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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Non-christian religious bodies

    in 1775 . 90 In 1791 a Jewish marriage took place in Synagogue Yard which adjoined Quakers Alley in West Stockwell Street , 91 but there is no record of a synagogue there after 1794. 92 In 1796, when two

    Lambeth The parish

    virgates of land in Stockwell and 31/2 acres in the meadow beyond (de super ) Lambeth to William son of John de Stockwell ; amongst these lands were 12 acres which had belonged to Richard de Stockwell father of John

    Lambeth Introduction and Lambeth Palace

    , Norwood , the Prince's, Stockwell , Tulse Hill and Vauxhall . 1 These may be compared with earlier divisions of the parish. In 1331 there were the townships of Lambeth , Kennington , Stockwell and South Lambeth , and

    Parishes Chilton Candover

    46. Burke, Commoners , iv, 685. She is described in one pedigree as the sister of Sir John Alley of Stockwell (Burke, Commoners , iv, 685), in another as daughter of Sir John Leigh (Hoare, Hist, of Wilts , iii

    Yelford Introduction

    Manor and the adjacent farm buildings. 83 Isolated cottages on the Hardwick road were similarly supplied from another ancient spring, Stockwell , in a field to the north. 84 A lane links Yelford with Hardwick to the east and the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ni welais olygfafWy a dedwydd na'f un a welais oddifewn i furiau sefyd. Hr iad Mr. Spurgeon i blantiaididAid .yn Stockwell, s w, wrth. ei chyferbyrni a'r boren oer di-baul addiallan. P .n Y mae yny ,sefydliad hwn oddeutu 135 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    byth Tiwyt yr un. [Cyfieithiad yw yr emnyn hon o un Ssesoneg a gyfansoddwyd gan y Parch. David Thomas, D.D, Stockwell, sc a ganwyd Y2 yr Eglwys Gynuuieidfaol yno ar y Sabbath, lonawr 1, 1871.] CLIPtO CAPET, DWYRAN, MON. A, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4llManion 1! D ' - ' Dywed. y 'Court Cfrcuar fod ei, -Mawihydi- y d dioddef :yn barhaus oddiwrth ymosodiadau o'r cryd o cymalau,. a er ei bod n alluhog i gymeryd taith ji allan yn ei ¢ cerbyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fod hyn yn gamgymer. iad mawr-mai yn ei galon ef, ac o'i lytr gell ef, S zi Parch. D. Thomas, Stockwell, y cychwynodd y 11 syniad. Peth odd na chlywsai rhywun am dano o'r blaen, beblaw Dr. Nicholas ac yntau. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kod vn cael digon o gynghorion ir foleddigeiddrwvydd vm- ddygiad, a hynawsedd tyinher gan Doctor NICHOLAS a Dr TnOMS.s o Stockwell. Afres- ymol ydyw tybied fod y ddau ymenydd epilgar sydd yn awr yn anirafahelio a'u gilydd ac a phawyb Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 11 Lambhith, alias Lambeth.

    followeth: Here lyeth Sir John Legh Knight of the Bath, Son of Ralph Legh, Esq; Lord of the Mannors of Stockwell and Levehurst, and Dame Isabel his Wife, Daughter of Otwell Worsley . Which Sir John deceased the 17. Day

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LYMPANY, John.

    gentleman who in 1548 petitioned the Protector Somerset against (Sir) Thomas Cawarden who had dispossessed him of a tenement in Stockwell, Surrey. Lympany had acquired this property on leasehold about two years previously in order to sub-let and it was

    LAMBERT, Christopher, of Winchester, Hants.

    of Lambert’s family with the branch of the family seated at Laverstoke, Hampshire.W. Berry, Co. Genealogies, Hants, 180; Vis. Hants (Harl. Soc. lxiv), 38; Stockwell Pprs. (Soton Rec. Soc.), i. 21; CP; APC, xxvii. 321; PCC 30 Rutland, 88 Harte.

    LAMBERT, Thomas II (c.1558-1621), of Southampton.

    Soc. lxiv), 46; Assembly Bks. i (Soton Rec. Soc.), i. 3, 4; Lansd. 142, f. 204; VCH Hants, iv. 208; Stockwell Pprs. (Soton Rec. Soc.), passim; APC, xx. 351; Ct. Leet Recs. (Soton Rec. Soc.), passim; PCC 34 Pynnyng, 41

    LOVELACE, John (by 1497-1558), of Hurley, Berks.

    of Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, in the investigation of words spoken against Anne Boleyn at Reading and in 1541, described as of Stockwell, Surrey, he was granted an 80-year lease of the rectory of Binfield. Three years later he promised £1,150 to

    MILLER, William Henry (1789-1848), of Craigentinny House, North Leith, Edinburgh; 12 Brompton Row, Mdx. and Britwell Court, nr. Burnham, Berks.

    sister Mary married John Christy (1707-61), of Ormiston Lodge, Edinburgh, which gave this Member a cousin Miller Christy (1748-1820), of Stockwell, Surrey, a noted London hatter, whose "great manufacturing house" at 35 Gracechurch Street and 113 and 170 Bermondsey Street

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 March 1764, 21 March 1764

    the County of Derby, through " Carter's Lane, to a certain Place in the Town of Manf- " field called Stockwell, and from the Bridle Gate at " the Divificn of the Liberties of Blackwell and Huck- *' nail, through Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1764, 26 March 1764

    Alfreton in the County B'11- of Derby, through Carter's Lane, to a certain Place in the Town of Mansfield, called Stockwell, and from ^ ^.^ ^ & Liberties of Ept Epi Epi Epi Epi Epi Epi Epi Epi Ep! Ep1 Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1764, 30 March 1764

    in the County of Derby, through Carter's " Lane, to a certain Place in the Town of Mansfield, " called Stockwell, and from the Bridle Gate at the Di- " vifion of the Liberties of Blackwell and Ilucknall, " through Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1764, 2 April 1764

    Alfreton in the County of Bill i " Derby, through Carter's Lane, to a certain Place in " the Town of Mansfield called Stockwell, and from 'The " Bridle Gate at the Divifion of the Liberties of Black- " well Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1766, 12 May 1766

    Concur¬ rence of this Houfe. The faid Two Bills were read the Firft Time. A Petition of John Angell of Stockwell in the County ¦ Surrey Efqüire ; taking Notice of a Bill depending Hodie 2a vice leSla efi Billa, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Panmure Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 1022 Lodge Number (1863): 720 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Swan Tavern, Clapham Road, Stockwell, London 1857 Loughborough Hotel, Loughborough Park, Brixton, London 1862 Balham Hotel, Chestnut Grove, Balham, London 1867

    Stockwell Lodge

    Stockwell Lodge (1339) Lodge Details SN notes: Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1870 Warrant of Constitution: 7 Dec. 1870 Cons. 2 Feb. 1871 Date of Royal Medal: Date of Freemasons Medal: Numeration 1894 onwards: 1339 Lodge Number (1729): 0

 

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