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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Romford Religious history

    Romford Religious history CHURCHES. The chapel of Romford was first mentioned in 1177 , when the pope confirmed it to Hornchurch priory along with the church of Havering i.e. St. Andrew , Hornchurch , and other possessions previously granted

    Havering-atte-Bower Churches, schools and charities

    Havering-atte-Bower Churches, schools and charities CHURCHES. The earliest references to the 'church of Havering' concern St. Andrew's , Hornchurch , which is treated elsewhere. 1 From the 13th century onwards, however, there were also, in Havering village, two chapels

    Romford Introduction ROMFORD c. 1865 HAVERING-ATTE-BOWER, ROMFORD , HAROLD WOOD , AND HAROLD HILL 1975

    Romford Introduction ROMFORD Manors and other Estates, p. 64. Economic History, p. 72. Early Mills, p. 74. Market, Fair, and Corn Exchange , p. 75. Forest, p. 76. Local Government, p. 76. Public Services, p. 79. Parliamentary Represencation, p.

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government ECONOMIC HISTORY. 1 In 1086 the manor of Havering, rated at 10 hides, included the whole of Havering, Romford , and Hornchurch , which in the 19th century comprised 16,100 a. 2 In

    Romford Local government LONDON BOROUGH OF HAVERING 1965

    Romford Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. The manorial government of Romford is treated above. 1 Romford , like Havering, was originally a chapelry of Hornchurch . By the 16th century Romford chapel vestry was virtually independent for civil purposes, governing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _baks ba[ RuMOn. .1E0. T 1 N K B B and 5 0 N, y. F. A. L, AUCITIONEERS. VALUEflS&I (Estab~L~hed 1843S.) C'ffise: 7ict, 2. 7%EW-SflutV. UfUfDDltSFlELD U PMMA itY 0]? SA L XS. -c rh 2i.--Cana Bots Coinncsi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LOCAL NOTES AND QUERIES NunzXBEz 698. ,,SYHALL AND SIXTY BEACOt.. Mr. J. . Claphun suplios the folowing account of an excursio to Leevy Hail and Beesy Beacon, in whioh nember. and friends of the Bradlord Historical dd tiquaa ociety Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fjarliaiticntarn ISrocrrtJingo. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, July 14, The Limerick Corporation Bill was read a third time, and passed; as also was the Irish Churches' Bill, without a division Tuesday, July 15. The following Bills were read a third Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    METHODIST NEW CONNEXION CONFERENCE AT HANLEY. Yesterday was the last day of the 1874 Conference and the business was got through by two o'clock. T ; 3 final reading of the stations gave the Halifax district the following ministers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OBSERVATORY Thf. Town Mission: Orrcx Air Services. - The eonclnd" ing address (the 10th) of the present season was delivered in front of the Manor Hall, on Sunday last, by the Rev. 11. Sim, minister of the Scotch Church. Subscribers-only content

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