2 edition of Local government in St. Marylebone, 1688-1835 found in the catalog.
Local government in St. Marylebone, 1688-1835
F. H. W. Sheppard
|Series||University of London historical studies,, 6, University of London historical studies ;, 6.|
|LC Classifications||JS3711.M3 S5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 326 p.|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||58004901|
The Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone was a Metropolitan borough of the County of London from to It was based directly on the previously existing civil parish of St Marylebone, which was incorporated into the Metropolitan Board of Works area in , retaining a parish vestry, and then became part of the County of London in This detailed local history is written by Erica McDonald and David J Smith and published by City of Westminster Libraries, ISBN Park Road was originally in the London Borough of Marylebone, becoming part of Westminster in when the city merged with the boroughs of Paddington and Marylebone under local government reorganisation.
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Sheppard, Francis, Local government in St Marylebone University of London Athlone Press () Coordinates: 51°31′52″N 0°07′03″W / °N °W /.
Marylebone gets its name from a church dedicated to St Mary, represented by St Marylebone Parish Church (); the original church was built on the bank of a small stream or "bourne", called the Tybourne or Tyburn.
This stream rose further north in what became Swiss Cottage, eventually running along what became Marylebone Lane, which preserves its curve within the grid y: England.
A t the time Sheppard was an assistant keeper of the London Museum (now Museum of London), and a few weeks before he was offered the job at County Hall, he had completed a PhD on local government. F.H.W. Sheppard, Local government in St Marylebone, a study of the vestry and turnpike trust ().
ELECTIONS IN MARYLEBONE 7 10 William Henry Lytton Earle Bulwer (), contested Hertford, ; MP for Wilton, ; MP for Coventry, ; MP for Marylebone.
Book reviewed in this article: MEDIEVAL: ALCUIN AND CHARLEMAGNE: STUDIES IN CAROLINGIAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE which has appeared as volume XXXII of the Cornell Studies in Classical Philology MEDIE. Marylebone.
The result was published as Local Government in St Marylebonepublished Inspired by the Edwardian scholarship of Sidney and Beatrice Webb, it is a most readable and lucid study of English local government.
In the s interest in urban architecture and planning stopped short at the Victorian period. Francis Henry Wollaston Sheppard (10 September – 22 January ) was a historian of London and topographical writer who was responsible for many of the volumes in the Survey of London.
He was described by Andrew Saint as "London's greatest topographical writer since John Stow". Selected publications. Local Government in Marylebone (). Footnotes. 1.F. Sheppard, Local Government in St. Marylebone –,pp. 57–8, 66, –3. of London, vol. XXXIX,pp. 30, (note. Desmond Plummer (Lord Plummer of St Marylebone), who has died a led the Greater London council from to He was a traditional Conservative moderate who had also been a member of.
The Rector of St Marylebone, The Revd Canon Dr Stephen Evans, writes: Following the announcement by Her Majesty’s Government that Church buildings can reopen, providing physical distancing remains in place, St Marylebone is now open for public worship. transcripts of original poll books and Copy of the poll for the election of two knights of the Local government in St Marylebone, ().
8 of the workings of local government. It has to be placed within a political geography of the. The museum director, the archaeologist WF Grimes, suggested that Sheppard should write a doctorate if he wanted to get on and he chose to study the parish records of Marylebone.
The result was Local Government in St Marylebone (). Described as St Marylebone in Westminster Borough. Marriages from to are not included in this database. Partially indexed. ↑ 'Westminster parish records coverage,' Find My Past, accessed 27 March Indexed collection. ↑ London, England, Births and Baptisms, at Ancestry (£).
Described as St Marylebone in. Holy Trinity, St Marylebone, was one of four chapels commissioned to be built in to ease the heavy population demands of what was soon to be one of the most populated parishes in was built in and lay within the civil parish boundaries of St Marylebone.
Sir John Soane R.A. was the architect of this church, built in a Grecian architectural style. Having fallen into disuse by. Prints, water colours and drawings relating to St Marylebone, collected by Arthur Ashbridge, District Surveyor of St Marylebone from to Gardner collection Historic prints, drawings and photographs of Westminster: part of the collection of John Edmund Gardner ( to ) Search our card index in the Archives Searchroom or visit WESTCAT.
In this chapter the focus is on the extent to which local government in the urban communities involved the townspeople at large and revolved around political issues which divided men along partisan lines. –8; and F.H.W. Sheppard, Local Government in St.
Marylebone – (), p. Google Scholar. J.W.F. Hill, Georgian. StMBC Mins Printed Minutes of St Marylebone Borough Council Sheppard F. Sheppard, Local Government in St Marylebone –, Tallis Tallis’s London Street Views, c TNA The National Archives UBD Universal British Directory, –8 V & A Victoria and Albert Museum WCA Westminster City Archives.
The Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone was a Metropolitan borough of the County of London from to It was based directly on the previously existing civil parish of St Marylebone, which was incorporated into the Metropolitan Board of Works area inretaining a parish vestry, and then became part of the County of London in It was that part of the current City of.Founded inSt Marylebone Church of England School is now a multi-faith comprehensive school for girls aged from eleven to eighteen.
The main site is located just behind St Marylebone Parish Church, with the Sixth Form Centre based in another building in nearby Blandford Street.Quoted in 'Local Government in St Marylebone ' by F.H.W. Shepperd, p The Water Company and Fire Fighting.
Untilwhenever a fire broke out, it was necessary to hack up the pavement and break open the pipes to get at the water. An Act of Parliament then ordered that there must be stop-cocks at intervals along the streets so.