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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Judaism

    JUDAISM. The Potters Bar Jewish Community was founded in 1940 . Its members worshipped in temporary premises until 1968, when a permanent synagogue, affiliated to the United Synagogue , was built at Brookmans Park . In 1971 fifty families were

    South Mimms Public services

    Mdx . ( 1908 ). Story of Potters Bar , 119. Ibid. 110; Brittain , South Mymms , 114-15. Story of Potters Bar , 111. M.R.O., D.R.O. 5/C1/4. Story of Potters Bar , 119; Brittain , South Mymms , 146.

    South Mimms Social life

    's Dir. Mdx . ( 1902 ). Char. Com. file. Ex inf. the sec. Ex inf. the sec. Potters Bar , Official Guide [ 1972 ] . Story of Potters Bar , 76. Ex inf. Mrs. H. M. Baker .

    South Mimms Protestant nonconformity

    at Potters Bar Spiritualist church, Hill Rise , in 1972 . 64 In 1938 the Cranborne Gospel mission was founded by the local Free Church Council to provide a Sunday school for the housing estates in western Potters Bar .

    South Mimms Local government

    Inqs . 1889-97 , 17, 24, 29; Story of Potters Bar , 110; Brittain , South Mymms , 116. Potters Bar , Official Guide [ 1972 ] . Story of Potters Bar , 103. Lond. Govt. Act, 1963, c. 33.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dauring the week :-International Mid-Channel Tele- graph--capital £125,000., in il0. shares; Anglo- Maltese Hydraulic Dock-capital £150,000., in £20. shares; Potters Bar Gas and Coke-capital £C,000., in£5. shares; H. IL Baines and Co. --capital £2.5,000., in £10. shares; Anglo-Russian-capital £2,000,000., in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ivy Honsue, Ganwiek, Potter's Bar, Herts. Breeder, the Rev. J. Cumming bactdona. " 3Ioltke." Age,. 4 years and o months. Class 71,-ST, BUNesAscns (Rongh-coated)-Bitehies.- 1st: Exhibiter, Str. D. E. Setost, M.D., Ivy Honuse, Gao- wiclr, Potters Bar, Harts, Breeder, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V. Wood, and WNillialm 11. Shcltcpear, Liverpool, Ira. provenisents in trails stgnaltitg. Dateui October 130, 1875. Harriet S. Paget, Potters Bar, improvemlnlts ill prlntnli ornaenta andotier designs sepon china, wood, iron, paper, silk, canva, asnd otber siilar fabricos. Danted October Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green, Muswell ilil, ci ty ottenharn, Finichley, Edmonton, Fryornliernet, Southgate, di he Enfield, Hadley, otherwise Moulken Hadley, Ganwicic Corner,u Potters Bar, and Miulion Lane. in the counity of Middlesex w Whetstone, South Miimis otherwise Mimel, Cock Forsters, and C, :nBarnet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hac.Wood Green, AowllI Hill, semit Tottenham, Finchley, fimonton, Fryern ldraei Sout igate, Ca~se Euifield, Hadley otherwise Monken, Hadley, anlcCrfecoun Potters Bar, and Mutton Lane. in the county fMdlsx Asht Whetstone, South Nlinms otherwise Mfime, Coc sea n ctun Earniet otherwise Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, December 1537, 15-25, 01 December 1537-31 December 1537

    his budget; but being told in Cheapside that his brother had left London, he went the same day to Potters Bar and thence to Baldock, where he lodged at the sign of the Taberd, and to Owndell again; all which

    Index, P, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    1068. Pott , Thos., II. 696 (2). Potter , Ambrose, I. 1268 -, or Porter, Robt., I. 1131, 1245. Potters Bar , Midd., II. 1247. Potton , Beds., II. g. 1311 (20). Potton , Roger, prior of Elsingspittle See London,

    Sessions, 1617, 14 and 16 July, 13 July 1616-15 July 1617

    Came and discharged: James Symmes of Bedfont to answer. p .434. Respited by writ of privilege: Simon Flexmore of Potters Bar, gentleman, "was chosen High Constable and because he is an Attorny at the Common law and upon promise to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUNTER, John (?1724-1802), of Gubbins, nr. Potters Bar, Herts.

    of Gubbins, nr. Potters Bar, Herts. Constituency Dates Leominster 1784 June 1797 Ofifces Held Dir. E.I. Co. 1781-d., dep. chairman 1794-5. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Herts, 1780-1. Biography Hunter retained his seat for Leominster after a contest in 1790 and remained

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

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    WILLIAM JOHNSON, Theft, 13/09/1815

    running right round the field; there is no path goes near my garden. MARTHA BATEMAN . I live at Potters Bar , and saw the prisoner jump over the pales, and jump back again with the shirt. I told Styles,

    WILLIAM GREEN, Theft, 30/11/1814

    of Ann Darnell widow , in her dwelling-house . ANN DARNELL . I am a widow; I live at Potters Bar ; I keep a small public-house there, it is in the parish of South Mims . On Saturday, the

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