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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

    Tottenham Manors

    Tottenham Manors MANORS. Waltheof, son of Siward of Northumbria , held Tottenham , probably from 1065 when he became earl of Huntingdon on the banishment of Tostig. 82 In 1086, ten years after Waltheof's execution, Tottenham was held by

    Tottenham Growth before 1850

    Tottenham Growth before 1850 Growth Before 1850. An Anglo-Saxon settlement, otherwise unrecorded, is indicated by the reference to Tottenham , `Totta's ham' , 4 in Domesday Book. 5 Presumably it bordered the Roman road, the medieval Tottenham street ,


    Tottenham Growth after 1850 Growth after 1850. The arrival of the Northern and Eastern railway in 1840 did not markedly improve communications with London , nor did new centres of population arise around the first stations, east of Tottenham

    Tottenham Education

    Tottenham Education EDUCATION. 27 A schoolmaster was recorded from 1580 28 until 1599 and another in 1615 . 29 William Bedwell noted, as hearsay, that property at Page Green had been given to maintain a free school, which may

  • * British History Online * *

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    Tottenham TOTTENHAM. Name . This place in ancient records is called Toteham, and Totham. Ham signifies a dwelling; the meaning of Tot or Tote, which occurs very frequently in the names of many parishes in various parts of the

    Index, B

    Index B B Baas , Base [in Broxbourne ] , Herts, 628. Babam , William, grocer, of London, 826. Babraham , Babram [Cambs ] , church, sermons in, 770 (vii). Babyngton , William, 895. Bachecrofte (Bathecroft), Simon, gent., 807. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d g rbbau gqnl. Yn Mwrdd Ysgol Llundain, ddydd Mercher di- weddaf, darIlenwyd Ilythyr a anfonwyd at y Cyngor Addysg gan un o r enw Mr. J. J. Booth, yn cwyno fod y Bwrdd yn agor ysgolion yn agos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAST WEEK BUT ONE. THEATRE ROYAL, COVENT GARDEN.-On W13DNESDAY rnext, March *6, A Grand Performance of ANCIENT and MODERN MUSIC, under the Direction of Mr 14. R. Bishop. Part 1. To con- sist entirely of a Selection (the first Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R U R Y LAN E.-Tomorrow, Der Freiscbiitz. The Lottery Ticket. And- The Knights of the Cross.-Tuesday, The Merry Wives of Windsor. Deaf as a Post. And All the World's a Stage.-Thrursday, Arta. xerxeps. And other Entertainments. COVENT GARDEN.-Tomorrow, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THEATRE ROYAL, ENGLISH OPERA OTuSE, ST Nsi.Di-Tr MATHEWS AT HOME Daster Morodry. ThrUrsday and Saturday, with an eiitirely new Enteitainment, entitled The 110MX 01RCUiT; or London Gleanings. Part I. A ilonropologiie, to introduce the DEAD ALIVE, entitled I AflEW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAST FOUR WEEKS!, 3ENGLISHj OPERA HOUSE, STRAND.-In conseqiuence of applications at the Box Office, and of numerous Letters addreedi to the Theatre, requesting a Bevival of some tf the most popular Eatertainmests of former Seasons, Mr MATHEWS is indueced Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Thrale Place, Surrey, 1792

    Thrale Place, Surrey A large house with a triangular pediment above the front door and rounded wing to right, seen through trees across parkland, with sheep in the foreground and the sun throwing shadows to left; illustration to the

    Bruce Castle, Middlesex, 1795

    Bruce Castle, Middlesex A castle with a lantern above the main entrance and a large battlemented tower on the left with an arcade of arches in it, seen from the straight drive, with a man on a laden donkey

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