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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Mimms

    Green extends from the railway towards the middle of the parish along a road which meets the road to Colney Heath in the west. It is a hamlet of considerable size, with a few old cottages, a good many new


    a series of plain red brick buildings with slate roofs, of which the foundationstone was laid in 1901 . Colney Heath lies to the north-east of London Colney , and is now an ecclesiastical parish with the church of St.

    Parishes St Stephen 's

    applied in augmentation of the Coal Clubs of the ecclesiastical districts of St. Stephen's, Holy Trinity , Frogmore , Colney Heath , and Leavesden. In 1816 John Paddey by a codicil to his will, proved in the P.C.C. on 4

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hereford; Saturday, 28, Fifth Milestone. ,ir HErI0FORDSHinE ,SouTaD (at t0,45).-Saturday, November 28, 00 Perrystone. M Her.TaornsflrrE (at 11).-Friday, November27, Colney Heath; l i Saiturday, 28, Putteridge Park. ( Hairruiror (at 1O.A).--Friday, November 27, Moreton-iu. i ItBtaras;l Saturday, 28, Shipton Btarrowv. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charing Cross, exclusive of the City and its liberties, and embraces all erca of 688'31 square miles, extending from Colney Heath, Hertfordshire, on tile north, to 3togadoro, Todworth fleath, on the soutIe, and from Lark Hall. Essex, in the cast, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alexander James B. Beres-_ .e ford Hope, M.P., of Bedgebury-park, Rent. He bequeaths a to Miss Charlotte Lloyd, of Colney Heath Rectory, St. y Albans, Herts, the interest of £8,000, together with many 'a articles of furniture. He bequeaths his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEE SPORTSMAN'S CAZETE EDITED BY "AVATES." TO THE SPORTING PUBLIC. VATES" begs to state that thefullest particulars of Provincial Sports in general, and the Ring in particular, will in future be found in the COUNTAY EDI101os ; therefore our Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MANCHESTER MEETING. f Wednesday, May 25, Produce Stakes of 50 soy. each, h. ft. fore three-year olds; colts 8st t 31b, fihlje 8. ic Twice I coind and a distance. (8 subs.) Mr. Houldsworth's b f' Frederica, by-Sultan-. Darling Subscribers-only content

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