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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Wilbraham Nonconformity

    Independents. 10 In the 1870s 12 people went to its services in a cottage, perhaps the 'chapel house' on Green Street mentioned in 1881 . In 1897, when there were 40 dissenters, but the cottage was no longer used: Congregationalists

    Bethnal Green The East: Old Ford Lane , Green Street , and Globe Town The East: principal estates

    Bethnal Green The East: Old Ford Lane , Green Street , and Globe Town THE EAST : OLD FORD LANE, GREEN STREET , AND GLOBE TOWN. For centuries the area east of the green was virtually empty of houses. It

    Sunbury Protestant nonconformity

    iron building on the corner of Green Street and School Walk. Services started here between 1889 and 1894 , but in 1903 the building was moved to the present site farther along Green Street , which was nearer to the

    Sunbury Roman catholicism

    75 This building is now ( 1957 ) used as a workshop. The present church of St. Ignatius in Green Street was opened in 1869 . 76 It was designed by C. A. Buckler in the Early English style and

    Sunbury Introduction

    old village include Blakesley Lodge and Montford House in Green Street ; Brooklands , also in Green Street , may contain work of the 17th century. Farther along Green Street away from the river is Hawke House , which is

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgan, Esq, M.P., JOiN DAVIES, Cobden Club, Calvin. xth. Minister 53, St. JohD's Park, N., London, [REPLY ] 59, Green Street, G osvenor Square, London, W., Jan. 1, 1886. Dear Sir,-I am sorry to say I have only just receivt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cymru, mewn 'atebiad i benderfyniad a basiwyd yngbylch rhyddfrein. r .ad prydlesoedd 'ar gapelau,' &c., yn Nghymdeithaufa Treflynon. "59, Green Street. "Grosvenor Square, r ""Nov. 26, 1886. DE "DFAE SiR, - "I beg to 'thank you for the copy of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Percival Gray ( 21), Tenby ; W. P. Paton (33), 7, Longlane Street, West Kirby, Liverpool; R. 'Voodworth (27), Green Street, Ardwick G-een; Miss Golightly, Lilac House, Durham; Miss Ellas Goligbtly, Lilac House, Durham ; Miss Mallinson (28), Springcliffe, Manningham, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Swakeleys, Middlesex, aged _9, Joho Cholmeley, second son of Thomas Truesdate Clarke, Esq. On the 10th inst. in Green street, Grosvenor square, Mr. John Stevens, sur. veyor, in the 53d year of his age. On Tuesday, at Mlilsson, iss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Attwood Smith, of Dorset street, Salisbh'ry square, Solicitor, to Eliabotll, only daughter of the late John Stevens, isq. of Green street, Grosvenor square. IOn the 14th lost. the Rev. Charles M'Cahy, Curate of St. Giles in the Fields, and Ihector Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume A 82, March 1645, 01 March 1645-31 March 1645

    alias Pancras assessment ( see No . 4 supra ), giving the names of the inhabitants in Tottenham Court, Green Street, Kentish Town and Londoners, Brick Houses and Londoners, Highgate and Cane Wood; Thos. Weaver, Thos. Hogg, assessors, the sums Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 275, June 1600, 01 June 1600-30 June 1600

    a quarrel wherein John Merry Bishop accused Coleman of stealing widow Coleman's mare. [1 page . ] June 2. Green Street. 2. Wm. Smith to Sec. Cecil. I had determined never to trouble you again in this business, yet the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1568-28 February 1601

    Bristol , the Gree ne or Grene , Hen., see Grene. Greenhithe (London), Greenlow , a prisoner letter of Green Street (London), letter dated from Green wax , farm of lease of, fines of Greenway , John Greenwell , Wm., Subscribers-only content

    General Index , G, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    Oxfordshire Green Dragon , near Bishopsgate Greenhill , Nicholas wife and family of Rich. Greensmith , Matthew, letter of Green Street , London, resident in wax, estreats in Greete , John, priest Greenwich armoury at, clerk of Court at letters Subscribers-only content

    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (2 of 2)

    Borough R. Cheeseman *12 504 Wallis, William Silk weaver Hackney Road Francis Place *16 484 Wright, Henry Working Goldsmith Green Street, Leicester Square E. Perry 28 372 Ward, G. G. Machinist 30, Union Street, Mary-le-bone E. Rainford *32 363 Wright,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Union Lodge

    and 296 (A) are transposed, in error. Meeting Places Bull's Head, Bank Top, Manchester, Lancashire 1796 Duke of York, Green Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1799 Bay Malton, Cockpit Hill, Manchester, Lancashire 1801 White Hart, Sugar Lane, Manchester, Lancashire 1804 The Angel,

    Lodge of Commerce

    Manchester, Lancashire 1816 Lord Nelson, Shude Hill, Manchester, Lancashire 1818 Sir Sidney Smith, Newton Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1823 Sir Sidney Smith, Port Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1826 Jolly Angler, Green Street, Manchester, Lancashire 1828 Commercial Inn, Manchester Road, Haslingden, Lancashire 1831


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