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  • * Victoria County History *

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    East Ham Local government and public services

    were not entirely successful. The greatest difficulties arose from the development of the low-lying land by the river, especially in Southborough (later Grantham ), Manor (later Alverstone ), and Bessborough (later Walton ) Roads, and Manor (later Selborne ) Avenue.

    Parishes Burstow

    an offshoot of the court at Wimbledon Manor , was held at Burstow , which then included the tithings of Southborough , Middleborough, and Northborough . 69 A curious entry in a Court Roll occurs for the year 1547, when

    East Ham Churches

    ) was opened in 1897 in Browning Road , and a third ( St. Mary 's mission) in 1899 in Southborough (now Grantham ) Road. 126 St. Barnabas 's became a separate pari sh in 1901 . St. Michael 's,

    East Ham Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    Manor Park , was founded in 1900 by F. Tite , a coal merchant, who erected an iron building in Southborough (now Grantham ) Road. 29 In 1934 a new hall was built, on the corner of Church Road and

    Kingston-upon-Thames Introduction and borough

    Farm, afterwards called Maple Lodge , was built by Christopher Terry about 1815 as the Manor House . In 1808 Southborough Lodge , the first house on the hill, was built for Thomas Langley by John Nash , the architect

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, August 1685, 1-15, 02 August 1685-14 August 1685

    at a cost of 72 l . 8 s . 0 d .). Henry Guy to the Customs Cashier, dated Southborough, near Tunbridge, to forthwith pay 2,000 l . into the Exchequer to complete the pay of the Tyger and

    House of Lords Journal Volume 63, 21 July 1831, 21 July 1831-21 July 1831

    the said Petition do lie on the Table. Beer Act, Petition from Southborough for Alteration of. Upon reading the Petition of the Minister, Chapelwardens and Inhabitants of Southborough , in the Parish of Tonbridge, Kent , whose Names are thereunto

    Report on the Charities of the Skinners' Company

    Swanley district; Darenth parish; Wilmington parish; Otford parish; Tonbridge, parish church district; Hildenborough, Ecclesiastical districts; St. Peter, Southborough, St. Stephen, Tonbridge, St. Thomas, Southborough, Holy Trinity, Tonbridge wells, Christ Church, St. John, St. James, St. Peter, Bidborough parish; Speldhurst parish,

    Bromley

    benefices within his diocese. Of these, 225 are in the town, 18 at Mason's-hill, 26 on the common, 16 at Southborough, 30 at Widmore, and 42 at Plaistow. He had been Bishop of Rochester. Wood's Athen. Oxon. vol. i. Afterwards

    General Index, S, 01 May 1690-31 October 1691

    Philip Southampton , mayor of, letter to sheriff of county of see also under Hampshire. South Bear , forest of Southborough , letter dated at Southcot , Dame Constance Sir John Southesk , Anne, Countess of Southsea Castle Southwark Assizes Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 April 1769, 24 April 1769

    and for repairing the Roads " leading from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurfi- Hatch- " Corner, and from Penjhurft Town to Southborough, " in the faid County." Hodie 3a w<? fe?^ eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft for cc dividing and Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1769, 27 April 1769

    and for repairing the Roads " leading from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurft Hatch .i( Corner, and from Penßurfl Town to Southborough, in " the faid County." The Queftion was put, *f Whether this Bill mall « pafs?" It was refolved Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1769, 1 May 1769

    Cowden ; and for re¬ pairing the Roads leading from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurfl Hatch-Corner, and from Penfhurß 'Town to Southborough, in the faid County." " Dolman the Younger and Peggy his Wife, during " the Lives of their laid Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1807, 22 July 1807

    Wat's Crofs to Cowden, and the " Roads from Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurß Hatch " Corner, and Penßurß Town to Southborough, in the " County of Kent;" to which they defire the Concur¬ rence of this Houfe. A Meffage was Subscribers-only content

