Cripplegate Hermitage
   See St. James' in the Wall Hermitage.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • Cripplegate Ward —    One of the twenty six wards of the City, and lying both within and without the City Wall. It lies on the north side of the City, between Bassieshaw and Cheap Wards east, Bread Street Ward south, Farringdon Ward Within, Aldersgate Wards Within… …   Dictionary of London

  • (St.) James' in the Wall Hermitage —    A chapel or hermitage adjoining the north west corner of the Wall of London near Cripplegate in Farringdon Ward Within. (Site shown O.8. 1880.)    Enown as Cripplegate Hermitage and Saint James in the Wall.    First mention: Given by Richard I …   Dictionary of London

  • Lamb's Chapel —    , At the north west corner of Monkwell Street, in Cripplegate Ward and Farringdon Ward Within (det.) (Elmes, 1831).    Founded by William Lamb, a cloth worker, to whom Henry VIII. granted the site of St. James Chapel in the Wall (q.v.) after… …   Dictionary of London

  • Hermit of Crepelgate —    See Cripplegate Hermitage …   Dictionary of London

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  • Giles — This interesting surname is of Pre Christian, Ancient Greek origin. It is a short form of Aegidius , meaning a wearer of the goatskin , a refernce to a holy man, or somebody who did good works. St. Giles (originally Aegidius) left Greece to… …   Surnames reference

  • Gillis — Recorded in many spellings including Giles, Gillis, Gills, Gyles, Jiles, Jills, Jellis, Jealous, and Jolliss, this is an Anglo Scottish surname. It is however ultimately of Ancient Greek and then French origin, and a short form of Aegidius ,… …   Surnames reference

  • Jealous — Recorded in many spellings including Giles, Gillis, Gills, Gyles, Jiles, Jills, Jellis, Jealous, and Jolliss, this is an Anglo Scottish surname. It is however ultimately of Ancient Greek and then French origin, and a short form of Aegidius ,… …   Surnames reference

  • Jolliss — Recorded in many spellings including Giles, Gillis, Gills, Gyles, Jiles, Jills, Jellis, Jealous, and Jolliss, this is an Anglo Scottish surname. It is however ultimately of Ancient Greek and then French origin, and a short form of Aegidius ,… …   Surnames reference

  • Gyles — This interesting surname derives from the personal name Giles, which is of Greek origin, from Aegidius , meaning wearer of the aegis (goatskin) . St. Giles (originally Aegidius) left Greece to become a hermit in France, and was only discovered… …   Surnames reference

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