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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien house Priory of Tooting

    out of the church of Streatham as part of the alien priory of Streatham . In 1315 it was said that the prior of Okebu rn held the manor of Tooting (Totynge) Bec and Streatham of Gilbert de Clare ,

    Parishes Streatham

    Streatham , in part of its cours e separating it from Mitcham . There are four stations in the parish- Streatham in the east on the London , Brighton and South Coast railway, 15 Streatham Common in the north-east,

    Colleges All Hallow 's, Barking

    notorious John Tiptoft, earl of Worcester , and to the wardens the manor of Tooting Bec and the advowson of Streatham , county Surrey , part of the alien priory of Ogbourne, for the maintenance of a chantry of two

    Parishes Tooting Graveney

    by later records. Land in Tooting and Streatham is mentioned in the confirmation charter of King Athelstan in 933, 10 and in 1062 Edward the Confessor included 7 hides 'at Tooting with Streatham ' in his enumeration of the benefactions

    The hundred of Brixton Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF BRIXTON

    HUNDRED OF BRIXTON CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF BARNES LAMBETH STREATHAM BATTERSEA WITH PENGE MERTON TOOTING GRAVENEY BERMONDSEY MORTLAKE WANDSWORTH CAMBERWELL NEWINGTON WIMBLEDON CLAPHAM PUTNEY DEPTFORD ST. PAUL ROTHERHITHE SOUTHWARK BOROUGH with Christchurch The boundaries of Brixton Hundred have probably not

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TH4yAfAN'S BALSAM oj HORE1JOUND D HAG y Peswch, Anwyd, Crygni a pboo JR afiechyd yn y Frest art Ysgyfaint. Y mae yu peri Qyeyn- odau tutewnol ddod i fyny, yn symud twymniadau,ae yn gwellao Peswch. Mae yn hyfryd i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of application and prospectus of School, Foreign r, apply to C. W- J<>2NES, Esq, 4, Dougles.Villas, S04ey- Swarse ]hound Lane, Streatham Conmor, Londen, S.A con igy The 81 yn C CLAREMONT S-C6 °°L, and pal y I -~~~~~~~~~~~ dormito ary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Byd Tragwyddol,' -yn cael eu rlhoddi at Gartref ac Ysbytty yr Anwelledigion (British Home and Hospital for Incarables) yn Streatham. Hwn yiw y sefydliad dyngarol cyntaf yn Lloegr i gael yr anrhydedd o nawd Ei Huch6kler Brelnhinol Tywys- oges Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a visit to a port of ili, -I' Brighir, whenl he wais suddenly taken il in hiisa " alighted at Streatham tor refreshment. He had mSm ,j:, ciocs to lisi grand-dangiuter to order breakfast, wheo he fell be, ald instaltly Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Streatham

    StreathamSTREATHAM. Etymology . This place derives its name from having been situated near the great Roman road from Arundel to London; strete signifying in the Saxon language a highway, and ham a dwelling. The Normans, with little attention to

    Tooting

    and is situated on the road to Epsom about six miles from Westminster-bridge. The parish is bounded by that of Streatham on the east; Mitcham on the south and west; and Wandsworth on the north. The land is principally arable,

    Wandsworth

    half from Westminster-bridge, and lies in the western division of Brixton hundred. The parish is bounded by those of Battersea, Streatham, Merton, Mitcham, Tooting, Wimbledon, and Putney. The land is divided in nearly an equal proportion between arable and pasture.

    General index

    Rotherhithe, 475. At Streatham, 487. At Sutton, 496. At Tooting, 500. At Wandsworth, 510. At Wimbledon, 536. At Bermondsey, 553. Portraits , in the picture gallery at Dulwich College, account of, 108. At Lambeth, 263, 264. At Streatham, 482. In

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, 8 February 1647, 08 February 1647-08 February 1647

    , and the Lord Wharton , to endeavour to discover the Cypher. Laurence & al. committed for a Disturbance at Streatham, released. This Day Humphry Lawrance, Wm. Reade , and Rich. Bent , were brought to this Bar; and, upon

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THRALE, Ralph (c.1698-1758), of Streatham, Surr.

    (c.1698-1758), of Streatham, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 1741 151747 Ofifces Held Brewers’ Co. 1732, master 1748; sheriff, Surr. 1733-4. Biography The son of ‘a hardworking man at Offley’, Thrale was brought to London by his uncle, Edmund Halsey, the owner

    RUSSELL, Lord William (1767-1840).

