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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harmondsworth Education

    and infants from the Sipson and Heathrow school, also then called the National School, until repairs to that school were carried out. 92 In 1960 it was attended by 77 children. 93 In 1863 the Sipson Infants School was established

    Harmondsworth Charities for the poor

    in 1678 when the parish paid £90 to Miles Pool and his wife Elizabeth for 6 a. scattered in the Sipson fields. The purchase money was said to have belonged already to the poor, but its origin is not known.

    Harmondsworth Introduction HARMONDSWORTH PARISH

    east to Sipson , and continuing to Harlington as Sipson Lane , was only a track across the open fields. The main settlement at Sipson lay south of Harmondsworth Lane , and was grouped on both sides of Sipson Road

    Harmondsworth Protestant nonconformity

    , 71 stood at the corner of Sipson Lane and Sipson Road . 72 The building, of yellow and red brick, was erected in 1891 and enlarged in 1900 . 73 In 1907 Sipson Baptist Chapel was formed; 74 this

    Harmondsworth Manors and other estates

    Ibid.,/EM. 1. S.C. 11/446. The figures were: Sipson 430 a., Southcoterow 427 a., Longford 341 a., Harmondsworth 321 a. E 315/409. The figures were: Harmondsworth 800 a., Longford 193 a., Southcoterow 192 a., Sipson 191 a., Heathrow 15 a. S.C.

  • * British History Online *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of Westminster, St Martin in the Fields, Long Acre Ward, Long Acre

    , William 6.40 32.00 0.60 50.00 Till , Ambrose 6.40 32.00 0.00 0.00 Brampton , Michael 0.00 0.00 1.20 100.00 Sipson , William 4.00 20.00 0.60 50.00 Roydhous , John (Mr) 10.00 50.00 4.80 400.00 Warner , Henry 6.40 32.00

    Sessions Books, 1708

    c., colt money. Certified that there is a meeting of protestant dissenters in the house of William Wild, yeoman, of "Sipson," in the parish of Harmondsworth. (p. 108) Sessions Book 658 May, 1708. Jury panel (p. 3) Miscellaneous memoranda as

    General Index, S, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Silver Street , see St. Olave's. Silverton , co. Devon, 334 Silvester , Richard, 309 -, William, 126, 192 Simpson (Sipson, Symson) -, Alban, 198 -, Anthony, 31, 286 -, Edward, 100, 198 -, Peter, 262 -, Stephen, 100 -,

    Sessions, 1613, 17 and 18 February, 16 May 1612-17 February 1613

    at Stanwell. Guilty, no goods, seeks the book, reads, branded. Prosecutors: George Bramidge [Bramaige ] , of , yeoman, Thomas Sipson of Old Brentford, . Sess. Roll 517/45, 168. G.D.R. 1/212d. 20 January, 10 James I [A.D. 1612 13 ]

    Index, A - K

    William, 235. Harmer , Jasper, 188. Harminger , Peter, 123. Harmondsworth , 89, 122, 323. meeting house for Independants at "Sipson" in, 328. Harpenden (Harding), county Herts, 135. Harper , Isaac, 206. Harperley , Ann, 320. Harrendine , Abraham, 234.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un modd. 8.',P~enderfynwyd fod y personauncanlynol, parai-a-gyf- Ilwyawydgant y dosbarthiadau, i fod.yn ymwelvyr, sef y EPaeha David :Lewis, Llanstephan; B;. Sipson, Caer- fyrdin T Job Conwil 41G. Evans. Pensarn B; E.Jones, TNrimaaran 0 ' Edwards,B.A.. Llaneli -D. Phillips, Pontardtlais, W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Five Shillings each. Benford, Thomas, Cranford, appointed bythe Countess of Berkeley, for Cranford St John, Cranford le Mote, Harlington and Sipson. Filkins, Chas., Harefield, appointed by C. Newdegate, Esq., for Harfield, Moor- field,.and Brackenbary. Gourd, Wm. Coulsdon, appointed by Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cranford -appointed br the Right Roe V. A. P. Berkeley, for Craisford St John, Cranford Le Motte, Harlington, Addingten with Sipson. Dickens, Thomes, Ashford; appointed by John Irving, Esq. for Ashsferd.Banr Kling, Willism,; Greenford; appeisotod by Sir W. Bareard Cak, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Creggon, Colleze wharf, Belvedero road, Laon- beth, manufacttoer of imperiohable stone-Jene 7. R. Clark. Clar-nce Hotel, Rornor, hntel-keeper-Jurie 12, J. Sipson antd J. Wiodreso, Bislpsoate street, linecd: aper - Jane, 7 Sir G. Duckett, Bart. acd Co Palimall, bankers-June 8, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    plain; 20s. coloured. The First Part will contain tle scenes in the Sea of Azoff, frono sketches taken hy lir Sipson on the spot. r iHI, S EA T of WAR. By WILLIAM LS torrsos. Messrs Paul and Dominic Coluaghi Subscribers-only content

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