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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mixbury

    former Great Central opened in 1899 to the east. 5 The nearest station is the former L.M.S. Fulwell and Westbury station. Half of Fulwell Bridge is in the parish, and the other half is in Buckinghamshire . In 1877 it

    Sport, ancient and modern Golf

    9 and Fulwell Clubs have separate courses for ladies, those of the first-named three clubs being of nine holes, while that of the Fulwell Club is an eighteen-hole one 5,000 yds. in extent. The West Middlesex , Fulwell , and

    Teddington Protestant nonconformity

    evenings. 17 According to an inscription on the building, the Fulwell Mission Fellowship hall was opened in 1902 after eighteen years of gospel mission work had been done in Fulwell Road . A resident minister was appointed in 1957 and

    Teddington Economic and social history

    of land, on which chickens and a few cows were kept and a market-garden was cultivated. 10 Part of the Fulwell golf course was also taken for agricultural use during the Second World War, and was under grass in 1957

    Girton Economic History

    south of the village, while Church field (250 a.), so named by 1493 , 63 adjoined Impington to the east. Fulwell field (93 a.) probably straddled the Huntingdon road in the southeast near Cambridge , and the Great and Little

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 28, June 1583, 01 June 1583-30 June 1583

    depending before you between the bearer, Stephen Fulwell, one of the officers of the Jewel House, and John Wood, for the title of the parsonage of Icklington, held of Windsor College. As Fulwell is my ancient friend, and an honest Subscribers-only content

    General Index, F, 01 January 1580-31 July 1625

    gentleman of the Bedchamber and Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries to Prince Charles letters to warrants by Fulwell , Stephen Funeral of the Archbishop of Canterbury , accof Funtres , John Furgus , Sir John Furner , Subscribers-only content

    Index, F, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    , Sir Thos., g. 149 (70). Fulthrope , Thos., 1025 (2): g. 634 (8). -, -, signature of, 1025 (2). Fulwell , letter dated at, 256. Funen , island of, App. 1177. Funfkirchen , in Hungary, 91. Fuppison , Galien,

    Appendix, Corrections to volume 4

    Appendix Corrections to volume 4 VOLUME THE FOURTH . EAST BARNET. P. 10. The mansion mentioned in this page was purchased by Mr. Trevor, in 1732, of John Moore, Gent. Richard Trevor, Lord Bishop of St. David's (devisee of

    Cases before the Committee, August 1652, 01 August 1652-31 August 1652

    in North Pittington, co. Durham, bought from the Trustees for Sale of Dean and Chapter lands, by John Young, of Fulwell, Durham. [ See p . 655 supra . ] 18 974 John Troute, Low, Cornwall. Vol. G No. or Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire, Esq.; Charles Tempest, of Broughton hall, Yorkshire, Esq.; Andrew Armstrong, of Gallen priory, King's county, Esq.; William Clays of Fulwell lodge, Middlesex, Esq.; John M'Taggart, of Ardwell, Wigtownshire, Esq.; Henry Winston Barron, of Bellevue, Kilkenny, Esq. ; George Gerard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Cosier), Southwark street, Director of the Southwark and Vauxhall, and Grand Junction Water Companies. Sir William D. Clay, Bart., Fulwell lodge, Twickenham, and 9 Lowndes sqtare, W.. Director of the Southwark and Vauxheall Water Company. Charles William Schwaben. Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calisto and Meliboea. 1520. 2. Nice Wanton, An Interlude. 1560. 3. An Interlude, called Like Will to Like, by Ulpian Fulwell. 1568. 4. The History of Jacob and Esau. 1568. 5. The Marriage of Wit and Science. 1570. On this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OnoDas or Ruxxnso.-Mlle Nursery, I;30 Walton, 2.0, Ted. iin a dington, 2,30; October Two-year-old late, .0; Cambridgeshire S3 Trial, 3.40; Fulwell Plate, 4.10; Sunbury, 4.,49. . , Y AiatsvrA.-Heraid, Chevronel, Skipetar, Beauregard, &owl. .ton, Danelnane, Enchanter, Landrost, Jubilee, Saucy, Ballona Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ad hlrozen po'05l over which they had been sliding ; and 'n'ow we aie told. Wi of two others-,-one at Fulwell;,. .id the' otJbr at fro: Croydoti, in.the latter of whichl a gOntienian named to 1 ~Yowis~wdrowued.I'hi heo;a~h kie Of Subscribers-only content

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