Fishmongers' Hall
   On the south side of Upper Thames Street at No. 107, out of Fishmongers' Hall Street (P.O. Directory). West of London Bridge. In Bridge Ward Within.
   This part of Thames Street was called Stockfishmongers' Row (q.v.).
   Given to them in the reign of Henry VI. by Sir John Cornwall, lord Fanhope (S. 217).
   Prior to the incorporation of the two Companies of Stockfishmongers and Saltfishmongers 28 H. VIII. they had two separate halls, but the charter provided that they should have the one hall in Thames Street.
   It was burnt in the Fire 1666 and rebuilt 1671. Archt,, J. Jarman. Pulled down for the formation of New London Bridge and its approaches, and rebuilt 1831-3, near the site of the old Hall. Arch., H. Roberts.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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