|Author:||Brian Leslie Thorne|
|Publisher:||St Matthew's Church, Ashford (September 1998)|
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Hackney was a parish in the historic county of Middlesex. The parish church of St John-at-Hackney was built in 1789, replacing the nearby former 16th-century parish church dedicated to St Augustine (pulled down in 1798)
Hackney was a parish in the historic county of Middlesex. The parish church of St John-at-Hackney was built in 1789, replacing the nearby former 16th-century parish church dedicated to St Augustine (pulled down in 1798). The original tower of that church was retained to hold the bells until the new church could be strengthened; the bells were finally removed to the new St John's in 1854. See details of other, more modern, churches within the original parish boundaries below.
ASHFORD, in Domesday Exeforde, and later Echeleforde, is a small village and parish, with a station .
ASHFORD, in Domesday Exeforde, and later Echeleforde, is a small village and parish, with a station half a mile north from the village on the Windsor branch of the London and South Western railway, 17 miles from London, 1 ½ north-east from Staines, 5 north-east from Chertsey and 9 south from Uxbridge, in the Uxbridge division of the county, Staines division. of Spelthorne hundred, Staines union and petty sessional division, Chertsey county court district, and in the rural deanery of Hampton, archdeaconry of Middlesex and diocese of London.
St George in the East is a former civil parish, mirrored by a continuing (extant) Church of England parish and narrower conservation area in Shadwell, in London, England. It is traditionally north of Wapping in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Its name has dropped out of most general use however is shown on many 21st century maps. The church, crypts and second floor outreach mission is open and holds regular services, as well as community organising and social justice campaigns.
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Ashford is a town and suburb of London almost entirely in the Surrey borough of.St Hilda's was initially a conventual district of St Matthew's parish, but is now a separate ecclesiastical parish
Ashford is a town and suburb of London almost entirely in the Surrey borough of Spelthorne, but with a small part in the London Borough of Hounslow, England. Mostly residential, Ashford is 13 1⁄2 miles (22 km) WSW of Charing Cross, London, forms part of the London commuter belt, with a minor stop on the Waterloo to Reading Line. Ashford appears on the Middlesex Domesday map as Exeforde, held by Robert, Count of Mortain. St Hilda's was initially a conventual district of St Matthew's parish, but is now a separate ecclesiastical parish. The easternmost parts of Ashford Common are in the parish of St Saviour's, Sunbury. St Michael's Roman Catholic church.
The present parish church of St Matthew was built in 1858 with financial assistance from the well-constructed neo-gothic Welsh School (in its later years, St David's School (defunct), occupied since 2010 by the senior school of St. James Independent School), north of the railway. James Independent School), north of the railway station. The rebuilt main structure (pictured in the header) kept older internal monuments and the south arch is 12th century.
Metropolitan parishes to County of London. Following the Local Government Act 1888, the remaining county came under the control of Middlesex County Council except for the parish of Monken Hadley, which became part of Hertfordshire. The area of responsibility of the Lord Lieutenant of Middlesex was reduced accordingly. Middlesex did not contain any county boroughs, so the county and administrative county (the area of county council control) were identical.
Ashford (Middlesex) 1935 book. Features include St Matthew's church, Ecclesfield Convent, Old Ford Farm, golf course, many orchards etc. A commercial dir Middlesex Sheet 2. 4 Ashford (Middx) 1935 - published 2012; intro by Tony Painter. Lists with This Book.