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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acton Introduction OUTER PARISHES OF THE KENSINGTON DIVISION

    parish as far south as Masons green, Acacia Avenue , East Acton village and the site of Manor House , and Acton park. Brickearth covers the rest of East Acton and the parish south of Uxbridge Road , except around

    Acton Social and cultural activities

    because of trade generated by Acton wells, when inns included the Bull's Head and the Horse and Groom in East Acton and the King's Arms by the turnpike gate near East field. By 1801 the number had dropped to 9

    Acton Protestant nonconformity

    used by Baptists and Wesleyans until they built their own churches. Dissenters from East Acton and Hammersmith registered the ground floor of a house in East Acton belonging to Mrs. Ann Carter in 1820 , the minister being Thomas Crabb

    Acton Growth Acton : evolution of settlement, 1822-1914

    the road, were inns. 77 The hamlet of East Acton , mentioned in 1294 , consisted of farmhouses an d cottages north and south of common land known as East Acton green by 1474 . 78 Medieval settlement was mainly

    Acton Communications ACTON c. 1805

    from Friars Place to the west end of East Acton and was called Worton Green Lane in 1639 24 and Batteridges Lane, after a local inhabitant, in 1746 . East Acton was connected with Uxbridge Road by a lane from

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 24th July 1838

    dear Tartar who went most beautifully; it was a delightful ride; we rode to Acton , and round by East Acton home. We never rode harder. We cantered almost the whole way going out, but coming home we galloped at

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    Mr Rich . It was a delightful ride, & dear " Tartar went to perfection. We went again by East Acton . - Our guests at dinner were, Ld & Ly Carlisle , & Ly Elizabeth Howard , Ld &

    Saturday 9th February 1839

    kept shying at every cart we came near, which was too tiresome. We rode to Acton & round by East Acton . It was a charming ride, & very mild & pleasant. - Read Despatches. - Little Louise came &

    Saturday 30th March 1839

    of me. We went through the Park, part of Knight's bridge , then along the Acton Road round by East Acton & home the same way. It was exceedingly cold coming home. - Had another letter from Ld Melbourne saying

    Thursday 9th August 1838

    to perfection. It was a delightful ride. We took the same ride as I did the other day, by East Acton (only reversed) and had the same gallop back. At a little after 8 we dined. Besides we 14: the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday afternoon, about one o'clock, a destractive fire broke out on the estate of Sariuel Marriott, Esq. M.P. at East Acton, Middlesex; bwirg .to a very iarge hay-rick igoitimig in -consnqsewce of its being onieimiated. Messengers were instantly sent to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    felt themselees called upon to disusiss hint. They had smoreoverediscovered that be had lately taken a splendid house near East Acton, at which he and the lady resided, and that they had set up their carriage. Tile part- ners, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grant, Bart. On the 25th inst. at Camberwell, Joseph Cough, Esq; in his 79th year. On Monday last, at East Acton, the infant son of Hery Poreher, Esq. H.?. On Sunday, at Brighton, aged It, Mary, eldest daughter of William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    He is succeeded by his eldest son, the Hon. James Hewitt, a Comuis- sioner of Excise. On Wednesday, at East Acton, the Rev. Thomas Davis, prebendary of Sails. bury, rector of St Martin's in that city, and vicar of Fisherton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto Curtis, Thomas, Edmonton Clowser, Edward Page, New End Coltman, J. H., Teddington Clayton, Michael, Lincoln's inn Davis, Thomas, East Acton. Daniel, John, jon., Parsons Green Dodds, Bill, Enfield highway Edtards, Capt., George street Ellis, Wynne, Cadogan place Ellis, Joseph, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Acton

    East Acton, consisting of above 100 acres of land, besides several crofts and closes, to the goldsmiths company, in trust for charitable uses; out of this estate 10l. per annum was to be paid to the poor of East Acton,

    Report on the Charities of the Goldsmiths' Company

    Oxford or Cambridge 5 l . 10 To the poor of St. Vedast Foster 5 To the poor of East Acton 10 To the poor of St. Sepulchre, London 5 And for a septennial sermon and dinner 3 And the

    London and Middlesex Fines, Edward VI

    Anno 1. Nicholas Russell and William Smyth, and Blitha, his wife. Premises in Church Acton and East Acton. Easter Anno 1. Humphrey Mosley, gentleman, and Richard Pake, and Alice, his wife. Premises in Totenham. Easter Anno 1. Henry Godyer and

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

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    WILLIAM NORTH, Violent Theft, 13/01/1790

    I am a single woman. On the 1st of January, about eleven in the morning, on Friday, coming to East Acton , the prisoner came and asked me for my money, and said, if I did not give it him,

    ABRAHAM HUNTER, Theft, 14/09/1808

    s. the property of Samuel Hubble . SAMUEL HUBBLE . I am a labouring man , I live at East Acton ; I look after a house, for which I am paid by the week; it is Mr. Finch's house.

 

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