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    Parishes Great Parndon GREAT AND LITTLE PARNDON c. 1875

    of Princess Alexandra hospital. The east-west road along Great Parndon and Fernhill commons is now represented by Commonside , Parndon Wood , and Parsloe Roads. A northsouth road from Canons to Great Parndon common followed the course of Peldon Road Victoria County History

    Harlow Town HARLOW 1980

    the housing areas. Existing woods were preserved and opened to the public, and a nature reserve was established at Parndon wood. In 1960 a sports centre, managed by a trust and comprising an athletic arena and stadium, was opened west Victoria County History

    St Thomas's Hospital: Minute Books of Courts and Committees, 06/11/1724-29/07/1746

    he shall be allowed �131.10s. & �24.7s.8d. for the appraised value of the Growth of the underwood left in Parndon Wood to Michas last and also Two pounds One Shillings & Three pence for the Rent and Seven Pounds for London Lives 1690-1800

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harlow Park, and the find led through Latton Park, and, aftnr being headed twice, was lost in a cover. Parndon Wood was successfully drawn, bnt there was no scent, and the fox was soon lost. Shooting having been in progress Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on to Blue Hedges, where we foupd immediately. Charlie broke across tbe road at a tremendous pace, pointing for Parndon Wood ; be here turned to the right and through Bishop. Wood, on to Forty Acres ; skirting this be Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, at Broadwater; Thursday, at Offley Hoo. The Essex Hounds meet this day, at Canfield Hart ; Wednesday, at Parndon Wood ; Saturday, at Matching Green. The East Essex Fox-hounds meet this day, at Boucher's Hall, Aldham ; Thursday, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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