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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Hampstead Heath

    The origins of the lands added on the east side of the heath, Parliament Hill , Parliament Hill Fields, and Kenwood , belong to the history of St. Pancras ; those of the north-westerly additions, the Golders Hill estate and

    Hornsey , including Highgate Buildings of Highgate

    the Gillmans moved from Moreton House to no. 3 the Grove . Coleridge had a study-bedroom in the attic overlooking Kenwood , where he was visited by James Fenimore Cooper and Walter Savage Landor and where he died in 1834

    Hampstead North End, Littleworth , and Spaniards End

    years, was recorded in 1680 and may have been the New inn marked on the road through Cane Wood ( Kenwood ) to Highgate c . 1672. 82 At the other side of the heath, where Heath Road branched into

    Index K-Z

    , see Charlton ; Quex Pk.; Tunbridge Wells ; Westgate-on-Sea Kent's Pl. , Kenwood ( Cane Wood ) , in St. Pancras , Kenwood Ho . , Kenwood Preservation Council , Kenwrick: Edw., Eliz., Wm., Kerrison: Rob. M ., Wm.,

    Hampstead Communications HAMPSTEAD COMMUNICATIONS

    Castle, a second road, by 1862 called Spaniard's Road, 30 led from Hampstead town to Highgate through Cane Wood ( Kenwood ). It existed by c . 1672 and was mentioned in 1695 . 31 Roads crossing North End Way

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K, 01 January 1724-31 December 1725

    General, Jamaica, attempt to bribe, 790. Kennedy , Archibald, Receiver General and Collector, N.Y., 624. -,-, recommended for Council, 788. Kenwood , Peter, Capt., 401 vi. Kerfoot , John, 261 iii ( a ); and see Chandois, case of. King

    Index Of Persons And Places, K, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    salary, 154. -, William, late Receiver General of taxes for co. Lancs., 535. Kenward , Jeremiah, coastwaiter at Plymouth, 528. Kenwood , William, tenant in Gready manor, 237. Keppel , Arnold Joost van, Earl of Albemarle, his room at Kensington,

    General index

    and benefactions, 226 230. Kensington gardens , 184. Kensington palace , 183, 184. Kentish-town chapel , 360. manor of, 345. Kenwood , account of, 348 350. Kilbourn wells , 635. Killigrew , Thomas , a dramatic writer, 219. King William

    Henry VIII, May 1514, 21-31, 01 May 1514-31 May 1514

    , Chr. Twattes; Charyte , Th. Wodale; Mary Gorge , Edm. Wyseman; Swallow , Rob. Mownteney; Catteryn galey , Wm. Kenwood, master and captain; Jennet Perwyn , Laurence Farkeley ( signature Fayrclive); Lezard , Chr. Coo; Roose galley , John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weeks ending November 19, has been thirty to every 100,000 inhabitants. Hampstead Company: Sources of supply, springs at Hampstead and Kenwood, and two artesian wells; elevation eighty feet; deaths per 100,000 inhabitants, 5. [This dis- trict is also supplied by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birkenhead ; Black-and-tan Terrier Club's special prize for the best uncropped dog or bitch over 12 months old among price-Winners, 'Kenwood George," .T. Tatham. -IBitches (large): 1st, "Broomfield Daisy," T. EDlis; 2nd, "Broomfield Jessie," T. Ellis.-tDogs (smnall): lst, "Broomfield King, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Englewood, with the ,Mtdway Great :Railroad shops and bridae works, and then stretching south-easterly along the lake shore trough1 (Jalsland, Kenwood, and Hyde Park to South Ohicago. and its great enterprises. Study the remaining area 'end' Bee what 'remains of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    probable. I Mr. George Wosterholme, the well-known mnnufsoturer 3of cutlery, Wanshington Works, Sheffleld died on Friday kafternoon, at his residence, Kenwood Pari. The great iron bridge across the Danube on the Prater, Iat Vicnna will bo opened for trailio on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hAIeslifger's Homio and six Clottages. SW) coons' Fosse, Greoutd cent j - dl. 7s. 3 I.-Apply to Mir. Won. Ibbuotsun, Kenwood Btank, lihacroy, Sl L.'.E:SII .-n alllonnantrl lnclneoo for Salo: a . touig.afain. Tlirough drirth or lPropiltr Esalelaidi~ed oner. al.i Subscribers-only content

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