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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Charities for the poor

    consisted of two exhibitions tenable at the Greenway secondary school. 57 Under the 1825 inclosure award 4 a. on Uxbridge Moor were allotted to the Uxbridge poor. One acre was sold in 1903 and the proceeds invested in £313 stock.

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Churches

    chapelry district became a separate parish. Eleven years later the new parish of St. John was formed from the Uxbridge Moor area of Hillingdon . A chapel of ease at Yiewsley was consecrated in 1858 , and in 1874 1

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Education

    auspices of the National Society. 9 Initially the school accommodated 28 boys and 62 girls, drawn chiefly from the Uxbridge Moor district; 10 but the premises appear to have been extended about 1865, and in 1903 there were 157 pupils.

    Cowley Introduction

    the east. 2 It was entirely surrounded by Hillingdon parish , of which the town of Uxbridge itself and Uxbridge Moor , which separated Cowley from Buckinghamshire on the west, formed part. Within the triangle formed where the Pinn and

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Introduction HILLINGDON PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1825 UXBRIDGE c . 1935

    Road as far as Colham Manor Farm where it turned to flow eastward out of the parish. Excavations on Uxbridge Moor began in May 1793 , 75 and the Middlesex se ction of the canal was completed by 1796 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out with the foxhounds on the following day, and was at his post with his hounds yesterday week, at Uxbridge Moor, although the deer was not uncarted, in consequence of the dense fog. It is now confidently stated that Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this reservoir last week, pr it Miss Matilda Brew, aged,.26, aaught -r of, Malor are I. Brew, residing on Uxbridge Moor, bsbe~o~tsfrm trial on three citargree of obtaining goods fro trdeme r1 y' in Uxbridge under false pretences. She is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    does not apply to Deaths and Marriages abroad or in the Colonirde Marr~ingeo. BAnRrw--mINLEy.-July 12th, at St. John's church, Uxbridge Moor, by t-e Bev. J. lilton, incumbent, Charles Oxtoloy, eldest eoa of tho late David Barker, of Shipton, neacrYork, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to St. ii John's, Hammersmith; R. Leman, to St. Paul's, Camden a New Town; W. Leveson, to St. John's, Uxbridge Moor. S By the Bishop of Chester-Rev. W. H. Illngworth, " L.Th., to St. John the Baptist, Knutsford. I By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hlamilton TRomb, Cookstowvn, to Letitin, third daughter of the late Joseph Hegan, Anuagh, Sarudholes. W-ISE-HILTOX-August '2S. at St. John's, Uxbridge Moor, by the Pev. 'T. a. Barker, MA., Wso. Wise to M;ildred Ann, daughter of the IRev. A. D. Hlilton, Subscribers-only content

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