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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Roman catholicism

    new residents of Stroud Green had no desire to retain links with the mission at Eden Grove , in less prosperous Holloway . 88 In 1892 they formed a committee, which in 1893 , as Stroud Green Catholic association, began

    Hornsey , including Highgate Education

    with the building of Harringay , Stroud Green , and Campsbourne schools. By 1900 there were vacancies at Highgate and Muswell Hill , although places were still short at Harringay . Stroud Green school had been sited well south of

    West Drayton Roman catholicism and old catholics

    to have been that of the Revd. Alexander Scoles , 52 who also designed a church at Tollington Park, Stroud Green , 53 but it was attributed by Kelly 's Directory , in 1870 , to Willson and Nicholls of

    Islington Undenominational missions

    Rd., Highbury Vale , 18 84, closed by 1896 ; 37 Finsbury Pk. mission to poor children, no. 33 Stroud Green Rd., 1910, closed by 1954 ; 38 Gifford Rd ., Caledonian Rd., 1918, in former Cong. mission hall, closed

    Standish Introduction

    by no means nucleated, is described above. 40 In the same part of the parish are Stroud Green and Arlebrook . Stroud Green comprises 7 houses, including Stock's Farm, a brick farm-house, gabled and formerly L -shaped with a stone

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ion allont fod yn bresenol mewn cyfarfod o'r fath ddyddiau'r. Eisteddfod. Garn Dyvi, T. WOODWAaD OWES, Cornwall. Rd., Ysgrifenydd. Stroud Green, N. AT OLYGYDD Y "GOLEUAD." Syr,-Yr wyf ye dymuno cael lle i'r ddau ymholiad canlynol yn y rhifyn nesaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tjjo'mals. Bedlinog; Parch. J. Morgan Jones, Caer- drd: Parch. Glyilfab Williams, Llanbedr; Parch, IV. C. Eha, 17, Cornwall Raad, Stroud Green, undain r. H Tobit Evaus, .., Caerfyr- dio; Ienadur J. Lewis, I.H., Drefach; Llwyd rp Iran; J. B. Evans, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    711b, Nt'stosts-'otteridgo Handicapt, 1.0; Fortis GI 3-l) I ifiitti 2.0: Ilacing, 2.10; Al11exiandra ilan1di- 7N 1eaile Sellintg, 3.30 ; Stroud Green, 40. FrLATEST LONDON BETTING. 0 he Ptg Atl'alhiofreredl ; take 0 to I.- 2, 2 .liten Alder-taken. 4 k Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e~~~ir~~~~teiseredtlec-a raes MARRIED. BAxr',eYx-PA7TER~s,z05-On the 16th lost., at Erdiarton, Congre- gastloasi Chereb, Fcemy A., son of J. A. Balleny, Stroud Green, N., so itziect Edith Patterson, niece of Joshua Trtrnaot, Erilington. TitoesmsJnAasoN-Oo theollth inst., at Acton Villa Chapel (by thr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on comrsoieion. Novelty Wor light article preferred, Would be willing to travel in town. Good references.-Agent, 71, Victoria Eoad Stroud Green, London. X. WA~iE, Representative for Ainsanaclis, Chrome, and Corn- nmercial Printing; must know the trade and have a good Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 177, December 15-31, 1630, 15 December 1630-31 December 1630

    Relates what he had done in reference to two assaults upon carts carrying corn to Reading, the one at Stroud Green, Greenham, in the parish of Thatcham, and the other in the parish of Speen. In conjunction, first with Thomas Subscribers-only content

    Index, S - Z

    " , Thomas alias John, 204 Stringer , Paul, 203, 204 " , see Strynger "Strophiolum," see Apparel, Scarf Stroud Green , co. Midd., 61, 62 Strowde , . . . .,123 " , Stephen, 224 Strynger , Bridget, 262

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

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    Thomas Baxter, Theft, 20/05/1686

    for breaking and entering the House of Joseph Mons , of Stroud Green in the same parish, in the Night-time and breaking open three Chests, taking thence a Campaign Coat, value 5 s. one Alamode Hood, value 2 s. 6

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