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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Deptford.

    be the same Gift with that of St. Olave's Southwark ; but is scarcely legible. DEPTFORD: N EXT beyond Rotherhith on the East is Deptford situated, being the first Town in Kent , bordering upon Surry ; a Place on

    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Deptford.

    Circuit Walk. Deptford . Cognatos Cineres, & Amicam Manibus umbram, O Fentone, tuis, excipias Tumulo. Usuram Tumuli victuro Marmore Pensat, Et reddit gratus, pro Tumulo Titulum. At the upper End of that Chancel, on the North Side, is thus written:

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Deptford Hospital. MORDEN College.

    at Queen's Moorings to forfeit 10l. a Tyde, half to the Hospital. DEPTFORD HOSPITAL. T O this Royal Foundation for Seamen, I must subjoin another hard by at Deptford , belonging to the Corporation of the Trinity House : by

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Trinity House.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Benefactors.]

    Anno 1672 , Sir Richard Brown of Sayes Court , in Deptford , Knt. and Bar. an Elder Brother, and Master, gave the Inheritance of his Lands in Deptford , on which the new Almes-houses are built, after the Expiration

    Book 5, Chapter 18 [Trinity House.] The TEMORAL GOVERNMENT. [Their Use.]

    the Relief of poor decayed Seamen, their Widows and Orphans, and none other. They have eighty seven Almes Houses at Deptford and Mile-end : all built in a manner since the Restoration; wherein are harboured and maintained the like number

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i fynu yn F a daclus iawn gan Mri. Brittain, Llundain. Yr ad- I a eiladydd oedd Mr. Clements, o Deptford, ac y mae c ;a] yn haeddu cryn gredyd am ei gynllun. Gwnaed t casgliadau da at yr adeilad, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y pregethwyr ar yr achlysur enwau John en Eliss o Fon, Griffith Solomon, Caernarfon, Thomas GI Hughes, Liverpool, James Hughes, Deptford, a John fy Lewis, Rotherhithe. A yr adroddiad hwn ymIlaen i GJ chlwsauega fod y cynulleidfaoedd. yndralliosog, ao yu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drosodd, onl y maent wedi bod yn aflwyddianus,. Dygwyd Clwyf y Traed a'r Gecau drosodd o Hamburg .a Bremen i Deptford a Hartlepool unwaith yn rhagor. Wrth gwrs, fe laddwyd defaid yn ddioed; ond amheulr yn fawr a roddwyd atslfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pryd hyny byddid yn pregethu yn lied gyson i'r Tnorwyr yn y Cambrian. Yr oedd hefyd le i bregethu yn Deptford. Cyfeir- iwvd Evan Harries, un tro pan holai am y capel, i fyned i'r heol a'r heol, a chwilio Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wlad drosiynt eu hubain, an er iry'd drdA ir wiad o.rnwndyadodd Ysgritenodd Mr. W.:TJ. *1velvn,- yr aelod Ceid- wadol dros Deptford, at ei etholwyr yr wythnos *ddiweddafi ddweydei fod yn ystyried' P-r heddieid- waid igned ynr mlellacb da'u'dvledstwydd wrth danio Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wylye

    in 1321 . 122 John of Deptford 's estate may have been that held by Robert of Deptford in 1346 , 123 but by 1386 had apparently been merged with the Chenduits' as Deptford manor. 124 From 1386 to 1919

    Old and New Shoreham Parliamentary representation

    elections because many of the 130 voters had places in the customs at Shoreham or in the naval yards at Deptford and Woolwich . In 1729 the borough was said to be 'a new whore, that is anybody's for their

    Parishes Hatcham ( Parish of Deptford St Paul )

    Parishes Hatcham ( Parish of Deptford St Paul ) THE HAMLET OF HATCHAM (in Deptford St. Paul ). Hacchesham, xiii and xiv cent.; Heccesham, Hacham. The whole of Deptford St. Nicholas and a part of Deptford St. Paul , which

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Bayham

    Turnham was establishing a monastery. Hither, too, Sir Robert brought the canons of the small Premonstratensian house of Brockley in Deptford , of which he was patron. The two convents were united under Jordan , previously abbot of Otham ,

    Branch and Dole hundred

    Ugford , and possibly Burden's Ball, in Wilton parish most of Ditchampton , and in Wylye parish Wylye but not Deptford which was in Heytesbury hundred. Avon in Stratford-sub-Castle was in the hundred in 1332 5 but later is more

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Oak Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 1173 Lodge Number (1863): 871 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Royal Oak Tavern, High Street, Deptford, London 1861 White Swan Tavern, High Street, Deptford, London 1868

    Lodge of Moral Reform

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Crown, Deptford, London 1781 Bricklayers' Arms, Flagon Row, Deptford, London 1791 Bee Hive, Flagon Row, Deptford, London 1794 Gun Tavern, Deptford, London 1795 Roman Eagle, Church Street, Deptford, London 1810 New Cross Tavern, New

    Lodge of Friendship

    Falstaff, Lower Watergate, Deptford, London 1791 Shipwright's Arms, Deptford Green, Deptford, London 1793 Centurion, Broadway, Deptford, London 1821 Boar and Grove, King Street, Deptford, London 1824 Masons' Arms, King Street, Deptford, London 1825 Timber Hoy, Deptford Creek, Deptford, London 1830

    St. George's Lodge

    Street, Deptford, London 1802 Evelyn Arms, Victualling Place, Deptford, London 1804 Red Lion, King Street, Deptford, London 1807 Windmill, Lower Road, Deptford, London 1808 Mitre, Broadway, Deptford, London 1816 Private Room, King Street, Deptford, London 1818 Mitre, Deptford Bridge, Deptford,

    Excelsior Lodge

    1155 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Sydney Arms, Lewisham Road, Deptford, London 1867 White Swan, High Street, Deptford, London 1886 Crystal Palace, Palace Road, Sydenham, London 1893 Royal Crystal Palace Hotel, Upper Norwood, London


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