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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    grew less rural, Brickfields was beginning to lose its wealthier members, without gaining compensating recruits from among the new inhabitants, who at first settled some distance away, at Stratford , Forest Gate , and Plaistow . Brickfields 's part in

    List of illustrations

    ( England ). The coats of arms were drawn by Pamela Studd . Plates between pages 90 and 91 1. Brickfields in Kingsland Road c . 1830. From a watercolour by C. H. Matthews in Greater London Record Office (Print

    Parishes Clothall

    Rede and Thomas Blount . 115 It was thus re-united with Botteles and the rest of Hauvills. Brickfields The reputed manor of BRICKFIELDS (Brettevyle, xv cent.; Brytvyles or Britfield, xvi cent.) was held of the manor of Hooks 116 (q.v.).

    The ancient parish of Barking Roman Catholicism and Protestant Nonconformity

    The present Congregational church has no connexion with the 17th-century meeting. 16 In 1782 George Gold , minister of the Brickfields Congregational church in West Ham , began to hold services in a hired house at Barking . A church

    West Ham Education

    Stratford British schools appear to have originated in 1802 , when a girls charity school was opened in connexion with Brickfields Independent chapel. 31 A schoolroom was built beside the chapel in 1806 -8. There were 20 girls in 1807

  • * British History Online *

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    West Ham

    in this parish; a Roman Catholic chapel at Stratford; and a meeting, with a cemetery, belonging to the Methodists, in Brickfields. There is a meeting-house at Stratford, which belonged to the Presbyterian diffenters; but it has been disused for some

    General index

    , 446. Bethal Green , made a parish, 27. Account of it, 27 38. Etymology, boundaries, extent, & c. 27. Brickfields, 28. Manufactures, ibid . The church, 33. The rectory, ibid . State of population, 34. Benefactions, 35, 36. Burialground

    Hackney

    Meer) Street 3 , Grovestreet, and Well-street. Nature of land, & c . Cow keepers . Nurseries . Soil . Brickfields . I could not ascertain with any degree of certainty the quantity of land, as there is no survey

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wrecsamr; Mr. D. Isaac Davies, Profes- swr Roberts, Caerdydd, Parch. E. Rees (Dyfed), a Mr. lR. Thomas (Cochfart), Mr. Williams, Brickfields, Mr. Geo. Griffiths, Caerdydd, a Mr. Beriah G. Evans. Anogid eraillj i ddanfon eu henwau Pr ysgrifenydd, a hyderwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dydd, 5p. , Proffeswr Powell, Caerdydd, 5p.; Mr. O. Isaac Davieg& Caerdydd,- 5p.,; 'Mr.; George Griffiths, Caerdydd, 5p.; Mr. Williams, Brickfields, Caerdydd, 5p., Mr. Ivor Jones, Caerdydd, 5p.; Cadfridog Kemeys Tynte, 5p., Mr. Thomas Williams, U.H., Gwaelodygarth, .5p.; Mr T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr. RICHARD SPOONER, who owed the Bank £23,885. Of this about £20,000. was covered by the assignment of the Brickfields estate, bought by him with the money of the bank many years previously, and upon the rents of which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his annual £1,000., the sum assigned to him as a partner, to the liquidation of principal and interest en the Brickfields estate account. " Mr. Benry Marshall survives, Be brought no capital into the Bank. Be appears in the Bank Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday last, and was conducted by Mlessrs. Fallows and Smith auctioneers, of this town. The estate was known as the "Brickfields Estate," the residence of the late Dir. Richard Spooner, and adjoined the lines of works of the various railways Subscribers-only content

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