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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Introduction OSSULSTONE HUNDRED

    Besides Hackney village, the parish included part of Kingsland , Dalston , Shacklewell , Stamford Hill , Upper and Lower Clapton , Homerton , Hackney Wick , and part of Stoke Newington village along the high road. The area of

    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    called King's Place, 90 was centrally placed, on the later border between Upper and Lower Clapton . Early growth was probably densest along Lower Clapton Road . The 17th-century Flower de Luce 91 has not been identified; the White Hart

    Hackney Protestant Nonconformity

    and 85 Sun. sch. a.m., 285 evg. 93 Meth. by 1886 , after Congs. had moved to Lower Clapton ch. (below). Lower Clapton ch., Amhurst Road. 94 Congs. from Pembury Grove (above) reg. new ch. at NW. corner of intersection

    Hackney Building after c. 1800 Hackney : Evolution of Settlement, 1805-1904

    1800. Despite the closeness of Church Street to Lower Clapton and Homerton , the villages were still distinct in 1801 , when there were 2,050 inhabited houses. By 1831 the number had doubled and the villages were merging along the

    Hackney Communications HACKNEY COMMUNICATIONS

    it divided into Dalston Lane and the road to Lower Clapton , formed the main street of Hackney village and was known as Church Street until 1868. 34 From Lower Clapton the route continued northward as Clapton Street and Hackney

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15th inst. at Hackney, Wn. Craven, of Halifax, Yorkshnire solicithr5 to Mary, aaugber of the late Miatthewt Craven, of Lower Clapton, Esq. On the 16th ist. at Chelse, Mr George ''Tooby, of Gloucester, to Miss Eliaa> Close, 1(6 -M~ior place, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, Ozford-st (Glossop, John Tas, Islesworth Green field, R. W, Upper Thames stoest Gray, Benj, Enfield Highway Gray, Janies, Lower Clapton fGrace, P, Mousit street Ganrt, Wim, Ponder's End Graham, Francis, Tritton, near Hounslowr Graham, James D, Cranford tlraves, Bobt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Hoare, Lothbury. J. A. Homes, New Broad street, merchant. [Purrier and Wrigot, New Broad street, City. T. Digby, Lower Clapton. Middlesex, dealer in corn. [Sod- low, Sons, and Co. Chancery lane. J. Bros', jun. Tydee, Mnomothtbshire, iron founder. [Hall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    printer-March 21, H. and J. Slesinger, Cateaton street, warehousemen-March 19, R. Evershed, Pulborough, Sussex, timber merchant-March 22, T. Digby, Lower Clapton, corn dealer-Mlarch 26, G. Barnes, Port- sea, innkeeper-March 19, J. Jenkins, Symond's street, Chelsea, cowkeeper-March 21, W. Hubbuck, Sooth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Useable in the hardest seater. Is. per cake. The above are sold by the Proorietor, next the New Church, Lower Clapton; Soeger, 15U, Hannay, 63 Oxford street; Prout, 229 Strand- Barclay, Farringdon street; Johnston, 68 Cornhill; and most Chemist, Perfumer,, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Panmure Lodge

    Number (1832): 1017 Lodge Number (1863): 715 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Pembury Tavern, 90 Amhurst Road East, Lower Clapton, London 1857 George Hotel, Aldermanbury, London 1866 City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, London 1870

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALSH, Benjamin (b.c.1775), of Lower Clapton, Mdx.

    (b.c.1775), of Lower Clapton, Mdx. Constituency Dates Wootton Bassett 2 Feb 1808 5 Mar. 1812 Biography Walsh may have been the Benjamin who, with his brother Joseph, was apprenticed to Thomas Hughes, stationer of Inner Temple Lane, London in 1792.

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

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    WILLIAM WALLER, Theft, 17/09/1806

    two pair of breeches, value 10 s. the property of Samuel Gutteridge . SAMUEL GURTERIDGE sworn. I live at Lower Clapton , I am a groom to Mr. Rogers; I only know the prisoner had access to the place from

    WALTER SHUT, Theft, 16/09/1807

    of the Rev. Charles Thomas Heathcote . ROBERT BAILEY . I am gardener to the Rev. Dr. Heathcote, at Lower Clapton . On the 21st of August, about three o'clock in the afternoon, I heard an alarm that the prisoner


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