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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Ham Charities

    a house and land at Plaistow . Of this £1 was for bread for the poor of Plaistow , and £2 10 s . for 'widows' groats', to be paid to eight poor widows of Plaistow and eight of Church

    West Ham Agriculture

    , kept a racing stud at Cumberland House , Plaistow . 38 The prince of Wales , later George IV , is also said to have grazed his horses on Plaistow marshes. 39 In 1796 West Ham was estimated to

    Economic influences on growth The land

    £1,417 an acre ten years later when it had been divided into small building plots. Fourteen acres of market-garden in Plaistow , with an agricultural value (at 30 years' purchase) of £90 an acre, were sold for £450 an acre

    West Ham Parliamentary representation

    1918, divided the borough into four constituencies: Plaistow , Silvertown , Stratford , and Upton . At every subsequent election before 1950 the first two divisions were held by Labour. Will Thorne represented Plaistow until 1945, when he was succeeded

    West Ham Worthies, entertainments, sports and pastimes

    lived at Plaistow , 11 his son William Clowes the younger ( 1582-1648 ), surgeon to Charles I , at Rokeby House, Stratford . 12 Edmund Burke ( 1729-97 ), statesman and writer, lived at Brunstock Cottage, Plaistow , c

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eis, R Sammab, ar ferehb. .elwwir hi Basgsm& Barrow EL lva, r y 7fedeyfisl,, iod,*. ;l~li 1 1 loward's Road, Plaistow, jIundamn, ar ferch. ' I LBW18.-Ai-' lOfed cyfol, pried Mlir. W. Lewi* Yagol i3yaaidd;,;Maaamlet,r.zib, an fj c.;-,*; IsL ry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ddolgellau. TH0MAs-V~hLLIS.-Ax y l4eg cynfisol, yn nghapel yr Annibynwyr, Plaistow, gan y Parch. R. Williams I IHlwfa Mfn),' y Parch. R. Thomas, Brithdir, ger Dolgellau, a Miss Ellis, 11, Howard Boad, Plaistow. WILLIAMS-JONES.-Ar y 24ain cynfisol, yn swyddfa'r cofrestrydd, Caernarfon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y tymor hwn. Bydd pob mnanylion am yr hya y maenb yn ei wnenthnr yu dra derbyniol ganddo. Cyfeiriad,-M~r. CURWEN, Plaistow, London, F.. CERDDORIAETHI NEWYDD GAN MR. H. DAVIES, GARTH, RUABON. (1ANTATA-' Moses a Josua ,' Solffa, 6c.; Hen Nod- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tymor hw~n. Bydd pob msnylion am yr hya y maent yn ei wuenthur yn dra derbyniol ganddo. ayfeiriad,-Mr. CUE WEN, Plaistow, L/ondon, E. CERDDORIAETH NEWYDD GAN MR. H. DAVIES, GARTH, RUABON. CIANTATA-' Moses a Josna;' Solffa, 6c.; Hen Nod- 'Jiant, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, Rector of that Parish, Mr. Hlenry Brads-haw Fearon, of London to Miss. Thompson, daughter of Samuel Thomprnfson, Esq. oi Plaistow, Essex; when thefoliowitg Protest raiatst lileNMarriaae Ceremony wai deliveied. (previous to its performance) into tile hlands of t'55e Miniiter Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    WILLIAM PARSONS, Theft, 11/05/1826

    at Plaistow . On the 6th of April I bought twenty Scotch bullocks on Epping-forest, about twelve o'clock, and sent them down to Plaistow - I saw them next morning, Friday, about six o'clock, in the fields at Plaistow; there

    Ordinary's Account, 21/04/1714

    into the Service of Mr. Robins, whom he robb'd of the Plate above mention'd, and with it went away to Plaistow in Essex ; where being apprehended, and the Plate found upon him before he could dispose of it, he

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Strudwick, 19/4/1681

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 144105 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Strudwick Forename William Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 19/4/1681 Office/Status Curate Location Plaistow// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO Ep.IV/2/20 () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archbishop of Canterbury/ 0- 0 Comment


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