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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Ham Education and charities

    infants school was destroyed by bombing. In 1947 it was reopened in a temporary building. Plashet school ( Plashet Lane , later Grangewood Street). Plashet Lane board school was opened in 1890 . In 1927 it was reorganized for senior

    Becontree hundred East Ham THE HUNDRED OF BECONTREE WEST HAM (NORTH) AND EAST HAM (NORTH), 1965 (INCLUDING THE FORMER PARISH OF LITTLE ILFORD )

    prices while maintaining a good standard. South of Woodgrange, at Plashet , development began in 1883 with the sale of the Plashet House estate (between St. Stephen's Road and Plashet Grove ). 81 This estate, with adjoining parts of East

    Parishes Southwick

    Lee , Amery Croft , Cockesdell, Stapull Crosse, 3 Offwell (which still survives in Offwell Farm), Little Russhams, Halecroft, Beeters, Plashet and Astele Mead , 4 and in 1775 Shorts Meads and Edwards Meads . 5 MANORS The earliest mention

    West Ham Markets and fairs, marshes and forest

    is impossible. What seems likely, however, is that in East Ham the woodland extended south at least as far as Plashet (a Norman-French name denoting a type of forest inclosure), 49 while in West Ham it lay mainly to the

    East Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    Market Street (later in Barking Road ), the Free Methodists at Manor Park , and the London City Mission in Plashet Lane (Grangewood Street), all of which were founded about 1870. By 1903 there were at least 37 nonconformist churches

  • * British History Online *

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    East Ham

    464. Of these about 80 are in the village; 8 at North-end; 21 at Wall-end; 2 at Green-street; 6 at Plashet, and 31 on the London road. Nichols's Anecdotes of Bowyer, p. 621 624. Created a baronet in 1767. He

    General index

    526.; at West Wickham, 555.; at Stepney, 641. Plaistow , in Westham, 245. 266, note . in Bromley, 311. 318. Plashet , in Eastham, 147, note . Playz , manor of, 252. Plume , Thomas , vicar of Greenwich, 472.

    Index of places

    Middlesex, 336. Pinner , co. Middlesex, 325. Pintottes Lane , 179. Pipewell Monastery , co. Northampton, 336. Plaice or Plays [Plashet ? ] , co. Essex, 114, 210, 214, 218. Plough , Cornhill, 88. Plungar , co. Leicester, 123. Plymouth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held at Grosvenor House on F aid of the erection of a memorial chapel to ra El7' 4 kFry, at Plashet. r The Duchess of Cambridge has recently receiv the Empress of Russia the Star of tie Ord Of fXJ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has~ rmrivol a chequ 1e for £S1,500W. froto the clerk to the City Parecb'sl Charitie towards the cost of tise Plashet Rerreatioa Groced. This is the second sorts of £j1,500. whtchbbe bee-n voted f ruin thle City Parochial Charitie to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of assisting the move - as iMont for erecting a mecmurial church to Mrs. Elizabeth dFry onl the site of Plashet Houee, Essey, where Mrs. Fry :r resided.-The Duke of Westminster, . who presioci, asremarked that it might seem somewhat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as adults vill be needed. Arran1geierits bave beenl made during she past year under e;-hi-h the boys and girls at Plashet schools belongintg to St. Gecrge-in-the-East, and the boys anzd g irls of the Hornsey-road schtiols belonging to St. i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Day, after a short illness. Le ass the eldest surviving son of the late Elizabeth Fry, ared was bors' at Plashet eouse, Essex, on September 2Cth, 1809 His life was chiefly devoted to philanthrogpi works. H-e was co-founder with his Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The government of London, 1875

    special sick-asylum district; Mile End , wholly separate, maintains schools within the parish; St. George's East sup¬ ports schools at Plashet , in Essex , whither Kensington also formerly sent its children; Whitechapel , a separate union, is incorporated in Subscribers-only content

    The tenant co-operators, 1890

    The next venture was a block of fourteen dwellings at Camberwell ; the next a number of double houses at Plashet , East Ham , of which more hereafter ; and now the Com¬ mittee are completing a row of Subscribers-only content

    The tenant co-operators, 1890

    stands. The cause of this decline is to be found in the difficulties which the Committee have experienced with their Plashet Estate. The property consists of double houses, in which the separate tenements are not so completely isolated as is Subscribers-only content

    The tenant co-operators, 1890

    social scale, that is, precisely where the need for such dwellings is most felt. If then we leave aside the Plashet estate as being in some respects a failure, and the Epsom estate as bei ng too new, what has Subscribers-only content

    Third report., 1845

    Sterry , R., Borough Stephens, Mrs. Ann , Bridport Stacey, G., Esq., Tottenham Stovel, Rev. Charles , Stebon-terrace Sturges, Rebecca, Plashet Tappin, Mr. J., Lambeth Taylor , W. H., Esq Gower-street Taylor, Mr. J., Tooley-street Thomas, Edward, Esq., Bristol Ann. Subscribers-only content

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