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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Perivale Churches

    is approached through a timber lychgate, erected in 1904 , and by a footpath which continues southward across the River Brent . The churchyard is surrounded on three sides by the course of the Ealing Golf Club. The church, one

    Perivale Introduction

    one mile from north to south and ¾ mile from east to west, and contained 633 a. 3 The River Brent formed the southern parish boundary and the boundary of Ossulstone hundred. The other three sides were bounded by Gore

    The hundred of Gore THE HUNDRED OF GORE

    The hundred of Gore lies north of the River Brent on the Hertfordshire boundary of Middlesex . Bisected by Watling Street , it is bounded by Elthorne hundred on the west and by Ossulstone to the south and east. 1

    The hundred of Elthorne THE HUNDRED OF ELTHORNE

    on the north and west. In 1881 it covered 36,297 acres. 1 The whole hundred is west of the River Brent , except for the small parish of Hanwell , which lies on its east bank. The southern part of

    Greenford Manors

    united. It seems probable therefore that the abbey lands lay in the south of the parish, contiguous to the River Brent . By 1293 the manorial demesne included a house and 80 acres of arable in Hanwell . 76 Farther

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Three of the attendants immediately pursuedI him, but he outran them, climbed over the boundary fence, plunged into the River Brent to ford it, and was drowned. An attendant named Higginbottom was the first to arrive at the river, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    artist is to depict, -Atheieim. The body of a man named Gidley, living at Edgw.vre, was foulud in the River Brent, near Silk Bridge, Hendon, on Saturday. Deceased had been stabbed in two places in the abdonmen, whichl it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is a. free port, and the Trent eampties itself into the Humober. above that town. Within fcrny years the River Brent was navigable to the town of Burton, and s'r suOally none], bt-o, lika many other inland waterways, the coon' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ont of thesouse. I believe she was in a trance then, because I hear she walked right into the River Brent. She got out again, though, and walked home herself on the Sunday. - I was not at home when Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at a point shoot four hundred and sixty yards southward of the place where the slaid coedl ermoes the ;River Brent, and termi- e oigb ajnte witls lbs Edgeware-reod, at a point about oeisa n hundred end fiftyyards Ioub.eaotwerd of Subscribers-only content

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