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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Islington Growth: Barnsbury and King's Cross

    , a small terrace at the junction of Islington Park Street , is dated 1790. 1 Opposite on Nathaniel Bishop's Barnfield estate, building also began around that date. Although 3 1/2 a. fronting the Back Road had been reserved for

    Islington Other estates Islington estates c. 1800

    in 1334 and 1373 was not recorded later but was perhaps commemorated in the name Barnfield or Housefield in 1530 . 83 In 1786 Barnfield (17 1/2 a.) lay next to Copenhagen Farm, 84 which may have stood on or

    Lambourne Manors

    Clement Stoner . The site was then 'wasted and overgrown'. The fields belonging to the manor were Nether Barnfield , Upper Barnfield , Wheelers Ridden, Great Perryfield, Little Perryfield, Sedwins, Blackcroft, Stanes , and Sagars. The total extent was about

    Hendon Education

    Barnfield school , Silkstream Road, opened in 1928 . There was accommodation for 1,264 in 1938 , when the attendance was 902. In 1964 the secondary boys moved to extended premises at St. David's Place, Park Road. In 1970

    Parishes St Mary Extra

    was already planted, though at what date is unknown. It is still standing, and in 1850 Mrs. Preston Hulton of Barnfield caused a young pear to be planted by its side, that the name might be perpetuated. Turning southward down

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, H, I

    on salary, 344. Hudson's Bay Company , 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26, 30, 38, 209, 229, 260. Hundreds named: Barnfield. Berkley. Blackbourne. Blofield. Brixton. Brothercross. Broxton. Cefnllys. Clackclose. Coleshill. Cranbrook. Crickhowell. East Flegg. Forehoe. Freebridge. Gallow. Happing. Haytor. Holt.

    Entry Book, November 1690, 1-15, 01 November 1690-30 November 1690

    the close of one acre called Orchard Acre, the close called Shepsters Croft of one acre, the field called the Barnfield of two acres, the close called the New Ground of two acres, ditto called Killfield of six acres, ditto

    Entry Book, November 1661, 01 November 1661-30 November 1661

    from same to same for same to Sir John Hendon of the hundreds of Cranbrook, Berkeley, Blackbourn, Selbrittenden, Rolvenden and Barnfield Magna. Ibid , pp. 132 3. Prefixing : Particular of the premises by the Clerk of the Pipe and

    Warrants etc, October 1699, 03 October 1699-31 October 1699

    27 Sir John Hendon, petitioner's late father, had a grant of the Hundreds of Cranbrooke, Berkeley, Blackbourne, Selbrittenden, Rolvenden and Barnfield Magna parcel of the seven Hundreds within the Lathe of Showinghope for 21 years: therefore praying a further grant

    Entry Book, June 1681, 21-30, 01 June 1681-30 June 1681

    that by grant dated 1661 2, Mar. 24, he was granted the hundreds of Cranbrook, Berkeley, Blackbourne, Selbrittenden, Rolvenden and Barnfield in co. Kent for 21 years from the preceding Michaelmas at 30 s. per an . rent and 10

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hwyr:-Etholivyd Prch. T. Davies, ye Ilywydd. Dechieuoedd Mr. B. T., Jone, Caawyd y t(nan canlyaoh:-'Wiudser,' Cysur,"Tref- drteth,' 'Waterstoak,' 'Liverpool,' 'Barnfield,' 'St. John,' ynmhyd 'r ddwy antbhem, 'Dionuen yw yr Arglwydd,' e O'r dyfnder y llefais Brut,' gin Aliw Ddu. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them to build a free church, the first stone of which, it is said, is to be laid in the Barnfield in three weeks. We have authority to state that, notwithstanding various surmises and premature canvassing, there is no prospect Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proprietor of the 'Exeter Gszette,'and one of the magistrates of Exeter, died on the 14tb, at his residence is the Barnfield. HEALaTH oE LoNDox.-The deaths registered in London rose froet 1,029 and 1,082 in the two previous weeks to 1,118 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jumped into the canal, had repented and called for assistance. He would adjourn the case, in order that the boatman Barnfield and the man Gaunt might be called as wit- nesses. A post-mortem examination would be made of the body, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    charged wisth killinrg a hare, on the 18th of February last. It appeared, from tIre evidence of a garekeeper nairred Barnfield, inl the service of the Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot, that oel tlre day stated tIhe prisoner killed a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1829, 2 March 1829

    the Table. A Petition of Daniel Franco Haynes, late of Ashtead, Haynea in the County of Surry, but now of Barnfield, in the Leave for a County of Southampton, Esquire, praying their Lordships, Divorce BlU: " That he may have Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1829, 19 March 1829

    of paying a Visit to your Mother every Year?" " Every Year." (* Where did she live ?" *' At Barnfield near Southampton." " For what length of Time were they in the habit of " visiting your Mother every Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1712, 3 April 1712

    Her¬ bert, Mr. Eversfield, Mr. Duncomb, Mr. Heyjham, Mr. Nicholas, Mr. Ferrier, Mr. Cholmondley, Mr. Cotton, Mr. Brigstock, Sir Copleßon Barnfield, Sir Richard Onfloto, Captain Dyott, Mr. Chetwynd, Sir Tho. Cave, Mr. Sharp, Colonel Grahme \ and all the Members Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1713, 22 May 1713

    Sir Richard Farington, Mr. Ca>far, Sir Robert Davers, Mr. Lloyd, Sir John Hind Cotton, Mr. Freman, Mr. Lampton, Sir Copleßon Barnfield, Mr. Millington, Colonel Grahme, Sir Roger Bradjhaigh, Mr. Lazcjbn, Mr. Ferner, Mr. Pitt, Mr. Jnnefiey,SirJohn Mordaunt, Mr. Ciirraiice, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 1 November 1814

    — Alexander. — Wesque. —• Broadfoot — Milton. — Camillere. Ass1 Surgeon Nave. Surgeon Shelly. — Hodson. — — — Barnfield. — Elia. — — Teriano. — Groskoph. — Taberger. — Bergmann. — Woolring. — Ripsking. — Grupe. — Heisse- Subscribers-only content

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