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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dorking

    A great number of gentlemen's houses surround the Holmwood Common , and some standing upon it represent the original intrusions of squatters upon the waste of the manor-confirmed by lapse of time. Holmwood Park was the seat of the late

    Enfield Education

    1848 ) attended a school run by the Revd. Stephen Freeman in a house in Baker Street later known as Holmwood . 79 In 1832 Enfield had 12 boarding schools, five private day-schools, and one preparatory school; 80 in 1858

    Earls Colone Introduction Earls Colne 1598 Earls Colne priory, Holt street , and Colneford Hill in 1598 Earls Colne street plan, 1898

    churchyard and Park Lane or alternative names for the same green. Mill green in Tey Road, on the site of Holmwood Farm, may have been the mill green which had been encroached on by 1395 . 97 Pound green, on

    Enfield Growth before 1850

    the Rectory, Lee House , used as a school in the 19th century under the name of Gothic Hall, and Holmwood and Pattensweir, adjacent 18th-century buildings at the corner of Clay Hill . 61 Pettins Ware, recorded in 1686 ,


    the former Freezy Water farm, west of Hertford Road , in 1881 , and laid out Holly, Oakhurst , and Holmwood Roads; several houses had appeared by 1897 66 but there, too, plots remained empty until the 1930s . Brimsdown

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Stonor, brother of Lord Camoys, was so touch hurt on Friday by the fall of a beech tree at Holmwood, near Henley'on..Thames, that he survived the accident but a few hours. M. E, Corbally, Esq., has been elected Member Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Surbiton, Mr GlIby, aged SO -On the 3rd, atLansdowne place South Lambeth, Mrs Hewitt, aged 85-On the 3rd, at Holmwood cottage, Dorking, Mrs Walpole, in her 8ard year-On the 4th, at Twicktenbam, the Rev. D. Lewis, aged SO-On the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or a Certosa of the Apennines. Coming nearer home, the charms of Haslemere and the Hindhead, Leith Hill a-ad the Holmwood, Dorking and the Vale of Albury, afford Mr. Jennings pleasant excur- sions and the texts for much delightful prosing. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    emnoloving abont 3D nlC n', hei offered 10 per cent, advance, w icn has been &ocepteed le The men at Holmwood Colliery. Clay Crore , a resamed work on being granted 10 per cent advance h er the collieries in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHOr or TOM CEBsi ; Great Metropolitan ,tak.s CkaILLON or FAiLLOW C.AT- Great Surrey Has.i' PoM or ST. SntPaoom: ; Holmwood Stakes,. LDY GUARD. With so much racing to be dealt with, I shall pass Over the second day atFour Subscribers-only content


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