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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Kingsbury Charities for the poor

    By will dated 1719 Richard Bowater (d. 1726) of Chalkhill left 7 a. in Greenwich , then worth £4 or £5 a year, to the owner of his estate at Chalkhill to distribute the income therefrom annually to the poor

    Kingsbury Roman catholicism

    enlarged. Further enlargements took place in 1938 and 1958. 87 The church of the English Martyrs in Barnhill Road , Chalkhill , was licensed for worship in 1930 88 and opened, together with a presbytery, in 1931 . 89 A

    Kingsbury Other estates

    probably part of the Chalkhill estate, 57 but its subsequent history is obscure. A 15th-century gloss in the Westminster Domesday noted that a servant of the infirmary received an annual stipend of 5 s . from Chalkhill . 58 Although

    Kingsbury Economic history

    £6 T.R.E., was worth only £1 when Albold received it, suggesting considerable devastation after the Conquest. The second estate, at Chalkhill , consisted of 2½ hides, composed of land for 2 ploughs and woodland for 200 pigs. Of the arable,

    Kingsbury Education

    Blessed Robert Southwell Roman Catholic primary school was opened in Slough Lane in 1967 and Chalkhill infants' school was opened to serve the new Chalkhill estate in 1970 . 30 A mixed secondary school, Kingsbury county, was housed in a

  • * British History Online * *

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    produce 61. per annum, for the benefit of the poor, to be distributed at the discretion of the possessor of Chalkhill house. See vol. ii. p. 72. Dart's History of Westminster Abbey, vol. i. p. 43. Ibid. p. 23. Henry

    Cases brought before the committee, June 1644, 01 June 1644-30 June 1644

    have 3 acres of pasture with his house, paying 10 l . instead of 6 l . rent. Also Wm. Chalkhill, of Hammersmith, to have a house of Taylor's (who is assessed at 200 l .) for 7 l ., Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 January 1580-31 July 1625

    dated from Chaderton , Wm., Bishop of Chester, Bishop of Lincoln letters of letters to Chalden , Nich. Chalgrave manor Chalkhill , Jonas Chaloner , Sir Thos. signature of Chalons , travellers to Chamber , the officers, & c. of, Subscribers-only content

    Index, C D E F G, 01 December 1702-31 December 1703

    762, 780, 799, 803, 819, 867, 876. 1131, 1398. Chadwell , Samuel, 529, 530, 548, 625, 652. Chagre , 22. Chalkhill , William, 478, 518. -, -, memorial of, 460. Chamberlain , Mrs., 1182. Chamlet , 969. Chapin , Josiah,

    General Index, C, D, E, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    Cercillier , Priscilla, xiv, 243 -, Thomas, xiv, 243 Chadocke , William, 340 Chalfont St. Giles , co. Buckingham, 319 Chalkhill , Mr., 292 Chamberlain , The Lord, xvi, 263 Chamberlayne [Chamberlen, Chamberlyn ] -, Ann, 177 -, Bernard, 32

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FAUSTUS BY GOETHE. A NewITranslatiot, published by Boosey and Sons, 4, Broad Street, Ex- cby nge; anid Eudvwell and Martin, to6, New Broad Street. A@EW TRANSLATION OF FAUSTUS, from the GER- M1. SIAN of GOETHEE beautifully printed in Svo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEUTRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE. TJ'OVMORRfZW, Decemnber 17, will be petfioried, (2rd lime) JANE SOREI; Lord Hastings, Mr. Kean; Gl'ltere Mr. Cioper; Alicia, Mrs. Egerton; Jane Shore, by a Young Lady. With the CORO- NATION. OLYMPIC THEATRE, NEWVCASTLE STREET, STRAND. M Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTLN fMIr1wE J 1113 Mr D. Mann'3 Casanova, a Owner 1111 Mr 1I. lr. Dyas' Lord Blfour, 4 PriTate 1110 lIr. F. Platt's Royal Douglas, a Prlv.ste ll E MLr. H. Milner's Thirsus, 6 Privrtte 11 8 Mr 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    troubled Stuart time. Ken himself belonged to a family that included more than one famous name. His mother's father, lon Chalkhill, occupied a high place among the poets of the Elizabethan period. His own father seems to have belonged to Subscribers-only content

    Daily Post, FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1725

    The Feafi of the Gentlemen educated at the Free-Scliorl of St. Saviour's Sowiwvark will be held or& Wecinefilay the 17th of Nnvemimer nexr, at the fAld Shool; on wvhiclh Occfion a S-rmon *vill lbe preached at Sr. Sa- vionr"s Subscribers-only content

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