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You searched for: Place: "Stamford Hill", Source type: Local Records

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  • * British History Online *

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    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


    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

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    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

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    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,

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    , A Tame, 223 Staines , co. Midd., 250 " , Mosham's End in, 155 Stambridge. Robert , 265 Stamford Hill , Ancient Footway near, blocked, 264 Stanbridge , John, 143 " , Richard, 47 Standard , The, in Cheap,

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

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    John Bromley, John Orton, Theft, Theft, Theft, 22/02/1738

    Bolt, value 2 d. the Goods of John Britton , Jan 7 . Thomas Ward . I live at Stamford Hill , in the Parish of Hackney. On Christmas-Day in the Morning, between 1 and 2, the back Part of

    WILLIAM TAYLOR, Theft, 14/01/1807

    I heard a strange noise, as if something was being ripped up, at the back of my walk at Stamford hill . I and another watchman made away to the noise, and there we saw a man rolling up some

    George Tremble, Violent Theft, Violent Theft, 22/02/1769

    23d of January, between six and seven in the evening, a man rode up to my chariot window, between Stamford Hill and the Seven Sisters at Tottenham ; there were two ladies in the chariot with me: he was mounted

    Ordinary's Account, 02/07/1739

    whom they so terrified with their Pistols, that they suffered themselves to be robbed of about 11 l. At Stamford Hill they stopped a Man with a Basket of Pears; upon searching him they found but 18 d. which they

    Ordinary's Account, 03/10/1750

    near Kingsland Turnpike . 5, 6. Two Horses out of a Field, and rode through Kingsland Turnpike , towards Stamford Hill . 7, 8, 9. Three Horses in one Night, one off the Common near Busby Causeway , near Finchley

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