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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Schools Tottenham Grammar School

    Schools Tottenham Grammar School TOTTENHAM GRAMMAR SCHOOL Claims that Tottenham Grammar School was founded in 1456 by John Drayton , a London goldsmith, still await proof. 61 William Bedwell , Vicar of Tottenham and historian of the parish, 62 writing

    Tottenham Judaism

    Tottenham Judaism JUDAISM. Small meetings were held at a private house in Tottenham Hale until brewers' premises at no. 366 High Road, near the corner of Somerset Road , were occupied by Tottenham Hebrew congregation in 1904 . 21 Members

    Tottenham Social life

    ; F.S.1/ 1497 . Tottenham and its Institutions , 1-23. Robinson , Tottenham , ii. 294-7. Fisk, Tottenham , ii. 194. Robinson , Tottenham , ii. 312. Fisk, Tottenham , ii. 194. See pp. 361-2. Fisk, Tottenham , ii. 195.

    Tottenham Public services

    Robinson , Tottenham , i. 5, 8, 11. 'Pub. Health in Tottenham , 1850-72 ', 8. Except where otherwise stated, the foll. two paras. are based on 'Pub. Health in Tottenham , 1850-72 ' and 'Urban Growth in Tottenham ,

    Tottenham Charities for the poor

    (P.C.C. 139 Savile). Oldfield and Dyson, Hist. Tottenham , 15-29. Robinson , Tottenham , ii. 266. Roe, op. cit. 118. Henningham's daughter Margaret married Jasper Phesaunt : Prob. 11/27 (P.C.C. 13 Dyngeley). Fisk, Tottenham , ii. 125. Robinson , op.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, July 1678, 01 July 1678-31 July 1678

    seal for discharge of the baronet fee of 1,095 l . due to the King from William Dyer, of Tottenham, co. Midd. (Warrant hereon to the Receipt accordingly dated Sept. 10: followed by subscription dated 1679, April 28, by the

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 4 March 1659, 04 March 1659-04 March 1659

    the great Abuse and Violation of the Privileges of Parliament, in assaulting of Major-General Packer in the common Highway near Tottenham , as he was going homewards to his own House, lately committed by him. Mr. Wroth , standing at

    Tottenham

    Tottenham wood, spoken of things impossible, or not likely to be effected 181 ." See p. 503. Bedwell's History of Tottenham, p. 1 04. edit. 1717. There are two hundred and ninety-three acres of marsh land. Bedwell's History of

    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 11, January 1562, 01 January 1562-31 January 1562

    the Bishop of London. I have committed to the Gatehouse this confessor, who served at Newington under Mr. Patten by Tottenham. Pray send for and examine Sir John Hill, to come to the speech of the third tale-teller. [1 page. Subscribers-only content

    Errata

    " 89, No. 78, for Charles Harris, read Christopher. " 169, No. 19, for Totenenham, as place of date, read Tottenham. " 184, No. 40, for Geo. Earl of Castlehaven, read Mervyn. " 253, No. 12, for Marquis of Worcester, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FEIRIONYDD. Yr ydym newydd glywed fod y Toryaid, mown cyfarfod a gynhaliwyd ynNolgellau, ddydd Mercher, wedi penderfynu dyfod a'r Milwriad Tottenham, a Bias Berwyn, fol ymeisydd am y gynrychiolaeth. Mothw~yd a chael gana Mr. Wynn, Rhug, sefyll. Mae y Rhyddfrydwyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N. C. Jones, Penrhyi. Parch. fi John Jones, periglor Abermaw, &c. Yn oebr y Tory- e aid, gwelsom y Milwriad Tottenham; W. G. Oakley, C Ysw.; yr Anrhydeddus C. H. Wynne; H. T. Richard- ] son, Yaw.- J. W. Greaves, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nghof I wc neb sydd yn fyw. CORWEN. Yn nghwr dwyreiniol y sir bernid fod gan y Milwr- 1 iad Tottenham a'i blaid gymaint o ddylanwad lleol ag i s sicrbau mwyafrif da o'i blaid. Gwnaeth yr" A.nrhyd- llai eddus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn Sir Feirionydd. Ond derbyniais wahoddiad oddiwrth aelod olbwyll- gor y Milwriad Tottenham i fod yn bresenol mewn cyfarfod yn Ffestiniog. Tra yn dymuno llwyddiant y Milwriad Tottenham gwrthodais fyned i'r cyfarfod. Yr unig gais arall a wnaed o barth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn y Bala, yn adeg yr etholiad. Yn yr M anerchiad dywedant eu bod wedi pleidleisio. dros e y Milwriad TOTTENHAM, "fel rhydd-ewyllysgar i- yddion." Druain o'r tenantiaid, a druan o Syr WiTKIN, os ydyw yn credu hyny! Cy- r Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 December 1724, 1 December 1724

