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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Luton

    which has been found to Dallow manor as such occurs in 1258 , when Godfrey of Biscott and twelve others acknowledged that they had neglected to attend the view of frankpledge held annually at Dallow . 159 In 1291 the

    Houses of Benedictine nuns St Mary de Pre priory, St Albans

    Pre, 'Playdell' 52 and Beaumonts, rent in lieu of tithes in Redbourn , Sarratt , Codicote (co. Herts .) and Dallow 53 (in Luton , co. Bedford ), and various parcels of land, the manor of Wing with the advowson

    Horninglow Economic history

    survived in the later 18th century along the south side of Kitling Greaves Lane . A third field, probably called Dallow field, evidently lay to the south of the village. 1 What was called the 'moor of Burton ' in

    Burton-upon-Trent Growth of settlement

    Primitive Methodist chapel 3 Former Primitive Methodist chapel ( Parker St .) 4 Site of Plymouth Brethren meeting room ( Dallow St.) 5 Site of St. Margaret's church 6 Mosque ( York St .) 7 Former Town Mission hall 8

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lyllilst in charge Of a horse and trap. Mr. t. A. Willcockc prosecuted, On eohalf of ties police, and Mr., Dallow deifended.-T'e offence, it is alleged, was committed on the Dudley Read, on Sonday night, and resulted in Mr. Henry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    children, his furniture and life policy for £300., _ subjeot to a charge to the insurance company of :£130. IMr. Dallow appeared for the debtors. On behalf of the trustee Air. Lawrence examined both the dlebtors, more nvit particularly as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tile liceriee of thes Te-lbot Inn, Union Street, St. Jaines's Silliral, hsell iby Hoaryt Fletcher Wh.y- r. Sell. Mrll. Dallow slipported thle wpplicicion onl behalf of 0 a r. John Yates,, the oss iser. Thle Town Clerk, oil behalf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir W., Poster, U.P. There E were also present, in addition to the candidate, Messrs. J. Rowlands, MP., W. Hill, Dallow, e - Nock, Reid, jun., &c. The Chairman spoke in favour of Mr. Reid's candidature, and said the magistrates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and bolt forger, of Eaglo Street. Mr. w T. Dallow appeared for the Public Prosecutor, AMr. E. cl H. Thorne defended Pacitto, and Mr. R. A. Willcock ei represented Antonio Feritto.--Mr. Dallow in opening fc his case, said that although Subscribers-only content

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