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    Sunbury Local government The Urban District of Sunbury .

    By 1930 the building was too small and a temporary one was erected in the grounds. The house known as Benwell , which now contains the council offices, was purchased in 1932 . Church Villa was bought by the council Victoria County History

    Islington Education

    to former William Forster bldg., Benwell Rd., c . 1963. By 1967 upper sch. at Benwell Rd., lower sch. at Annette Rd . Amalg. as part of Highbury Fields c . 1981 ; bldgs. in Benwell and Annette rds. used Victoria County History

    Parishes Eton

    and a piece of land called College Land let at £2 5 s . a year. This trust, together with Benwell 's and Pote's charities next mentioned, is administered under the provisions of a scheme of the Charity Commissioners of Victoria County History

    Islington Churches

    , none in 1926 . Attendance 1903: 174 a.m.; 231 p.m. Joined to Emmanuel 1945. 10 Iron ch., possibly in Benwell Rd., 11 used 1856-66 . 12 Bldg. in early Dec. style by T. K. Green 1864-6 . Closed for Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Jos., Davison , Eliz., Davy : Joshua, Nic., and see Davey Daw , Geof., Day : John, Wm., de Courcy- Benwell , H. F. , de Grey , see Grey, Thos. Phil.; Weddell Dead Lane , Deakin, A. W. ; Victoria County History

    Churches St. Mary-at-the-Walls , 1864

    population did not attend church and collections cov ered less than three quarters of church expenses. H. F. de Courcy- Benwell , rector 1913- c . 1930, a member of the local Labour and Independent Labour parties, read morning prayers Victoria County History


    , 168 n Benefit societies , see friendly and benefit societies Bengal Civil Service , 177 Bentley , Rob., 103 Benwell , Sam., 119 Beoly (Worcs.), 237 Berchesdon , Sim. de, 235 Bereford : Hugh de, 200 John de, 199 Victoria County History

    Index A - Z

    of, 58, 58 n Benningfield , Mat., 28 Benson , Fr. R. M., 91, 92, 93, 95 Benson , 55 Benwell , Wm., 212 Beoley (Worcs.), 241 Bereford , John (fl. 1363), and his wife Agnes, 196; John (fl. 1386), Victoria County History


    Adam, Benj., F. H., vicar of Freeland , John, R. A. R., Sanders , W. J. E., fam., Benson , Benwell , Sam., Berkshire , and see Abingdon ; Appleton ; Botley ; Buscot ; Childrey ; Cumnor ; Donnington Victoria County History


    46, 73, 73 n, 102 Bentley , Michael, 46 - Thomas, 116, 117, 261 Benton , Long (Northumb.), 82, 85 Benwell , Thomas, 64, 71 Berdmore , Scrope, 106 Bere , John, 114 - John de, 334 Berford , John, Victoria County History

    SHAFTO, Robert (?1690-1729), of Whitworth, nr. Durham.

    Dec. 1729 Biography Robert Shafto was great-grandson of Mark Shafto, a younger son of the Northumberland family of Benwell, who bought Whitworth about 1650. Returned as a Tory at a by-election for Durham in 1712, soon after he came of History of Parliament

    ELLERBY, William, of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    la Val, the younger son and eventual heir in his issue of Sir William de la Val (d.1390) of Seghill, Benwell and Biddles in Northumberland. In due course, these valuable properties came into the hands of our Member's stepson, William History of Parliament

    COLDALE (COWDALE), John (by 1495-1534 or later), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    place before 6 July 1551 is known from his widow Elizabeth’s settlement on that date of all her lands in Benwell, Brenkley and Capheaton, Northumberland, on her son Richard, but it may have occurred several years earlier; thus there is History of Parliament

    ORD, William (1781-1855), of Whitfield Hall, Northumb. and 17 Berkeley Square, Mdx.

    of the fortuitous marriages and investments of his great-great-grandfather, the Newcastle attorney John Ord (d. 1703), and his descendants, included Benwell colliery, property in Newcastle and the Newminster Abbey interest in the borough of Morpeth, where in 1802 he had History of Parliament

    BERTRAM, John (d.1450), of Bothal, Northumb.

    in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and much later, in 1415, they sued out a fine establishing Isabel’s title to half the manor of Benwell with extensive appurtenances in Capheaton, which they settled on trustees. Meanwhile, in May 1410, the couple obtained from Bishop History of Parliament

    MITFORD, John (d.1409), of Molesden in Mitford, Northumb.

    oyer and terminer, Northumb., Cumb., Westmld. Aug. 1374 1374 (smuggling of wool), Northumb. Feb., June 1375 (poaching and disorder at Benwell), Dec. 1378 (disorder at Whittingham), Westmld. Aug. 1386 (disorder at Kirkoswald), Northumb. Nov. 1392 (evasion of wool custom); gaol History of Parliament

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