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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spelthorne Hundred Hampton Court Palace : charities

    income of Mary Harris ' Charity (no. 3) should be paid to the trustees of the Hampton Wick Parish Lands (see under Hampton Wick ). That the income of the charity no. 9, and so much of charity no. 3

    Teddington Roman catholicism

    linen-bleaching works in Teddington in the mid-18th century. 86 In 1882 a Roman Catholic chapel was opened in Hampton Wick , and in 1884 the present Roman Catholic school was built in Fairfax Road , South Teddington . The ground

    Staines Roman catholicism

    recusant in 1667 and 1668. 26 In 1890 the chapel in Gresham Road was opened, and was served from Hampton Wick . For some years before this a priest from Sunbury had held services at the Staines Union Workhouse in

    Spelthorne Hundred Spelthorne Hundred

    gift of the Crown, and it has so remained to the present time. 16 The new ecclesiastical district of Hampton Wick was formed in 1831 , and that of Hampton Hill in 1864 . 17 Cal. Pat . 1343-5 ,

    Schools Hampton Grammar School

    under the usher in temporary premises. An additional expense was occasioned by the successful petition of the parishioners of Hampton Wick for the provision of a separate school. 26 A new building was opened in Hampton in 1834 ; it

  • * British History Online *

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    Sessions Books, 1690

    and those of Hampton Wick, in the parish of Hampton, concerning the legal settlement of Hannah Turner, an impotent person; the said Hannah being last legally settled as the hired servant of one Armstrong in Hampton Wick, it is ordered

    Sessions, 1617, 3 and 4 June

    of a Commission of purveyauncy for horses to carry his Mates houndes". To the next Sessions: Gerard Lowe of Hampton Wick, bound over at New Brentford on 12 May, 1617, for the peace towards Elizabeth Harris. Sureties: Hugh Gwilliams of

    Index, H I

    315. -, to deputies of Hanse Towns, 316, 317. warrant dated at, 329. Ecclesiastical conference at, see Ecclesiastical Conference. Hampton Wick (Wick), [Middx. ] , letter dated at, 304. Hampton : Captain, 419. John, 458. Hanger , George, letter from,

    Index, U Z

    see also White. Wiatt , see Wyatt. Wich , James, an English merchant in Spain, 6. Wick , see Hampton Wick. Widdrington , Henry, Commissioner for Border Causes, 342. Wig' , E., 32. Wight , Isle of, 367, 462. an

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 8 February 1830, 08 February 1830-08 February 1830

    Majesty, built a Bridge across the river Thames , from the town of Kingston-upon-Thames aforesaid, to the hamlet of Hampton Wick , in the county of Middlesex ; but, from the inadequacy of the funds granted by the said Act,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    meet with home comforts and care. I Prospectuses may be had on applicatiqo. Address till, July 17th, Park House, Hampton Wick, S.W. afterwards The Willow Street Academy, Oswestry. The next term will commenee on WEDNIZSDAY, July 24th. Parents will be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will meet with home comforts and care. Proapeetuses may be had on application. Address till July 17th, Park House, Hampton Wick, S.W. afterwards The Willow Street Academy, Oswestry. The'next term will commenee on WEDNESDAY, July 24th. Parents will be supplied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn ol, a'r hwn a aeth trwy nifer fawr o ar- m gr,. iAdau . : Wrth gloddio yn Hampton Wick ychydig ddyddiau ag . yn ol deuwyd ar draws lliaws o urns, yn Ilawn o ludw Dt so esgyrn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs Reardon and Davis, Corbet-conrt, Graeechureh-street. J., Brown, Fleet-market, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs. Fox and Pri- deaux, Austin-friars. T. Smith, Hampton Wick, Middlesex, timber-merchant. Solici- tors, Messrs. King and Son, Castl&-street, Holborn. G. A. Hemse, Church-row, Feneburch-street, broker. Solicitor, Mr. Younger, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lightbody, Absalom - - - 9 Edgwnare road. Munday, Thomas - . - Hungerford Market. Parsons, James s- - Hampton Wick. Pedder, Ann - - - - Tyler street. Routh, Frederick - . . 18 Upper IKing street. Selsood, Ann Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Wolsey Lodge

    1656 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places White Hart Hotel, High Street, Hampton Wick, Middlesex 1877 Rose and Crown Hotel, Upper Teddington Road, Hampton Wick, Middlesex 1885 Greyhound Hotel, Park Gate, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1889

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    monies of the said Thomas Hanson . THOMAS HANSON sworn. I am a housekeeper; I keep a house at Hampton Wick . On the 6th of July at night about eleven o'clock, I shut up the house and went to

    THOMAS SMITH, Theft, 12/01/1814

    steal, and stealing therein a piece of cheese, value 3 d. his property. CHARLES SMITH . I live at Hampton Wick . Q. Who was up last on the 3rd of December - A. I was up last; about eleven


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