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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Crawley New Town Protestant nonconformity

    moved to a hut at Gossops Green in 1969 . 69 The Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance met in two community centres before 1971 , when they opened Elim Pentecostal church, Langley Drive. 70 The Assemblies of God met in a

    Hayes Protestant nonconformity

    registered the Albert Hall , Albert Road , in 1947 . 81 The Elim Church , in Keith Road , was registered in 1951 by the Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance; 82 the singlestory building, which presumably also dates from 1951,

    Finchley Protestant nonconformity

    Grove , 6 which they still occupied in 1978 . Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance. Elim hall in Christchurch Avenue , perhaps formerly used by the Christian Spiritualists, was registered by Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance from 1938 until 1954. 7 The

    Twickenham Protestant nonconformity

    building continued to be marked as a mission in later maps, but had been demolished by 1958 . 22 The Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance registered a church at 16 Edwin Road in 1938 . 23 By 1958 a factory occupied

    Hendon Protestant nonconformity

    still held evangelistic services and ran a kindergarten school at the college in 1971 . 52 The Elim Foursquare Gospel Alliance registered Elim tabernacle, Somerset Road , in 1928 . 53 It was later replaced by premises in near-by Ravenshurst

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    monds, Abergwaun; yr ail oreu Me. W, James, Aberdar; y trydydd Mr. Godfrey Davies, Lianofer; y pedwerydd Mr. I. Jones, Elim, a'r pumed Mr. D. 0. Jones. Mynegodd yr arholydd ei foddlonrwydd yn yr ysgrifau a ddanfonasid i mewn, yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - a3 oddifew n, ei fod yn dilyn tl sweinrid rhagluriaeth. Dywedai ei fod yn myibed i o wasunapthi eriwysi. Elim a Saron, yn Mlinnesota, y hai a sefydiwyd gan iielodau egilwysi, o sir', Aber- teit. Dymnunai ran yn ngweddiau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hughes 3.' Goiriayd rhoi ateb gyda'golwg-ar uno s A'r siroedd eraill gypdI fund y pregethwyr. hyd Gyfar. . fod- Misol- Elim. 4. Cafwyd adroddiad; dasiawn o'r f ymweliad A'r eglwysi. Hlnes yr ymweliad Ettbua-dwy 1- ran o dair a gafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i3eg. Llywydd, y Parch. Robert Hughes, Geerwen. 1. Derbyniwyd cenadwriaethan a wahanol egiwysi. 2.TTrenwyd i'r Cyfarfod Misanesf i fad yn Elim, Hydref l0fed a'r 1leg. 3. Darilenwyd cyhoeddiadan y Parchn. John Roberts, Co arii ; Robert Llngwy Owen, Acrfair, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan roddi d ei bwys ar yr Iawr.-Llongyferchwyd ein brodyr ieu- [ aine Mr. William Edwards, Gwalchmai, Owen Owens, r Elim, a Richard Williams, Gosen, ar eu llwyddiant mawr yn yr Arholiad Cymdeithasfaol diweddaf, y tri yn yDosbarthCyntaf. 1Darfhi'frCyfarfodrargynygiad r Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    William and Mary, June 1689, 01 June 1689-30 June 1689

    Entry Book 1, p . 43. ] June 19. Whitehall. Proceedings upon the petition of Richard Church of Ewelme ("New Elim") Oxfordshire, praying to be admitted to the hospital there. The Clerk of the Signet is directed to prepare a Subscribers-only content

 

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