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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Protestant nonconformity: Places of worship

    attenders. 36 The worshippers moved to a newly-built chapel in Ford Street in 1889 , where a congregation of about 30 was reported in 1913 . 37 The Ford Street building was designed by H. W. Chataway, and was built

    Fordham Church

    57 A free chapel worth 12 d . a year, dis- solved by 1549 , possibly the chapel in Ford Street , Aldham , was perhaps connected with the Holy Trinity guild dissolved by 1552 . 58 In 1544 disputes

    Parishes Braughing

    at which earthenware was one of the commodities sold. To the south The Street is continued as Ford Street . Ford Street Farm is a 17th-century building, altered in the 18th century, of timber and plaster, the latter being decorated

    The City of Coventry List of streets Street plan in 1923

    Ford Street *, more or less parallel to Far Gosford Street . It appears to have been an ancient lane 9 and to correspond with a lane marked in 1748 -9 which would have continued as Lower Ford Street .

    Fordham Economic history

    1 and in the 17th century had fulling stocks. In the 18th century it belonged to the miller at Ford Street mill in Aldham . It was described as a corn mill in 1777 and rebuilt c . 1780. 2

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    g R I S 1P I 7 5, S~AWLS, MERINOS, &C.- JI;:t'FFIt8S.and'CilCli' (late Roh'arts 'and-Plewmdn) Silkc-mercers to' the, s I respectfully acquaint the Nobility and Gentry they have com- pleted 'aS." Sgans 'vatl'#ty of' Ili' above articles, in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thrown into great consternation bv the explosion of two steam-boilers at Messrs Ring and Vicars's sugar-house, the bottom of Ford street, Vauniall road. Such was the force of the explosion that it carried away the whole roof of the building, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    caused the fire; and on comparing his shoes with the foot-marks in the snow, which were distinctly traced from Ford street to the fire, from thence to the cottage where the prisoner resided, they were found to correspmij exactly. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proportionate prices. All kindof re-plationg done by the p aun~t proceso. RIPPN Deand BUR- TON. 12 WiLLS STREET, O FORD STREET .-De sl- Coa loguml witho Flgrovisgao cito; (per peat) fre,-.iloksn d189 TIE WESTMINSTER REVE T E Ne. LXXXII, is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    extent, purcoasers are invited to call and inspect it. The meney returned for every article not approved of-39 OX. FORD STREET corner of Newman street), and No. I and No. 2 NEWMAN STREET, LONDON, Established in Wells street, 1 SI. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, September 1692, 11-20, 01 September 1692-30 September 1692

    Corner, Mr. Norris upon Snow Hill, Mr. Brumidge in the Strand, Mr. Malthus in Pall Mall, Mr. Dickenson in Ford Street, near Bethlem, and Mr. Cox in St. Lawrence Lane, Cheapside. Reference Book VI, p. 423. Treasury order to the

    Index, L, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    912, 2009. Fig Tree Court, 2013. Fleet Street, 64, 66, 69, 123, 159, 280, 333, 603, 1370, 1442, 1569. Ford Street, 1820. Fresh Wharf, 130, 249, 458, 569, 603, 974, 1472. Friday Street, 129, 458, 461, 973. Furnivall's Inn, 1173,


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