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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Ham Education

    West Ham Education EDUCATION. West Ham 's first parish school was opened in 1723 . During the following years public elementary education was provided mainly by the churches until 1871, when a school board, one of the earliest in

    West Ham Manors and estates

    West Ham Manors and estates MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. In 1066 the manor of Ham , which comprised 8 hides and 30 a. and lay wholly or mainly in West Ham , was held by Alestan. In 1086 it

    West Ham Domestic buildings

    West Ham Domestic buildings DOMESTIC BUILDINGS. 1 A survey of Plaistow ward carried out in 1742 lists 152 houses, of which 119 appear from descriptions to have been timberframed and 33 of brick. 2 Thirty-four are described as old,

    West Ham Introduction WEST HAM (SOUTH) AND EAST HAM (SOUTH), 1965

    West Ham Introduction WEST HAM Growth, p. 44. Domestic Buildings, p. 50. Rivers, Bridges , Wharfs, and Docks , p. 57. Transport and Postal Services, p. 61. Worthies, p. 64. Entertainments, Sports, and Pastimes, p. 65. Manors and Other

    West Ham Churches

    West Ham Churches CHURCHES. During the Middle Ages the parish of All Saints included the whole of West Ham except the precincts of Stratford Abbey , which constituted a separate parish of about 24 a., with its own church

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. The, "oresters' annual fdte, at the Crystal Palace, on Monday, was attludlmd by about 25,000 persons. . - I'A snake a yard and a quuirtcr long was killed in a central thoroughfare at Eastboirne on Monday .: Dr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I PARLIAWNTARY N OTES. | Honsy OF Co0ries,.Thursday Night. PtARIAMENT is playing with its time, iuet.b as a , spensdthriff gambler i3 reputed to have done with his. last ben-pound note. "Let us eat, drink, and be womrry, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHOIOTiNG OUTRAGE IN A COURT. A JUDGE SERIOUSLY WOUNDED. THE ASSAILANT IN CUSTODY. The Press Association says-His Honour Judge Parry, sitting at Manchester County Court yester- d a'y, was the victim of a terrible outrage. His first business was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I GAME LISTS* COUNTY OF SUFFOLK. FirTp^f^ XTAMES of PERSONS who have obtained GAME 11 CERTIFICATES foa the Year, 1U47. LIST 1. General Game Certificates, at £4. 0.--. 10«f. Abbott John, Frainlingham Cross Henry, Hemley Abbott Wiiliara, Upton Cross Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SALES BY AUCTION. Important Sale of a portion of the exoellent Household Furniture, Glass, China, and Earthenware, Pianoforte, Carriages, Harness, Horse, Colt, Poultry, Produoe,' Implements of Husbandry, and other Effecta at HIGGIXS FIELD, CHOLMONDELEY, about three and a half Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    West Ham

    West Ham WESTHAM. Situation, and boundaries . This parish lies in the hundred of Becontree; and is bounded on the east by Eastham; on the north by Wansted and Leyton; on the west by the river Lea, which separates

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