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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cheshunt

    same road is the hamlet of Turnford , where there are the large nursery gardens at Turnford Hall and elsewhere. A farmhouse beside the railway stands on the site of the Cheshunt or Turnford Nunnery, of which nothing now remains

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T

    from, 240. Tulke , John, 263. Tumber , Ric., 140. Tunbridge (Tonbridge), Kent, priory suppressed by Wolsey, 1277. Tunford. See Turnford. Tunis , kingdom of, 7 (p. 6), 179 (p. 78). Tunis , Muley Alhazen king of, 7 (p. 6).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DEEP BORING FORl WATER.-The New River a Company have been for some time past sinking a deep w well at Turnford, near Obesbhunt, in Hertfordshire. in a search of the water of the lower greensaud. The work u has been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    feet of ] I ghtss; which pretty well oovers 7.1 acres of land. On the other hand, the PRoahfords, of Turnford, have astill larger area, while their houses, if placed end to end, i WvOnld reach eightamiles In length-tbese same Subscribers-only content

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    EorELS Miss H. ~Gilbxerat, Miss enwdO~rthy, Miss Martindale, and M~rs. Macemarara.-And A PRACTICAL fAN.5-Doors open at 6l. A.E.._T. Worreall, A.Bdaord, Turnford, and Ba unya.Lbrd; Mine. Ceet Miss PAIGFIRST FCIDDE r FollowST myE8/ TllALedr Msrs NEW} STR ATOND.NBUD1 Tes EueoOTHE 'ICAR Subscribers-only content

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    Mrs. E. nescltine, of a sol]. JACXSON.-Juua 4, at Turnford, Cheshunt, the wifc of T. Jae6Eon, Esgq, of a son. PLOWDEN.-June 3, atBoulogic-oeur-Mer, the wifeef W. Plowdjn, Esq., of a eon and heir. IOWNALL.-fune 4, at Waverley-place, St. John'sEwood, Mrs. Subscribers-only content

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    of a daughter. HARGRAVE.-August 21, at Hyde-Tale, Greenwlcb, the wife of J.P. Hargrave, Esq., of a son. JACKSON.-August 19, at Turnford. Eerts, the wife of T. Jackeon, Ffqi., of a daughter. NORTO.-Auguet 20, at Monnmoutb.road, Westbourne grove, the ,wi'e of Subscribers-only content

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

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    Ordinary's Account, 09/10/1732

    , which was given to the Printer, the Morning of his Execution. I WAS Born January 13, 1707 , at Turnford , in the Parish of Cheshunt , of worthy, honest Parents; my Father being exceedingly fond of me, took

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