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History of St Martin OutwichAbbot of St. Alban's InnThis was the town house of the Abbots of St. Albans, prior to the dissolution of the monasteries in the time of Henry VIII.It stood at the east side of Old Broad Street, to the north of St. Anthony's School, and was purchased by Edward Ketcher, pewterer of Thomas Leighe about 1544. By his will, dated 5 Elizabeth, the property was devised by Edward Ketcher to his son John (Inq. p.m. Lond. II. 38), who was Alderman of Cripplegate Ward, 1588-96.It seems probable that Cushion Court and Adams Court, Old Broad Street (q.v.), now occupy the site approximately.
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