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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hampstead Childs Hill

    the 1830s by Henry Weech Burgess, a prosperous Lancastrian. About the same time farm buildings were erected on Platt 's estate fronting Platt 's Lane. 33 In 1843, on the western portion of Childs Hill estate, T. Howard built Kidderpore

    Townships Rusholme

    Henry del Platt in 1343 -4 sold her land to the second Platt family; ibid. 194-7. The remainders were t o Richard and John sons of Robert del Platt . Certain suits between members of the different Platt families may

    Corrigenda to volumes 1-9

    read '. 44 It was subsequently sold' " " 217 b , s.v. local govt. for 'borough plate, 141, borough seal, 141' read 'borough insignia, plate, seal, 141' " " 217 c , for 'Rushey Plate' read 'Rushey Platt '

    VCH Essex committee

    with the persons marked with a dagger. Hon. County Secretary : W. H. Liddell Esq. Hon. Auditor : K. S. Platt Esq. Hon. County Treasurer : G. J. Clements Esq General Editor : C. R. Elrington Esq. Hon. Assistant Secretary

    Essex Victoria County History committee

    : W. H. Liddell Esq. Hon. County Treasurer : G. Hare Esq. Hon. Assistant Secretary : G. Saddington Esq. Hon. Auditor : K. S. Platt Esq. General Editor : Professor C. R. Elrington County Editor : Dr. J. M. Cooper

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amryw gyfarfodydd wedi eu cynal o dan lywyddiaeth y Maer i ystyried y mater. Yn arddangoafa anifeiliaid Birmingham enillodd Cadben Platt, Gorddinog, Lianfairfechan y wobr gyntaf ac ail am y gwartheg Cymreig gareu. Enill- wyd y wobr gyntaf (20 gini) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i mei6*n I i scedd davmor n~esaf, ;. i ;-.. Boreu Sadwrn diwieddaf, i ydra dnsyiitb, bue ar wMr. Johni Platt, 7Yr alod seXedoj droI - : - 7: - - -# to Whydd ysb ster, aarnmi a bleidleisiau vn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EVERY MONDAYl in SEPT., CHRAP DAY . z EXCUSION BOOKNGS to TOWYN, ABER- DOVEY -BORTH, and ABERYSTWYTHt, atthe llowang Tirnes and Fares:- Fromn To-Towyn Aber'dvy Borth Aber'ysthb. 3rd. Cib. 3rd C18. 3rd Cie. 3rd Cli. a.us. s.d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gohdiatthan. U' ATEB I OFYNIAD ' GOFYNWR ' YN Y GOLEU- AD DIWEDDAF. Syr,-Nag ydyw. B Ioaawr 10, 1S74. C. ' YR AIL GY:RES 0 DDARLITHIAJJ ItUWIN- YDDOL YN ATHROFA Y BALA. At y Parch. J. Omeen Jones. Syr,-Beth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tYaw., Watton Mount. Sir.Aberteifi.-Thomaa Ford Hughes, Yaw., Aber- carry, Castellnewydd Emlyn. :Sir Gaerfyrddin.-Robert Parnall, Yaw., The COttage; Llanstephan. Sir Gaeroarfou.-Honry Platt, Yew., Gorddinog. Sir Ddinbyeh.-Henry Potts, Yaw., Glan'rafan, Wyddgrug. . Sir Fffint.-Pennaot Athelwold Lloyd, Yaw., Pen. trbhobino'' Sir Forganwg. -_Heirert Subscribers-only content

 

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