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You searched for: Place: "Stamford Hill", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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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

    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,

    Stoke Newington Growth: London Road

    described as newly erected. 96 Manor Road had been driven westward from Stamford Hill by 1827 97 and Thomas Maughan had built semidetached houses fronting Stamford Hill by 1829 , although his plan for a terrace between them and Hackney

    Tottenham Roman catholicism

    glass from the old church, and adjoins a parish hall. 15 In the south Jesuits established a college at Stamford Hill in 1894 16 and registered the chapel of St. Ignatius, on the west side of High Road, in 1896

    Hackney Communications HACKNEY COMMUNICATIONS

    Clapton Common to reach Stamford Hill . The lane from Dalston to Hackney was mentioned in 1553 ; 35 Clapton Street occurred in 1378 and 1581 36 and as the 'back road' from Stamford Hill to Hackney in 1722 .

  • * 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

    Index, S

    Chancellor, 462. his court at Kirkby Malzeard [Yorks ] , 470. Stanley (Standley), Sir William, 431. Stantford Hill. See Stamford Hill [Hackney, London ] . Stanwell [co. Middx. ] , 247. Staperr , Richard. See Stapers, Richard. Stapers , Mr,

    Index, L - Z

    heretic burnt at, 95 Stamford , William, made a serjeant, 27, 327; knighted, 342; his funeral, 172; note, 366 Stamford hill , accident to the duke of Norfolk at, 139 Standing , for shooting deer at Nonsuch, 206; note, 405

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    goes regularly on Mondays to lirixton. Clapharn, and Kenninglon; en Tuesdays to Islingtn, llighgate, and Hampstead; en Thursdays to Stamford Hill ard Edmonton; on Fridays to the W~est End of the'uwn; and on Satnidays to Hornerton, Hackneyj Clapton, and Dalston- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter-On the 18th, at Applecross lHouse, Lady Middleton, of a son. MARRIAGES -On the lotb, at St Tlomas Church, Stamford hill, by the Rev. F. WV. Kingsford, Joseph Allen, of Stoke Newington and Xbchuirch lame, City, to Mary Mason, youngest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    127, lagly Rcad. c1456 : IOOK (Man), thoroughly experienced, comnptent in nil brancsles, V wilth econony.-Chef 34, Minster Ioed, Stamford Hill, London, N. clB7 gJOOKS, Housenualds, Nurses; numbers Wanted. Birminghamn, London, all parts, Good sstuations,-Aird's Registry, 70, Now Street. . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    13, Cannon Streat. c1355 . OOIC (Man), thoroughly experiensced, competent in all branches, i With economy-Chef, 14, Minster. Soad, Stamford Hill, London, N. o887- (YOOI.(good Plain) Wonted. Most lhave good refereoces,-Aply, C Delgprae Hotel, Moseley Road. el8S7 (OOIO (good Plaini Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d29ll M OQRTAR-MAG'iIETole Sold, eha HaRnd-antiing ia.Mortar M acti~ aiurhaving no fute "uefrItA ly iSThu Laurels, Alkias hedCreznoss Rioad, Stamford Hill, - L-oilo, W. aOILER (4-hlorse Verticali. by Tangyc : 6&borsc Engine and Boiler .: cin blued. S'42.--Stcldstg, Ercineer._Dudley Load. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Journal of steam transport & husbandry, 1834

    requiring sue process. Six months; December 6 . Ernst Wolff , late of Leeds , merchan but now of Stamford Hill , Middlesex , gent for a mode or modes of supplying stove with heated air, without bellows or blow Subscribers-only content

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