All Hallows in the Ropery

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • All-Hallows-the-Great — Infobox church name = All Hallows the Great fullname = color = imagesize = caption = Current photo of site landscape = denomination = Roman Catholic, Anglican diocese = parish = division = subdivision = founded date = founder = architect = style …   Wikipedia

  • All Hallows the Great —    On the east side of All Hallows Lane at the corner of Upper Thames Street. In Dowgate Ward (O.S. 1880).    Earliest mention found in records : All Saints del Heywarf, 19 H. III. (Anc. Deeds, A. 1791).    Other names and forms : All Hallows le… …   Dictionary of London

  • All-Hallows-the-Less — Infobox church name = All Hallows the Less fullname = color = imagesize = caption = Current photo of site landscape = denomination = Roman Catholic, Anglican diocese = parish = division = subdivision = founded date = founder = architect = style …   Wikipedia

  • The Ropary —    A part of Thames Street in the parishes of All Hallows the Great and All Hallows the Less, and perhaps including All Hallows lane, which was not called by that name until the 16th century. There seem to have been two portions of the street,… …   Dictionary of London

  • Wendegaynelane —    In the parish of All Hallows the Great in the Ropery (Ct. H.W. II. 577, 1477 8).    Former names : Wendegoslane, 1300 1 (Ct. H.W. I. 149), and 1339 (ib. 435). Wyndegoslane, 1382 (Cal. P.R. Rich. II. 1381 5, p.164). Wendegooslane, 1384 (ib.… …   Dictionary of London

  • Coldharbour —    1) A large messuage in the parishes of All Hallows the Great and All Hallows the Less in Dowgate Ward, which stood on the site now occupied by the City of London Brewery (q.v.).    The church of All Hallows the Less stood over an arched gate,… …   Dictionary of London

  • Norhampton Inn —    Inn in the Ropery called Norhampton s In with the brode yates with the shops annexed late of John Norhampton, and of a tenement in the Ropery called le Brewehous de la Crosse in parish of All Hallows the Great, 8 Rich. II. 1384 (Cal. P.R. Rich …   Dictionary of London

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