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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 11 The River LEE, or LEY.

    Low Leyton on the East, (a Village which hath its Name from thence) and so to Temple Mill , Old Ford , and Statford Le Bow , and at length loseth it self in the Thames . The City from

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. St. Dunstans Stepney, Antiquities thereof

    also within this Parish built in Spittle Fields , Mile End , and Bethnal Green , Bow , and Old Ford . In Bethnal Green , I read of a fair House built in Queen Elizabeths Reign by one John

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    at Bow , Poplar , North-street , Limehouse , Ratcliff , Cleve-street, Brock-street , Mile-end , Bleten-hall Green , Old Ford , Westheth, Kingsland , Shakelwel, Newington-street alias Hackney-street , Clopton , Church-street , Well-street , Humbarton, Grove-street , Gunston-street,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gEI! Mrs. D. C. Davies, St. tGeorge's Sqtire; Mrs. ca .Morgan, Newcastle Street; M~rs. Lewis, Borongh; Mre. 11 HEughes, Old Ford; Miss DL. J. Edwards, Saftesbury ra St.; Mrls. Jones, Virginia Boad ; Mrs. R~es, Siepney, 27i M lrs. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Kiogf latto ngarden. G. Sharp, Postern row, Tower hill, jeweller. Solicitor, Mr Reeves, Ely place, Holborn. Xl. Peck, Old Ford, Bow, corn-factor. Solicitors, Messrs. Ashley and Goodman, Tokeuhbose yard. A. and M. Brown, Hull, straw-hut-monufacturero. Solicitors, Messrs Jones a,,d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    between nine and ten o'clock, a part of the ex- tensive premises of Messrs Collopp and Co. eloth-dyers, at Old Ford, were discovered to be on fire: an alarrmi was given, when a powerful engine, which was always kept in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on; lelial- aetd Lucifer, and all qIe nieknames which old Nick we call.-E. LrOYD, ARNO'TT'S ELE15ENTS--A Correspondent (S., of Old Ford) makes the follonwing observations on some strictures on Dr Arnott's Elements, con- tained in a recent Examiner:-" Too much Subscribers-only content

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    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesdaly, August 4. W7lil11au, dug. 1.-The King has been pleased to appoint William Gregson, Esq. to be Writer of the London Gazette, in the room of Stephen Rolleston, Esq. deceased. INSOLVENTS. R. English, Bath, cabinet Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARLOW, Richard (d.1420/1), of London.

    family estate; but his manor of Old Ford or ‘Marlawe’s’ and other property in Stepney, Middlesex, are more likely to have been bought out of the profits of trade. Certain water-meadows at Old Ford were in his hands by November

    CHICHELE, Robert (d.1439), of London.

    his executors), acquiring through her extensive property in four other city parishes, as well as farmland in Stepney and Old Ford, Middlesex. By 1436 his annual revenues from land in both London and the country exceeded £80, although it is

    FRANCIS, Sir Adam (d.1417), of London and Edmonton, Mdx.

    comprised the manor of Eyworth in Bedfordshire and land in Southwark (together worth £22 a year) and property in Old Ford, Middlesex.[footnote]Francis chiefly resided on the manor of Edmonton, and although he played an active part in local government in

    VANNER, Henry (d.1395), of London.

    added nearby estates at ‘Gronelond Lewelond’ in Beckenham to his rapidly increasing rent-roll. Vanner’s other holdings included land at Old Ford in Middlesex and the manors of Lewisham and East Greenwich in Kent, which he and two others leased in

    BYNG, George (1764-1847), of Wrotham Park and 5 St. James's Square, Mdx.

    and select vestries, but came in unopposed with his new colleague Hume.[footnote] That summer he added the manor of Old Ford, purchased from Thomas Allen of Finchley, to his Wrotham Park estate.[footnote] One of the Wellington ministry"s "foes", Byng presented

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    John Bourn, John Richmond, Theft, 14/05/1719

    on the 7th of April last. It appeared that the Prosecutor lost his Anchor out of his Boat at Old Ford , which he said was cut to pieces and workt up; but the Evidence not being sufficient to fix

    James Brown, Theft, 28/08/1741

    goods of the said Bennil , June the 18th . John Bennil . I live in the parish of Old Ford . On the 18th of June last, my house was broke open, between the hours of 11 at night

    David Spence, John Carlow, Theft, 17/10/1764

    prosecutors , September 23 . + Joseph Crane , ju n. I am in partnership with my father, at Old Ford : we are scarlet dyers . On Sunday, the 23d of September, at night, our warehouse was broke open,

    Edward Wood, Theft, 07/09/1768

    of Charles Napper , July 24 . ++ Richard Bowering . Mr. Charles Napper is a linen printer at Old Ford , the prisoner worked for him sixteen months ago; about six weeks ago I was alarmed by one of


    calico printer, I was servant to Mr. Smith of Old Ford; on Tuesday night the 8th of January, Hoy, Briggs, and I were together at the White Horse, Old Ford, and we consulted how we should rob Mr. Smith's ground;


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