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Survey of London: Volume 19, the Parish of St Pancras Part 2: Old St Pancras and Kentish Town
Grove Terrace XXVIGROVE TERRACE The houses were originally copyhold ... have now been enfranchised and are in individual ownerships. Architectural Description Grove ... but the entries are lacking. Grove...
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 5, 1676-1679
Grove, and Fan Grove, of which said Singleton took a lease in May, 1667,
A Topographical Dictionary of Wales
a ridge of a mountain. Cell, a cell; also a grove. Celli, a grove, a wood, ... places. Cch, red. Coed, a wood. Collwyn, a grove, or coppice of hazel-trees. ... or mountain, or of any other word,...
Survey of London: Volume 17, the Parish of St Pancras Part 1: the Village of Highgate
grate of the Adam period, of duck's-nest pattern enriched with fan ... to the grounds of Lauderdale House and northward to South Grove (excluding Angel ... highway called the Green (South Grove...
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 29, 1714-1715
called Knowle Grove, Fan Grove and Stubbridge Coppice in the parishes ... were before in lease for a term expiring at Michaelmas 1712, to wit Knowle Grove and Fan...
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 6, 1679-1680
824. -, Charles (Fan Grove coppice), 419, 5323. Orchard, Charles,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 2, 1500-1509
in Dacheth, 'Crippes Grove' alias 'Garrard Growe' near Fulmer Pond in Stoke ... Meadowe' now in tenure of Richard Fan and John Jamys, 7 a. meadow in tenure of John Fan, land called 'Spryngoldes'...
A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 4
Grove, 34 but it is doubtful whether a park of this size was made, ... carved chimneypiece remains in the library. Upper Grove House ... at Putney called Lime Grove at the foot of the hill, which...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1665-6
of precautions against Fan-fan, the (ship) Fanshaw, Thos., Viscount, Fanshawe ... Grosse, D., letters of Grove, Capt. Edward Jno. Lieut. John commission