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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ickenham Education

    to a new building in Long Lane and the village hall was used for infants. Both schools ceased to be church schools and were taken over by the county council. That in Long Lane was styled the Ickenham County Council

    Eyton upon the Weald Moors Education

    on the Eyton estate 65 and in the later 19th century contained pupils from the hamlets of Bratton and Long Lane (in Wrockwardine ) and Wappenshall (in Wellington ). 66 Its character seems to have changed little by 1956 ,

    Wrockwardine Nonconformity

    no dissenters' meeting house. 48 'Very few' parishioners were dissenters in 1799 . 49 Meeting houses were licensed at Long Lane in 1818 50 and at Wrockwardine in 1823 . 51 Wesleyans met at Allscott between 1828 and 1836 .

    Corrigenda to volumes IV, V, and VI

    line 1, for ' 1900 ' read ' 1905 ' 40, map, for ' Lang Lane ' read ' Long Lane ' 40, map, for 'Bull Lane' read 'Bulls Lane' 42 a , line 6, for 'Pymmes' read 'Pymme's 46

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Roman catholicism

    Osborn Road , was consecrated in 1936 but had been built some years earlier. 63 St. Bernadette's church in Long Lane was registered for worship in 1937 , 64 and rebuilt on the same site in 1961 . 65 Part

  • * British History Online *

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    Address Long Lane 1631 Other notes Accused 1631. Known London address Long Lane Parish St Bartholomew the Great (by the Priory) Ward Faringdon Without Date 1631 Censorial hearings 9 July 1631 Entry S, a midwife of Long Lane, was accused.

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St Botolph Aldgate (part), Swann Alley

    Jones , Evan 3.60 18.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: 1+9tnts. Seager , John 2.00 10.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: 1+4tnts. ? , ? 0.40 2.00 0.00 0.00 Property assessed: 4hses. On behalf of: Richardson, Mr. Comment: 4Empty in Long Lane.

    COKER, Edward

    of medical practice 1590-1620 Address St Caths Place 1600. Black Raven Southwark 1602. St Olafs Street, Long Lane, Southwark 1606. Other notes Accused 1600-10. See Whittet letter (?confused w Ed. COOKE Master SA?). Known London address St Catherine's Place Parish


    his influence with one Young, Her Majesty's Freemason, to discontinue an encroachment on the Highway in Long Lane. 30th July, 1594. III. 109. Letter from the Lord Chancellor (Ellesmere) to the Lord Mayor, enclosing a Petition from his servant, Edward

    The Register, Memoranda, 1458/9-1548 (131-7)

    the reig[ne ] of Kyng Edward the vj th [12 Mar. 1548 ] did agree that the tenementes in Long Lane shold be sold by the master and wardenn[s ] of the bretherhod vnto Sir Richard Southwell knyght. The Master

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foxton, Kisgston-upon-Hull, merchant. [Hicks, Gray's inn square.3 Staurday, May 13. INSOLVENTS. W. J. MilleUnion street, Borough victualler. J. Rowbotbem, Long lane, Bermonclsey, furrier. BANKRBUPTcY SUPERSEDED. J. Ingharpt,lradford, silk mercer. BANKRUPTS. R. Coster,Staining lane, merchant. [Flower, Staple Inn.] F. Downing. sen. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Hailstone, Devonshire street. T. Bowen, merchant. [Cobb, Finsbury circus. J. Rogers, City road, printer. [Coote and Son,.Austinfriars. S. Hopson, Long lane, tumer. [Smith, Carthusian street. W. Chambers, Ely, tailor. [Lillie, Austinfriars. P. BaLks, Bradley, iron-master. [Clarke anjco Chancery lane. J.,Rymner,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FINE ARTS. SCENERY ON rsEI YAPtn AND WAVENEY.-ThOse wvo recollect the various Landscapes painted by Mr Stark, which have from time to time adorned the walls of the British Gallery in Pallmall, will be pleased to learn, that the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Barclay's, Fleet market; Newisery's, Edwards, St Paul's churchyard; Prout, 206 Strand; Godfrey WUindu, BLehopgate street; Evans and Co. Long lane, Smithfield, Londos ; and at Wiudsour. Claph,,,u, Kentish Town, Richmond, and mest respectable Bledicine Vendceos in the United ligou Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reconmmended, being warranted to retaic its full flavour ia any climate. To be had at the Mantfactory, No. 63 Long lane, Borough, London; at the Piazza Coffee-hnge, Covecit gardent the Quena's iHead Tavern, H-labOrt l and at any of the Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): Removal confirmed 18 April 1772, and 6 December 1775 ; places not recorded. G. Com. Meeting Places Ship Tavern, Long Lane, Bermondsey, London 1770

    Philanthropic Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, London 1753 White Bear, Aldersgate Street, London 1755 Red Bull, Long Lane, West Smithfield, London 1756 Horse & Groom, nr Leather Lane, Holborn, London

    Bank of England Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, London 1788 Ship Tavern, Long Lane, Bermondsey, London 1799 The Horns, Bermondsey Square, London 1802 The Horns, Gutter Lane, Cheapside, London 1817 Goose and Gridiron,

    no name is given

    London 1754 Star, Aldersgate Street, London 1755 Paul's Head, Doctors' Commons, London 1756 King's Arms, Queenhithe, London 1762 George, Long Lane, Bermondsey, London 1762 Marquis of Granby, near St. George's Church, Southwark, London 1763 Caveac Tavern, Finch Lane, Cornhill, London

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

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    Ann Whitehead, Theft, 04/12/1740

    Godfrey , in the Dwelling-House of Ann Whitehead , Nov. 3d. Godfrey. Last Sunday was a Fortnight, going up Long Lane , a Woman pick'd me up, and carried me to the Prisoner's House; we had a Quartern of Gin

    Margaret Edwards, Violent Theft, 09/07/1760

    property, and against his will , June 9 . + William Linton . I keep a little house in Long lane ; I had been at Knights bridge on the 9th of June, and staid there part of the evening;

    James Udith, Theft, 13/04/1768

    a cloth coat which I had to dye; I was in company with the prisoner at a house in Long lane ; it was taken from off a line in the yard; there were several people saw the prisoner go

    John Foster, Theft, 07/09/1768

    Andrew Christie , Aug. 10 ++ Andrew Christie . I keep the Red Cow, a public-house in Long lane ; I was out of town on the 10th of August, I came h ome the next day; then the prisoner

    WILLIAM MULLINS, Theft, 03/06/1789

    of Thomas Winchurch . THOMAS WINCHURCH sworn. I lost a linen handkerchief on the 10th of May, coming down Long lane with a child in my arms; three boys stood together, I was coming by the corner of the street,


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