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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Charities

    67 Farnell 's have continued to be administered separately but by 1958 all the other almshouses formed part of the Isleworth United Charities, which spent £2,277 on coal, repairs, and expenses, and £54 10 s . on stipends. Farnell 's

    Hanwell Other estates

    acres of copyhold in Hanwell manor of which part was called Croxhill Grove . 17 The rest, which was named Farnell 's Half-hide, cannot be traced. It is perhaps noteworthy that both of these medieval freeholds were afterwards converted to

    Heston and Isleworth Economic and social history

    John 's Road had already been in business for some time when it was bought by William Farnell in 1800 . 40 As Farnell and Watson's and later as the Isleworth Brewery Co. Ltd. it expanded greatly during the 19th

    Parishes Capel

    holdings. The name Aglondes More has disappeared. The house called Henfold , in Capel , is the seat of Mrs. Farnell Watson, and is in the manor of West Betchworth . 26 CHURCHES The church of St. John the Baptist

    Parishes Newdigate

    as in other Surrey parishes. The village club and reading-room was built by the widow of the late Mr. W. Farnell Watson of Henfold , Capel , in 1901 , in memory of her husband, whose estat e extended into

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IS Southampton st. Fagg, George, Bedfont Benson, W. W., Middleton square Farnell, C., Isleworth feals, T. B., Fitzroy square Farmand, W. F., Black Lion lane jenbuw, J., -Mlecklenburg square Farnell, James, King st. Bennett, O., Goedge street Falcon, R., MiddleTemple Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GeorgeEaling Evans, Robert, Acton Everett, Wm, 19 Bedford pl Everett, Hy, Middle Temple F Fagg, George, Bedfont Fagg, Edwin, ditto Farnell, Charles, Islesvorth Farrell, James, King street, Clerkenwell Farr, E. G, Cochrane terrace Falcon Robt, Middle Temple Fell, John Hill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, April 21. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVRD. Cleife and Grove, Exeter, attorneys-J. Kennedy and Co. Liverpool, grocers-T. and J. Oldham, Manchester, silk Mann- facturers-R. R. Gregory and Brother, Halifax, Yorksbire, grocers-Bates and Norton, Bridgenortb, Shropshire, drapers -S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    square, gentleman's servant. T. Hall, Great Ashby, Leicestemshire, butcher. W. Golland, Norton, Derbyshire, pork butcher. J. Barton, Sheffield, publican. 3. Farnell, Bradford, Yorkshire, out of business. D. Taylor, Bradford, Yorkshire, stone mason. W. Ward, Melton, Suffolk, farmer. . Roalfe, Bishopsbourne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Upper Harley street LdEgel, Horry, 21 Cadogan place Fane, Nesvile, 189 Fleot stteet Fane, Cecil, Esq. 4 Upper Brook stree: Farnell, Jdmes, 14 King street, Clerkenwell Fitzroy, George, Esq. Neo Bond strect Foley, Lord, cresveasor square Forbes, Alexander C. Esq. Subscribers-only content


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