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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    Wes. Meths., 31 possibly those who had met at Wm. Larke's ho., no. 8, New End , 1817, and at Jane Blake 's ho., New End , 1823. 32 In 1851 congregation was Wes. Meth. Old Connexion; chapel seated c

    Hampstead Education

    became St. Steph.'s Sun. sch. M & I schs. closed 1906, when pupils transferred to New End . Samuel Hoare 's British, New End . Opened by 1811 in bldg. paid for by Hoare, who also paid master's salary and

    Hampstead Public Services

    changed to Hampstead Provident Dispensary. The dispensary used rooms in the New End workhouse, for which it paid £20 a year. In 1850 a site at New End was bought with money from the collection taken in 1849 in all

    Hampstead Hampstead Town HAMPSTEAD TOWN AND FROGNAL IN 1762

    confusedly called New End , from Heath Street to New End . In the whole quarter, described as from Brewers Alley to Scarrotts Corner (probably the corner of Heath Street and New End ) and New End , 90 there

    Hampstead Local Government Borough Of Hampstead London Borough Of Camden

    . The parish owned at least one poorhouse, in Pond Street , by 1670 . It had another at New End by 1705 , when it decided to move another widow's house, presumably a wooden hovel, from the heath to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Enfield - Carter, William, Betheial Green road Collins, James, Enfield Coveney, Mathew, ditto Curtis, Thomas, Edmonton Clowser, Edward Page, New End Coltman, J. H., Teddington Clayton, Michael, Lincoln's inn Davis, Thomas, East Acton. Daniel, John, jon., Parsons Green Dodds, Bill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Toustle-eloset. cs i oewing and Reaping. ,`m tenai n estoPlith. ByDr Erroyd. g TO 0ld Tale with a New End. By the Author of 'Charlie thoahill,' &c. naonce Craven's Madness. By Hesba Stretton, Author of uir lusravellmig Post-office ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Trestle-closet. ,, 33. Sowing and Reaping. From Vienna to Pesth. By Dr Ecroyd. The Old Tale with a New End. By the Author of Charlie Thornhill.' Maurice Craven's Madness. By Hesba Stretton, Author of 'The Travelling Post-office ' in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his cattle another souto for0serly. He did not go the direct way in this instance. William Phillips, tollgate-keeper at New End, Ink- berrow, stated that on Friday, the 24th of November last the cattle passed through his eate asid were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a and privies t had conmtion; property near the Red Cow yard, a dralns &c'. in a verybhadselate at New End, beg holes require Ly in he roofed proper drainage made there is little or no water, u and what Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 09/1788

    We John Torrington and Elizabeth Torrington of New End Hampstead in the County of Middlesex for divers good Causes and Considerations us hereunto Moving have Remised Released and for ever quitt claymed and by these presents do and each of

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