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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tottenham Public services

    and nonconformist services. 14 The ground was later enlarged southward almost as far as the churchyard and northwestward over Tottenham Park to White Hart Lane . 15 Burials there included that of the architect William Butterfield (d. 1900), who restored

    Tottenham Manors

    by J. Rawlings of the Middle Temple . 23 When Rawlings was resident in 1843 the grounds were called Tottenham Park , 24 a name applied to the house itself in the 1860s during the occupation of Maj. William James

    Agriculture 1793-1870

    of Ailesbury, there was a lack of capital. This estate was engaged in building a large new hall at Tottenham Park after the Napoleonic Wars with the inflated income of the period. 336 In the early thirties the estate was


    fields which stretched to Chapmans Green , the sole buildings being those of Broadwater and Grainger's farms. West of Tottenham Park , White Hart Lane similarly passed nothing except Tent Farm and a few cottages, while the lane to the

    Parliamentary history 1689-1832

    'Everybody hereabouts agrees that How and Hyde will carry it for the county', wrote Beecher to Lord Bruce from Tottenham Park on 8 November 1714 . 'We hear that Sir E. Ernly and Pitt set up against them.' 23 It

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'S. ilus aughen Brothers, Dartmouth Sitreet, Birmitngham. ;TicnsarN-On the 26th tilt, at the tewidencc of. her eon-In-law, bhe ,e Tottenham Park, nea l onden, in her 97th year. Marg Ann, relict teen of Patrick Tretent, late of Biroilughamn acd LIve Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G, E, Harcourt Vernon, late M.P. for Newark, who died on Friday night at the Marquis of Ailesbury's seat, Tottenham Park, near Mfalborough, from rheumatic fever. The lamented gentleman was the eldest son of Mr. Granville Harcot Vernon, son of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after a short and severe illness. The Marquis and Marchioness of Ailes- bury reached Paris on 'Wednesday last from Tottenham Park, Wilts, having been summoned by the dangerous illness of the earl and were with him at his dissolution. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from business about 20 years ago. DEAkTH OF THE MARQUIS OF AILESEUIly.-This nobleman died on the 4th inst., at Tottenham Park, near Marlborough, Wilts. The Marquis had been in declining health for three years. The deceased Charles Brudenell Bruce, ;arquis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Prince Alfred. i TER PRiNCE OF WALES.-His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales returned, on Monday evening, from Tottenham Park, the seat of the Marquis and Marqhioness of Ailesbury, whom he had been visiting since Friday; and r the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    478. Thistlethwayt , Benedict, Farmer of Excise, Hants (1668), 858, 880. -, John, of Winterslow, Wilts, 858. -, Peregrine, Tottenham Park, Wilts, 858. Thody , Mr. (Boston coinage money), 271. Thom , Richard, 534. Thomas , Arnold, 488. -, Gilbert,

    Appendix III, 01 May 1667-31 August 1671

    at 3,900 l. per an . rent; advance quarter and interest ut supra ; securities proposed, Peregrine Thistlethwaite of Tottenham Park, co. Wilts, esq., Philip Calvey of Kensington, co. Middlesex, merchant, and John Rives of Drayton, co. Southampton; said Farmers

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