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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wandsworth

    stream is crossed by the main line of the London and SouthWestern railway, which runs north-east from the station of Earlsfield and Summers Town towards Clapham Junction . Other branches of this railway intersect Wandsworth , the Wimbledon and Fulham

    Hampstead Kilburn, Edgware Road , and Cricklewood

    End Lane, in 1598 66 and a cottage at Shoot Up Hill , associated with the western, copyhold, portion of Earlsfield , in 1632 . 67 There was at least one cottage in ' Kilburn Street ' or high road

    Hampstead Settlement and Growth HAMPSTEAD IN 1762 Hampstead : Settlement And Growth Hampstead : Evolution Of Settlement, 1844-1904

    End Park) ( 1877 ), 5 Ripley (Gilberts) ( 1881 ), 6 Land Bldg. Investment & Cottage Improvement Co. ( Earlsfield ) ( 1883 ), 7 National Standard Land Mortgage & Investment Co. (Flitcroft) ( 1886 ), 8 Flitcroft (

    Hampstead West End

    station. 55 P.R.O., E 318/Box 38/ 2042 ; P.N.Mdx . 203. Below, other est. ( Kilburn priory, Thorplands). e.g. Jacksfield, Earlsfield , and three est. at Catemead (Gilberts): G.L.R.O., E/MW/H/42; and see Treherne Croft : below, other est. Above, communications;

    Hampstead Manor and Other Estates HAMPSTEAD: MANOR AND ESTATES

    Pastureage sold in 'Erlesfeld' was listed among the issues of the manor in 1322 . 8 It is unlikely that Earlsfield was part of the original manorial demesne because of its position. It may have originated in assarted land that

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where he resided. He has friends in Tallaght, county Dublin, cousins in Gosford, and also in Alfred street, London, sisters at Newc-astle and the Canal bringe, and is also at Earlsfield, Ballymore !I (Mirabile' dictn ! John O'Keeffe.)-' Freeman's Journal.' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in or nerirngab BIthoron bly es-perieneed young Lady: cheefladol~, accustomed to quick counter trade. Five Years'nfresA P., 69, Ssimnsrley Street, Earlsfield, Wandswor.Lodn 42 - or Ba d-Ploosceeper; would goas ~Assistant B Housekeeper in hotel; good references-82. Janmaica Row. [lIlS7 -DARIMATI) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    race was Fl won rather cleverly by Sandoewn. Alfred, -with odds of Ic 7 to 4. on him, won the Earlsfield Hurdle Race, and ilL Warrior accounted for * the Selling, Hunters' Hunrdle Race. Then seven runners contested the Surrey Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the s course of the autumn will thus be avoided. 't For stealing a horse from a paddook at Earlsfield. and d assaulting a constable so seriously that it is probable he e will never be fit for duty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    look },Syond LADv VmIUKIS to find the winner ; and for the Club Steeplechase I shall stand jil&i&. In the Earlsfield Selling IHurdle Race GoNFF.LoN has a taking appearance, and the Maiden Hurdle Rae may fall to MSrxR Pwumnosx- The Subscribers-only content

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