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Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court
to whom the building of Warwick Square was entrusted were Joseph and Thomas Brindley ... to this speculation, the Brindleys were in reality large-scale entrepreneurs with many ... Kensington the Brindleys...
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 5, East Cuttlestone Hundred
now known as Brindley Heath 1 formed the ancient parish. Rugeley is bounded ... is 2,879 acres and of Brindley Heath, which includes much of Cannock Chase, ... in Brindley Heath. The Trent and...
Survey of London Monograph 17, County Hall
electroliers for the Council Chamber. Farmer & Brindley Ltd of Westminster
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, Addenda 1660-1685
relating to Farmer, Edward, letter from Lady Mary, certificate of assessment ... of charge delivered to them Ferguson, Hannah ( formerly Hannah Brindley), wife of Robert part of letter from letters to ( as Hannah...
Princes Gate and Ennismore Gardens: The Kingston House Estate, Development by Peter and Alexander Thorn, 1868-74
Survey of London: Volume 45, Knightsbridge
under the superintendence of Alfred Waterhouse, with stone carving by Farmer & Brindley
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: James I, 1619-23
Derbyshire. Jas. Brindley, a recusant, told him religion would alter, ... and that the Irish would join against him. Brindley said, if the match failed, there would be war. July 7. 9. Examination of Jas. ...
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 3, the University of Oxford
by Messrs. Mills and Holt, two sculptors of the firm of Farmer and Brindley ... Farmer and Brindley executed the carving and marble work. 87 Work commenced
Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area
c Brindley, William 170 see also Farmer and Brindley c Brindley and Foster 229, ... c Farmer and Brindley 153, 170, 212, 241, 354 c Faulkner, C...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
and is distinguished for its dairies; the population consists chiefly of farmers ... at the principal entrance into the village, is now occupied by Mr. John Brindley