Pinner's Alley
   Or "Blancke's alley," in parish of St. Dunstan in the East. A tenement in that parish was devised by Ralph Holand in 1445 to St. Margaret Pattens Church for pious uses (Ct. H.W. II. p.563) and is believed to be identical with the tenements in Pinner's Alley or Blancke's alley mentioned in a book of deeds belonging to the parish in 1645. These tenements stood partly in Pinner's Alley, partly in Tower Street, and are. now identified with No. i Idol Lane at the corner of Idol Lane and Tower Street. This would indicate the position of the alley in the 17th century (St. Marg. Pattens, End. Ch 1903, pp.5 and 8).
   The alley was probably destroyed in the Fire 1666 and not rebuilt.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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