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Gidea Park in Romford parish

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"ROMFORD is an ancient market and post town, and Union town and a railway station, seated on the little river Rom, on the high road from London to Colchester, 12 miles east of Whitehapel, 17 south-west of Chelmsford, 8 north-east of Barking, and 6 south-west of Brentwood. . . GIDEA HALL is half a mile east of Romford. Here, in the old mansion, Sir Anthony Cooke entertained Queen Elizabeth, 1568." [From the Post Office Directory of Essex, Herts, Kent ... , 1855]
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