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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Other Faiths

    OTHER FAITHS. Theists registered Frognal Bijou Picture Palace, no. 158 Finchley Road , in 1914 ; closed by 1921 . 21 Zoroastrians registered Zoroastrian House, no. 88 Compayne Gardens, for worship in 1971 . 22 Ibid. no. 46179; above, social.

    Hampstead Frognal and the Central Demesne

    Hampstead Frognal and the Central Demesne Frognal And The Central Demesne . Frognal was mentioned in the early 15th century as a customary tenement and in 1740 Frognal field was the eastern abutment of Northfield , part of the demesne.

    List of maps

    of Settlement, 1844-1904 . Parts of O.S. Maps 1" ( 1844 , 1877, 1904 edns.) pages 14-15 Hampstead Town and Frognal in 1762 . From S.C.L., Manor Map ( 1762 ) page 21 Belsize Leases in 1808 . From deeds

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

    , south and east of the heath, with smaller settlements at West End and Kilburn , and one tenement at Frognal . The location of the church suggests that its primary function was to serve the manor, although it was

    Parishes Horsell

    chamber and one of the four vewers of that Honorable City of London .' He married Ann Frognal , daughter of William Frognal , citizen and fishmonger of London , by whom he had five sons and two daughters and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Thomas (1701-80), of Frognal, Kent.

    Thomas (1701-80), of Frognal, Kent. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 1 Nov. 1722 1727 Cambridge University 1727 1774 Ofifces Held Under-sec. of state 1724-30; teller of the Exchequer 1727- d.; sec. to Duke of Devonshire as ld. lt. [I] 1739. Biography By

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Thomas (1701-80), of Frognal, Kent.

    Thomas (1701-80), of Frognal, Kent. Constituency Dates Winchelsea 1 Nov. 1722 121727 Cambridge University 1727 121774 Ofifces Held Under-sec. of state to his fa. 1724-30; teller of the Exchequer 1727-d. ; sec. to ld. lt. [I] 1739-45. Biography Son of

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. John Robert (1805-1890), of 3 New Burlington Street, Mdx.

    where he fell in love with Lord Harrowby"s daughter Lady Georgiana Ryder. Recuperating during August at the family home at Frognal in Kent, he informed Fox, "I ... am now rather enjoying the dullness of a country life, after the

    TOWNSHEND, Thomas (1733-1800), of Frognal, Kent

    (1733-1800), of Frognal, Kent Constituency Dates Whitchurch 1754 6 Mar. 1783 Ofifces Held Clerk of the household to Prince of Wales 1756-60; clerk of the Green Cloth 1760-Dec. 1762; ld. of Treasury July 1765-Dec. 1767; P.C. 23 Dec. 1767; jt.

    WARWICK, Sir Philip (1609-83), of Westminster and Frognal, Chislehurst, Kent.

    (1609-83), of Westminster and Frognal, Chislehurst, Kent. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs Nov. 1640 5 Feb 1644 Westminster 1661 Ofifces Held Sec. to Ld. Treas. Juxon 1636-41, Ld. Treas. Southampton June 1660-7; clerk of the signet 1638-46, May 1660-d. Ofifces

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    90, 453. Manors , named Armin. Bavington, Great. Bavington, Little. Bonyalva. Braybrooke. Brecon. Bucklawren. Carradon. Denbigh. Englishcombe. Epworth. Fordington. Fowey. Frognal. Ingleby. Kennington. Kirton in Lindsey. Lambley. Mallaen. Mavon. Richmond. Sewardstone. Stanton under Bardon. Stapleford. Stratton super Fosse. Talley. Tewington.

    Chislehurst

    old man sion at Scadbury has been many years dilapidated; a farm-house having been built upon the site. Frognal, or Frogpool . Frognal, or Frogpool, an ancient seat in this parish, was, in 1253, the property of Thomas le Barbur.

