Our Lady's Row, Goodramgate
(1316-present)

place and range of houses

Aged 704

Commemorated on 1 plaque

Keith Seabridge on Flickr

Our Lady's Row, Goodramgate. The oldest surviving row of houses in York built in 1316 in the churchyard of Holy Trinity to endow a chantry of the Bless Virgin Mary. The name Goodramgate derives from Gutherungate (13th. century) an Anglicised form of an old Scandinavian name.

70 Goodramgate, York, United Kingdom where it sited