Saltwharf
   Adjoining Queenhithe in the west, on parish of St. Michael Queenhithe
   (S. 362).
   First mention: le Saltwharf," 1331 (Ct. H.W. I. 366).
   Other records : " Le Saltquarf," 1361 (Cal. P.R. Ed. III. 1361-4, p.84).
   A portion of the wharf belonged to Roger atte Vyne, 1336 (Ct. H.W. I, 414). In 1366 Stephen de Gloucester devised the entire wharf to John Longeneye, who in turn devised it to John Hille his apprentice, 1383 (ib. II. 93 and 233).
   In 1459 it was devised by Thos. Weston, after the death of his wife, to the Wardens of the Fishmongers' Company to the use of the art within the Old Fish Market (ib. 538).
   Position described by Stow as follows: "Next to Salt Wharf west is Stew Lane."
   The site is now occupied by warehouses.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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