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Directly south was the important hamlet of Bridges (Brugges, Bregges), which extended along the river bank into Wandsworth as far as the Wandle, which was crossed by a bridge maintained by the Abbot of Westminster, lord of the manor of Battersea and Wandsworth. 7) Through this hamlet flowed a stream, possibly the Falcon, (fn.
8) which emptied itself into the Thames near the modern Belmont Works, and was crossed in the 16th century by a wooden bridge. 9) York Road, the main way through the hamlet to Wandsworth, evidently owes its name to the Archbishops of York, who had a house and much land in the neighbourhood.
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In Judaism, Elijah's name is invoked at the weekly Havdalah ritual that marks the end of Shabbat, and Elijah is invoked in other Jewish customs, among them the Passover Seder and the brit milah (ritual circumcision).
After his death, Elisha his disciple and most devoted assistant took over his role as leader of this school.
The Book of Malachi prophesies Elijah's return "before the coming of the great and terrible day of Yahweh", making him a harbinger of the Messiah and of the eschaton in various faiths that revere the Hebrew Bible.
The district of Wassingham or Walsingham (mentioned in a charter dated 693 A.
D.) was within the manor of Bridge Court, and possibly in the same neighbourhood. 10) Sir Thomas More had a lease of land there, and after his attainder it was leased by his son-in-law, William Roper of Chelsea. 11) Lands called Rydons or Roydons were also included in More's lease.