    the Cuftody or Poffeffion of the faid Four Publishers thereof, be forthwith reftored to them. Btftenham, A Petition of James Tottenham Printer, in Cuftody beetoo"gk'to0 of the Gentleman Ufher of the Black Rod, for printing the Bar. the teforementioned Book, Subscribers-only content

    6 February 1730, 6 February 1731

    Bill, for Sale of an Eftate, in the" Alfo, the Anfwer of George Downes Gentleman, to pari(hes of Edmonton and Tottenham, in the County of the Appeal of John Baynes Efquire, Serjeant at Law, Middlefex, to difcharge the feveral Incumbrances Subscribers-only content

    16 March 1730, 16 March 1731

    theEftate of Lucy Bowry Widow and " John Bowry her Son, fituate in the Parifhes of Edmon- " ton and Tottenham, in the County of Middl'x, for the " Sale thereof, to difcharge the feveral Incumbrances " thereupon; and for Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1730, 17 March 1731

    the Eftate of -Lacy Bowry Widow " and Joä/z Bowry her Son, iituate in the Pariflies of " Edmonton and Tottenham, in the County of Middlefex, " for the Sale thereof, to difcharge the feveral Incum- " brances thereupon; and Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1731, 6 April 1731

    EPcate of Lucy Bowry Widow, and " John Bowry her Son, fituate in the Parifhes of Ednion- *' ton and Tottenham, in the County of Middlcfex, for " the Sale thereof, to difcharge the feveral Incum- " brances thereupon, and Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 31 The Cities Entertainment of King Charles I.

    the City) with Javelins and Feathers , and Four Trumpeters, rode as far as Stamford Hill , between Newington and Tottenham , (where they lay the Night before.) Who, after they had done their respective Duties, and kissed their Majest

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. London Stone.

    3. 1689 . And his Daughter Elizabeth , 1691 . And Hester his other Daughter, married to Hugh Smithson of Tottenham , Esq; dying in Childbed, 1698 . Upon a Pillar near the Gallery, a Monument for Michael Godfrey ,

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

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    John Williams, Theft, 15/01/1707

    of the Parish of Tottenham , was indicted for stealing a black Gelding belonging to William Clifton , on the 7th of Oct. last. The Prosecutor deposed, that enquiring of the Prisoner for the Gelding, the Prisoner said he could

    Robert Griffith, Theft, 10/01/1718

    , of Tottenham , was indicted for feloniously stealing 5 Heifers value 7 l.10 s. the Property of Elizabeth and William Teton the 31st of December last. It appeared that the Beast were stolen out of the Prosecutors Ground, and

    Ann Simpson, Theft, 12/07/1721

    , of Tottenham , was indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Holland Shirts value 4 s. the Goods of Ralph Skinson , and 2 Butten Cloths value 1st the Goods of Susannah Calvert on the 16th of this Instant July .

    Susannah Low, Theft, 17/10/1727

    Low of Tottenham was indicted for stealing a Skreen value 4 s. a Washing-tub, two Wastcoats, eighteen Caps, a Mantle, and Several other Pieces of Child-bed Linnen on the 1 st. of September, 1726 , the Goods of John Owen

    John Cobbs, Theft, 01/05/1728

    , of Tottenham , was again indicted for stealing a Bay Gelding, Price 5 l. on the 25th of December last, the Property of Thomas Ayliff . The Prosecutor depos'd, That his Horse being lost from Grass about Christmas last,

 

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