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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chigwell Worthies

    from about 1823 and was buried in the churchyard. Helen Maria Williams ( 1762-1827 ), authoress, was living at Grange Hill in 1826 . For all Worthies see D.N.B . See also Parish Government , below, and E.R.O. D/DEs M80-81.

    Chigwell Introduction Chigwell Urban District

    Hainault Road . At Grange Hill there is a housing area of 1920-39 , and in Fencepiece Road there is some similar development and also some houses built since 1945. To the east of Grange Hill is the large Hainault

    Chigwell Other occupations

    probably the house of Richard Dennis who in 1720 described himself as a victualler. 48 The 'Bald Hind' at Grange Hill was known in 1770 as the 'Bald Faced Hind'. 49 The 'Jolly Wheelers' near Woodford Bridge first appears by

    Chigwell Public services

    stations at Loughton and Grange Farm, Chigwell . 3 Allotments were instituted by the parish vestry in 1867 at Grange Hill and Chigwell Row . 4 The origin of the Chigwell Row recreation ground is mentioned below (see Agriculture). It

    Metropolitan Essex since 1919 Suburban growth

    far as Shenfield ; the electrification by the L.N.E.R. of its Epping suburban line from Leyton and of the Grange Hill branch from Woodford ; and the construction of a new tube extension of the Central Line of the London

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    fieldname Spelling modernised. Cannot identify Location: Owston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Skellow Mill (Skello Milne) : undefined a mill Location: Grange Hill(Grange Hill) : fieldname Spelling modernised. Cannot identify Location: Owston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Skellow (Skelloe) : undefined lordship Location: Humber Head

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a glance, listenling as we gaze to tile old legend of tlce spectral armed men wlho marchod fhsoilowerBarrow over Grange Hill two hulnredyears ago, sadl so ty the old China clay-pit to Corfe Castle and town. Over this picturesqsco and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of weooe, agniust Wchotn a verdict of "!\ian- siaxgihter " was retsirned. he'b Tipperary foxhonids mlet ets Friday at Grange Hill, near hilcoaley Abboy. The cometaty aftcru-a'rdl sticokititerol aL riotouits croctd of cosillt rv )iscixIe, Icito, he xtlceit by a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sixty-six persons were drowned. General John Elias Collings, C.]., late 33rd (Duke of Wellington's, Regiment, died on Friday, at Grange Hill, Guernse. He served in theEastern campaign of 1854-5, including the battles of Alma and Inkermran, the siege and fall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following were the judges:-Cattle, sheep, pigs, and agricultural horses, Mr. R. Brydon, Seahan Harbour, and Mr. H. G. Burnitt, Grange Hill. Bishop Auckland. Hunters and roadsters, Captain R. G. Walme1ey Long, 3rd (K.O.) Hussars, Manchester, and Mr. T. Darrell Spiker's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Black Hill, Durham; and:Mr. H. Sayers, r Close House, near Appleby. Cows and produce, Mr. H. I 1. Burkitt, Grange Hill. t... L f H1ORSEES 0'~ Hrir=us.-MIare for breeding hunters, with foal at her foot or ° stilted, P. Amos; Subscribers-only content

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