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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fulbourn Fulbourn c. 1800

    opening. 29 Three public houses were recorded from c . 1770: the Plough and Crown, renamed from 1776 the Six Bells , occupies a four-bayed timber-framed house of 16th-century origin with a jettied first floor rising over a coach entrance,

    Willesden Social and cultural activities

    The Times , 19 June 1913 ; Grange Mus ., gen. files, Neasden Lane , Six Bells ; photo. files, Neasden Lane , Six Bells (NL 1254). M.R.O., EA/WIL, no. 831; Messeder Road Map ( 1749 ); Grange Mus .,

    Woodstock Buildings Woodstock : Key to Buildings Section The Marlborough Arms C. 1770

    16 Oxford Street was paid by victuallers in the early 18th century, and by 1728 the house was the Six Bells ; 89 the Bennet family owned at until the later 18th cen tury. 90 John. Wagstaff , publican 1768-77

    Parishes Guilden Morden

    the Six Bells by the church, re corded by 1801 , 33 and the Three Tuns on the high street, opened by 1851 . 34 The village feast was held at each in alternate Julys. The Six Bells closed between

    Introduction Introduction

    and in 1767 a member of the Tredwell family had an inn which by 1779 was known as the Six Bells . 5 By 1845 it was called the Ring o' Bells and was in business in 1997 . 6

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Edmund Lodge

    was declared, by the Board of General Purposes, not to exist in 1853. Meeting Places [Place unknown], Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1772 Six Bells, Chequer Square, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1800 Angel Inn, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1809

    Royal Edwin Lodge

    Meeting Places Sun, Norwich Street, Fakenham, Norfolk 1765 Red Lion, Market Place, Fakenham, Norfolk 1766 White Hart, White Hart Street, Thetford, Norfolk 1782 Angel, Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1789 Six Bells, Chequer Square, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk 1803

    St. Luke's Lodge

    Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London 1786 Orange Coffee House, Queen Street, Chelsea, London 1808 Phoenix, Smith Street, Chelsea, London 1813 Six Bells, King's Road, Chelsea, London 1817 Red House, College Street, Chelsea, London 1818 White Horse, Church Street, Chelsea, London 1819

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penycle a Wadn- Id lwv d, Plts Newydd, Tredegar; Rhymni, New- f- bridge, Crymlyn, Bargoed; Cymydogaeth Aber- id tileri; Six Bells; y wlad o awngvlch Pontypool; Y y cwna eang cyfoethog o Penycae i Casnewydd. lir Hynyna am y De. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a T. C. Phillips i fyned i edrych y darn tir a gynygir i adeilada capel arno gerliaw y Six Bells. Dewiswyd y Parchn. A. Davies, T. C. Phillips, a Mri John Rees Morgan, Pontnewyn- ydd, a John Griffiths, Brynmawr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ofyn ganddo, er nad ydym yn barod ar hyn o bryd i adeiladu capel neu ysgoldy yn y Six Bells, ger Aber- tileri, i sefyll at ei addewid i roddi i ni ddarn o dir yno ir amcan hwnw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 15. Llywyddwyd gan y Parch. John Evans, Abercaro. Gosodwyd ar y Parch. J. E. Rhys ofalu am brydles Six Bells, a'ichyf- lwyno yn ddiogel i'r safe. Cadarnhawyd penderfyn- iadan y pwyllgor sydd a gofal yr achos yn Mhontygof. Ceisiwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfeillion Casbach i'w cynorthwyo i ddewis bugail. Mr. Morris ye ryyultydd. Penderfynwyd fod y pwyllgor adeiladu i fyned i Six Bells ynelyn a darn a dir sydd yno yn p6rthyn i'r Cyfundeb. Eewyd y cadeirydd, yr ,, ysgrifenydd, y gweinidog, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1734 (nos 695-778)

    . John Tennant applyed to have a License to keep the Ale house at the Sign of th e Six Bells in Church Street in the room of Mary Philpott. Agreed That he be Licensed at the next General meeting

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1752 (nos 1076-1108)

    thereof. 8 [ See 1100 ] . 1097 . William Smethergill applyed for leave to draw Drink at the Six Bells in Church Street in the room of Hester Tennant removed Which the Justices will consider off and he was

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