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  • * Victoria County History *

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    South Mimms Education

    children transferred from Parkfield junior school. Five classrooms were built in 1964 and by 1972 the school accommodated 321 children. In 1960 the rest of Parkfield junior school transferred to the new Sunnybank junior school, whereupon Parkfield became Mount Grace

    South Mimms Social life

    1930s . 85 Potters Bar village institute was built in 1893 by public subscription in memory of Henry Parker of Parkfield , and contained a hall seating 200 persons, a reading room, lending library, and billiard room. Club premises were

    Parishes Ravenstone

    the west of the village, which is near the eastern boundary, is a much smaller plantation called Parkfield Spinney, and near it is Parkfield Farm. Here must have been the ' Great Park 's of Ravenstone , mentioned about 1270.

    South Mimms Public services

    of the area of the parish constituted open space. Between 1934 and 1937 Potters Bar U. D.C. acquired 114 a.; Parkfield (24 a.) was purchased in 1934 with the help of Middlesex C.C. and a school was built on part

    South Mimms Other estates

    sold the estate in 1835 to Charles Marryat , who renamed the house Cedar Lodge . It was known at Parkfield by 1859 and, with 62 a., 15 was in the hands of Col. W. L. Carpenter , who leased

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daniel Rowlands, M.A., Bangor, yn traddodi darlith o dan nawddyr United King- (Ion?, Alliance ar y Permissive Bill, yn nghapel Parkfield, nos Lun, y 15fed cyfisol. Llywyddwyd j gan Mr. Richard Williams, a phasiwyd y pender- fyniad canlynol:-"Wrth ystyried y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fawrth, diweddaf, traddodwyd darlith gan y Brawd Parch. Owen Jones, P.W.G.T., Lerpwl, ar Demlyddiaeth Dda, yn nghapel y Method- istiaid, Parkfield. Cafwyd darlithydd hyawdl, darlith odidog, a chynulleidfa dda. Prif amcan y ddarlith aedd sefydlut cyfrinfa Gymreig yma; nc y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IgorfuwY& di. g kae helaetha, ae yno y cynhaliwyd yr achos hyd' 1868, pryd m, yr adeilwyd y-capel presenol yn Parkfield, yr h n sydd ci ar- yn adeilad eang a chysurus, yn cynwys eistedclleaedd.-i L T. yn agos 700 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JONES-DAVIES.-Ar y 29ain cynfisol, yn nghapel Y Parkfield, Birkenhead, trwy drwydded, gan y Parch. i Peter Jones, Cadben Evan J6nes, a. Misg Ellen Davies, w merch Mr. Hugh Davies-y ddau o Pencaenewydd, ia Swydd Gaernarfon. I 2 JONES-WILLIAMS-Ar yr 22ain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PRIODASAU.* EDWABDS-WILLI AMS. -Ar y 7fed cyfisol, yn nghapel Parkfield, Birkenhead, gan y Parch. Peter Jones, Mr. Wm. Edwards, Conway-st., I Miss M. Williams, Woodchurch Road,-y ddan e Birkenhead. EAsNs-EVANXS.Ar y 7fed cyfisol, yn nghapel y Math- odistiaid Calfinaidd, Abergynolwyn, Subscribers-only content


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