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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    nonconformists found only a limited need for missionary or charitable work; Lyndhurst Road Congregational church had to go to Kentish Town ( St. Pancras ) to start a mission. There was much scope only in Kilburn and West End, where

    Schools The North London Collegiate School

    for boys in his parish, lent his interest and support, and David Laing , Vicar of Holy Trinity , Kentish Town , acted as Honorary Superintendent. The girls received an education which from the first included Latin, French, natural science,

    Paddington Roman Catholicism

    Sisters of Notre Dame de Bon Secours came to Eng. at invitation of Cardinal Manning 1870, stayed temporarily in Kentish Town ( St. Pancras ), and occupied ho. in Norfolk Terr. (later no. 166 Westbourne Grove ) by 1875 .

    Hornsey , including Highgate Local government Borough of Hornsey London Borough of Haringey

    . 60 Eighteenthand 19th-century courts were often held at the Angel , High Street , as well as in Kentish Town ; 61 in 1768 the court met at the Flask . 62 Hornsey manor court ordered the expulsion of

    Hornsey , including Highgate Charities for the poor

    to receive £14, of which £10 was for those living at or near Highgate and £4 for those at Kentish Town or between there and Highgate . The poor of Hornsey were to have £6 subject to the sa tisfactory

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLIAMS-WILLIAMS. Ar y 26ain cynfisol, trwy drwydded, yn Congregational Chapel, Kentish Town, gan y Parch. Z. Fleming, Mr. Edward Williams, photographer, Bala, f Miss Louisa Williams, Islip street, Kentish Town, Llundain. MAR WOLAETHAU BowEN.-Ar y l9eg cynfisol, Mr. David Bowen, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inr byd dirwestol dderbyn colled bwyeig drwy farwolseth Mr. Jabez Inwards, yr hyn a gymerodd le yn ei breawylfod, Kentish Town, ddydd Mereher diweddaf. Am y deugain mlynedd diweddaf, iii bu pall aT ei ymdrechion o blaid sobvwydd a chynildeb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neillduol en bodolietb. Weii yfed 'ieebyd da' yr yaiwelwyr, i'r hyn yr atebwyd gan y Parch Mr Allea, M.A., Kentish Town, a dlolch i'r Llywydd am ei wasanaeth ye y gadair, terfiuwyd tuag oriau miin y borse trwy gana 'IHen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    en cymneradwyaeth o'r syniad yn y dull mwyaf effeithiol. Ar derfyn y cyfarfo1J, bysbyswyd mai y-Parch Edward White, o Kentish Town, a etbolwyd yn llywydd am y flwyddyn 1886. 6 biga38z~tth all, Vlioblsall, &f . PRIODASAU. WILLIAmS-RICHARDS.-Ar y 13eg cyfisol,. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FIRST SUBSCRIBERS ARE:- Mr. Richard Roberts, B.A., L.C.C., Rheidiol Terrace, Islington, N. Mr. T. Howell Williams, L.C.C,, Aschan Street, Kentish Town, N.W. Mr. Lewis E. Roberts, Rheidiol Terrace, Islington, N. Mr. William Jones, Corn Merchant, Aberdovey. Mr. John Morgan, Ynys Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Camden Lodge

    ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Assembly Rooms, Kentish Town Road, Kentish Town, London 1857 Breacknock Tavern, Camden Road Villas, Kentish Town, London 1860 York and Albany, Gloucester Gate, Regent's Park, London 1861 Lamb Hotel,

    Lodge of Justice and Mercy

    due to decreased membership Meeting Places Restaurant Frascati, Oxford Street, London, England 1949 Wingfield House, 261 South Lambeth Road, London, England 1955 Mansfield Centre, Croftdown Road, Kentish Town, London, England 1983 Mansfield Bowling Club, Croftdown Road, Highgate, London, England 1988

    Phrygian Lodge

    Street, London, England 1932 Restaurant Frascati, Oxford Street, London, England 1947 Café Royal, Regent Street, London, England 1955 Mansfield Bowling Club, Croftdown Road, Kentish Town, London, England 1978 West London Masonic Centre, Churchfield House, Churchfield Road, Ealing, Middlesex, England 1987

    Arcturus Lodge

    High Holborn, London, England 1952 Wingfield House, 261 South Lambeth Road, London, England 1956 Mansfield Masonic Centre, Croftdown Road, Kentish Town, London, England 1981 South East London Masonic Centre, Penge, London, England 1987 South East London Masonic Hall, 3 Avenue

    Loyal Heath Lodge

    Hampstead, London, England 1926 Rosslyn Hall, Willoughby Road, Hampstead, London, England 1930 Moreland Hall, Holly Bush Vale, Hampstead, London, England 1941 Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1947 Mansfield Bowling Club, Croftdown Road, Kentish Town, Camden, London, England 1977

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEMPE, James (by 1523-1566 or later), of Kentish Town and Acton, Mdx.

    or later), of Kentish Town and Acton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Liskeard Apr. 1554 Biography Although born in London Kempe may have been of Cornish descent. A family of this name lived near Liskeard, but his return there to Mary’s second

    REDE, John I (by 1509-57), of Westminster, Mdx.

    months later. In August 1553 he sent two of his servants to assert his right to a manor in Kentish Town against John Story, who had been one of his fellow-Members before being expelled. The manor was attached to a

    CHOLMLEY, Jasper (c.1539-87), of Highgate, Mdx.

    buried at St. Martin’s, Ludgate. In his will, made 12 Sept. 1586, he left his lands at Harringay, Highgate, Kentish Town and St. Pancras to his wife with remainder to his eldest son John, the executors of the will. To

    LANE, William II (c.1553-1618), of Horton, Northants.

    knight of the shire, and was named to committees concerning the penal laws (2 Nov.) and the repair of Kentish Town highroad (2 Dec.). As knight for Northamptonshire he was eligible to attend the main order of business committee (3

    MACKWORTH, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt. (d.1745), of Normanton, Rutland.

    6,000 good troops, they’d beat the 18,000 they have now in England, if they would not all desert over to him.[footnote]He died at Kentish Town in February 1745, leaving his London property in trust to his illegitimate son, Thomas Mackworth.[footnote]

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    L. O., L. T., Theft, 13/10/1675

    breaking into a house at Kentish town , and Feloniously taking away several pieces of Cloth . The Crime which these committed was the same with the former: but as they had been longer at the trade, so these were

    John Jones, Theft, 23/05/1751

    Wheeler . May 11 . ++ Bridget Wheeler . I live at Highgate, and have an empty house at Kentish Town , it has been robb'd of a great deal of lead at several different times. Henry James . I

    George Welldon, Theft, 19/10/1768

    . About ten days before Michaelmas was twelve months, I lost a weather sheep out of my ground near Kentish town ; upon making enquiry I was told Mr. Summers knew something about it; I called upon him, he informed

    EDWARD JONES, Violent Theft, 03/06/1772

    with a woman on the 23d of May, about half after nine in the evening; between mother Redcap's and Kentish Town , I was met by the prisoner and another man; they came up one on each side of me;

    JOSEPH WALLER, Theft, 23/02/1780

    his dwelling house , February 5th . SARAH FORD sworn. I am wife to the prosecutor. I live in Kentish Town . I lost the things mentioned in the indictment (repeating them) on the 5th of February out of my

 

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