The Drapery
   In Westchepe, being that portion in which the Drapers had their selds.
   First mention: Seld of Wm. Bukerell in "Draperia," 1278 (Ct. H.W. I. 36).
   Other names or forms : Seld of John de Tolesan in the "Drapery," 1279-80 (ib. 43). "The Drapery," Westchepe, 1315 (ib. 256).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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