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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Parks

    site, was called Syon Park East Farm or Syon Hill East Farm . It was demolished when the Great West Road was built. 85 The parks attached to the great houses of Osterley and Syon are discussed below, along with

    Parishes South Ockendon

    From this point a chase runs east to the moated site of the former South Ockendon Hall , and West Road runs through North Ockendon to Rainham and Upminster . East of the main road, both north and south of

    List of illustrations

    Dec. 1950 , p. 1873 " 100 Osterley Park and Stables. Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1932 " 101 Great West Road at Brentford . Photograph by Aerofilms Ltd., 1953, and reproduced by courtesy of the Firestone Tyre and Rubber Co.

    Chiswick Communications CHISWICK c. 1815

    Road 36 and not until 1933 that the bridge over the Thames was ready. Meanwhile part of the Great West Road , opened in 1925 , 37 was formed from Hogarth Lane and the suburban avenues to the west as

    Heston and Isleworth Introduction CRANFORD , HESTON AND ISLEWORTH before the final inclosures in 1818 & 1820

    of the Great West Road . This was opened in 1925 , cutting through the north end of Spring Grove and the hamlet of Lampton , but otherwise crossing virtually open country. The Great South West Road , completing the

  • * British History Online *

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    Declared Accounts, Post Office, 01 October 1715-31 December 1716

    and Robert Russell, his assistant; at 60 l. per an. each 120 0 0 Thomas Sawtell, clerk of the West Road, and Philip Musgrave, his assistant; ditto 120 0 0 William Green, clerk of the Bristol Road and Evan Lewis,

    Entry Book, April 1687, 1-10, 01 April 1687-10 April 1687

    James Hukes [Hickes ] , senr., Clerk of the Chester Road 25 0 0 Mr. Benj. Lambe of the West Road 15 0 0 Mr. John Middleton of the North Road 15 0 0 Mr. Richard Mynores of the Bristol

    Entry Book, June 1688, 21-30, 21 June 1688-30 June 1688

    of Chester Road, 25 l .; Ralph Bednall, second clerk of ditto, 10 l .; Benjamin Lambe of the West Road, 15 l .; Jno. Middleton of the North Road, 15 l .; Richard Minores of the Bristol Road, 15

    Warrant Book, December 1711, 11-20, 01 December 1711-31 December 1711

    of the North Road 60 0 0 Abra. Brooksbank, his assistant 60 0 0 Thomas Sawtell, clerk of the West Road 60 0 0 Philip Musgrave, his assistant 60 0 0 William Green, clerk of the Bristol Road 60 0

    Index, L

    Tipperary), 551. Lamb (Lambe), Anne (Alice), housekeeper to the Post Office, 1284, 1514, 1971. -, Benj., clerk of the West Road in the Post Office, 1283, 1971. -, Ezechiel, tenement, Cerne, Dorset, 1578. -, Patrick, the King's Master Cook, house

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colleges. This will accommodato sixty students. The I thirty who will come into,~residenee immediately will occupy the end next West Road; the mas has apart. c ments on the other side for the present. HTs lodge will I be the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .the effects of -whicb, however, it was hoped he would recover. The rev. gentlesnaiasnw crossing a wide street" the West Road, Scarhorongh lwhea-ha -horse coming along oprang suddenly in o;a ;alopand striking Mr. Oainpball -on the sboulder,'threo hiim heavily poile Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lower, Greenhosuse, and Vinery Gardener, of con- slidereblo experience. Wife a good Laundress.-Addresa, T. W., Mir. J7. Pornter's, Gardener. West Road, Congloton. 03294 WIANTED for Country Married COUPLE, as Groomn*Gardener, V Tead &cok. Also 'Experionced. Shepherd.-Apply, Mtine Pitchsford, 19, Both Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    notified to the magistrate there yesterday that a girl named Amelia Sarah Jefs, aged fifteen, had mysteriously disappeared from West Road, and be feared sbe had been carried off. Two other girls had disappeared at intervals previously from the msme Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Tilbury Railway Works for the past ten years, and he and his wife and children lived happily in West Road, West Ham. It was on the evening of Friday, January 31, that the murdered girl went out to purchase Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 04/05/1741

    sometimes the Uxbridge , sometimes the Kent and Surry , and other Times the West Road . The Particulars whereof would be too tedious to relate. Whatever I got was disposed of by -, who has a Brother a Brazier,

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