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Act of Parliament Alice appears arches Arcubus Baptisms Bells Benefactors benefit Bow Bridge BOW CHURCH Building burials centuries the name chalice chancel Chapel charities chime Church and Parish Church Clock Church of Bow Church of Stepney Churchwardens churchyard Collar maker Crawley daughter Deed of Consecration Defoe's died Driffield Eector Eegister Eesident eighteenth century Eiver empowering the Parishioners Empress Maud entry erected to Thomas escape from drowning Faculties exist fire which occurred Hamlet Henry VIII historical interest independent Parish inhabi inscription John Cook King's highway Latin MARY STRATFORD BOW memory Minister of Bow Monuments Mother Church nave neighbourhood North aisle Old Ford original Parish Church Parish of Bow Parish of Stepney paten period Plague possessed present structure Prisca Coborn probably Queen Matilda record repairs River Lea sculpture seems South aisle straight ford Stratford atte Tower travelled from London Valentine Pool West window wife of Henry worthy
Page 6 - Matilda, wife of Henry I, having herself been well washed in the water, caused two bridges to be builded in a place one mile distant from the old ford, of the which one was situated over Lee, at the head of the town of Stratford,
Page 30 - the beautiful Old Church of Bow, standing in the middle of the road, crumbling slowly away in the East End fog, with its narrow strip of crowded churchyard. One hopes that before it has quite crumbled away some one will go and make a picture of it—an etching would be best.
Page 6 - a rare piece of work, for before that time the like had never been seen in England."*
Page 6 - old ford, of the which one was situated over Lee, at the head of the town of Stratford, nowe called Bowe, a rare piece of work, for before that time the like had never been seen in England."*