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Found 110 matches across 6 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index A-J

    Hugh, Eastway , Eastway Park (housing est.) , Eaton , John, Ebenezer Place , Ecclesiologist , Edinburgh , Edmeston , Jas., Edmeston Close , Edmondson , Jas., Edmonton , Edmund de la Grave , Edwards , Wm., Eeles , Markham

    Hackney Homerton and Hackney Wick Clapton Common c . 1830

    the tower blocks had bee n demolished. 70 In 1992 the railway sidings had made way for low-rise housing at Edmeston Close, still to be reached from Eastway along Red Path, which crossed Cowdry Road. Between Berkshire Road and the

    Hackney Education

    35 G in 1819 , as Hackney sch. of ind.; 40 G only by 1833 . New bldg. by Jas. Edmeston for 80 G with ho. for mistress on site leased from Tyssen est. at corner of Dalston Rise (later

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, E, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    given to, 459. Provost of: 179. Castle: Arran in, 151; in keeping of Cowdenknowes, 160, 162. Edmeston , David (of Quhelplaw and Burnhouse): 452. David (of the Wollmett): 452. John (of Ryislaw): 452. Edmonds : apprehended, 584; 643; alias Hart, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1585, 01 April 1585-30 April 1585

    have killed the Lord Chancellor. Laird of Duntreth and Robert Hamilton two witnesses against the Laird of Mans. Sir James Edmeston. "For ye 3" Laird of Duntreth revealed the third attempt. And that the messenger that was sent was John Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, E

    co. Buckingham, ii. 1321. Edlin (Edlyn): Edmund, ii. 472, 669. Samuel, i. 383, 556. Thomas, ii. 1438. William, ii. 1328. Edmeston . See Edmonstone. Edmonds (Edmunds): Edward, i. 317; ii. 1084, 1381. George, ii. 1082, 1380. John, ii. 1427. Simon,

    General Index, D, E, F, 01 April 1667-31 October 1667

    Rob. prizes at provost of sessions in ships at Tolbooth in trained bands of travellers to or from troops at Edmeston , Edw., mayor of Berwick Edmundson , Thos., account by Edward III. , charter of Edward , Wm. Edward Subscribers-only content

    General Index, D, E, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    in ship from streets, & c., in: Blackfriars Wind High Gate, or Street Tron West Port watches or guards in Edmeston , Mr. Edward I. , records of, alluded to Edward II. , rolls of, alluded to Edward III. , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (264 a 265) eyf. Mr. Rowland Fychan; a l841 (803) gan y Parch. Ellis Wynn. Glasynys. l Sylwer hefyd mai Edmeston, ac nid Edmonston yw awdwr emyn 875. Ceir nifer o Emynau a Chyfieithiadaa gau aw dnron diweddar, 8 gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street. Nathasiel Elgar Toomer. Ssq. Gabriel French, Esq. Chatham. Prestou honuse, Rochester William Squire Planse, Esq, Eant. Maidstone. AtDITOns. Jsmev Edmeston, Esq. Canon-. National Provlncial Bauk of bury place. England. Joseph Hlood, Esq. Wood JamesEbheezerSaunders,Esq. street. Pillhbury cireus. Alexander Robertson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    victualler. [Sutton and Jelf, Birminghana.-G Simons, Leicester, manufaccurer of fancy hosiery. [Stretton, Leicester.-E A Burger, Bristol, merchant. [Strick, Swan- sea-It Edmeston and T Higham, Birstal, Yorkshire, stuff manu- facturers. [Wood, Bradford.-J Saville, jun, Leeds, manufacturer of patent manure, [Bond and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    distinc- tion : Thomas Henry Watson (Associate It.I.B.A), 9), Nottingham Place, IMlarylebonei Road, W, Class of pro- ficiency: Janies Stanning Edmeston, 5, Crown Court, Old Broad Sitreet, B.C. ; Frederick Eant (Tonop. Stedent, R.I.B.A.), 17, Upper BeIgrave Place, S.W. ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Matter of ROBERT EDMESTON amid moose-va- THOMAS HIGHAM, beth of Bailiff Bridge, in the parish of Biretmel. billiard in the county of York, Stuff manufacturers and co-partners, carrying butledsn on business tinder the style or firm of "Edmeston and Highiln.'- Subscribers-only content

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