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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kidlington Protestant nonconformity

    in Mill End was registered for worship and converted into a chapel. 38 In the 1840s there were apparently nine members of the church at Water Eaton , and on Census Sunday 1851 the chapel at Mill End , which

    Parishes West Wycombe

    there is a tablet to the memory of Hugh Darell of Mill End , who died in 1667 , which states that Hugh's ancestors had held Mill End for upwards of 400 years. 69 Thomas Darell, high sheriff for the

    Cherry Hinton Cherry Hinton Before Inclosure c. 1810 Cherry Hinton : Suburban Development c. 2000

    Trumpington Drift (subsequently renamed Queen Edith's Way) ran south-westwards from Mill End towards Trumpington village. Long and Trumpington Drifts met at the southern end of Hinton 's Mill End , while the roads from Barnwell , Coldhams Common, Teversham ,

    Cherry Hinton Manors and other estates

    John Okes , a surgeon at Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge , purchased the old inclosures at Mill End Close, and the land at Mill End common from William and Mary Ventris , John Headley , and John Truslove, and the land

    Parishes Rickmansworth

    Croxley Green in 1872 , 4 and of Mill End in 1875 . 5 Batchworth and Mill End are hamlets south and west of the town, and West Hyde beyond Mill End is a chapelry in Rickmansworth Rural. O'Con norville,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, N, O, 01 February 1689-30 April 1690

    Haven Millnett , Mr. Miles , John James Thomas Military affairs establishment Militia , the Mill , John William Mill End (Middlesex) Miller (Millar), Nicholas, sen. jun. Thomas Samuel Millet , Ralph Millington , Lieut. Millot , Elizabeth Milne , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, 01 March 1625-31 January 1649

    of Mathew Katherine, widow of, petition of children of Mildmay , Sir Henry Sir Humphrey Mile End , see Mill End. Milet , Thos., signature of Milford , co. Wilts Milford Haven , co. Pembroke Militia instructions for ordering of Subscribers-only content

    William and Mary, April 1689, 01 April 1689-30 April 1689

    Henry Ashurst, baronets, Sir Thomas Lane and Sir Charles Umfrevile, knights, Ralph Burcholt, Thomas Owen and Thomas Johnson of Mill End, junior, esquires. [ H.O. Letter Book ( Secretary's ) 1, p . 66. ] April 24. Whitehall. The same Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 502, July 1644, 01 July 1644-31 July 1644

    it requisite you should have draft horses always in readiness. We presume you take notice of a place near Mill End [which is ] fordable. We have written to the Committee of Hertfordshire for the continuance of Col. Mitchell's forces Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mllis. Can erect, repair, and drve. First-olass characters from all previous gitnatinns also, geod refer- C euces.-Addrcss, Johis Clifford, Mill End, IKenllwortb. c107S vX '£NTI.EMAN, age about 14, of god famnily and education, I1 Wnt Situation; writes a coed h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. 21, Daily Pest. c192 0 0 Ironmongers.-WANTED an immediate SIUATION, as It Aaaietant. Unexoepmo aberfrno.dsecF uo, Eden House, Mill End, ihatterio. ciG? P110OGroers and Provision Merehants.-The Adeertiser seekasa ILRE-ENUAGEM4ENT aeCottnternipmnor General Hand. Would take Management of a Branch Shop. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21, Daily Post. c492 5'0 Ironmongers,-WABTlD, an immediate SITUATION. as JT Aoesistant. Unexceptionable references.Ad dress, P. Buston, Eden House, Mill End, Ohatteris. c407 eo Drapers.-WANTED, a SITUATION in a good House of Busi- T ness. Highest testimonials given.-Apply, 47, Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daifly Pest, c492 8 r 0 Iroumiongsrs.-WANTED, an immediate SITUATION, as ,D. Assistant, Unexceptionable references.-Address, F. Buston, Eden Rouse, Mill End. Chatteris. oeO7 Drapes.-WATEDa SITUATION In a good Houese of Busi- T ls.Highest testimonials given.-Apply, 47, Great Tiodal L Straeet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    field, yesterday, thle ev. Gervase Smith, London, was elected President by 274. votes, Messrs. Grant and Co.'s cotton mill, Mill End) Glasgow, was destroyed by fire yecterday forenoon. Several work girls were severely burnt, and two firemen were injured. The Subscribers-only content

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