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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 The Circuit Walk. Putney.

    Walk. Putney . PUTNEY . In the Church at Putney are the ensuing Monuments. This Monument is in the Chancel on the North Side, and hath this Inscription. Memoriæ Sacrum. H Ere lyeth the Body of Richard Lusher of Putney

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Putney, Wandsworth.

    Putney , Wandsworth . His Charity above them all; Yet neither fond nor prodigal. His Dealing, Friendship, Moral Parts, Shewed his own, won others Hearts. He was and is, take him in Gross, The common Love, the common Loss.

    Book 3, Chapter 4 Coleman street Ward. [Benefactors.]

    Kt. and Mary Burlamachi his Wife, by whom he had 17 Children. She was born at Putney , and dyed 1691/2 . This Church was consumed by the late dreadful Fire, 1666 . begun to be rebuilt 1674 . and

    Book 1, Chapter 10 Towns seated on the THAMES.

    Battersea ); a fine well built House, seated on the Banks of the River Thames , with fine Gardens. 20. PUTNEY , also seated in Surrey , as was the former; graced with large and good Buildings, well inhabited by

    Appendix 1, Chapter 11

    and Churches within four or five Miles distant of LONDON : viz. Kensington , Hammersmith , Chelsea , Fulham , Putney , Wandesworth, Battersea , Clapham , Camberwel, Lambeth , and Newington Butts . With Cognizance of the Monuments of

  • * British History Online *

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    Putney

    inscription, which mentions the founder of the chapel, and the circumstance of his being born at Putney.[Putney Church: Bishop West's chapel ] Putney church suffered considerable damage by the dreadful storm which happened on the 26th and 27th of

    Frontispiece, dedication and advertisement

    advertisement ADVERTISEMENT. View of Putney from the Bishop of London's lawn at Fulham [Dedication ] Whilst a taste for local history so generally prevails, it is somewhat singular that the counties adjacent to London should not have had their due

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 9 November 1647, 09 November 1647-09 November 1647

    desired to report Mr. Peters Certificate. A Petition of Mrs. Philippa Coryton was read. A Letter from the General from Putney , of 18 Septembris 1647, recommending the Petition and Desire of the said Mrs. Philippa Coryton , in regard

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 31 May 1610, 31 May 1610-31 May 1610

    the Heads of the Conference touching Support. Citizens Procession to Putney. This Day the Lord Mayor, with the Citizens of London, in the Liveries of their several Companies, went to Putney, in the Way to Richmond, and waited upon Prince

    Venice, June 1516, 01 June 1516-30 June 1516

    a half, during which he was alone with the King, a very unusual proceeding on the part of his Majesty. Putney, 3rd June 1516. [ Italian , 7 pages, or 192 lines . ] June 5. Original Letter Book, St.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Putney

    Putney Heath to the low ground called Putney Vale , and crossing the Beverley Brook by a bridge continues to Kingston . High Street is crossed above Putney station by the Upper Richmond Road , which leads from East

    Sport, ancient and modern Pastimes

    from 1830 to 1848 was from Westminster to Putney , and from 1849 to 1860 from Putney to Kew . Since 1861 the race has been rowed over the championship course from Putney to Mortlake . 79 Since 1897 the

    Parishes Mortlake

    and Putney on the east, Richmond on the west and Kingston on the south. It measures roughly 11/2 miles east to west and 21/2 miles north to south. It contains 1,583 acres. The Beverley Brook divides it from Putney .

    Archaeology The Beaker Period BEAKER PERIOD Daggers

    two beakers of a similar type. 85 Three LongNecked beakers have also been dredged from the Thames between Mortlake and Putney . 86 The Middlesex side of the Thames has produced one of the densest concentrations of flint daggers in

