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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Stanmore Charities for the poor

    Little Stanmore Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. John Franklin , by will proved 1596, 2 left 20 s . a year charged on lands in East Barnet to the poor of Little Stanmore but in 1823 there

    Little Stanmore Local government

    Little Stanmore Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In 1294 the prior of St. Bartholomew's claimed view of frankpledge, the assizes of bread and ale, infangthief, outfangthief, and the right to erect a gallows in Little Stanmore , by virtue of a

    Little Stanmore Roman catholicism

    Little Stanmore Roman catholicism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. Richard Gill , late of Little Stanmore , was indicted for recusancy in 1611 and two widows, Joan Brickhill and Alice Rumball , were repeatedly indicted between 1624 and 1635 . 51 Thereafter no

    Little Stanmore Judaism

    Little Stanmore Judaism JUDAISM. After the Second World War Jews worshipped in private houses, in the Bernays institute, and in huts which served as a community centre in Merrion Avenue . In 1970 the Bernays institute was still used on

    Little Stanmore Protestant nonconformity

    Little Stanmore Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. In 1801 the house of Daniel Gardner was registered as a meeting-place for Independents. 56 In 1829 they worshipped in an upper room in Watling Street and in 1834 they built and registered the

  • * British History Online *

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    Hendon on the east, Kingsbury on the south, Elstree in Hertfordshire on the north, and on the west by Little Stanmore or Whitchurch. All the houses which form the west side of the street on the high-road, are in the

    General Index, L, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    300 Littleboye , Jeremiah, 354, 383 -, William, 340 Little Britain , 69 Little Marlow , see Marlow, Little. Little Stanmore , see Stanmore, Little. Littleton , 69, 113, 115, 213, 219, 306, 407 -, Constable of, 252, 446 -,

    Sessions, 1615, 1 and 2 August

    p . 216. Came and discharged: Edward Wharton of Edgware, draper, taken at Uxbridge for abusing the constable of Little Stanmore and telling him that "he would not come to the Musters, and diswadinge others askinge them if they woulde

    General Index, L, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    306 Littleboye , Jeremiah, 251, 284 Little Britain , 181 Littleburye , Alice, 170 Littlecott , co. Wilts., 38 Little Stanmore , see Stanmore, Little. Littleton , 15, 298 -, Constable of, 210, 290 Littleton , Edward, 303 Little Waltham

    Sessions, 1615, 20 and 21 April, 03 February 1614-20 April 1615

    of the hundred of Gore: Richard Niccolls, gentleman. Henry Smyth, gentleman. Names of the sub-constables for the same hundred: Little Stanmore. Thomas Ewer. Philip Peeters. Edgware. William Francklyn. Kingsbury. Matthew Hamond. Hendon. Richard Marsh. Richard Moores. Wembley. Robert Cannon. Sudbury.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAKE, Warwick (1661-1712), of Canons, Little Stanmore, Mdx.

    of Canons, Little Stanmore, Mdx. Constituency Dates Middlesex 1698 1705 Ofifces Held Freeman, Hertford 1699. Biography Lake boasted an impressive parliamentary pedigree, both his great-grandfather Sir Thomas and his father having represented Middlesex in the course of the 17th century.

    LAKE, Lancelot (1609-80), of Canons Park, Stanmore, Mdx.

    week on 18 Dec., and never stood again, although he was not blacklisted in the ‘unanimous club’. He was buried at Little Stanmore on 4 May 1680. His youngest son Warwick Lake sat for the county from 1698 to 1705.[footnote]

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

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    JAMES LOFT, Theft, 15/02/1804

    value 2 d. the property of the said Hannah. HANNAH VINCENT sworn. - I live in the parish of Little Stanmore , and a m a widow : I have a house there, which was broke open about five weeks

    JAMES LOFT, Theft, 10/07/1805

    GEORGE MUTTER sworn. - I am a clergyman; I am the son of George Mutter , he lives at Little Stanmore : On the 22d of June my father's house was broken open, I live with him. Q. How was

    JAMES LOFT, Theft, 10/07/1805

    property of George Mutter . GEORGE MUTTER sworn. - I live with my father, he keeps a house at Little Stanmore ; the articles were stolen on the 22d of June: from the circumstance of the window being entered, I

    SAMUEL WEEDON, THOMAS ALSEY, Theft, 17/04/1822

    the 21st of April , at Little Stanmore, one lamb, price 1 l. , the property of Samuel Stone . MR. ANDREWS conducted the prosecution. SAMUEL STONE . I live at Little Stanmore ; I had twenty lambs, and saw

    ABEDNEGO MARTIN, Theft, 16/02/1826

    iron, value 10s. the goods of George Hone . GEORGE HONE. I live at little Stanmore , and am a wheelwright . I heard the noise about five o'clock in the morning of the 3d of February, and gave the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W . Kernpster, Kingston-upon-Thanis, wvine-merchant. :T. Knight, Edgware, Little Stanmore, licensed victualler. 17 BlANCKRUPTS. L. Lewis, Picacadilyr, glass and china dealer. [Abrahams, Clifbd'if . Jones,New -road, Whitecbapelroad,stationer. [Evitt&C Haydon-square, ; Newman,Old Cavendish-st.Cavendishsq.victualler. [Glynes, OmeDca-qi R. trong, Thomas st. t- George's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doughty Street Bodkin, Wm., Hampstead heath Bolton, Henry, Lamb's Condnitist. Bond, J oseph, 5i St Jame's street Bond, Frederick, Little Stanmore Bones, John, Maida hill Booker, Eleazer, Tottenham Boon, John, Tottenham Boreharn, J. H., Hindon Basanquet, Sir J. B., 13 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26 Carey street Eagle, Charles John, Esq. 31 Haymarket Eagle, Henry, Regent street Eagle, Thomas, Esq. Piccadilly Farle, John, Little Stanmore Earnshaw, Thomas, 48 St John's.street road Eaton, James Allan, Bond court, Walbrook Eden, Robert, Hamptons Edmonds, Itichard, 12 Trump Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R&cE. - 100f even on Oxford-offered; after 105 to 100 had been laid on them. The parish church of Little Stanmore, Middlesex, con- tains an organ built by Father Schmidt in the rei-n of Geore I. at the time that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is I named as a ilkely oontestant In the Conservative Interest. PCOULIAR PuxSEiMENT AT Scnoon.-Mr. Hillier, E master of Little Stanmore schools, haa been sum- moned at Edgware petty sessions for assaulting a Loholar named Alfred Tompkins, aged eleven years, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward John Smith, 14/11/1815

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 239039 Linked to person: Smith, Edward John 1815-1816 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename Edward John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 14/11/1815 Office/Status Stipendiary

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