, Friarn"Barne t, and Whetstone. This road was in the winter so deep and miry, that it was almost impassable;

    Entry Book, December 1687, 16-20, 16 December 1687-20 December 1687

    letters: paid ut supra . Birch, Receiver, milliner, Fleet Street: 3 69 letters: gone into Ireland. Brant, Receiver, victualler, Colney Hatch: 68 letters: gone, [none ] knows where. Hartley, Receiver, coffeeman in Salisbury Court: 379 letters: gone, none knows where.

    Index, B

    co. Norfolk, 840. -, Tho., sheriff of Norfolk, 707, 840, 1236. Branscombe (co. Devon), 2009. Brant , Mr., victualler, Colney Hatch, letter receiver for the Post Office, 1674. Branton , Mr., victualler, Putney, letter receiver to the Post Office, 1673.


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