Smethefeld
   See West Smithfield.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • (St.) Mary's Chapel in the New Churchyard near Smethefeld —    Bequest to work of new Chapel of St. Mary near Westsmythfeld, 1372 (Ct. H.W. II. 148).    See Charterhouse …   Dictionary of London

  • Smlthfield Bars —    At the north end of West Smithfield dividing the Liberty of the City from the County, on the northern boundary of Farringdon Ward Without (O.S. 1848 50).    First mention: The Bar of Smethefeld, 35 H. III. (Anc. Deeds, A. 2689).    Other names …   Dictionary of London

  • West Smithfield —    A large area, about 3 acres in extent, lying to the north west of the City, adjoining the Church and Hospital of St. Bartholomew on the west, at the northern end of Giltspur Street, in Farringdon Ward Without (P.O. Directory), and extending to …   Dictionary of London

  • Cowbridge Street —    Houses in Coubrugestret towards Smethefeld, 1331 (Ct. H.W. I. 370).    Tenement in Hollebourne in Cowebreggestrete, 1352 (ib. 663). Coubryggestrete, in the suburb of London, 1407 (ib. II. 375). Coubriggestrete, 1458 (Cal. L. Bk. K. 393).… …   Dictionary of London

  • Le Leden Porch —    Tenements so called in parish of St. Andrew of Holborne near land of the Charterhouse, west and north and the highway south, 10 H. V. (Aug. Off. Conv. Leases, 147 and 31).    A brewery in Smethefeld called le ledenporche, 1416 (Ct. H.W. II.… …   Dictionary of London

  • Pardon Churchyard, Smithfield —    Said to have been purchased and a chapel built there for the burial of those who died of the Black Death 1348 9, by Ralph Stratford, Bishop of London. Enlarged by the addition of Spital Croft by Sir W. Manny (Hendrik & Charterhouse, p. 16)… …   Dictionary of London

  • (St.) Sepulchre —    On the north side of Holborn Viaduct, at its junction with Giltspur Street and Snow Hill (P.O. Directory). In Farringdon Ward Without.    First mention: St. Sepulchre in the bailey without Neuwegate, 27 H. III. (Anc. Deeds, A. 2581).    An… …   Dictionary of London

  • White Cross —    In an Inquisition 3 Ed. I. mention is made of water coming down from Smethefeld del Barbican in the Ward of Cripplegate towards the Moor, over which an arch of stone had been erected at the White Cross, occasioning a stoppage of the water on… …   Dictionary of London

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