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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kew

    Parishes KewKEW Kayhor (xiv cent.); Kayo (xv cent.); Keyowe, Kaiho, Kayhoo, Cewe (xvi cent.); Ceu (xvii cent.) The parish of Kew lies on the Surrey bank of the Thames and is about 3461/4 acres in extent, the greater part

    Friaries The friars of the Sack

    warden of London Bridge , for the sum of 60 marks and the maintenance of the chantry of Richard le Kew , certain tenements in Colechurch Street, in the parish of St. Olave Jewry , and of St. Margaret Lothbury

    Chiswick Communications CHISWICK c. 1815

    at Old Chiswick and Kew were mentioned in 1659 44 and presumably had long been in use, since there were no medieval bridges over the Thames in Middlesex . 45 Kew ferry grew busier after Kew became a royal residence,

    Chiswick Introduction

    west, at Old Brentford in Ealing parish, the boundary turned south-west, away from the road, to meet the river at Kew bridge. The parish contained 1,216 a. in 1871 3 and 1,245 a. in 1881 , after the addition in

    The hundred of Kingston Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF KINGSTON .

    CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF KEW LONG DITTON PETERSHAM KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES MALDEN RICHMOND 1 In the Domesday Survey Kingston , Petersham , Long Ditton , Thames Ditton , and Malden are entered under Kingston Hundred, 2 Richmond and Kew then forming part

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gwehveh yn dda i mi gyi: Iwyno i'ch darllenwyr y waith han y tabl canlynol o arsylliadau heulaidd yr Arsyllfa Kew, ger LDun- dain, yn ystod y flwyddyn 1869; ydym yn ei roddi fel y'i darllenwyd yn ngbyfarfad y Rt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Ymerawdwr wedi derbyn llongyfarchiadau ngwahanol wledydd Ewrop ar ganlyniad y pleidleisiad. ._ _ Adroddir fod dyn yn ugwaith. nwy Kew, I Barking, bore dydd LDun diweddafwedi myned i lawr i Ifynon a berthynai i'r gwaith i fesur y R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gadw "in vacua," fl wrtli awgrymqiad a chyfryddyd DT. iF. BE. Lees, gs an.C;0< :tj;:-: F\: y R A N KEW RIG H T, Cheis~t, Kensingto, L Odo'n Yn y Gwin hwn nmae archwaeth hyhryd ac ansoddan maethlon y Grswn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 1; I Kew bbim'.110ftoma. D - I ID - - . - I ? -? - 1%.. ? Dywedir. fod Count Arnim' yn 'berygll iaf- Hysbysir f6dy chol'era ryn drwm' Yu 'y,', Dywedir fod afiechyd, ypytatys yn parhau i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nW < EWYDDION DIWE:DDA~Af- I i i j I i L I I I I I I I I ,I (Gyd,'r Pellebyr.) LLU1NDAIN, Boreu Iku. Y RHYFEL YN ZULULAND-. yn ychwanegol al y fyddin sy&-i wedi ui rhifa ys' Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 28th September 1832

    Saunders's little nephew played on the fiddle and first one of the men called Gassone danced, very well; & then Kew likewise very well. After that the little boy played the Tiroliene very well; and then he sung Alice Gray

    Friday 28th September 1832

    Saunders's little nephew played on the fiddle and first one of the men called Gassone danced, very well; & then Kew likewise very well. After that the little boy played the Tiroliene very well; and then he sung Alice Gray

    Friday 16th May 1834

    till 11. At 11 came the Dean till 1. At 1 we 3 lunched as Uncle and Charles went to Kew . At ½ past 2 came Mons. Grandineau till ½ past 3. At a ¼ to 4 came Mme.Bourdin

    Friday 16th May 1834

    till 11. At 11 came the Dean till 1. At 1 we 3 lunched as Uncle and Charles went to Kew . At ½ past 2 came Mons. Grandineau till ½ past 3. At a ¼ to 4 came Mme.

    Thursday 17th October 1839

    Colonel Angelo ; talked of Ernest's having fever; the Cambridges not liking this Match, their having been so disagreeable at Kew ; their wishing George, for me; “It was clear he didn't wish it,” said Lord M., “by his distant

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Royal Kew Lodge

    London, England 1984 Lancaster Gate Hotel, 106 Lancaster Gate, London, England 1976 Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, England 1914 Hotel Rembrandt, Thurloe Place, London, England 1949 Greyhound Hotel, Richmond, London, England 1911 Kew Gardens Hotel, Kew, London, England 1903

    Stilehall Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Greyhound Hotel, George Street, Richmond, Surrey, England 1946 Star and Garter Hotel, Kew Bridge Road, Kew, Surrey, England 1955 West London Masonic Centre, Churchfield Road, Ealing, Middlesex, England 1985 West London Masonic Centre, Churchfield

    Royal York Lodge of Perseverance

    "Lodge of Hope," No. 7 [No. 4 (A) of 6 Sept. 1769], 12 March 1832. Meeting Places King's Arms, Kew Green, Kew, London 1776 Golden Fleece, Old Palace Yard, London 1779 Westminster Arms, Tothill Street, Westminster, London 1790 In the

    Lodge of Affability

    Lane Market, London 1755 Horse Shoe, Blow Bladder Street, Cheapside, London 1772 Blue Anchor, George Street, Foster Lane, London 1773 Half Moon Tavern, Cheapside, London 1782 Rose and Crown, Kew Green, Kew, London 1783 Castle Inn, New Brentford, London 1790

 

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