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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Note on abbreviations

    Liber Henrici de Soliaco Abbatis Glaston ., et Vocatur Liber A (Roxburghe Club, 1882). Pembroke Manors 1631-2 (W.A.S. Rec. Brch.) Kerridge , E. (ed.) Surveys of the Manors of Philip, Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (W.A.S. Rec. Brch. ix). P.N.

    Note on abbreviations

    Salisbury , 1891). P.N. Wilts . (E.P.N.S.) The Place-Names of Wiltshire (English Place-Name Society). Pembroke Manors 1631-2 (W.A.S. Rec. Brch.) Kerridge , E. (ed.) Surveys of the Manors of Philip, First Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (W.A.S. Rec. Brch. ix).

    Note on abbreviations

    Salisbury , 1891). P.N. Wilts . (E.P.N.S.) The Place-Names of Wiltshire (English Place-Name Society). Pembroke Manors 1631-2 (W.A.S. Rec. Brch.) Kerridge , E. (ed.) Surveys of the Manors of Philip, First Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (W.A.S. Rec. Brch. ix).

    Islington Growth: Newington Green and Kingsland

    and Mildmay roads and Newington Green school . 34 On a bombed site in Kingsbury Road the four-storeyed blocks of Kerridge Court were built by the L.C.C. between 1947 and 1952 ; they had 130 dwellings by 1967 , when

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    Jacques, John; Jacques, John, & Son; Jacques, Wm.; Jellicoe, G.A.; Jones & Son; Kempthorne , Sampson ; Kent , Wm.; Kerridge & Sons; Leah, Wm.; Maberly, A.W.; Madox, G.V.; Medland , Jas.; Medland , M.H.; Medland and Maberly; Medland &

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in his pocket, and execute the orders out of the stock ath Jis convenience. Witness put him into the custodyof Kerridge, the ward beadle, and he was detained in the premises for some hours, until Pituther diacQverY was made, The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    partner in the house of Botle, Kerridge, and Co. bankers of Florence. Alexander Graham, his ion, passing under the name of Nicholson. Allen Bogle. son-in-law of Cunningham Graham, chief of' the firm of Bagle, Kerridge, and Co. 1F'reppn, an Italian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitcombt, Gosport, seap manUfaclUlers-Jnly 13, H Browe, Wa'hingtonr teorace, Norlh Shil Its, Northtembeland, ship oateter- IJr;ly 6, J. Gien, of Kerridge (and not Kenidge, as advertised ihilstTuesday's ' Gazelte,') Presibury, Cheshire, stone merchant-July 9, H. ard J. Notwl, Rorhdale, Laorcashire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    orgau-ciamhnier under the tower, and a vestry on the soulth Bil le side, Externally the edifice will bo faced with Kerridge pi, ad per pIailits, with Horton anid Biddilpli stone dressings pi Cy and the tower will be 00 Ofeet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extend- ing over an area of 800 square yards, the style of the architecture Roman. with a vermticulated plinth of Kerridge stone, and fagsade of Hollington stone, ornamented with Corinthian details, Ionic columns and entablatttres, blocking, with Renalssanie details. The Subscribers-only content

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