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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hayes Education

    1961). 661. 5-11; Yeading Junior ( 1932 ). 366. 7-11; Grange Park Junior ( 1938 ). 388. 7-11; Mellow Lane Comprehensive ( 1938 , 1949, 1963). 1,000. 11-18; Grange Park Infants ( 1939 ). 345. 3-7; Yeading Infants ( 1939

    Hayes Protestant nonconformity

    66 In 1960 the chapel had 96 members. 67 The Baptists set up a mission church in Lansbury Drive, Grange Park , in 1934 , 68 and the church was officially founded in 1946 . In 1960 it had 105

    Middle division Benningholme

    constituted an agricultural system separate from the rest of the township. Ridge and furrow evidence shows that Park, or Grange Park , close, so called since the 17th century, was once part of the open fields, and there is no

    Parishes Northington

    the slope of which Northington village lies, is now for the most part inclosed in Lord Ashburton 's estate, Grange Park , which includes about 530 acres, covering nearly the whole of the south-east portion of the parish, and extending

    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    92 Grange Park church, Grange Park Road , Leyton , was founded in 1870 by Morgan Lloyd . 93 He preached in the grammar school, built in Grange Park Road in 1866 , 94 later known as Grange Park Hall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at tire hill, An frand wyon with ridiculous ease. A quwrtet Caine to t-he plost fin o 31' tire Grange Park Stakes, arid thins tinre tire talent made no mis- otl lar tloie, fer Violoncello,wino was served uip a ratirer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yrs J Sat Edmoustnon, a (50) (50) HN ORDERl os, RuiNirie.-X'ineteenth Biennial, 2.0; City Momn. G~ hera', 2.30 : Grange Park, 3.0; Hamopshire Stakes, 3.30; Twventieth 'W Biennial, 4.0; Hunters', 4.30. GI n), .AonrV`ED-Coulltry Boy, Liharlo, Forest Maid, and Vana Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the latter, like others of his stable, shuttilmg map. Merrymian had to run heats erc lie could transfer the Grange Park proceeds to the Wantage coffers ; but lie is an improviig colt, amid one likely to do Mr. Payne Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    two complete events in the programme, one looke almost a certainty for Crater, 3 yre, Set i31b, aud the Grange Park Stakes, for two-year olds, T.Y.C., may be rendered so by the running at the above places, the most tempting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the other events. Still, it was a treat to see such animals as Coperoicus, Blisworth, and Damascus contesting the Grange Park Stakes, as the latter was very useful in affording a measure, having met both. Big Ban and Dundee; but Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G

    See Scuderi. Grandison , Viscount. See St. John, Oliver. Grand Sr. See Priuli. Grand Turc. See Osma n II. Grange Park , Greasley, co. Notts, 163. Granger Fall (? Greasley), co. Notts, 163. Grant , Thomas, Justice of the Peace

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