Road, Phoenix Road house names
The two roads leading northwards from the eastern stretch of
Road (opposite the California
estate) and Schreiber has an Ipswich
& Suffolk Freehold Land Society presence.
15-17 Phoenix Road
11-13 Phoenix Road
7-9 Phoenix Road
All the above have
Christian names popular in Edwardian times.
25-27 Schreiber Road
24-26 Schreiber Road
44-46 Schreiber Road
As a British name, it refers to
the Curzon family, and is an Anglo-Norman territorial name. The Curzon
family was involved in the Norman Conquest, and is named after the
French town of Notre-Dame-de-Courson in Normandy from which they hail;
their seat is at Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire.
64-66 Schreiber Road
Durbar: a title of honour in
princely India; an historical Mughal court in India; also used for a
ceremonial gathering under the British Raj.
84-86 Schreiber Road
The probable source of the Schreiber name can be found in our Street name derivations.
F.L.S. - 1902'
The cartouche plaque with its tiny quadrants cut from the corners of a
rectangle is certainly popular in these roads.
Cauldwell Hall Road house
names; Cavendish Street house
names; Rosehill house names, Marlborough Road house names; Bramford Road house names; Alston Road house names;
Ipswich & Suffolk Freehold Land
Origins of street names
in Ipswich; Streets named after slavery
Dated buildings list; Dated buildings examples;
Named (& sometimes dated) buildings
Street index; Street nameplate examples;
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