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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hackney Shacklewell

    Hackney ShacklewellSHACKLEWELLShacklewell originated in a settlement along Shacklewell Lane , a loop east of the high road between Dalston and Stoke Newington common. 11 In the 19th century the northern part of the loop was built up as

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    End of Mare Street c . 1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) " 24 Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830. From Starling 's Map ( 1831 ) " 29 Newington Common c . 1830. From Starling

    Hackney Settlement and Building to c. 1800 HACKNEY c. 1750

    54 Settlements were recorded at Dalston in the 13th century, Clapton , Homerton , and Kingsland in the 14th, and Shacklewell in the 15th, but only Homerton in 1605 was more populous than Mare Street and Church Street . 55


    of architecture'. 5 Sir John Heron of Shacklewell , formerly treasurer of the king's chamber, 6 by will dated 1522 left to his eldest son Giles , a minor, land including copyholds in Shacklewell , Kingsland , and Newington ,

    Hackney Dalston and Kingsland Road Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell c . 1830

    towards Shacklewell called Love Lane in 1831 (later Norfolk and from 1938 Cecilia Ro ad ); a few stood opposite the junction, while the Red Cow was on the north side nearer the bridge. 2 Kingsland High Street and Shacklewell

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney.

    Monument without any Inscription at all: Only on the Sides appear the Arms of the Hernes , anciently Lords of Shacklewell . But to return back unto the uppermost Part of the Chancel. On the North Side against theVestry Wall,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Hackney. Shore Place.

    another Well in Church-field ; another, which gives the Name to Well-street ; another on the Downes : And also Shacklewell seems to take its Denomination from some Well thereabouts. There is also another Chalybeat Well, passing a little Way

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    is another very handsome large Table-Monument of black polish'd Marble; and on it these Words: In Memoriam HENRICI ROWE de Shacklewell in Com. Middlesex . Armig. Qui duxit in uxorem WARWICK STAVERTON , unam è filiis Deodati Staverton de Eversly

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, St John Hackney, Shacklewell

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694 Middlesex, St John Hackney, Shacklewell Middlesex, St John Hackney, Shacklewell 11 records Name Property Stock Tax assessment £ Rental value £ Tax assessment £ Stock value £ Tyson , Francis (Esquire) 11.00 55.00

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1753 (1109-end)

    Homerton Division; William Cawne Sworn [for ] Moses Lamego, Clapton Division; William Lacey, Sworn [for ] John Hughes, Newington & Shacklewell D ; Samuel Smith, Sworn, Dorleston & Kingsland D . Aleconners: Oxton Chapman, Sworn; Adam Dewer, Sworn. 1118 .

    Memorial XXI, The Mayoralty of Thomas Rowe, 1568

    1570, all the Livery were summoned to attend at the Hall, at 6 a.m., to proceed with the Master "to Shacklewell, from whence they shall accompany the corpse of Sir Thomas Rowe to his burial at Hackney Church." [ Entry

    Hackney Petty Sessions Book, 1741-44 (nos 993-1034)

    William Miller, did not appear. Homerton : John Farrington, did not appear; Isaac Fox, Examined; George Jackson, did not appear. Shacklewell : Thomas Horton, Examined. Kingsland : Samuel Colbey, Examined; Richard Harper, did not appear; Simon Compton, Examined; Mark Carter,

    The Justicing notebook of Henry Norris, 1740-1 (nos 316-355)

    Newprison. Edward Pimm of Kingsland Victualler bound in 40 to psecute. Dan Tappee Serv t : to Edw: Nutt of Shacklewell in 40 to be a witness. 1 317 . Friday, 4 January 1740 Rebecca Child wife of Anthony Child

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    search of titat nitili was iineffectual. They recomineuced their search as earty ;as possible on Sunday morning. A person from Shacklewell in- formed tle witness, diat a' wovman tiad entered her shop -iua gr-eatflteerate n, Pad sat down mcihel fatigeed; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    University of Cambridge, by VINCENT NOIVILLD, Organist of the Portuguese Embassy. Price II. Is. to Subscribers. Published for the Editor, Shacklewell green; and to be had at all the prin. cipal Musie shops. AN IMPROVED GREEK GRAMMAR. Just published, 4s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    garden. IR. Newton, Liverpool, tailor. [Atheeler,John street, Bedford row. 'J. Freocb,sen. Fronse-Se.,vood, clothier. [Ellis and Co. Gray's inn. C. Howard, Shacklewell, victualler. [Cranch, Unioa court, Broad st, *A. Grubb, Great Russell street, tavern-keeper. [il'Ghie, New inmn. ,IV. Hillvard and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tow-. H. Hooper, Aldermonbury, woollen-factor. [Scott, Princes st. Bedf. row. W.Copeland,Sheffieid,surgeon. [Capes,Raynmoid'sbuildingsGray'sinfn J. Bidmiead, Cheltenham, plumber. [KiingSerjeant' sinn. T. Ingers, Shacklewell, boardisg-hotise-keejer. [RichiardsoOi Poultry. W. Birkett, Whitehaven. [Helder, Clement's inn. G.F.Simse, Devonshirest.Kenningtonlane. [Bowdelu,LittleStThomasAp. T.Edmonidsjon.Stesyningsimber-merclhant. [Howorth.Warwickstreet. M. A.Gamson,Crawley,baker. [DetdyBream'5 bttildinas, Chancerylanie. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rebecca Mary, youngest daughter of Sir Wm. Curtis, Bart. Qa the 29th ult, at Lambeth, Mr Patterson, of Manor house, Shacklewell, to iss C. Carpenter, youngest daughter of the late Mr Carpenter, of Battersea. Or the 1st inst. at St Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Joseph Kettle, Violent Theft, 02/05/1753

    two men talking upon what subject I did not know; this was facing the Cock at a place they call Shacklewell as we go to Newington. As I drew up near them I called, hollo ; the man along with

    Ordinary's Account, 09/05/1726

    robb'd Elizabeth , the Wife of Robert Storth , of 6 Guineas, as she was coming along the Road from Shacklewell , upon the 30th of December last notwithstanding the said Elizabeth swore the said Robbery upon a Boy named

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