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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to Volume X

    also' " " 251, note 10, delete full point and add'; P. Charters , Brief History of Meths. in Ponders End ( 1993 ), 45, which contains additional inf. on other chapels.' Vol X, page 32 a , line 14,

    Enfield Protestant nonconformity

    Enfield Wash and at Ponders End . Brethren were worshipping in 1873 in a room facing Chase Green . 75 Other sects in the late 19th century included the Mormons, whose first chapel, at Ponders End , was opened in

    Enfield Roman catholicism

    John E. Sterrett and B. D. Kaye . 52 There was a Roman Catholic chapel in Alma Road , Ponders End , in 1896 53 which was served in 1908 by priests from Lower Edmonton . 54 A parish was

    Enfield Education

    girls' secondary school to form Enfield Chace comprehensive school. Ponders End junior technical, subsequently Enfield secondary technical and later Ambrose Fleming , school opened in High Street , Ponders End , in 1911 . It moved to Enfield technical college,

    Enfield Local government Urban District (Later Borough) of Enfield . London Borough of Enfield .

    of the four wards or quarters of the parish: Enfield Green , later called Enfield Town , Bull's Cross, Ponders End , and Horsepool Stones, later known as Green Street . 68 Quasi-criminal jurisdiction was no longer exercised in the

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    King Alfred Lodge

    Lamb Institute, Church Street, Edmonton, London, England 1908 Freeman’s Restaurant, Enfield Town, London, England 1929 King’s Head Hotel, Enfield, London, England 1906 Two Brewers’ Hotel, Enfield Highway, Enfield, London, England 1902 Two Brewers’ Hotel, Ponders End, Enfield, London, England 1905

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tion and direct Water Carriage tq the Tiames aonl all tile DOC '.! a in close Proximity also to Ponders End Statioi. Great 5selS PJ way. Toe Buildings coveran area of 65,000 SUPFFIC[AL FEg"- the Plain Structurel being 485 feet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was first educated at a boarding school, adjoining he Bell Inn, Fore Street; and subsequently under IDr. Thompson, of Ponders End. His father died ?rhile he was yet young, and Robert, after a long visit to his uncle and guardian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    society is a national institution, and is enrolled under the Act of Parliament. Its branches are at London, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Willenhall, Dudley, Nottingham, Leicester, Shef- field, Rotbherbam, Liverpool, Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Manchester, -Doncaster, Exeter, Hull, and Ponders End. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wear the sun hats. - The London County Council decided on Tuesdayniaht to pu-rhase 1,000 acres of land at Ponders End, near Tortenham, for a rifle range for volunteers at a coat of :£164,000, of which the Governrment will pay Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    si consequences to one or two persons, occurred upon the 0 01Eastern Counties Railway, between the Edmonton and ther Ponders End stations. Shortly after passing the station at ofI 'e Edmonton, the passengers were alarmed at the unusual Philr a.oscillation Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN WHITEBREAD, Theft, 11/09/1782

    d. the goods of the said John Sanders , August the 26th . JANE SANDERS sworn. I live at Ponders End , near Enfield, and keep a chandler's shop ; my house was broke open between 12 and 1 on

    JOHN FARLEY, Theft, 05/12/1810

    when I came to the Stones End I took up another passenger, Sarah Ballad ; when I came to Ponders End the passenger Ballad said she had lost some clothes out of her bag; she gave me the bag at

    JOHN BROWN, JOHN ALLIGAN, Theft, 17/02/1825

    s., the goods of the said Ann Walker . MR. ANDREWS conducted the prosecution. SUSANNAH WALKER. I live at Ponders End , in the parish of Enfield; my sister Ann, lives with me - the house is rented by us

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