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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stanton St . Bernard

    the farm to Isaac Simpkins . The farm remained in the Simpkins family until 1917, having by then been held by John Simpkins , when it was called East farm, and by Albert and Henry Simpkins . 108 The enlarged

    Parishes Figheldean

    Edwin Simpkins . The farm, 74 a. with c . 40 per cent of the rights to use a down of 279 a., was sold by Simpkins to T. E. Simpkins in 1842 . 129 It became part of Simpkins

    Hackney Economic History

    63 remained until c . 1982 ; Halkevi Turkish community centre used the premises in 1991 . Gerrish, Ames & Simpkins , of Basingstoke ( Hants ), bought Morley hall during the First World War, built the adjoining Carlington works

    Hackney Social and Cultural Activities

    rooms on three storeys in front, it was used for recreation in 1920 and by the clothiers Gerrish, Ames & Simpkins by 1924 until, after bomb damage, it made way for Hackney technical college's Triangle House . 70 Assembly rooms

    Index A-J

    , pl . German Lutheran Church , German old people's home , German orphan asylum , Gerrish , Ames & Simpkins , Gibberd , Sir Fred ., Gibbons : Eliz., Grinling, Thos., Gibbons , furnishers, Gibson , Jesse, Gibson Gardens

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    work was iwperatively called far." London Medical Journal for September. Sold ly Ga11ieW saxd Ce, Y piasa b ~let,5Oh; and. Simpkins, StatigCrT's QUOTATIONS AND MiOTTOS. Just published, 3 -vols. 12rno. A DICTIONARY of QUOTATIONS from the BRITISH POETS, A Part Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    con- vince Mrs. Simpkins that the charge was groundless, and in the heat of argument the latter struck her violently in the face, and tore her cap and gown. The complainant assured the Magistrate that Mr. Simpkins was old enough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sergeant Elliott, in stating positively that Peter Simpkins and his Lordship were identical. Sergeant 3'Iliott5 though he had stated that he knew the Marquis of Waterfbfrd) ahd that the person calling himself Peter Simpkins was no tiiheV than his Lordship, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ByTIE J rBiWp-GH'r. Public and Priaoto Lecturer op English 1 -eros. Printed for Wittasker asd Co.; Lrngasao hoes, saf and Simpkins aoad .acshall. MR COLOM3BINE'S NEW THAf, B}. Just pubishale , Dedicated, by gracious perrmisioa, to 31. h. 3. , Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ishe French Departmenrts An Chief Towns according to the latest Authoriten. By GABnnEtt SvmNvEre F.AS.%odCo., odn Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh. Simpkins, larshall, and Co., Lon Of whom mnar be bad,' HPIIE SURENNE'S NEW PRONOUNCING FRENC. PRIIIER. Fourth Edition, royal 18mo. Subscribers-only content

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