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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Coventry Crafts and industries: Medieval industry and trade

    St. John 's Bridges , West Orchard , Gosford Street Brewer 1 Butchers 27 Great and Little Butcheries, West Orchard , Well Street , Cross Cheaping, New Street Chandlers 7 Smithford Street, West Orchard , Great Butchery Cooks 7 St.

    The City of Coventry Charities for the poor

    to church repairs. WEST ORCHARD ALMSHOUSES. In 1638 the corporation covenanted with John Clarke , the alderman of Cross Cheaping ward, for payment of £8, that the tenants then occupying two small tenements in West Orchard , which had formerly

    Parishes Stone

    of St. Cleres Manor in Stone to Sir Anthony Lee and John Croke . 78 The other half-fee called WEST ORCHARD was held under the Munchesneys by the family of Cloville in the 13th century. In 1234 William de Cloville

    The City of Coventry Protestant nonconformity: Places of worship

    LANE, FOLESHILL . See Foleshill Road , Foleshill . THE CHESILS, STIVICHALL West Orchard Congregational Chapel, a temporary building, was opened in 1947 63 to replace West Orchard chapel, destroyed by bombing in the Second World War. In 1952 a

    The City of Coventry List of streets Street plan in 1923

    . ARCHDEACONS LANE. See Vicar Lane. BABLAKE STREET (constructed 1927-31 ) 11 ran S. from Corporation Street * to West Orchard *. It has ceased to exist as a result of the reconstruction of the area after the Second World

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price, L, 3 al ot. 015 rief G0-TROUGHS Waented, ehearn; lossg, wsthi division bams preferrd PI -Address, (bR1, 57, West Orchard, Coventry. .4c66 TJ TRBWYCLE.-Tailor us-uld be tIed to Exchsanse Clothing aced Pea T Cash for good Malibine.-Addrelis. 425. Daily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his ministry amongst them. The rev, gentleman had been invited to succeed the late Rev. B. H. Deif, at West Orchard Congregational Church, Coventry. Ma. TRACA TuNnEL xLLi.-Mr. Tracy Turnerelli says that he has found "a task in which Liberals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rent collector. TuOarAS FOSTSr, residing at Tinsley Lane, Poleshlll, near Coventry, and carrying on business at 4, Britannla Buildings, West Orchard, Coventry, trading as T. Foaster and Co., as dealer and salesmen of seving machines. BENJAMIN WYNS, 36, Poland Place. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Station. Carlton near .Nottiniiain .LARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD C MIXTURE. v1eARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD t ~~~~~MJXTUltE. NLARKE; S WYORLD-'rAMED B3LOOD hlMIXTURE. .West Orchard, Coventry, January 6, 1883. It is with pleasure I write to inform you of my corn. plate oure. I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    near Nottnhl:aln _in CLARKEE'S WORLDFAMDIED BLOOD I NIa\RKs-E'SI MIXTURE. BLOOD CLA m1 WORLD-FAIN1) BLO t ~~~~~~~~MIxTU-KE. CLARKE'S 'WORnD-FAMED BLOOD "West Orchard, Coventry, nuary 6,1l8E. = "It ia with pleasure I write to inform ynu O my oem- A plies core. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    fruits with Castles to defend them, which places were called East Orchard and West Orchard, the great Castle of Saint Athan and the Castle of West orchard were destroyed by Ifor Petit, 18 but East orchard still remains and was

    Index, S

    (xxii). St. Amand. See Seyntamaund. St. Andrews [Fife ] , archbishop of. See Stewart, J. St. Athan , Glam., West Orchard manor in, 906. St. Cross , Seynt Cross [in Winchester ] , Hants, 303. St. Davids [Pemb. ] , Subscribers-only content

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