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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornchurch Education and charities

    Court school. Benhurst (formerly Elm Park ) junior and infants school, Benhurst Avenue, was opened in 1936 as a council school for juniors and infants. 42 Ayloff junior and infants school, South End Road, Elm Park , was opened in

    Hornchurch Religious history

    new site at the corner of Hornchurch Road and Park Lane . 108 The church of ST. NICHOLAS , Elm Park , St. Nicholas Avenue, originated in 1936 , when a temporary building was erected. 109 A permanent church was

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    suburbs sprang up around the old village, at Ardleigh Green , and in the west of the parish at Elm Park , where a new railway station was built. By 1939 north Hornchurch formed a continuous built-up area with Romford

    Hornchurch Manors

    . 156 The name Maylards was corrupted in the 19th century to Maylands, a form preserved in Maylands Avenue, Elm Park . It must be distinguished from Drywoods in the Lane or Maylands, in Wingletye Lane (formerly Hay Street ).

    Finchley Protestant nonconformity

    At Church End there was a brief attempt in 1799 to found an Independent church. 47 In 1882, when Elm Park estate was being built, land in Dollis Road was offered to the London Congregational Chapel Building Society 48 and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13Us d-Tanfield Moor, l8s 6d-Tnwoley, ls 6d-West Hartley, lds-Fordil Main, 15s -Howard's West Hartley Netherton, 15s 6d. Wall's End:- Elm Park, 16. 6d-Hilda, 17s 6d-Killingworth, 17s 6d-Bel- mont, lDs-Braddyll's Hetton, 20s-East Hetton, Iss-Hetton, 19s 9d-Lambton, 19s 6d, l9s gd-Stewart's, 20s-Caradoc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. As it is an ill wind that blows nobody good, so there is one advantage even in the strike, which is noticed by the Manchester papers. The present state of the yarn market is indeed very Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -COMMERCE AND TRADE. It appears that although during the preceding week there was such a good demand for cotton in Liverpool, the sales having amounted to 27,860 bags, the quantity taker for consumption has not been larger than usual, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hartley, 153. -Townley, 14e. 6d.- West Hartley, 15s. 6d. - West Wylaned. ss-W ylant, 14s Gd. Wall's-end:-8urraton, 13s.-Clennell, 14s.6d.- Elm Park, 16s.6d.-Hleaton, 16s. 9d.- Hilda, 15s. 6d. -Hotspur, 1is.- Killingworth, 16s, 3d.-No.thumberland, 155. - W baraclillb, Its. 9d. - Belmont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. Commercial accounts have arrived from New York; they represent the rate of exchange to be high, and the cotton market to be extremely dull. At Liverpool, on the con- trary, there have been several good businesslike Subscribers-only content

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