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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Perivale Churches

    Perivale Churches CHURCHES. No church or priest at Perivale is mentioned in Domesday Book, but a document of 1203, which refers to Perivale as East Greenford , mentions a church near the Brent . 81 In the mid 13th

    Perivale Introduction

    Perivale Introduction PERIVALE The Ancient parish of Perivale or Little Greenford 1 lay to the north of Ealing in the extreme east of Elthorne hundred. 2 It had the shape of an irregular rectangle measuring approximately one mile from

    The hundred of Gore THE HUNDRED OF GORE

    The hundred of Gore THE HUNDRED OF GORE The hundred of Gore lies north of the River Brent on the Hertfordshire boundary of Middlesex . Bisected by Watling Street , it is bounded by Elthorne hundred on the west

    The hundred of Elthorne THE HUNDRED OF ELTHORNE

    The hundred of Elthorne THE HUNDRED OF ELTHORNE The hundred of Elthorne lies in the north-west corner of the county, adjacent to Spelthorne and Gore hundreds on the north and west. In 1881 it covered 36,297 acres. 1 The

    Greenford Manors

    Greenford Manors MANORS. Westminster Abbey held land in GREENFORD before the Norman Conquest . Between 1051 and 1066 Edward the Confessor confirmed to the abbey the gift by one Ailric of some land in Greenford . 58 Edward also

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANElOUS. FATAL ATTEMrT OF A LUNATrIc TO E-CAPE FROM HANWELL ASYLU-ii.-Mr. G. S. Brent, the coroner, instituted an enquiry at the Hanwell Lunatic Asylum on Wednesday afternoon, as to the circumstances that led to the death of Henry Todd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The next election of an ALR.A, is appointed for Friday, ithe 3th instant. I Arr ogle is spoken of as the most likely successor of Dr. Farr at the Registrar-General's Office. Arrangements have been made for linilding a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CUBLIC PANUOMSgE1= EVE'T Iorr~r nd ltusrstr 2o'clonlr, and EvzzY "GOODY TWO SliO~ES'," lrppsrre by3n INY ITUA 3miss Sara Bery? 3Odess& Rtan. dlFiheir,- and A4.leri Thomas~ and ve77 Powertu Z500patiy., ~ogOffceIt illa.Letersan wus adrsse t Mr. Sirpopnis pRINE O WAES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A WEEK'S TRABNCE: EXTRAORDINARY CASE OF CATALEPSY. Another extraordinary case of catalepsy has occurred. This time the victim is a girl named Parkins, aged 20, who resides in fled Lion Yard, High Street, Brentford., She left her home on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Noie f application to ipariament. M~IDLAN'D RAILWAY (BARNSLEY to KIRK- X8URTON).- (Railway from Barnsley to Kirkhurton; Uice of THrlerefleld Etation Traffic Arraffementflt Additiona3l Capital; Ar endment of Acte - and other PuprJOOes.) NOTICE to hereby given, that aPPlication is Subscribers-only content

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