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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 27 MORDEN College. Ironmongers Hospital.

    of late, out of the Produce and Profits of the said Money, erected and finished, a commodious, decent Building, near Shoreditch , for the Habitation and Residence of the said poor People, both Men and Women, which as they say

    Book 4, Chapter 2 Suburbs. S. Leonards Shoreditch. Monuments.

    Suburbs. S. Leonards Shoreditch . Monuments. SHOREDITCH, NORTON FOLGATE , and CREPPLEGATE WITHOUT Sir Humfrey Starkie , Recorder of London , Baron of the Exchequer. John Gadde, Shereman of London , and Anne his Wife, 1480 . Sir Thomas Seymore,

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 The Circuit Walk. Hackney.

    in Coals 5 16 0 To repair Bridges, Stiles, and Rails , which she had made betwixt Clapton and Shoreditch , if needful; otherwise, to the Churchwardens for other Uses 4 00 0 1618 . Hugh Johnson , sometime

    Book 1, Chapter 12 The River LEE.

    of it to the Country) that there was 2100 Horse numbred by Sir Thomas , in one Morning, travelling between Shoreditch and Enfield . But one Hud, an Inhabitant of Ware , an intelligent Man, and a Dealer in Corn

    Book 5, Chapter 12 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Tallow Chandlers.]

    mingled with unwholsome Dredges, as well within the Liberty of London , as also in St. Katharine's , Whitechappel , Shoreditch , St. John 's, Clerkenwel , and other such like Places, the same being corrupt were un meet to

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals The leper hospital, Southwark

    and stringent. The other three named by Stow were those at Stratford le Bow , at Knightsbridge , and between Shoreditch and Stoke Newington . 7 John Pope , by his will of 1487, gave to this hospital 6 s

    Hospitals Leper hospital of Southwark

    and stringent. The other three named by Stowe were those at Stratford le Bow , at Knightsbridge , and between Shoreditch and Stoke Newington . 7 John Pope , by his will of 1487, gave to this hospital 6 s

    Bethnal Green The West: Shoreditch Side, Spitalfields , and the Nichol The West: principal estates

    within Stepney before the boundary with Shoreditch changed between 1682 and 1703 . 25 In the 1670s c . 30-50 houses were assessed for a district called Shoreditch Side and 47-54 for another entitled Shoreditch Church , which in 1674

    Loughton Parish government and poor relief

    one occasion ( 1720 ) the parish granted £3 to a widow to apprentice her daughter to a cook in Shoreditch . It is doubtful whether the parish owned a poorhouse at this time. In 1722 it was agreed 'that

    Industries Cabinet-making and woodcarving

    Labour of the People in London . 14 The districts comprise Shoreditch , Bethnal Green , Hackney , and the Tower Hamlets . The Curtain Road district in Shoreditch is the chief market of the trade and the centre of

  • * British History Online * *

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    POCK, Mistress

    7 Aug 1629 Entry Edward Stowerfield accused P of giving a medicine to Mrs Wise and Mrs Archer for £5, and to a woman in Shoreditch who had died. Action taken ? Verdict case not completed Number of crimes 3

    ANON of Shoreditch, -

    - ANON of Shoreditch - ANON of Shoreditch Biography Name ANON of Shoreditch Gender Male Period of medical practice 1586-1606 Address Shoreditch 1596 Other notes To be summoned 1 Oct 1596 - 'one in Shoreditch'. Singleton. Censorial hearings 1 Oct

    SLEEP, ?Oliver ?Thomas

    practice 1600-1620 Address Shoreditch 1610 Other notes Failed to appear 1610. ?=Oliver BS d 1626 or ?=Thomas BSC 1609? Known London address Shoreditch Date 1610 Censorial hearings 4 May 1610 Entry A certain man, S, of Shoreditch, failed to appear.

    BARTON, Christopher

    (Son of William Barton of St Botolph's Bishopsgate) Address Shoreditch 1639 Other notes Trouble 1639. Known London address Shoreditch Date 1639 Censorial hearings 2 Aug 1639 Entry B, a weaver of Shoreditch, son of William B of St Botolph Bishopsgate,

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 84, December 1571, 01 December 1571-31 December 1571

