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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Protestant nonconformity

    Kilburn Park Rd. by 1890 . 67 Mission hall at Lower Place by 1899 . 68 Reg. 1909 as mission hall for Evangelical Christians at Steele Rd., Lower Place . 69 Bapt. mission by 1918 (q.v.). London City Mission in

    Willesden Education

    1902 for 40 physically handicapped children. Closed 1928. 81 Lower Place , Barretts Green , Harlesden . Opened c . 1947 for 160 physically handicapped on ground floor of Lower Place council sch. Moved 1968 to Grove Park , Kingsbury

    Willesden Settlement and growth Willesden : evolution of settlement 1822-1914

    16th-century messuages. 26 A cottage had been built east of Lower Place green by 1800 27 and the Grand Junction canal was driven across the area, dividing Lower Place and Ruckhold farms, in 1801 . 28 In 1837 the London

    Willesden Communications WILLESDEN IN 1823

    1765 . 44 Acton Lane followed a tortuous course from Harlesden green northwestward to Greenhill and then south-westward to Lower Place before turning southward to Acton . A road probably once ran the length of the southern boundary west from

    Acton Public services

    side of Church Lane , later Churchfield Road West. 70 In 1893 the U. D.C. bought 13 a. of Lower Place farm, at the junction of Horn Lane and Willesden Lane , where it built two chapels and opened 6½

  • * British History Online *

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    side are in that of Highbury, on which side is Tallington-house, a moated site, called in ancient writings, "the Lower Place 44 ." It seems probable, that when the mansion-house was built on higher ground, it was called, from that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weather, have met with equally small success. At the Rochdale Police Court, on Monday, Ann Taylor, of Fletcher Street, Lower Place, was charged by Chief- constable Wilkinson with performing an unlawful opera- tion, which resulted in the death of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oldsits Road Stbre, Roobdale, to consider whether it was desirable to form a rile corps at Buersil a nd Lower Place. .It ad been intimated to Captain miuhwick that several tagt itwenn were anxious to establish a e uersil ctowio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GA-, DEFT. Herdefrd. I RUGELEY. - HUGHES BROS.. Market I 2. Cambridge Street, Gloucester ' "' KETERING11. )~ HODGF Lower Place 'Rugelrc'. Flare. Wellinghomench. ep t Street, Kettering. SHPTNO-IU,-H . SALW. nG(,sLp-y .COS vS. EIXM DERMINbSIHr-.). EILLINGBECX~ I Sheep Srect, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whole district, upwards of £220 is On Sunday, the 18th, inst. two sermons were ,I preached in the' School-Roolu Lower Place, near-Roch- f dale, for the benefit of the Sunday School, by Mr. Jonathan Savill, and Mfr. John Oldfield Bates, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tie Indepeledellt congregation at Horton, In Ribblesdale. Same day, aged 41), Mr. John Scholfield, cotton spinner and grocer, Lower Place, near Roehdale. Oil the 13th Inst. at Rawden. aged 65, Mr. Thos. Marshall, clothier. Same day, at Paris, at Subscribers-only content

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