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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 British History Online

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    , 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 British History Online

    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 History Online

    City of London Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 26/06/1780-08/12/1781

    drives a Cart for the said Thomas Scott was ordered to carry a Thousand of grey Stock Bricks from the Brickfields of the said Thomas Scott at Hoxton in the said County to Mr. Hagar a Master Builder at London London Lives 1690-1800

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