- Oyster Hulle
- In the parish of St. Magnus, adjoining Bridge Street, now New Fish Street. Probably the lane leading up from the river from Oystergate and Old London Bridge and sometimes itself called " Oystergate" (q.v.).Earliest mention: Shop at the corner of " Bruggestrete" upon " Oystrehull " in parish of St. Magnus, 1305-6 (Ct. H.W. I. 174). Other forms : " Oysterhell," 1334-5 (ib. 399). " Oysterhulle," 1368 (ib. II. i18). Oysterhill," 1458 (ib. 537).The lane is indicated in Leake, 1666, but not named.Seems afterwards to have been called Water Lane and Gully Hole (q.v.), east of Churchyard Alley and next London Bridge (Trans. L. and M. Arch. Soc. N.S. II. (2), p.198).
A Dictionary of London. Henry A Harben. 1918.