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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sunbury Roman catholicism

    a church and school. 73 By 1862 a chapel dedicated to St. Ignatius of Loyola was being served from North Hyde . 74 In the Ordnance Survey map of 1864-5 , where it is called St. Leonard 's, a Roman

    West Drayton Roman catholicism and old catholics

    of 80. 49 The 'large straggling population of Roman Catholics of humble means' had previously had to travel to North Hyde for mass. 50 The church of St. Catherine the Martyr, facing the Green , was opened in 1869 ,

    Heston and Isleworth Other estates

    separately mentioned was North Hyde Hall , which had some 60 acres in Heston and Norwood attached to it in the 15th century: 56 one of the larger estates in the 19th centred on North Hyde Farm. 57 The only

    Heston and Isleworth Roman catholicism

    longer. 60 The second Roman Catholic centre to be founded in the district was an orphanage for boys at North Hyde . It was opened about 1854 by Brothers of Mercy, and was conducted in a disused barracks to which

    Heston and Isleworth Schools

    in Kingsley Road , but this seems to have closed in the seventies. A Sunday school was opened in North Hyde in 1863 and there was to be a day school in the building in 1866 , but this may

  • * British History Online *

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    Chantry Certificate, 1548, Middlesex

    Sir Ralph Standysche, rector, receives 26 p.a. and finds a curate. 187. Heston Obit: a messuage or tenement called North Hyde and 55 acres of land, pasture and wood in Heston and Norwood, Middlesex, t. Walter Cole of Heston who

    Index of person and places

    rents etc. in, 190(iii) Herwode , see Harwood Heston (Midd.), 187; parishioners of, 153; "Godfrey Acre", "Grove Place", and "North Hyde", 187 Hewlet , Philip, 132 Hey- , see Hay- Hickley , John, priest, 139 Hickmans , Thurstan, priest, 109

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Friday morning the inhabitants of the peaceful village f North Hyde, near Hounslow, were ihrown into a state of alarm by the discovery of a fire on the extensive premises of Messrs Sherborne, farmers, situated ia that village It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Holborn Board of Guardians, on! Wednesday, Mr. Green called attention to the prevalencel of ophthalmia in the North Hyde Roman Catholic Indus- i trial School, and said, out of sixty boys belonging to the. ,olbern Union, forty-one were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    object of your charitable contributions to-day is the edau cation of Catholie orphans in the two noble establishments of. North Hyde and Norwood,-the first for boys, under the fatherly care of Brothers of Mercy; the second under the maternal direction Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scheols at Ashfora,will. give notice to the "Brothers" r and " Aisters" who conduct the Roman Catholli schools at North Hyde and Walthamntow that the children In the schools belonging to St. George'a will he removed to Aih. ford. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last three years, and had found out that they were a failure. An explosion occurred on Wednesday afternoon at North Hyde, near Hounslow, while a party of artillery- men were testing a new gun on the old depot ground. The Subscribers-only content

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