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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harrow , including Pinner Protestant nonconformity

    In 1948 the Rayners Lane Baptist Church started a Sunday school in Roxeth , adding a Sunday evening service in 1957 . In 1959 this became the Roxeth Green Free Church and in 1962 the present building was erected on

    Harrow , including Pinner Charities for the poor

    year to the Vicar and churchwardens of Harrow £12, for distribution half-yearly among 6 paupers from Harrow and 6 from Roxeth . From 1696 until 1802 payments were in arrear but after the money had been re-invested in stock worth

    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    . 16 The property, which included Roxeth Farm, was owned by Smith's trustees in 1852 . 17 The Waldo property in Roxeth originated in underset holdings which became detached from their head tenements. In Roxeth , where land was held

    Harrow , including Pinner Economic history

    16th and 17th centuries included the Greenhills of Greenhill and Roxeth , the Finches of Greenhill and Weald , the Edlins of Pinner and Weald , the Osmonds of Roxeth , the Bugbeards and Warrens of Weald , the Lyons

    Harrow , including Pinner Manors

    and 19th centuries. ROXETH manor originated in freehold land held by the Roxeth family. 95 Hamo and Hugh Roxeth (de Rokeseie) were mentioned in 1233 -40 96 but the estate was united in the hands of John Roxeth by 1319

  • * British History Online *

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    Harrow on the Hill

    at the rate of 3 s . Hamlets. The principal hamlets, & c. in this parish are Pinner, Roxey, or Roxeth, Wembley, Weald 4 , Apperton, Kenton, and Preston. Manor of Harrow . The manor of Harrow belonged to the

    General Index, P, Q, R, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    14 -, William, 14 Roworth , see Loworth. Rowry , Miles, 147 Rowsse , Richard, 82 Roxall , Abraham, 346 Roxeth , 40, 336 -, Constables of, 97, 210, 289 Rudstone , Daniel, 137 -, John, 64 Ruffe , Anthony,

    Sessions Books, 1705

    s . 0 d . expended by him (p. 28) Thomas Hunt, constable, of Harrow Weald, Edward Wright, constable of Roxeth, Joseph Swayne, constable of Sudbury, Thomas Goldsmith, constable of Wembley and Alperton, and Richard Constable, of Harrow Town, all

    Sessions Books, 1707

    Edward Eves), mantua maker (p. 39) Order for discharging Thomas Page from the office of constable of the hamlet of Roxeth, in the parish of Harrow, upon proof that he has served the said office for a year, and that

    General Index, P, Q, R, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Rowlinson , see Rawlinson. Rownd , see Rounde. Rowse , Gawen, 94 Rowslyn , see Russline. Rownd , see Rawson. Roxeth , 40, 152, 304 -, Constable of, 446 Royce , Mary, 2 Royston (Roiston) -, Edward, 134 -, Roland,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chester place Head, Frank Somerville, S Glostersquare Hloks, GA, 17 Somerset street Hill, John, Pinner till, Joseph, Harrow Hudson, Joseph, Roxeth, Marrow Holden, Benjaamin, 53 Upper Seymour street Harcourt, Charles, Finehley Hart, George, ID Pleasant row, Islington Hart, William, 14 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple Bails, Chas. Edwd. 3 Royal Exchange building Baily, John, Esq. Mount street Baird, John Forster, Inner Temple Bail, Joseph, Roxeth, Harrow Bainbridge, Thomas Drake, 25 Holborn bill Bainbridge, Henry, 12 St Paalns ehurehyard Baker, Thomas, Mr, 21 Maiden lane, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ovietion. r At the Uxbridge Petty Sessions, on Mondavs-Dr. I Mreadows ill the chair-Mr. Rhichard Brown Cmllaprnsa, oe The Grange, Roxeth, Harrow, teas'fined S5. for hav'in employed in his brickfleld, at Northwood, a ]ad name George Pruddifoot, aged 13, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S C. Morgan, M.A., son of the iate Morgan, formerly rector of All Saints, Birmingha. < accepted the vicarage of Roxeth, Harrow. The V1 of Christ Church, Greenwich, which MIr. Morgan v is in the gift of the vicar of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mir. Walter Heron, while passing along the i road, whose skull was badly fractured by a bullet fired at the Roxeth rifle range, whether he is aware that for f some years this range has been looked upon as dangerous Subscribers-only content

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