    and sirnames of all the strangers, as well denizens, as others, dwelling in St. Catherine's, Shoreditch, Finsbury, Grub-street, St. Giles's in the Fields, and other Hamlets near London, in the County of Middlesex, taken the 20th of December, Anno Reg. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Penarlag, y Swydd Fflint, yr hwn, fel y crsbwyllasom yn ein o rhifyn diweddaf a fu tarw yn ddisymwth yn Shoreditch b ar yr l7eg, cyifisol, y 9fed a'r diweddaf a wisgai y e teitl o farwnig yu un o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fath gabl. draeth. MISs MARTHA EARRIES.-Cynhaliwyd budd- gyngerdd. y contralto. penigamp o, Lanelli, nos Ian diweddaf, yn y Town Hall, Shoreditch. Yr artistes oeddynt - Madame Edith Wynne, Miss Mary Davies, Miss Marian Williams, Miss Lizzie Evans, Miss Marries, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhyfel Ashantee. Vr - nd en LLUNDAIN. [au Cnnhaliodd Miss Martha Harries si chyngerdd y blynyddol yn y Town Hall, Shoreditch, nos Fercher, nn yr 20fed cyfisol. Y mae y gantores addawol hon yn a rawynban cryn boblogrwydd yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parch. D. Ca Davies, M.A., Mr. Johalfforris, 28, )s Wellington St., Islington, & Miss Lizzie Jones, 5, ir Gossett St., Shoreditch (nith Mr. David Edwards, H. Holloway). .ORGAN"SJONES.--Ar yr 28ain cynfisol, trwy drwydded ; yn nghapel-Rhiwbwys (M.C.), gan y Paroh. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'r damwoiniau a5 achoswyd gun hyny yn eithrisdol o liosog. Gwnaed gblanastra dirfawr yn ugorsaf nwyddau y Great Eastern yn Shoreditch dswy i ranan mrnwrion o'r adeiladau eodd ar haner en ewbI- ban gaol eu dNmchwelyd. Yn rhaglunisethol achub- vyd Subscribers-only content

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

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    Sexual Offences, 11/07/1677

    fellow for Buggery of a Mare : The Evidence against him testified that they saw him in the feilds beyond Shoreditch on Sunday the 17th of June amongst the Bricke-kilns drive a white Mare to a small Heap of Bricks,

    Thomas Napton, Theft, 11/12/1678

    Napton of Shoreditch Indicted, for that he, the 3d. Decemb. 1678. 40 yards of Broad-cloath, of the value of 16s. per yard, did steal from one Ralph Walford , and 20 yards more from one Anthrobus . To which he

    Thomas Mountague, Theft, 12/07/1682

    Thomas Mountague was tried for breaking open the Cellar of John Burrough in Shoreditch , and taking away five Pots of Butter , two of which being found about him, he was found Guilty . [Death. See summary. ]

    John Howard, Theft, 12/12/1683

    John Howard , Indicted for going into a Shop in Shoreditch , and Stealing from thence a Box, and Twelve Shillings in Mony , was found Guilty . [Transportation. See summary. ]

    Richard Caborn, Royal Offences, 16/01/1685

    proved against him, that a Gentleman being in search of some plate, and hearing a Silversmith in an Alley, in Shoreditch worked privately, suspected that he might have bought it to melt down, when on the 31th of Dec. after,

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    (1): Cancelled 7 September 1774, for making Masons for 16s. 9d. Notes (2): Permission having been granted, the existing Members of No. 125 (A) joined No. 63 (A) in 1777. Meeting Places Bishop Blaze, Shoreditch, London 1764 [Place unknown] 1773

    St. Leonard Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1766 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Town Hall, Old Street, Shoreditch, London 1878 Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool Street, London 1893

    no name is given

    Is not in Lists in Ahiman Rezon 1804 or 1807, but noted '' London " only, in Ahiman Rezon 1813. Meeting Places Prince of Desau's Head, Chandois Street, St. Martin's Lane, London 1763 Blue Last, Holywell Mount, Shoreditch, London 1769

    Gothic Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Greyhound, Lamb Street, Spitalfields, London 1736 Mermaid Tavern, Hackney, London 1745 Rising Sun, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, London 1746 Rising Sun, Fashion Street, Spitalfields, London 1757 May Bush, Shoreditch, London 1772 Swan, Shoreditch, London 1775

    Marlborough Lodge

    (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places King's Arms, Tower Hill, London 1754 White Hart, Mansel Street, Goodman's Fields, London 1756 Crown, Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, London 1764 Bowl and Pin, Thames Street, London 1770

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVERT, John (d.1589), of Ewhurst, Suss.

    Anne, aged four months. In the second of two inquisitions post mortem, he is shown to have held many small properties in Shoreditch, all of them leased to Londoners; in the feodary’s survey they were valued at £8 in all.[footnote]

    HILTON, Thomas (by 1508-58 or later), of Shoreditch, London.

    1508-58 or later), of Shoreditch, London. Constituency Dates Old Sarum 1529 Ofifces Held Groom, the chamber by 1538-40 or later. Biography Thomas Hilton was probably the son of the William Hulton or Hilton who had been tailor to the King

    NORTHAMPTON, James (d.1409), of London and Shoreditch, Mdx.

    of London and Shoreditch, Mdx. Constituency Dates Middlesex 1402 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Mdx. Nov. 1403. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Mdx. Mar. 1404. Biography Northampton’s chief claim to fame lies in his being the son of one of London’s

    PITFIELD, Alexander (1659-1728), of St. Helen’s, Bishopsgate, London

    in his father’s parish of Shoreditch, in particular the building of a workhouse in Hoxton. He died on 19 Oct. 1728 and, after his body had lain ‘in state’ in Upholders’ Hall, was buried at Shoreditch. His will, drawn up

    PETYT, John (by 1464-1532), of London.

    his house in the city and lands in Shoreditch and Walthamstow. His title to some of this property, moreover, was being contested at the time of his death. The lands in Shoreditch were of the inheritance of his second wife

 

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