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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    and odd Hammond Certain Houses in Towerstreet and Mincinglane For the Maintenance of an Almeshouse founded by him, situate on Snowhill , for six poor People, single, and Members of the Company. Certain Payments to 20 poor People at the

    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    , about three Miles from Monmouth, for 16 poor Men and Women Mr. Jones abovementioned. The same Year Another at Snowhill without Newgate , near the Conduit, for 6 poor Freemen; and a Pension of 7l. 10s. each Mr. Hammon

    Book 5, Chapter 3 [Charity Schools.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Quarter Day { For Boys, the Sunday next after every Quarter Day At Mrs. Anne Bell 's in Nags-Head-Alley on Snowhill . At Mr. Francis Robinson 's in Fox's Court in Cow Lane. Note, All these Examinations begin at Five

  • * Victoria County History *

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    44, line 9 from end, for 'Colesford' read ' Coleford ' " " 50, line 13 from end, for ' Snowhill ' read ' Snowshill ' " " 50, line 12 from end, for ' Willersley ' read ' Willersey

    Parishes Cheddington

    silver cup and cover paten, the former dated 1725; a silver paten, presented in 1734 ; a pewter paten, by Snowhill of London , with a shield of arms; and a flagon. The registers begin in 1538 . ADVOWSON The

    Wombridge Education

    1860 when a new one 54 opened at Snowhill . St. George's church school, opened in 1860 , was built on an extensive open site south of what became School Street, Snowhill ; the cost was met by the Lilleshall

    Wombridge Growth of settlement Wombridge And Priorslee In The 1840s

    of Watling Street and St. George's , where School Street, Grove Street , and Lodge Road were laid out around Snowhill . 26 In the last quarter of the 19th century there were no new developments 27 within the area

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    and ironstone, engineering, wks., plate iron, nails, sandstone, inst., libr., mkt., name, pop., prot. nonconf., public ho., roads, schs., Sunday, Snowhill , sports and recreations, ground, tithes, water supply, St. John Ambulance Brigade , St. John in Bedwardine (Worcs.) ,

  • * British History Online *

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    TENANT, Thomas

    action 1610. Sir William Cornwallis on his side. MD Paris acquired in the middle of the fuss. Known London address Snowhill Parish St Sepulchre without Newgate Ward Faringdon Without Date 1607 St Pauls Parish St Gregory by St Paul's Ward

    Inquisitions, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary (1555-6)

    Riddle, John Robynson, William Hynde, Henry Garlyke , and Lewis Canveys ; 8 tenements lying next Holborne Cross and in Snowhill in the parish of St. Sepulchre, in the several tenures of John Ryvell, John Rouver, Henry Palmer, Richard Henham,

    Entry Book, June 1690, 11-20, 01 June 1690-30 June 1690

    of land at Brandford [Brentford ] , lately held by Ambrose Gillman, Francis Rogers and Richard Newman, two houses on Snowhill, the White Horse in Milford Lane, some houses and land in Old Street and Islington, late owned by Mr.

    Entry Book, August 1690, 1-15, 01 August 1690-31 August 1690

    land at Brandford [Brentford ] , lately held by Ambrose Gillmar, Francis Rogers and Richard Newman ; two houses on Snowhill ; the "Whitehorse" in Milford Lane ; some houses and land in Old Street and Islington, late owned by

    Book 1, 1670

    de parochia S t Dunstans in le west London Staconer po: se appren mica Machell Civi et Carpenter ac de Snowhill pro 7 ann a die Dat Indre Dat 1 marcij Anno Dni 1669. 65 Josephus Devonsheire filius Francisci Devonsheire

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddoetbach i barhau i bleidio Cadben Xayter, a bu rai gweithiau yn areithio o'i blaid. Barnodd Cadeirydd ac Ysgrifenydd Cangen Snowhill o'r Gymdeithas a nodwyd fod Mr. Morley yn euog o wadu ei egvwyddorion, ac anfonasart lythvr ato i'r perwyl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    end (of about 10 1touoais weiglit.Veidiri, Wti'fal Mlarcder b sonize person un- Ort frliday oveoiltg a ystueg ran, resident at Snowhill, fired a pes1to at his- hel-, whereby be was dreadfully li-oun'aie. Ho was itoniaxedia'cly carried to St. Barthola- mew's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cheeseonger. Solicitor, Mr. H~eard, ptooper's-squore, Leman-street, Goodman's-fields. H. Goter, Billingsgate, fish-salesman. Solicitor, Mr. Allen, Com- mercial Sale-rooms, Mincing-lane. 3. Grunted, Snowhill, auctioneer. Solicitor, Mr. Dyer, Took's- court, Cursitor-street. W. Robertson, Great St. Helens,- insurance-broker. Solicitors, Messrs Reardon and Davis, Corbet-conrt, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Charterbouse-square. Saturday', November 23. BANaIUPTSP . M. Marks, Roosford, Essex, slopseller. Solicitor, Mr. R. Hall, Great James-street, Bedford-row. J. Craney, Snowhill, grocer. Solicitors, Messrs.Tottie and Co. Poultry. T. Damson, St. Thonas's-smill, Staffordshlire, miller. Solicitor, Mr. Barbor, Fetter-lane. J. J. Stockdale, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    articles for family consuuption. To be Of Deacon and Co. Coffee Mart and Tea and Sugar Warehouse, iborveysm Chocolate and Cocoa Paste to her Royal Highness the }rincess A.ugusta. No 2 Skinner-street, Snowhill, Loindon. __ - ___ __ - - Subscribers-only content

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

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    JAMES UNDERWOOD, Theft, 05/12/1781

    of November, between eight and nine at night, I was in company with one Mr. William Barker , coming up Snowhill I found somebody's hand in my pocket, I catched at the hand, and missed it; I saw the prisoner

    WILLIAM THOMPSON, Theft, 04/07/1798

    John Eamer 's, my father made it for one of Sir John's servant's; I was sitting behind a hackney-coach, upon Snowhill , the coat was tied up in paper, and I had got it under my arm; there was the

    WILLIAM SIRRAT, Theft, 26/11/1808

    John Stap . The case was stated by Mr. Knapp. JOHN STAP . Q. You are a cheesemonger living upon Snowhill - A. Yes. Q. Had you purchased recently before this transaction a hogshead of hams - A. There were

    JOHN DOWER, Theft, 26/10/1814

    ounces of tobacco, value 7 s. the property of John Lloyd , a tobaconist on Snowhill . JOHN ROBERTS . I am clerk to Mr. Lloyd. Q. When did you lose your tobacco? - A. On the nineteenth of September

    JAMES COLE, Deception, 17/02/1825

    I am warehouseman to Messrs. Wilson and Co. , chemists and druggists, Snowhill ; they serve the London Hospital with drugs. On the 9th of February , the prisoner came and produced this order: I directed 20 lbs. of quicksilver


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