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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Norwood , including Southall Roman catholicism.

    Southall libr. See p. 54. Kirwan, Southall , 46. Catholic Dir . ( 1925 ). Kirwan, Southall , 46. Gen. Reg. Off., Wship. Reg. 24206. Foundation stone. Gen. Reg. Off., Wship. Reg. 28758. Ibid. 42193. Ibid. 46853. Ibid. 46912;

    Norwood , including Southall Charities for the poor

    Norwood and Southall who attended an annual Good Friday Sermon which he also endowed. William Millett , by will d ated 1631, left 8 a. to be divided equally between the poor of Heston and of Norwood and Southall .

    Norwood , including Southall Economic and social history

    Guide ( 1932 ), 24. Southall Official Guide ( 1939 ), 28. Ex inf. Southall F.C. Southall F.C., Official Handbk . ( 1960-1 ), 5. Thorne , Environs of Lond . 452. Ex inf. Southall C.C. M.R.O., Acc. 180/541. Kelly

    Norwood , including Southall Sikhs.

    Norwood , including Southall Sikhs. SIKHS. The Sikhs, who previously had hired halls for their monthly meetings, acquired a temple on Southall Green in 1963 . 42 This building was demolished in 1967 to make way for a new Roman

    Norwood , including Southall Manors

    including Southall Manors MANORS. In 1212 William of Southall ( de Suhalle ) held a knight's fee in Southall of the Archbishop of Canterbury . 99 This was probably the origin of the manor of SOUTHALL . Alice of Southall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parcels post for Is. 3 1., or 2A. 3d., six packets 6s, _ 6d., and 12',. 6d, from the ratentees, Southall Bfose, & Bsreley, Bfiminghasn. Wholesale Agents-Sharp, Perrin, & Co. 31 Old -Changge; Stlpley & Smith, London Wall, London- For Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    forwarded by Percale Post for is. 3 I., or 2e. 3d., six packets 6s. Sd. and 12,.6d, frem the ratentees, Southall Bros., & Boreley, Birmingham. Wholesale Agenits-Sharp. Perrin, & Co. 31 Old Cha-gga StPley & Smith, L ordon Wall, London, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6rwarded by parcels post for is. 3a., or 2s. 3d., six packets 6s. d., and 12. 6d, from -the vatentees, Southall Bros., & Bareley, Bromingham. Wholesale Agents-Sharp, Perrin, & Co. 31 Old Chaegge ; Stipley & Smith, Lnndon Wall, London- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be 6rwarded byparcels post for is. 3d., or 2s. 3d., six' packets 6s. d., and l2S. 6d, from the Patentees, Southall Bros, &: Bareley. Birmingham. Wholesale Agents-Sharp, Perrin, &§; Co. 31 Old Chasgge; Stapley & Smith, London Wall, London- Porprot- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grwarded by Parcels post for is. 3'., or 2s. Sd., eix packets 6s. d., and 12t. Sd, frem the batentees, Southall B-os & Blreley, B ErMigham. Wholesale Agents-Sharp, Perrin, & Co. 31 Old Cha 99gs; StPleY & Smith,L ndon Wall, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Jersey Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2163 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Coffee Tavern, Southall, Middlesex 1886 Railway Hotel, near Great Western Station, Southall, Middlesex 1889

    Gooch Lodge

    Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1238 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Prince Alfred Hotel, South Road, Southall, Middlesex 1868 Albany Hotel, Station Yard, Twickenham, Middlesex 1877 Town Hall, High Street, Twickenham, Middlesex 1887

    Acacia Lodge

    Road, South Mimms, West Barnet, Middlesex 1870 Railway Hotel, by Station, Potter's Bar, Middlesex 1871 Prince Alfred Hotel, South Road, Southall, Middlesex 1874 Ship Hotel, River Bank, Halliford, near Shepperton, Middlesex 1877 Greyhound Hotel, Park Gate, Hampton Court, Middlesex 1890

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 May 1788, 20 May 1788

    Canal from the Canal at " Bannington Wood in the County of Salop, to or near a " Place called Southall Bank; and from thence by " Two feveral Branches to communicate with the River "' Severn, one near Coalbrook Subscribers-only content

    21 May 1788, 21 May 1788

    Navigable Canal, from the Canal at Donnington Wood in the County of Salop, to ci or near a Place called Southall Bank, and from thence " by two feveral Branches, to communicate with the " River Severn, one near Coalbrook Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1788, 27 May 1788

    Canal " from the Canal at Donningion Wood in the County of " Salop, to or near a Place called Southall Bank, and " from thence by Two feveral Branches, to communicate " with the River Severn, one near Coalbr:ok Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1788, 28 May 1788

    and maintaining a Navigable Canal at Don- nington Wood in the County of Salop to or near a Place called Southall Bank, and from thence by Two feveral Branches to communicate with the River Severn, one near Coalbrook Dale, and Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1788, 11 June 1788

    Canal from the " Canal at Donnington Wood in the County of Salop, to or " near a Place called Southall Bank; and from thence " by Two feveral Branches to communicate with the " River Severn, one near Coalbrook Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUBBERD, Edward (d.1602), of Birchanger and Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex.

    Stansted Mountfitchet estate, which included a number of manors and other lands which the Earl of Oxford had alienated to Southall in 1582. Hubberd’s connexions with the de Veres were further strengthened by his sister’s marriage into the family.Hubberd’s superior

    GERARD, William I (by 1530-84), of London and Flambards, Harrow, Mdx.

    in the purchase of a rectory and advowson, and in the same year he and Page acquired the manor of Southall and a number of Essex properties from William Bellamy. It was not until 1573, however, that John Spilman conveyed

    GERARD, William II (aft.1520-84), of Harrow, Mdx.

    but no later evidence has been found. By 1564 he had acquired extensive property in Middlesex, including the manor of Southall, which he and his father-in-law bought from William Bellamy in April 1552; the purchase also included land in Essex,

    SHORDITCH, John I (d.1410), of Hackney, Mdx. and London.

    part of an arrangement whereby the shire knight was to pay him a debt of £40.[footnote] The land in Ickenham, Southall, Hackney, Shoreditch and Chelsea which remained in the hands of Shorditch’s immediate family was said to be worth £40

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 25th January 1847

    arrive, & I began to get uneasy. We sent down to Slough, & heard the train had broken down at Southall , which made as both feel very worried. At ¼ to 8, Ld Aberdeen arrived by another train, which

 

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