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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edmonton Introduction EDMONTON c. 1600

    by a tributary near the later junction of Brettenham and Brookfield roads and thence flowed southward along John a Marsh Green to join Pymme's brook at Watery Lane (later Angel Road ). 27 The tributary (which is treated below) had

    Dagenham Churches, schools and charities

    building is now ( 1962 ) used by the Hainault Golf Club. 155 Marsh Green county junior and infants schools ( New Road ). Marsh Green board school was opened in 1902 . A new senior department was built in

    Barrow BARROW AND POSENHALL c. 1630 THE DIVISION OF SHIRLETT COMMON IN 1625, SHOWING THE MEDIEVAL WOODS

    , stood immediately to their east. 19 East of the Marsh lay Marsh green, around whose edge were several cottages and Marsh manorial pound. South-east of Marsh green was a hamlet of c . 5 houses, already suggested as the

    Dagenham Introduction and manors DAGENHAM (SOUTH) 1964, SHOWING BECONTREE

    Dagenham which she was holding in c . 1810-32 . 155 The manor of EAST HALL was north of Marsh Green ; some of its fields, called the Leys , are now part of Old Dagenham Park . 156 It

    Index A-J

    Huntingdon and later of Chester , John of Gaunt , duke of Lancaster , John , John, John a Marsh Green , in Edmonton , see Marsh Side John Groom 's Crippleage , Johnson : Amy, flyer, Chas., dramatist, Revd.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r, ]B AR fAID ( thorough ly eaperiecsed) Dr-sires Re-seragement; 13- hotel, restaurant, or smoke-room. Undenihble reference.- to lisslitorgan, Marsh Green, Roddicngton, Shrewsbury. c6T74 nd 1)ARMAID, disengaged, Reqnires 3ituation: out of Birmingham lpreferred; experiented. Good referenens.-M. C., 63, Wheeley's fLane. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cherry Stpeet; Mr. A G. rost. Solicitor. 8, Chereb Street: or of the Auctioneers, 40, Temple Street. Birmingham. S151 Marsh Green, Rodington, 4Y,, miles fnorn Welington, and seven from Shrewosbury-, NOCK & CHASE will Sell by Auction (by order of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Redoliffe, Chesweil (Grange, Newport, being first In the twolatter. The prizes for cottagers' plgo were awarded to James Taylor, Marsh Green, and John Lawley, Wellington. Honsus.-Thess were unquestionably the feature of the show, so far as the stock concerned, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lete of the 0th Lancers, weas charged with wilfally murdering John Rnadgen, laboursnr, late of thu 40th lgierinent, at Marsh Green, Ericubriige. On the night of thie 5th inst. the p risoner aid deeseead had been drinking together, ccni wshenl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young Rae, age24 B thoroughly efficient. and ehooseter will hoar strictest ineest i- atns. Coimniccisl preferred.-State particulate, Frederick Tonler, Marsh Green, Ronkbearir, Exetor. 73 13001S Requiresa Siiat~on; thoroughly c-sperienced; aec 3__. IL . B., Earl Street. Silverdele. Ststfordshire. cr6782 I)01Wanted, Subscribers-only content

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