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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    into the Park. Then passing by this House on the same Side, beginneth a short Street called De la Hay Street , which falleth into Long Ditch , so called from the Ditch which almost encompassed this Part of Westminster

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Margaret's Parish.

    large Place for Stablings, & c. and hath a Passage, as hath the Blew Bore Inn, into De la Hay Street , adjoining to Duke-street . Bell Alley , but small and ordinary, the greatest Part at present not built.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fulbourn Economic history

    in Cross field, recorded in 1350 . 23 A wide strip of former fen east of Eye field, beyond Hay Street , had also been assarted into closes, totalling at inclosure 120 a. 24 That was probably effected by the

    Fulbourn Fulbourn c. 1800

    join the earlier line at Six Mile Bottom . A new station for Fulbourn was opened by 1852 on Hay Street , 88 in the 20th century renamed Station Road. That station was closed in 1967 and its buildings demolished

    Parishes Braughing

    a quarter of a mile north of Green End , on the Cambridge road , is the hamlet of Hay Street . 15 Further north still lies the hamlet of Dassels . On the east side of the road here

    Hornchurch Education and charities

    the annual income was £1,575. William Armstead , by will proved 1657, left a rent-charge from a farm at Hay Street and other land in Hornchurch , Havering, and Upminster to pay £5 to the poor of Hornchurch , and

    Hornchurch Introduction HORNCHURCH , UPMINSTER , AND CRANHAM 1975

    centuries travellers towards Colchester could join it via Ardleigh Green , by Hay Street (Wingletye Lane), and Gubbins Lane, or by Upminster and Brentwood . 37 Hay Street , mentioned in 1438 , took its name from the Hay (enclosure)

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lathom Lodge

    Constitution: 20th December 1899 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2797 Notes (1): Became Lathom Lodge No. 29 on the formation of the Grand Lodge of Western Australia on 4th September 1901 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia, Australia 1899

    Lodge of St. John

    with " Perth Lodge of Unity," No. 512 [No. 753, of 3 May 1845], in 1879. Meeting Places Lodge Room, Perth, Western Australia 1842 Masonic Hall, Hay Street, Perth, Western Australia 1869 Masonic Hall, Howick Street, Perth, Western Australia 1881

    Union Lodge

    Reg. of G.L. of South Australia. Meeting Places White Lion Hotel, Francis Terrace, Kadina (Daly), South Australia, Australia 1862 Gaskell's School Room, Station Street, Kadina (Daly), South Australia, Australia 1882 Masonic Hall, Hay Street, Kadina (Daly), South Australia, Australia 1882

    Ionic Lodge

    Africa 1976 Wavell Hotel, First Street, La Rochelle, Transvaal Province, South Africa 1947 Kenilworth Hall, Fraser Street, Kenilworth, Transvaal Province, South Africa 1953 Masonic Hall, Kenilworth, Transvaal Province, South Africa 1922 Presbyterian Church, Hay Street, Turffontein, Johannesburg, Transvaal Colony 1908

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where he is now going on favouraesly.-Ou the same afternoon a boat boy, named Charles Stanley, who resides 'in Hay Street, St. Geore's oGolverhampton, by some usrexplained cause got Iis leg between two Soats on the anal, ayid sustairned a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goodaGeneral W -SRANT. Wgs£ -A lySevns oe,27, Broad Strret. c0115 oNEi NURISE GIRtL.-Apply at Grabamustoin Villa, a W Upper Hay Street, l~alsall Iteath. eli? C U ANTED, n yalung, respectable Porosn, as NURSE. 51,5 inuat W8 he ablo totow, %esok, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The line was blocked for some hours. [SPECIAL TELEGRAM.1 Yesterday evening, our Shrewsbury correspondez,> telegraphed that Francis Turner, df Hay Street, Hereford, had been identified as one of those killed. The names of the other two had not then been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwards, New Street S. 0. Larkins, Suca~lleriok StreetIJailees HfaneleY, Para-lice Street CA C. Smith, Alin Street XV. J. ('tlermecte. Hay Street It, S. I irk, Nesr Stireet Wt. F. Ticonss, Union Pasesage NY. LT. Morley, Sutfolkc Street Thee. E. Mlsnesox, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nrder the coin, pulsory powers ot the Act aMaria Street, Creen Street KeInwick Street, part of Union Street, Bill Hay Street, Oakwood Street, and 'l'daslcy Street.-The architects suggested tlhe additions which it would be neces. eary to make to the Subscribers-only content

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