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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bucklebury

    , called the Magdalen Chapel , built before the time of Geoffrey Martel . The decay of this chapel is said to have led Martel to build Marlston Chapel, but ruins of a chapel still remained at Chapel Row


    up in 1609 , and then comprised seven cottages under one roof in Nowtegate Lane (now lost, but near Chapel Row ), with 12 poor occupants. 51 It is said to have been built as an assembly-hall for the Haberdashers'

    The borough of Warwick Introduction: the suburbs from c. 1600 Warwick in 1788

    Factory Yard, running parallel to Chapel Street, but a little distance to the east, and joined to it by Chapel Row . Between Factory Yard and Cross Street was a large timber yard. According to Hollar's map, derived at this

    Outlying townships Thearne and Woodmansey Thearne and woodmansey, 1788

    19th century. 56 The dozen houses of Thearne village include five cottages built in 1833 57 and later called Chapel Row . Thearne Hall dates from the 19th century. 58 A small piece of ground north of the village was

    Parishes Cropredy CROPREDY c. 1830

    . For its size the village is well supplied with street names: Station Road, High Street and its continuation Chapel Row or Neal's Row, Creampot or Crumpet Lane which ends at the canal bank, Church Lane , Cheapside or Lion

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Thomas Jones, Graig, Llanfair. MoaGAN-LEMIN.-Ar y 15eg cyfiso], yn Mhwllheli, gan Mr. T. E. Griffith, Mr. Thomas Morgan, Chapel Row, Abersoch, a Miss Mary Eliza Lemin,, o'r un lie. OwEN-Ellis.-Ar yr 21ain eyfisol, drwy drwydded, yn Mhwllheli, gan Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nmelyn, Llandderfel, yn cynyg; Robert E. Jones, Henblas, yn cefnogi; a'r enwau caul nol sn dilyn :-John Owen, 5, Chapel Row; William Edwards, Fronheulog Lodge; Charles Jones, Llandderfel ; Robert Edwards, Trefalgar Street, Llandderfel; John Jones, Shop isa', Llandderfel; Robert Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are in re] adjacent rows, and in both instances the persona infected ari had used the water from the Chapel Row puminp." Dr. wh ,Thursfield goes on to say that all the houses infected had ese i used this vater, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neme of " Nelson." 01172F I0ND, October 30. a Broireeand-wblte Bol.-Tenerl DiTCH;. 5. wght aboutlftil.Owe nhashrbpgngoens Apuly. Mr. Lewis, Chapel Row, Cooktsy. o 0112 at FJOUCND, October 11. a Broewn Suhl 'errlee DC1 f o lamd l. a the ee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Smith Street district, comprising Bridge Hnd, Banbary Road, Bread Street, Cherry Street. Coton End, Coventry Road. Croes Street, Chapel Row, Chapel Street, Faotory Yacd, Gerraed Street, Guy Street, Guy's Cliff, Heathoote, MUl Street, Myton, Oil Mill Lane, rackmores, Paradise Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Old Bailey Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 1783

    this Informant Master Hillier of Chapel Row Kentish Town ) and a Handkerchief and coarse Apron the Property of this Informant, and now produced, were feloniously Stolen in her said Master Garden in Chapel Row aforesaid And the said William

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