Ford End, Essex

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Ford End in 1773

1773 map of the area North West of Chelmsford

1773 map of the area North West of Chelmsford

Ford End, or Fourth End as it was known in 1773, is in the upper right quadrant of this map. A large building at the southern end of the village may be the Spread Eagle pub. Several Farms including Hill Farm, Kings and Walls are noted. It’s interesting to see how roads have changed as well.

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This entry was posted on November 7, 2013 by in History and tagged , , , .

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