Grey Plaque № 7947 Photo

Grey plaque № 7947 - Goodwin's Court (replacing Fishers Alley) first appeared in the Rate-books in 1690 and it seems probable that the houses in the Court were erected in that year

Grey Plaque № 7947 Map


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