All Hallows in Parva Roperia
   Sir Edward de Kendale at his death granted to Sir William Croyser and others a cellar with one shop and houses built over one part of the cellar next the church of All Saints " in parva Roperia," the other part of the cellar being under the church, and also the reversion of one-third of the cellar now held in dower by his wife Elizabeth, 49 Ed. III. (Ch. I. p.m. [74]).

A Dictionary of London. . 1918.

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  • All Hallows the Less —    On the south side of Thames Street, at the north west corner of the street called Cole Harbour leading to the Thames, east of All Hallows the Great (Leake, 1666 O. and M. 1677). In Dowgate Ward. The parish extends into Bridge Ward Within.… …   Dictionary of London

  • The Ropary —    A part of Thames Street in the parishes of All Hallows the Great and All Hallows the Less, and perhaps including All Hallows lane, which was not called by that name until the 16th century. There seem to have been two portions of the street,… …   Dictionary of London

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