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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Ilford

    early 16th century Aldersbrook manor extended into Wanstead , and it may be suggested that until that time Aldersbrook was appurtenant to the manor of Wanstead . The reference of 1532 shows that an alternative name for Aldersbrook was Naked

    Wanstead Economic history

    saltpan were both probably at Aldersbrook , which until the 16th century was part of Wanstead manor. Millfield , at Aldersbrook , is mentioned in 1535 . 3 The Roding is tidal up to Aldersbrook , but not normally above

    Wanstead Education and charities

    council which in 1908 -11 built an elementary school with manual instruction centre attached and an infants school, all at Aldersbrook . A county technical school built in central Wanstead in 1912 was closed in 1930 . Before the First

    Wanstead Introduction

    boundary between Wanstead and West Ham had been made in 1790 . 5 In the south-east corner of the parish Aldersbrook appears to have been transferred from Wanstead to Little Ilford early in the 16th century. 6 That substantial change

    Wanstead Religious history

    cost was met by the Misses Nutter , who also endowed the living. The church of ST. GABRIEL , Aldersbrook , Aldersbrook Road , originated in 1903 , when an iron building was erected. 49 A separate parish was formed

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 8 A List of the Subscribers.

    Grand, Esq; Edward Lloyd , of the Inner-Temple , Esq;. John Lethiullier, of Aldersbrook in Essex , Esq;, William Lethiullier, Esq;. Charles Longevile, Esq;. Peter le Neve, Esq; Norroy King at Arms. Mr. Thomas Langton , Merchant. Mr. William Lamb

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large quantity of LON DON MAOURtE,=4 EFFECTS. I A R.G R. NOBLE will SELL by AUCTION, at M uponthe Promineeo, Aldersbrook Farm, Little. litord, on TUMS of DAY June. 6, at 11, the farm haveng been oold, all the LIVE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    = S::==r^WAPFHAM, NORFOLK. POTTS* J>, . • ( ) av . May 121b, at the Red Lion Inn, Ot ih e }.?}, \y \j(j Ij. Any Person having lest one, . <i\.\ t particulars of the Watch as will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    village of Stratford, and is continued by Mayland Point. Forest Gate, and Holrafrith House (Mr. Fry's), to the valleys oftbe Aldersbrook and Roding 'The bridge over the Aldersl.ror,!: is done, all but the parapets ; and that ovf r T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ipswich. Moy 6th, at St. Nicholas' Church, Witham, by the Rev. Sey- mour E. Major, Mr. Arthur Bentall Lake, of Aldersbrook, Little Ilford, to Susaunah Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr. John Coote, auctioneer, Witham. May 7th, at St. Pancras* Churcb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ALDERSBROOK FARM, LITTLE ILFORD, ESSEX. VALUABLE Live and Bead Farming Stock AND IMPLEMENTS, HAY AND CLOVER, A Large Quantity of LOX ])OI DUNG, &c. Mr. G. RTNoble Is instructed by Mr. LAKE to SELL BY AUCTION, upon the Premises, Subscribers-only content

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