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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Clapton High Street , Homerton , c . 1830

    , and those names soon passed into general use. 84 Hackney Lane came to be known as Lower and Upper Clapton roads, until in the late 19th century the stretch through the common to Stamford Hill was named Clapton Common

    Hackney Education

    St. Matthew ) at Upper Clapton , St. Augustine , Victoria Park , and St. Michael and All Angels, London Fields . Dissenters were served by Congregational schools in Stoke Newington High Street and Upper Clapton , in addition to

    Hackney Introduction OSSULSTONE HUNDRED

    station, rising slightly along Stoke Newington Road but dipping to remain at below 20 m. south of Dalston junction. Upper Clapton is mainly above 25 m. and Lower Clapton , like Shacklewell , above 20 m. Hackney Downs lies at

    List of illustrations

    , built 1865. From a woodcut, after a drawing by D. Nanny , in H.A.D. 38. Brick Kilns at Upper Clapton c . 1830. From a watercolour in H.A.D. 39. Lea Bridge Mills c . 1845. From a watercolour by

    Hackney Judaism

    after reconstruction 1961, it remained in 1991 . 81 Springfield Synagogue begun 1929, was reg. 1937 at no. 202 Upper Clapton Road . 82 Belonged 1939 to Fed. of Syn., an affiliated member 1991 . Knightland Road Synagogue was reg.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 9fed, a dymunwyd ar Mr. Hugh Edwards, 6, Snowdon - Terrace, Kilburn, a Mr. William Evans, Walsingham -Road, Upper Clapton, i fyned yno i gvnorthwyo yn y gorchwyl. 3. Cafwyd adroddiad gan Mr. Simner o'r drafodaeth ynghylch capel Woolwich-dywedwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. J. Elias Hughes i'w gynulieidfa, yn Wilton Square, "bregeth angladdol" y diweddar Mr. Morgan Morgan, o'r Myr- ties, Upper Clapton, aelod zelog, a diacon ifyddlon o'r eglwys yn y Ile hwnw. Daeth Mr. Morgan i fyny i Lundain o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the-21st last., at St. George's, Hanover-square, Joseph Barretto, Esq., of Portland-place, -to Emily, onlydaughlter of Richard Poits, Esq., of Upper Clapton. Oni the 21st inst., at St. Pancras, Robert Suggate Pretyman, eldest son of Robert Pretymao, Esq., of Stke. near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tailors. Solicitor, Mr Capes, Gray's inn. W. Cather, lIiverpool, merchant, Solicitors, Messrs Battye and Co. Chancery lane. T. Monks, Upper Clapton, bleacher. Solicitor, Mr Willett, Essex street, Strand. - J. Walker, Kenningrion common, Surrey, schoolmaster. Solicitors, Messrs Van Sandau and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    house. C. Sadler and J. Firth, Great Guilford street, Southwark, seed-crushers. Solicitor, Mr Copeland, Gray's inn square. J. Rothwell, Upper Clapton, taveru keeper. Solieitor, Mr Robinson, Walbrook. W. Cammack, Coppice row, Clerkenwell, timber merchant. Soliciter, Mr CiiftHolborn court, Gray's inn. Subscribers-only content

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

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    JACOB JONAS, Theft, 09/01/1782

    up two trunks to carry to Upper Clapton , I keep the King's Arms there, and I keep one of the short stages; they were to be carried to Mr. Rigby's, at Upper Clapton, I tied them on behind the

    ROBERT JOHNSON, Theft, 11/09/1782

    Dodd . JAMES DODD sworn. The 16th of last July I was at work in my master's garden, at Upper Clapton , about five or six in the afternoon this old man went up into the upper garden, where I

    JOHN WILLOUGHBY, Theft, 13/01/1796

    Giles and Edward Giles . EDWARD GILES sworn. I deal in corn and coals, and keep a wharf at Upper Clapton ; I live at Stoke-Newington: On the 3d of December, about eight o'clock in the morning, Mr. Grissiths, the

    FRANCES CLEMENTS, Theft, 11/01/1804

    calico, value 15 s. the property of Joseph Birch . JOSEPH BIRCH sworn. - I live at Upper Clapton , and am a calico printer , the prisoner worked for me about two years: On the 12th of December, I

    WILLIAM HARRIS, Theft, 29/05/1811

    partner's names are Thomas Vigne , and Charles Vigne, we are potters , and brick and tile-maker s, at Upper Clapton . The prisoner was in my employ, and the witness Farrow also; the prisoner was an helper in my

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CALVERT, John (?1758-1844), of Albury Hall, Herts.

    the payment due to the last surviving annuitant.[footnote] Albury Hall was sold by his trustees in 1847 to Richard Dawson of Withcall, Lincolnshire, and Patmere Hall, another family property, in the following year to Hugh Parnell of Upper Clapton, Middlesex.[footnote]

  • * British History Online *

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    Papers relating to the National Political Union, (2 of 2)

    Drake, Joseph, 100, Edgeware-road Draycott, F., 27, Duke-st., Bloomsbury Elphinstone, Howard, Eaton-place, Grosvenor-place Franks, Robert, Red-cross-street Fox, Rev. W.J., Upper Clapton Galloway, Alex., West-st., Smithfield Gowan, Capt., Upper Baker-street Harrison, Samuel, 23, Gt. Ormond-st. Harrison, S.B., Temple Hall, Thos., 7,

    Hackney

    anno 1710, and was buried in Hackney-church, but her body was afterwards removed to Homerton. Clapton chapel . At Upper Clapton is a neat chapel, built in the year 1777, by Mr. Devall, for the accommodation of his own tenants

 

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