Salters' Hall Chapel

Salters' Hall Chapel
   Near the gardens of the Salters' Hall, in Walbrook Ward. Not connected with the Salters' Company except as tenants.
   Chapel erected temp. William III. Services discontinued 1820 and materials of the building sold soon after. Removed first to Cannon Street, to the house now known as No.101, and afterwards in 1854 to the north of London, where it still remains (L. and M. Arch. Soc. Trans. N.S. I. ii. 206).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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