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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dedham Domestic buildings Dedham street plan, 1923

    Mrs. Roper also did work at Southfields , where she advised Sir Ralph Harwood on the restoration of the Master Weaver 's House in 1935 , and at Knights. S. Booth , who bought Southfields c . 1952, continued its

    Gore Hundred Judaism

    1951 until its move to the Ridgeway in 1958 ; and Sunny Hills Adath Ysroel synagogue, on the corner of Southfields and Watford Way from 1958. In 1957 the North West London Talmudical college was founded at no. 861 Finchley

    Woodchester Economic history

    by Southfields Stick Mills Ltd. in the 1920s . 89 The main buildings had been demolished by 1972 but some small 19thcentury buildings were then occupied by Arthurs Press Ltd. which employed 130 people on the site. 90 Southfields Mill

    Parishes added since 1892 Aylestone

    which had been put into Lubbesthorpe was made part of the borough. 70 This included the housing estate known as Southfields estate, whose name preserves at least a recollection of the old village community of Aylestone . Mills. There were

    Parishes Wandsworth

    . Other branches of this railway intersect Wandsworth , the Wimbledon and Fulham li ne which has a station at Southfields in the southwest, and the East Putney and Wimbledon new line running from East Putney station just beyond the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIESCELLANEOUS WANTS. I i'rlnetolP -tlh~azei lorcush Goo I> in.,:' itY set~~~ sentlitton. £03. nA. the 1645 in w"t . od ,s-od s~ci-ad-4,Dean Strse,iiir- 1-.!'ty lt jot': TLvcitt. p.iS : cferen~ee L I, .,otery, S'troet. _ rno T''a -t ioinobm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ture would produce £550., and the surplus from some securities £9. 17s. 2d. He commenced business as a lodging-house-k;eeper at Southfields, Malvern, and then bad a capital of about £250. Ile had removed to his present residenco about twvelve years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Twelve to Four o'clock each day. All Orders sent to Mr. F. J. Audsley, at the Lelceeter Offices 29, Southfields, will receive prompt and caref il attention. 233 SHAMPOOING. SHAMPOOING W ITH Warm and Cold Water, upon an V Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CHEAP 'PREPAID ADVBRTISEMEKT& leg ooectawe insertione of tibe classes of ~nsll Advatisosmenti Partlsrularlsed below the following wxe the prepaid charges: I6 wordls. O oe..... d.1 17t 3 ndaOc ... Od.0i Itte, Thee Ineetlons..IS. 061 DitThree tsertions. * 2e. 06 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    medal for best bitch in open classes belonging id to members of the Bulldog Club, "Bide-a-Wee," 1. Pebody, Merton Road, Southfields, Wandsworth; '3rd, e, "Portswcod Queen," G. Griffis t Larches Street, Spark- h; brook,' Birminghamn.-tDogs (small size)' lst "King P- Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Southfields Lodge

    Southfields Lodge (4588) Lodge Details Named in: 1923 SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1923 Warrant of Constitution: 9th October 1923. Consecrated 30th November 1923 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Date of Hall Stone Medal:

 

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