5 edition of The Ward of Cripplegate in the City of London found in the catalog.
The Ward of Cripplegate in the City of London
|Statement||Caroline Gordon, Wilfrid Dewhirst.|
|Contributions||Dewhirst, Wilfrid., Cripplegate Ward Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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The ward of Cripplegate in the City of London Paperback – Import, January 1, by Wilfrid GORDON, Caroline & DEWHIRST (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, Import "Please retry" $ — $ Price: $ A history of Cripplegate Ward is sponsored by the Cripplegate Ward Club written by two Common Councilmen for the Ward.
With fifteen illustrations amongst its pages, it summarises the Ward from the perspective of twentieth century elected officials. It contains an appendix listing the Aldermen up to Pages: This ward is denominated from the north west gate of the city, as that gate obtained its name from the cripples which antiently used to stand begging there.
The Aldermen of Cripplegate Ward from A.D. to A.D. Together with Some Account of the Office of Alderman, Alderman's Deputy and Common Councilman of the City of London [Baddeley, John James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Aldermen of Cripplegate Ward from A.D.
to A.D. Together with Some Account of the Office of AldermanAuthor: John James Baddeley. CRIPPLEGATE WARD. [Called WOOD STREET WARD in H.R. 35 ()] [Janu ], 46 (25) [Octo ], 93 (72) [J ] [It is hardly necessary to say that, in dealing with the material I had collected for this Ward, I have made full use of and derived much valuable assistance from Mr.
Deputy Baddeley's excellent Monograph on the "Aldermen of Cripplegate," a work which should. Cripplegate, one of the twenty-six wards of the city of London [Reprint] () [Leatherbound] Baddeley, John James, Sir, Published by Pranava Books (). The City of London is divided into 25 wards for the election of common councilmen, deputies and aldermen to the Corporation of London.
The wards have their origins in the Middle Ages, althoughthe number and boundaries have changed over time. Electoral arrangements Edit. Each ward elects one alderman to the Court of Aldermen, and between two and ten common councilmen to the Court of.
Cripplegate Ward Club is a social organisation for those who take an active interest in understanding and appreciating the traditions, history and workings of the Ward and the City.
It provides an excellent way to meet and to socialise with a wide range of people connected to and involved in the City and is a great way into the Civic and social activities of the area providing the chance for. We are a friendly group that meets twice a month in the City of London, with a varied programme and an emphasis on encouraging our members to improve their knowledge and practice of photography.
Our programme includes competitions for prints and projected digital images. You don't have to take part in our competitions but many of our members enjoy the challenge and the opportunity for feedback. Web library document Ward Maps. Section menu. Calendar Committees Cripplegate (3 MB) Dowgate (1 MB) Farringdon Within (3 MB) Farringdon Without (3 MB) Langbourn (2 MB) Calendar Committees Decisions Library Meetings Outside bodies Search documents Subscribe to updates What's New Your London Assembly Members Your Members MPs.
The aldermen of Cripplegate Ward from A.D. to A.D.together with some account of the office of Alderman, Alderman's Deputy, and Common Councilman of the City of London by Baddeley, John James, Sir, An attractive antique map of Cripplegate Ward at the north-west corner of the City of London, running north from Cheapside by way of Wood Street, Milk Street and Aldermanbury, to London Wall, St.
Giles Church and Fore Street, Red Cross Street, White Cross Street, Grub Street (Milton Street), Golden Lane and the Barbican. England London Cripplegate The City of London was divided into sections known as wards. Each ward (25 total) consisted of a group of parishes.
Many sources, such as tax and London Sessions records, group parishes into wards. Cripplegate, City of London The City of London’s most populous ward, taking in the Golden Lane estate and eastern and central parts of the Barbican Cripplegate was the northern entrance to Londinium’s fort, erected around ad The Aldermen of Cripplegate Ward from A.D.
to A.D. Together with Some Account of the Office of Alderman, Alderman's Deputy and Common Councilman of the City of London. London, England: J.J. Baddeley, An Account of the Church and Parish of St. Giles: Without Cripplegate, in the City of London.
