All Hallows Barking Churchyard
   On the north and east sides of the Church of All Hallows Barking (O.S.). Churchyard mentioned in Will of Thos. Pilk, who directed that be was to be buried there near the chapel of St. Mary de Berking, 1350-I (Ct. H.W. i. 645).
   Formerly larger (S. 132). Ten feet on the south side thrown into Tower Street in 1862, and four feet on the north and east sides given for the widening of Barking Alley.

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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