- All Hallows, Honey Lane
- In Honey Lane, at the north-west corner of Honey Lane Market (Leake, 1666). In Cripplegate Ward Within.First mention in records : " All Hallows, Hunilane," 1235 (Cal. Ch. Rolls, I. 201-2).Other forms : "All Hallows de Honilane," 1279 (Ct. H.W. I. 42). "All Hallows in Honylane," 1287 (ib. 81). " Parish of Honylane," 1297-8 (ib. 131).Repaired and beautified 1625.Burnt in the Fire 1666 and not rebuilt, the Market occupying the site of both church and parsonage house. Parish united to St. Mary le Bow. A Rectory. Patron : In private hands, and in 1399 in possession of T. Knoles, Grocer. Devised by his will dated 1435-1436, to his son Thomas (Ct. H.W. II. 476), and by the Will of Simon Strete grocer, dated 1456, the advowson of the church of All Hallows Hony lane is devised to the Grocers' Company, on condition that they observe the obit of Thomas, son of Thomas Knolles (ib. 540).In the Parish Clerks' History it is said to be in the gift of the Bishop of London (p.13).Saxon remains have been found on the site at various times since the removal of the church.
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.