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    City Walls, Gates, and Posterns

    of St. Giles's church . Inside the defences there were 'guards' at the back of Christ Church , at the Hollybush in St. Thomas 's parish, at Holywell and Holywell mill, and at the magazine in New College ; there

    Bethnal Green The Green: Bethnal Green Village BETHNAL GREEN Bethnal Green village: principal estates

    Three Colts Lane and in Primrose Street . 59 On the north side of Bethnal Green Road , Hollybush Gardens existed between Hollybush Place and Punderson's Gardens by 1818 60 and contained four houses by 1836 . 61 Rebuilding included

    Monken Hadley Introduction

    John Pinney . 69 Lewis may also have built Hollybush , to the north, 70 which adjoins a smaller early-18th-century house. Livingstone Cottage and the adjoining Monken Cottage, between Monkenholt and Hollybush House , are mid-18thcentury buildings of urban appearance.

    Parishes St. Clement's

    ' Chequers ' ( 1768 ), 46 the ' Coach and Horses ' ( 1774 ), 47 and the ' Hollybush ' ( 1830 ). 48 The inns and ale-houses of the village were at this time a favourite resort

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    mob. 96 In 1770 one of two new brick houses on the eastern side of North End , later called Hollybush Hill , was occupied by a wine merchant. 97 In 1781, with another house to the south called Myrtle,

    Parishes Acton Trussell and Bednall

    the 19th century. This and the vicarage are the only houses of any size in Bednall . The post office, Hollybush Farm, and Lower Farm are timber-framed houses of the late 16th or early 17th century, much altered. At Lower

    Parishes Donhead St Mary

    were erected in the 20th century. In the street itself Home Farm on the west side and in Watery Lane Hollybush Farm, later called Greystones , on the south side were rebuilt in the mid 19th century. West of Charlton

    Black Bourton Economic history 28. Black Bourton parish before 1770, showing approximate location of open fields 29. William Wilkinson's design for model labourers' cottages at Rock Farm ( now in Carterton ), 1857

    40 per cent of the parish. 6 Between 1753 and 1769 the Upper or Down fields were divided into West, Hollybush , Ash , Alvescot mill, Copton , and East fields, which together followed an independent rotati on. Westbrook field

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1837 to 1875 Nova Scotia Gardens in 1857

    were built between 1846 and 1854 , were 'lamentable' in 1848 . A similar process took place in Punderson's and Hollybush places and gardens and was beginning in Whisker's gardens near Bonner Lane . On Markhams north of Lamb Street

    Bethnal Green Social and Cultural Activities St Bartholomew's Mission Activities c . 1891

    education for Bengalis. 53 By the 1980s and 1990s there were clubs associated with housing estates, for example Wellington and Hollybush , with the Bengali community, especially in the south-west, 54 and community centres for Globe Town in the former

    Index A-J

    duke of Surrey (d. 1400), Holland & Hannen , bldrs., Hollingshead : John, Thos., Hollybush Gdns. , Hollybush Gdns. ( Ho .) (L.C.C.) housing est. , Hollybush Pl. , Hollywood (Thos.) Ho . (M.B.) , flats in Approach Rd. housing

    Bethnal Green Protestant Nonconformity

    Street , mission originated in Calvinists 99 under min. Geo. Evans, who reg. outho. of John Mandeno at no. 11 Hollybush Pl. as mtg. ho. and Sun. sch. 1812 1 although congregation possibly existed by 1800 . 2 Robt. Gammon

    The county borough since 1910 STOKE-on-TRENT BOUNDARY EXTENSIONS

    Hilton Road (248) Harpfields; Riverside Road (122), Springfields (262), and Stone Road (95), Trent Vale ; Carron Street (58) and Hollybush (552), Fenton ; Anchor Road (256), Heathcote Street (158), Longley Road (544), and Longton Hall Road (120), Longton .

    Bethnal Green Economic History

    house in Bethnal Green Road in 1800 . 67 In 1802 he acquired ground to the north, between Punderson's and Hollybush gardens, which he and his son John, both gardeners, retained until 1836. 68 He leased other gardens: the 11-a.


    by John Ford , with John Edensor Heathcote for Hollybush farm lying to the west of Longton . 234 By 1813 further lands totalling 110 acres had been added to the Hollybush estate, 235 presumably as part of the Marquess

    Outlying Parts of the Liberty THE LIBERTY c. 1750

    to Christ Church . 91 The rest of the abbey's property in St. Thomas 's parish, 19 houses east of Hollybush Row and north of St. Thomas 's High Street , was granted to Edmund Powell of Sandford-on-Thames in 1544

    Social and Cultural Activities

    ction in Hell Passage, was the Spotted Cow in the late 18th century. 89 In the western suburbs was the Hollybush , on the site of the Royal Oxford Hotel, first mentioned in 1539 and rebuilt in 1771 ; it


    Three streets, Carling Grove , Newmount Place, and Surtees Grove , have been built at Golden Hill , while the Hollybush council estate which lies mainly in Longton just crosses the boundary into Fenton at Heron Cross . Some demolition

    Index K-Z

    authority, housing ests., and see Avebury ; Boundary St.; Collingwood ; Darling Row ; Dinmont; Eastman St .; Hereford ; Hollybush Gdns.; Horwood ; Minerva; Newling; Park View; Pritchard; Teesdale ; Wellington (formerly Waterloo ) pks. and open spaces, tram

    Modern Oxford South- West Oxford in 1850 South- East Oxford in 1850 North Oxford in 1850 GROWTH OF THE URBAN AREA

    open staircases, arranged around three sides of a communal courtyard. 26 In 1893 Christ Church built a four-storey block in Hollybush Row, known as the Christ Church New Buildings . 27 Both 'tenement' blocks, an unusual feature outside the larger

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