"COLD DUNGHILL(S) was located on the east side of Ipswich, just outside the old town walls, in the area now bordered by Upper Orwell Street, Bond Street and Eagle Street. Various gazetteers including The National Gazetteer of Great Britain and Ireland (1868) describe Cold Dunghill(s) as a small extra-parochial area within Ipswich, and "Cold Dunghill" was a street listed in the 1851 census enumerators' books. A lane called Cold Dunghills can be found on Joseph Pennington's 1778 map of Ipswich, running eastwards from Upper Wash Street (which is now Upper Orwell Street) and which then turned south to Rope Lane (which is now Eagle Street / Rope Walk).
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