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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willesden Public services

    43 There were policemen at Stonebridge in 1839 , 44 and in 1840 Willesden joined the Metropolitan police district. 45 By 1851 there were police stations at Stonebridge and in Kilburn Lane . 46 The Stonebridge station had by 1871

    Willesden Introduction

    flooding. 11 The principal tributary of the Brent in Willesden was the Mitchell brook which entered the Brent north of Stonebridge and was itself formed from two tributaries. 12 The northern branch, called the Sherrick or Slade brook, rose near

    Willesden Roman catholicism

    the time of the First World War. There was a mission at Brondesbury by 1920 and there were churches at Stonebridge in 1926 and Kilburn in 1948 ; another convent opened at Willesden Green in 1928 . Most convents have

    Willesden Local government Borough of Willesden London Borough of Brent

    , Harlesden , and Church End (including Neasden and Stonebridge ). In 1909 the wards were increased to eleven with the creation of Cricklewood and Brondesbury Park from Willesden Green , Stonebridge from Church End , and Roundwood from Harlesden

    Willesden Churches

    Clo sed 1980 and united with St. Catherine , Neasden . ST. PETER , Harrow Rd., Stonebridge . Mission founded from St. Michael 's, Stonebridge (q.v.), by 1902 . Attendance 1903: 119 a.m. ; 68 p.m. Closed after 1937. 70

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 January 1710, 16 January 1711

    ; fhewing, " That Sir William " Puiieney, being feifed in Fee of a Piece of Ground, 3< Parcel of Stonebridge Field, adjoining to Piccadilly, in " the County of Midd'x, and containing about One " Hundred and Fifty Feet Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1710, 12 February 1711

    intituled, " An Aft for CUrges'Bill. " vefting a certain Piece of Ground, being Part of a " Field called Stonebridge Field, adjoining to Piccadilly, (< in the County of Midd'x, in Truflees, to difpole of u the fame, to Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1710, 15 February 1711

    " An Act for Clarges,' Bilfc " veiling a certain Piece of Ground, being Part of a " Field called Stonebridge Field, adjoining to Piccadilly, " in the County of Middlefex, in Truftees, to difpofe " of the fame, to Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1710, 10 March 1711

    Billa, intituled, " An Aft for •* verting a certain Piece of Ground, being Part of a " Field called Stonebridge Field, adjoining to Piccadilly, " in the County of Midd'x, in Truftees, to difpofe of "¦ the fame, to Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1711, 1 May 1711

    gffl, jnt:itxiledl, " An Aft for vefting a " certain Piece of Ground, being Part of a Field called " Stonebridge Field, adjoining to Piccadilly, in the " County of Midd'x, in Truftees, to difpofe of the " fame, to Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    would propose that the house should be called over. The Birmingham and Gloucester railway bill, and the Birmingham, Derby, and Stonebridge railway bill, were read a third time and passed. Other railway bills before the house were severally advanced a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, July 29. Office of Ordsnassce, July 25.-Corps of Royal Engineers: Lieut.-Col. A. Brown to be Colt vice Vavasour, deceased-Captain M. Williams to be Lieut.-Col. -Captain J. Hawkshaw to be Lient.-CoL vice Brown-Second Captain A. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    builder. PBoulton and Sons, Northampton suare Clerkeuwell.-H and W Norris, Mare street, Hackney, builders. sChidley, Old Jewry.-J J C Young, Stonebridge common, Kingsland, licensed victualler. [Dimmock and Burbey, Saf- folk lane, City.-D S and G S Pezalli, Great Tower street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re Foster, of the Factory, Tiptons; deepIy lamented. He, AStHlOND-On the 6th inst., at his residence, The Hollies rrd Wollaston, Stonebridge, after a hsng and painful illness, aged 61 Hyenrs, Joseph llammond. -st 0s.i.-Ou the 16th inst., after a nhort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plain needlewoman, aboot 10. Church person, amid with good referencee, for a quiet famally.-Apply, Mm. C. Firmstonc, 'II, Ivy Lodge, Stonebridge. c944i 14 1~URSE Wasted, for two children; good needlewoman. Church 20 j.q of England,-Mrs. Itecd, Comimercial School, Ludlow. c1452 Subscribers-only content

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

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    RICHARD HUMPHREYS, Theft, 11/09/1828

    value 6d., and 1 comb, value 2d. , the goods of John Wallington . MARY LANE . I live at Stonebridge - my husband is a publican ; his name is William. The prisoner works at a farm-house , and

    Ordinary's Account, 27/09/1736

    till Twelve at Night, when a Man coming by released him. Three Days after this, about Nine at Night, near Stonebridge , they robb'd Mr. Hawkins of the Things mention'd in the second Indictment; him they also treated barbarously, laying

 

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