Originally published: London: Simpson, 1861.
|Statement||by B.J. Armstrong.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
Stanmore Book and Post. 23 likes. We are a community book and post shop, run by a group of friendly volunteers. Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm b Stanmore RoadFollowers: Stanmore, Little, a parish, consisting of one-half of Edgware, in Middlesex. The church is half a mile NNW of Edgware station on the G.N.R. Post town and money order and telegraph office, Edgware. Acreage, ; population, Location: Little Stanmore, Middlesex. In , John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales described Little Stanmore like this: STANMORE (Little), a parish, with part of Elstree village, in Hendon district, Middlesex; 1¼ mile NNW of Edgware r. station. Stanmore Middlesex Past and Present. has 1, members. Come and discover the village of Great Stanmore in the county of Middlesex. It is renowned for.
The register book of marriages belonging to the parish of St. George, Hanover square, in the county of Middlesex by St. George's Church (Westminster, London, England); Chapman, John Henry, ; Armytage, George J. (George John), Sir, George Frideric was a German born Baroque composer, who in became house composer at Cannons in Little Stanmore. It was during his time in Stanmore that he composed some of his most performed work, such as ‘Acis and Galatea’, and it is said it was here during a thunderstorm he sheltered from the rain in an old smithy and listening to the hammer . These other websites provide geo-referenced information covering Little Stanmore: The GENUKI church database aims to include all parish churches that existed in , plus some others. The most detailed entries include photographs and detailed descriptions, as well as information about parish registers. Great Stanmore (fn. 1) was a parish of 1, a. in (fn. 2) It was roughly the shape of an elongated rectangle, running from north-north-west to south-south-east, and the village at its centre lay some 10 miles from London. (fn. 3) Stanmore was divided before the Conquest into estates foreshadowing the later parishes of Great and Little.