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Cobridge is an area of Stoke-on-Trent in the county of Staffordshire, England. Cobridge has a car dealer centre on Sneyd Street, a community centre and a C of E church called Christ Church on Emery Street which is Grade II listed. Cobridge once had a railway station on the Potteries Loop Line. Cobridge was marked on the 1775 Yates map as 'Cow Bridge' and was recorded in Ward records as Cobridge Gate. There was once an old school house in Cobridge, at the bottom of Sneyd Street and demolished in 1897. A Victorian school once stood adjacent to Christ Church on the corner of Emery and Mawdesley Streets. The old Granville school was replaced by the new Forest Park school. St. Peter's Catholic school still exists in the area.
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North-west England (1911)
by Cyclists' Touring Club
Cobridge is a big industrial vill. Etruril 24- Newcastle-under-Lyme (P.O.). At foot of King St. bear l. up Iron Mkt. ( Mon.
by John Aikin
COBRIDGE is a large village, has manufacturers of the staple article of the country earthen ware in it, and lies part in Burslem, and part in Stoke parish. ETRURIA ETRURIA belongs solely to Josiah WVedgwood, Esq. who has a THE ...
“Cobridge is a stronghold, and notorious for prosolyting.
by Samuel Lewis
COBRIDGE, a village, partly in the parish of BURSLEM, and partly in that of STOKE-UPON-TRENT, Northern Division of the hundred of ...
by William Harcourt Hooper
COBRIDGE SQUARE MARKS. China...
by Carla Emery
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by Gordon Campbell
of Brick House, Burslem and Cobridge; William Adams of Stoke-on- Trent (1772–1829), who exported many ...
by Robert Hunt
Emery of Cobridge, Staffordshire, of Messrs. White and Grant of Glasgow, and of Mr. Foudriner. Messrs. White and Grant's cage is simple and inexpensive, no rack- work being ...
A Dictionary of Thoughts (1891)
Being a Cyclopedia of Laconic Quotations from the Best Authors, Both Ancient and Modern
— Cobridge. Perhaps propriety is as near a word as any to denote the manuers of the gentleman. — Elegance is necessary to the fine gentleman ; dignity ...
by Abraham Rees
and from Shelton, a short cut to Cobridge: from Stoke-upon-Trent there is a rail- way branch to Lane-end; and from Etruria another to Handley green; from Longport to Dale-hall there is a canalbranch, and the same is continued forwards by a ...
Compiled from Local Information, and the Most Recent and Official Authorities by John Gorton
COBRIDGE, co. Stafford. P. T. Newcastle-under-Lyne (150) 3 m. NNE. Pop. with Pa ...
1500-1830 by A. W. Skempton
Cobridge (demolished 1936).
by Joseph Emerson Worcester
Cobridge. UN-E'VEN (fin-e'vn), a. 1.
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North Rd, Cobridge S.O.T.
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Scrabble value of C3O1B3R1I1D2G2E1
The value of this 8-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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