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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The ancient borough White Friars

    Friars . Bow Bridge joins White Friars to the west bank of the Soar. This bridge is first mentioned in about 1600, but probably existed already in the 14th century. 16 Until the 19th century Bow Bridge was a stone

    The city of Durham Rivers, bridges and mills

    Bow Bridge in the 15th century, 7 which has now completely disappeared. The approach to it on the Bailey side was by Bow Lane , and on the Elvet side by Water Lane . Below the site of Bow Bridge

    West Ham Rivers, bridges, wharfs and docks STRATFORD c . 1930

    third Bow Bridge had already become inadequate. A new one was discussed, but not built. 43 In 1967, however, the Greater London council built a flyover to carry east-west traffic above the bridge. 44 Queen Maud 's Bow Bridge was

    The ancient borough Bromkinsthorpe

    to Bow Bridge , which crosses a subsidiary channel of the river to link the island with Bromkinsthorpe. The West Bridge is mentioned in 1325 , though it probably already existed in the 12th century. 49 Bow Bridge existed by

    West Ham Markets and fairs, marshes and forest

    In 1563 West Ham was under the jurisdiction of a court of sewers whose area extended from Mucking to Bow Bridge . 23 West Ham level was then divided into six marshes. Trinity marsh (348 a.) adjoined East Ham .

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 24 CHELSEA COLLEGE.

    Bridge, in or near the Parish of Hackney , in the County of Middlesex , and the Bridge called Bow Bridge at Stratford Bow in the Parish of Stepney in the said County, (as by the said Provost and Fellows,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    141, Church Street; Bishoggate Street, Mr. H. Cox, 16, Union Street; Blackheath Hill, Mr. Taylor's Depot, 3, May's Buildings; Bow Bridge, Mr. Coverley; Breotford. Mr. Norbury, Post Office; Broad Street, St. Giles', Mr. Drake, corner of Middle Row; Cheapide, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hundreds of houses and several factories were invaded. The flood waters rose rapidly at the West Bridge and the Bow Bridge, and about 3 am. an alarm was raised that the waters were bursting their banks. The inhabitants, to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evening, a very serious fire broke out in the facbory of Blessrs. A. Turner and Co., elastic fabric manufacturers, Bow Bridge Worlas, Leicester, which has resulted in the total destruction of that building. The factory in question, which, together with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at CoDnty COUrt, Biaminghssm. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. Billam, Busrm aindlrost Matthews, Birmingham, dentiIts -lArchlbald Turner and Wlt~am Watth Clarkons, Bow Bridge, te cesterehlre, elastlo web mnunsfacturere.-.lch.rd Welln.ton nT I Joseph Wellingtonr,Oloucester, paper mero.nts.-Wn. B!,erratb .Cope and' Charles llottrgu Ccx, E4Ieney Subscribers-only content

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    features are so sharply defined. Descending to the buicks of the Tih sne, the Aymestry linestone was reached at Bow Bridge, and numcrous Pentameri were obtained, but at this potit the weather, uwiol had been threatening all day, became deci(ledly Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    HC.CP.1597/12 Reference:HC.CP.1597/12 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:High Commission Case:Violation of church rights (assault) Details:8 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 17/10/1596 - 25/5/1597 People & Places Participant: Thomas Bankes [Banks; Bankes] Role: plaintiff Details: male; clerk;


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