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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes added since 1892 North-west Leicester

    1950. For civil purposes New Parks was for many years after its creation an extra-parochial place. 214 From 1871 New Parks was referred to as a civil parish. 215 In 1935 nearly all of New Parks was absorbed into the

    Parishes Grafton Manor

    a lion and a border engrailed or . In 15 42 there were two parks, called the Old and New Parks , in the manor of Grafton , 46 but they are not mentioned in any later documents. CHAPEL The

    Leicester Index A - Z

    see L., City Lending Library. New Parks , 300, 454-5 , 456; housing estate, 297, 298, 454, sch., 331 n ; park, 455; pop., 455. New Parks ( Braunstone Frith ) sch., 337. New Parks House sch. , 337, 454.

    The City of Leicester Primary and secondary education

    Rep. on Post-War development of Education . In 1955 a proposal to set up a comprehensive school on the New Parks estate aroused much criticism and no decision about the future had been made by Nov. 1955 . Leic. Finances

    The City of Leicester Schedule of schools

    1937 Primary date I. Bow St., Christ Church 1840 National 1947 C. of E., B. Braunstone Frith , see New Parks Braunstone Hall 1932 Primary date J. Braunstone Park 1950 Primary date I. Bridge Rd. 1889 Bd. Sch. 3 date

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it isyDryhe.hrheR.H.h lt, uncle to the bride Tini orhull Clarkli. Rl~ickley, soli of the late Jobhs Clarke, Es, ., New Parks, nea.r Leicester, to Arie, younigest daughter' of tlie late ,1o1il Oalthov NVilltems, Iliq., M.D., tin thelt hisist. at thle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ReRynolds, hout aned shote maker, Centrel Mlarket, a in ths 20 On Sceiday, alged 41%i John Plummer, Eoq., of New Parks, f Shthpton, necar T ork n le wats owner iand breeder of the celels 5t0 brated mare Aliceiwhir. 5)) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hail, uncle to the bride, Thomas Worthingetwo Clarke, Eiq., of Hinckley, seon of the late John Clarke, Eoq., of New Parks, sear Leiceter, to Anne, daughter of the late John Calthrop Williams, Req., M.D., of Nottingham. EDDISON-TATRAM.-Sept. 9th, at St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he SOLD. Two newly-erected temi-detahied. VtfstAS, well and substantially built, and moat agreeably situ titd in the centre of New Parks, Falograve, and surrounded by villas, contaluteg every convenience for private families. For particulare apply to R. K. Parkin, Hourse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20, St. Nicholas-treet. F 12260 d 6z CARBRO'.-To be SOLD, Two semi-detached VILLAS, K-5 situated at the south-west of New Parks, and comuneding va most extensive anduninterrupted view. These villa s are quito newv and most substantially built, containing drawing, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of Subjects, Q, R

    and see Pensions, list of names. Royal Parks. See Audley End. Hampton Court (Bushey; Jockey; Little House; Middle and New Parks). Hyde Park. Richmond (Bentley; New, and Old Parks). St. James's. Windsor (Great; House; Little and Mote Parks). issues for

    Henry VIII, January 1542, 11-20, 01 January 1542-31 January 1542

    of the manors of Grafton and Upton Waren, Worc., with the manor house of Grafton and the Old and New Parks there, containing lands specified in Grafton, Upton Waren, and the parish of Bromesgrove, Worc,, which were granted to his

    Minute Book, December 1671, 01 December 1671-31 December 1671

    accordingly and agree with the people. Mr. Lawrence and Sir C. Harbord are to attend my Lords tomorrow about New Parks and likewise about Sir Thomas Trevor, who is a Trustee in the Fee Farms, and ought to surrender to

    Charles II, January 1676, 01 January 1676-31 January 1676

    the Marshalsea for wounding one Mundy, who opposed him in the hunting and killing of his Majesty's deer in New Parks. [ S.P. Dom., Car. II . 378, No . 122. ] Jan. 21. Plymouth. Philip Lanyon to Williamson. Enclosing Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report: 1875, 1875

    £650 £125 300 Extra expenditure, under any of the foregoing heads, £500. The expenditure for 1875 was £2,035. The New Parks and Gardens. During about seven years, Southwark and Finsbury Parks have been open to the free use of the Subscribers-only content

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