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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enfield Roman catholicism

    In 1706 there were two known papist families in the parish, one at Scotland Green and the other at Forty Hill , 48 and in 1766 there were three reputed Roman Catholics. 49 There were still a few at the

    Enfield Communications ENFIELD c. 1750

    it was London Road and from the town to Forty Hill it formed Silver Street and Baker Street , the latter name occurring in 1572 . 60 North of Forty Hill the road dipped to cross Maiden's brook by Maiden's

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    the top of Forty Hill , dates from c . 1787 80 and Clock House , near by, has a late-19th-century facade. 81 George Birkbeck ( 1776-1841 ), the founder of mechanics' institutions, lived at Forty Hill after 1824. 82

    Enfield Churches

    chancel arch was removed and a plain sanctuary was built in continuation of the nave. 94 JESUS CHURCH , Forty Hill , was built in 1835 at the expense of Christian Paul Meyer of Forty Hall , who endowed it

    Enfield Education

    have disappeared when an infants' department was added to Forty Hill Church of England school before 1907. 26 The building was being used in 1971 as a Scouts' hut. Forty Hill National school, with separate departments for boys and girls,

  • * British History Online *

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    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Part III

    in the schedule to the said order, comprising a piece of land containing 3 acres or thereabouts, situate at Forty Hill, Enfield, in the county of Middlesex, abutting upon a road leading from Enfield Chase to Enfield. 19th June 1863.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the North-Eatstern I be RailwaIy COMPE1nY, byrepreseteting thath M~cNann was eif- huct- fering from injuries ciaccedhby a, collision' at Forty Hill. Die-Ic September, 1880, an action' was brought, but weas elanl- sIettledhbefore the hearing by the cocepany paying MoNslin big: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the personal estate amounting to over £25,000. The will (dated February 10th, 1883) of MiseH Rebecca Child, late of Forty Hill, Enfield, who died on January 17th last, weas proved on May 22nd, tha value of the personal estate amnounting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    foot, bitt stinted in 2886. First. P. Albert _Muntz. M.P_, Durnsmore. Rugby; Dunsmore Glonnaine. saty. Second, Alfred 3. Rollingron. Forty Hill, Eafle-d, Middlesex1 M<okeor Fucbeia, gone. ThrLord rotahl.Jbng Parttng erie; Wriudley Lilly. black. h~e~d Reserved, Joseph WiddowoIkralBrintChtre; -IkealBeanty. hay, CLASS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of WVilliam Coates, of a (laughter. MEMPE-February 11, at Enfield, the wife of the Rev. E. W. Kempe, of Forty Hill Vicarage, of a EEMP-February 14, at Chigwell, the wife of Sir K. El. Kemp, Dart., of Gissing, NOrfolk, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    personal estate amounting to over £25,000.., - The will (dated February 10. 1883' of' -m[} Rebecca Child, late of Forty Hill, Enfield,.*hd died on January 17 last, was proved on May 22 by Augustus Hodd Child and James HaBllar, thi Subscribers-only content

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