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account of the population and number of houses in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.

account of the population and number of houses in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch.

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The IGI records a marriage, five years after Hannah Witham died, between a Thomas Butts and an Ann Cook on 16 May in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. According to the marriage license, Ann Cook was a “spinster” of the parish of St. Leonard and Thomas Butts was a “widower” of the parish of St. Luke, a description which appears. Long before [], Shoreditch, partly perhaps on account of the peculiar suggestiveness of its name, had obtained an unenviable reputation as a low neighbourhood; and 'to die in Shoreditch' was synonymous, in the writings of the wits of Dryden's time, with dying like a prodigate in a sewer, and having hogs for one's nurses.".

  In the 17 th century Norton Folgate was an independent Liberty located between the Bishopsgate Ward of the City of London to the south, the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch to the north and the parish of Spitalfields to the east. The Liberty originally comprised monastic land outside the city gates and by the mid th century comprised Folgate Street (formerly White Lyon Yard or White Lion. The history and antiquities of the parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch, and liberty of Norton Folgate, in the suburbs of London - H Ellis () The history and survey of London and its environs from the earliest period to the present time Vol. 1 - B. Lambert ().

Reg'n district: St Luke; Sub-reg'n district: City Road; Enum Dist: 14; Household schedule number: 5 Garden Row James Ellis, head, mar, 45, boot & shoemaker, born St. Leonard Shoreditch.   The first record I opened with some confidence and excitement was the English Census for the Fuller Family living in the Parish of St Leonard Shoreditch, in the Municipality of Kingsland and Parliamentary Borough of Hackney, London. The Fuller’s address was listed as 6 .


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Account of the population and number of houses in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch Download PDF EPUB FB2

The precursor of the Saint Leonard's workhouse was housed in several houses in Hoxton. Inthat site housed 84 inmates. Saint Leonard's new, three-story workhouse (with infirmary and apothecary) was opened inthanks to a levy tax passed by an Act of Parliament in The Shoreditch Vestry built this workhouse on the Parish Poor Trustees' "Land of Promise," on Kingsland : Civil parish.

The precursor of the Saint Leonard's workhouse was housed in several houses in Hoxton. Inthat site housed 84 inmates. Saint Leonard's new, three-story workhouse (with infirmary and apothecary) was opened inthanks to a levy tax passed by an Act of Parliament in The Shoreditch Vestry built this workhouse on the Parish Poor Trustees' "Land of Promise," on Kingsland Road.

In St Leonard's parish was again divided to create the parish of "Shoreditch, St Michael". In a new parish of "Shoreditch, Holy Trinity" was formed from part of Saint Leonard's and part of neighbouring Bethnal Green.

In the parish of "Shoreditch, St Agatha" was created from part of Saint James, Curtain Road. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Forrest, G. Topham (George Topham), Parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. London, Pub. for the London County. - The Parish of St. Luke Total Population*: 45, * (only those units of civil administration (i.e.

account of the population and number of houses in the parish of St. Leonard Civil Parishes), which are fully depicted in the above map) Shoreditch Registration District / Poor Law Parish: The Parish of St.

Leonard Shoreditch Total Population:Bethnal Green Registration District / Poor Law Parish. Declaration of trust for the meeting-house and premises at the corner of Long Alley, in Hog Lane, otherwise Worship Street, in the parish of St.

Leonard, Shoreditch, in the county of Middlesex [Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Declaration of trust for the meeting-house and premises at the corner of Long Alley, in Hog Lane.

Plan of the parish of St Leonard in Shoreditch with title in cartouche at top left, compass at top right, scale bar at bottom centre and key to streets, courts, alleys, squares etc.

in table at lower right. Each field in the parish is shown with the name of the landlord or tenant and the dimensions. Hackney was a two-seat constituency in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament created under the Representation of the People Act, (often termed Second Reform Act) from the former northern parishes of the Tower Hamlets constituency and abolished under the Redistribution of Seats Act, (often termed a twin Third Reform Act, with its enabling Reform Act ).

Full text of "The history and antiquities of the parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch, and liberty of Norton Folgate, in the suburbs of London" See other formats.

