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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hanwell Schools

    (now renamed Hobbayne School) and Oaklands Road (renamed Oaklands ), while St. Ann's kept a senior girls' department. 16 Drayton Manor Grammar School, Drayton Bridge Road , was opened in 1930 . The Bordeston senior boys' council school was opened

    Hanwell Manor

    an ancient manor. Drayton Manor Grammar School takes its name from a manor in the adjoining parish of Ealing , though it stands on the site of Hanwell Park , not on land belonging to Drayton manor. See Crawford Charters

    Parishes Drayton St Leonard

    the Abingdon estate in Drayton was described as Drayton manor. 39 It followed Dorchester 's descent and was purchased in 1876 by Sir John Christopher Willoughby of Baldon. 40 Drayton manor was sold again in 1916 41 but thereafter manorial

    Hanwell Introduction

    lane led from lower down Church Road to the house at Hanwell Park , approximately on the site of Drayton Manor Grammar School. The date at which a house was first built on this site is unknown; it was there

    Parishes Farlington

    New Inn is the Drayton building estate, on which new villas are rising steadily. South of the road is Drayton Manor , the residence of Lieut.- Col. Alfred Robert William Thistlethwayte , approached from the main road by Drayton Lane

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Royal shall wear, by way of distinction, silver embroidery instead of lacy.-Evening Paper. --Sir Robert Peel has arrived at Drayton Manor, from Sir James Graham's seat, Netherby.hall, Cusmberland. The mansion of Sir Robert, in Privy gardens, is ordered to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    express instructions from the Carlton Club, announced that Mr Wmi. Holmes is at pr esent on a visit at Drayton Manor, the residence of Sit Robert Peel. Although this piece. of intelligence, put forward sin ihe unassuming shape of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by which it was occasioned, we insert it without any further preface:- "TO THlE EDITORt OF THE OiBSERVER. "; Drayton Manor, Fazeley, Oct. 14 1839 Ad Sir,-I have just seen a paragraph in the Observer of yesterday, which I should Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    More; there was, we learn, a live one-yea, a Guy Faux in the flesh to be seen somewhere near Drayton Manor. We had written the above when the fbllowing paragraph from the Sun of Wednesday met our eye: OuThis morning Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Peel will be present at the useeting of the Privy Council. The Right Hon. Baronet intended to leave Drayton Manor at an early hour in the morning for this purpose."-We may add, what has already been communicated in a Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 28th November 1843

    November 1843 Drayton Manor Princess Beatrice's copies Transcription Mama came to see us, whilst we were having breakfast. - Had a few lines from dear Vic, from Gravesend , where they got aground on Sunday afternoon, & had to remain

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PEEL, Robert I (1750-1830), of Drayton Manor, Staffs.

    (1750-1830), of Drayton Manor, Staffs. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1790 201820 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. Bury loyal vols. 1798. Ofifces Held High steward, Tamworth 1811-d. Biography Peel’s father, a Lancastrian yeoman turned calico printer first at Bury, then at Burton-on-Trent, died in

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, April 1575, 01 April 1575-30 April 1575

    shoemaker of Banbury, and Thomas Webbe of Drayton under arrest. The latter is of great wealth and has purchased Drayton Manor or town, which is worth 200 marks a year, although for 30 years by his own confession he has

    Index, S

    London alleged to be recusant, 296 Smith , Humphrey, a London grocer grant to, 330 Smith , John, of Drayton Manor [? co. Leicester ] , 293 Smith , Jane, daughter of John Smith 293 Smith , John, son of


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