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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    made further additions, including a ballroom and art gallery, and acquired the neighbourin g Heath Lodge in 1911 and Cedar Lawn in 1914 . Heath Lodge was demolished and Thomas Mawson designed grounds for the combined estate. Cedar Lawn ,

    Hanwell Economic and social history

    of W. E. Hill and Sons, the great violin dealers. 96 W. E. Hill had moved from Brentford to Heath Lodge about 1880, and the workshop was built in his garden. The family left Hanwell in the 1930's but the

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    and Littleworth (later Heath Brow ), or to private residences such as the Firs near the Spaniards inn and Heath Lodge in North End Road (later Way). 69 Most of the later grants were very small: 219, covering 37½ a.,

    Index A-J

    , Alf., East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Rly. , East End ( Ostend ) , East Heath Lodge , East Heath Rd. , East Middlesex Militia , East Pk. , see Hampstead Heath Eastbourne Terr. , pl

    Index A-J

    Heights , Elthorne Pk., n , Factory Yard, feud. services, glebe, Golden Manor , the Grove , Heath , Heath Lodge , Hermitage , Hume 's Wharf , Hobbayne's char., hosp., incls., ind., inns, Lawn Ho ., lesser estates, loc.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ti~i~iu.t, eerienced; good tori chasote; asyle rnic~eoge.-A. 3,ir. 'olgrarilrsIwhil-( 1OT ttdiaven11erige Wanta Situtttoti,t 2¼/ )'earo' charawter.j .LL Ao29-.. -Ioler, Heath Lodge, Asturi-on-Cfan, Sutop. c2702 U T3 MROG';L.-As Assistant or6 01tari Conera Furishing troed r .1. tiuliders. rs'ezicrene.Abstainer. (toad reference. I. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hasten; Mlr. P. D. Bennett, Edgbaston; Mr. Hlenry Brovwett, Coventry; and M~r. Win. Finchait, Birming- ham; the Misses Ntewton, Heath Lodge, Hockley Heath, near Birmingham, a subscription of two guineas; and Mr. F. Walton, Old Hall Workss, Wolverhaznpton, a donation Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dock, before Messrs. Marshall, Faulconer, and Smith, charged with burglariously entering the dwelling house of Mr. David Powell, Heath Lodge, Hampostead~eath, andstealing therein a plated candlestick, a silver spoon, and a brooch; and further, with committing a murderous assault Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    testator bequeaths £1,000. t° tic Wolverhamapton Orphan Asylum, and makesa nitmeOr' other ocharitable bequests.-Of Mr. David Powell, late of Heath Lodge, Hamtsrtead ; person alty £59,103. net-Of M~r. William Slocombe, late of 1, St. John's Villas, Ulppor Holloway ; pereonalty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the festival donationa w ill he given to four of tho principal local cliearitic. The Rev lMr. Simelt, Heath Lodge, Pittvillc, is tho treasirer of the charity fund. The "~lijali, "Goilen Legond," man Sir ]1. Gakeloy's new Jubilee Lyric Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Programme of concert by the Port Sunlight Village Choir

    • 6U0S jaU^? • ^ ^ 'zoii^dq ' ' ' ,,9sioj§uojj 9qoj'Bj\[,, • • • qoa^gi/ I '^MmMmm^:mt^^^ ^m^^m^mim^^^^^m HEATH LODGE, HAMPSTEAD HEATH. •^ t^ ^^ Vocal and? Orchestral ONCERT HULME HALL. PORT SUNLIGHT. HEADQUARTERS OF THE CHOIR BY THE Subscribers-only content

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