Compiled from Various Old Authorities, Including the Churchwardens' Accounts, and the Vestry Minute Books. Hart street, adjoining to Cripplegate, falls into Mugwel street, a Place but of mean Account.
The North side of this Street, as also the West side of Mugwel street, belongs to Faringdon Ward within. On the North side of Hart street, are the City Almshouses, for six poor Women.
Cripplegate was a gate in the London Wall which once enclosed the City of London. The gate gave its name to the Cripplegate ward of the City which straddles the line of the former wall and gate, a line which continues to divide the ward into two parts: Cripplegate Within and Cripplegate Without, with a beadle and a deputy appointed for each the (City) and (ward) boundary.
The Map of Early Modern London comprises four distinct, interoperable projects. MoEML began in as a digital atlas of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century London based on the s Agas woodcut map of the city.
MoEML now includes an encyclopedia of early modern London people and places, a library of mayoral shows and other texts rich in London toponyms, and a forthcoming versioned edition of. The City of London spreads across a square mile of land and is divided into 25 geographic areas, or 'Wards'.
Four of these Wards (Aldersgate, Portsoken, Queenhithe and Cripplegate), are described as 'Residential' as they contain the vast majority of all City residents.
The City of London (also known simply as "the City") is divided into 25 City is the historic core of the much wider metropolis of Greater London, with an ancient and sui generis form of local government, which avoided the many local government reforms elsewhere in the country in the 19th and 20th other modern English local authorities, the City of London Corporation.
A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, borough of Southwark, and parts adjacent. London, Printed for T. Read () 2 vols. [Full text - Cripplegate Ward] Thomas, Henry. The Wards of London: Comprising a Historical and Topographical Description of Every Object of Importance Within the Boundaries of the City.
Cripplegate is one of the 25 ancient wards of the City of London, each electing an aldermanto the Court of Aldermenand commoners (the City equivalent of a councillor) to the Court of Common Councilof the City of London Corporation. Only electors who are Freemen of the Cityare eligible to stand.
There is also a once-off joining fee of £20; this includes a copy of the book “The History of Cripplegate Ward” written by Dr Caroline Gordon (past Common Councilman) and Wilfrid Dewhirst (a Past Master of the Club and a past Deputy of the Ward) in This page provides postcode data for the Cripplegate UK ward.
Cripplegate contains approximately 1, households with a population of about 2, ( census) Other wards in this London Borough. Get this from a library. The discovery of the Roman fort at Cripplegate, City of London.
[J D Shepherd; W F Grimes; Patrick Allen; Museum of London Archaeology.]. The City of London is divided into 25 wards. Each ward elects one Alderman and two or more Common Councillors (collectively referred to as Members, equivalent to councillors), dependent on its population. There are currently Common Councillors and 25 Aldermen serving as elected representatives, representing public interest and informing how the City of London Corporation should carry out.
Giles, Cripplegate The Green-ground, an extension to the south. The churchyard is paved. The Green Ground is now partly a lake, partly open ground running down beside the London Museum. This extension was made in'on a piece of ground near Crowder's Well'.
antique prints of cripplegate ward at ash rare books 43 huron road london sw17 8re united kingdom tel: (+44)-(0) e-mail: [email protected] visitors by appointment only: antique prints of cripplegate ward.
click on refresh/reload to ensure you have the updated version of this page: billings, robert william, st. alban’s. City of London Ward of Cripplegate 3, × 4,; MB City of London, Ward of 1, × 1,; KB Cripplegate × ; KB. Cripplegate is one of the 25 ancient wards of the City of London, each electing an alderman to the Court of Aldermen and commoners (the City equivalent of a councillor) to the Court of Common Council of the City of London Corporation.
Only electors who are Freemen of the City are eligible to stand. English: Map of the City of London, highlighting this ward. Based on File:City of London UK blank ward by User:Nilfanion.
Equirectangular map projection on WGS 84 datum, with N/S stretched % Geographic limits: West: W; East: W; North: N; South: N. There have been 25 wards of the City of London for the last 1, years. They occasionally get bumped up by a subdivision, or down by an .