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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Local Government Borough Of Hampstead London Borough Of Camden

    the lord's right of entry and with it, presumably, the right to hold courts. 65 Probably Pool's house ( Manor Lodge , no. 40 Frognal Lane ) was not yet finished and for a few years courts met at the

    Hampstead Frognal and the Central Demesne

    which he spent money between 1798 and 1800 and which was presumably no. 40 Frognal Lane , later called Manor Lodge after the manorial courts held there. 11 In 1810 Pool (d. 1813) was leased the house with its surrounding

    Hayes Churches

    the building on the north side of Freeman's Lane, known in 1865 as Manor House but by 1914 as Manor Lodge ; it was still standing in 1940 71 but its site is now covered by the gardens adjoining the

    Finchley Social and cultural activities

    In 1956 Middlesex county cricket school moved from the Alexandra Palace to a new building on the site of Manor Lodge , where it remained in 1977 . 28 Finchley football club was founded in 1874 and played on rented

    Kencot Manor and estates 50. Kencot House from the south

    Major-General W.E.V. Abraham (d. 1980 ). Following Abraham's death the house was split into two parts, Kencot Manor and Manor Lodge , both owned in 2003 by professional people. 60 Freehold Estates Medieval Freeholds In 1279 a 2-yardland farm in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lead to the belief that he was an army pensioner. In broad daylight, on Wednesday morning, a man entered Manor Lodge, Thames Ditton. Surrey, and succeeded in making his escape, carrying away with him a gold hunting watch, a gold Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLLIS,' HENRY It., Wylie Green. HOLLINGSHEAD, JOHN, Church Hill. HIOUISTON, JOSEPH, Boldnnere Road. INSTONE THOMAS. Boldmero. JAMElS, E. II., Manor Lodge. LAMB, FRAlNCIS, Money. LAMPERT, J. G., Sutton, LlNCGARD, ROBERT, WiEhlaw HatI, LINGAILD, EDMUND, Wiscbaw Hail. C LOl1SCHER, JAMtES, Four Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    il Al wiMlns aind Others-Foral, a Yearin Teifaer, perfetl AStagcdiir d peireeDneEld ha.-alal EN bred SmwithfiSld aniChtPcthe otsol- LoApply Manor Lodge, SutonCodll AILGS-FMsil!Door Sale; awaanttyaoteod Store Pltch-Apt San-a I1 on Roadon HikCqia-,_aaSotaSrit 7I lArTI~P~Fi Por Sae, Iplerkdire threempratn flAl,Cci, J Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (LIMTITLED). A, trot of I'atroneysesancc P'atrnu ;vill bo announced In future ads'ertisementse Dvrvayc'ons. Dr. WAYINIOUTh F PhD., Chairmana, Thle Manor Lodge, Sudbuvry. Francisc 'iloretori, Esq., M1, Ojvraow (;ar-devv, WV. S. uoin trie iritoir, f~sql,, -I. Ilrouic rtrovt, l'., and. Foroot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yoonn Girl, an lHousncnnd,-slittoii 1laned, 12q, sLr- uosithifcllc~ls, Rodoosatlwo'rth ,c3924 301 NENEIIAL (good) Wanted. Exceptionaol referenoes.-A osY, 0.)by lotter, Manor Lodge, Suatton; or pernonally, 29 )l, lal (20i,: L.4-~.- -. 920' ish, (NEEA evn otdAply, 0,Sampson Rtond. Ro 63 'G. Subscribers-only content

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