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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ealing and Brentford Ukrainian orthodox church

    room on the third floor of no. 11 Creffield Road, Ealing Common , was registered as St. Andrew's chapel of the Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalous Church by the vicar for Great Britain in 1959 . 97 G.R.O. Worship Reg . no.

    Ealing and Brentford Churches: Ealing

    between the Piccadilly and G.W.R. lines and five in the small area between Ealing village, the Broadway , and Ealing common. Ealing was still the 'most Sabbath-loving suburb in London ' in 1926 , 71 but the only foundation after

    Ealing and Brentford Communications EALING AND BRENTFORD c. 1780

    Railway opened a branch from Turnham Green through Mill Hill Park , later Acton Town , and Ealing Common , called Ealing Common and West Acton 1886-1910 . Its terminus, at Ealing Broadway , stood slightly north of the G.W.R.'s

    Acton Communications ACTON c. 1805

    Uxbridge or Hounslow barracks . Both the L.N.W.R. and the Midland used the Acton loop to send freight to Ealing Common . In 1913 additional sidings were laid for them near Acton Town , but the route soon fell out

    Archaeology The Lower Palaeolithic Age

    Brown's description, are clearly Levalloisian. Allen Brown 's best-known sites are those at Creffield Road to the east of Ealing Common . 43 These pits were cut into a spread of gravel overlaid by brickearth. Above the brickearth and just

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Philip Anthony, Violent Theft, 25/02/1719

    rob him. The Prosecutor deposed that a Man in a Mask stopt the Coach on Ealing Common , and demanded his Money; but he having a small Gun, presented it, and the Prisoner rode off. Another deposed that he saw

    JOHN IVEMAY, Violent Theft, 11/05/1785

    was coming to town about half after seven, in my carriage, from Hillingdon, near Uxbridge; when I came upon Ealing common about twenty minutes after seven, to the six mile stone, the carriage was stopped by one man, whom I

    John Ireland, Violent Theft, 11/09/1751

    July to Hays in a one horse chaise, I look'd at my watch, just as I was going upon Ealing common , and I wanted five minutes of five o'clock: before I came to the six mile stone, the prisoner

    Ordinary's Account, 23/10/1751

    several Robberies, but Pullen being taken away, he was left to himself: And at last, robbing Mr. Price on Ealing Common , he was pursued thro' Acton to Kensington Gravel Pits , and then taken with two Watches upon him

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en licard the Gnion United States mnail strainer %Wiscecasisi. Mr. Weston is accompainied by several well-known American pesdestrieins. At Ealing Common, Onl Ssturriay afternoon, ticsa first of what is proposed shall be annual mseig of trisyclists, took place. About 130 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his seventy-fourth year, of the 1tev. 1. Parker Gilbert, which took place oni Monday, at The Limes, Creefleld Row. Ealing Common. Tre benefice is of the value of £1,580. a year. Policemen in New York are, by law, directed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    poor child n app-ared to have consented, and the prisoner then ti took her to a lonely spot on Ealing Common, where lhe 2 oommitted the assault in question. The child did P allshecould ill tile way of resistance, but Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of No. 30, Ovington Square, Brompton ; over :£34,000.-, Of Mrs. Lucy PaTgeter, late of No. 21, Hanger Lane, Ealing Common: over £24,000-Of Mr. Chas, Frederick Green, late of Harrov-on-the-Hill, Middlesex ; £20,442. -The Irish Probate, granted at Belfast, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arthur Gaye, View Point, Ealing Common, writes I M to the Timems as follows :-Perhaps the best comment on m the letter with the above headine which appears in your s issue of today is that nhich the late Professor Subscribers-only content

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