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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Major buildings The Rows

    1990s there were also trace s of early gallery openings in party walls at nos. 48 Bridge Street and 6 Lower Bridge Street , both at some distance from the Cross. 4 Watergate Row South in later 18th century Origin

    Stretton Education

    Sunday school, all of them established since 1818. 4 A National school at the corner of Church Road and Bridge Street was opened in 1842 and managed by a parish committee. In 1855, when there were 44 boys and 38

    Economic infrastructure and institutions Markets

    34 Butter, poultry, and cheese, however, continued to be sold in Bridge Street in 1741 . 35 Cheese was an increasingly important commodity, sold in both Bridge Street and Northgate Street by the later 18th century. 36 In 1758 there

    Topography 900- 1914 Early medieval, 900- 1230

    natural, continue Bridge Street but deviated slightly to the east. The legionary baths, much of which remained until their clearance in the 1960s , prevented the development of streets leading off the east side of Bridge Street and the south

    Topography 900- 1914 Later medieval, 1230-1550 Chester , 1580

    basis for the administrative divisions of the city. 7 The north-south axis, comprising Northgate Street , Bridge Street , and Lower Bridge Street , intersected with that running east-west, Eastgate Street and Watergate Street , in the area in front

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Welland Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 679 Lodge Number (1832): 441 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Talbot Inn, Bridge Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire 1816

    no name is given

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Lapsed: Notes (1): Last entry Dec. 1755. Notes (2): The List in Ahiman Rezon 1804 gives this number both at "The Cock, Warrington," and "Royal Artillery," Quebec. Meeting Places The Cock, Bridge Street, Warrington, Lancashire 1755

    Prince of Wales' Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1863): 1980 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Now No. 102 on Reg. of G.L. of New South Wales. Meeting Places Eaton's Hotel, Bridge Street, Muswellbrook (Durham), New South Wales, Australia 1882

    no name is given

    Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Spread Eagle, Bridge Street, Wisbech, Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire 1761

    Tow Law Lodge

    or Constitution: 1908 Warrant of Constitution: 21st December 1908. Consecrated 27th March 1909 Warrant of Centenary: 27th March 2009 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 27th March 2009 Numeration 1894 onwards: 3349 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Bridge Street, Tow Law, Durham, England 1908

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ryw eraill, yn Weinidogion a Lleygwyr. . 1 Anfoner pob orders yn ddioed i'r Cyhoeddwr, Mr. J. Davies, Bridge Street, Carnarvon. tiltM 65"Atkon.: 3 "J. B. W."-Gofalwn am dalu sylw priodol i'ch cais. Diolch am yr awgryn yn niwedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cru-hywel.; ynghydalg amn- yw erafi', yn Weinidogion a Licy-s~yr. Anfoner pob orders yn ddioed Pr Cyhoeddwr, IE. J. Davies, Bridge Street, Carnarvon. ,At Rtir Xlit b w n. B. Prydain.i.-11ae y Ilinellau yn arddangos graddau o adlu a chwaeth idta; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y GAUAF! Y GAUAF! MAE'r gwabanol ddosbarthiadau yn awr wedieu 1Lcyfienwi a phob math o nwyddau drapery tuagat y tymor presenal o'r flwyddyn, pa rai, o ran ainrywiaeth ac iselder y prisiau sydd yn sier o roddi boddlonrwydd i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MESSRS. OWEN E ' SON, On Saturday the 27th November, 1869, at No. 21, Bridge Street, Oarnarvon. HE STOCK IN 'TRADE of the late Owen Griffith, )1 deceased, Saddler, &c 1 SALE TO COMMENCE AT 11 A.M. For further particulars Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ YGAUVAF!Y GAUAF! MA E'r gwabanol ddosbartbiadau yn awr wedi en 1cyfenwi a phob math o nwyddau drapery tuagat y tymor presen)l o'r fIwyddyn, pa rai, o ran amrywiaeth ac iselder y prisiau sydd yn sier o roddi boddlonrwydd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 11 Bridge Ward within. St. Magnus.

    and beginneth at the Stulps on the South end by Southwark , runneth along the Bridge, and North up Bridge Street , commonly called (of the Fish Market ) New Fish Street : From Fish Street Hill , up Grass

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Stocks Market.

    by Hamond Chickwell , Maior, that none should sell Fish or Flesh out of the Markets appointed, to wit, Bridge Street , Eastcheap , Old Fish Street , S. Nicolas Shambles, and the said Stocks, on pain to forfeit such

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 7 Henry VI (1428-9)

    or Mokkyng (Thomas de), clerk, son of Thomas de Mockyng, late fishmonger. Testament touching his lands and tenements in Bridge Street in the City of London. To Master Henry Mersshton, the rector, and churchwardens of the church of S. Magnus

