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You searched for: Place: "Grove Park", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Budbrooke [ Plan of Budbrooke church ]

    ground slopes from a height of about 350 ft. in the west near Grove Park down to 175 ft. at the Gog Brook. Except round Grove Park , there is little woodland in the parish, the greater part of which

    Chiswick Social and cultural activities

    by 1900 included Bedford Park for lawn tennis, Sutton Court for football, and Fairlawn Park for tennis and bowls; Grove Park had its football club in 1900 83 and a cricket and lawn tennis club by 1911 . Chiswick and

    Chiswick Growth Chiswick : Evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    the north end in Grove Park Terrace . Devonshire Gardens and Cavendish Road had been named but not yet built up by 1894 , when there were some houses in Grove Park Road and Grove Park Gardens . A few

    Chiswick Local government Borough of Brentford and Chiswick London Borough of Hounslow

    , Grove Park , Gunnersbury , Old Chiswick , and Turnham Green . 72 The council, which met monthly, 73 secured an Act to build a river wall and carry out other improvements and to enlarge Grove Park , by

    Chiswick Education

    the new suburbs. Grove Park in 1890 was served by a girls' school in Spencer Road , perhaps one which survived under Miss I. Eley in 1926 , and by boys' and kindergarten schools in Grove Park Terrace . Bedford

  • * British History Online * *

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    23, for Rob. read Rich. Canning. 1771, line 14, for Bassobel read Boscobel. 1784, 10 lines from bottom, for Grove Park, Bucks, read Peterly, Bucks. 1851, line 9, after Cuxton dele Notts. 1864, left margin, 4 lines from bottom, insert Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, June 1653, 01 June 1653-30 June 1653

    143 273 C. 34 1 23 June. Referred to the County Committee and to Reading 27 7 Anthony Dormer, Grove Park, Co. Warwick, and the Claimants on his Estate. Vol. G No. or p. C. 118 1063 1067 O.C.C. 118 Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, December 1647, 01 December 1647-31 December 1647

    widow of Wm. Smaleman, who compounded with the late County Committee for her husband's estate. 157 450 Robt. Dormer, Grove Park, Bucks, Recusant, and the Claimants on his Estate. Vol. G No. or p. 8 Dec. 1647. Petition (missing) of Subscribers-only content

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 27 February 1830

    consists of Coal Meters Places, and of Metage Duty on Coals received on the Canal at the Boundary in Grove Park ? Yes. In 1827 the gross Amount received was 20,369£. 15 s . 8 d .? It was. What

    Charles I - volume 310, Undated 1635

    of Catherine Dyer, wife of John Willson, to Francis Lord Cottington. Petitioner was daughter of James Dyer, late of Grove Park co. Warwick, who was brother to Lord Cottington's mother. After her father's death she was for a while brought Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Willing ta 7 or make herself generally useful. Wages B16., all found, except beer. a%- -Address, Mrs. Willing, Grove Park, chiswick. e922.1 JVANTTM, about September 23, by a LadY, in the country (call( Turks from Birmingham), aresvectable Cook, andHousernaid. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tamar Kit Bill and Calliotcon Railway Comspanyl. Thonas John Bolton, Esq. (lMail Coatraotor), Gough Street, Gray's Inn lload; and Grove Park, Klingsbury. George Ward Challis, Req. (George Ch3aifs and Co.), 69, Lombard F. HaSwrd, Esq., Proton House, The Hyde Middisex Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tamar Kit Hill and Callington Railway Companyl. Thomas John Bolton, Esq. 1Mai1 Contractor), Gough Street, Gray's loin Rload; and Grove Park, Kingsbury. George Ward Cihalis, Eaq. (George Challis and Co.), 69, Lombard Street. F. Howard, Esq., Preston House. The Hyde. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aix month$ between each Cal. , ~~~~Dinbsona, homaes Barnes, EIsq, Tha Quint, sear Ch1rk, 3.P. (maIrnmsm). 'oIeeas Painter, eq, Grove Park, Wrexham. Johi -Thomas ,awe, Esq, SshethbWlk Hal, methwik, taford-. shire. Chuarles Hughes, Eaq., Wvexham. Isaac Shone, II4uToverseParl, Wrexhea. lrvth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    less than six month between each Call noms Bamsines, Esq., The Quinta, Doear Chirk, M.P. (0harmkani. Thomas Painter, Zsq,, Grove Park, Wrexham. John Thomas Daweea, RE., Smethwlok Hil, SmethwiokBtadord- (harleslloghee, Faq., Wrexham. ner Schone, Ben.. Grove Perk, Wrexham. *ie Shona'(With Subscribers-only content

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