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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sherfield-upon- Loddon

    name to Drayton House . Near it is Sherfield Hall , formerly known as Hill House , and Sherfield Hill Park . This estate, formerly a farm homestead, was purchased of Mr. Henry Lannoy -Hunter by Baron Pigott , fourth

    Hampstead Frognal and the Central Demesne

    Champneys for Henry Holiday ( 1839-1927 ), the stained-glass painter, on land at Branch Hill Park . 67 Another house was built in Oak Hill Park in 1873 . 68 Probably the success of those houses prompted the construction on

    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    New River Co.'s rights in the smallest and southernmost one, whose drainage was sought by the residents of South Hill Park , were acquired in 1892 by the L.C.C., which filled it in, to provide a grassy approach to the

    Heston and Isleworth Manors

    the Duke of Northumberland , and he bought the rest with the house in 1823 . 57 As Syon Hill Park West Farm it formed a separate unit for a while, but the house was apparently pulled down by 1865

    Romford Introduction ROMFORD c. 1865 HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER, ROMFORD , HAROLD WOOD , AND HAROLD HILL 1975

    only 50 houses had been built, in Havering, Rosedale , and Hainault Roads. 42 North-east of the town the Hill Park estate, comprising Kingston , Erroll, and Gilbert Roads , was laid out in 1898 -9, and at the same

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hlr.don, Sooths Esses. 2. St Colherine's Close, LarloNorh Iinclnsice 3.Roud HllPork Esta'o tthird portioni, Brightotsn, East esex. n4d Blocklo Hill Park Esteole Iresersed lots), F~orest it-il, West Kent. f~or Prospectrlseg, Sharec. Plans of Estates, .&u apply to Chorles loewl Greuneisee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2Ml Ml TALEPS OWEN AND HAGLEY FLORAL AND AII, 'j.LHO TICULTURAL EXHIBITION, to be held tin RC, (Tresimue akIADFN HILL PARK, M (Thee riute' wlkfrom Old. Mill Ealivay Station), by pen-risesaon Ml of 0. A. lladess-Dest. Esq., on 'iUESDA.Y, July Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oiu Mortgoge.-Address, 412, e93 .Pi DiyPost. ,3 Also, 5769n LOST AND FOUND. r5979 eST eci Saturday evening, in Cannoin Hill Park, or from there - U to tewn, ai Gold barrel-Olmalid Charm, With Hebrew menu. script ineide. Finder rewsarded,-Arply, 29, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    otihr vciri ,January 30, 1884. Arthur B. Ball, Shetileld-constructioll nf spring cutlery. February 20, 1T84. s Reginald Belfield, Rulie Hill Park, Surrcy-c ccrri November 1, 1883. F Joseph Warhurst, Kilburn, MiBdlesex-aplplication 5) f doors, easements, and otler like opening3 of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3P6, Tempele ase. 03366 t =~pr goLuntodiats t coc-huemid. R stable, "eon lawnO. erthuriT. rdam 1m RALALL t-Pamr non Hill Park. Spar Cleoits £74. dO3 hoAM ~ rJ as 27 £520. Quiek caino 0t dVA - R SW T .P Subscribers-only content

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