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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Moslems

    Islington Moslems Moslems The Moslem Welfare Centre at no. 15 St. Thomas 's Road, Finsbury Park , was registered for worship in 1976 . 62 G.R.O. Worship Reg . no. 74494.

    Stoke Newington Roman Catholicism

    1927. Completed 1936 with seating for 400. 48 St. Thomas More's church registered at nos. 9- 11 Henry Rd., Finsbury Park , Brownswood, 1975 . 49 Little Sisters of the Poor, previously in Queen's Road, Dalston , built St. Ann's

    Stoke Newington Judaism

    , opened just outside the parish boundaries, in Hackney , though called Stoke Newington , in 1887 and at Finsbury Park in 1888 . 89 Attendance at Jewish places of worship in Stoke Newington borough in 1903 totalled 343. 90

    Hornsey , including Highgate Communications HORNSEY IN 1815

    important lines of communication: Endymion Road, built c . 1875 under the Finsbury Park Act of 1857, connected Stroud Green and Green Lanes north of Finsbury Park ; 85 Ferme Park Road, c . 1885, joined Tottenham Lane and Stroud

    Hornsey , including Highgate Protestant nonconformity

    Finsbury Park . The church, seating 400, 28 was of brick with stone dressings, in a Decorated style. It closed in 1963 and became a Roman Catholic church. 29 A Wesleyan church in Inderwick Road belonged to the Finsbury Park

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ymgrogi. LLOFFRUDDIABTH A CHAIS AT HUNAN- LADDIAD YN LLUNDAIN. Dydd Gwener, eyflawnwyd llofruddineth dan am- gylchiadau pUm hynod yn Finsbury Park, Llundain. Canfyddid dyn a dynes o ymddanigosiad boneddig- aidd a thrwsiadus, yn cerdded yn y parc, pan yn hollol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chafwyd geiia ': ilongyfarchiadol a chalonogol gan y Parchn. Wm. Rees, Robert Richardsj Cerrigydrudion, a'r Parch. T. Eynon. Davies, Finsbury Park. "Cyfeiriad ac aracan cenedletholdeb - Cynmneig' ydoedd testyn anerchiad a iraddodvwyrgaru= Mr. Thomaas. EIsI cynrychiolydd seneddol Meirion, fel 'Is-lywydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberdovey. Mr. John Morgan, Ynys Mill, Towyn Mr. Rowland Evans, Master Mariner, Aberdovey. Mr. Thomas Owen, 32, Cornwall Road, Finsbury Park, N MANAGERS:- Thomas Owen & Co. BANKERS:- The National Provincial Bank of England, (Limited) London, E.C. SOLICITORS:- Minshall Parry-Jones, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydym wedi eu henwi. MR. MOSES ROBERTS, HOLLOWAY, LLUNDAIN. Bu Mr. Roberts farw yn ei breiwylfod 12 Moreland Street, Finsbury Park, prydnhawn Sal, Mai y 24ain, a chladdwyd ei weddillion yn mynwent Abney Park, y dydd Iau canlynol. Cafodd gladdedigoeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yi ddioed. Dan- fonir y Gwobrwyon at y laf o Pawrth, 1898. Cyfeiriad-SMITH & CO., Publishers, 6, Station Road, Finsbury Park, London C CHILDREN'SHIR. . X H~agon's 01EAN8R Destroys Nits, &c., amnd makes Children's i air drow Beautiful, C.urly, SoftandStreng. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ATKINS, John (c.1760-1838), of Halstead Place, nr. Sevenoaks, Kent.

    he publicly expressed his hostility to reform in common council.[footnote]By 1811 Atkins and his brother were trading separately at Finsbury Park and Austin Friars respectively. Atkins’s son John Pelly Atkins, after a period at Stockholm, became his partner a few

 

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