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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fernhurst Parish Church of St Margaret Fernhurst

    charcoal for gunpowder similar to that established farther east at North Chapel about 1800. 9 The Cylinders lies on Friday Hill , on the main road from Midhurst to Haslemere . This road, which seems to have been constructed about

    The parish and borough of Chingford CHINGFORD 1964

    County Council's Friday Hill estate, on the last remaining portion of the manor of Chingford Earls. 19 CHINGFORD 1964 Until 1940, when Louisa Heathcote died at a great age, the Heathcotes had continued to live at Friday Hill . If

    Index A - K

    top., 97-100; Little Tushers, 109; White Hall , 97; W.E.A., 86; Yardley Ho ., 100; see also Fairmead Park; Friday Hill ; Girling Reservoir; Gowers and Buckerells; King George V Reservoir; Queen Elizabeth's Hunting Lodge Chippingale , Mary, see Page;

    Old and New Shoreham Shoreham , Kingston By Sea, And Southwick Shoreham-By-Sea .

    was described in 1883 , and children's games featuring egg-rolling were held in the early 20th century at Good Friday Hill in Old Shoreham . 33 On the downs a two-day race-meeting was held in 1760 . 34 Shoreham races

  • * British History Online *

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    Chingford

    for the county of Rutland, who is the present proprietor, and lady of the manor. Friday Hill . An old mansion called Friday Hill 25 , about a mile east from the church, has long been the manerial residence, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the body of a respectaly- dressed mtan, about twenty-four years of age, was found lying by the roadside at Friday Hill, Chinyf;erd. In the right hand .s-as a six-chamnbered revolver, ose chamber being empty- The man had a buLler-wound in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    residing at Ching. 'y ford Hatch, said mn 1S57 he was occupying a farce at tlfi er foot of Friday Hill, Chiugford. Miss Mary White, Wiho to was his wife's sister, lived, wit4l himself and wife for over twenty years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    afternloon. Soni met wvorking on tb-3 roadway oh- served shortle before four o'clock a man and woman walking dowvn Friday Hill They seemed to be lovers and no sot ire 'was taken Of thenn for sO- time. Suddelly, however, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llantillo House; Wednesday, Ralan !%nmt dinnetr; Th=rday, Clytha-at half-pat 1u. I .F. ,Tue sd a uo; ursday, Buckworth Pond; Friday Hill Top Gate-at lalf-past 10. Nuriolk (Mr. Villabois), this day, Raynhaim Hall; Wed- needa, Newton George; Saturday, West Derebam Abbey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late Rev. Robert Boothby Heathcote. The bride was given away by her eldest brother, Mr. R. B. Heathcote, of Friday Hill, Chingford, Essex. The dejeilner was given by the Earl and Countess of Carys- ford, at their residence in Hereford-gardens, Subscribers-only content

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