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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hendon Economic history

    imposition of the Green Belt prevented them from reaching the northern boundary; fields survived north of Mill Hill and Highwood Hill in 1970 , including those of Hendon Park farm, which had become a dairy farm by 1937 . 40

    Hendon Growth before 1850

    (d. 1765), who moved to Highwood Hill after her retirement in 1745 . 26 The survival of several large houses at Mill Hill has helped to preserve an opulent and spacious air. At Highwood Hill the largest is Highwood House

    Hendon Introduction

    . 5 The soil is predominantly London Clay but there is a small outcrop of pebble gravel north of Highwood Hill , while the Mill Hill ridge and the northern slopes of Hampstead Heath are topped by Claygate Beds. There

    Hendon Protestant nonconformity

    live in Hendon . Presbyterianism may have contributed to the Quakers' decline. In 1730 Mary Nicholl 's house at Highwood Hill was registered by seven Presbyterians, led by Celia Fiennes , who owned the property. 54 By the end of

    Hendon Communications HENDON IN 1754

    it became the Ridgeway , so called by 1471 . 36 The Ridgeway followed the high ground north-westward to Highwood Hill , where it met a road which ran north-eastward across the parish from a point south of Edgware bridge

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix II, List of Jurors

    555/274. Newman, Thomas, of Enfield, 560/172, 562/153. Nicholls [Niccoll ] -, Alban, of Shoreditch, gentleman, 559/175. -, Edward, of Highwood Hill, 560/172. -, John, of Dole Street, 560/172. -, -, of Finchley, 562/153. -, -, of Hackney, 555/234. -, Randall,

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    , see Robbery, Highway, under Offences. -, -, Death penalty for, viii Highways , Offences concerning, see under Offences. Highwood Hill , Constable of, 446 Hile , Anthony, 226 Hill (Hills, Hyll) -, Agnes, 1 -, Bartholomew, 80 -, Charles,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chains or thercaboute west of the junction of such road with die read leading thoreout by Bold Street to Highwood Hill from Edeware Iwbich portion of road as proposed to ho deviated is hereinafter referred to as Road No. II; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    west- )f weed-of thojirmetion of such lest-mentioned road with the road lead- d ing thereout by Bold Street to Highwood Hill from Edgwaro; arid es to empower the Comipany to stop up and discontinues as Public )f thoroughfares, and extinguish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the late Ma. IT luunroacE -_» w that tbe late Mr. Wilberforee's estates and forme, __. obw f»e Highwood Hill areto be told on the 22nd of this mo'-! deDC9 « Fete at Petworth.- The Earl of Egremont __\ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a half-sovereign at the Barnet Gate-houto Tavern, asd afterwards to have gone down Wood Lane, in tke direction of Highwood Hill. Six weeks and four days subsequently, a gardener found the body of tke deceased in a ditch. The corpse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bishop of Lichfield and Co- rentry nc- J ;^ r ° W * n ' £ eW ChaTch > Highwood Hill, Hendon, Middlesex- Patron, Wat. Wilberforce, Esq. J. W. Bussell.ChillingtenandSeavington.St. Mary, t . C. Sometsetshire- Patron, Earl Poulett T . Subscribers-only content

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