2 edition of History of Queenhithe ward. found in the catalog.
History of Queenhithe ward.
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||449 l., plates :|
|Number of Pages||449|
The ward covers the area of the City that is closest to the Tower. Letter book, autobiography and antiquarian notes, Thomas Henry Hallcitizen and feltmaker of London, antecedents and descendants. Ms See also Richard Marples d. Candlewick is a small ward, one of the 25 ancient wards in the City of London. He is the author of more than eighty historical mysteries including the Hugh Corbett, Mathilde of Westminster and Canterbury Tales medieval mystery series.
Strange lights seared the night sky above the King's own city of London. This masonry will be associated with the use of the dock during the medieval period and these remains are included in the scheduling. Personal and estate papers. Circa — circa Archived from the original on 4 July Full catalogue entries will be found in our online catalogue www.
Deeds of property mainly in the City of London, Essex and Hackney in Middlesex, with some related papers. Hither vast numbers of these vessels came laden with corn, as the west country barges do now with malt and meal, this being the great meal market of the city. Reminiscences of his experiences during the First World War. He is found acting as Alderman of the Ward on May 8, [H.
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Silas Marner, The lifted veil, Brother Jacob, Clerical life.
Bookbindings and rubbings of bindings in the Victoria and Albert museum
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Pacific salmon and the high seas salmon fisheries of Japan
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Music publishing in the British Isles
man who told his love
Strange days indeed
Directory of Community Legislation in Force and Other Acts of the Community Institutions
Integrated Coastal Management Law
The Saxon quayside was situated to the south of the Roman quay and was formed by a build up of the ground surface behind a line of timber revetments. See also Section 22 i. Personal, business and estate papers of Sir John and his family.
The Master and Wardens are supported on the Court by Assistants, who are drawn from the senior members of the Livery.
Correspondence and other family papers. Two charters, written in AD and ADmake references to the harbour and market of Queenhithe, indicating that both were established by AD However, Chadwick describes a second ground of square yards in 'Trinity Lane' - almost certainly this was the ground of Holy Trinity the Less described below.
Archived from the original on 4 July Daniell and Co, East India merchants and agents - see Section 22 i. Store-yard for old iron, behind the tower.
From this which is the north boundary line, several lanes run southward to Thames-street, which crosses the ward from east to west; and from Thames-street again several other lanes run down to the respective wharfs along the river side.
Letter book concerning his property in the Old Bailey. Shaa was Alderman of Bread Street from till his death. Michael de Cornhithe; which may lead us to another origin of the name by which we at present call that wharf, and this church from its situation near it.
Bell-ringing records. Candlewick is a small ward, one of the 25 ancient wards in the City of London. Private notebook. Commonplace books. The siting of the Saxon harbour is thought to have been greatly influenced by the existing Roman or post-Roman topographic features which were present here.
Personal investments ledger. On the south side of Old Fish-street, at the corner of Labour-in-vain hill, stands the parish church of St. Mary Somerset, or as Stow conjectures it, St.History.
London had seven churches named after the Archangel Michael in the Middle Ages, of which five were rebuilt after the Great Fire. Queenhithe is still the name of the ward which the church was located in, and a dock on the Thames near to the church.
The earliest reference to the church is as St Michael Aedredeshuda in the 12th century (Aethelredhyth being an earlier name for Queenhithe). Full text of "History of the ward of Walbrook in the city of London: together with an account of the aldermen of the ward and of the two remaining churches, S.
Stephen, Walbrook, & S. Swithin, London Stone, with their rectors" See other formats. the History and Antiquities of London, Westminster, Southwark, and Parts Adjacent.
Cordwainer is a small, almost rectangular-shaped ward in the City of London. It is named after the cordwainers, the professional shoemakers who historically lived and worked in this particular area of London; there is a Livery Company for the trade — the Worshipful Company of Cordwainers. The ward i.
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tavern master, mine host, and owner of the Devil's Oak, close to the Thames in Queenhithe ward. The tavern 5/5(2).
Media in category "Ward of Queenhithe" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 atlasbowling.comge designation: scheduled monument.