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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Judaism

    . 7 A synagogue, which in 1937 became a district member of the United Synagogue , opened in 1933 in Parkside , Dollis Hill . A larger, concrete synagogue by Walter Landauer seating 524 men and 392 women opened in

    The city of Cambridge Schools

    secondary schools contemplated in the 1944 Act are also represented by the Technical Central Schools for boys and girls in Parkside and Melbourne Place . 119 Where not otherwise stated this account is based on material drawn from the files

    Harrow , including Pinner Protestant nonconformity

    Pinner , later called Pinner Hill or Pinner Green Chapel , in 1929 . 14 Another hall was opened in Parkside Way, south Pinner , in 1932 . 15 In Wembley , Plymouth or Christian Brethren met in an iron

    Hackney Grove Street and Well Street Grove Street and Well Street c . 1830

    estate, started by 1949 , extended south across the middle of Cassland Road to reach Well Street common. 70 The Parkside estate, with 152 dwellings, was built by Hackney M.B. in Rutland Road in the mid 1950s , as was

    South Mimms Other estates

    ( Parkfield ) by Potters Bar U. D.C. The house was demolished in 1936 , and blocks of flats, called Parkside , wer e later erected on the site. 16 Between 1439 and 1447 Thomas Frowyk founded a chantry chapel

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Morris, Trewern, a J. Hughies, Llansantiffraid. i Llverpool-Parch . Hugh Jones, a Griffith Ellis, M.A., (absenol); Mi. John Griffith, Parkside, a John Lewia, Hope St. Manchester-Parch. W. James, B.A., a Mr. W. Row- land. Henaduriasth Lancashire-Parch. W. R. Evans, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OE Stoakesfteld, in Jamaica, and of Ifolseley-park-house Staffordshire On the t3rd instant, John MinsInsall, Esq., of Highgate, aged 77- At Parkside, in the parish of Allendale, on the 12th instant, br. Jro 1 Makepeace, gentleman, aged 100 years. At S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lttMARRIED. On Tbnraday lrst, at Oldswinford, in the county of Woriestert by the Rev. -Crawtord, Thomnas Hehrv Pargeter, l!4q4.of the. Parkside, sear Stourbridge, to Elizabeth, third dauggtcrfo lBicha&latg^EYL1~,Of S~oa!rbrliDie. :-,-A;shovrteitb datighter-of one of theeaaoikeeeta.' ble iniioilieEtt 'Chiiifer became enamroored of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21, the day before the robbery, he had taken his place by the three o'clock p.m. train from Manchester to Parkside (the place of'junction for the trains from Manches. ter, Liverpool, and Lancaster to Loudon), not in his own name. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proposed by the Livcrpool and Manchester Railway Company, viz.-The Patricroft and Clilion branches, the St Helcn's and Ruffird branch, the Parkside branch, the extensions into Liverpool have decided on rtparting to Parliament in favour of the Patricroft and Clifton branches, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Windermere - Undermilbeck and Applethwaite

    raised by 15 shares. It is proposed to leave the Lancaster and Carlisle line near Oxenholme and proceed westward of Parkside to Kendal and thence skirt along the eastern side of the river Kent to a point near its junction

    Supplementary Records, Heversham and Milnthorpe

    Lonsdale Wards, the sum of 18 for the rebuilding of Milnthorpe Bridge. Query, the repairing of the old bridge near Parkside. K. Order Book, 1760 70. 1766 A memorandum in the Churchwardens' Book at Heversham Church states that "the School

    Index, P, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    warden of the Mint from 1641, 19, 315, 317, 321, 360, 535, 652. Parkinson , John, 199. -, Thomas, 254. Parkside (co. Denbigh), 113. Parkson farm (near Poole, Dorset), 38. Parkstone (Dorset), 206. Parliament , Acts of, 70. 79. 84,

    Index, L - Z

    246, 249. Park , Henry, 281. " Joseph, 153. Park House , Heversham , 232. Parkinson , Robert, 68, 254. Parkside , Kendal , 206. " Milnthorpe , 226, 228 Parr , lord, 100. Parrott , Richard, 305. Patterdale ,

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Oxford cyclists' guide

    a copy of the booklet " on the? choice of a Tyre " to The New Amalgamated Tyre Co., Ltd., Parkside, Coventry, Wholesale O.xford Av;ents. The OXFORD CYCLE & MOTOR CAR Co. Cyclists'? Guide. PlJBLISHED Sc PRKSENTKI) BY ©xfor'd Cycle Subscribers-only content

 

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