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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Islam

    Willesden Islam ISLAM. A mosque and Islamic centre had opened in the former Congregational chapel in Chichele Rd., Cricklewood , by 1980 . 17 Kelly 's Dir. Lond . ( 1980 ); Char. Com. reg. 272500.

    Willesden Roman catholicism

    ones, opened in the 1960s and 1970s in newer areas like Cricklewood , although a convent and church opened in Kensal Rise in 1977 . The movement to Cricklewood reflects the general movement of the Irish north from Kilburn .

    Willesden Judaism

    establishment of several synagogues. In 1928 a house at no. 137 Walm Lane, Cricklewood , was registered for worship, and in 1931 the second United synagogue, Cricklewood synagogue, was built next door at nos. 131-5 Walm Lane. A two-storeyed brick

    Edgware Charities for the poor

    that almspeople were to contribute at least 10 s . a week towards their own upkeep. Miss Margaret Abel of Cricklewood , by will proved 1943, left £7,250 stock and £491 in cash in trust to build almshouses in the

    Hendon Economic history

    new one built at Radlett ( Herts .); the construction of aircraft at Cricklewood continued until after 1964, 36 when the premises were sold to become the Cricklewood trading estate. In 1914 the government opened several factories for munitions and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gone into on Thursday last, before Mr Wakley and Mr G. Ireland Mills, at the residence of Mr James Peters, Cricklewood, near Willesden, on view of the body of that gentleman, one of the most extensive farmers in the county Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lister. Esq. Director of the South and Midland Jonction Railway J. P. Wright, Esq. Edinburgh W. Slark. Esq. Rocbballs, Lodge, Cricklewood Charles Waite, Esq. Willesden Thomas Cepe, Esq. Cricklesrood Richard Henry Bullock, Esq. Hendon RChaptinF. N. Fisbier, Uni~teqd Sorricer Club, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    runs through Cricklewood and Willesden. The deceased, who lost his life in attempting to save that of another, was Mr T. Padley, a master butcher, in Charlotte street, Portland place. On Sunday afternoon the de- ceased went to Cricklewood to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and now 'of, thefrm otf actip, Walton, and Co., GeorgeYard,- Lembard Street, wne: merchant. Charles Hate, of' Vind I Hlourse Cricklewood, Willeaden, 'Middlesex, and late 'of'ilbnn Mlills: Edgv~are iRoad, traltng there in copsatnershlp with Edward 'Lewis, under the style of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inquest was held on Wednesday on the body of June Bannister, wife of a solicitor living in Litchfield - Road, Cricklewood The deceased, who was of very stout ws habit, was found in her bed room on the 13th ult.'lyitsg Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Cricklewood Lodge

    Cricklewood Lodge (2361) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1890 Warrant of Constitution: 1 May 1890 Cons. 18 July 1890 Numeration 1894 onwards: 2361 Lodge Number (1729): 0 Lodge Number (1740): 0 Lodge Number (1755): 0

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Corrections to volume 4

    Matthew Stilte, citizen of London, to William Fanshaw, Esq. and continued for several generations in that family. An estate called Cricklewood, situated near the eight mile-stone on the Rumford road, has passed with it 3 . Manor of Wyfield .

    County of Essex, Barking

    them made a watercourse from the new spring to the monastery entirely through her own lands, by way of Dunshall, Cricklewood, Loxford-Bridge, & c. Its course is very particularly described in the register of Catherine de la Pole, whence it


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