    Admiralty Feb. 1806-Apr. 1807. Biography Lord William Russell was returned unopposed for Surrey, where his family had an estate at Streatham. He attached himself immediately to Opposition, and on 27 Jan. 1789 intervened in debate to deny Sir Joseph Mawbey’s

    TILNEY, Edmund (d.1610), of London and Leatherhead, Surr.

    his father’s tomb at Streatham, 6 Oct. 1610. His ‘apparel wherein I have spent much money very plainly that might have been otherwise better employed’ was to be sold for the benefit of the Leatherhead and Streatham poor. £100 was

    GOUGH, Henry (1681-1751), of Enfield, Mdx.

    and was brought up to keep his accounts. From 1707 to 1715 he was in command of a merchantman, the Streatham, making a ‘decent competency’ in the service of the Company. From 1730 he was almost continuously a director of

    RUSSELL, Lord William (1767-1840), of Streatham, Surr.

    RUSSELL, Lord William (1767-1840), of Streatham, Surr. Constituency Dates Surrey 1789 81807 Tavistock 1807 Mar. 1819 Tavistock 1826 81830 Ofifces Held Ld. of Admiralty Feb. 1806-Apr. 1807. Ofifces Held Capt. commdt. Streatham vols. 1803-4. Biography Russell, who had joined the

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 30th March 1838

    rode " Tartar ", who went most delightfully. We went out by the garden gate, over Vauxhall Bridge , by Streatham Common & Wandsworth Common, over Battersea Bridge , & in at the same gate. - Read Despatches & before

    Monday 9th April 1838

    Miss Cavendish , Lehzen, Col: Wemyss , Mr Rich & Col: Cavendish . We rode to Norwood & back by Streatham Common, a charming ride. - Landseer brought his finished picture of the dogs & " Lory ," It is

    Friday 30th March 1838

    possible still hotter than yesterday. We rode out by the garden gate near the stables, over Vauxhall Bridge , by Streatham Common and Wandsworth Common, over Battersea Bridge , and in at the same gate I came out of. Read

    Monday 9th April 1838

    home at 4. I rode Tartar who went most delightfully. We rode to Norwood and Beulah Spa and back by Streatham Common &c. It is a beautiful ride. Landseer has brought the picture of the dogs and lory, finished; it

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1766, 6 May 1766

    of them ; to meet on the fame Day, at the fame Place; and to ad¬ journ as they pleafe. Streatham, Bill: &quot; Hodie 2a vice lefta eß Billa, intituled, &quot; An Aft for draining and preferving Sireatham Common, in Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1790, 26 March 1790

    a &quot; Workhoufe for, and for the better Relief and Employ- &quot; ment of the Poor of the Parifh of Streatham, in the &quot; Cour ty of Surrey ; ari for appointing an additional ** Overic r for the better Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1790, 18 May 1790

    Aft for providing a Workhoufe for, and fonthe better &quot; Relief and Employment of the Poor of the-Parifh of tc Streatham, in the County of Surrey, ar:d for appoint- &quot; ing an additional Overfeer for the better Government &quot; of Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1790, 9 June 1790

    a &lt;c Workhoufe for, and for the better Relief and Employ- &quot; ment of the Poor of the Parifh of Streatham, in the &quot; County of Surrey, and for appointing an additional &quot; Overfeer for the better Government of the Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1790, 9 June 1790

    providing a Workhoufe for, and &quot; for the better Relief and Employment of the Poor of &quot; the Parifh of Streatham, in the County of Surrey ; and &quot; for appointing an additional Overfeer for the better &quot; Government of Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Earl of Lathom Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1922 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Greyhound Hotel, Streatham Common, Streatham, London 1881 Surrey Masonic Hall, Camberwell New Road, Camberwell, London 1886

    St. Leonards Streatham Lodge

    from London to Province of Surrey 12th February 1969. Warrant endorsed. Meeting Places Shrubbery High Road, Streatham, London, England 1917 Saint Leonard’s Schools, Streatham, London, England 1920 Ardington Rooms, Clapham Junction, London, England 1948 Queen’s Hotel, Church Road, Upper Norwood,

    Streatham Lodge

    1947 Grosvenor Hotel, Victoria, London, England 1932 Northumberland Rooms, Northumberland Street, London, England 1930 Hotel Cecil, Strand, London, England 1921 De Keyser’s Royal Hotel, Victoria Embankment, London, England 1907 Streatham Hall, Streatham, London, England 1898 Meeting place not known 1917

 

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