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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Ham Education

    1902 had places for 1,340. It was reorganized in 1945 for mixed juniors and infants. Upton Cross primary school, Plashet Road . Upton Cross board school was opened in 1885 with places for 1,200. Some of its early pupils came

    West Ham Manors and estates

    of West Ham . Nothing is known about the manor-house of Sudbury . The UPTON 'MANOR' estate extended from Upton Cross south to Plaistow village, and east to Green Street . 163 It belonged to Henry Hinde , from whom

    West Ham Domestic buildings

    House was St. Peter's vicarage. 79 It was demolished in 1968 . The Manor (or Four Manor ) House, Upton Cross , demolished c . 1885, was the seat of the Pellys. 80 Herne House , Upton Lane , was

    West Ham Introduction WEST HAM (SOUTH) AND EAST HAM (SOUTH), 1965

    junction of Upton Lane , Portway , and Plashet Lane was known, at least from the 16th century, as Upton Cross . 73 Around and to the north of the Cross were several country houses, including Ham House in its

    West Ham Churches

    the advowson of the vicarage being vested in the Church Patronage Society. 181 The church of ST. PETER , Upton Cross , Upton Lane , originated as a mission in Pelly Road, in connexion with St. Mary , Plaistow .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the cargo in the foreboid. Three mrnc; wico were injured have been landed at Copenhagen. The boys of the Upton Cross Board School, Forest Gate, onl Monday serenaded Mr, George F. Reot, the American composer, at tie house of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a bazar at the to Town Hall, Stratford, in aid of the building fund of St. :r. Pefer's Church, Upton Cross. Mr. R.. Chamberlain has bean appointed chairman of a In Committee, which is to maet on Tuesday, June 14, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dress nunierous mreetings in different parts of thn division. Sir Fredericfk Wills (UnioniStl on Mon- d-ar s~p ke at Upton Cross and Persilva, being ac- coide-d a quiet and courteous hearing itbot:h places. but gt Pensilva he wes subuject to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1U47. LIST 1. General Game Certificates, at £4. 0.--. 10«f. Abbott John, Frainlingham Cross Henry, Hemley Abbott Wiiliara, Upton Cross Henry, jun., B >xtea Ablewhite H.,Capel St. Mary Cross George, Martlesham Acheson Lird, Worlingham* Cross Robert, Seiner Adair Hugh E., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THOMAS EVANS. Witness -HENRY DODD. April 4th, 1879. 1244 NOTICE. ALL Persons having CLAIMS against JAMES EDWARDS, Esq., of Upton Cross, are requested to send them in to R. H. Clutterbuck, Esq., Solicitor, Bank Chambers, Carlisle. CHESHIRE & STAFFORDSHIRE AUDIT Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    West Ham

    of Green-street; and the tithes of Westney, as far as the parish church of Westham; and from thence by Upton Cross, and so by Portway to the south end of the highway called Green-lane." Records in the Augmentation-office. Ibid. He

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