    Index, F, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    54, p. 1530, p. 1546. Frith , 309 (2). Fritwell , Oxon, 996. Frobenius , John, the printer, 476, 1343. Frognal , Alex., p. 245. -, John, 1114. Frome Selwode, Soms., 1036. Frosset , Dr., p. 1534. Frost , Walt.,

    Henry VIII, March 1520, 21-30, 01 March 1520-31 March 1520

    Peter, Mallet, Christopher, Dent, Payne, Swane. The Queen's Chamber : Ric. Dycons, secretary; Doctor , physician; John Verney, cupbearer; Alexander Frognal, carver; John Poyntz and Frances Philip, sewers. Gentlemen ushers : Wm. Bulstrode, Roger Ratcliff, Geo. Fraunces, Rob. Hasilrig. Sewers

    November 1652, An Additional Act for Sale of several Lands and Estates forfeited to the Commonwealth for Treason., 18 November 1652-18 November 1652

    Francis Nethersole of Ash in the same county, Esquire; John Trout of Feversham in the same county; Ralph Clark of Frognal in the same county; William Allenson late of Woolton-magna in the county of Lancaster; William Arnold of Crosby in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Canning, Esq. At Modbur-, Devon, Anna, youitgest daughter of tie Rev. Witn. Stackthouseo of Trehauc, Cornwall. At his house at Frognal, John Thomas Lord liscountSidney, in the 6,7th year of Isi a40. T'e Rev. John Wood, Vicar of -erne, Kent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Gernnn, Esq. Conduit street William Wallace, hsq. Austin friars, and Cadogan plce Edeward Watron, Esq. St Helen's plnce, and Frognal, Hampstead BANKERS. Sir Claude Scott, Bart and Co. Cavendish square STANDING COUNSEL. Mr Seraeant bManning, Sergesntfs inn W. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jances Geason, Esq. Condolt street William wallace, Esq. Austin friars, and Cadogan place Edoardl Watson, Esq. St Helen's place, and Frognal, Hampetead BANKRES. Sir Claude Seott, Bart. and Co. Cavendishsquare STANDING COUNSEL. Mr Sergeant Manning, Sergeanes inn W. H. Rough, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Gernon, Esq. Conduit street; Was. Wallace, Eiq. Ausid Iriars, and Cadogan place; Edward Watson, Esq. St ilenI's place, and Frognal, Hamyoctead. Backers-Sir Claude Scott, Boos, and Co. Caverdish Square. Standing Counsel-Mr SorgeantManning Seegeaat'a inn; W. H. Rough, Selicisoes-Meosrs Davies Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (.ernon, Eiq. Conduit street; Wm. Wallace, Esq. Austin friars and Cadogaca place; Edev.rd Watson, Esq. St Holer's place, h and Frognal. Hampsteard. d Has kers-Sir Claude Scott, Bart. and Co. Cavendish squire. StandingCoaunsel-Mr Sergeant Manning, Sergeant'sinn W. H.Rough, Esq. Middle Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 April 1765, 24 April 1765

    of his late Majefty, for repairing and widen¬ ing the Roads leading from Spalding High Bridge, through Littlezvorth, and by Frognal, and over James Deeping Stone Bridge, in the County of Lincoln, to Maxey Out- gang, in the Cotinty of Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1765, 13 May 1765

    Aft to provide from Spalding High Bridge, through Littlewortk, and by for the Adminiftration of the Government, in cafe the Frognal, and over James Deeping Stone Bridge, in the Bill; ,&c. Sapp!yBill; pmies on foliage. Supply Bill: Piities on Coals, Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1826, 14 April 1826

    the Reverend John Ion, Committee of the estate of Henry Flitcroft, Esquire, a lunatic ; and of Joseph Blunt of Frognal, in the parish of Saint John Hampstead, were referred; That they had heard counsel in support of the the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 31 May 1826

    and Counsel ordered ; Petition of Rev. John Ion, against; Referred, and Counsel ordered; 156. Petition of Joseph Blunt, of Frognal, against; Referred, and Counsel ordered, 226. Bill reported ; to be ingrossed; 246. Passed, 290. Agreed to by the Subscribers-only content

    Railways. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 2 April 1846;--for, an alphabetical list"of the names, descriptions and places of abode of all persons subscribing to the amo..., 1846

    • 25, Middlctonsquure Augusta-house, Worthing, Sussex South Stoke, Aruiulcl, Sussex Worksop, Notts Wandsworth, Surrey - 6, Cnssel's-place, Leith-walk Gainsborough - Frognal, Hainpstcnd - Limerick - - - - 7, Portland-place 123, Gcorge-stiei't, Edinburgh Clitheroe, Lancashire Keillor .... 2, Park-square, Leeds Subscribers-only content

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