    Parishes Barnes

    acres. 9 Formerly the townships of Barnes and Putney both used this common, but in 1589 they quarrelled over it, and the men of Barnes refused to allow the men of Putney to use the common and impounded their cattle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i ddydd Iau divedaf; arosai gyda'r Oilwriad Gham- .bers yn Putney. Mae yrhl swm6o 12, , p. a geisii Rwja eu benthyca yn:y wi~d hon wedi en tanysrilla ide'i yr . B arlin. y I : Maemeddiawyr .gweithfeydd gloi Leede. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rant i'r perwyl hwnw). Hefyd eyhuddwyd y Parch. i George Dyson, 27ain oad, gweiuidog Wesleyaidd, yn byw In 18, Parkfield, Putney, o dan warrant y j trengholydd, o fod yu gyfrauog l hi yn nghyflawniad n r trosedd iel cynorthwywr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.A., 16, Barusbury Park, N. (ab.) W. Ryle Davies, 76, Tufnell Park Road, X. Mr. Timothy Davies, Pantycelyn. Oakhill Rd., Putney, S.W. - John Morgan, 25, Barnsbury Grove, Barnebury, N. SWYPDOCION Y GWnADAnsrn DAsO. - TaysoRYDD ...........M........... r. D. Hughes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MR. WILLIAM JAMES, PUTNEY, ri LLUNDAIN. a, Un o'r aymeriadau puraf ac un o'r dynion d goreu ymhlith Cymry Llundain oedd y gwr anwyl ag y mae ei enw uwchben yr yspurif hon. Brodor o Sir Aberteifi ydoedd, o gymydogaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llestri bedyddio arian hardd gan Mr. a Mrs. Timothy Davies, Pantycelyn, Putney. Y Y cyntaf i gae ei bedyddio yn nghapel Walham (ireen oedd baban baeh Mr. a Mrs. Davies, sef Olwen, yr hon a fedyddiwyd gan y Parch.Gwynoro Davies, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DODMER, John (d.1571), of Putney, Surr.

    (d.1571), of Putney, Surr. Constituency Dates St Albans 1559 Grampound 1563 Biography Dodmer probably gained his seat for St. Albans through the influence of his step-father Sir Thomas Pope†, who had acquired property there at the dissolution of the monasteries

    WOOD, Robert (b. c.1762), of Putney, Surr.

    (b. c.1762), of Putney, Surr. Constituency Dates Minehead 15 Dec. 1786 1790 East Looe 1790 1796 Ofifces Held Entered army 1778; cornet 1 Drag. Gds. 1784, lt. 1785; capt. 36 Ft. 1788, 16 Lt. Drag. 1789; maj. 34 Ft. 1792;

    DOWNING, Jacob Garrard (c.1717-64), of Mount Prospect, Putney, Surr. and Gamlingay Park, Cambs.

    (c.1717-64), of Mount Prospect, Putney, Surr. and Gamlingay Park, Cambs. Constituency Dates Dunwich 1741 1747 Dunwich 21 June 1749 1761 Dunwich 29 Apr. 1763 6 Feb 1764 Biography Downing, who was returned by his cousin, Sir George Downing, voted with

    HUDSON, Giles (d.1783), of Putney, Surr.

    (d.1783), of Putney, Surr. Constituency Dates Chippenham 1780 19 Feb 1783 Biography Hudson appears in the London directories 1769-1782 as a partner in Fludyer, Marsh and Hudson, warehousemen, 79 Basinghall Street. He dealt at times in Government stock, but never

    BELLINGHAM, Edward (c.1545-1605), of Putney, Surr. and Woodmancote and Ovingdean, Suss.

    (c.1545-1605), of Putney, Surr. and Woodmancote and Ovingdean, Suss. Constituency Dates Lewes 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Surr. from c.1573. Biography Bellingham’s mother had one eighth of the barony, castle and borough of Lewes and other lands and rents, all representing

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Argonauts Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2243 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cromwell Hall, Putney Bridge Road, Putney, London 1888 Putney Constitutional, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London 1893

    Royal Commemoration Lodge

    (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Star and Garter Hotel, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London 1876 Fox and Hounds Hotel, Upper Richmond Road, Putney, London 1878 White Lion Hotel, High Street, Putney, London 1888 Holborn Restaurant, Holborn, London 1894

    Putney Lodge

    ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Cole Court, London Road, Twickenham, London, England 1992 Hurlingham Club, Fulham, London, England 1977 Winchester House, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London, England 1902 Parish Offices, 153 High Street, Putney, London, England 1899

    Britannic Lodge

    London 1730 Gun, Suffolk Street, London 1739 Gun, Charing Cross, London 1741 Bowling Green, Putney, London 1746 Castle, Putney, London 1758 White Lion, High Street, Putney, London 1765 Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street, London 1774 Star and Garter, Pall

    William Preston Lodge

    1068 Lodge Number (1863): 766 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Star and Garter Hotel, Lower Richmond Road, Putney, London 1859 Clarendon Hotel, Anerley Road, Anerley, London 1868 City Terminus Hotel, Cannon Street, London 1872

 

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