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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Newington and Stamford Hill Newington Common c . 1830

    Hackney Newington and Stamford Hill NEWINGTON AND STAMFORD HILL NEWINGTON AND STAMFORD HILL consisted of those parts of Hackney which lay along the high road north of Shacklewell , on the east side of what became Stoke Newington High Street

    Hackney Judaism

    Israel syn., no. 97 Stamford Hill 1956-60 , no. 2 Colberg Pl. 1975 99 and, as Ahavat Israel D'Chasidey Vishnitz, no. 89 Stamford Hill from 1976 ; Beth Hamedrash D'Chasidey Gur, no. 95 Stamford Hill by 1959 and reg. at

    Stoke Newington Charities for the poor

    charity £110 of the £250 endowment in 1965 . By will dated 1802 Ann, widow of Henry Sanford of Stamford Hill , left part of the residue of her personal estate to be invested by the minister and churchwardens. From

    Stoke Newington Communications

    Street 30 and later, 31 from north to south, Stamford Hill , High Street , and Stoke Newington Road . Responsibility for the road was assigned in 1713 to Stamford Hill turnpike trust 32 and in 1826 to its successor,

    Edmonton Judaism

    and Farm Road in 1963 . A Jewish youth centre, Southgate Habonim, originated in 1962 as a branch of Stamford Hill Habonim. It met in a British Legion hall in Nursery Road, Southgate , and afterwards as a small group

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of King Charles I.

    Silver Lace, (the Colours of the City) with Javelins and Feathers , and Four Trumpeters, rode as far as Stamford Hill , between Newington and Tottenham , (where they lay the Night before.) Who, after they had done their respective

  • * British History Online *

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    Aldermen

    and 500 Citizens of London, well mounted, clad in velvet coats, and chains of gold, met the King at Stamford Hill, on the 7th of May, 1603, and conducted him to the Charterhouse. He attended, with the Aldermen and twelve

    Introduction

    to good effect in any dispute with the property owner. Thus Nathaniel Roberts, thrown out of his ale-house on Stamford Hill, was able (albeit briefly) to make trouble for his successor who had no licence ( 1080, 1086 ), whilst

    Index, L - Z

    874 F. (d. 1739), 359 Fran., 357 Francis ( ? another ), 1117 M. (d. 1738), 358 Nathaniel, of Stamford Hill, xxvi, 1080 Robert, carman, of St. James, Clerkenwell, 672, 675 S. (d. 1740), 360 Robertson A. (d. 1741), 360

    Index, A - K

    of Mare Street, 844, 864 John, of Landholders, 1042 Marsh, of Homerton, 992 Mary, 248, 285, 297 Matthew, of Stamford Hill, of Newington, 901, 1030 Rob., 283 Thos. (d. 1737), 357 Thomas ( ? same ), gardener, of Clapton, 57,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 25, April 1738, 21-30, 21 April 1738-30 April 1738

    and others: With a Bill, intituled, "An Act for repairing the Road from Shoreditch Church, through Hackney , to Stamford Hill , and cross Cambridge Heath , over Bednal Green , to the Turnpike at Mile End , in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynulliad mawr o bobl. Cydhwynodd yr orymdaith o dy y trancedig yn fuan wedi deuddeg o'r gloch, am gapel Stamford Hill, yr hwn oeld bron yn annioddefol, o lawn. Cv- merwyd yr arch i lawryma, a gosodwyd ef ar yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .or Roberts, Skinner, Oswestry, ft Miss Sarah Jones, hyd uahaf, Bala. arCr THOMA-S-COBB.-Ar y l9eg cynfisol, yn nghapeC eal Stamford Hill, Llundain, gan y Parch. T. Waveling,; a D.. aimab y diweddar David Thomas, Ysw4' ye -0 Staniand, unig fench Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &e. goes regularly on Mondays to Brixtin, Claphamntand lienuingion; on Tuesdays to Isliuglon, Highgale, and Hampotead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of ete Town; and on Saturdays to HomBrton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to Brxten, Claybam, and Kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Highgate, and Hampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regolarly on Moodays to BDis-ton, Clapham, and kennington; on Tuesdays to Islington, Hlighgate, .and Hampstead; on Thursdays to Stamford Hill and Edmonton; on Fridays to the West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Clapton, and'Dalsotn; Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Stamford Hill Lodge

    Port Natal Masonic Temple, Berea Road, Durban, Natal Province, South Africa 1950 Port Natal Masonic Hall, Smith Street, Durban, Natal Province, South Africa 1931 Inanda Masonic Hall, Stamford Hill, Durban, Natal Colony 1903 Stamford Hill , Durban, Natal Colony 1901

 

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