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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Salford

    formed by Chapel Street, Gravel Lane , and Greengate ; much of it is occupied by the Exchange station. Greengate was continued north by Springfield Lane . In the centre of Greengate , near the junction with Gravel Lane ,

    Bethnal Green The North West: Hackney Road The North-west: principal estates

    the mid 18th century. 52 Development later quickened. Between 1786 and 1789 26 houses were built, mostly by Baker at Greengate north of Crabtree Row, including Crescent Place and Somerset Buildings. 53 In 1789 John Allport (d. 1807), lessee of

    West Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    and were joined in 1909 by Greengate . The object of the mission was to ensure pastoral care for churches too poor to support separate ministers, but the traditions of independence were too strong: Greengate left the union in 1914

    West Ham Transport and postal services

    Manor Park . 16 In 1886 also the company opened a line from Canning Town along Barking Road to the Greengate , Plaistow , with an extension to a depot in Tunmarsh Lane. In 1877 it experimented briefly, in Leytonstone

    West Ham Worthies, entertainments, sports and pastimes

    public hall, Woodgrange Road, built about 1902, contained a theatre, known for many years as the Grand. 71 The Y.M.C.A., Greengate Street , Plaistow , built in 1921 , included the Little Theatre, used for live productions as well as

  • * British History Online * *

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    Supplementary Records, Troutbeck

    the township of Kentmere (by the Garburn Pass) and that a certain part of the same King's highway beginning at Greengate Foot and so on to the Church bridge in the township of Troutbeck, containing in length 150 yards and

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 11 November 1830, 11 November 1830-11 November 1830

    Methodist Congregation assembled at Shelley , whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Greengate, Salford: And also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of the Unitarian Congregation assembling at Greengate, Salford, Manchester , whose Names are thereunto subscribed; severall y praying

    Tables, January to December 1767, 01 January 1767-31 December 1767

    John (As above.) 319 Communication to transpn. for 7 years. Osbourn, Moses Horse-stealing Death Stafford 22 " 320 Do. do. Greengate, George Do. Do. Do. Do. do. Rogers, Thomas Do. Do. Do. Commutation to transpn. for 14 years. Harrison, Francis Subscribers-only content

    Index, A - K

    5, 6, 17, 127. " School, 128. Green , John, 256, 280. " Samuel, 55. Greenfoot , Hutton , 120. Greengate Foot , Troutbeck , 197. Greenholme Bridge , 25. Greenhow , Robert, 242. Greenlane , Lupton , 296. Greenodd

    Index to Session 1830-31, K-Z

    of Youghal; Brigham, & c.; Whitehaven; and Sporlecum Palgrave. - Margate; High Street Chapel, Huddersfield; Berry Brow, Huddersfield; Lindley; Shelley; Greengate, Salford; Linthwaite; and Huddersfield, ibid . - Burlington, & c.; Flambro'; Shaftesbury; The Sokens, Essex; Hornchurch; Albury; Witham; Pembroke;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at r amoan. Cafwyd un o'r darlithoedd greue an amrywv yetyron. CYNDETrrHAs LENYDDOL,-N08 Iau, dan lywyddiaeth 1 Mr. John Jones, Greengate St., cawsom ddarlith ar n2 ilygad gSD Dr. .eury Edwards, Porthdinorwig. Daeth cynniliad da ynghyd, a rhoddwyd derhyniad cynes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Felicith Binet, Caen, Department of Cahraday, Francea and, on the 4th, John Skelton, Esq. Leeds, Yorkshire, and Ruthetta Smithson, Barston, Greengate, Gunseley, Yorkshire; followed by Wm. Smith, Esq. Wig. ton, Cemberland, to Isabella Graves, same place. From this it would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and H. Solomonk, Portugal street-S. R. Clitberow anid T. P. Harris, Greengate gardens, Hackney road, firework manufacturers-H. Porter and W. Taylor, Derby, booksellers -G. Bousfield anid Co. Gracectiurch street, wbolesale woollen drapers; as far as regards W. Knott-Linaey and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Royal Marines: Second LieUt. R. T, S. Davis to be First Lieut., vice Rose, resigned. Bnrsncriepteies Ansnulled.-J. Galloway, jun., Greengate;, Bradaod Yorkshire, cloth matOfacturer-C. Wharton, Sandbach, Cheshire, dealer and chapmfan. B asslerupts.-T. P.attlray, Bedford place, Comtmercial road East, ironmr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Confectioners.-Wanted, a streng Youth, about 161 g oe who can mould preferred. State reference and wages.-I ,Apsply' Albert Humemersley, 37, Greengate SkreetSafrd Ol nA RES (Bread).-Wanted. Youth, f or Baksehouse; must he able ,DPto camrybag oftour.-92, Cbesgside. M~16 B fo Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUGGE, Robert (by 1503-59), of Norwich, Norf.

    of William Rugge’s low reputation, but materially he did well out of it, with a grant of the manor of Greengate and leases of two others belonging to the see helping to swell the landed interest which he amassed in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 May 1827, 31 May 1827

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Corporation & Test Acts, (Kendah) Hyde in Stockport: Stockport: Protestant Dissenters, Greengate, Salford: Upon reading the Petition of the Unitarian Dissenters residing in the Town of Kendal, whose Names are there¬ Subscribers-only content

    Index, 22 January 1828

    ; from Catholics of Ireland, 211.—Protestant Dissenters of Liverpool, 255.— Protestant Dissenters of South Shields, 340.—Kendal; Dissenters of Hyde; Stockport; Greengate, Salford, Manchester; and Rochdale, 372. — Pro¬ testant Dissenters at Middleton, 379. —Wareham; Dissenting Ministers in London and Westminster Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1828, 26 February 1828

    ¦ Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters assembling for Religious Worship in the Uni¬ tarian Meeting House, Greengate, Salford, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters residing in Frome Selwood, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1828

    Ruabon, Wrexham; and Bold Street, Liverpool, 80.— Dover; Wattisham; Chapel, Mare Street, Hackney; Chapel in London Road, Southwark; Meeting House, Greengate, Salford; Frome Selwood; Saint Mary Street Chapel, Cardiff; Chapel in High Street, Deptford; Corsley; Gellionnen Chapel, Neath; Hopton in Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1829, 13 March 1829

    That the said Petition do lie on the Table. Ipswich: an olic ns, ions in ¦of: dstone:) Unitarian Meeting House, Greengate, Upon reading the Petition of the Catholics of Ireland, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships, '* in Subscribers-only content

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