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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harrow , including Pinner Protestant nonconformity

    predecessor was closed down. 58 Baptist activity in Alperton dates from 1824, and in 1828 a small chapel to seat 100 was erected in Ealing Road near the site later occupied by Alperton station. In 1851 the chapel was used

    Harrow , including Pinner Education

    Manor , which from 1968 were to take pupils of 13-18. Three schools, Wembley County , Alperton Boys, and Alperton Girls, were amalgamated as Alperton High School. In 1966 Harrow refused to adopt a comprehensive scheme, preferring to develop a

    Perivale Introduction

    in the south-west immediately north and west of the rectory. On the eastern boundary were Manor Farm and Apperton or Alperton Farm to the north. 19 At this time Perivale was said to be 'very secluded'. 20 The only roads

    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    house, stands to the north of Julian Hill . A small freehold estate of 62 a., Woodfield and Roses in Alperton , 76 was held in 1547 77 by John Lyon , grocer of London . 78 It remained with

    West Twyford Introduction

    Brent , possibly those represented by Stonebridge in Willesden and Vicar's bridge a short way west of West Twyford in Alperton . 5 The Paddington branch of the Grand Junction canal was driven across the north-east quarter of West Twyford

  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, A, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    , see Allison. Almer , John, 296 Almond , see Allman. Almshouses , Order concerning, 33 Alnat , see Allnut. Alperton , xix, 216 -, Constable of, 97, 210 Alsop , John, 78 Altham , James, Sir, 103, 351 Althorne

    General Index, A, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    134, 218, 338 Ale-conners , see Philips, Abraham; Theoderick, Henry; and under Offences. Alehouses , see under Offences and Signs. Alperton , 452 Ale-tasters , 284 See also Ale-conners. Alexander , Robert, 348 -, William, 412 Alien jurors , see


    over the common sewer leading from Kentish Town to the parish church of St. Pancrasin-the-Fields, and for William Page of Alperton to be fined for turning a highway and watercourse "out of their places" (p. 216). The inhabitants of Ealing

    Sessions Books, 1705

    constable, of Harrow Weald, Edward Wright, constable of Roxeth, Joseph Swayne, constable of Sudbury, Thomas Goldsmith, constable of Wembley and Alperton, and Richard Constable, of Harrow Town, all in the parish of Harrow, represent that they have each served as

    Sessions, 1615, 13 and 16 January, 03 June 1614-16 January 1615

    Stanmore. Thomas Ewer. Edgware. William Francklyn. Kingsbury. Matthew Hamond. Great Stanmore. John Peeters. The Weald. John Weedon. Pinner. John Bord. Alperton. William Wright. Sudbury. Anthony Dryhurst. Roxeth. John Ashwey. Harrow Hill. Thomas Harris. Names of the Chief Constables of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of investigation at an inquest held on Saturday at Alperton, near Harrow, on the body of W. Avis, a publican. It appeared that the deceased, iwho kept the Chequers plublic-house at Alperton, which is on the Acton side of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was ascertained that an hotel- ce-per at Alperton, a little haislet close by Baling, had shot his wife, and had attempted suicide. The accused's name is Lewis MiUdson, and he is the landlord of the Chequers Hotel. Domestic unhappiness had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, at the Hamimersmith Police Court, with causing the death of Edward Stone by shooting him in the face, at Alperton. Richard MIunday, living at Walmer Street, Marylehone, said that on Sunday morning himself, the prisoner, and deceased went out Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Square, ( Landon. The house got well alight before the fire-engines t arrived. The adjoinaig house, No. 13, and the Alperton r Dairy, No. 1, aWimpole Street. also caught fire. 1. 1. Hardy, an old lady of eighty years of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    larcenies of various classes. lck ExEcuriaNs.-Friday, Thomas Bowler, con- old victed of shooting at- Mr Burrows, his neighbour, or- at Alperton, Middlesex, suffered the dreadful seD- the tence of the law before the Debtor's Door New- d is gate. He Subscribers-only content

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