    8 August 1807, 8 August 1807

    from Wat's Crofs to Cowden, and the Roads from ** Sevenoaks Common to Crockhurfi Hatch Corner and Penfhurfi Town, to Southborough, in the County of Kent." " An Act for continuing the Term, and altering and enlarging the Powers of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Groves, Stamford, Lincolnshire, linen-draper-W. Smitb, Thur- maston, Leicestershire, sock manufacturer-S. Bettison, Mar- gate, 5Kerot, librarian-R. Farguson, Petworth, Sussex, linen- draper-J. Everhigham Harrison, Nottingham, hatter-F. Wyatt, West Cowes, Isle of Wight, upholsterer-R. Pierce, Wellington, Shropshire, druggist-E. P. Edgley, Southborough, Kent, victualler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leadenhall street. DIVIDENDS. December 8, J. Benjamin, Jewry street, Aldgite, watch- manufacturer-December 8, E. P. Edgley, Crown and Sceptre Inn, Southborough, Kent, victualler-December 8, J. Lyney, jun., Limehouse, sail-maker-December 14, J. R. Nainby, BlaclLfriars road, dealer in tobacco-December 19, R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 118 6 Shdff'ord - - 214 .6 Shepton Mallett - - 12 0 Sidmouth - - - 15 ,7 Southborough - - - O 16 6 Spalding - - - 2 12 n St Neots, Huntingdonshire 2 17 C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Christitu, J. C. Clarke, and C. Bowent, College kill, isnrcbanls-November iS, H. Wills, Tettetolatosceurt New road, statusary-Noveriaber 23, XV Pearce, Southborough, Kent-November 27, R. Cogan, Leicester square, glass merchant-Novetmber 27, B. Wade, Strand, tailor- November 30, E. Brown, Biriuighgaiam, merchaoot-December Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Robins and C. is illiatns, London wall, City, carriers-April 7, J. Stevents, Abeihurch lane, City, merchant-April 7, W. Pearce, Southborough, Kent-April II, P.. and J. Al Spenceley, Wapping, sail makers-April 13, J. Sadler, Vere street, Clara Market, tallow chandler-April Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Annual report., 1884

    year your organising agent, Miss Moore has visited Wisbeach, Eoehester, Chatham , Gravesend , St. Neots, Brentwood , Southborough , Tonbridge , Folkestone , Brentford , Ealing , Epping , Walthamstow , Eomford, Dulwich , and has devoted considerable time Subscribers-only content

    Copy of Her Majesty's Commission of Lieutenancy of the City of London, and list of Lieutenants, with their places of residence, 1881

    on, Afred, esq. Southborough , Tunbridge Wells Wilson , Cornelius Lea , esq. Beckenham , Kent Walter , John, esq, M.P 40, Upper Grosvenor - ^M- street, or Bear Wood , Reading Williams , Edward Jones , esq Rochford House Subscribers-only content

    Report upon Metropolitan Railway and other schemes: of Session 1870, 1870

    Street , Great Manchester Street , Nottingham Street , Southampton Street , Priscilla Street , Hood Street , Tent Street, Southborough Place, Three Colt Street , Hare Marsh Street , Winchester Street , Win¬ chester Crescent, White Street , Menotte Subscribers-only content

    The Economist [1843- ] ., 1867

    term, commences on 11th October . — The highest references afforded on applica¬ tion to " Beta,*' Vernon House , Southborough , Ton- hridep WpIIs. VERNON HOUSE , Southborougb, Tonbridge "Wells, Preparatory School for the sons of gentlemen, conducted by Subscribers-only content

    Annual report., 1884

    year your organising agent, Miss Moore has visited Wisbeach, Eoehester, Chatham , Gravesend , St. Neots, Brentwood , Southborough , Tonbridge , Folkestone , Brentford , Ealing , Epping , Walthamstow , Eomford, Dulwich , and has devoted considerable time Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Musgrave Alured Henry Harris, 4/2/1833

    Forename Musgrave Alured Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 4/2/1833 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Southborough// OTHER INFORMATION Source CKS, DRB/La 1 (Curates: Lists of licences 1814-188 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Murray, George/Rochester

 

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