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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ruislip Protestant nonconformity

    A Methodist congregation at Eastcote , formed about 1825 by Dr. Clarke , met in the house now called ' Sunnyside ' until his death in 1832 . In 1848 the first Methodist chapel, seating about 100 people, was built

    Hampstead St. John's Wood

    at the junction of Avenue Road and Adelaide Road . 45 Immediately south of the blind school a large house, Sunnyside (later St. Columba's hospital), with a Greek Doric porch, was built by 1862 and possibly in 1847 . 46

    Parishes Northchurch or Berkhampstead St Mary

    here, built in 1905 . Old Cottages, Northchurch The hamlet of Dudswell lies to the north of the main road. Sunnyside and Broadway , other hamlets, lie to the south-east. In the former of these is Millfield , belonging to

    Townships Higher Booths

    Free Methodists have Providence Chapel ( 1871 ) at Love Clough . The Baptists have churches at Goodshaw and at Sunnyside in Crawshaw Booth 36 ; the former of these goes back to 1747 and the latter to 1847. A

    Parishes Finchampstead

    Manor . Several residences have been built in recent years. Finchampstead Place has superseded an old house known as ' Sunnyside ' or 'the Hatches,' a new rectory was built by the Rev. Edward St. John , and another in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    98ain mlwydd oed. MlANsBBiDGE.-Masi 8fed, yn 27ain mlwydd oed. Hr. Ho- ratio Prideaux Mantabridge (ail fab Mr. Charles Mans- bridge, Sunnyside, Lianelwy), Windsor Mills, Qaebec, Canada. OWEN.-Ar yr 21ain cyfisol, yr 41ain mlwydd oed, Mr. Robert Owen, Qleenas Row, Dolgellau, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Flatcatcier, 6 to I agst Mvajor Pitt's Fern, - to I spar Lard Clifden'Laadlstns, to Is I apst air iHargrcares' Sunnyside (t.), 10 to I sarrt air Pa) e's Gisald r (I.) . I0 ta I spat Sir Grevillss Rosslyn. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have taken its place. She has remained unmarried, still faithful where she had loved first; and is become mistress of Sunnyside. Her brother has succeeded- to the kirk and manse ef Pasturelands, and, his children; boys- and girls, are growing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INLAND REVENIE, old Broad astreet.-Jan. 12, 1850. U URSIUANT to the directions of the Statutes I and 2 William IV , c. 22, and 6 and 7 Vie, c. 86 respectively, NOTICE is hereby given, that on the days Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hill, Hilboirn.-W. Pitcioer, Perloore, Worcestersolire. cori dealer. [Motteranemiml Co, ltriminglcam.-Pl Toole, otherwise OToole, Liverpool, provi- sion dealer [Norris, Liverpool.-E. hall, Sunnyside, Salford, Lancashire, smrallware manufacturer. [Sale and Co., Hlanchester. Dividelende.-January 24, T. Williams, Epsoes, Serrity, draper-January 24, F. I. Fowell, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    Extraordinary from. See Serainchamp, Baron de. Lothian , Earl of. See Kerr, Robert, Earl of Lothian. Loudoun , William, of Sunnyside, memorial of protection to Lough Neagh , line of communication across, to be maintained hay carried away by flood Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    I. g. 981 (5). Sond , the. See Sound. Sondes . See Sandes. Sonnynghill . See Sunninghill. Sonnyside . See Sunnyside. Soothill . See Sothill. Sophi (Sophy), the, or Shah of Persia, I. 545. Sophia , in Turkey, I. 673

    Charles II, August 1680, 01 August 1680-31 August 1680

    p . 141. ] Aug. 14. Windsor Castle. Memorial of a protection in the ordinary form to William Loudoun of Sunnyside for 3 years. [ Ibid . ] Aug. 14. Lisburn. Sir George Rawdon to the Earl of Conway. Sam. Subscribers-only content


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