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You searched for: Place: "West Hill", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ardingly PARISH CHURCH of ST. PETER ARDINGLY

    West Hill , a spur of the Forest Ridge 340 ft. high, about a mile north-west of the church, has a group of houses partly in Ardingly and partly in Balcombe . Lullings , the modern name for West Hill

    Easton EASTON IN THE EARLIER 19TH CENTURY

    Hill field measured 210 a., West Hill field 113 a.; to the north East Clay field measured 112 a., Middle Clay 100 a., and West Clay 93 a. Between East Hill field and West Hill field lay the farm down,

    Parishes Balcombe

    the house suggests that possibly some walls of an earlier building are incorporated in the present one. Edmonds Farm, West Hill , is an early-15th-century house facing approximately south. The much-cambered tie-beam of the middle roof-truss of the hall is

    Parishes Wandsworth

    now very much built over about the West Hill , but still preserving some open ground to the south where Putney Heath and Wimbledon Park extend within its borders. On West Hill is the Royal Hospital for Incurables, which occupies

    Hornsey , including Highgate Highgate Highgate in 1873

    Walk, a bridle path connecting the top of Highgate West Hill with the bottom of Swain's Lane in the 18th century but closed in 1904 , 86 and Highgate West Hill . The last was of unknown origin but presumably

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, i3lirm. clild Ij OUSHIIEEPE Gt (good Working), for BelalnegS HDUSee; middle kLI aged widow preferred.-Mr. Horre, Ths Fire, West Hill, Hednesford.- a29,154 YXOUS]EKEEPRR (Working) Wanted, truatworihy' H to 35; 1.1 business houas; widower; young men kept; one otbecrecrvant. Good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    172,Se'riock'Streat, Iirni. e2936 I doursEKEEFER igeod Working), for Business House; middle- ~ L aced widow prefcrrid.-Odre. Harria, The Fire, West Hill, Hedneaford. eH945 n TI[OUSEKEEPER (Workine) Wanted, trusatworthy; 20 to 29; I.Lbuainess houee; widower; young men kept; ore atheriervoat. Good Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thi Matron, ItiEso RN~W, l2t, Broad Street; the ,feii-uiale Ojfii'e; allit by tile Hon. Seretar;y, Mrs. H. W. TmrsNDAlI, West Hill, Embghastoe. * 154 ELOCUTION. 1%ifR. JAMES BENNETT begs to announce, in M.I reply to the mi umerous mpplications which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq., M.D., Atishor of ' ood aud itsAdultera- tions," 74, Wimpole Street. Bllenjam int Ilewdersot,, eisq., I, Spenicer Villas, West Hill RBad, Wantdsworth. Johis H. Pepper, Esqn. (Prof. of Chlemistry, and lIost. Director, Poly- telbitic), hortes, Ioalse. Kilbusrn Priory. MIsljor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lassall, Esc. M.D., Author of "Food and its Adultera- tions," 74, Wimpole Street. Benjamin Henwerson, Esq., 1, Spencer Villas, West Hill Ronal, Wandsworth. John b. Fegper, Esq. (Pof. of Chemiotry, and Hon. Director, Poly- technic), orton ouse, Kilbiurn Priory. MaJor Subscribers-only content

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