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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Elizabeth Smith

    Details Elizabeth Smith in religion Elizabeth of St Joseph Born in Cordwell Died 1807 23 Aug in Haggerston father Robert Smith mother Jean Emerson

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stepney Manors and Estates Sir George Philpot 's house in 1615

    Cordwains (originally customary land which had escheated in the 14t h century), which included a ropeworks and new houses in Cordwell and Green Dragon alleys. Both parcels were subject to the 99-year mortgage lease. 53 Seven closes totalling 62 a.,

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    of workho., Cordova Rd. , Cordova works , Cordwainers mead. , in Limehouse , Cordwains , est. in Limehouse , Cordwell alley , in Limehouse , Corfield St. , Corker : Ric., -, Corn Laws , Corner (later Aldgate )

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Goodiean, Starch green, Hammersmith, varni~h maker. [Rivolta, Hart street, Bloomsbury-T. Cook the elder, Froxfield, neaer Peterfldell, Hants, cattle salesmasn. [Cordwell, College hill, City-H. T. Ityde, Gray's inn road, de ler in mining shares. [Wyat, Veralam buildingo, Gray's inn-H. Mdills, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co, Aldermanbury.-G I Maillet, West- bourno grove, Bayswater, corn dealer. [Willoughby and Co, Clifford's inn.-E Wright, UJpton, Iluckisnghlmshire, coewkeeper. [Cordwell, Col- lege hill-S lFrankau, Bishopsgate street Within, importer of mccr- schaum pipes. [Branden, Essex street, Strand.-J J Ridge, Forest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the tenant right of a field of swedes. turnips, carrots, and al cabbages. This crop was boughlt by Ar. J. cordwell, agent 3. to Messrs. Hill, for :£7., and was by him resold to c- the present plaintiff, a miner. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1' 1 LIOWNHILLS.-Two Shops to Let, close to station; suit dlluar . ."1) or any trade. lunniediate laosscssii. - johIn Cordwell, ( - Walsill Wood. 340 - d iUILDERk'S Premises (suitahulis subnrbrar, woitli gioi busiuesos for ( D wife. IRent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which hel had locked up in a cowbonse on the night of the 31st December last. Polico- oficers Bailey and Cordwell deposed that they saw fivemeln walking along the towing-path of the canal, at'Summf IHill bridge, about one o'clock on Subscribers-only content

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