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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hornsey , including Highgate Manors

    Rowledge on preferential terms by 1539 , 33 when he and Richard Lechmere (d. 1569) of Hanley Castle (Worcs.) were granted a 50-year lease. 34 From 1547 they also leased the great park. Lechmere's widow Margery sued Sherley for

    Hornsey , including Highgate Economic history

    1976 there remained 32 a. north of Creighton Avenue . 57 Rowledge grove, mentioned in 1528 , 58 in 1647 comprised 40 a. that had long been leased with Rowledge farm 59 but were not recorded later. The bishop retained

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth before the mid 19th century

    open fields, and land cultivated by 1294 which was later part of the manor of Ducketts. To the west was Rowledge farm, the grange of the bishop, which was being exploited by 1318 . A villein and 6 bordars dwelt

    Hornsey , including Highgate Growth from the mid 19th century HORNSEY

    commuters of moderate means, who were contrasted in 1888 with the richer residents of Shepherd's Hill . 75 In 1856 Rowledge farm was divided between the Ecclesiastical Commissioners and C. S. Dickens : Dickens received 121 a. bounded by Shepherd's

    Hornsey , including Highgate Highgate Highgate in 1873

    the dome of St. Paul's . At the same time early building was hemmed in, between the demesne lands of Rowledge farm to the east, the common and woods of the bishop's park to the north and west, and steep

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hiisltepeeej_ 1-streetl ho,; Ta[Nylor, IVt'.., Bassk TVasesn, News John- strcet, 5. ; Kicdal, W. , Rose lsts Digbetli, 4s. 1lq,., Rowledge, T., ;thpl5 Tstiernt, rekiiield l'ort-road, Is. Itj.;. Baker A Shakespeare flut, lierler-street, 4e. Gd. : James. W. P.., The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PER ANNUM, for BO0ARD and WASHING, and INSTl RUCTIN either in all or in any of the above-namned branhe f Rowledge, without anyadtoa hre ht 17ever, for. If Pupils under the Age of Nine ......10 Guineas. abbve. Nlin and under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at- 13ortleslcy Green, with tLe head office at Birmingham Child Okeford, at Blaidford; Kilndown, at 8tiplshurat Loadon-road, R.O., at Reading; Rowledge, at Farnham St. Janm3s, R.O., at Bradford, Yorkshire; Skerton, at Lancaster; South Dalton, at S. O. Yorkshire; West Stock. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bordesley Grean, with tae head office at Birmingham; til Child Okeford, at Blandtord; Eilndown, at ftaplehurst; o London-road, R.O.,at Reading; Rowledge. at Farnham; G t St. Jamss, R.O., at Bradford, Yorkshire; Skerton, at A ILancaster; South Dalton, at S. 0. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brompton, London, sS^Hf^ xi???*a^^eao>aTßon, Cheltenham, connnercial SlTwsx . *** Bsam end Junum Bargreavßy Narrow- f? . cotton spinners. James Harden, Rowledge, Sunrey, blacksmith. Itichael F. Harrison, Hart- lepool,©utot Mawsaj George mU*smM f *TsMaummmtfmmmW, Tmnter. Thomas I. Jeffery, Deptford. timber merchant. Subscribers-only content

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