Thirteen dwellings in Crown Court Liquorpond Street were in the London Land Tax Assessments from c.1790.
Records available include LTAs, insurance, baptisms, burials, censuses, poor law apprenticeships, maps, illustrations of area, wills, family histories, newspaper items.
The study covers the period up to the 1870s when the court and street were demolished for Clerkenwell Rd.
30 Nov 2017
“Liquor pond street comes out of the end of Gray's Inn lane, over against Kings Gate, and falleth into Leather lane, against Bedford street. The Street is handsome and large, with pretty good Buildings, indifferently inhabited.”
John Strype's ‘A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster’