Rolls' Chapel

Rolls' Chapel
   In Chancery Lane, attached to the Rolls' Office (q.v.).
   Originally the Chapel of the house for converted Jews, erected by H. III.
   Rebuilt by Inigo Jones, 1617, and now incorporated in the Record Office.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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