× and known as the Weaver's Arms; let to the well-known firm of brewers. Dagnall v. Dagnall 3791. 1885: February 21 - "West London Observer" Children of William Thomas Dagnell 37, Page 19. 29 November, 1807 St George in the East, Stepney, London Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Victoria, chapter 35, intituled ''An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees." George G. Flint will Sell by Auction, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, near the Bank of England, E.C., on Monday, Sept. 20, at Two precisely, the highly-valuable FREEHOLD BEERHOUSE, with stabling and premises, situate in Farm-lane, Walham-green. Ref. NOTICE is hereby given, that by an indenture, bearing date the 8th day of November 1842, and made between England(1), and died Previously sponsored memorials or famous memorials will not have this option. - The prosecutor said he employed the prisoner as traveller, but he was not authorised to receive money. RETURN THANKS to their friends and neighbours for their kind assistance at the fire on their premises, Farm Lane, Walham Green, on the 21st inst.
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Elizabeth BENNETT on the 3rd of Nov. 1873, at the Parish Church,
No. Bertha Dagnall was born on April 29, 1897. I will lay the letter before the Board at its next meeting. Lot 10. per annum. B 377". (Was this JT the partner of Tilbury? (1) Catherine Taylor of Frognal Lodge, Hampstead, Middlesex, widow; Peter Alfred Taylor of Aldermanbury, London, MP, and Samuel Courtauld of Gosfield Hall, Essex
Lot 8. ft.: 6d per week; 54 sq. - Edward & George Dagnell (twins) Chr. per week. DAGNALL VILLAGE.
Mary Ann Charlotte Dagnall d. 4Q 1862 (Uxbridge reg.) 4-1(G), Bankruptcy Act, 1888, 1894: November 10 - "Surrey Mirror" Reigate
In 1885 he sold his Epsom business and took the Horley brewery, with a capital of £3,600, mortgaging it for £4,000.
Lizzie is the daughter of Patrick and Elizabeth (Carroll) Brophy. Pursuant to an Act of Parliament made and passed in the 22nd and 23rd years of the reign of Her present Majesty, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property, and to relieve Trustees." for percentage upon barrelage, or, in the alternative, to have an account taken of what was due to him. Lot 51.
this, William lived for a time at 19 Prince St. Ryde.
United Kingdom. The defendant's solicitor asked for costs. was born in 1851(3). 1867, Portsmouth, England(1). 1863 at St. Mary's Church Portsea, Hampshire, England. Freehold premises, Nos.
1881: August - "London Evening Standard"
The freehold premises. Try again later. 319. Contents:
EDWARD DAGNALL, Deceased. We know that Bertha Dagnall had been residing in Berkeley, Alameda County, California 94707. 1808: May 28 - "The London Gazette" no.
Lot 50. Mr. Barr had not wholly taken down the wall, and had refused to do so without compensation. - at one point living with Charles snr. 24580 pg. Freehold premises, Nos. 42; London County Council, 1986), "Further south Smith sold the Earl's Court Road frontage now of Nos. “When I went to Leicestershire (2002), the local station interviewed me as a new player and asked was there anything else I was interested in. About Elizabeth Bennett. [* This was Charles II.
the company, however, had quite insufficient capital, and went into liquidation as stated. 1819 St Mary, Battersea, Surrey
Are you sure that you want to delete this memorial? "From M. E. Prosser, stating that the frontage of 'Trafalgar' laundry, Walham Green, is to be improved by removing the old wood railing for a new stone coping and iron railing, and asking to meet Mr. Bean on the subject. 1803
He said he came to him in July. Was Charles's initial lease on the whole also to 24th March 1902?
ft.: 8d. Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership lately carried on by us, under the firm of Dagnall and Sewell, as Flax and Hemp-Merchants, and Sacking-Manufacurers, at Earl's-Court, Old Brompton, Middlesex, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. The case was adjourned to allow the men an opportunity of desisting from the offence. It is important that we continue to promote these adverts as our local businesses need as much support as possible during these challenging times. I am, sir, your obediently, Alfred C. Bean, Surveyor". Two men named Harry and Charles Knight were summoned for threatening violence to a man in the employ of the complainants.
