Liden Close, E17

Road in/near Lea Bridge

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Road · Lea Bridge · E17 ·
August
19
2017

Liden Close is a road in the E17 postcode area





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Loraine Brocklehurst    
Added: 24 May 2023 14:00 GMT   

Holcombe Road, N17
I lived at 23Holcombe Rd. with my parents, Grandfather , Aunt and Uncle in 1954. My Aunt and Uncle lived there until it was demolished. I’m not sure what year that was as we emigrated to Canada.

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Jen Williams   
Added: 20 May 2023 17:27 GMT   

Corfield Street, E2
My mother was born in 193 Corfield Street in 1920.Her father was a policeman.

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sofia   
Added: 19 May 2023 08:57 GMT   

43 MELLITUS STREET
43 MELLITUS STREET

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Added: 17 May 2023 11:50 GMT   

Milson Road (1908 - 1954)
My grandparents and great grandparents and great great grandparents the Manley family lived at 33 Milson Road from 1908 to 1935. My grandad was born at 33 Milson Road. His parents George and Grace had all four of their chidren there. When his father Edward died his mother moved to 67 Milson in 1935 Road and lived there until 1954 (records found so far, it may be longer). Before that they lived in the Porten Road. I wonder if there is anyone that used to know them? My grandad was Charles ’Ted’ Manley, his parents were called George and Grace and George’s parents were called Edward and Bessie. George worked in a garage and Edward was a hairdresser.

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Lived here
   
Added: 16 Apr 2023 15:55 GMT   

Rendlesham Road, E5
I lived at 14 Rendlesham Road in the 1940s and 50s. The house belonged to my grandfather James Grosvenor who bought it in the 1920s for £200.I had a brother who lived in property until 1956 when he married. Local families were the paisleys, the Jenners and the family of Christopher Gable.

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Sandra Field   
Added: 15 Apr 2023 16:15 GMT   

Removal Order
Removal order from Shoreditch to Holborn, Jane Emma Hall, Single, 21 Pregnant. Born about 21 years since in Masons place in the parish of St Lukes.

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Sue Germain   
Added: 10 Apr 2023 08:35 GMT   

Southwood Road, SE9
My great great grandfather lived in Time Villa, Southwood Rd around 1901. He owned several coffee houses in Whitechapel and in South London, including New Time Coffee House so either his house was named after the coffee house or vice versa.

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David Gleeson   
Added: 7 Apr 2023 22:19 GMT   

MBE from Campbell Bunk (1897 - 1971)
Walter Smith born at 43 Campbell Bunk was awarded the MBE in january honours list in 1971. A local councillor for services to the public.

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NEARBY LOCATIONS OF NOTE
Lea Bridge Lea Bridge is a district spanning an area between the London boroughs of Hackney and Waltham Forest.
Lea Bridge Farm Lea Bridge Farm (Leabridge Farm) was originally in the middle of Leyton Marsh.

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Belvedere Road, E10 Belvedere Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Black Path, E10 The Black Path is an ancient route between London markets.
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Boundary Avenue, E17 Boundary Avenue is a road in the E17 postcode area
Bridge Road, E17 Bridge Road is a road in the E17 postcode area
Burwell Road, E10 Burwell Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Clementina Road, E10 Clementina Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Dagenham Road, E10 Dagenham Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Elm Park Road, E10 Elm Park Road is a cul-de-sac leading southeast off Lea Bridge Road.
Estate Way, E10 Commercial area
Farmilo Road, E17 Farmilo Road is a road in the E17 postcode area
Flempton Road, E10 Flempton Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Gateway Business Centre, E10 Gateway Business Centre is an enterprise area off Church Road.
Gloucester Road, E10 Gloucester Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Harris Street, E17 Harris Street is a road in the E17 postcode area
Hemstall Lane, E10 Hemstall Lane was described in 1630 as a ’chase lane’, leading west from the junction of Markhouse Lane (now Markhouse Road).
Heybridge Way, E17 Heybridge Way is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Hibbert Road, E17 Hibbert Road is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Hitcham Road, E10 Hitcham Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Hitcham Road, E17 Hitcham Road is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Kettlebaston Road, E10 Kettlebaston Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Lammas Road, E10 Lammas Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Lea Bridge Gardens, E10 A bungalow town of 69 shacks, with wells and earth closets, sprang up in the 1880s at Lea Bridge Gardens.
Lea Bridge Industrial Estate, E10 An industrial area within the E10 postcode
Lea Bridge Road, E10 Lea Bridge Road takes its name from Lea Bridge, which crosses the River Lea at Leyton Marshes.
Leyton Industrial Village, E10 A street within the E10 postcode
Marconi Road, E10 Marconi Road is a commercial road in a small estate which also includes, speaking of broadcasting pioneers, Baird Close.
Markmanor Avenue, E17 Markmanor Avenue is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Mellish Flats, E10 A street within the E10 postcode
Millicent Road, E10 Millicent Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Morieux Road, E10 Morieux Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Motion, E10 The Motion is a 2010s development next to Lea Bridge station.
Norton Road, E10 Norton Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Nursery Place, E10 Nursery Place ran alongside Pamplin’s nursery.
Overton Road, E10 Overton Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Period Works, E10 Period Works is an industrial location near to Lea Bridge.
Perth Road, E10 Perth Road runs southeast from Lea Bridge Road.
Rigg Approach, E10 Rigg Approach is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Roxwell Trading Park, E10 Roxwell Trading Park lies within the E10 postcode.
Salcombe Road, E17 Salcombe Road is a road in the E17 postcode area
Samantha Close, E17 Samantha Close is a road in the E17 postcode area
Sanderstead Road, E10 Sanderstead Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Seymour Road, E10 Seymour Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
St Helen’s Place, E10 St Helen’s Place is a road in the E10 postcode area
St. Helens Place, E10 A street within the E10 postcode
Staffa Road, E10 Staffa Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Sybourn Street, E17 Sybourn Street is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Sylvester Road, E17 Sylvester Road is a road in the E17 postcode area
Tallack Road, E10 Tallack Road is a road in the E10 postcode area
Theobald Road, E10 Theobald Road is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Theydon Street, E17 Theydon Street is one of the streets of London in the E17 postal area.
Tudor Court, E17 Tudor Court can be found on Tudor Court.
Viking Place, E10 Viking Place is a road in the E10 postcode area
Wellington Road, E10 Wellington Road is one of the streets of London in the E10 postal area.
Wetherden Street, E17 Wetherden Street is a road in the E17 postcode area

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Lea Bridge

Lea Bridge is a district spanning an area between the London boroughs of Hackney and Waltham Forest.

It is named for a timber bridge built across the River Lea in 1745 which formed the dividing line between Middlesex and Essex. The road leading to it became known as Lea Bridge Road, with a tollhouse at the Middlesex bank. The bridge was rebuilt in 1821 and tolls continued to be levied until 1872.

Lea Bridge gives access to the lower reaches of the extensive Lee Valley Park. To the south are the Hackney Marshes, and to the north the Walthamstow Marshes.

The old Middlesex Filter Beds have been converted into a nature reserve, and on the Leyton side the Essex Filter Beds are now a reserve for birds. Next to the south side of the bridge are two pubs: ’The Princess of Wales’ and ’The Ship Aground’.

Lea Bridge station opened on 15 September 1840 by the Northern and Eastern Railway as Lea Bridge Road and is thought to be the earliest example of a station having its building on a railway bridge, with staircases down to the platforms.

The station closed on 8 July 1985 but after service changes, reopened in May 2016.


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