St Leonard's is believed to have been the first London Hospital to receive air-raid casualties and was itself bombed in St Leonard's Hospital site from the north, Shoreditch, s. St Leonard's Hospital site from the north, Shoreditch, s.

St Leonard's Hospital site from the north, Shoreditch. Get this from a library. Declaration of trust for the meeting-house and premises at the corner of Long Alley: in Hog Lane, otherwise Worship Street, In the Parish of St.

Leonard, Shoreditch, In the County of Middlesex: Belonging to the General Baptist Congregations Specified in the following indenture.

As the commenters said, it could be a number of things. You should get the actual image and not just the extraction since there is sometimes more info available. The page header might give more info. Also, there are a wide variety of things that were in the institution category.

Schools, barracks, hospitals, as wells poor houses/work houses. Norton Folgate was a liberty within the metropolitan area of London, England, located between the Bishopsgate ward of the City of London to the south, the parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch to the north and the parish of Spitalfields to the east.

It was grouped into the Whitechapel District in and, following boundary changes in the s, its former area is now divided between the City of. Parish Workhouses [An Account of Several Work-houses ] [Parliamentary Reports] [Quaker Workhouses] Prior tounder the Old Poor Law, the primary responsibility for poor relief — including the operation of workhouses — was placed with the es of early parish workhouses can be seen at places such as Chichester (from about ), Witham (), and Mildenhall ().

Shoreditch was one of the ancient parishes of Middlesex, England located in its Ossulstone original parish church, at the old crossroads where Shoreditch High Street and Kingsland Road are crossed by Old Street and Hackney Road, was dedicated to St.

Leonard and for this reason the parish was also known as Shoreditch St. Leonard. Shoreditch is an inner London area lying between the. Hoxton is an area in the London Borough of Hackney, a part of Shoreditch, it is often considered to be part of the East End – the historic core of wider East London.

It was historically in the county of Middlesex until It lies immediately north of the City of London financial district, and was once part of the civil parish and subsequent Metropolitan Borough of Shoreditch. By ordei, ROBERT CLAY, Clerk to the Guardians. Clerk's Office,Kingsland-road, N.E.

20th May, 1PARISH OF ST. LEONARD, SHOREDITCH. CONTRACTS. THE GUARDIAN8 of the Poor of the above Parish will meet at the Board Room,Hoxton-street, N., on Wednesday, the 17th June next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to receive TENDERS for the.

Order to certain Justices to take the accounts of Abraham Arlidge, and Thomas Field, trustees of certain houses and garden ground in Hogsden [Hoxton], St. Leonard's Parish, Shoreditch (purchased in the name of several inhabitants of the liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden, and Ely Rents, St.

Andrew's Parish, Holborn, in trust for the poor of. An enthralling account of the most notorious slum in Victorian England—and how it became a laboratory for "reforming" the poor Condemned as a "fruitful hotbed of disease and death," the Old Nichol, a fifteen-acre East London slum, was a shameful blot on the age of progress.

A maze of rotting hundred-year-old houses, the Old Nichol suffered rampant crime and a death rate fou4/5(25). Shoreditch Registration District / Poor Law Parish: The Parish of St. Leonard Shoreditch - Total Population ( Census):- Total Population (Charles Booth Estimate):- Percentage of Total Population Living Below the 'Line of.

Sessions Book —January, Jury panel (p. 2) Miscellaneous memoranda as to recognizances, appearances, acquittals, &c. (pp. 3–17) Order for the conveyance of Joseph Dixon, his wife, and two children to the parish of St. Giles'-in-the-Fields, from that of St.In the last number of this journal it was recorded that, at the request of the Council, Professor F.

E. Fritsch represented the Royal Society at the service which was held in the parish Church of St Leonard, Shoreditch, and the lecture which was delivered there on 31 May last, in accordance with the terms of the trust.

No account of.The Parish church of St. Leonard, Shoreditch, probably dates from the 12th century (but may have been earlier). The first record of the church occurs in Shoreditch Parish starts outside Bishopsgate - the gate through the London wall on the road north to Shoreditch.

The parish of St Helen, Bishopsgate is inside the City.