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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruislip Protestant nonconformity

    church was used as a hospital. 72 A gospel assembly, founded in 1925 , met in a teagarden called 'the Poplars ' and later in a dance-hall in Ruislip High Street . A hall called the West Way Hall was

    Stockland Bristol

    houses include Rosemary Cottage , a medieval building enlarged in the 16th century, and two of the 17th century, the Poplars and Rogers Farm , the second having plasterwork dated 1675. 92 Most houses remained small in the 18th century

    Kingsbury Social life

    ened by 1851 : 80 the Green Man at Pipers Green , rebuilt in 1931 , 81 and the Two Poplars and the Boot , both at the Hyde and both still there in 1901 . 82 Kingsbury 's proximity

    Introduction Introduction

    the 20th century all the farmhouses were in the village street and several have subsequently become substantial private houses. The Poplars and Onaping House, a single structure, dates from the 16th or the 17th century, and is probably the oldest

    Parishes Holcot Pipewell Abbey . Argent three crescents gules impaling azure a crozier in pale or .

    a house and a piece of land in Holcot . 3. John Clark . Gift of £1 yearly charged upon Poplars Farm in Holcot . 4. Rev. Christopher Crouch . Will 1 August 1735 . Moiety of the rent of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Poplar and Blackwall.

    there be yet remaining in that Part of the Hamlet which bordereth upon Limehouse , many old Bodies of large Poplars standing, as Testimonials of the Truth of that Etymology. To Poplar adjoineth Blackwall , a notable Harbour for Ships,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen, Carnarvon. Dichon y byddai yn gyflensdra i gyfeillion wybod mai cyfeiriad presenol y Parch. Hugh Roberts, Llanerchymor ydyw,- The Poplars, Mostyn Road, Holywell. Mae eglwysi taith C. M. Llangadfan, Sir Dre- faldwyn wrth ei gwaith o wneyd tysteb i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i filoedd o blant hi mown ardaloedd nad oedd ond Ysaolion Pabaidd Y yn agored iddynt. H ROBSRTS. Y The Poplars, fHolywell. a COLEG DUWINYDDOL Y BALA. el Boren Sadwrn diweddaf, cynhaliwyd eyfaifod V gweddi arferol y coleg, a chafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    II Morw. A 'i-s M geie Owen, Great Darkgate Street, Aberyytuyrh. MARWOLAETHAU. JONES. - Chwef. 5ed. yn ei breswvlfod The Poplars, Grassendale, Liverpool, y Parch. J. P. Jones, gweinidog gvda'r Methodistiaid Grassen- dale, ger Liverpool, yn 83ain mlwvdd oed. Cymzerodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a'i hanfon i'r Parch. D. Hughes, M.A., (iaernarfo2. sF, Hysbysodd y eyfeillion yn I erwen fod Mrs. Davies, fa The Poplars, Lianelwy, wedi rhoddi (lrn o dir yn Ail Thad ac am ddim at adeiladu ysgokly arno, a or phasiwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y gweinidog, y Parch. G. 0. Evans, a chymerodd y briodas le dirwy drwydded. Wedi hyn, aeth- pwyd ir Poplars, lle yr eisteddodd ychydig o'r perthynasau agosaf a rhai cyfeillion, i fwynhau y wledd a baratoisid gan frawd y Subscribers-only content


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