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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Protestant Nonconformity

    by 1954 ; Institute of Occult Social Science Religion, ground floor no. 17 Sherriff Rd., 1938, closed by 1954 ; Parkhill chapel, no. 17 Fleet Rd., 1960, by the evangelical mission formerly at Malden hall, Malden Rd., Kentish Town (

    The parish of Micheldever

    by a narrow lane which branches west from the main road, and passing through West Stratton , goes north towards Parkhill Farm. West Stratton was granted to Hyde Abbey with Micheldever manor, 36 and was among the lands occupied by

    Hampstead Belsize BELSIZE LEASES IN 1808

    on the low-lying land by the river. 38 Building began from the Haverstock Hill end and by 1862 Park (later Parkhill ) Road and Fleet Road , as yet unnamed, were laid out, together with the southwestern half of Lawn


    north side of the new Bream-Yorkley road by 1878 . 41 In 1874 the main part of the village including Parkhill had 116 houses with a population of 610. 42 To the north on the Parkend road , completed in

    Index K-Z

    West , Parker: Geo., earl of Macclesfield , Thos., earl of Macclesfield , Parkgate (ho.) , and see Spaniard's End Parkhill Rd. , Parkinson: Emma, m. Chas. Trueman, Harriet, m. Revd. Thos. Mead , Jane, Parliament Ct. , Parliament Hill

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robertse Y Mr. Thomas Lewis, diaconiaid yn eglwysy Tabernaci, c .ynghyd 'a Mr. Richard Davies, arekitect, discon yc g egiwys Parkhill, Lou-y-pobty, a chydwynodd Mr. d Thomas Hughew, yu nodedig o ddiymhongar,: mewn a aur, y swm o 500p. i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. Wakefield, Yorkshire, linen and wool. len drapers; so tar as regards S. Hutchinson-J. and W. Eyre, Sheffield, Yorkshire, builders-J. Parkhill and A. S. Smyth,, Regent street-C. and W. H. Broad, Stourport, Worcester shire, corn dealers-W. and G. Stoker, Neweastle-upon-Tyne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5O to 1 - Odd Trick. The Races will commence this day (Friday) as follows:_ Don Stakes, 1; Match, 1.30; Parkhill Stakes, 2; Nursery Plate, 230; Doncaster Stakes, 3; Doncaster Cap, 3.30; £200. Sweep- stakes, 4; Town Plate, 5. PROGRAMME Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5sat. 71b. ORDER OF RUNNING. FRIDAY. Doncaster Stakes ................ 1.15 Scurry Stakes ................. ,,, 1.45 Nursery Plate . ............... 2.30 Parkhill Stakes ..........,.,.,,,.,,, 3,0 The Cup .. ....... 3.30 Town Plate.....4.............0........... 4,0 Don Stakes ... ...... 4.30 BETTING ON THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to length of service, &c., the total amount distributed being about £3,000. MUNDER OF AN Am1ERIcAu CAPTAIN.-The American ship General Parkhill, Captain Pyke, sailed from Liver- pool on Monday last, for Charleston, and had proceeded as far as Hfolyhead, when Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, The Ulster estates

    James Guthrie, sen. Robert Barber. John Tedley. Samuel Parkhill. Thomas Smyth. John Walker. James Biggar. Robert Hamilton. Samuel Parkhill. Michael Rodgers. Samuel Ross. William James Ross. William M'Ginnis. William Ferguson. Alexander Parkhill. James Stirling. Adam Caldwell. William Gillespie. Robert Ogilby.

    Statement of the Fishmongers' Company

    29 17 1 0 300 0 10 17 McLarry 12 3 9 5 0 0 125 0 10 25 1863 Parkhill 26 2 34 6 10 0 160 0 9 24 1864 Breeson 41 0 13 11 0 0 290

    Extracts from the accounts, 1650-59

    for bygain tyndis of the landis of Garchill, for himself and for relief of Robert Blair of Garroch and Johne Parkhill his cautioneris that was awand be band, I say recavit, 80 li. Item, receavit be him fra Williame Colquhoun

    Entry Book, February 1692, 11-20, 01 February 1692-29 February 1692

    Perry Hayditch, Middle Rudge, Saintly ; Stonedge ; Phelps Meadow ; Old Vellet ; Brockwerehill, Brockwere Ditches, Wettwood, Breemes Eves, Parkhill, Daniel Moore, Orling Meeres, about Fetterhill, Stone Stile, Wynnolls, Quiestlade, Cleeve, Birchhill, Tivey, Treehill, Darkhill, Churchhill, Ivemoorehead, Little Fairmore,

    Historical preface, 1570-80

    III., 59. After the new form of episcopacy was established, James Boyd of Trochrig, second son of Adam Boyd of Parkhill, a brother of lord Boyd, was promoted from Kirkoswald to the see of Glasgow. The license for his election

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 February 1772, 17 February 1772

    the Bill, do fign the fame. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Captain Parkhiira- David Parkhill of Craiglockhart, eldeft Son of John j£fS£ Parkhill of Craiglockhart deceafed, complaining of an Interlocutor of the Lords of Seffion in Scotland, of Subscribers-only content

    21 February 1772, 21 February 1772

    in the Fields, may be per- corai^nce cm " mitted to enter into a Recognizance for Captain Parkhiiis " David Parkhill of Craiglockhart, on Account of his APPcaL •* Appeal depending in this Houfe, he refiding in Scot- « land:" Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1772, 19 March 1772

    any Amendment. mers i Gladwin et The Houfe being informed, " That Robert Chalmers Parkhill: " and others Refpondents to the Appeal of Captain " David Parkhill of Craiglockhart, had not put in their " Anfwer to the faid Appeal, Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1772, 7 April 1772

    Affirmative. The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- parkhill a- " pointed for hearing the Caufe wherein Captain Da- sainft chal- " vid Parkhill is Appellant, and Robert Chalmers and Searing eV fC others are Refpondents, Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1772, 1 June 1772

    Anfwer of Robert Chalmers of Lar- Paridiffl a- bert Efquire and others, to the Appeal of Captain Da- ^^f vid Parkhill of Craig Lockhart. • Foreign Pro- teftants, Na- Bil1« The Order of the Day being read for the Second Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, Giles (by 1515-70), of Newport, Mon.

    Llandaff cathedral, 3s.4d. to the vicar of Newport for tithes forgotten, £1 for repairs to the road between Newport and Parkhill and £2 for the upkeep of Newport bridge. The residue of his goods he left equally to his wife


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