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You searched for: Place: "Pye Corner", Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

Found 92 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Gilston

    through the parish, ultimately joining the road from London to Sawbridgeworth . From this road another branches off at Pye Corner , and runs north past the church and Overhall Farm towards the parish of Widford . Gilston is not

    Gloucester , 1835-1985 Topography GLOUCESTER 1900

    company. At the entrance, which the commissioners formed by demolishing a group of cottages projecting into Southgate Street at Pye Corner , 15 the prominent triangular site on the south side was filled in 1849 and 1850 by new offices

    Parishes Somerton Somerton , 1971 Somerton parish (excluding Kingsmoor ), 1806

    Street , so named in 1572 , 59 on which three houses had been built by 1661 ; 60 Pye Corner (by 1700 ), Webber, Warber, or Pollum Lane ( 1656 ); and Pester's Lane (by 1739 ). 61 Somerton


    190, 201-2 Marrimore St., 180 Mill Path La. , 180 Pill Bridge La. ( Langport Way, Moorstreet), 180, 184 Pye Corner , 180 Shire Path La. , 180 West (High) St., 179-80, 182, 194, 201-2 Yard La. , 180 tolsey

  • * British History Online * *

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    The Chamberlain's Account 1584-5, Nos. 1-67

    Ms. Ludgate, then being rebuilt. Near Pye Corner without Newgate? The pages of the contemporary rental for this area are missing but Mrs Haughton held a tenement here in 1608 (CCCLGB, 1, Pye Corner 1608). Illegible word. Most of the

    James II - volume 2, October 1686, 01 October 1686-31 October 1686

    King's Mark on Richardson's Wharf straight up Petty Wales northward to the east end of Tower Street, anciently called Pye Corner, sometime in the tenure of Mary Hopkins and since in several others', but now in the possession of Dr. Subscribers-only content

    Abrahall - Ayray

    289 (5) SP/29/435/101 ARRIS, Edward Ald Bridge Without, 23 Jul-8 Sep 1663, disch, F £300 and 20 marks (1) Pye Corner, 1676, St Sepulchre, 1641 (2) BS, fr by P, M, 1651 (3) b 1591, at St Sepulchre, d 28

    Charles II, March 1683, 01 March 1683-31 March 1683

    Mason, a brewer in Wapping; Capt. Humes, a Scot; Capt. Holloway, Spitalfields, a crownstealer; Capt. Cary, a brewer about Pye Corner, a crownstealer; Capt. Powell and his son in Southwark; Capt. Swetnam, who lived nigh the Fleet; Mr. Jones, that Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, April 1698, 16-30, 16 April 1698-30 April 1698

    4 tenements in Swan Alley , Coleman Street 5 0 tenements in Little Trinity Lane 6 6 tenement in Pye Corner 10 0 "Sun and Three Daggers" against the Church in Cateaton Street 4 0 "Whitelyon" there 4 0 tenements

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yeas of ag)- WOY. S. PIDGIN (Aged 10), 20. Livingstone Road, Birchfield. SECOND PRIZE. MADGE XENDAL PEMBERTON (Aged 7%0 Pye Corner, Broad way, TEIRD PRIZE. OLrvE WELFOBD (Aged 10), 47. Hlagley Road, Edgbaston, EXTRA PRIZE. W!FRED PHILLIPS (Age 10), 217, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    singular design, which once existed at Little Moorlields. Then we have a couple of houses from the neighbourhood of Pye Corner; then a Priory gateway; then the Fountain Inn { from the Minories; then the gable end of the Hall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    laws the bakers in the City could only sell in one place-Bread Street the pastry bakers were restricted to Pye Corner; the cooks to Pudding Lane; and others to particular districts whosd' names still retain their origin. In 1347, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old Clarendon making a call, And stating, in cold, slow, iorbotonous drawl, "Sire, from Pudding-laoe's-end, close by Fshiahnnger'a-Hiall To Pye Corner, in Smithfield, there it not a stall There, in market, or street, not a house gre t or smel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    below, as d well as from Cthe village of iBasisaleg, and Cthe cottigers on the cc Garth and at Pye Corner. Nothing could have exceeded cthe enthusiasm of tie pieople on tltis occasion. i Itt'OttTANT TO 1%AeTTs'rts-8.--DCeiSiQP of Goverttrnmtt~ g Subscribers-only content

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