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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Economic history

    of the 19th century, and in 1902 the merger for which Arthur Keen had been working took place: Nettlefolds joined Guest, Keen & Co. to form Guest, Keen & Nettlefolds Ltd. By the outbreak of the First World War the

    Alstonefield Fawfieldhead

    after feast of Purification 17 Hen. VI (as Harebache). Ibid. D. 2375M/1/1, 1st ct. 8 Hen. IV (as Snethlesych). B.R.L., Keen 261A, deed of 10 July 1571 , reciting deed of duke of Lancaster to Sir Edw. Mundy. Below, econ.

    The borough of Tewkesbury Economic history

    Rep. Sel. Cttee. on Machinery , H.C. 201, p. 231 ( 1841 ), vii. E.g. Glos. R.O., D 247 ( Keen 36, 41, 43-45). Tewkes. Boro. Recs., minutes etc. 1618-51 . Smith, Men and Armour , 121-7. C.J . xviii.

    Economic and Social History Industry and Trade, 1880-1960

    a combination of Watkins and Keen , Fox, Henderson & Co., and Weston and Grice and other firms dating from 1864), all already united, 57 absorbed Nettlefolds. The name Keen came from that of Arthur Keen , an initiator of

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Local government Urban District (Later Borough) of Uxbridge

    for awarding the workhouse contract to John Keen , who had submitted a tender of 4 s . 3 d . a head. Another tender of 4 s . was submitted but Keen , who was said to be a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nerthoedd y .t Y rydwelthioyn rymus ar feddyliau, y bredorion, Dni drefin y moddion eyhoeddusy $abbath. i 10, pregethodd U Keen, oddiar'rfifigi WO,,' '4a., a Mr. T. Jerman Jone8s; r '1enwehif biwb sydd yn flinderog Rc y'ilwtg,"&o.J Aih2, Hugh Roberts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    angbofio ei dyled i Rwsia am ,sefyl yn Ilonydd yn Th70; ac hwyrach' fod ynddi beth o'r diolchgarweh hwnw, " Keen sense .offavours te come." Nid yw heb fodyn edrych ymlaen am ymdrech arall rywbryd A Ffrainc. t Ae am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bob nos W ener. Ye ddiweddar, yr ydym wedi cael anerchiadau (la a buddiol gan y Parchn. J. 0. Y Keen, D.D., J. Morgan Jones, T. Spuargeon, ac y eraill. Er mor ddistaw a dirodres y dygir y A graith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lehiioe wvtyb," ye d'we~dir. eCs L ao, tranndei Mr. WLilliaras ei ddar- lith lbobio;Lcai-dd ac arnsecrc ar y testyn, " Keen to the right." Yr oedd ci pe Etcbsaezer yn iicre, a Mr. Iwilhimar: gallan feddvvl, van tradlodi yur ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . e . .r Swpper yr Arglwydd." "1yir amserol, yn cynwys golygiadaa uin o'n meddyi. Wr mwyaf gwreiddiol." Pris 6ch. Keen gwahanol IRwyiiadan, Llian 1/-; lian DOeUh, 2/- Lledr, Ymylau AU?, 2/6. LLYFR PENBLWYDD; * Yn cynw ys Adood a Subscribers-only content

 

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