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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norwood , including Southall Economic and social history

    paints, and telephones, as well as an engineering works. All these were situated on Rubastic Road, Scott's Road, and Johnson Street . 47 Kearley & Tonge opened their jam and marmalade factory on Brent Road in 1913 , and later

    Parishes Middlesborough

    . 8 d . a year. The United Presbyterian church and schoolrooms in Newport Road , Hill Street and Johnson Street , comprised in a deed dated 15 February 1865 , are regulated by a scheme of the Charity Commissioners

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WESI8YA SlrsE;IONAsY.-M~r. 3 Hawkes, boroughl coroner, hsol~l an inrquest on Saturday, 3 touchling the deaths of Johnl Ifolmuco (521, Johnson Street, 3 Lcdywooid.-Tli widosv of the deceased said that her I1mE- 3 band was a Weslsyan Home Misisionary for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cato Street; J. Green, 61, Cathcart Street; T. A. Gilbert, 393 Necli als Parlc - aBoad,; J. Harvey, 25, Johnson Street; MtL Hudson, 48,. !t-Devort Street. F~dybastowt: 1'. Camplini, 217, Belehiarnl R., Road; J. Pugh, 71, Bishopgate Street; E. Vaughan, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15, Oiver Road, L11idy- is weed.16 tr- a"ILERK or Timekeeper.-Wanted, a Situation. Twenty-aix years'( C., reference.-Address, E. O., 36, Johnson Street, Neehello, near- Birmingham. 10323 ( .,k CJohipfoSITOR (News) Seeks Engagement en Provincalel.Paper. Abtie.Good refeoencen from prcsent ansployer and others.( Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    44 in Johnson street, and No. 36In C0hoathate Street, syith GardeoB; let at rents amnounting to L132. lb. per annum, Con- Iteates aobut 3,930 equare yards. LO 1TeRTAiL SHOP and DWELLINGHOS.N. 25 ned 27, in Johnson Street, Neehbells, let to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ahout 1,910 iiqnaro yrsrd.Pan ,VLl if .LOT 23--Tea RIM.AJIL SHOP n DWLIG HotE, Not. it 9 eand 27, in Johnson Street, Neoliells, let to Mr, HarveyCrocer, o n d li-oa, having aboutrtor years uneapOrnES . at a rant. of.24, is,; Subscribers-only content

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