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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fylingdales

    due to the extinction of this industry. 8 There are brick and tile-wor ks at High Normanby and at Quarry Hill , Raw . The chief crops raised are barley and oats; most of the land is in pasture. The

    Parishes Grays Thurrock GRAYS TOWN CENTRE c. 1897

    difficulties it finally closed in 1910 . Quarry Hill county junior and infant schools, Bradleigh Avenue and Dell Road , were opened in 1884 as a board school for 640 on Quarry Hill . 451 The school received annual government

    Parishes Shalford

    usually known now as Cyder House Cottage. In the last house of the parish on the lefthand side of Quarry Hill on the road into Guildford , John Bunyan is said to have held a meeting. Neolithic implements and a

    The borough of Guildford Introduction and castle

    1882 an iron bridge had been built lower down near the railway station. The foot-bridge at the foot of Quarry Hill , built by subscription, was opened 25 August 1909 . The King's Mills must from their description as 'in

    Townships Old and New Accrington

    school-chapel at Green Haworth . In recent years a number of new churches have been erected. Christ Church , Quarry Hill , was built in 1840 -1 70 ; the patronage is vested in five trustees. The iron mission church

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the latter being the donation of Ricbard Pollen, Esq. of that place. The new church of St Mary's, at Quarry Hill, near Leeds, was con- secrated on Friday, by his Grace the Arcbbishop of the Province.- [From a whole columua Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blind Asylum, the Children's t Hospital at Pendlebury, and the Macclesfield Ragged i Sc;hool.-Of Mr. Herbert Knowles, late of Quarry Hill, X Reigate; personalty over :50,000.--Of Mr. Gee. Staunton Lyneh-Staunton, late of Clydagh, Galway, and of Oak- hurst, (heltenham ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dlt., at Glonsassley, Sntherland, Calther.ue Nixon, for many years the faithful servant and attached friend of Mrs. Canrter, of Quarry Hill, Sussex. andt afterwards of Mrs. Flower, of Avoohank, Stratford-On-Avon. Pr:anoTT.-On the 6th inst., after a lingering illness, at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    first S eeting .............,.11 Sheeplerd acld Sons, Birmingham, wholesale statioliere, adjd. last exiln. sind dis ........ 11 C. 11falTiseis, Leak, hardlware dealer, adjd. last exam. and dis . .... 11 J. MAanning, Quarry Hill 13ank, tailor, order of dis. 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eant hrierley Hill, autid. lirst Iilieetiiig.............................14 Shmpblerdl iimd Sonls, Birusinglamn, whlolesiale statioiiers, adud. last Craisin, and die ..........................11 C. Ilarrisosi, Leeks, hardware denier, iljii. last q~xamn. aind dus. .:11 J. Maiiiing, Quarry Hill Banh, tailor, Oyster of dis . ........1 Subscribers-only content

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