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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hayes Education

    Hayes Education EDUCATION. In 1819 there were five fee-paying day schools in Hayes , together containing about 130 children, and two Sunday schools with 80 children. 84 A large school house in Hayes , unoccupied in 1829 , 85

    Hayes Protestant nonconformity

    Hayes Protestant nonconformity PROTESTANT NONCONFORMITY. In 1672 a house was licensed for Presbyterian worship. 40 Little further is known of dissenting activity in Hayes until 1831, when there was said to be a place of worship for Independents. 41

    Middle division Benningholme

    Middle division Benningholme BENNINGHOLME The half a dozen, dispersed farmhouses and cottages of Benningholme mostly stand on the higher ground, overlooking the valley of Lambwath stream, c . 3 km. NNW. of Swine village. Granges of Swine priory were

    Parishes Northington

    Parishes Northington NORTHINGTON Northametone (x cent.); Northampton and Nuthampton (xiii cent.); Nonehampton and Northampton (xiv cent.); Northington and Norrington (xviii cent.). The parish of Northington , which was incorporated for ecclesiastical purposes with the neighbouring parish of Swarraton in

    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism

    Leyton Roman Catholicism, Nonconformity and Judaism ROMAN CATHOLICISM. In the late 16th and early 17th centuries Roman Catholicism was upheld in Leyton by the family of Thomas More ( 1531-1606 ), grandson of Sir Thomas More . 1 He

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACING NOTE S. - to i. The Sanidown Park meeting, wririh commences toamorrOW, den gpromises to be a delided success, for there will heb large attend- to t anco oftire professionalis, said it thre ;veather Ils afine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. 1.41 F~JII OAKS IIACES.-YESTERDAY. rots The weather was dull, withr occasional showers, On else opening ir. Ho alternoon of the Four Oat's mecting; but tire Attenedance was, 11.13, 10eerhees, aL good onen in every (lapartmenet, us the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,$Vatilig ',A? Dtts. '11C past has been an interesting week's sport, inasmuch as it has brought out Beadsman, Fitz Poland, Eclipse, and Sedbury, to say niothing of Fi.lhernian and Ignoramiius, and those popular juveniles Mlusjid, Niinrod, Ariadne, Sir Hercules, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. RACMNG FIXTURES FOR 1860. -JUNE. Odiha ....... tobrde .... 21 Newastl ...... 2 ]averley .... 20 Winchester .... 22 Ipawich ... 28 Bibury Club .... 20 I Chelmwfird .... 26 I Lenham ... 20 Nowmarket 3 ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NOTES. * THE PAST RACING SEASON.-No.- 3. To the EDIrom of the DAILY PoSr. Sir,-It was not until the month of.JuNH had fairly commenced that we had the wretched weaUther in earnest, for which the past racing season- Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G

    Index G G Gabriel , Mr, 390. Gage , Mr [? John Gage, of Raunds, co. Northants ] , 194. Gardiner , Dr. See Gardiner, George. Gardiner , George, former Dean of Norwich, his legacy, 53. Gardiner (Gardner), Sir

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