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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Homerton and Hackney Wick Clapton Common c . 1830

    Hackney Homerton and Hackney Wick HOMERTON AND HACKNEY WICK. Homerton was recorded from 1343, often as Humberton , and recalled the farm of a woman named Hunburh. 44 A hamlet ( hamella ) by 1363 , 45 it grew up

    Hackney Settlement and Building to c. 1800 HACKNEY c. 1750

    . 54 Settlements were recorded at Dalston in the 13th century, Clapton , Homerton , and Kingsland in the 14th, and Shacklewell in the 15th, but only Homerton in 1605 was more populous than Mare Street and Church Street .

    Hackney Local Government Borough of Hackney London Borough of Hackney

    Clapton , the upper end of Homerton , Mare Street , and the lower end of Homerton . 18 By 1654, although the manors still had the same lord, Hackney courts were held at Homerton ; much less frequent than

    Cherry Hinton Education

    to the Morley Memorial School opened in 1900 on Blinco Grove as a nondenominational school to provide teaching practice for Homerton Teacher Training College. 5 In 1905 the school had on average 210 children, and by 1919 that figure had

    List of maps

    ) " 39 Clapton Common c . 1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) " 45 High Street , Homerton , c . 1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) " 52 Grove Street and Well Street c

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    Machel of Hackney , Esq: Daughter to Will. Coton of Panfield in Essex , Esq; Dyed at her House in Homerton , May 11, 1574 , in Childbed: Deliver'd of two Children, John Son and Heir, and Frances. Buried May

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L - Z

    of Homerton, 1094 John, cordwainer, of Putney, 247 Robert, gardener, constable and headborough, 42, 56, 63, 216, 522, 620, 875 Lucas Elizabeth, of Homerton, 1124 Joseph, labourer, 290, 192, 561 William, of Homerton, 1030 Lucy , Mary, of Homerton, 1104

    Index, A - K

    see Bodycoate Bodnam , Joseph, of Homerton, 992 Bodycoate (Bodicoat, Bodycoat) S. (d. 1740), 359 Samuel, of Homerton, 169, 366, 413, 418, 441 Boet , Marresia, of Church Street, 366 Bolland , Ruth, of Homerton, 871 Bollard , Ruth (d.

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1741-44 (nos 993-1034)

    [for ] Stamp Brooksbank Esq r , Upper Homerton; John Coombes, Grove Street, Sworn; Robert Reynolds, Dorleston and Kingsland, Sworn in Court; John Daniel, Newington & Shacklewell, Sworn; Thomas Pile, Lower Homerton, Sworn. Ale Conners: William Wood, Sworn; Robert Merriton,

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1752 (nos 1076-1108)

    William Branson, Mare Street Division; John Rogers, [Mare Street ] Division, Sworn; John Cowley Sworn [for ] Alexander Sheafe, Upper Homerton Division; William Cawne Sworn [for ] Benjamin Shervill, Clopton Division; John Johnson Sworn [for ] John Clarke, Grove Street

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1753 (1109-end)

    [for ] Robert Grosvenor, Grove Street Division; John Shooburt Sworn [for ] Jacob Albert, Upper Homerton Division; Thomas Cooper Sworn [for ] Francis Roberts, Lower Homerton Division; William Cawne Sworn [for ] Moses Lamego, Clapton Division; William Lacey, Sworn [for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spurr, liishopeswate-ttreet. WV. Prior, Lock-~hforn, Kent, innkeeper. Attorney, Mr. Addis, Park-street, WVestminster. SATURDArS LONDON GAZE77TR. BANIKTRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. 5. p. Seddon, Homerton, Middlesex, merchant. BANKRUPTS. T. Ceoper, Wormixood-street, victunller. Attorney, Mr. Castle, .cnrsitur-street, Chancery-lane. It.Postgtate, Great Driffield, Yorkshire, tanner. Attorney, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SATURDAY'S LONDOM-CZog2tE. I Mlhtelal, Mifty 7. The King has been pleased to constitute and appoint the R ight Hon. Henry Baron MSulgrave, Sir R. Bickerton, gart. Vice-Admuiral of the White Squadrus of his Ala- jesty's Fleet ; Wm. Johnstone Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 olelock. Himsiervant themr bromtglit his horse, which the deceased molltited, attd rode off, intetndintg to dine Wiith his familyat Homerton; bot ilt Camomile-street, he fell, and wan picked sip in a state of insensibility. Symptoms of apoplexy soon became Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Christian and a minister."-The report is signed, John Townsend, chairman; Thos. Harper, Secre- tary; H. F. Burder, William Walford, Homerton; John IMorison, George Collison, William Harris, Hoxton; J. Flet- cher. The Committee were occupied six weeks; they as- sembled Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ehnd laopstsad- en Thursdays to Stamford-EHill alnd Edmonton; on Fridays. to West End of the Town; and on Saturdays to Homerton, Hackney, Claspton, Sod Ilsitn; when any orders he may be favoured with will he punctually rl~~~~~~ T HE COUNTY Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 May 1811, 21 May 1811

    whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed : Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Congregation Homerton: of Proteftant Diffenters, affembling for Divine Worfhip in the Meeting-Houfe at Homerton, in the County of Mid- dlefex, under the Paftoral Care and Miniftry of Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1818, 2 March 1818

    Westminster, and the Vicinity, on behalf of themselves, and others: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Hackney, Homerton and Clapton, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the City of Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1828, 22 February 1828

    County of Suffolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Tutors and Homerton Students of Homerton College, in the Parish of Hackney, College, Middlesex, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Hackney: Also, Upon reading the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    fiom, n'z. Ball's Pond, 68. Birmingham, 62. Clapton, 68. Chelmsford, 68. Dalston,68. Darlington. 78. Gloucester, 78. Hackney, 68. Hereford, 106. Homerton, 68. Kingsland, 68. New- castle-upon-Tyne, 114. Shacklewell, 68. Shields, North, 68 Shields, South, 114. Sunderland, 87. Tynemouth, 68. Whitechapel, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    319 b. Hilperton, 315 a. Hinde Street, 311 b. Holbrook, 311a. Holcomb, 302 b. Holloway, 312 b. Holt, 308 a. Homerton, 303 b. • Hope Street, 306 a. Horningham, 301 b. Horsleydown, 307 a. Horsleyheath, 302 b. Houghton (Little), 317 Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JOHN CLARKE, RICHARD HARDING, Theft, 09/01/1776

    . " ELIZABETH HUTCHINS being sworn "deposed, that she is servant to Mrs. Watts, "a widow lady, who lives at Homerton ; "and that the wearing apparel mentioned in "the indictment was stolen out of the prosecutrix's "yard, in which

    HENRY OTWAY, Theft, 18/09/1802

    lead, value 8s. the property of John Musgrove . JOHN MUSGROVE sworn. - I am a carpenter , at Homerton ; the prisoner was a labourer with me in August last; the lead was taken from the cellar, and I


    - Examined by Mr. Knowlys. Q. Are you the wife of George Scales ? - A. Yes; I live at Homerton , the second door from the Adam and Eve: I saw the prisoner before I lost the things, in

    WILLIAM HIGGS, Theft, 16/09/1807

    gave a woman half a crown for it. I took him to the watch-house. GEORGE MASH . I live at Homerton . I am a farmer . I saw the goose in the cow-shed on the 15th of August, about

    DAVID CAKEBREAD, Theft, 30/11/1808

    the property of Joseph Catmore . JOSEPH CATMORE . I am groom and footman to Mr. M'Murray, he lives at Homerton . Q. What is the boy - A. He works on the premises as a labourer to Mr. M'Murray.


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