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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to volumes I, II, and IV

    line 18 from end, for 'geminga' read 'gumeninga' " " 180 b , line 1 from end, for ' Hatch End ' read ' Pinner ' " " 188 b , line 6 from end, for ' 1910 ' read

    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    . 82 The nucleus of Dove House Farm or Tyndales was a messuage and 9 a. called Wapses, in Hatch End , held by Henry Sharp in 1547 . 83 It had passed to Francis Tyndale by 1629 84 and

    Harrow , including Pinner Roman catholicism

    and as the administrative centre of the society. 39 There was a Roman Catholic Radio and Television Centre at Hatch End in 1970 . 40 The following section is based on W. D. Bushell , 'The Bellamies of Uxendon', Harrow

    Harrow , including Pinner Education

    ( 1938 ) in Kenton , Vicar's Green ( 1938 ) in Alperton , Grimsdyke ( 1939 ) in Hatch End , and Pinner Wood ( 1939 ). Secondary schools founded in the same period were: Harrow County for Boys

    Harrow , including Pinner The growth of the hamlets HARROW-on-the- HILL c 1960

    and West End in 1448 . 83 The surname 'de la Hacche' indicates the existence of Hatch End c . 1300. 84 Hatch End formed the boundary between Pinner and Harrow Weald , and for assessment, tithing, and open-field purposes

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix II, List of Jurors

    555/247. Duckett, Isaac, of Westminster, 555/274. Dunnynge, Thomas, of Westminster, 558/50. Duresme, Richard, of Holborn, 554/169. Edlyn, William, of Hatch End, 559/145, 560/172. -, -, of Pinner, 560/172. Edmonds, Edward, of Chancery Lane, 558/69. -, Hugh, of Hoxton, gentleman, 559/175.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Bay Mare, aged, very handsome, has been used a* a cover hack. The horses may be viewed at Hatch End, near tiie 12 milestone, on Harrow Weald Common. BEDFORD-STREET, Covent-garden. -To LETT the Whole ofa spacious convenient HOUSE (except Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I*2 mile* from I^ndon. Tobc HOLD, the. LKASE. about M vetiw unexpired, of a complete COTTAGE RESIDENCK, situate at Hatch End, approached by a neat entrance and shrubbery, comprising din- ing and break'tiis-l parlours, opening by folding sash windows lo Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7 Tobe SOLD, the LE VSE of about eleven veaw untx- i.ired, of a complete COTTAGE RESIDENCE, sis-fate at Hatch End, approached. by a nent entrance with thruhber v 5, comprises on thr ground floor a Kreoklaa parlour, dinhur •»«»•' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kingsbury, Huron, Harrow Town, Wembley otherwise Wimbley, Apperton, Keoto». Greenhill, Sudbury, R*oxay otherwise Roxeth, Preston, Hums Weald, U xenden, Hatch End, and Pinner, or some of tune, all in the County of Middlesex. Bushey, Watford, Oxhey, Cassio otherwise Cashio, Leavesden, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Twyford, Kingsbury, Harrow, Harrow Town, Wembley otherwise Wimbley, Apperton, Kenton. Greenhill, Sudbury, Roxay otherwise Roxeth, Preston, Harrow Weald, Uxenden, Hatch End, and Pinner, or some of them, all in the County of Middlesex. Bushey, Watford, Oxhey, Cassio otherwise Cashio, Leavesden, Subscribers-only content

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