Chapel In Pardon Churchyard
   The chapell of Seint Thomas in Pardon chirchawe, 1500-1521 (Arnold's Chronicle, p. 254).
   A Chapell standynge in Pardon Church yarde within Poulis, 1516 (Fabyan's Chronicle p. 297).
   Chapel in cemetery of St. Paul's called "Pardonchirchehawe," in honour of St. Anne and St. Thomas the Martyr, 1415 (Cal. P.R. H. V. 1413-15, p. 365).
   Thomas More first builder or benefactor, temp. H. V. (S. 329).
   Walls ornamented with famous paintings "Dance of Death."
   Pulled down 1549 (ib.).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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