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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Twickenham Mills

    19th century until the mill site covered much of the land between Powder Mill Lane and the river. 3 Edmund Hill (d. 1809), who was joint lessee in 1768 and later sole lessee, 4 was reputed to have made £800,000,

    Stanwell Mills

    Upper Mill from the mid-19th century 44 until it was demolished between about 1886 and 1896. 45 By 1791 Edmund Hill owned a gunpowder-mill on the Colne about 550 yards south-west of Hithermoor Farm. 46 Between 1832 and 1844 it

    Twickenham Other estates

    , which belonged to Sir John Suckling in the 17th century. 73 This property at one time belonged to Edmund Hill of Hounslow Powder Mills . 74 None of the other estates seems to have been so large and many

    Glastonbury Introduction

    south and south-west over Edmund Hill , down through Bovetown and High Street , south along Magdalene Street and Fisher's Hill , south-west over Wearyall Hill and thence to Street. The diversion west of Edmund Hill forming the present Wells

    Stanwell Economic and social history

    1,621 acres and the commons 505 acres. Sir William Gibbons , the lord of the manor, received 522 acres, Edmund Hill , who also bought most of the land sold for expenses, 400 acres, and three other persons received over

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.of the alter be very God& man, flesh & bloud, informe of bred, as priestssay that it is: then hauewe many Gods, and inheauen there is but oneGod. And

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    God and our Lady, and not I-mages of Saintes, which are butstockes and stones. Hēry Deynforced byhis othe todetect. Edmund Hill of Penne. Robert Freman, Parishpriest ofOrton by Colobroke. For hauing and rea-dyng vpō a suspectedbooke: which bookewhē he perceaued

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEW PATENTS. I (Contributed by Mr. Geoge Sh4aw.) The following patents among others were sealed on September 12, 1893:-Joseph Haamblet-iachinery or apparatus for pressing bricks, blocks, tiles, and other Iike articles, October 3, 1892. William Clark and Harry Andrews-manufacture Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pertonitis uperveed, of which he died.-A verdict of * Accidental deatb " was returned. Ec iXCi ovEr s xen." Edmund Hill (53), painter, of 4 Court, 5 house, Doe Street, whose death on Saturday evening was alo the subject of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Redfern. Queen-street. Pickering-)Vacant ) Bentham-Mr. J. Overend. Richmond-Mr. Jas. B. Tomlin. Bradford-Messrs. Thompson Bipon-(Vacant.) Ditto-Mr, John 'Thornton. Rotherham- Ditto-Mr. Edmund Hill. Scarborough-Mr. Alfred Tate, Ditto-Mr. Edwd. Johnson. Solicitor. Bridlington-Mr. Josh. Aldridge. Ditto.-Mr. WV. B. Riehardson, Uastleford- Mr. Joseph. Wain- Solicitor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Mall and Frank Tibbitb, Queen's;' Edward Down, New; Walter Lawrence, St. Sohn's; C. Snrles Smith, Keble: Hugh Watson, St. Edmund Hill; George eBrittell'and Frederick Hooper, non-collegiate. - B.A.-Heury Denton, Universitv; Hugh Hust, Balliol; Ji'redbrl&k Powniu and Tiehard Wilmot, Merton; 'John Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Coresondt give a brief account of the Swgills of ThorilSt-apwe e where I may find & pedigree of tas Edmund Hill, Wakefield. I YORKSHTTRE DILECT WORD& .- .y Aa'HELBERT BINNS. No. XLVIIl. 1. Atkinaon's Cleveland GIL. 2- Whitby. 3. Holde. Subscribers-only content

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