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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sulhamstead Bannister

    east by Shinfield parish, but the western boundary is irregular, cutting across Wokefield Park and taking in Goddard's Green and Oakfield . On the north-west Burghfield Brook forms the boundary for some distance. The land lies at an altitude of

    Parishes St Helens

    began to lose its importance as a shipping centre. St. Helens include s the ecclesiastical parish of St. John 's, Oakfield , a suburb of Ryde , which was formed in 1844 from St. Helens , 7 and the pretty

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    Herbert C. Allfrey , it was purchased in 1900 by Mr. Alfred Palmer . 104 The remaining fourth, now called Oakfield , remained to Katherine and James Morgan . It is partly in the parish of Sulhamstead Bannister. Their son,

    Leisure and culture Open spaces and parks

    new Grosvenor Bridge approach road and the Wrexham turnpike. Zoo Chester zoo was opened in 1931 on 9 a. at Oakfield , a house in Upton Heath , by George Mottershead, who had previously kept a small collection of animals

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth from the mid 19th century HORNSEY

    automatic telephone exchange replaced Oakfield Villa 78 and the terraced shops east of Crouch End Hill , and Lake Villa made way for the town hall. 79 Oakfield House was replaced by 58 flats in Oakfield Court by 1937 .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amcan drwy hyny ydyw llihau derbyniadan y ELlywodraeth, y rhai sydd yn derbyn y tollau. i Drbniodd y COdben lawkiin, Oakfield, lildare, rlythyr bygthiol y oymerid ymaith ei fywyd o n ason- tyagei ei ardrethoedd i brisiad Griffith. -Yr faedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of hand for £500 were handed in. It was agreed : that £100 be granted from the Loan Fund to Oakfield ;, Road church. A letter of transfer frnm the Flintshire d Monthly Meeting was read, transferring to the PTes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    follows,-1897-February, Cath- erine Street ; April, Hill Street, Wrexham; June, Rhos; July, N orthop Hall; October, Hoylake; December, Flint. 1898,-February, Oakfield Rd.; April, Chester (City Road); June, Caergwrle ; July Buckley; October, Rossett; December, Breeze Hill. It was agreed that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    causes Fund for this yetr instead of Rev. T. G. Owen. It was agreed that Mr Arthur W. Thomas of Oakfield Road church be permitted to go through the Liverpool District as candidato for the MiDistry. Rev R. L. Rouse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Charles Pierce, U.H., Bangor 10 0 0 n Mr. B. Powell, Pembroke... ... 5 0 0 d 0 Eglwys Oakfield Rd., Liverpool 5 0 0 I- Mr. Thos. Parry, U.H., Wyddgrug 5 0 0 , Mr. Howell Williams, Llundain Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, August 1712, 18-20, 01 August 1712-31 August 1712

    Mr. Borret to advise with the Attorney General about the enclosed affidavits [missing ] concerning Dr. Chase of Hockfield [ Oakfield ] , Co. Southampton, in relation to the killing of her Majesty's venison in Windsor [ sic New ]

    General Index, N, O, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    Chute Forest, Hants O. Oadby , co. Leicester documents dated from Oakes , alias Kempe, John Mary, petition of Nicholas Oakfield , Berks Oatlands , Surrey documents dated from Occold , Suffolk Occurrents of 1633 , book of Odell , Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 402, November 15-30, 1638, 15 November 1638-30 November 1638

    28. 73. Confession of Thomas Thorne made this day to Archbishop Laud. About five years ago heard Edward Pimmerton, of Oakfield, Berks, say to Thomas Woodcocks, of Shingfield, Wilts, that on the death of Pimmerton's master, Thomas Smith, there was Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, 01 January 1712-31 December 1712

    England, ensign in, 470. Hochstadt , battle of, 382. Hockerill , co. Hertford, road from Stansted to, 357. Hockfield , [Oakfield ? ] , co. Southampton, 420. Hockinson , George, master of the Friendship , 540. Hodges , Robert, waterman


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