24844 pg. 1873: April 14 - "Sheffield Daily Telegraph"
Wight, on the 5th of Jan. 1879, in "Common Grave
He (the Official Receiver) remarked that he had had notice that his report would be challenged. 2Q 1846, son of Charles (I.) “It is dreams-come-true stuff, of course, but I’d like to think I’ve worked pretty hard.”, Get involved with the news in your community, This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. 152)
14 January 1781, son of Thomas & Susan, 1807: October 26 - "The London Gazette" - Part 2 - Page 1443. The prisoner gave up the key on the 1st of January last.
1806) (III. The freehold factory and premises in Farm-lane aforesaid, part of which is let on lease to Mr. Walter Dagnall for 21 years, from 25th March, 1880, at the annual rental of £100, determinable by lessee at the end of first 7 or 14 years. Mr. Eardley Wilmot prosecuted, and Mr. Geoghegan appeared for the prisoner.
At the time that the bankrupt sold his business his liabilities were, he stated, under £1,000, and he appeared to have pledged to his creditors a number of the shares which he possessed.
To view a photo in more detail or edit captions for photos you added, click the photo to open the photo viewer. Apply Walter R. Dagnall. Office of the Commissioners of Patents for Inventions. Freehold premises, known as Nos. Walter (I. 101, Walton-street,Chelsea, containing six rooms and washhouse ...
Kuwait too is in the process of enacting similar legislation. In the case of Elizabeth King, it was stated that she was not employed. The kerbing is so bad that carts get on to the path, and cause dammage to his house. The freehold premises, No. The changes at Charles's other Farm Lane properties seem to date from the beginning of the 1890's (according to newspaper adverts). * of Point Pleasant, Wandsworth, for £2,500
Having then a large connection at Redhill, he sold his Epsom business and bought the Horley brewery. WALTER WM. 11.
Aged 21. 919, Dagnall, Charles (Brewer) - Horley Brewery, Horley, Surrey
Yours respectfully, for Dagnell and Tilbury."
Lot 5. Also present - Messrs. Bird, J.P., Stevens, Fitchow, Walmsley, Neale, Betteridge, Morison, Bernard, Crookes, Ayres, Gould, Coxhead, Weaver, Hamilton, Thatcher, Matyear, and Barr. Cooper(1), and uncle,
* Was Ann in fact Mary Ann?
Year should not be greater than current year.
4,6, 13, 14, and 15,' Onnond-row, Smith-street, Chelsea ... a detached villa residence, known as Bridgefield Villa, North-street, Wandsworth ... and eight houses, known as Nos. 33, sec. NOTICE is hereby given, that all creditors and other persons having any claim or demand upon or against the estate of Charles Dagnall, late of Point Pleasant, Wandsworth, in the county of Surrey, and of Walham Green, in the county of Middlesex, Hemp and Flax Merchant (who died on the 30th day of April, 1878, and whose will was proved on the 3rd day of June, 1878, in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, by Mary Ann Dagnall, John Thomas Dagnall, and John Langton, the executors therein named), are hereby required to send to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said executors, full particulars of such claims or demands, on or before the 1st day of October next, at the expiration of which time the said executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said tesator amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice; and they will not afterwards be liable for the assets so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. - Plaintiff entered the service of defendant as manager at a salary of £210, with a percentage per barrel upon the number of barrels sold in excess of 4,500 per annum. 1862 August 29 - "The London Gazette" no. 1, Arthur-street West, London Bridge, E.C., Solicitors; of Messrs. Collins and Wilkinson, of No. - the prosecutor recommended the prisoner to mercy. Walter Radford Dagnall.
He (Mr. Bean) thought it was a pity something was not done to remove the wall. 4 April, 1813 St George in the East, Stepney
New Court - Monday, June the 15th; Fifth Jury, before Mr. PART I. the 26th Jul. Are you sure that you want to remove this flower? Flax and Hemp - Medal. The freehold premises, No. 21935 pg. shop at 57 High Street, Ryde, Isle Of Wight, Hampshire, England(4).
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On the 21st of May, I was in Cripplegale with the cart about four o'clock in the afternoon - I went into Mr. Clark's, a worsted dyer, for about four minutes - as I came out a boy said, "There is a man in your cart with a white smock-frock on, taking something" - I ran to the top of Moor-lane, and saw the prisoner with a parcel in a bag - I said, "They are my sackings" - he said, " No, they are not" - I caught him - he threw them down, and got away - I took up the sackings and sung out, "Police" - a policeman came and took him instantly - these are my master's sackings - they were in the prisoner's bag - he said some man round the corner gave them to him.