    Appendix, Account of the Reynwell Estate, 1565-66

    of St Botolph Billingsgate charged in the rental of the general lands in the title of Tower Street and Bridge Street, 1.0s.0d. c. [f.205 ] To Agnes Kelley widow for quitrent out of Holy Rood Alley near Billingsgate sometime paid

    Index of subjects

    159 Galles (in St Antholin), 26 Goat, 20 Half Moon, Bishopsgate without, 12 Key, Coleman Street, 32 King's Head, Bridge Street, 24 Lion (in the Barbican), 63 Master Mownslowe's Place (in St Bride), 107 Master Poksatte's Place (in St Bride),

    Index, U, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    Simon, weighing porter, Newcastle port, 1138. -, Thomas, weighing porter, Newcastle port, 930. Usk , co. Monmouth, messuage in Bridge Street, 470. Ustwick (Ustick, Usticke), Henry, grant to, of Recusants' forfeitures, 1796. -, Richard, collector, Bideford, 1749 collector, Penzance, 159.

    Index, Persons and places

    328, 372, 397 St. Magnus the Martyr (Bridge Street, London Bridge), parish of, 18, 96, 109, 148, 164, 324, 395; parson and church- wardens of, 96; churchyard of, 109 St. Margaret Bridge Street (Fish Street Hill, Pudding Lane) , parish

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RYEBREAD, Hugh (d.1414), of London.

    evidently disposed of these premises by the time of his death, perhaps to raise money for the shop in Bridge Street, which he and his trustees acquired in December 1406. According to the lay subsidy returns of 1412, Ryebread’s London

    PERNEYS, John (d.1434), of London.

    settled upon his widow, Joan, lay in the parishes of St. Martin Outwich, St. Benedict Fink and St. Margaret, Bridge Street. He already owned premises in the last of these parishes when, in December 1429, Robert Ramsey of Essex leased

    PROPHET, John II (d.1416), of London.

    no evidence that he himself laid claim to the premises. Nor does it look as if the shop in Bridge Street which he and his associates settled on Hugh Ryebread* in December 1406, or the numerous premises held by him

    SHORT, Hugh, of London.

    held all or part of the original title. He also acted as a feoffee of Hugh Ryebread’s* premises in Bridge Street at some point in the 1390s, but no other references to any similar transactions are known to have survived.[footnote]

    PARKER, Thomas (1667-1732), of Bridge Street, Derby, and Essex Street, London

    (1667-1732), of Bridge Street, Derby, and Essex Street, London Constituency Dates Derby 1705 11 Mar. 1710 Ofifces Held Recorder of Derby 1696–?1706; custos rot. Worcs. Oct.–Dec. 1718, Worcs. ?1719; high steward of Stafford 1724–6, Henley-on-Thames ?–d. Ofifces Held QC and

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

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    TRANS.CP.1700/2

    Chester : city Cuppings Lane (Cuppingslane) : street name Location: Cheshire Place(s): Chester : city Gloverstone (Gloverstone) : urban area Location: Stokesay (Shropshire) Place(s): Stokesay (Stokesey) : undefined Location: Cheshire Place(s): Chester : undefined Bridge Street (Bridgstreet) : street name

    CP.H.3026

    city Place(s): Chester : city Bridge Street(Bridge Street) : street name Participant: Stephen Dalby [Dalby] Role: witness Details: male; 27 Location: Chester (Cestrias) : city Place(s): Chester : city Bridge Street(Bridge Street) : street name Participant: John Plum

    TEST.CP.1837/4

    the testator Participant: Frances Worsley [Worsley] Role: testator Details: female; Spinster Location: York, St John (micklegate) (Yorkshire) Place(s): Bridge Street(Bridge Street) : street name Hovingham (YorkshireNorthRiding) Hovingham Hall (Hovingham Hall) : habitation Former residenceYork (York) : city Former residenceYork

    TRANS.CP.1851/1

    proctor Details: male Employment: Proctor Location: Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): King Street (King Street) : street name In Bacup.Bridge Street (Bridge Street) : street name In BacupTemple Court (Temple Court) : undefined In Bacup Spring Mill (Spring Mill) : undefined Described

    TEST.CP.1847/10

    Miles Marr [Marr] Role: witness Details: male; 47 Employment: Victualler Location: Kingston Upon Hull, Holy Trinity (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bridge Street(Bridge Street) : street name Participant: Charlotte Lushby [Lushby] Role: witness Details: female; 49; Wife of John Lushby Employment: Washerwoman

 

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