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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bethnal Green The North West: Hackney Road The North-west: principal estates

    2 Barnet : a Chancel b Jesus Hospital, 3 Sickle Penfield Ten houses built in Hackney Road in 1786 -9 80 may have included some new ones on Sickle Penfield assigned to Thomas Darling , a Southwark carpenter, in 1795

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1915 to 1945

    1932 the red-brick and concrete Hadrian estate, containing 83 flats, opened south of Hackney Road on what had been Sickle Penfield and work began on Claredale estate, a little to the east on Rush Mead , where a single block

    Bethnal Green Building and Social Conditions from 1837 to 1875 Nova Scotia Gardens in 1857

    were built between 1846 and 1854 and all frontages had been filled by the early 1860s . 53 On Sickle Penfield 24 houses were built in Warner Place , four in Adelphi Terrace in the north, and eight in Wellington

    Index A-J

    Naylor; Nichol; Penn ; Poor's Lands; Pyotts; Red Cow ; Rush Mead ; Saffron Close; St Paul's ; Sebrights; Sickle Penfield ; Snow; Sotheby; Thickness; Turney; Tyssens; Willets factories, workshops and warehos., fire, friendly and benefit socs., gas, gentrification, geol.,

    Index K-Z

    Assoc. , Shoreditch High St . ( Halliwell St.) , Shoreditch Side , Short , John, Short St. , Sickle Penfield (Sutlepen's) est. , Sidney ( Sydney , later Longman) St. , Sierra Leone , bp. of, see Beckles Sigsworth

  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'P'

    Pendlebury Eliz, wid, 32.16 Pendleton John, bach, 30.6 Pendrell Edw, 58.2 Pendrid Jas, app, 47.2 Peneston Wm; Marg, w, 47.3 Penfield Ann, ser; Sar, sis, ser, 8.5 Penford Thos; Phenelope, w, 77.12 Pengelley Thos, app, 60.7 Pengleton John, ser, 21.11

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remanded until to-day.-It appears, bowever, that between one and half-past two o'clock on the afternoon of the 18th ult., Mrs. Penfield was standinr at the door of her house, Noake's Buildings, Great Compton Street, when sEle felt a sharp, sudden Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OS-R~ WT. n e yday. 9th enst., .a dark roan Mare, about I31i, L halnds. Reward mvil be given-Apply. Thsomas Penfield. Ross id Cottage, Hall Green. c3465 rIIEN Shillings Reward--ost or Stolen, dark-brown Horse, 14% s_ hands; marked on hoof Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boston, T. B. Wilkins, B. Woos- una, C. A. Audley. Wm. Shirley, Henry Weetwood, E. Hopbyn, Henry Martin, W. Letts, Penfield, Liod, Darby, &c.-After tea, the Chairman congratulated I them on the marked mioeee of their first annual oeah4 The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4, Boston 1' extras 7, total 58. ALVFcyEfc3E V. ELSC's HATHr. - At Alvechurch. I Alvechurob: J1. Heynes jun. 29, Penfield 26. Baldwin 0, K King S Holden 2, Shrimpton 3, Boulton 0, C. Heynes 1, ~adams 8, Williams 3, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V. BAisxr Gas2F.-At Barnt Greern Addenbrooke took eight wickets for 41 runs. Alve. church: J. Heynes, jun. 17, Shrimpton 0, Penfield 8, Udal 60, Hzod 15, Coulton 0, Baldwin 0, Clarke 0, lVadams 1, King 3, Gaunt (not out) 1, Subscribers-only content

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